Secure execution of document deception — Sherman Police Department dispatch received a call Wednesday in reference to a possible fraud and forgery to an elderly woman in the 2300 block of West Taylor. Officers responded and determined fraud and forgery had not be committed. A male had posed as a Publishers Clearing House representative and requested money to secure her winnings.
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The Denison Fire Department extinguished a structure fire at a residence on Monday morning.
Denison Police arrested a man recently after he left a glass smoking pipe in the back of a patrol car.
The Denison Fire Department put out a trash fire gone awry at England’s Body Shop on Monday morning.
The Denison Police Department is asking for help in identifying a man suspected of impersonating a contractor.
Police were dispatched to the 1600 block of North Lockhart Street in reference to criminal mischief on Feb. 7. Someone poured syrup and glitter on the victim’s vehicle resulting in a substantial inconvenience. A report was generated for criminal mischief.
Dispatch received a call in reference to a suspicious person in the 1200 block of West Taylor Street on Feb. 3. Officers responded and located a male fitting the description of the suspect. The male was bleeding from a wound on his hand. He told officers he had been robbed and was cut with a knife during the altercation. His account of the story had several inconsistencies. The Criminal Investigations Division responded and learned the male had not been robbed, but had cut his own hand accidentally. The case was forwarded to CID for further investigation.
A business in the 1700 block of West Morton Street had three large windows broken out on Jan. 31. Sometime the night before, windows were broken out of two more businesses in the same complex. No suspects were reported. If anyone has any information contact the Denison Police Department.
Autopsy results point to drowning as the official cause of death for the Plano man who was recovered from Lake Texoma on Jan. 17.