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Two people robbed in Denison; other reports

Robbery — Police responded to a report of a robbery Monday in the 1700 block of S. Armstrong Avenue. The victims said they were in the parking lot of a closed business when a black man wearing a scarf and toboggan armed with a revolver approached them. The suspect took a cell phone from one victim and a purse from the other victim and fled the scene on foot. No one was injured.

Woman drives drunk with children in the car; other reports

Driving while intoxicated with child under 15 — On Friday, officers saw a car drive away from a gas pump with the nozzle still in the gas tank in the 2900 block of N. U.S. Highway 75. An officer spoke with the driver and determined that she was intoxicated. The woman had two children in the car, as well as marijuana and prescription pills. The officers arrested the woman for driving while intoxicated, possession of marijuana and possession of a controlled substance.

Driver throws object at car while driving; other reports

Criminal mischief — An officer responded to a report of a wreck Wednesday in the 800 block of S. Sam Rayburn Freeway. The victim said that a car had been driving out of control behind them. The driver of the other car drove up beside the victim and threw an object at the car, causing damage. The officer could not locate the suspect. The investigation is ongoing.

Intoxicated man punches car; other reports

Public intoxication — On Saturday, police received a call of a man punching a car in the 400 block of N. Harrison Street. A witness reported that the man entered the car and sat in the back seat. The officers arrived and found the man inside the car. The man smelled of alcohol. After an investigation, police determined that the man was intoxicated to a point that he was a danger to himself and others. The officers arrested the man for public intoxication.

Man arrested for possessing brass knuckles and other charges; other police reports

Prohibited weapon — An officer conducted a traffic stop Saturday in the 700 block of W. Houston Street. The driver told the officer found that he was in possession of brass knuckles and had drug paraphernalia in the car. The officer searched the car and found crack cocaine and a meth pipe. The driver also lied about his name. The officer arrested the driver for possession of a controlled substance, prohibited weapon, fail to identify, driving while license invalid and several warrants.

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Man leads Denison police on chase; other reports

Evading arrest — Police attempted to initiate a traffic stop Monday in the 500 block of Baker Street when they noticed that a driver was not wearing his seat belt. The driver failed to stop for lights and sirens and proceeded to flee from police. After a short chase to the 500 block W. Collins Street, the vehicle skidded into a driveway. Police arrested the man for evading arrest/detention with a motor vehicle and several warrants.

Man, high on pot, lies about being struck by car; other reports

Possession of marijuana — Sherman dispatch received a call Friday reporting a pedestrian having been struck by a car in the 3000 block of Dover Drive. Officers responded to the scene, and then learned that the pedestrian had bot been hit by a car. He admitted to recently using marijuana and told officers he had more marijuana inside his house. The officers seized the marijuana from the house and arrested the man for possession of marijuana, less than two ounces.

Men attempt to steal copper and brass from Sherman business; other reports

Criminal mischief — An officer responded to a theft on Monday at a business in the 3900 block of Frisco Road. Witnesses said that several men attempted to steal a large amount of copper and brass from the business. Employees thwarted the suspects’ attempts, and they left the scene. An employee said the suspects’ actions caused the business a severe inconvenience to reorganize their inventory.

Man’s stolen car is found in Anna; other police reports

Theft — A man reported to police Sunday that his vehicle had been stolen from the 300 block of N. F.M. 1417. The man said that he had been visiting an apartment complex, and when he tried to leave he found that his vehicle was gone. By the time the man made the report, the vehicle had been recovered by the Anna Police Department. Police identified a suspect and made a report for theft. The investigation is ongoing.