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Two women assault other customers and leave Sherman business without paying; other police reports

Assault — Friday an officer responded to a disturbance at a business in the 4900 block of Texoma Parkway. Two women suspects had left the business without paying for more than $50 in services. One of the suspects also assaulted a man as she was leaving. The man did not have any visible injury. Another victim said that she believed the women removed her cell phone from her purse. When the victim confronted them, one of the suspects struck her. Both of the suspects got into a car, and as they fled the scene the victim’s leg was struck by the car door. The investigation is ongoing.

Man arrested for stealing construction equipment and driving it while intoxicated; other police reports

Driving while intoxicated — Sunday officers responded to a call for service in the 500 block of S. Center Street regarding heavy equipment being operated in the middle of the night. When the officers arrived they saw an excavator traveling down the road. The officers made contact with the driver and asked where the excavator came from. The suspect said it came from down the road and was not his. The suspect’s speech was slow and slurred, and his eyes were red and glassy. The officers asked the suspect to exit the excavator and complete a series of field sobriety tests, which he was unable to successfully complete. The officers arrested the suspect for motor vehicle theft and driving while intoxicated.

Man arrested for unlawfully possessing firearm and distributing drugs; other police reports

Unlawful possession of firearm by felon — Friday an officer responded to a suspicious vehicle in the 300 block of E. U.S. Highway 82. While the officer was speaking with the man and woman in the car, he saw an unmarked pill bottle of Xanax in the woman’s lap. During the investigation the man said he was attempting to sell the pills, and had already sold some. A search of the vehicle revealed a firearm and marijuana. The officer arrested both occupants for delivery of a controlled substance. The man was also charged with possession of a firearm by a felon.

Victim’s medication stolen from mail; other police reports

Theft — Tuesday an officer responded to an apartment complex in the 300 block of Heritage Parkway regarding stolen medication. The victim said he received a package in the mail from the VA that was supposed to contain medication. However, the package had been torn open, the medication removed and the package taped back up. The officer made a report for theft.

Many items stolen from Denison house; other police reports

Burglary — Tuesday police responded to a burglary at a house in the 100 block of Bob White Road, according to police reports. A victim said she is missing $991 worth of personal items, including cell phones and clothes. Another victim said he is missing $6,645 worth of items including computer and electronic equipment, jewelry and clothes. The DPD will be following up on leads.

Woman leads Denison police on high-speed chase; other police reports

Assault — An officer responded Sunday to an apartment complex on Heritage Parkway regarding assaults and stolen medication. A woman said she had prescription medication in her purse when she went to her ex-boyfriend’s house to get her belongings. Sometime thereafter, the medication was missing from her purse. The officer made a report for theft. While the officer was still at the apartment complex, the woman’s father told the officer he went to an address on Anita Lane to retrieve some of his daughter’s belongings from her ex-boyfriend’s house. He said he was invited to the house to get her belongings, but when he got there two of the ex-boyfriend’s friends didn’t want him there, and one of them shoved him off of the porch. The man landed on the concrete sidewalk and sustained some visible injuries. The woman’s mother also said that her daughter’s ex-boyfriend pushed her, causing injury to her ankle. The officer made reports for assault causing bodily injury.

Landlord mistakenly removes property from tenant’s house; other police reports

Assault — Officers responded to a disturbance Wednesday at a house in the 100 block of N. Carr Street. The landlord had assumed a tenant had vacated the house. The landlord entered the house, began removing the tenant’s property and piled it up in the front yard. The tenant, who had not vacated the house or been legally evicted, returned and started an altercation. During the altercation the tenant was pushed down, causing her to cut her hand on broken glass.

Woman charges phone in store with stolen charger; other police reports

Theft — Police responded to a theft Wednesday at a store in the 400 block of N. U.S. Highway 75. Store employees said that a woman took a phone charger and a charging cord, and charged her phone inside the store. She then attempted to leave the store without paying. Police arrested the woman for theft. She also had numerous outstanding Denison PD and Grayson County warrants, and was arrested for those as well.

Woman reports pet dog stolen; other police reports

Theft — Officers responded to a disturbance Tuesday at a house in the 200 block of N. Cleveland Avenue. A woman said that her Shih Tzu dog had been stolen. The officers then went to the 100 block of S. Carr Avenue to speak with possible suspects. The house was empty, and officers did not find a dog. The officers made a report for theft of property.

Unknown suspect steals chickens from Sherman man; other reports

Theft — A man called police Monday to report a theft that occurred in the 800 block of E. Centennial Street, according to police reports. Sometime between 8:30 a.m. and 2 p.m. Sunday, an unknown suspect entered the man’s backyard while it was unlocked and removed three chickens from a chicken coop. Police made a report for theft.

Police arrest woman soliciting money; other police reports

Solicit without a permit — Police received numerous phone calls Wednesday regarding a suspicious woman who was asking residents for money. Police found the suspect in the 1300 block of W. Laurel Street in the process of asking a resident for money. The suspect was arrested for solicitation without a permit and taken to the Grayson County Jail.

Man stabbed outside Denison night club; other police reports

Assault — Officers responded to an assault Saturday that occurred at a night club in the 600 block of S. Mirick Avenue. Witnesses said that a man was creating a disturbance inside the night club and was escorted outside by several people. Shortly thereafter, the man was stabbed. Denison EMS took the man to a local hospital. The investigation is ongoing.

Officer finds marijuana in patrol car; other reports

Possession of marijuana — Monday an officer found a small bag of marijuana in the rear seat of his marked patrol car. Officers were unable to determine the source of the marijuana. A report was made for possession of marijuana less than two ounces. There are no suspects in this case.

Man breaks windows of a store while intoxicated; other police reports

Public intoxication — Friday an officer went to a possible burglary in progress at a business in the 3700 block of Texoma Parkway. The officer found a man standing outside, and learned that he had broken several windows on the front of the business. The man admitted to consuming a combination of alcohol and prescription medication. The officer arrested the man for criminal mischief and public intoxication.

Men steal $2,000 worth of cologne; other reports

Organized retail theft — An officer went Monday to a grocery store in the 100 block of E. Taylor Street regarding a theft that occurred on Feb. 5, according to police reports. A store employee said that on Feb. 5, four men entered the store, disabled a theft alarm on the cologne/perfume display and took over $2000 worth of cologne. The officer made a report for organized retail theft over $1500.

Officer finds man asleep at the wheel; other police reports

Driving while intoxicated — Jan. 31 an officer was on patrol in the 200 block of N. Burdette Avenue and noticed a car stopped at a stop sign with the driver passed out behind the steering wheel, according to police reports. The officer awoke the driver and turned the car off. The driver failed field sobriety tasks given and had a previous conviction for Driving While Intoxicated. The officer arrested the driver for driving while intoxicated and took him to the Grayson County Jail.