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Police responded to a report of an assault in the 700 block East Heron Street. A victim reported her ex-boyfriend assaulted her by putting his hands around her neck, picking her up and then slamming her down. He also allegedly made threats to her life. Police will continue the investigation, and a report for assault causing bodily injury and family violence was filed on July 21.
A section of southbound U.S. Highway 75 buckled Thursday afternoon, closing the roadway in Denison for several hours as crews made repairs.
Jack Berni, who served as a Bonham firefighter for more than 35 years, died Monday at the age of 57.
Scott Totten was killed by an accidental fire at his Sherman home early Wednesday morning. Family, friends and former employees said Mr. Totten was generous, caring and an advocate for historic preservation in the city.
Police responded to a possible shooting in the 400 block of East U.S. Highway 82. When police arrived on scene, they found that a shooting did not occur, but a male subject had used a 5-gallon bottle of water to smash a cash register. After further investigation, police learned the subject had called 911 and said there was a shooting to get police to respond. The man was arrested and reports for false alarm or report and criminal mischief between $2, 500 and $30,000 was generated on July 16.
Credited for helping save a life earlier this year, the Texoma Red Cross will receive the Golden Smoke Alarm award next week for their work inspecting and installing smoke alarms in a Denison neighborhood.
A man was killed after he lost control of his vehicle, and it rolled and caught on fire Monday afternoon in Fannin County.
Grayson County Sheriff’s deputies arrested a woman who fired a handgun at a residence near Pottsboro Tuesday.
After two fatal attacks on police in as many weeks, local police say they too are finding ways to keep their officers safe when responding to calls.