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Two arrested for possession of marijuana, double-edged knife; other reports

Possession of marijuana — On Tuesday an officer responded to a report of a suspicious car in the 300 block of W. McLain Drive. A passenger exited the car and threw down a bag of marijuana. The driver possessed a double-edged knife that was lying in plain view on the car’s console. The officer arrested the passenger for possession of marijuana and arrested the driver for prohibited weapon.

Denison woman drives through blocked accident scene; other reports

Tampering with evidence — On Saturday officers were working the scene of a fatality accident in the 1400 block of W. Morton Street. A woman drove a car around emergency vehicles blocking the area and stopped in the middle of the street. The officers ordered the woman to pull her car to the side of the road, but she instead sped away. Officers stopped the car in the 1700 block of W. Morton Street, and found that the driver had outstanding warrants and was in possession of marijuana. The officers arrested the woman for the warrants, tampering with evidence and possession of marijuana.

Intoxicated Sherman man falls on knife; other reports

Aggravated assault with a deadly weapon — Officers responded Monday to the 500 block of N. Highland Avenue in reference to a man who had a stab wound in his chest. When police responded, people at the scene told police that the victim claimed he was high on drugs and fell on a knife. The victim had a puncture wound on his chest. The investigation is ongoing.

Sherman boy reports that his father pulled knife on him; other reports

Aggravated assault with a deadly weapon — A boy and his mother went Monday to the Sherman Police Department to report an assault that occurred in the 200 block of N. Colbert Avenue. The boy said that he went to his house, where his step-father currently resides by himself, when a confrontation began with his step-father. The step-father punched the boy in the face, and then brandished a knife. Police attempted to interview the suspect, but were not successful. Police made a report for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and the investigation is ongoing.

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Men crash car in Sherman, flee the scene; other reports

Duty on striking fixture — An officer responded to a hit-and-run vehicle collision Monday in the 2100 block of S. Montgomery Street. A car had struck a fence on the south side of the road. Witnesses reported seeing three men leave the car and flee on foot. The officer found the car abandoned in the 300 block of E. Sherman Street.

Denison man keeps firefighters away from patient with knife; other police reports

Fail to identify — On Friday, the fire department told police that they could not get to a patient in the 1100 block of S. Armstrong Avenue because of a man with a knife. Officers responded and found the suspect inside the apartment. He gave officers a false name. The officers arrested him for fail to identify fugitive from justice and for an outstanding U.S. Marshal’s warrant for escape from a halfway house.

Bonham man arrested for providing alcohol to minors; other reports

Purchase or furnish alcohol to a minor — A resident called police Saturday and reported that cars were driving through their yard in the 800 block of E. 11th Street. When officers arrived they saw that a party was taking place across the street. While on scene officers heard a car’s tires squealing. The officers made contact with the driver, a 20-year-old Bonham resident, and arrested him for driving while intoxicated. The officers investigated the party and arrested a man for purchase or furnish alcohol to a minor.

Sherman woman’s boyfriend hits her with car, boyfriend’s father hits her in face; other reports

Assault — An officer responded to a disturbance Friday in the 1900 block of W. Taylor Street. A woman said that she and her boyfriend had been in an argument and her boyfriend struck her with his car. The suspect had fled the scene before the officer arrived. The woman said that her boyfriend’s parents had arrived before the police, and that her boyfriend’s father punched her in the face. The woman refused medical treatment from Sherman Fire Department EMS. The officer made reports for assault with a deadly weapon family violence and assault causes bodily injury family member. The cases will be forwarded to the criminal investigation division.