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Police Blotter: Feb. 27 through March 6

Police Blotter: Feb. 27 through March 6

Police Blotter: Feb. 27 through March 6
March 07
01:41 2014

Ashley Salazar / Intern Writer

Thursday, Feb. 27

12:31 a.m.: A non-student man was arrested and transported to the Denton County Jail

after a UNT police officer caught him trespassing at West Hall.  Police found he had previously trespassed on UNT property.

Friday, Feb. 28

2:33 a.m.: A UNT arts and sciences senior was arrested at 412 North Texas Blvd. for driving while intoxicated. This was her third offense.

Saturday, March 1

7:26 p.m.: Police arrested a Denton woman after a complainant reported several vehicles “peeling out” and driving recklessly inside of the Union Circle Parking Garage.  A 2-year-old and a 14-year-old also occupied the vehicle. The woman was issued a criminal trespass warning for all UNT property and charged with reckless driving and child endangerment.

Sunday, March 2

4:07 p.m.: A UNT police officer responded and completed an offense report for the burglary of a stolen vehicle at 1311 S. Bonnie Brae St.

Monday, March 3

11:15 p.m.: A student was given a municipal citation when a UNT police officer caught the student illegally using a handicap sign not issued to them at 1321 S. Bonnie Brae St.

Tuesday, March 4

6:28 a.m.: A UNT police officer and Denton EMS responded to an unknown medical emergency reported from Kerr Hall. The patient was not transported for medical treatment.

Wednesday, March 5

1:19 a.m.: A UNT police officer arrested a person for public intoxication at 1800 W. Hickory St.

Thursday, March 6

12 p.m.: A woman walked into the Denton Police Department with face injuries and reported that her boyfriend assaulted her while he was driving in the 2800 block of S. I-35.

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