Denton Prescription Store staff are checking surveillance footage and trying to find out what was taken after a burglary early Sunday, according to a police report.
Around. At 3:30 a.m., the Denton Police Department was dispatched to the 2500-block store on West Oak Street after an alarm went off. Police in the store saw glass from a sliding window being broken, but the doors were still locked, according to the report.
A store employee arrived and the report says they noticed discrepancies throughout the store. They told officers after the first review that they believe medication was taken.
A report was taken and an investigation is underway.
400 blocks of South Carroll Boulevard – A 22-year-old man was arrested outside the store on charges of illegally carrying a weapon Sunday afternoon, according to a police report.
Police went to the Big D Food Store to search for another when a driver pulled into a disabled-friendly parking lot without the proper poster.
Officers went to talk to the driver and reported that they could smell a marijuana smell from the vehicle. The report says they also saw what appeared to be a marijuana tube with debris and a small plastic bag on the center console containing what they thought was crystal methamphetamine.
Police placed a gun under the right rear passenger seat while performing a probable cause of search, according to the report. They arrested the man sitting in the seat and accused him of illegally possessing a firearm in premises licensed to sell alcoholic beverages.
A police spokesman said the suspected meth was sent out for testing and any charges will depend on the results.
South Interstate 35E and North Loop 288 – A 39-year-old woman is accused of driving while intoxicated with a child passenger, according to a police report.
Police were dispatched around noon. 12:37 a.m. Sunday, after a caller reported seeing a vehicle driving without headlights on and turning onto the highway. Officers located the motorist and conducted a traffic stop.
They find out that the driver was drunk after standard keynote investigations and arrested her. Her charge was improved because there was a single child passenger in the car.
From 12:01 to 23:59 Thursday, the Denton Police Department handled 359 service and officer-initiated calls and made four arrests.