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Double Oak Police Calls

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Recent calls reported by the Double Oak Police Department:

September 17
5:14 p.m.  100 blk. Lake Trail Drive – Alarm Call – Officer met with homeowner and was unable to determine a reason for the alarm system activation.

September 18
2:06 a.m.  7500 blk. I.H. 35 – Assist Agency – Double Oak Officer was dispatched to assist Argyle Police Department with major accident on I.H. 35.

3:35 a.m.  100 blk. Chapel Hill Dr. – Suspicious Circumstances – Concerned citizen reported a possible prowler at their residence.  Upon further investigation it was determined that an armadillo had been scratching at the back door.

7:56 a.m.  8000 blk. Justin Rd., Denton County – Assist Agency – Double Oak Police Officer was dispatched to assist Denton County Sheriff’s Office with a minor accident.  Double Oak Officer changed one of the vehicles tires and then cleared the location.

10:45 a.m.  6000 blk. Justin Rd. – Suspicious Vehicle – Concerned citizen reported strange vehicle parked in the vicinity of Simmons and Timberleaf.  Upon arrival reporting officer determined that the vehicle was broken down and that the owner would soon be removing it from the location.

September 20
1:39 a.m.  100 blk. F.M. 1830 – Assist Agency – Double Oak Officer dispatched to assist Argyle P.D. with three subjects on a traffic stop.

10:12 a.m.  300 blk. Waketon Rd. – Fraud Complaint – Reporting Officer received a complaint regarding possible fraud by telephone.  Complainant received a call from a person claiming to be his grandson and stating that he was in jail in Canada and needed money to get out.  Complainant refused to provide any money or information and hung up on the caller.

September 21
5:45 p.m.  8100 blk. Justin Rd. – Assist Agency – Double Oak Police Officer was dispatched to assist State Police with traffic control until their arrival at accident scene.

September 22
10:57 p.m.  8100 blk. Justin Rd. – Suspicious Vehicle – Concerned citizen reported unknown vehicle in the church parking lot.  Upon further investigation it was determined that two church goers were returning from coffee.

September 24
7:47 a.m.  400 blk. Waketon Rd. – Minor Accident – Two vehicle accident without injury.  One vehicle towed from the scene.

5:12 a.m.  1000 blk. Roadrunner Rd., Bartonville – Assist Agency – Double Oak Officer was dispatched to assist Bartonville P.D. with a medical emergency.  Fire department personnel arrived and officers departed.

2:22 p.m.  200 blk. Meadowknoll – Welfare Check – Officer was asked to check on a citizen’s welfare. 

8:16 p.m.  100 blk. E. Carruth Ln. – Solicitor Complaint – Officer made contact with two door to door solicitors and explained the Town ordinance to them.  Both vendors were issued a warning and they departed.

9:37 p.m.  200 blk. Oakview Dr. – Assist Citizen – Officer on patrol found a driver and his Ford Mustang stuck in a ditch.  Officer waited until a wrecker recovered the vehicle.

September 25
3:24 a.m.  8100 blk. Justin Rd. – Alarm Call – Officer met with building key holder.  No crime detected.

4:58 p.m.  100 blk. Oakview – Accidental Discharge of Firearm – Officer responded to a call regarding a Complainant who had been shot.  Upon arrival it was determined that a teenage resident had been in his bedroom twirling a .22 caliber revolver when he unintentionally pulled the trigger and shot himself.  Complainant had a single gunshot wound to the lower body and was transported to the hospital by Care Flight. 

9:22 p.m.  100 blk. Trailing Oaks – Missing Dogs – Citizen reported two missing dogs.

September 26
1:25 p.m.  2600 blk. F.M. 407 – Assist Agency – Double Oak Officer was dispatched with Denton County Sheriff’s Office on a Suspicious Persons call.  Upon arrival contact was made with the subject and Officer waited until the subject had a ride home.

10:39 p.m.  11000 blk. Lantana Trail, Denton County – Assist Agency – Double Oak Officer assisted Denton County Sheriff’s Office on a Lantana alarm.  Building was determined to be secure and the officer cleared the call.

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