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Double Oak Police Beat – March 2017

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Double Oak Police Chief Derrick Watson

Recent Police Calls

Disturbance – 100 blk. Thornhill Circle, Double Oak – Verbal disturbance between known persons. No offense committed.

Forgery / Fraud – 300 blk. Oakview Drive, Double Oak – A resident reported that an unknown person attempted to access his personal electronic account.

Accident – 8400 blk. Justin Road, Double Oak – Officer worked a four vehicle collision resulting in one car having to be towed.

Intoxicated Person – 600 blk. Bradford Street, Denton County – Officer responded to a call regarding an intoxicated female.

Suspicious Activity – 100 blk. Lake Trail, Double Oak – A caller reported a vehicle slowly following behind her. The description of the vehicle was a dark colored sedan. The vehicle departed prior to officer arrival.

Traffic Complaint – Justin Road / Lantana Trail, Double Oak – A witness reported, at 9:35 p.m., a vehicle swerving in and out of traffic, drifting within their lane, speeding up and slowing down. Officer was unable to locate the reported black Hyundai Sonata.

Disturbance – 200 blk. Oakview Drive, Double Oak – A witness reported possible gunshots near the corner of Cross Timbers and Oak View. Multiple officers arrived on scene and located juveniles who had discharged fireworks.

Street Blockage – Justin Road / Tanglewood, Denton County – Officer removed debris from roadway.

Assist Motorist – 100 blk. Tanglewood, Double Oak – Motorist ran out of fuel.

Suspicious Vehicle – 8400 blk. Justin Road, Double Oak – Officer responded to a concern about an 18-wheeler parked on vacant commercial property. Driver departed after being informed that property owner did not want him parked at the location.

Telephone Harassment – 100 blk. Victory Lane, Double Oak – Complainant threatened by teen males located in another City.

Ordinance Violation – 100 blk. Ridgebriar Lane, Double Oak – Resident set a fire on a non-burn day. Fire was extinguished prior to officer arrival.

Assault – 300 blk. Waketon Road, Double Oak – Complainant reported having been assaulted by a known person.

 Possession of Drug Paraphernalia – 8100 blk. Justin Road, Double Oak – During the conduct of a traffic stop officer detected the odor of marijuana. A search of the vehicle yielded drug paraphernalia.

Criminal Mischief – 300 blk. Waketon Road, Double Oak – A resident reported damage to their property.

Assist Fire Department – 200 blk. Simmons Road, Double Oak – A transformer was sparking causing a fire.

Suspicious Activity – 100 blk. Meadowknoll Drive, Double Oak – Report that two young men were hunting behind the complainant’s home.  Further investigation revealed two juveniles in the woods with pellet guns. Subjects were sent home.

Suspicious Circumstances – 300 blk. Oakview Drive, Double Oak – Officer observed the cab light on in an unoccupied semi-tractor at 12:41 a.m. Officer made contact with the driver to ensure that nothing had been stolen.

Forgery / Fraud – 200 blk. Whistling Duck Lane, Double Oak – Complainant reported that an unknown person was using his personal identifying information to apply for lines of credit.

Arrest – 8300 blk. Justin Rd., Bartonville – During the conduct of a traffic stop a warrant check revealed an adult male was wanted for possession of marijuana probation violation.  The warrant was confirmed and the subject was transported to the Denton County Jail.

Animal Complaint – 100 blk. Oak Grove Circle, Double Oak – Officer responded to a report of a loose horse at 4:23 a.m. Officer located a loose pony and contacted the owner to lead the horse home.

Disturbance – 8700 blk. Crockett Drive, Lantana – Double Oak Officer assisted with investigating a disturbance and alleged assault involving a weapon. Two persons were transported to the hospital.

Motorist Assist – 100 blk. Kings Road, Double Oak – Officer found a vehicle stalled in a lane of traffic and assisted by pushing the vehicle to a safe location.

Arrest – 100 blk. McMakin Road, Double Oak – During the conduct of a traffic stop the driver was determined to be wanted by the Denton Police Department. Officers took and adult male into custody and transported to jail.

Traffic Complaint – 500 blk. Waketon Road, Double Oak – A citizen reported excessive traffic noise.

Suspicious Activity – 300 blk. Oak Trail, Double Oak – A witness reported a suspicious vehicle driving and pulling over in front of multiple houses. An officer responded but was unable to locate the vehicle.

Suspicious Person – 200 blk. Kings Road, Double Oak – A witness reported an unknown male, who appeared to have a vendor’s permit, looking into the windows of a home. Upon further investigation it was determined that the man was a contractor attempting to meet with a customer.

Suspicious Person – 100 blk. Timberleaf Court, Double Oak – Officer was dispatched regarding a male in a pickup driving slowly through the area. Officer located the truck and found three rusty bicycles and a broken Honda generator in the bed. The male explained that he obtained the property from people’s trash. The officer documented the serial numbers of the property and released the driver.

Theft In Progress – 1200 blk. Kentucky Derby, Denton County – At approximately 11:27 p.m. a complainant reported that their trailer was being stolen. Upon arrival officers determined that the Complainant’s husband had given permission to a friend to use the trailer but had not told her.

Animal Complaint – 300 blk. Oak Trail, Double Oak – Officer helped to recover a horse that had escaped the pasture. Officer secured the horse’s gate and phoned the owner.

Assist Agency – 700 blk. East Jeter Road, Bartonville – Officer acted as a cover unit while Bartonville PD conducted an investigation.

Meet Complainant – 700 blk. Cross Timbers Drive, Double Oak – Caller wanted help with seeking social services.

Alarm – 100 blk. Eagles Nest Circle, Copper Canyon – At the request of a homeowner officers searched a residence for criminal activity. Resident was concerned after the alarm was triggered and a door was found open.

Disturbance – 300 blk. Oakview Drive, Double Oak – A resident reported possible shots fired behind their home. Officer was unable to locate the source of the noise.

Criminal Trespass – 3400 blk. East FM 407, Bartonville – Officer assisted Bartonville Police Department with issuing criminal trespass notices to panhandlers operating on private property.

Suspicious Activity – 200 blk. Kings Road, Double Oak – Reporting party observed a marked taxi cab stop and the driver open a mailbox. Upon further investigation by law enforcement the taxi driver was also determined to be a contract delivery person for Amazon.com.

Accident – 100 blk. McMakin Road, Double Oak – A motorist lost control of their vehicle and got stuck in a muddy ditch. A private tow service was summoned to pull the driver off the side of the road.

Accident – 3300 blk. Waketon Road, Flower Mound – Officer assisted Flower Mound Police Department with traffic direction as the scene of an accident.

Suspicious Circumstances – 200 blk. Colonial Court, Double Oak – A resident reported an unknown person driving a white GMC/Chevy Pickup parked on the road in front of their house. Driver was wearing a hoodie and was not recognized by the witness. Subject departed the area while officers were enroute.

Accident – 1000 blk. Justin Road, Denton County – Motorist swerved off the roadway, struck a pole and stopped in a ditch.

Arrest – 7000 blk. Justin Road, Bartonville – Officers arrested an adult male for an active possession of marijuana warrant.

Disturbance – 200 blk. Fox Trot Lane, Double Oak – Argument between known persons.  Disturbance quelled when one party voluntarily left the residence.

Motorist Assist – 300 blk. Waketon Road, Double Oak – Officer assisted a resident with proper installation of a child safety seat.

Solicitor Complaint – 200 blk. Cross Timbers Drive, Double Oak – A resident reported a solicitor going door to door. Subject, and his driver, departed after being briefed on the Town of Double Oak solicitor ordinance.

Disturbance – 8800 blk. Bluestem Drive, Lantana – Dispute between known parties.  Disturbance quelled when one party departed prior to officer arrival.

Suspicious Activity – 200 blk. South Carruth, Double Oak – Officer noticed a freshly damaged rear window and contacted the owner. Further investigation revealed it had been broken during lawn care.

Traffic Complaint – 100 blk. Meadowknoll Drive, Double Oak – Report of a vehicle driving into the neighborhood and slowing down in front of houses.

Animal Complaint – 100 blk. Eagles Peak Lane, Double Oak – Officer recovered a small dog and returned it to its owner.

Juvenile Complaint – 300 blk. Waketon Road, Double Oak – A parent was having difficulty getting their juvenile into the car and off to school. Officer spoke with the juvenile, who then reconsidered, and was driven to school by their parent.

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