The following is a summary of incident reports recently made to the Argyle Police Department as compiled by the staff of The Cross Timbers Gazette:
An officer was flagged down by a citizen who informed him that a school bus had run off of Jeter Road in Bartonville. Bartonville Police were dispatched to the accident.
A citizen called police to report that there was a suspiciously stationary cow in a pasture off of Old Justin Road. The Animal Control Officer was notified and attempted to contact the cow’s owner. It was discovered the next day that the bovine was indeed deceased.
Police assisted the Northlake Police Department on a domestic disturbance at the Creekside at Northlake Apartments.
A bad kitty bit its owner in the 500 block of Primrose Court. No charges were filed.
Police made an arrest for possession of marijuana in the 300 block of Country Club Road.
A resident in the Azalea neighborhood of Lantana reported that a black man wearing an orange jacket and plaid pants was checking doors to homes in the 900 block of Charles Street.
Police assisted the Northlake Police Department on a fight in progress in the 8100 block of Gasoline Alley. The parties causing the disturbance left before police arrived.
A loose longhorn was reported in the 700 block of Hickory Hill Road.
Police were summoned to the 1000 block of Old Justin Road, where a resident was shooting handguns in his backyard.
A traffic stop in the 100 block of Country Club Road led to the arrest of the driver for possession of marijuana.
Bible wielding solicitors were reported in the 200 block of Westover.
Police were called to assist the Sheriff’s Department with a suicidal subject in the 700 block of Keeler Street in Lantana.
A concerned citizen found bones in the 900 block of I-35W and called police. It was determined that the bones belonged to an animal, not a human.
Police were dispatched to a large fight in the parking lot of the Creekside at Northlake Apartments.
A warning was issued to a juvenile riding a go-kart in the 300 block of Crawford Road.
An inquisitive citizen called police to ask them why they drove through the Rolling Acres neighborhood earlier in the day.
Originally published in the April 2010 issue of The Cross Timbers Gazette