Sunday, September 25, 2022

Argyle Police Blotter

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:

Someone vandalized a vehicle with yellow paint in the Argyle High School parking lot.

A man at the Creekside at Northlake Apartments complained that his upstairs neighbors fight all the time and there is a lot of banging, yelling and screaming going on.  He said that he has contacted the apartment manager several times about this issue.

While on the phone with police taking a report about a disturbance between neighbors in the 300 block of Oak Drive, a dispatcher overheard a female referring to the caller as a “meth whore” and challenging her to a fight in the street.

A woman in the 14000 block of Corral City Dr. noticed that her Xbox 360 disappeared about the same time that she kicked her boyfriend out.

Police investigated a suspicious vehicle at the corner of Hwy 377 and FM 407 and determined that both the driver and passenger had been drinking.  The men were released to family members.

A man called police and said that a juvenile “flips him off” every time he drives home from work and he wants it to stop.

An 80-year-old man in the 200 block of Westover Drive said that his granddaughter’s boyfriend just fired a gun inside the house. Upon investigation it was determined that the gun was accidentally discharged. No injuries were reported.

Police took a report of a loose Palomino running around behind the post office.

A resident of Country Lakes complained that several people were swimming, fishing and camping out at the neighborhood lake near Meandering Creek Dr. and they were “screaming and yelling like they are intoxicated”.

The caretaker of a homeless, pregnant woman told police that the young lady was threatening suicide because her husband left her.  It was believed that the 25-year-old was possibly at an Argyle laundromat and that she will lay on the railroad tracks and wait for the train to come.

A caller told police that she could hear her neighbors screaming and cussing outside their double wide trailer in the 4100 block of Thousand Oaks Dr.

The First Baptist Church-Argyle secretary arrived at the church one morning to discover that someone had broken in, pulled out several drawers and threw items around the church.
A man in the 6600 block of Oakridge Lane called police around 3:00 a.m. and said that a black Ford pickup truck was parked in front of his house occupied by a man and woman.  He later determined that the woman in the truck was his wife.  He asked her friend to leave but he refused and told him to go ahead and call the cops.

A domestic disturbance was reported by a woman in the 8600 block of Normandy Way who said that it began when her estranged husband tried to take the phone away from his 13-year-old daughter.

Police responded to an argument in the 200 block of Green Oaks Drive where a husband threatened to take the family car and damage it.

A maintenance man from Argyle High School reported that the home team press box at the football field had been broken into. 

Someone kicked in an office window and stole a computer at the Argyle Church of Christ in the 100 block of FM 407 E.

A woman called police asking for help after her Hyundai ran out of gas on I-35W because she could not figure out how to remove the gas cap.

Originally published in the October 2010 issue of The Cross Timbers Gazette

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