Saturday, November 26, 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:

A resident in the 200 block of Crawford Road reported three to four gunshots coming from somewhere in the middle of his 115 acre property.  Police were unable to locate the source of the disturbance.

Police responded to a report of an assault at Argyle High School.

A caller in the 4200 block of Thousand Oaks Drive complained that their neighbors could be heard loudly arguing over stolen beer.  The fighting had been going on for two hours, and is an ongoing problem, the caller stated.  Police responded and separated the couple.

Police responded to a noise complaint in the 300 block of Redbud St. where they found several people, including two minors, drinking inside a home and being loud.  They were told to close the windows so as to not disturb their neighbors. The minors were warned but not cited for underage drinking due to the county requesting assistance on a fatality accident.  After clearing from the accident, police checked on the residence and everything appeared normal.

A ranch hand in the 800 block of Sam Davis Road called police and asked how much time he legally had to move out, as he was going to give his notice today and the owner previously told employees who resigned that they have two hours to get out.

Police responded to a suicide attempt on Post Oak Lane. 

A woman in the 400 block of Old Justin Road complained about a gas drilling rig that made a lot of noise at night.

An assault report was filed after two motorists got into an altercation over a near accident on FM 407 at the railroad tracks.  A man stated that the other driver spat on him after both of them got out of their trucks and began arguing.

A caller in the 300 block of Redbud St. said that his aunt’s husband keeps poking and touching him in an attempt to start a fight.

Police took a report of a reckless driver speeding and running stop signs on Harpole Rd. and through the Shadow Wood subdivision in the mornings.  The motorist, described as a female driving a green BMW 5 Series sedan, was apparently dropping off her daughter at the middle school.

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

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