Friday, June 2, 2023

Double Oak Police Calls

dopd_carsThe following incidents were reported by the Double Oak Police Department between July 27, 2016 and Aug. 22, 2016.

Criminal Mischief – 100 blk. Hollow Oak Ct., Double Oak – Unknown person threw eggs at the complainant’s car.

Forgery / Fraud – 200 blk. Lake Trail, Double Oak – An unknown person attempted to commit an internet vending scam by presenting a forged check to the complainant.

Assist Agency – 800 blk. Copper Woods Ln., Denton County – Officer assisted Highland Village PD with the recovery of a boat that had been reported stolen.

Assist Agency – 200 blk. Meadowknoll, Double Oak – Assisted Texas Attorney’s General Office with warrant execution on adult male.

Noise Complaint – 900 blk. Noble Champions Way, Bartonville – Officer assisted Bartonville PD by acting as cover unit during the investigation of a noise complaint caused by a party.

Assist Agency – 3600 blk. FM 407, Flower Mound – Officer assisted Flower Mound PD with arresting an adult male who had been using stolen credit cards to purchase shoes.  Upon further investigation subject was found to be in possession of multiple identifications and had a warrant for his arrest.

Assist Agency – Bartonville – Double Oak Officer assisted Bartonville with detaining multiple juveniles who had taken a motorized wheel chair from a local grocery store.

Animal Complaint – 10000 blk. FM 407, Copper Canyon – A caller reported a deceased dog.  Upon further investigation it was determined to be a coyote.  Animal control was notified for pick up.

Unauthorized Use of Credit Card – 3700 blk. Waketon Rd., Double Oak – Complainant reported that their credit card was used without permission to make online purchases.

Suspicious Motorist – 400 blk. Kirby, Bartonville – Officer assisted Bartonville PD with investigating possible intoxicated motorist.

Burglary – 400 blk. S. Hwy. 377, Argyle – Officer assisted with investigation into burglary of a business in Argyle.

Minor Accident – 900 blk. Cross Timbers Dr., Double Oak – Motorist struck a brick mailbox with their vehicle causing damage.

Suspicious Person – 100 blk. W. Carruth Ln., Double Oak – A resident reported an unknown person ringing their doorbell at 9:09 p.m.  Subject was gone upon officer arrival.

Criminal Mischief – 300 blk. Valley View, Double Oak – Multiple mailboxes damaged by unknown person using a blunt object.

Welfare Check – 100 blk. Cedarcrest Ln., Double Oak – Report of an elderly male on a scooter, with a dog, lost in Double Oak.  Subject was visiting and had become lost.

Suspicious Persons – 100 blk. Chinn Chapel, Double Oak – Officer observed two adult males, in a vehicle, in a business parking lot at 1:41 a.m.  Further investigation revealed that they were eating food.

Found Property – 300 blk. Waketon Rd., Double Oak – A resident found a car stereo on their lawn and, concerned that it had been stolen, brought it to the police department for safekeeping.

Theft – 100 blk. Chinn Chapel, Double Oak. – Report of shaved ice being stolen from a business.

Suspicious Activity – 200 blk. Oak Trail, Double Oak – A white passenger car, occupied by three persons, was parked in the street at 12:15 a.m. and the interior light kept going on and off.  Upon further investigation by the officer it was determined to be three juvenile females visiting a friend in Double Oak.

Noise Complaint – Waketon Rd. / Meadowknoll, Double Oak – A witness reported revving motorcycle engines.  Officer arrived on scene within three minutes and did not locate any motorcycles.  Officer did find a commercial landscaping crew mowing a lawn in the 200 blk. of Meadowknoll.

Motorist Assist – 400 blk. Cross Timbers, Double Oak – Officers helped a motorist push their car out of a culvert.

Assist Agency – 1700 blk. Monahan Dr., Denton Cnty. – Officers assisted in a search for a missing five year old.  Further investigation revealed that the child fell asleep and had failed to get off the school bus at his assigned stop.

CTG Staff
CTG Staff
The Cross Timbers Gazette News Department

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