On April 29 at 7:30 p.m., a man was arrested on suspicion of criminal trespass and resisting arrest, search or transport.
On April 30 at 7:10 p.m., someone reported reckless damage or destruction in the 800 block of Long Prairie Road.
On April 30 at 9:14 p.m., a man was arrested on suspicion of assault of a family/household member by impeding breath/circulation, and assault/contact.
On May 1 at 8:57 a.m., someone reported theft of property valued between $2,500 and $30,000 from the 1300 block of Kings Lake Road.
On May 1 at 6:23 p.m., someone reported people engaging in organized criminal activity in the 1100 block of Flower Mound Road.
On May 4 at 7:16 a.m., a man was arrested on a warrant for aggravated sexual assault of a child.
On May 4 at 8:19 p.m., someone reported the burglary of a vehicle in the 600 block of Spinks Road.
On May 8 at 2:14 and 3:11 p.m., someone reported burglaries of vehicles in the 1400 block of Cross Timbers Road and the 2300 block of Olympia Drive.
On May 9 at 10:11 a.m., a man was arrested on suspicion of DWI, evading arrest/detention with previous conviction, accident involving damage to the vehicle, two counts of duty on striking unattended vehicle and driving with an invalid license.
On May 9 at 11:07 a.m., someone reported the theft of property valued between $2,500 and $30,000 from the 3700 block of Kingfisher Court.
On May 15 at 10:30 p.m., a man was arrested on suspicion of possession of a controlled substance, theft and driving with an invalid license.
On May 16 at 8:39 a.m., someone reported the burglary of a vehicle and credit card abuse from the 2100 block of River Place Drive.
On May 16 at 3:21 p.m., a man was arrested on a warrant for theft of a firearm.
On May 18 at 8:52 p.m., someone reported the engaging in organized criminal activity in the 5800 block of Long Prairie Road.
On May 28, officers responded to the 2500 block of Blue Ridge Trail regarding a domestic disturbance. The investigation found than an 18-year-old woman displayed a knife during an argument with a family member. No injuries were reported. The woman was arrested on suspicion of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.
On May 29, officers responded to Market Street on FM 2499 regarding a reported theft. The suspects had left the location, but were later located by police. After an investigation, multiple suspects were arrested on several different drug charges and arrest warrants. Theft charges were ultimately not pursued because Market Street could not determine which person stole the items.
On June 17 at 6:12 a.m., the Flower Mound Police Department responded to a call about a hostage situation in a home in the 3900 block of Willow Run Drive. Patrol officers and the FMPD SWAT team responded, blocked off roadways and asked residents to stay in their homes until the situation was resolved. Police soon determined that no one was inside the residence. Police began investigating it as a “Swatting” call, a false report of a serious emergency at someone else’s house so that the caller can watch the emergency response.
On June 19 about 5 a.m., police responded to a reported armed robbery at the 7-Eleven convenience store at 2101 Long Prairie Road. Three black male suspects wearing clothing to cover their faces had assaulted the clerk with a pistol and stole money from the cash registers. Police were unable to locate the suspects. Earlier that night, similar robberies were reported in Lewisville and Richardson.
Police received a call on June 20 about 5 p.m. of a residential burglary in progress in the 2900 block of Windsor Drive. When officers arrived on scene, they saw two suspects get into a vehicle and quickly leave the area. FMPD quickly located the vehicle, shortly before it crashed at the intersection at Windsor Drive and Long Prairie Road. The passenger in the vehicle, 17-year-old Ryan Rosales, was immediately taken into custody. The driver, 18-year-old Nikolai Hannemann of Highland Village, led officers on a foot chase before being taken into custody in a nearby field. Hannemann and Rosales were charged with burglary of habitation and evading arrest, and were taken to a local hospital for minor injuries from the crash. The driver of the other vehicle involved in the accident was not injured.
On June 16, officers found a man who was sleeping in his vehicle in a parking lot in the 800 block of Long Prairie Road. Officers saw drug paraphernalia in the vehicle and smelled marijuana. They searched his vehicle and recovered methamphetamine, cocaine and marijuana, and arrested the man.
On June 21, Police were notified that an unknown person was posting child pornography on social media in Flower Mound. Police investigated, identified the suspect and arrested a man on a warrant for possession with intent to promote child pornography.
On June 29 around 9 p.m., a car drove into a pond near the Flower Mound River Walk. The vehicle sank, but the driver was able to get out of the vehicle before first responders arrived. The driver–a white male, 19 years old from Lake Dallas–was treated and arrested on suspicion of Driving While Intoxicated.
On July 3, the Flower Mound Police Department SWAT team responded to an incident involving an armed man threatening to harm himself behind Valley Creek Church. A relative of the man called 911 a little after 8:30 a.m., and the man was found inside a vehicle behind the church, located at 5800 Long Prairie Road. Police negotiated with the man, and after less than two hours, he surrendered and the incident ended peacefully. He received treatment and evaluation.
On July 5, someone broke the windows of Duff’s Fine Jewelry at 2550 Cross Timbers Road. The three unknown male burglars stole jewelry valued over $30,000 and were seen on surveillance video. The case was still being investigated, as of July 26.
On July 10, a man turned himself in to police on a warrant for aggravated assault after his ex-girlfriend reported that he threatened her and put the barrel of a handgun against her head in the 2800 block of Flower Mound Road.
A credit card skimmer was found last month at the gas pump at Texaco, 516 Flower Mound Road. Police attempted to get surveillance video to find potential suspect(s), but the business’ video system was not working at the time. The detective was not able to develop any leads and the case is inactive.
FMPD offers these tips to help residents avoid being victims of credit card skimmers at gas pumps: Choose a pump close to the store; Look the pump over. If it looks like there is something new, or an attachment that doesn’t exactly match the rest of the pump, or if the seal covering the electronics cabinet appears broken, don’t use that pump and tell the clerk; Use a credit card, not a debit card; Always take a receipt; Most modern skimming devices are equipped with Bluetooth. Before you run your card, check on your smartphone for an unusual Bluetooth device with a long list of characters; When in doubt, pay inside.