Denton and University of North Texas police say a man was intoxicated when he allegedly hit two people with his vehicle Friday morning at the intersection of Mulberry and Welch streets, according to a news release.
Mical Mosley, 24, is charged with intoxication assault and was in the Denton City Jail on Friday afternoon. He was being held on a $10,000 bond.
Denton police say a UNT police officer saw Mosley crash into the pedestrians.
One pedestrian was taken to a Denton hospital, where he was treated by intensive care unit staff, the news release says. The other pedestrian, police said, declined to be taken to the hospital.
Police said the hospitalized pedestrian will make a full recovery.
Man who died in Aubrey crash identified
Christopher Sandlin, 45, of Commerce, was identified as the man who died in a crash Thursday afternoon in Aubrey, according to Tarrant County Medical Examiner’s Office records.
Aubrey police said Sandlin was driving a pickup and crashed with a rock hauler truck about 1:20 p.m. Thursday in the 1900 block of FM428 in Aubrey.
Sandlin died of his injuries, records show. The driver of the rock hauler was taken to a hospital. Aubrey Police Chief Charles Kreidler said the driver was treated and then released from the hospital.
Kreidler said Friday the cause of the crash had not been determined. He didn’t indicate foul play was suspected in the crash.
Interstate 35E and Collier Street — Police arrested a woman Thursday afternoon and charged her with possession of a controlled substance after they found meth in her vehicle, according to a police report.
An officer pulled her over for allegedly not using signal during a turn. Police said she refused to allow them to search her vehicle, so officers called for a K-9. The dog, police said, alerted officers that drugs were in the vehicle.
3300 block of Groveland Terrace — A man said Thursday afternoon his handgun went missing from his home after his son had two friends over last weekend, according to a police report.
1400 block of West Oak Street — An employee at a 7-Eleven called the police on a person who reportedly tried to use a fake identification to buy alcohol, according to a police report.
From 7 a.m. Thursday to 7 a.m. Friday:
- The Denton Police Department handled 138 service and officer-initiated calls and made 13 arrests.
- Denton firefighters responded to 27 medical calls.