Police said a 45-year-old woman was allegedly assaulted Friday afternoon in the 400 block of Carroll Boulevard after confronting another woman about a borrowed bicycle, according to a police report.
Officers responded to the incident around 5:30 p.m. in the 700 block of Fort Worth Drive, where the woman called police. The caller told police she confronted the woman because she wanted her to return a bicycle she had borrowed.
Their verbal argument escalated into a physical altercation, the report states. The woman who borrowed the bike pushed the caller to the ground and wrestled with her for a few moments, according to the report.
Police observed abrasions on the victim’s ankle, knee and forehead. Police didn’t locate the suspect. A report was taken.
2100 block of Sadau Court — Police received multiple calls about terroristic threats reported on Sadau Court and in the 3600 block of South Interstate 35E late Friday, according to a police report.
The report shows multiple callers told police a man was walking up to people and telling them they needed to leave the area before something bad happened.
Callers told police they felt threatened and weren’t sure what the man was talking about.
A report was taken.
100 block of Avenue G — Police responded to a domestic disturbance report Friday evening, but the person they arrested was not involved in the alleged dispute.
An engaged couple told police they got into a verbal argument about finances. Both agreed nothing physical occurred and no threats were made, although the woman was taken to a local hospital after police found out she had self-inflicted lacerations on her arm.
However, the woman’s 20-year-old brother, who also lives at the residence, was arrested after police discovered he had active warrants from Lewisville police and Jefferson County.
1200 block of Dallas Drive — Police responded late Friday to a report about a burglary of a habitation, where a 22-year-old man said he was missing several pairs of shoes and clothes, according to a police report.
The report shows there was no sign of forced entry and the caller doesn’t know who could’ve taken his belongings. The items missing included seven pairs of shoes, a jacket and a pair of pants, valued at a total of $3,175.
From 7 a.m. Friday to 7 a.m. Saturday, the Denton Police Department handled 202 service and officer-initiated calls and made 13 arrests.