Tuesday May 14
Blotter: Two men arrested after employees report theft
Employees at a local grocery store on Sunday night kept close watch on two men who attempted to steal more than $700 in merchandise, according to a police report.
Les Cockrell: Center shows support for awareness week
Staff members from the Denton County MHMR Center visited the Denton Square Thursday to display green ribbons and post a sign for Children's Mental Health Awareness Week, which was observed May 5-11. Thursday was selected for the display because it is Children's Mental Health Awareness Day, a spokeswoman for the center said.
Aubrey officials work on crafting plan for future
City officials are in the first stages of creating a plan they will use to improve the city and manage growth for several years into the future.
Blotter: Police respond to fight involving several people
While responding to a fight in a parking lot Wednesday afternoon, police were advised a gun and knife were involved.
Group to honor cemetery
The Belew Cemetery Association will have two celebrations Sunday -its annual Decoration Day and the recognition of a Historic Texas Cemetery marker.
MUD plans draw flak
Residential communities planned for the city of Aubrey's extraterritorial jurisdiction have nearby municipality leaders concerned about the impact the population growth will have on their cities.
Blotter: Victim arrested after reporting person with gun
Sandi Brackeen, spokeswoman for the sheriff's office, said the case is currently under investigation and additional information can not be released at this time.
Blotter: Daughter's traffic stop causes problems for dad
Police officers called a young woman's father Sunday morning so he could pick her up after she was stopped for speeding, driving without license, no proof of insurance and an expired registration.
Blotter: Teen taken into custody after alleged bomb threat
Police responded to the 1200 block of Bernard Street before 10:30 a.m. Thursday after a 38-year-old woman alleged that two male suspects threatened her, police said.