Denison Police


Theft — Store personnel reported on July 18 that two males entered a store in the 400 block of North U.S. Highway 75. They made a small purchase and paid with a large bill. Separately, they confused the clerk on how much change they were given. As a result, each suspect was given $1,000. The suspects left in a black, four-door passenger car. The investigation is ongoing.


Stolen vehicle — A suspect stated on July 18 that he found an unlocked vehicle with the keys inside, while walking. He drove the vehicle to the 100 block of Memorial Drive. The owner was contacted and said the suspect did not have permission to be in the vehicle. The suspect was arrested for theft over $2,500.


Theft — An officer responded on July 18 to a complainant in the 100 block of Square Dance Road. She stated that she paid a man in advance to build a privacy fence for her. After receiving the money, the suspect never returned. Leads are being followed up on.


Burglary — A male complainant stated on July 18 that a suspect stole a studio recording system from a vacant residence he owns in the 400 block of Mundt Drive. Officers are following up on leads.


Burglary — An officer responded on July 18 to a reporting party in the 3000 block of Texoma Drive. The complainant stated a suspect stole quarters from an air and water machine on the parking lot of a convenience store and damaged the machine in the process. The investigation is ongoing.


Theft — An officer responded on July 18 to a complainant in the 4900 block of Texoma Parkway. It was reported that a former tenant who was being evicted allegedly took two window unit air conditioners. Leads are being followed.


Criminal trespass — A male suspect was located on July 18 inside a business from which he had previously received a criminal trespass warning. He was arrested for criminal trespass.


Theft — A reporting party stated on July 18 that a suspect stole a pair of sandals and a gas can from their front porch. Leads are being followed.


Theft — A victim stated on July 18 that a suspect stole a push mower from their backyard and a window unit air conditioner from the bed of a pickup truck. Leads are being followed up on.


Theft — An officer responded on July 18 to a male complainant in the 1600 block of Loy Lake Road. He stated a suspect stole his 2014 Toyota Tundra pickup truck, black in color. The vehicle was unlocked with the keys left inside. The investigation is ongoing.