Denison Police

Theft — Officers responded on Aug. 6 to a theft in the Denison Walmart store. Two suspects entered the store and used a tool to force unattended cash registers open. They stole over $3,000 and exited the store. The suspects were picked up by a getaway driver in a blue passenger car. Officers have reviewed video footage and are following leads on the case.

Theft — An officer responded on Aug. 7 to a female complainant in the 1500 block of South Eighth. She stated that she was missing a .9 mm revolver, and she named a possible suspect. The investigation will continue.

Burglary — Dispatch received a call on Aug. 7 in the 200 block of North U.S. Highway 75 North. The caller stated that a suspect removed a radio from a vehicle parked at a local auto dealership.

Theft — An officer responded on Aug. 7 to a male complainant in the 400 block of South Tone. He stated that his lawn mower had been stolen from behind his residence. Officers are following up on leads.

Suspicious vehicle — Officers observed a suspicious vehicle parked at the north end of City Park on Aug. 8. A female suspect was arrested for an outstanding city of Denison warrant, possession of a controlled substance, tampering with evidence and prohibited substance in a correctional facility.

Hit and run — Officers responded to a hit and run accident in the 2300 block of West Morton Street. Witnesses stated that a green Mustang automobile hit a vehicle from behind, causing the vehicle to strike another vehicle. The driver left the scene, and is believed to have been a female with blonde hair. No injuries were reported.

Stolen vehicle — Officers were dispatched on Aug. 9 to a motor vehicle accident with injuries in the 1900 block of East Monterey. During the officers’ investigation, they were contacted by the vehicle’s owner and informed that the vehicle involved in the accident had been stolen from the 6oo block of East Monterey. The alleged driver of the stolen vehicle, had asked the owner whether he could borrow the vehicle and was told he could not. The case will be forwarded to the District Attorney’s office.

Theft — An officer responded on Aug. 9 to a female complainant in the 500 block of North Barrett. She stated that someone had stolen her puppy from her yard. She named a possible suspect, and the investigation will continue.