The Denison and Sherman Police departments have released information related to calls for service received Tuesday and early Wednesday.


The two offices released reports related to 97 incidents that took place over the 24 hour period.


Denison Police


The Denison Police Department received about 88 calls for service between midnight Tuesday and 8 a.m. Wednesday.


Of those calls, the most reoccurring call type was for suspicious activity. About 20 of those calls were given this designation.


The department was called out for six welfare checks, two disturbance calls and one sexual assault call.


There were two burglary alarm calls and one dog barking call. Also, police took three theft calls and two fraud reports.


Sherman Police


Credit card abuse - On Tuesday, a female complainant made telephone contact with an officer regarding fraud. The complainant stated an unknown person made an unauthorized charge on her credit card account. The complainant resides in the 700 block of Westwood Drive in Sherman. A credit or debit card abuse report was generated.


Assault - On Tuesday, Sherman Police Dispatch received a call in reference to a disturbance occurring in the 1000 block of S Walnut St. The caller stated there was a female and male near a jeep in the middle of the road physically fighting. Officers were dispatched to the area and located the involved parties. The female had fled the scene prior to police arrival. The male involved sustained minor visible injuries. A report was generated for assault causing bodily injury to a family member.


Theft - On Tuesday, a Public Safety Assistant was dispatched to a business in the 1800 block of North Loy Lake Road in reference to a theft. The victim advised she accidentally left her billfold at the business. After realizing she forgot her billfold, she returned to the business and could not find the billfold. A report was generated for theft of property $100-$750.


Theft - On Tuesday, a male complainant made telephone contact with an officer regarding a theft. The complainant stated an unknown suspect stole property from his vehicle at a residence located in the 1700 block of LaSalle Drive in Sherman. The incident occurred on May 13. A theft of property under $100 report was generated.


Theft - On Tuesday, a Sherman officer was dispatched to a business in the 1900 block of Texoma Pkwy in reference to a theft. The victim advised she accidentally left her billfold inside the business. After realizing she forgot her billfold, she returned to the business and could not find the billfold. A report was generated for theft of property between $100-750.


Found property - On Tuesday, officers were dispatched to a business in the 700 block of S FM1417, in reference to a found firearm. Upon arrival, Officers obtained a firearm that had been located at the location. Due to no crime being committed, a found property report was generated.


Assault - On Tuesday, officers were dispatched to the 2700 block of Cedar Park Drive in reference to a Disturbance. The caller stated there was a male and female in the front yard of their residence arguing. Officers were dispatched to the area and located the involved parties. The female involved sustained minor injuries. A report was generated for assault causes bodily injury to a family member.


Possession - On Tuesday, Officers were dispatched to the 2100 block of Texoma Parkway in reference to a disturbance. Upon officer`s arrival, a male was located and found to have warrants. He was arrested on a warrant for evading arrest or detention. He was also arrested for evading arrest detention with a previous conviction and possession of marjuana under two ounces.


Assault - On Wednesday, officers were dispatched to a residence in the 2100 block of N Loy St. in reference to an assault. Upon arrival, Officers determined the suspect had assaulted her boyfriend. Due to the assault, she was arrested for assault causes bodily injury family member. She was transported to the Grayson County Jail without incident.


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