UNT and Denton police blotter: April 25 to May 1

Ashley Salazar // Intern Writer

Friday, April 25:

8:25 p.m.: UNT police officers received multiple reports of loud music coming from Kerr beach at 1413 Maple. Officers responded and closed the event with input from Greek life.

Saturday, April 26:

2:27 a.m.: A UNT interdisciplinary studies freshman was arrested by a UNT police officer for public intoxication and was transported to the Denton County Jail.

Sunday, April 27:

2:29 a.m.: A UNT police K9 unit checked out a suspicious car with two individuals who police found to be in possession of drug paraphernalia. Both people were issued citations and released from the scene.

Monday, April 28:

2:07 p.m.: A UNT police officer issued three non-students criminal trespass warnings at Willis Library Mall. The subjects were released from the scene.

Tuesday, April 29:

2:18 a.m.: UNT police arrested a recreation and leisure studies master’s student for driving while intoxicated. The subject was transported to the Denton County Jail.

Wednesday, April 30:

2:54 a.m.: A UNT police officer arrested an RTVF junior for driving while intoxicated.  The subject was transported to the Denton County Jail.

Thursday, May 1:

10:26 a.m.: Denton police arrested a 41-year-old woman for driving with an invalid license that was suspended because of a previous conviction.

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