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This week’s police blotter
Mearl Colaco / Intern
Feb. 4, 12:03 p.m.: UNT police officers and Emergency Medical Services responded to a medical emergency at the Pohl Recreation Center. The patient was not transported for medical treatment.
5:35 p.m.: A student filed a complaint about her car being keyed. UNT police officers responded to the call and a report was completed.
Wednesday, 12:46 a.m.: At an initiated traffic stop, a UNT police officer arrested two male non-students. One man was wanted by the Arlington Police Department and the other was wanted by the Dallas Police Department. Both men were taken to the Denton County jail.
4:59 p.m.: At the mentioned time and at 5:18 p.m., two UNT students turned themselves in to the UNT police for reportedly providing alcohol to minors. The department had issued warrants for both students. They were transported to the Denton County jail.
7:27 p.m.: A UNT police officer came across a suspicious vehicle in UNT lot No. 7. The owner of the car was contacted and drug paraphernalia was reportedly found in the car. The student was issued a citation and released from the scene.
Thursday, 2:10 a.m.: A UNT police arrested a male non-student for driving while intoxicated at an initiated traffic stop. The 26-year-old man was transported to the Denton County jail.
6:18 a.m.: At the mentioned time and at 6:51 p.m., two UNT students turned themselves in to the UNT police for reportedly providing alcohol to minors. Both students had warrants out by the department and were taken to the Denton County jail.
Sunday, 4:01 a.m.: A UNT police officer transported a publically intoxicated student to the Denton city jail after arresting him at the Delta Sigma Pi fraternity house.