Official announcements and statements from the Northlake Police Department

United States – Between April 19 and May 21, the Northlake Police Department responded to 508 calls for service and took 50 reports, in addition to making 21 arrests during that time. Here are some recent calls received by police: On April 21, officers reported a package theft that occurred in the 1600 block of Cole Lane. The report was taken from the lobby of the police department. According to the person who filed the complaint, a FedEx driver delivered a package, took a photo of the package, and then collected the package before leaving. The report was submitted to the Criminal Investigation Division.

On April 24, officers were called to the 5000 block of the 114 Freeway in response to a report of a vehicle break-in that had just occurred there. After officers arrived, a witness told officers that a subject was entering UNLOCKED cars. Officers were able to locate a suspect who had fled on foot from them. Shortly after, officers located the young suspect who had been hiding in tall grass and took him into custody.

Officers found a male subject passed out in a car on April 26 in the 8000 block of Gasoline Alley. The individual was located in the vehicle. Officers made contact with the individual in question and immediately launched an investigation into his well-being. During the investigation, it was discovered that the vehicle was stolen, the subject had warrants from another agency and was in possession of narcotics. All of these revelations came to light as the investigation progressed. The individual was taken into custody and brought to the Denton County Sheriff’s Office for further investigation.

A theft of property was reported on April 29 in the 3000 block of Cambridge and officers were dispatched to the scene. Officers contacted the person who filed the complaint, who said building materials were taken without permission. The report was submitted to the Criminal Investigation Division. The theft of credit cards was reported to officers working in the lobby of the police station on May 4, when the report was taken. The individual said he misplaced his wallet earlier today and someone was making unauthorized charges to his credit card accounts. Criminal investigations have been notified of the report.

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