Denton Police arrested Jarelle Roberts, 24 of Denton,and Chad Fletcher, 23 of Denton. – Denton Police arrested Lacy Kraegenbrink, 40 of Denton. – Denton Police charged Amber Bennett, 27 of Easton. – Denton Police arrested Joshua Bramble-McDorman, 24 of Denton.

| December 8, 2017 | 0 Comments

 

Date: 1 1/23/2017  DMM Location: 600 block N 6TH ST 

Denton Police arrested Jarelle Roberts, 24 of Denton, for suspicion of DUI, and Chad Fletcher, 23 of Denton for fail to obey a lawful order of police. Police were called to McDonalds for a report of a vehicle in the drive thru and the occupants, including the driver, were asleep. Police arrived and found a Ford Edge running and in gear in the drive thru lane and the occupants were unconscious. It took police approximately 10 minutes to Wake the passenger, identified as Fletcher, Who appeared to be extremely intoxicated. EMS was called to the scene as the driver, identified as Roberts, was not waking up.

As EMS was attempting to treat Roberts, Fletcher began to interfere. When Fletcher was told to move away he became violent and continued to interfere. Fletcher was then arrested for failing to obey a lawful order of a police officer. Roberts finally woke up and refused any further medical treatment. Roberts was requested to submit to a series of standardized field sobriety tests. Based on the results of those tests Roberts was taken into custody for suspicion of DUI. Roberts was issued citations for DUI, DWI and negligent driving and released upon receipt of those citations to a responsible person. Fletcher was issued a citation for fail to obey a lawful order and also released upon receipt of that citation.

 

 

 

Date: 11/28/2017  CDS: Possession -NOT Marijuana Location: 500 block MARKETST

Denton Police arrested Lacy Kraegenbrink, 40 of Denton, for possession of a controlled dangerous substance, not marijuana. Police were called for a person lying on the sidewalk in the area of the Royal Farm Store. Police located the person, later identified as Kraegenbrink, who appeared to be under the influence of something. EMS was also called but Kraegenbrink refused treatment. A Wanted check was conducted, and it was discovered Kraegenbrink had an active Warrant through Talbot County.

 

Kraegenbrink was taken into custody for the Warrant and during a search incident to arrest police located two small packages containing suspected heroin. Kraegenbrink was served the Warrant and also charged with possession of CDS, not marijuana, and taken before a District Court Commissioner Who ordered Kraegenbrink released on his own recognizance after an initial appearance hearing.

 

 

 

Date: 11/30/2017  Theft less than $100 Location: 600 block LEGION RD

Denton Police charged a 14 year old male from Greensboro with theft under $100. Walmart loss prevention reported seeing the suspect leave the store With merchandise that had not been paid for. Police located the suspect in Denton Plaza but he did not have the merchandise. A check of the immediate area led to the recovery of the merchandise reported stolen. The suspect was referred to the Department of Juvenile Justice for the above violation and released to a guardian.

 

 

 

Date: 12/01/2017 Driving on a Suspend License Location: CAMP RD

Denton Police charged Amber Bennett, 27 of Easton, with driving on a suspended license. Police stopped a 2013 Hyundai for speeding (35 mph in a 25 mph zone) and identified the operator as Bennett. A check of MVA records revealed Bennett’s license was suspended for failing to comply with District Court on two separate occasions. Bennett was issued citations for the violations and released to a licensed operator upon receipt of those citations.

 

 

 

Date: 12/04/2017  Assault 2nd Degree Location: 600 block LEGION RD

Denton Police arrested Joshua Bramble-McDorman, 24 of Denton, for second degree assault, disorderly conduct and disturbing the peace. Police were at Walmart on an unrelated matter when Bramble-McDorman entered the store. A short time later police heard Bramble-McDorman arguing with a female, later identified as the victim, and also heard something fall to the floor. Further investigation revealed that Bramble-McDorman had struck the victim in the shoulder causing a cell phone to fall to the floor. Bramble-McDorman’s actions caused other customers to stop and take note of those actions. Bramble-McDorman was taken into custody charged with the above violations and taken before a District Court Commissioner Who ordered Bramble-McDorman released on $5,000 unsecured bond after an initial appearance hearing.

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