Christmas no holiday for Grandview cops

GRANDVIEW – Police in Grandview were very busy on Christmas Eve this week, handling more than 20 calls, including a report of a burglary in the 400 block of West Fifth Street late that night.

Half of the calls that day, Tuesday, were about parking issues, but officers also arrested two wanted persons, responded to a domestic violence call, conducted a welfare check, investigated two automatic alarms, provided an agency assist, took two fraud reports and assisted with a medical emergency.

On Christmas day, Wednesday, officers arrested a wanted person, responded to a domestic call, investigated a report of suspicious activity, responded to an automatic alarm, provided an agency assist, conducted two welfare checks and handled a parking problem.

Yesterday, Thursday, police in Grandview again were called to handle four parking issues. Officers also investigated a theft report, a report of assault, a report of a runaway juvenile and a domestic call. Police also took an informational call, provided a citizen assist and provided assistance to another agency.

This morning officers continued to stay busy, stopping a DUI driver just after midnight, conducting a welfare check and investigating a report of suspicious activity.


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