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Busy weekend for Grandview police

GRANDVIEW – Early this morning (Monday) Grandview police received a report that a closed store in the 200 block of West Wine Country Road had been burglarized. Entry was apparently gained by forcing open the back door of the building. It is not yet known what was taken. The incident is under investigation.

This past Saturday afternoon officers also responded to a theft report from the 200 block of East Stover Road. The victim reported a Raptor 250cc four-wheeler was stolen. The theft is still under investigation.

A thief also attempted to break into a car in the 1000 block of Conestoga Way this past Saturday night, according to Grandview police. The door was slightly damaged but no entry was made.

Police are also investigating a report of a broken truck window made yesterday afternoon (Sunday) from the 700 block of Conestoga Way. It is unknown when the damage occurred.

Early Saturday morning officers also made a vehicle stop and arrested the driver on charges of driving with a suspended license. Suspected non-prescribed prescription drugs were also located by police and seized in the incident.

Damage to a fence was also reported to police last Friday afternoon in the 300 block of Wilson Highway.

Since last Friday morning police have also responded to nine reports of suspicious activity, six reports of traffic incidents, two reports of juvenile problems, a report of assault, a report of malicious mischief, two domestic calls, a DUI driver and a noise complaint.

In that time Grandview police officers also provided a funeral escort, fielded an informational call, provided assistance to citizens three times, arrested two persons wanted by authorities and provided five agency assists.

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