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High school lockdown due to trespasser

GRANDVIEW – Last Thursday morning Grandview High School went into lockdown after a report of an unidentified male jumping the fence. Officers interviewed witnesses and learned that the individual never made it over the fence. The subject was not identified.

Early last Friday morning a person who is banned from a location in the 500 block of South Euclid Road was reported on the property. Police responded but were unable to locate the suspect. Last night (Sunday) officers were called to the property again and arrested the suspect.

Last Thursday night officers also investigated a report of a burglary in the 100 block of Birch Street. A door was forced open, according to police. The victim reported jewelry and cash stolen.

This past Saturday morning police also received a report of vandalism to a vehicle in the 300 block of East Wine Country Road. A piece of the vehicle’s front grill had been ripped off.

Police also arrested a man following an alleged domestic assault last Friday night.

Since last Thursday morning officers have also responded to 14 reports of suspicious activity, seven reports of animal problems, five reports of traffic hazards, three automatic alarms, a report of graffiti, two disputes between citizens, a domestic call, three noise complaints, two reports of runaway juveniles, a report of harassment, two citizen complaints and five reports of juvenile problems.

In that time Grandview police also took a report of a lost laptop, provided assistance to outside agencies eight times, fielded three informational calls, arrested two persons wanted by authorities, provided a citizen assist, conducted a welfare check, found lost property and served a court order.

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