Police blotter

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Colleyville

Clairmont Ln., 3000 block: Domestic disturbance, Feb. 21.

Glade Rd., 4000 block: Domestic disturbance, Feb. 21.

Burnham Cr., 6100 block: Credit/debit card abuse, Feb. 20.

Quails Path, 6000 block: Property theft ($50-$500), Feb. 19.

Oak Crest Hill Dr., 300 block: Criminal mischief ($50-$500), Feb. 19.

Nueces Ct., 1100 block: Theft of services ($20-$500), Feb. 19.

Grapevine

W. SH 114, 1000 block: Vehicle burglary, Feb. 20.

W. SH 114, 300 block: Vehicle burglary, Feb. 20.

Sprindletree Dr., 3300 block: Vehicle burglary, Feb. 20.

Timberline Dr., 3400 block: Traffic stop leads to warrant arrest (Grapevine), no valid driver’s license, Feb. 20.

Mustang Dr., 3100 block: Assault with physical contact, investigation leads to warrant arrest for failure to appear (Grapevine), Feb. 20.

Eagle Cr., 2600 block: Warrant arrest (other city), Feb. 20.

Out of city: Warrant arrest (Grapevine), Feb. 19.

Timber Ridge Pt., 3100 block: Animal bite report, Feb. 17.

Southlake

Post Oak Tr., 1500 block: Assault causing bodily injury, Feb. 23.

W. FM 1709, 1700 block: Property theft ($50-$500), Feb. 22.

W. FM 1709, 100 block: Disorderly conduct/abusive language, Feb. 21.

State St., 600 block: Credit/debit card abuse, Feb. 21.

E. Dove Rd., 500 block: Assault, Feb. 21.

W. FM 1709, 3100 block: Vehicle burglary, Feb. 20.

N. Carroll Ave., 700 block: Criminal mischief ($50-$500), Feb. 20.

E. FM 1709, 100 block: Marijuana possession (less than 2 oz.), Feb. 19.

Palo Duro Tr., 1300 block: Fraudulent use/possession of identifying information (less than 5 items), Feb. 19.

Orchard Hill Dr., 400 block: Fraudulent use/possession of identifying information (less than 5 items), Feb. 19.

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