Police blotter

03/31/2014 2:50 PM

03/31/2014 2:51 PM

Colleyville

Piazza Ln, 1 block: Property theft ($500-$1,500), March 25.

Colleyville Blvd., 4700 block: Forgery of a financial instrument, March 24.

Meade Dr., 6600 block: Criminal mischief ($50-$500), March 23.

Murphy Rd., 1200 block: Dogs at large, March 23.

Glade Rd., 4000 block: Minor in possession of alcohol, possession of drug paraphernalia, March 23.

Heritage Ave., 5400 block: Marijuana possession (less than 2 oz.) in a drug-free zone, March 21.

Lockley Way, 700 block: Property theft ($1,500-$20,000), March 21.

Dusty Ct., 5500 block: Domestic disturbance, March 20.

Glade Rd., 4100 block: Possession of drug paraphernalia, March 20.

Dusty Ct., 5500 block: Domestic disturbance, March 20.

Miramar Ln., 5400 block: Identity theft, March 19.

Grapevine

Gaylord Tr., 1500 block: Assault on a family member causing bodily injury, March 24.

N. SH 121, 2800 block: DWI (second offense), March 24.

Municipal Way, 1200 block: Assault causing bodily injury, warrant arrest (other city), March 24.

S. Main St., 400 block: Criminal mischief ($500-$1,500), March 24.

N. SH 121, 4000 block: Vehicle burglary, March 24.

W. Peach St., 100 block: Criminal mischief ($1,500-$20,000), March 24.

S. Main St., 400 block: Property theft ($50-$500), March 24.

Hurst: Warrant arrest (Grapevine), March 24.

Euless-Grapevine Rd., 4300 block: Warrant arrest (other city), March 24.

Ball St., 100 block: DWI, March 24.

Harber Ave., 900 block: Theft (under $50), March 23.

W. Peach St., 100 block: Assault on a family member causing bodily injury, March 23.

Grapevine Mills Pkwy., 3000 block: Property theft ($50-$500), March 23.

Great Wolf Dr., 100 block: Property theft ($500-$1,500), March 23.

William D. Tate Ave., 3800 block: Warrant arrest, defective headlamps, March 23.

William D. Tate Ave., 1200 block: Lost wallet, March 23.

Silvercrest Ln., 2900 block: Assault on a family member causing bodily injury, March 23.

N. SH 26, 1300 block: DWI (second offense), March 23.

Kirkpatrick Ln., 4100 block: Warrant arrest (Grapevine), prisoner pickup, March 22.

W. SH 119, 1500 block: Warrant arrest (other city), March 22.

W. Nash St., 100 block: DWI (third or more offense), March 22.

Great Wolf Dr., 100 block: Vehicle burglary, March 22.

Red Bird Ln., 2900 block: Property theft ($50-$500), March 22.

E. Grapevine Mills Cr., 2900 block: Property theft ($1,500-$20,000), March 22.

Mustang Dr., 2800 block: Assault with physical contact, March 22.

N. Dove Rd., 200 block: DWI, March 21.

W. Northwest Hwy., 2100 block: Theft (under $50), March 21.

William D. Tate Ave., 1400 block: Possession of a controlled substance, penalty group 1 (less than 1 gram), unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, felony warrant arrest (other agency), March 21.

S. Main St., 1400 block: DWI, possession of a controlled substance, penalty group 3 (less than 28 grams), warrant arrest (Grapevine), March 21.

Autumndale Dr., 1800 block: Fraudulent use/possession of identifying information (less than 5 items), March 21.

Spring Willow Dr., 3400 block: Fraudulent use/possession of identifying information (less than 5 items), March 21.

W. SH 114, 1600 block: Theft (under $50), March 21.

E. Grapevine Mills Cr., 2500 block: Traffic stop leads to warrant arrest, no valid Texas driver’s license, March 21.

Nolen Dr., 1000 block: Investigation leads to warrant arrest, speeding, unlawfully carrying a weapon, warrant (Grapevine), warrant (other city), March 21.

W. SH 114, 1500 block: Property theft ($50-$500), March 21.

Pony Pkwy., 300 block: Harassment, March 21.

W. SH 114, 1600 block: Fraudulent use/possession of identifying information (less than 5 items), March 21.

S. Main St., 1200 block: Property theft ($1,500-$20,000), March 21.

Houston Oaks Ct., 2400 block: Suicide, March 21.

Bass Pro Ct., 2200 block: Credit/debit card abuse, March 21.

E. SH 114, 700 block: Aggravated robbery, March 21.

Oak Grove Loop S.: No valid driver’s license (suspended), warrant arrest after traffic stop, March 21.

Cross Roads Dr., 1700 block: Hit-and-run accident with damage to vehicle over $200, March 20.

William D. Tate Ave., 2600 block: DWI (blood-alcohol content over .15), March 19.

S. Main St., 400 block: Property theft ($50-$500), March 19.

Grapevine Mills Pkwy., 3000 block: Credit/debit card abuse, March 18.

Weddle Dr., 700 block: Criminal mischief ($500-$1,500), March 18.

E. Northwest Hwy., 400 block: Theft from person, March 18.

N. Grapevine Mills Blvd., 3200 block: Harassment by text messages, March 18.

Yellowstone Dr., 600 block: Fraudulent use/possession of identifying information (less than 5 items), March 18.

Park Blvd., 600 block: Fraudulent use/possession of identifying information (less than 5 items), March 18.

William D. Tate Ave., 1500 block: Failure to identify as a fugitive, failure to maintain financial responsibility, March 18.

Parr Ln., 3000 block: Property theft ($20,000-$100,000), March 18.

Whitby Ln., 4000 block: Vehicle burglary, March 18.

Devonshire Ct., 2700 block: Vehicle burglary, March 18.

Southlake

Tennyson Dr., 1000 block: Home burglary, March 24.

E. FM 1709, 1600 block: Building burglary, March 24.

N. Kimball Ave., 500 block: Property theft ($500-$1,500), March 24.

E. Hwy. 114, 2400 block: Marijuana possession (less than 2 oz.), March 23.

Grand Ave. E., 400 block: Property theft ($50-$500), March 22.

E. FM 1709, 2700 block: Property theft ($500-$1,500), March 21.

E. FM 1709, 2700 block: Aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, March 21.

N. Kimball Ave., 500 block: Property theft ($50-$500), March 21.

Grand Ave., 200 block: Fraudulent use/possession of identifying information (less than 5 items), March 19.

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