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Grapevine PD Blotter 1/14/19

Looks like the theme for this blotter is alcohol offenses! Please don’t drink and drive. Have a designated driver or call for a ride:

  1. Grapevine Taxi Cab: (817) 501-2675 or http://www.grapevinetaxicab.com/
  2. Uber/Lyft: https://uphail.com/us/tx/grapevine/

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  • THEFT UNDER $100.00 (WALLET): 3000 GRAPEVINE MILLS PKWY
  • THEFT OF PROPERTY (>=$2,500<$30K; STOLEN BAG FROM GREAT WOLF LODGE): 100 GREAT WOLF DR
  • DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED, 2ND OFFENSE: 500 E SH 114
  • THEFT OF PROPERTY (>=$30K<$150K; THEFT OF VEHICLE): 2200 BASS PRO CT
  • THEFT OF PROPERTY (>=$100<$750; CELL PHONE / WALLET STOLEN): 1200 WILLIAM D TATE AVE
  • DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED/OPEN ALCOHOL CONTAINER/UNLICENSED TO CARRY HANDGUN (MAJOR CRASH LEADS TO DWI AND UCW ARREST): 1800 S SH 121
  • FRAUD USE/POSSESSION OF IDENTIFYING INFO (# ITEMS < 5; CREDIT CARD USED WITHOUT CONSENT): 1700 W SH 114
  • BURGLARY OF RESIDENTIAL BUILDING: 1200 HURON DR
  • DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED: 1500 N SH 121
  • DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED: 1700 N SH 121
  • DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED (TRAFFIC STOP LEADS TO DWI): 500 S DOOLEY ST
  • DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED, 2ND OFFENSE: 1900 S MAIN ST
  • PUBLIC INTOXICATION-ALCOHOL: 3900 GRAPEVINE MILLS PKWY
  • ASSAULT-PHYSICAL CONTACT: 1500 GAYLORD TRL
  • THEFT OF PROPERTY ($1600 CASH): 1200 TEXAN TRL
  • POSSESSION OF A CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE (PG 2 < 1G; MARIJUANA): 800 S DOOLEY ST
  • THEFT UNDER $100.00 (THEFT OF LICENSE PLATE): 2400 BASS PRO DR
  • PUBLIC INTOXICATION-ALCOHOL: 2200 E GRAPEVINE MILLS CIR

January is National Human Trafficking Awareness Month

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The heaviest trafficking areas in Texas (Courtesy of UnBound)

January is National Human Trafficking Awareness Month. Texas has one of the most heavily traveled trafficking routes in the country, with I-45 and I-10 being the top two. What is human trafficking? Read below from UnBound, an organization formed to combat this awful practice,

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And it’s worse today than at any point in history. Slave labor, child soldiers and commercial sexual exploitation are just a few forms of modern-day slavery. And the numbers are staggering.

There are nearly 30 million slaves worldwide.

And in the United States alone, as many as 300,00 children are at risk of being commercially exploited in sex slavery each year. Victims are usually deceived by traffickers who offer a better life or a better job. And once they have victims in their grasp, traffickers use false promises, manipulation, threats or debt bondage to keep their victims under control. To learn more about human trafficking in the United States, visit polarisproject.org or request an UnBound training.

Victims are trapped and hopeless.

In addition to little or no pay, slaves often suffer in torturous conditions where malnutrition, sleep deprivation and abuse are rampant. Victims of sex slavery suffer the contraction of preventable diseases, dehumanization and intense emotional and physical trauma. These victims often become prey to a physical and psychological evil they can never escape alone.

For more information or to find out how to help, visit https://unboundnow.org/.

Grapevine PD asks for help identifying car burglars

There were several car break-ins over the weekend in the Banyan/Caviness Drive area. The unlocked cars were mostly “rummaged through.” A homeowner shared this video that we believe shows the suspects. Call 817-410-8127 if you can identify them.

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Watch the full video HERE. Please remember to lock your vehicles!

Grapevine PD Blotter 12/13/18

  • AGGRAVATED ASSAULT CAUSES SERIOUS BODILY INJURY: 2400 BASS PRO DR
  • PUBLIC INTOXICATION-ALCOHOL: 3600 IRA E WOODS AVE
  • BURGLARY OF VEHICLE (HANDGUN STOLEN – NO FORCED ENTRY): 3000 MUSTANG DR
  • BURGLARY OF VEHICLE (SMASHED WINDOW): 3000 PARR LN
  • THEFT OF PROPERTY (>=$30K<$150K; GRAY 2019 MERCEDES GLS550 STOLEN): 1300 TEXAN TRL
  • FOUND PROPERTY (FOUND BICYCLE): 500 SHADYBROOK DR 
  • LOST PROPERTY (THEFT OF TABLET): 1300 TEXAN TRL
  • UNAUTHORIZED USE OF VEHICLE (DAUGHTER TOOK MOTHER’S CAR WITHOUT PERMISSION): 1200 LIPSCOMB ST
  • DIRECTIVE TO APPREHEND (FAILURE TO ID FUGITIVE AND DIRECTIVE TO APPREHEND): 1700 KATIES WOODS DR
  • POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA (<2 OZ): 1700 KATIES WOODS DR
  • BURGLARY OF HABITATION (APARTMENT DOOR FORCED OPEN AND LAPTOPS TAKEN): 3200 N GRAPEVINE MILLS BLVD
  • ACCIDENT INVOLVING DAMAGE TO VEHICLE (>=$200; CAR PARKED ON STREET STRUCK BY VEHICLE THAT FLED THE SCENE): 1300 LAGUNA VISTA WAY

Grapevine PD Blotter 12/11/18

  • THEFT OF PROPERTY (>=$100<$750; THEFT OF AMAZON PACKAGE): 800 E DOVE LOOP RD
  • DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED: 1400 PARK BLVD
  • THEFT OF PROPERTY (>=$2,500<$30K; THEFT OF A MOTORCYCLE): 2700 N GRAPEVINE MILLS BLVD
  • THEFT OF PROPERTY (>=$100<$750; CAMERAS STOLEN FROM TARGET): 1100 IRA E WOODS AVE
  • THEFT OF PROPERTY (>=$750<$2,500; SCAM BY WORK E-MAIL): 100 S MAIN ST
  • CREDIT CARD OR DEBIT CARD ABUSE (STOLEN WALLET AT PARADE OF LIGHTS/ DEBIT CARD): 200 S MAIN ST
  • BURGLARY OF HABITATION (ITEMS TAKEN WITHOUT PERMISSION): 3900 GRAPEVINE MILLS PKWY
  • ASSAULT-PHYSICAL CONTACT (ARGUMENT BETWEEN MOTHER AND DAUGHTER): 1500 DUBLIN CIR
  • THEFT OF PROPERTY (>=$30K<$150K; Stolen Vehicle): 1300 TEXAN TRL
  • BURGLARY OF BUILDING (BREAKING INTO BUSINESS): 200 W WALL ST
  • THEFT OF PROPERTY (>=$30K<$150K; STOLEN VEHICLE): 3600 GRAPEVINE MILLS PKWY
  • BURGLARY OF VEHICLE (DRIVER’S LOCK PUNCHED, IGNITION AND STEERING COLUMN DAMAGED): 1900 S MAIN ST
  • INTOXICATION ASSAULT W/VEHICLE: 1300 E SH 114
  • ACCIDENT INVOLVING DAMAGE TO VEHICLE (>=$200 1400; HIT AND RUN): E SH 114 
  • DECEASED PERSON: 800 LUCAS DR
  • BURGLARY OF VEHICLE: 1500 HOOD LN
  • ASSAULT-PHYSICAL CONTACT (HUSBAND ALLEGEDLY PUSHED WIFE): 1300 PINE ST
  • DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED (BAC >= 0.15): 100 E SH 114
  • CRIMINAL MISCHIEF (>=$750<$2,500): 1300 W SH 114
  • AGGRAVATED ASSAULT DATE/FAMILY/HOUSE W/WEAPON: 1300 PINE ST
  • FORGERY OF FINANCIAL INSTRUMENT: 1300 PINE ST 

Grapevine PD Blotter 12/10/18

  • RECKLESS DAMAGE: 1600 W SH 114
  • LOST PROPERTY (LOST WALLET DURING PARADE OF LIGHTS): 400 S MAIN ST
  • LOST PROPERTY (LOST WALLET AT RESTAURANT): 1600 W NORTHWEST HWY
  • THEFT UNDER $100.00 (SUSPECT ARRESTED FOR SHOPLIFTING): 3000 GRAPEVINE MILLS PKWY
  • ASSAULT FAMILY/HOUSE MEMBER THAT IMPEDED BREATHING/CIRCULATION: 1500 GAYLORD TRL
  • DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED: 1700 E FM 1709
  • DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED (BAC >= 0.15): 5100 S SH 121
  • ASSAULT CAUSES BODILY INJURY TO FAMILY MEMBER: 4100 COUNTRYSIDE CT
  • DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED (2 ND OFFENSE): 800 IRA E WOODS AVE
  • DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED (2 ND OFFENSE): 500 W GLADE RD
  • RECKLESS DAMAGE (FENCE DAMAGED BY VEHICLE): 1100 ROSEWOOD DR
  • POSS MARIJ (<2 OZ): 1100 DOVE RD
  • UNLICENSED CARRY OF HANDGUN/ MARIJUANA (<2 OZ): 1100 DOVE RD 

Grapevine PD blotter 12/6/18

  • THEFT PROP (>=$100<$750; INTERNAL THEFT OF iPHONE): 600 WESTPORT PKWY
  • POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA (<2 OZ; TRAFFIC STOP LEADS TO POSS MARIJUANA ARREST): 600 W SH 114
  • THEFT OF PROPERTY (>=$2,500<$30K; EMPLOYEE THEFT OF DEPOSITS): 3000 GRAPEVINE MILLS PKWY
  • THEFT OF PROPERTY (>=$750<$2,500; STOLEN iPHONE): 2200 E GRAPEVINE MILLS CIR
  • BURGLARY OF VEHICLE (VEHICLE DAMAGED AND FIREARM TAKEN): 3000 GRAPEVINE MILLS PKWY
  • THEFT OF PROPERTY (>=$100<$750): 1400 PARK BLVD
  • LOST PROPERTY (LOST DRIVERS LICENSE AT POST OFFICE PARKING LOT): 1200 WILLIAM D TATE AVE

Grapevine PD Blotter 12/3/18

  • BURGLARY OF VEHICLE (UNLOCKED CAR): 1400 PARK BLVD
  • FOUND PROPERTY (FOUND RING): 1000 IRA E WOODS AVE
  • CRIMINAL MISCHIEF (>=$100<$750; MAILBOXES KNOCKED DOWN): 3400 TIMBERLINE DR
  • CRIMINAL MISCHIEF (>=$100<$750; FENCE DAMAGED): 1700 STONEWAY DR
  • BURGLARY OF VEHICLE (RIGHT REAR WINDOW SMASHED – CASH TAKEN): 100 E SH 114
  • DECEASED PERSON (WELFARE CHECK): 600 PARK BLVD
  • BURGLARY OF VEHICLE (UHAUL: RECOVERED/STOLEN ITEMS): 900 WATER OAK DR
  • THEFT UNDER $100.00 (THEFT OF FRONT LICENSE PLATE): 1700 WILLIAM D TATE AVE
  • POSSESSION OF DRUG PARAPHERNALIA-TO INJECT INHALE: 1300 WILLIAM D TATE AVE
  • DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED (2ND OFFENSE): 2500 HALL JOHNSON RD
  • DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED (TRAFFIC STOP LEADS TO 2ND OFFENSE): 1200 WILLIAM D TATE AVE
  • DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED (2ND OFFENSE/POSS OF MARIJUANA (>2OZ)/ EVADING WITH A VEHICLE: 100 N SH 121

Grapevine PD Blotter 11/29-11/30/18

November 29, 2018:

  • ASSAULT-PHYSICAL CONTACT: 1500 GAYLORD TRL
  • CRIMINAL TRESPASS: 1600 W SH 114
  • DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED (2ND OFFENSE): 5300 S SH 121 (POSSESSION OF DRUG PARAPHERNALIA/DWI
  • POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA (<2 OZ)/UNAUTHORIZED USE OF VEHICLE: 600 PARK BLVD
  • DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED: 100 GREAT WOLF DR
  • POSSESSION OF A CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE (< 28 G): 100 GREAT WOLF DR
  • INDECENT EXPOSURE: 800 IRA E WOODS AVE
  • DECEASED PERSON: 2300 GRAYSON DR
  • FOUND PROPERTY (FOUND CASH IN BIG LOTS PARKING LOT): 1200 W SH 114
  • BURGLARY OF VEHICLE (GAS SIPHONED FROM A VEHICLE): 900 TURNER RD
  • THEFT UNDER $100.00: 1600 W SH 114

November 30, 2018:

  • DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED (BAC >= 0.15): 1600 E SH 114
  • LOST PROPERTY (LOST WALLET): 1600 W COLLEGE ST

Scam Alert from Grapevine PD

46511086_2226451650699649_8035687122788679680_nBurglars are getting crafty trying to get into homes, and we want to make sure your loved ones don’t fall victim to a scam that reached a Grapevine couple in their 70’s.

A man came to the front door and told the homeowner he was there to fix her fence. She met him in the backyard, and he proceeded to talk to her for the next 15 minutes outside. Then he suddenly said he was at the wrong home and was picked up by someone in a van.

A short time later the woman’s husband came home, and discovered several things were missing from inside their house (a gun safe, firearms, and jewelry). Detectives believe the man lured the woman outside so another thief could break in and steal their valuables. The theft happened just after lunchtime, and the woman did not feel threatened at the time.

Please remind loved ones, especially if they are older, to watch out for this kind of scam. When victims are not suspicious, they are not paying attention to features that may help identify the thieves or their vehicle, making it easy for criminals to get away undetected.