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:
- Grapevine Taxi Cab: (817) 501-2675 or http://www.grapevinetaxicab.com/
- Uber/Lyft: https://uphail.com/us/tx/grapevine/
- 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
By Doug Delony
The app ReplyASAP makes text messages, “unmissable between people that matter, since important messages shouldn’t be missed,” says its creator, Nick Hebert.
The app can freeze your child’s phone and even sound an alarm in silent mode. It essentially forces teenagers to stop what they are doing and reply to their worried parents, reports PureWow.
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Burglars 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.
Here are some tips from the Harris County Constable’s Office. Be safe this “Black Friday.”
Download and print the .pdf
By Nicole Luna
Drive.ai launched its self-driving car service in Frisco this week. The six-month pilot program will transport passengers within a geofenced area.
Here are seven facts you need to know about this program:
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By: FOX 13 News staff
TAMPA (FOX 13) – There has been a string of voluntary recalls due to salmonella fears recently, and while federal officials have identified the possible source, they say it could mean future recalls.
After recalls for Ritz crackers, Goldfish crackers, Swiss rolls and Hungry-Man frozen dinners, the Food and Drug Administration is warning that more recalls for possible salmonella contamination could be ahead.
The FDA says they believe the recalled product contain a common ingredient supplied by Associated Milk Producers. Officials said it is likely that other food products containing the same ingredient could be recalled in the coming days.
Read more from FOX 4 News…
No one wants their credit card information “skimmed” when paying at the pump. Here are a few tips and tricks from the Texas Agriculture Department to avoid becoming a victim of credit card thieves while fueling up!