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Posted on: October 18, 2011

[ARCHIVED] Police Dept. Press Release 10/18/2011

Officers investigated a report of shoplifting when the manager at the Maverick store reported a nine year old male had shoplifted several items from the store. The child could not be located and the parents have been advised.

An Auto Burglary report was taken on Bridger Drive when the victim reported someone stole his subwoofer speaker box from the rear of 1999 silver GMC pickup truck. The victim valued his loss at $800. Anyone with information please call the GRPD at 872-0555.

Officers investigated a crash on Uinta Drive when a car driven by Clara Caine drove off the roadway and struck the curb causing her tire to go flat and possible under carriage damage. No injuries were reported.

Officers investigated a crash on Apache Ave when a truck driven by Jose Lizarraga Corrales backed into a parked van owned by Buck Heating and Air Conditioning. Damage to both vehicles was minimal and no injuries were reported. Corrales was cited for No Proof of Insurance.

A Malicious Mischief report was taken at the Catholic Church when the grounds keeper advised a fence was knocked over and a spot light was broken. He estimated the repair costs at about $150. Anyone with information please call the GRPD at 872-0555.

Officers investigated a report of Domestic Battery on Monroe Ave when the reporting party advised she witnessed a mother punching a 16 year old female in a neighboring apartment. The suspect and victim were questioned and no signs of a physical altercation were observed by the officers and the victim denied being struck by her mother.

Officers assisted ambulance personnel on Crossbow Drive with an individual who is feeling ill and wanted transport to the hospital.

Officers assisted Probation and Parole personnel with witnessing drug tests on Commercial Way.

A parking complaint was taken on S Wagonwheel Drive.

Animal Control Officer responded to a snake problem on Kentucky Street.

Officers assisted ambulance personnel on Crossbow Drive with a subject who is having trouble walking.

Officers responded to a 911 call at the Hampton Inn when a customer accidently dialed 911 when trying to make an overseas call.

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