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Grant County Sheriff's Department Reports for 11/02/2012 – 11/04/2012


Domestic Disturbance
Bell St.
Caller reports known male subject hit his mom and broke her phone. Caller reports they are both in the bedroom now and he does have access to weapons.

Injuring Tampering with Motor Vehicles
Hwy 35
Incident report.

Domestic Violence Order Violation
Unknown Location
Caller reports a male subject was served a Domestic Violence Order Violation.

Criminal Trespass Warning
Rio De Arenas Mobile Home Park
Caller reports a known male subject is at the mobile home park, and he is a former employee. Caller is requesting a Criminal Trespass Warning for him.

Domestic Disturbance
Mountain View Rd.
Caller reports her mother was hollering at her and tried hitting her.


Weapons Fired
Grapevine Campground
Caller reports she and her friends were walking around in the campground and there were two male subjects shooting in the campground.

Breaking and Entering
Mountain View Dr.
Caller reports he received a call that two known male subjects were breaking into his house.


Domestic Disturbance
1st St.
Caller reports her husband slapped her and is threatening her. Caller advises she will be waiting in her vehicle.

Ambulance Requested
Elk Trail
Caller reports a 48-year-old male subject had an accident with a horse and is unconscious.

Breaking and Entering
Fox Field
Caller reports their vehicle was broken into.

Accident Property Damage
Hwy 180
Caller reports they hit a deer.

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