Police records for Oct. 11, 2018

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Grant County Sheriff’s Office

Oct. 8

A stolen vehicle was reportedly found in a parking lot.

A woman reported losing a bag with $450 in cash and her ID.

A man reported guns stolen from his vehicle.

Oct. 9

A man reported that his uncle was threatening and harassing him.

A woman reported a package stolen out of her front yard.

A man reported that his roommate was vandalizing the house.

Cattle were reported in the roadway.

A woman reported that someone threw a glass bottle in the road and almost struck her vehicle.

A man reported that his ex was refusing to leave.

A woman reported that she was having drinks with her boyfriend and he began accusing her of stealing his phone.

A woman reported a female subject breaking things in her residence.

A man reported that bounty hunters came to his house looking for his brother and claiming to be police. The subjects reportedly pushed his mother out of the way and intimidated people.

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