BUSINESSMAN CALLS OUT OTHER BUSINESS ABOUT LOUD MUSIC
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SMELLS LIKE MARIJUANA AT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL?: At 11:49 a.m. Feb. 25, police were called to Text ColorSwatch/NoneStrokeStyle/$ID/SolidText ColorSwatch/NoneStrokeStyle/$ID/Solid$ID/NothingText ColorText Color$ID/NothingText ColorText ColorGrandview Elementary School, 1583 Grand Ave., to meet with principal Dave Grubbs regarding a suspicious odor.
Grubbs told police that the school counselor and several other teachers had noted a suspicious odor on Feb. 21 in a section of the school. The odor was described to Grubbs as possibly being marijuana.
Grubbs said the odor was again present, and he asked if police could help identify whether or not the odor was marijuana. Grubbs walked police to the area outside of a couple of rooms, including the counselor’s office, teacher work area and small conference rooms.
Police didn’t detect any odor of marijuana, and the counselor advised police that the odor was gone after five to 10 minutes.
Grubbs asked police if he could have an officer come back if the odor was present again, and police said they would come back again.