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Counterfeit bills passed at Members First Credit Union

Grandview Heights police said an officer was dispatched Nov. 9 to Members First Credit Union, 1445 W. Goodale Blvd., on a report of the credit union having four counterfeit bills in its possession.

Two of the bills were brought into the union through a business deposit while the source of the other two bills is unknown. The counterfeit bills were sent to the Secret Service, police reports said.

In other recent Grandview police reports:

* A Dublin man was arrested Nov. 6 and charged with possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, driving outside marked lanes and operating a vehicle while under the influence, after an officer observed his vehicle swerving between lanes on northbound Dublin Road near the Grandview city limits. The man was released to a family member, reports said.

* A man reported Nov. 6 that his van was stolen sometime overnight from the 2200 block of West Fifth Avenue. The man said the keys were not with the vehicle and it was locked. The van was located at the city of Columbus impound lot. It had been towed there Nov. 4 from West Fifth Avenue at Lakeshore Drive due to its blocking the street or crosswalk and the suspicion that it was a stolen vehicle, reports said. An investigation into the matter is continuing.