2/4 - A Grand Coulee man reported the theft of some medications and $20 cash. When police asked him about it, he replied that he didn’t want to be contacted by police. The officer provided the man with a statement form.
2/5 - A woman on B Street told police that her intoxicated boyfriend yelled at her and threatened to throw her out of the house. When the officer arrived, the boyfriend was asleep and the woman said she hadn’t been hit or abused, only yelling had occurred.
She was given a New Hope kit.
- A student at Center Elementary School was issued an emergency expulsion after making threats and causing a disturbance. Police were called, but no action was taken at the time.
2/6 - A woman told police that a man was lying on the pavement in bitter cold weather and when asked to leave her property, he refused. The officers learned that he had a no-contact order for the property and recognized that the man needed attention. He was taken to Coulee Medical Center for observation and issued a criminal trespass citation.
2/7 - An Electric City man was informed that a vehicle belonging to his son was parked in an out-of-the-way place near the golf course. The man said his son planned to go and get the vehicle.
- A Hill Avenue apartment manager reported that someone had kicked in the door to the laundry room. The manager stated that she didn’t think anything was missing but she was going to check and advise police.
- An Electric City man was cited for operating a snow machine in a restricted area posted by the city.
2/10 - A man was stopped on West Grand Coulee Avenue after an officer noticed his license tabs had expired. The man could not find his registration and failed to show coverage for insurance. He was cited for these infractions and warned on the tabs.
2/8 - Plant Protection advised police that a woman in a vehicle near the overlook area just above Grand Coulee Dam appeared to be drinking from a flask. Police found that the person and a companion were just listening to music.
- A Safeway employee called police to say he found a small baggie of a crystal-like material. Police took it as evidence but were not able to determine who had dropped it.
- A woman who had three prior drunken driving tickets was given another after an officer noticed she was swerving across the fog line. Her vehicle was towed and she was taken to a location where a person could pick her up.