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Coulee Cops

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Grand Coulee

Police

11/2 - An officer assisted in the search of a suspect and found a baggie with a crystal-like substance. The material was retained by the North Central Washington Task Force.

- A man reported to police that someone had poisoned a dog on Jackson Avenue in Electric City.

- A man on Young Street was arrested and is being charged with unlawful imprisonment and fourth-degree assault. He was taken to Grant County Jail.

11/3 - Police were called to Continental Heights when a person refused to leave when asked to. The person left when an officer arrived.

- A vehicle rolled through a barbed-wire fence at Fifth and Sunny Drive in Electric City. The vehicle suffered minor damage.

- Police responded to a call about a woman who appeared to be suicidal at Coulee Medical Center. The woman was in a vehicle there and refused to enter the hospital. Officers convinced her to go inside for treatment.

- A man on West Grand Avenue was arrested and taken to Grant County Jail on a domestic violence issue over a TV remote.

- A woman on Coulee Boulevard in Electric City reported that someone in a black car was chasing deer and shooting at them with a pellet gun. Police were unable to find the persons responsible.

11/4 - A woman on Banks Avenue reported that she thought someone was burglarizing her basement. Police looked in the basement and everything appeared to be in order.

- A businessman on Burdin Boulevard reported two dogs running loose. He said he thought he knew who the dogs belonged to and would rather notify the party himself than have the police to do so. Police patrolled the area but couldn’t locate the dogs.

- Tribal police asked for help finding a 14-year-old girl who had run away from her grandmother’s home. The girl was found and tribal officers took her back to her grandmother’s home.

- Police received a report that a man was walking down Spokane Way with a rifle on his back and drinking a beer. Police found the man with a chainsaw on his back and drinking a Pepsi.

- A man was stopped near Four Corners after an officer noticed he was speeding. The officer found that the man didn’t have a driver license and no insurance. He was cited and a licensed driver took charge of the vehicle.

11/5 - A man complained of a barking dog on Roosevelt Drive. Police located the dog but there wasn’t anyone home to take care of it.

- A Nespelem man who was driving a borrowed car near the Visitor Center was cited for an outdated registration and for not having insurance.

- A Coulee Dam man was cited for failing to stop at the intersection of Federal Avenue and Spokane Way. He was also cited for not having insurance.

Coulee Dam

Police

10/31 - An officer found that the yield sign at Pine Street and Civic Way had been vandalized.

11/2 - A woman on Pine Street reported that she had been without power for three days and she was getting cold. Town workers were scheduled the to solve the problem the next day.

- An officer assisted Grand Coulee police on a domestic violence call on Young Street.

11/3 - Police responded to a trespassing report on Holly Street, but when they arrived there was no one home.

11/5 - Three drivers were given warnings for driving over the speed limit in a school zone.

- Warnings were given to drivers for speeding and for rolling through a stop sign.

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