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8/23 - Police have sent prosecutors a report of domestic violence by an Electric City man, alleging that he struck his wife and threw cold coffee on her while she was changing her baby’s diaper. Police are asking that fourth-degree assault charges be made.

9/6 - A man who was banned from Coulee Medical Center was cited with trespassing for being on premises but not for medical care.

- Police supported an Okanogan County Sheriff’s deputy who had tracked stolen property to a house on Columbia Avenue. No one was home at the house.

9/7 - A man on Third Street in Electric City said he heard car doors slamming and thought it might be a thief. No unidentified cars were in the area when police arrived.

- An Electric City man living on Stevens Avenue told police that someone had stolen a firearm from him. He said he had loaned it to a Coulee Dam resident, and after it was returned someone had entered his house and taken the gun.

- The owner of storage units on A Street reported that two locks had been cut, but the owner didn’t think anything was missing.

9/8 - A man complained that there was suspicious activity at an apartment on Hill Avenue. He was advised to inform the housing authority because there wasn’t an on-site manager.

- Police removed a dead deer near Pole Park that apparently had been hit by a vehicle.

- Another deer was hit above the canal and had two broken legs. Police had to kill the animal and remove it from the roadway.

- A man who had been banned from Coulee Medical Center was found on the premises, arrested and taken to Grant County jail.

- A woman on Second Street told police that her dog had been run over by a motorcycle. She said the motorcycle didn’t stop.

- A woman who allegedly assaulted a man on Grand Coulee Avenue was arrested and taken to Grant County jail. The man had recorded the incident on his phone.

- A man from Hoquiam who allegedly threatened an Electric City man over a purported relationship with a woman may face prosecution after he stated he might kill the other man. The report is being sent to the prosecutor’s office.

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