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10/30 - An official at the Moose Lodge reported that someone had stolen gas from his truck by puncturing a hole in the tank.

- A couple were cited for taking a bottle of whiskey from Safeway and not paying for it. Store officials asked that the two be banned from the store for a year.

10/31 - A customer at Loepps Furniture told police that someone damaged his vehicle while he was in the store.

- A man wanted by the Department of Corrections was picked up at a house on Bowen Street and taken to Grant County jail.

- Officers were called to Sunbanks Lake Resort on a domestic issue. When the officer got there a man reported that two of them had an argument and one man started kicking the side of a motorhome. He then ran away.

11/1 - A man who was found lying on the street on Electric Boulevard was giving police a bad time and appeared intoxicated. He finally mentioned a man’s name, whom police contacted. He said he would take care of the subject.

11/2 - Police stopped a vehicle that had non-matching plates on the front and back. The Nespelem driver was issued citations for driving with a suspended license, having altered plates and for not having insurance.

- A man on Kelso Avenue in Electric City was taken to Grant County jail after a domestic issue where he broke the window out of a vehicle. He was cited for domestic violence and malicious mischief.

- A woman on Bowen Street said she looked out the window and saw a person drive off with her vehicle. She told police who took it and said that he had taken it before. She said that it must be a game with him.

- An Electric City woman told police that someone had used her bank card twice, withdrawing money from her bank. Police are checking security cameras to see if they can identify the person.

11/4 - A Grand Coulee man complained to police that a vehicle was parked in a handicap zone and didn’t display a handicap sticker. The man who complained had a warrant out for his arrest, and he was taken to Grant County jail. The subject of the complaint did have a handicap permit but had forgotten to show it.

- A Grand Coulee woman was seen by an officer who knew she was wanted on two warrants. She was arrested on the warrants, one from Grant County and the other from Okanogan County, and taken to Grant County jail.

11/5 - Police went to Hill Avenue on a domestic violence call and found that a man had locked himself in the bathroom and called 911 when his woman friend made threatening remarks to him.

- Police arrested a Spring Canyon Road man on a warrant for his arrest and took him to Grant County jail.

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10/26 - A man on Columbia Avenue told police that his house and garage had been entered and that a compressor and two laptop computers were missing. He estimated the loss at about $800. Later, after he had asked his girlfriend to move out, he said that she started to ruin property, including a TV and other equipment, throwing articles at him. He stated that she had tossed as knife at him.

- A woman on Columbia Avenue who was playing music too loud, police learned had a suspended license.

10/27 - A dog on Stevens Avenue was muzzled because it had been barking.

10/28 - Police were called to assist a person to get into her house on Camas Street. It was explained that a person inside the house couldn’t get to the door because her power lift chair was not functioning. By the time police arrived, the party got inside the house when the chair started working again.

10/29 - A man on Civic Way reported that someone had taken two chain saws from his garage.

- Police served a restraining order on a party living at Central Drive.

11/4 - Police were called to the football field area to check on a female that appeared to be intoxicated. After trying to visit with her, police decided to ask for an ambulance to take her to the hospital. After being examined at the hospital, she was sent to a Spokane facility because she had taken approximately 18 cold tablets.

11/5 - A school official allegedly assaulted by a male student asked that charges be filed against him. The student had been disruptive both in the classroom and in the halls, using profanity. The student had pushed the school official in the chest, the school official said.

- A man who had parked his car on Sixth Street because it needed repair, told police that the license plates had been stolen from the vehicle.

- A woman on Central Drive told police that someone had stolen her laptop computer from her home.

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