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6/23 - Police located a woman in Safeway that had been banned from the store earlier, and reminded her that she would have to leave. She did.

- An officer returning from taking a person to Grant County jail struck a deer near milepost 22. The patrol car sustained damage to the front bumper, fender and headlamp area.

6/24 - An officer responded to a report of loud noise at a Hill Avenue apartment. All was quiet when the officer arrived, but an unlocked storage area was secured while the officer was on site.

- Police went to a Spokane Way home in order to retrieve a cell phone from a woman, but no one was home at the time. The officer found a bottle of vodka and some cigarettes on the patio next to the door, but nothing else.

- Police went to the city shop where a door was open and music playing. Police secured the door.

- A Snohomish man was arrested and taken to Grant County jail after a domestic issue at Sunbanks Lake Resort. A report of a weapon involved was not confirmed.

- Police checked on a storage unit alarm on A Street, but couldn’t find any problem.

6/26 - A woman on Dill Avenue asked police to declare her van stolen after her daughter failed to return it on time.

- The manager of apartments on Hill Avenue reported that someone had tipped a bucket of paint over and it had run all over the sidewalk. She gave police the description of a person in the area at the time, but that person wasn’t located.

6/27 - A Renton man was told he couldn’t fly his drone off Riley Point because of the electrical hazard from the high voltage power lines from Grand Coulee Dam. He told police he didn’t see any signs saying he couldn’t fly his drone.

- A city employee told police that there were some concerns about a dog on Ronald Drive. Police checked on the report and found a dog tied up under a deck with no water or food. The officer tried to locate someone on the property, but no one answered the door. The report stated the officer would continue to try to talk with the dog’s owner.

- Police advised a landlord on Burdin Boulevard that a dispute she had with a tenant was a civil matter.

6/28 - A man living on Young Street was arrested for possession of heroin after he allegedly tried to elude police when officers responded to a report that a man was striking two women. The man fled when he saw police officers and was chased down, tossing items away while running, including heroin “balls” and a syringe, police reported. Police found that the man was wanted on two warrants for his arrest. He was taken to Grant County jail.

- Police responded to a report of an unconscious man in an apartment doorway in Electric City. He was gone when police arrived.

6/29 - Police talked to juveniles on skateboards and a bicycle after receiving a complaint from a motorist who reported that she’d nearly hit the bike rider.

Coulee Dam


6/21 - Police found an open front door at the Lake Roosevelt High School gym. The officer went through the gym to make sure there was no one inside and secured the building.

6/22 - Tribal police asked for assistance in watching for a driver on her way to Coulee Dam who had been involved in a custodial interference. Later Tribal authorities advised police that they had the suspect stopped just outside of Coulee Dam.

6/23 - A woman on Holly Street advised police that someone had taken a handgun, some pills and a computer from her home. She offered police the name of a person she thought might be involved.

6/24 - Police took a man wanted on a felony warrant to Okanogan County jail.

- A couple on Cedar Street reported that someone had taken a large jar with about $1,000 in it during the night while they were away. They told police that they had been putting money in the jar for some time for a vacation.

6/25 - Police checked on a report of a suspicious woman at Cole Park. When confronted, the woman told police that all was well and she was just waiting for her father to come pick her up.

6/26 - While checking on a family dispute, police learned that a woman was wanted on a warrant out of Okanogan County. She was arrested and taken to jail.

6/28 - A woman whose vehicle had the windshield broken out was stopped. The officer found that the woman was wanted on a warrant related to unpaid fines and that she had never had a driver license. She was notified that she would receive a citation in the mail and told not to drive.


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