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9/10 - After receiving a complaint about the excessive noise, police asked a man on Stevens Avenue in Electric City to turn down the volume on a football game.

9/11 - A woman told police that a black and white dog that was loose ran up to her and she felt threatened by it.

9/12 - Police assisted a Coulee Dam officer who was taking an intoxicated woman to jail after the vehicle she was driving was damaged. The woman had driven over a traffic sign, damaging a tire and the front end of the car. A tow truck was called to remove the car from Fir Street.

- An officer checked on a person entering the Hi Dam Tavern and found that he was doing repair on a beer line.

- An officer assisted EMTs working with a person on Yakima Street NE.

- Two men calling each other names on East Grand Coulee Avenue were advised by police to knock it off.

- A man working on his vehicle on Federal Avenue was making too much noise and a person complained to police. A little later, police were called back to the site on a similar complaint. He was told to stop working on the vehicle for the night.

9/13 - A woman who had been playing bingo at the Banks Lake Pub told police that when she returned to her vehicle someone had taken a Luger pistol.

- A man on A Street called police to report that he had found a German shepherd-type dog running loose. Police responded and took the animal to the veterinary clinic.

- A Roosevelt Avenue man in Electric City reported that when he returned from work the front door of his home was ajar. The officer saw pry marks on the door. The owner of the house said it didn’t appear that anything was missing.

- A woman on Division reported that her vehicle and those of her neighbors had been “egged.”

9/14 - An Electric City woman was stopped because of a severely cracked windshield. When checking the woman’s driving status the officer learned that her license was suspended. She was cited, and a licensed driver came to take charge of the vehicle.

- Police observed a man on Federal Avenue who was wanted on a warrant on a burglary charge. He was arrested without incident and taken to Grant County jail.

- Police checked on some bogus 911 calls reportedly from Coulee Medical Center.

- A woman on Miller Avenue in Electric City had a strange man at her door and was alarmed. A neighbor reported that the man was staying with him and had gone to the door to get money so he could buy gas and move on.

- A 23-year-old Grand Coulee man wanted on a warrant turned himself in at the police station. Police took him to Grant County jail.

9/15 - A man reported to police that several of his items were stolen after he laid them aside before driving into Jack’s car wash. When he exited, the items were gone. Missing were tools, fishing gear and a gas can.

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