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10/3 - A woman on Dill Avenue reported that her 31-year-old daughter was missing.

- A woman given a ride to Safeway by a man she didn’t know told police later that she thought he was following her. She told an officer that she didn’t want him to contact her. Police found the man and told him not to make contact with the woman.

10/4 - A man on Roosevelt Drive was arrested and taken to Grant County jail on warrants. Police were going to the residence to present a temporary protection order on him.

10/5 - A woman on Roosevelt Drive told police that someone had taken about $25 in change from her unlocked car overnight. A few phone charger cables also went missing.

- A postal worker reported to an officer that an angry patron who couldn’t access his postal box before the office opened banged on the doors until someone responded. The clerk was told not to answer if the office was closed at the time.

- An officer assisted Coulee Dam police, checking a house on Columbia Avenue that had an open door. No one was inside and the house was secured.

10/6 - Police are asking for a charge of third-degree malicious mischief on a man suspected of forced entry into Flo’s Cafe. It wasn’t determined if anything was missing.

- A woman on Weil Place stated that a man showed up at her door, asked for “JJ” and appeared aggressive. She wanted the incident on file.

- The owner of Banks Lake Pub told police he received a phone call stating that the party had “hacked” his computer and they would correct the problem on payment of $200. He contacted his anti-virus company to get the problem corrected.

- An Electric City man wanted on six warrants was seen, arrested and taken to Grant County jail.

10/7 - A wanted man was found lying in the back seat of a vehicle at Coulee Boulevard East in Electric City. He was cuffed, arrested and taken to Grant County jail.

- A driver parked his car and left on foot after being stopped by an officer for not having a valid driver’s license. He was cited for driving without a valid license and not having insurance.

- Police responded to a domestic issue on Kelso in Electric City. The officer found that nothing physical had occurred, but the woman involved was wanted on a warrant. She was taken to Grant County jail on the warrant.

10/8 - A report of activity at West Grand Avenue in Electric City attracted police, who found that some men were loading cement blocks into a trailer. The parties told police that a city employee had stated they could have the blocks.

10/8- An officer assisted a Lincoln County deputy, who responded to a potentially suicidal person. After visiting with the suspect it was determined that he was OK. Later, they returned at the request of the man’s sister but couldn’t determine that they were needed.

Coulee Dam Police

10/2 - A man on Central Drive reported that someone had “egged” his house. The man told police that he thought he knew who did it.

- Officers requested that a vehicle that had been parked for a long time, and had expired tabs, be towed to Wilbur. The owner could not be contacted prior to the vehicle being removed.

10/3 - A woman reported that her son was missing. She told police that he was supposed to meet his aunt at the ballfield for a ride home but failed to show up. Later, he was found walking up the hill toward the dam.

10/5 - An Aspen Street resident reported several items were taken from his unlocked garage. Taken were two chain saws, a cordless drill with charger, a 40-piece drill set, two crimping tools and a roto zip tool.

- Police routinely checking a property on Columbia Avenue for the owner who was away found the garage unsecure. They secured the property and notified the owner.

- An officer was called to a house on Fir Street in regard to an alleged assault. The officer could not find any bruises and determined that the assault never occurred. He drove the woman to Nespelem, where she said she had a place to stay.

- Police were called to a Camas Street address where a neighbor had reported a fight going on. It was determined that it was just a loud argument. After making sure that things were OK, the officer left.

10/6 - Police advised a resident on Camas Street that he needed an eviction notice to get a person removed from his place since the man had resided there for over a year.

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