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11/14 - Police had to kill a deer that had been struck near milepost 24 on SR-155. The deer didn’t have use of its back legs due to being struck by a vehicle.

11/16 - A local man reported receiving serious threats from an Oregon man, and the information was turned over to the FBI.

11/17 - A woman on West Grand Avenue reported that someone had broken into her home and taken her wallet and some pills.

- A resident on Goodfellow Avenue in Electric City told police that he had two phone calls threatening that the federal government was going to sue him. He said he knew it was a scam.

- Police had to kill a deer that had been struck near Spokane Way and West Grand.

11/19 - A person that a dog was barking on West Grand Avenue. An officer went to the site on two occasions but didn’t see or hear any dogs.

- Police were advised that a car was speeding around town and had turned up Spokane Way, and that someone in the car was bleeding. The reporting party later stated that the driver of the car had parked it and was walking away. Police went to the site and tried to get information from a passenger who only stated that she and the driver had been in a fight. Officers were unable to locate the driver.

- A woman was stopped for speeding near Coulee Playland. The officer discovered a warrant for her arrest. A man in the vehicle, who police said gave a false identification, later was identified and was also wanted on a warrant for his arrest. He was cited for violation of a no-contact court order and for giving police false information. Both were taken to jail.

11/21 - Police stopped a familiar vehicle because plates were displayed on the rear bumper and because the vehicle had been stopped earlier with plates that did not match the car. The woman driving was cited for not having insurance and for having plates not issued by the Department of Licensing. The plates were taken and returned to the DOL.

- A man on Division Street told police that during the night someone had gone through his three unlocked vehicles. He said everything had been tossed around but he didn’t think anything but loose change was missing.

- A Continental Heights man told police that someone had entered his unlocked truck during the night and taken a headlamp.

- A vehicle prowl on Van Tyne was reported to police. Taken was a gold necklace, a ring, and some CDs and a GPS unit.

- Dispatch advised that a passing motorist reported that some senior high kids were forcing elementary students to put their toes on the white line and stick their thumbs out to appear to be hitchhiking.

- A woman on E Street reported to police that when she went to her car to drive her child to school in Wilbur it appeared that someone had entered her car during the night and taken about $40 in change and some other items. The police report stated that there was no evidence that a door or window had been forced.

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11/11 - Police were notified of a vehicle prowl on Columbia Avenue.

- A driver was stopped near Greene Field because of a faulty headlamp when the officer learned that his registration was outdated and he didn’t have insurance. He was cited and told to get his headlamp fixed.

11/14 - Police checked on an intrusion alarm on Crest Drive.

- Animal control picked up a husky dog that was unlicensed on Camas Street.

11/16 - School officials reported to police that a young student had threatened a staff member at Lake Roosevelt Elementary School. The student had been corrected from harassing another student and then told the staff member that he was going to cut her tongue out. The staff member said she was fearful of the threat and the threat the boy might be to others.

11/17 - A man staying at Columbia River Inn told police that sometime during the night someone stole a kicker motor valued at $2,200. He gave police the serial number.

11/19 - A driver was stopped at the end of River Drive for speeding, but ended up being cited for an expired registration.

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