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9/25 - A man was booked into Grant County Jail on charges of domestic violence and intimidating a public servant after after a police officer reported seeing a female subject being to the ground.

- A 911 hangup call turned out to be a Coulee Gas employee trying to report a drunken driver leaving in a car. Grand Coulee police informed Coulee Dam police about the possible DUI.

- A woman’s car was towed after she was pulled over near the overlook area just above Grand Coulee Dam for having an expired registration. The driver didn’t have a license or insurance, and had three misdemeanor warrants out of three different counties. Grant County Jail had a temporary restriction on accepting females. The woman took the tow information and left on foot, along with her passenger.

9/26 - A driver called police to say he had hit a deer near the intersection of SR-174 and Partello. The driver was going 35-40 miles per hour when a deer jumped out in front of him.

9/27 - A woman called police when she thought her Palmer Ave. neighbors were fighting and she noticed the man had a gun and that children were present. The neighbor said he was a gun owner, and that he and his family had just returned from Spokane. There was no fighting.

9/28 - A man hit the car parked next to him at North Cascades Bank when he was backing his truck out. An officer took photos and made a collision report.

- An officer was unable to locate a reported screaming child on Burdin Blvd.

- Someone reported finding clothes and boots with possible blood on them at Coulee Playland. The responding officer knew to whom the clothes belonged, and returned them to the man. The possible blood was red wood stain. The man had forgot his clothes there after taking a shower.

9/29 - There was a report of a male pounding on the window of a Second Street home. The homeowner said everything was fine.

- A man was issued a speeding ticket for going 50 mph in the 30 mph near the overlook area just above Grand Coulee Dam.

- A woman’s wallet was found on SR-155 between Coulee City and Electric City. The wallet had IDs and credit cards in it, but police had not been able to contact the woman at the time of the report.

- A woman who had drunk too much was taken from a Grand Ave. home to Coulee Medical Center.

- A woman on E Street thought she couldn’t simply be kicked out of a house where she was staying. The officer spoke to the owner, who confirmed the woman had been living with him for over a month and had received mail at the residence. That meant she couldn’t just be kicked out. The parties agreed that she could stay in a side trailer on the property.

- Explosions were reported to have been heard near A St. and Second Ave., but an officer wasn’t able to find anything.

9/30 - A wallet was found at Coulee Gas. Police were unable to contact the owner.

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9/9 - A woman was putting her belongings in the back of a pickup truck on Camas. She told police she needed to put herself somewhere. The officer told her no one was supposed to be at that property, and to remove her stuff, which she did.

9/13 - An officer found no evidence of stolen property when speaking to people on bikes near Kit Road and determined the report was unfounded.

- An anonymous caller reported a domestic dispute at the River View Apartments. An officer found no problem, and the occupants said no one had been arguing nor loudly talking all night.

9/15 - A man that a woman didn’t want in her Holly St. home left, she told police, and the officer was unable to locate the man. The man later returned to the woman’s home, and she told him to leave, which he did, and again the officer was unable to locate the man.

- A man was issued a citation for driving with a suspended license after being pulled over for failure to stop at a stop sign.

9/16 - An officer responded to a verbal argument outside of a house on Birch St. The arguing subjects had been drinking. The woman at the house agreed to go stay with a friend in Nespelem to get away from the situation.

- An alarm went off at the National Park Service building on Crest Drive. When the officer arrived, he saw the building was secure and no one was around. NPS was notified.

9/19 - While looking for a man wanted on a warrant at a Camas Street address, another man, also wanted on a warrant, answered the door. The officer confirmed the warrants and took him to Okanogan County Jail.


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