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11/25-26 - A disagreement over child custody on Fourth Street was eventually resolved with a temporary custody order and a temporary restraining order. The mother took custody of the child while an officer stood by.

- A woman lost her phone while in Moses Lake, and while using the “Find My Phone” app, traced it to apartments in Royal City. Grand Coulee Police attempted to contact Royal City Police, but no one was on duty. Grand Coulee Police told her to try to call Royal City Police the next day.

11/26 - A man was reported lying in the street near Pepper Jack’s Bar and Grille. The man was gone upon police arrival.

11/29 - The Electric City Post Office reported a customer was disrespectful to their employees. The man said he has had arguments with an employee regarding voter registration junk mail. The officer told the man, then the employees, that the man should collect his mail with little-to-no communication with the employees to avoid further arguments.

- A man at Coulee Gas said he had either misplaced his vehicle or it had been stolen. The officer noted the man was obviously intoxicated, staggering and slurring his speech. The man said he had been driving a Honda Pilot pulling a boat, got a room at Center Lodge, had a few adult beverages, then couldn’t find his car. The officer found the man’s vehicle at Federal and Main five minutes later, told him he could sleep worry-free now, and gave the man directions back to the motel.

11/30 - A woman reported that somebody was harassing her with high-beam headlights while she waited for a bus at Coulee Medical Center. The woman had no idea who it could have been.

11/30 - A woman was taken to Grant County Jail on a felony warrant for possession of meth after being spotted on SR-155 near milepost 25.

12/2 - A man pulled over at the overlook area just below Grand Coulee Dam for having expired tabs was cited for that, as well as for driving with a suspended license and without insurance. The man parked the car, thus preventing it from being towed.

- A Kent St. man reported a man wearing all Carhartt clothing was in his yard picking up trash and wood. An officer knew who he was talking about and told the subject not to collect cans from people’s yards. The man said he understood.

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11/20 - A woman reported a hit-and-run to her vehicle while it was parked on 11th Street. There was no paint transfer. An officer took photos of the damage.

11/21 - A dog near Douglas and Ferry was reported to be very aggressive and that it could hurt somebody. The dog sitter was contacted, and the dog was taken back to its owners, who live out of the area.

11/26 - Someone had gone to the casino at midnight and not returned to their motel by 7 a.m., which prompted the reporting party to contact police. The officer checked the casino and determined the subject had left from one door as he entered another. The officer checked back and everything was fine with the person and the reporting party.

- A Camas man is aggravated at his neighbor across the street for taking video of him with his phone. The neighbor said the man flipped him off while walking by and held his phone up as if recording the man. The officer told him he did nothing illegal but that it isn’t a good idea to stir the pot by pretending to film his neighbor. The complainant went to the police station later that day to express his aggravation about continually getting filmed. Police gave him a ride home, and again spoke to the neighbor to suggest he doesn’t film the man anymore.

11/28 - A man was arrested and cited with fourth-degree assault after reportedly being seen kicking and hitting his girlfriend outside Harvest Foods as witnessed by employees.

12/2 - Subjects involved in a collision at Lake Roosevelt school were given reports to fill out.

- A garage door on Pine Street was open. A daughter of the owners couldn’t see anything disturbed or missing. The windows and doors to the house were secure.

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