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Sheriff's Blotter

| December 2, 2020 1:00 AM

Notable calls for the day!


Day Shift handled the following notable calls:

• Deputies responded to a domestic dispute in the French Gulch area. Upon their arrival they arrested a male for attempted strangulation and cited for domestic battery 20-51170.

• A Deputy responded to N Pastime St. regarding a residential burglary. Upon his arrival he contacted a male and learned an unknown person broke out a glass sliding door and stole multiple items including TVs and a shotgun. 20-51165

• Deputies responded to W. Sunny Slopes Rd. regarding a possible theft. Upon their arrival they learned a there was no theft and it was a misunderstanding on where the items were placed. A Deputy was able to have the parties sit down and have a reasonable conversation to sort out this issues. The incident was identified as a civil issued 20-51164

• Deputies responded to E. Perimeter Rd. regarding to a Fight. Upon their arrival they learned two females got into an argument and then a pushing match ensued, but neither party wish to pursue charges. 20-51190

Evening Shift handled the following notable calls:

• Deputies responded to the Hayden Super One after it was reported that two subjects had just stolen a motorized cart. The two subjects were located a short distance away. The cart was also located in the general area of where the two males were located. During the investigation the two admitted to taking the cart off the property. They were both charged with theft. 20-51228

• A Deputy stopped a vehicle at 4th and Deerhaven. The driver showed signs of impairment. A subsequent DUI investigation was completed and she was arrested for DUI. .143/.147 20-51237

• A Deputy assisted on the above DUI and contacted the passenger who initially gave a false name. It was learned through conversation with the driver that the original name was fake. When he was confronted about it he continued to lie. The passenger eventually admitted to having a warrant, and gave the correct name. He was arrested for providing false information to law enforcement and his warrant.

Night Shift handled the following notable calls:

• A Deputy responded to Riverview Dr. X StoneRiver Dr for a non-injury vehicle rollover. 20-51246

• Deputies responded to Crossroads Texaco for a welfare check. Anonymous female sent a text message to central stating she had picked up a female who had been beaten up by her boyfriend but didn’t want to report it. The anonymous RP said she dropped the female off at Crossroads. Deputies contacted the female who said she had crashed her vehicle in Bonner County. She denied any domestic violence and refused to meet with deputies in the Athol area and claimed to be in Bonner County. 20-51290

Notable calls for the day!


Day Shift handled the following notable calls:

• Due to the snow storm in the morning, deputies handled several slide offs and minor crashes.

• Deputies assisted Health and Welfare with a court ordered investigation at E. Seltice Way. Deputies made contact at the residence and then stood by to ensure safety of the H&W worker during the investigation.

• A Deputy arrested a female for her warrant on E. Nunn Rd.

• Deputies assisted with some hunters that got stuck on FS 434 near Leberg Saddle. One hunter became stuck and then the friend that went to help retrieve said hunter, also became stuck.

• A Deputy responded to N. Friar Dr. for a possible suicide attempt. One of the residents stated she wanted to die and jumped off the back balcony of the house and landed on the hillside. The female was injured in the fall and transported to KH via ambulance and placed on a hold for observation.

Evening Shift handled the following notable calls:

• A Deputy contacted an R/P who was reporting he was tracking his phone that was stolen in an auto burglary that was reported earlier in the day. The Deputy located the vehicle and conducted a traffic stop at Hanley X Ramsey. His investigation lead to the recovery of the stolen cell phone, a stolen firearm and other stolen property from the previously reported auto burglaries. The owner of the vehicle was arrested for Possession of Stolen Property-Felony, Grand Theft, 2 Counts of Burglary, and cited for Petit Theft. 20-51375

• Deputies responded to the 2700 Blk of W. Diagonal Rd for an unknown injury crash. On scene they contacted the driver of the vehicle who advised he didn't have any head lights which caused him to leave the roadway and crash his car. He was arrested on an out of state warrant.

• During the crash investigation the driver advised the passenger in the vehicle had left the scene. Responding deputies attempted to locate passenger but were not successful. A short time later passenger called 911 due to having chest pain from the accident. Medical transported the male to Kootenai Health where Deputies made contact and learned he also had out of state warrants. Once he was cleared by medical staff, Deputies arrested on his warrant. 20-51386

Night Shift handled the following notable calls:

• Deputies responded to Stateline Showgirls for a trespassing/unwanted report. On scene they contacted a male who was reportedly acting aggressively to patrons and staff. He was trespassed and left the business. 20-51409