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Sheriff's Blotter

| December 17, 2020 1:00 AM

Notable calls for the day!


Day Shift handled the following notable calls:

• A Patrol Sergeant responded to a report of a vehicle through the fence at Nunn and McFarland. It was determined the crash was old and the property owner had information for the driver that hit the fence.

• A Deputy took a malicious injury to property report at S. Hayden Ave. The R/P has been having trouble with her neighbors. She found one of her windows cracked and believed it was from neighbor’s throwing rocks at her window.

• A Deputy responded to W. Chrisshan Ct. for an unattended death. A 76 female, had significant health issued and had been under Hospice Care. Nothing suspicious.

Evening and Night Shift handled the following notable calls:

• Deputies responded to multiple slide-offs throughout the night in various locations around the county.

• A Deputy was in the area of the City of Worley when a reported stolen vehicle/possible DUI drove by. He initiated a traffic stop and a pursuit was started. At one point during the pursuit the suspect rammed a patrol vehicle and hit a Tribal police officer with his car. Shots were fired by Deputies and the pursuit was ended a short time later. The suspect was taken into custody and treated at the scene by Deputies and medical. He was taken to Kootenai Health for treatment and arrested for felony eluding. More charges are pending.

Notable calls for the day!


Day Shift handled the following notable calls:

• A Deputy took a snowplow vs car crash in the area of N. Friar Dr. Non-injury.

• A Deputy took a two vehicle, non-injury crash at Meyer and Hayden.

• A Deputy took a report at N. Maple St. A business bought several Amazon Fire Tablets from a web site developer. When the company tried to activate the tablets, Amazon had them listed as stolen. The owner of the tablets has not been identified. Investigation ongoing.

• Deputies responded to N. Trails End Rd. A female was involved in a traffic crash near the address on 11/10/20. The driver/owner was arrested at the crash scene for DUI but did not want her car towed. She requested a male friend take her car to the residence on Trails End Rd. When she went to retrieve the car, it had been stripped down. Report completed.

• A CSO took a fraud report at N. Ainsworth Dr. An R/P reported his son gained access to his phone and used its Apple Pay feature to buy items. The R/P’s Apple Pay is attached to his bank account. Report completed.

Evening and Night Shift handled the following notable calls:

• Deputies responded to a two vehicle injury crash at Ramsey and Cardinal. A female was driving south on Ramsey Road when she struck the vehicle in front of her who was stopped in traffic. She suffered a leg injury and was transported to Kootenai Health. The other driver was unharmed in the crash. A crash report was taken. 20-53158

• Deputies responded to E Hayden Lake Road for a possible suicide threat. An R/P called to report that his adult daughter made a suicidal statement of "you'll never see me again." Upon further investigation, it was learned that daughter was not suicidal, and she only intended to leave without ever returning. It was also learned that daughter had pushed her 84 years old father, but he did not want to pursue charges, and a report was completed. 20-53162

• Several Deputies along with Northern Lakes Fire and Rescue responded to the Honeysuckle Boat Launch for a report of a vehicle in the water. It was reported by a group of teenagers at the beach that they happened upon the vehicle and upon further inspection they could see that the vehicle was fully submerged with a panicked female inside trying to escape. It was also originally reported that they witnessed an entire family inside the vehicle. Upon the arrival of the deputies and fire personnel they entered the water and was able to pull the female from the vehicle who was unresponsive and lifesaving efforts were started. The dive team was paged to conduct an additional search of the area. It was later learned the female was alone. The female was transported to KH with life threatening injuries. It was determined that alcohol was likely a factor and the driver did not purposefully drive into the water. Her family was notified and a report was completed. 20-53172

• Deputies responded to E Brundage Way for a report of a domestic dispute. An R/P called to report that his girlfriend was intoxicated and kicking him out. On scene it was learned that no crime was committed, however, the two were in an argument over common relationship issues. FI completed. 20-53173

• A Deputy responded to W Elk Drive for a report of a runaway juvenile. An R/P called to report that his son had run away from home. Dad said he knew where his son was and did not want him back tonight. He stated he would contact the son’s school resource officer in the morning to set up a meeting between him and his son to work out the issues. 20-53179

• A Deputy responded to Ramsey and Diagonal to assist fire with a fully engulfed vehicle. The fire was put out and the fire investigator responded to investigate. He determined there was no purposeful act, and the fire was likely caused by a malfunction. An incident report was completed to document the incident per the fire investigator's request. 20-53175

• Deputies responded to W Laura Lane for suspicious vehicle that was parked on a private road for the majority of the day. On scene they located a male inside the vehicle. During their investigation they learned the license plates on the vehicle were stolen, along with the vehicle; both from separate incidents out of Missoula, Montana. During a search of the vehicle multiple items of paraphernalia were located along with heroin, and over an ounce of methamphetamine. The male was arrested for Grand Theft by Possession, Trafficking Methamphetamine, Possession with Intent to deliver, and Possession of Heroin. He was also charged for Possession of Paraphernalia and Possession of Prescription Drug without a Prescription. 20-53157