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Sheriff’s Blotter

| May 7, 2020 1:00 AM

Notable calls

for the day!

05-05-2020

• Deputies responded to the area of Hwy 95 and Fairmont Loop for an Abandoned Vehicle facing the wrong direction on Fairmont Lp. Deputies learned the vehicle had been reported stolen out of CDAPD’s jurisdiction last night. 20-16238

• Deputies responded to N. Gleason Road for a welfare check on a male. The male’s VA rep has not heard from him for an extended amount of time. Upon arrival, it appeared the male was in the process of moving out with very minimal items remaining at the residence. 20-16225

• Deputies responded to area of N. Derting Road in reference to RP hearing a male yelling for help. The RP advised she could hear a male yelling for help for approximately 10 minutes and then the yelling stopped. A Deputy along with several neighbors checked as close as they could get to the area by foot and ATV and were unable to locate anyone or anything. Deputies later learned there were some men training some hound dogs in the area, and this could have been the source of what she originally heard. 20-16279

• Deputies handled a non-injury hit and run crash at Government Way X Prairie Ave. 20-16275

• Deputies responded to the area of E. Sunnyside Rd. & E. Borley Rd. for an Injury Motorcycle crash. A male failed to negotiate a curve, ran off the road, and crashed. He was transported due to receiving facial/head injuries. He was wearing a helmet, but not full face. 20-16293

• Deputies took a theft report at W. Hudlow Dr. in Post Falls. A female wanted to report her ex-boyfriend had taken belongings including a food stamp debit card , Mobile Credit Union Card, a car stereo and other items needed to care for the baby. The Deputy was unable to locate the male and completed a complaint request. 20-16321

• Deputies responded the area of N. Westview Dr. and E. Lookout Dr. for a possible suicide threat. A female made suicidal comments and a possible domestic violence situation to EMS personnel. Once on scene and after a few questions it was determined no domestic violence situation and she was upset because her boyfriend would not take her to the hospital for various ailments. She was taken to KH. 20-16324

• Deputies responded to the Lookout Dr. area for a possible weapons offense. While checking the area a Deputy checked out on a suspicious vehicle parked in a turn out and contacted a male. The male, who is on felony probation was acting odd and was evasive with the Deputy’s questions. No crime had occurred and the male’s mother arrived on scene and took him home while his brother drove his truck home. 20-16346

• A Deputy to the Fighting Creek Smoke Shop regarding a burglary report. An unknown male juvenile entered the store and stole a 12 pack of White Claw, apparently he believed there are “No laws with the Claws”. While the male was running out of the store the box ripped open and 6 cans fell out. The clerk was able to provide a plate for the vehicle, which returned to an adult male. The male stated his step daughter, had the vehicle, she was going to a bon fire at an unknown location, and did not have cell service. The male stated he would have his step daughter contact the Sheriff’s Office when she returned home. 20-16367

• Deputies responded to the jail regarding a battery report. 20-16377

• A Deputy responded to an address on West Green Court regarding a trespassing report. It was reported a juvenile male was highly intoxicated at the location. The juvenile was cited for MIP alcohol and his mother was called to pick him up. 20-16382