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Sheriff’s Blotter

| May 15, 2020 1:00 AM

Notable calls

for the day!


Day Shift handled the following calls:

• Deputies responded to Loch Maree Dr. in Hayden reference a Missing Person. A mother advised she hasn’t physically seen her daughter and her grandson since mid-April. Mom advised she received a “vague text” from her daughter on Mother’s Day. An ATL welfare check was requested and report completed. (She was located later in the afternoon by Deputies) 20-17353

Evening Shift handled the following calls:

• At the request of detectives, Deputies responded to the Roadway Inn on Sunshine Street in Coeur d’Alene and arrested a male for failing to follow multiple registry requirements. 20-17414

• While dealing with the SOR Violation call, Deputies observed a male and a female acting in a suspicious manner, ducking down to avoid being seen while sitting in an SUV parked at the Roadway Inn. When they contacted the male and female, they noticed the odor of marijuana coming from the vehicle. During the investigation they located approximately 6 grams of heroin, scales, a significant amount of cash and drug paraphernalia. The male was arrested for trafficking heroin and possession of paraphernalia. His girlfriend was charged for possession of paraphernalia and frequenting. 20-17422

• Deputies responded to the jail lobby after Detention Deputies reported a male was turning himself in two hours late after he had been sentenced to a rider for a previous injury to jail conviction. While waiting to be checked in, he decided he did not like to wait and round house kicked a computer in the lobby, completely destroying it. He was booked for felony injury to jail. He also punched the metal detector, but there was no visible damage to it 20-17443

Night Shift responded to the following calls:

• Deputies responded to N. Cliff House Road for a suspicious. R/P advised someone was at her residence and pounding on the front door screaming help. Deputies located a male subject. The male had two warrants out of Montana for a total of $70,000.00. Due to COVID-19, Montana would not extradite. Due to no other crimes being committed the male was provided a courtesy ride out of the area. 20-17459

• Deputies responded to Super 1 in Athol to assist ISP who had arrested a subject with a warrant and then began experience medical issues. ISP took Primary. 20-17455

• Deputies responded to Cda Casino for a malicious injury for a customer who punched a machine causing $1200.00 in damages. The male checked out of his room and left the casino prior to Deputies arrival. Deputies completed report 20-17460