Saturday, September 19, 2020

Sheriff's Blotter

| September 16, 2020 1:00 AM

Notable calls for the day!


Day Shift handled the following notable calls:

• Deputies located and arrested a male for his 4 outstanding warrants.

• Deputies responded to N. Chase Rd. for a suicide attempt. A female was distraught over a recent death in the family and attempted suicide by cutting her arms. The cuts were superficial and she was taken to KH for an evaluation.

• Deputies responded to W. Prairie Ave. for a reported domestic dispute. The R/P reported brother in law was trying to kick in her door and was armed with a rifle. When deputies arrived they contacted the R/P who stated the male was not actually kicking in the door but jiggling the handle. He did have a shotgun, but it was slung on his shoulder and no threats were made. The male was contacted and said he was on the property trying to find feral cats, hence the shotgun. He went to the house to see his brother but the door was locked. No crime was committed and an FI was completed.

Evening Shift handled the following notable calls:

• Deputies responded to Maverick at the corner of Dalton and Government Way and assisted CDAPD with a suicidal subject that ran out in the road and tried to get hit by a semi-truck. 20-39979

• Deputies responded to Saw Blade Ln in Coeur d'Alene and assisted CDA fire by flying the drone over the apartment checking on hot spots. He also took drone photographs for the Fire Investigator. 20-39981

Night Shift handled the following notable calls:

• Deputies responded to a non-injury rollover accident on Fernan Lake Rd x Discovery Point. The vehicle was eastbound on Fernan Lake Rd and lost control when the driver dropped his cigarette in his lap. The vehicle rolled onto its side down the ditch and took some time for Schaffer's to recover it. No alcohol involved and no injuries were reported. 20-40008

• Deputies responded to W. Highway 53 for a car fire. The callers said a vehicle was parked at this location fully engulfed in flames. Fire arrived and put the fire out and found it was a 2019 Toyota Prius. The Fire Investigator found that the vehicle was a pilot car and had aftermarket lights that shorted out and started the fire. 20-40015