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Sheriff's blotter

| July 20, 2021 1:00 AM

July 17

Total Phone Calls — 285 (These are non-emergency phone calls)

Total 911 Phone Calls — 294 (These are emergency calls)

Total calls dispatched — 524 (These represent every call entered into our system, which includes self-initiated activity from the officers and other first responders)

Day Shift handled the following notable calls: A Deputy stopped a vehicle at Highway 95 X Putnam. He contacted the driver who had a confirmed warrant out of Kootenai County. She also had a confirmed warrant out of San Diego County, California and they would extradite. She was arrested without incident. 21-30783

A Deputy responded to E. Flying Eagle Rd. for a malicious injury to property report. The R/P advised previous renters destroyed the residence when they moved out. 21-30789

A Deputy stopped a vehicle at OK Corral Rd. and Idaho Rd. He contacted and learned he was on felony probation. During a probation search, the driver admitted to throwing out a pipe from his vehicle when he observed the Deputy behind him. The pipe was located off Wyoming Ave. and the driver was arrested for possession of cocaine, possession of paraphernalia, and destruction of evidence. 21-30818

Deputies responded to the area of Burma Rd. and Highway 97 for a single vehicle roll over injury accident. 21-30828

Deputies responded to the Hauser Boat Launch and issued numerous parking cites.

Evening Shift handled the following notable calls: A Marine Deputy stopped a vessel on the Spokane River near Greensferry for expired registration. The operator exhibited signs of intoxication. He failed SFST's and refused to provide a breath sample. He was arrested for OUI and issued citations for invasive species and expired registration.

A Marine Deputy stopped a vessel on the Coeur d'Alene River near Harrison Dock Builders for a wake zone violation. The operator exhibited signs of intoxication. He failed SFST's and refused to provide a breath sample. He was arrested OUI and issued a citation for wake zone violation.

A Marine Deputy stopped a vessel near Honeysuckle Boat Launch for no navigation lights. The operator exhibited the signs of intoxication. He failed SFST's and refused to provide a breath sample. He was arrested for OUI and issued a citation for no navigation lights.

A Marine Deputy stopped a vessel on the Spokane River near Blackwell Island for negligent operations. The operator exhibited signs of intoxication. He failed SFST's and refused to provide a breath sample. He was arrested for OUI and issued a citation for negligent operations.

A Marine Deputy stopped a vessel at the mouth of the Spokane River expired registration and no invasive species sticker. The operator exhibited signs of intoxication. He failed SFST's and provided breath samples of .169/.158. The vessel was released to a sober passenger and the operator was charged for OUI.

Deputies responded to Lancaster Road and Huetter Road for a non-injury crash. During the investigation Deputies learned the driver was traveling westbound on Lancaster traveling at a high rate of speed when he collided with another vehicle. The driver exhibited signs of intoxication and provided breath samples of .262/.248. He was charged with DUI.

A Deputy responded to South Highway 3 for a report battery. An R/P reported that a male had accused him of stealing property and a fight ensured. The suspect male struck R/P in the face with a landscape fabric roll causing a black eye. The R/P did not want to press charges, but only wanted, "us to arrest him and put him in rehab at the courtesy of the tax payers."

A Patrol Sergeant assisted AMP and arrested a female on an Agents Warrant.

Night Shift handled the following notable calls: A Deputy stopped and arrested a male driver at Prairie Ave x Cornerstone for DUI. He blew .123/.118. 21-30963

A Deputy stopped and arrested a female driver at Seltice Way x Ante Rd for DUI. She blew .225/.215. 21-30984

A Deputy and arrested a male at Hwy 95 x Neider Ave for possession of methamphetamine and paraphernalia. 21-30989