Friday, December 01, 2023

Sheriff's blotter

| May 5, 2021 1:00 AM

Notable calls for the day!


Day Shift handled the following notable calls:

• Deputies responded to the KCSO parking lot at shift change for a found adult male. The elderly male was found confused by a good citizen and brought to our lot. The male suffers from dementia and lives in Dalton with his wife. She was not awake yet and did not know he was gone. After getting a coffee and pastry, he was brought home and his family was notified.

• A Deputy responded to Hauser Lake for a female located on the side of the road. She appeared to be sleeping. When contacted by Hauser Lake Fire, it was determined that she had been left there by her husband. Both parties were from MT. Deputies provided her a transport to the Crisis Center for some assistance.

• A Deputy handled a call of an Aggravated assault from last night. The R/P reported that a male pulled a gun on him and threatened to kill him. The R/P advised it was over a female, whom was a witness, but stated he did not want to bring her into it. The R/P would not provide any context for the event or any of the witness's names. A report was completed with the limited information provided.

• A Deputy located a male transient, in the area of Govt Way X Boekel Rd. after he was called in as a suspicious. No crimes were known to be committed, however, he was clearly suffering from mental issues and did not have a plan as to where he was going to go. He was transported to the Crisis Center.

• Deputies responded to a report of an ongoing domestic between a male and female. Both were intoxicated and verbal. The female had a cut on her head, however, stated it was unrelated to their arguments and more related to her drinking. Neither party advised of anything criminal. A report was completed.

• A Deputy assisted Back Country and FS with traffic enforcement in the area of Nettleton Gulch, reference motorcyclists speeding in the area. There were limited speed violations but several registration violations.

Evening Shift handled the following notable calls:

• A Deputy responded to a reported Unattended Death. The RP advised a female there appeared to be unresponsive. On scene Deputy nothing suspicious. 21-17675

• Deputies responded to a reported Trespassing. The RP, her husband and the neighbors are feuding over HOA issues and today the neighbor allegedly drove through their lawn. 21-17674

• Deputies to Triple Play for Citizen Dispute. A male had been causing issues throughout the day, and had just admitted to management that he also had been smoking marijuana. The male was cooperative and was trespassed for a year per mgmt. 21-17690

• A Deputy responded to the area of Seasons Rd X Hwy 41 for a Property Damage crash. A green 4 wheeler struck a green pickup truck with a purple canopy. Report taken. 21-17689

• Backcountry Deputies handled an ATV stuck out past FSR 437. Subjects were transported to safety. 21-17680

• Backcountry Deputies also responded to a report of "Shots Fired" (Weapon Offense) wherein the RP reported she was picking mushrooms with her family and then someone started firing a weapon in the vicinity. The area was checked but no one was found shooting.

• Deputies responded to Hwy 95 approx. mm 427 reference a CPR in progress in a vehicle. On scene units along with Fire/EMS located a female that was Overdosing. EMS transported, incident report taken due to drugs being located on scene. 21-17717

• A Deputy responded to the area of Broadmoore Estates reference a female going through people's mailboxes. The Deputy located the juvenile female at home, and in possession of mail (a neighbor's pens) that she had stolen and taken home. The female is on probation and was arrested for Petit Theft. 21-17719

Night Shift handled the following notable calls:

• A Deputy took a stalking report from Walmart. An employee advised a former employee had asked her out twice in the past and she declined, since then and since his termination, he continuously comes into the store asking for her and waiting for her in the parking lot. The male’s identity was not able to be confirmed as the manager on duty did not have access to former employee files. A report was taken. 21-17722

• A Deputy stopped a vehicle at Government Way and Aqua Ave. He made contact with the driver, and the passenger. A K-9 Deputy and his partner were called in to assist. K9 Dyno indicated to the odor of drugs in the vehicle. Initially, the driver argumentative and uncooperative, but ultimately complied with getting out of the vehicle. She admitted to paraphernalia in the vehicle. Both parties were detained and several items of paraphernalia, marijuana and prescription pills (oxys) were located within the vehicle. The driver became uncooperative again and would not follow Deputies commands. When they were trying to secure her in the vehicle, she kicked the Deputy in the face. The driver was arrested for battery on a peace officer, possession of paraphernalia and resisting. The passenger was arrested for possession of a controlled substance and possession of paraphernalia. 21-17749

Notable calls for the day!


Day Shift handled the following notable calls:

• A Deputy responded to 30401 N Old HWY 95 and assisted with traffic control due to a utility problem. Beacon Pizza had their natural gas main line punctured.

• A Deputy responded to a runaway juvenile. Upon his arrival he learned juvenile female ran away from home due to not being able to watch a TV show. A Patrol Sergeant located the female and she was transported back to the residence.

Evening and Night Shift handled the following notable calls:

• A Deputy responded to an address on North Cliff House Road regarding a property damage crash. The driver stated she was traveling north on North Cliff House Road when she looked down to view her cellular phone. As she was looking down the driver’s vehicle left the roadway, struck a mailbox, and proceeded down the embankment. The Deputy completed an accident report and the driver was issued a citation for distracted driving.

• Deputies responded to the area of Wolf Lodge Campground regarding a reported suicide threat. Shoshone County called to advise us that a female had called them to report her husband as suicidal. She also stated the male had threatened to hurt anyone who tried to intervene. Shoshone made contact with the male who stated he had a gun. A Deputy located the vehicle at the Sherman Mobile and he and another Deputy attempted to stop the vehicle for a welfare check. The vehicle continued to the next available exit and stopped. Upon contact The Deputy could smell the odor of an alcoholic beverage emanating from the vehicle. The male stated he was not suicidal until the Deputy started the criminal investigation. After SFST's the male provided breath samples of.137131 and was arrested for DUI. He was also found to be in possession of a pistol and was arrested with possession of a firearm while intoxicated. Additionally, because he did not immediately stop for Law Enforcement he was also arrest for eluding.

• A Deputy stopped a vehicle near the intersection of North Ramsey Road and West Prairie Avenue for expired registration. The driver stated he had purchased the vehicle approximately one year ago. During the contact The Deputy observed what he believed to be paraphernalia inside the vehicle. A K9 was requested and ultimately alerted to the presence of narcotics. The Deputy located several items of paraphernalia and pills (Oxy) inside the vehicle. The driver was arrest for possession of drugs and issued a citation for paraphernalia.

Notable calls for the day!


Day Shift handled the following notable calls:

• Units responded to a custodial interference report a male and female. They do not communicate as stipulated in the custody order and their son refuses to go with mom on the days she has visitation.

• Units responded to a physical domestic between a husband and wife. The R/P called in to say her estranged husband showed up to her residence after being gone for about a year and "punched her in the top of chest." Apparently a passerby witnessed the event and shouted at the male "let her go." Once on scene and after taking statements, a warrant was requested.

Evening and Night Shift handled the following notable calls:

• A Deputy responded to a trespassing/unwanted person. A female was at the residence and was asked to leave by the new owners. When she refused, the R/P got angry and they had to call KCSO to have her trespassed. The Deputy responded to the scene and determined the female had no legal standing on the properties and formally trespassed her from both properties. The female called in several times to complain about the situation. The basis of her complaint was that she has lived here her whole life and now a new neighbor showed up and says she was trespassed. She appeared to be intoxicated on the phone and did not want to listen. She called the 911 emergency line twice "demanding help" then called in on the non-emergency line asking for help.

• Deputies responded to Wal-Mart for a female in the passenger seat of a car that was passed out in the parking lot. Call notes stated there was "scorched tinfoil “next the female. The female was contacted and admitted to more paraphernalia in the vehicle. While searching the vehicle, the RO arrived at the car. While doing the pat search on the male, the Deputy located a number of stolen items from inside the store in which male admitted taking. Both were cited and released for the paraphernalia and Wal-Mart did not wish to pursue charges. One of the items taken was Orajel because female had a toothache. The Deputy purchased the Orajel for female so she could get some relief from her toothache.

• Deputies responded to a residence on North Fay Place regarding a reported battery. Once on scene, Deputies learned two brothers had been involved in a physical fight. They learned the two brothers were fighting over items at the residence when one of them punched the other in the face. The other brother then spit in his brother's face. Both brothers want to issue citations to each other so they were both cited with Battery.

• A Deputy responded to a reported stolen vehicle. The R/P reported, while he was working on a job site in the area, an unknown person (s) stole his unsecured 2000 Chevrolet Impala. Before the Deputy completed the report ISP advised us they had located the vehicle, unoccupied, on Interstate 90 near Mile Marker 8. At the request of the owner the vehicle was towed by Reliable Towing.

• A Deputy initiated a traffic stop on a vehicle near the intersection of West Seltice Way and West Ante Road for speeding. Upon contact with the driver, the Deputy could smell the odor of marijuana emanating from the vehicle. The Deputy also learned he had an active warrant out of Kootenai County for trespassing with property damage. The driver was arrested for his warrant and drug paraphernalia was located inside his vehicle

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