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Sheriff's blotter

| May 12, 2021 1:00 AM

Notable calls for the day!


Day Shift handled the following notable calls:

• A Deputy was able to make contact with the possibly suicidal female that he took a report on yesterday. He was able to confirm she was not in danger and not suicidal.

• A Deputy responded to the Rose Lake Conoco for a reported auto burglary. The victim parks his logging truck in the parking lot at night and on the weekend. An unknown person driving an early 2000's white Chevrolet crew cab was seen on video entering the cab of the semi and removing over $1000 work of tools.

• A Deputy responded to an address 17th Street in Dalton Gardens for a welfare check on a distraught female. The Deputy learned the female was struggling with substance abuse and feeling depressed. The female had an active plan to harm herself and was taken on a Protective Custody Hold.

Evening Shift handled the following notable calls:

• A Deputy responded to a welfare check on an elderly male. It was reported the male was in the middle of the street eliciting help from passer-by's, but refusing the help when they stopped. The Deputy located him and brought him home. He then contacted his family who advised they would be looking for a permanent solution to deal with the male’s medical issue. 21-18930

• A Deputy responded to a domestic dispute. It was reported by the male R/P that a female threw a rock through his windshield. On scene he learned an argument began between the two resulting in a physical altercation. During the altercation, the male suffered injuries from the female. The female also damaged the male’s vehicle; all of which occurred in front of their child. The female fled the scene prior to contact by law enforcement, and was charged via complaint. 21-18929

• A Deputy contacted a vehicle at the Super One in Athol. One of the occupants was extremely intoxicated on an illegal substance. She also lied about her identity when asked. The reason for her lie was likely the warrant she had out of Bonner County for Petit Theft. She arrested for her warrant, being under the influence of a controlled substance in a public place, and false information to law enforcement. 21-18951

Night Shift handled the following notable calls:

• Deputies responded to Stateline Showgirls for an assault/battery. A male entered the strip club and attempted to get multiple customers to use cocaine with him. After being denied, the male punched customers in the head and groin area. Deputies arrived on scene and located cocaine on male. He was arrested for possession of cocaine. 21-18962

• A Deputy handled a noise complaint in the Hauser Lake area. The R/P stated her neighbor was shooting off a canon and had a siren going off. The R/P did not want to sign a citation against the neighbor, but stated she would be working to have an ordinance passed. 21-18966

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