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INCIDENT LOG

Editor’s note: Most items in this section reflect the starting point for response by local police and emergency agencies. The Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office does not release names of individuals who report possible criminal or suspicious activities to dispatchers or alleged victims for this column. During the period, dispatchers handled 265 calls for service.

Monday, July 15: Deputies discovered that what was reported as a drunken driving incident at Second and Morgan streets in Davenport was actually a woman playing with her dog while driving.

Firefighters from Wilbur and Creston were dispatched to a stack of 20 tires on fire, emitting smoke, from property adjacent to U.S. 2 near Wilbur.

Dispatchers advised a Sprague woman involved in a child custody dispute to consult her attorney.

Dispatchers received what turned out to be an unfounded report that three juveniles entered the Sprague Community Center building after hours.

Responding to the Davenport Water Park, Davenport ambulance personnel transported a 69-year-old man who suffered a seizure to Lincoln Hospital.

Dispatchers were advised that an ex-girlfriend broke into a Sprague man’s residence in the 300 block of East 1st Street to retrieve her belongings.

A Wilbur man requested assistance in locating his 26-year-old son who had placed all of his clothing into a laundry basket and left a residence in the 100 block of North Division Street.

Deputies responded to a report of loud music originating from a residential shop building in the 200 block of West 1st Street in Sprague.

Tuesday, July 16: A hit-and-run collision was reported in the Seven Bays Marina parking lot, resulting in some damage to a pickup truck.

Odessa firefighters assisted those from Adams County in battling a field fire near the intersection of Schoessler and Bauman roads.

A 13-year-old girl with severe autism experienced a seizure, fell and broke an arm in the 700 block of SW Alder Street in Wilbur. She was taken to Coulee Community Hospital.

Sprague firefighters and Avista Utilities personnel dealt with a fire resulting from construction workers hitting a natural gas line in the vicinity of 2nd and E streets. Residents were evacuated for a time.

A vehicle littered with debris was reportedly blocking an alley in the 800 block of Eighth Street in Davenport. Deputies also checked a motor home that stuck out into another alley in the 500 block of Maxwell Street.

A caller observed a semi-truck traveling “all over” SR 28 south of Davenport, heading to Harrington at a high rate of speed.

A Davenport caller requested assistance with two teenagers described as trespassing with 4-wheelers and dirt bikes on property in the 38000 block of Rocky Ridge Lane North.

Someone left a cell phone with personnel at the Davenport Safeway store, which later received a call reporting the device as stolen.

Responding to a residence on Northpoint Court in Seven Bays, Davenport ambulance personnel assisted a 76-year-old woman who had fallen.

A vehicle struck a deer, burst into flames and caused a field fire in the vicinity of Bluestem and Mecklenberg roads south of Davenport. The car was a total loss. Firefighters from Edwall and Harrington responded to the scene.

Wednesday, July 17: An Odessa caller advised dispatchers that a neighbor in the 400 block of South Alder Street had observed someone spraying chemical all over her yard at 1:30 a.m., causing concern for the safety of children and animals that play there.

A caller expressed concern about an unattended pit bull dog in the 34000 block of Moore Road North near Davenport.

Deputies became involved in the investigation of a possible child abuse incident affecting a young boy visiting in the Wilbur area.

Dispatchers took a report of a burglary at a residence on Egypt Loop East, north of Davenport, which apparently occurred while the property owner was hospitalized.

A caller reported possibly leaving a firearm inside a restroom at the U.S. 2 Telford rest area.

Deputies tracked a vehicle that had been reported to have its lights go off and on while traveling near Reardan on U.S. 2.

A caller expressed concern about a teenage boy lying in the roadway at First and Sinclair streets in Davenport while talking on a cell phone. A responding deputy advised him not to be so close to the street.

A caller reported a semi-truck was tailgating him while driving on U.S. 2 east of Davenport. A deputy intercepted the truck near Morgan and Fourth streets.

Thursday, July 18: Almira emergency personnel responded to a report of a 60-year-old man who fell in the 10 block of South 2nd Street and began experiencing arm pain.

A Wilbur caller expressed concern that a guest left behind two firearms that were not welcome in the residence. A responding deputy took possession of the guns.

A caller told dispatchers that two intoxicated men thanked him for creating a deer plot adjacent to Quail Run Road North near Davenport, adding that it would be easy to pick off deer there in the fall. The caller warned them not to trespass on the property. Three days later, the caller said, he discovered someone had used chemicals to completely kill off about a quarter of the field.

Responding to the 900 block of First Street, Davenport ambulance personnel assisted a 16-year-old boy with epilepsy who was experiencing convulsions. He was subsequently taken to Lincoln Hospital.

A piece of metal between 3 and 5 inches long stuck out from a chunk of concrete from the Waukon Road railroad crossing, presenting a possible hazard for vehicles. BNSF Railroad personnel were advised.

A deputy attended a meeting of the Reardan Town Council that some residents anticipated could be tumultuous. The deputy advised later that nothing reportable occurred.

A caller reported that several drivers took chances in passing a motor home traveling slow on U.S. 2 near Reardan, causing a backup of at least 10 vehicles, before turning north onto SR 231.

A Davenport caller claims to have found stolen items for sale on property west of Davenport along U.S. 2. The county prosecuting attorney determined this is a civil, rather than criminal, matter.

A Davenport woman reported her cat stolen from the 25000 block of Calvert Drive North.

Friday, July 19: After taking a report that two men were fighting in the Davenport city park, a responding deputy determined it was a verbal disturbance involving juveniles.

A 70-year-old man associated with Davenport Building Supply fell while on the job and was transported by ambulance to Lincoln Hospital.

A 75-year-old Reardan man recovering from arm surgery had breathing difficulties and was transported by ambulance from the 300 block of East Broadway Avenue to Lincoln Hospital in Davenport.

Deputies responded to a report of a man acting confused and strange in the vicinity of the 400 block of West Railroad Avenue, the Sprague city park and the Catholic church, wearing checkered shorts and no shirt, carrying a backpack and having longer hair tied in a man bun. Mental health personnel were advised.

A caller expressed concern about a woman sitting for more than an hour on railroad tracks in the 100 block of North Maple Street in Reardan.

Deputies investigated a possible child abuse incident in the Davenport area.

Dispatchers received a report from the 300 block of Sherlock Street in Harrington of a 96-year-old man driving a car and a golf cart – but without a license to do so because it was revoked by the state. The caller said the cart has gotten stuck on curbs and also ran over a mailbox.

A vehicle passing at excessive speeds pushed two other vehicles from the roadway on U.S. 2 east of Davenport. A deputy caught up with the offending driver at Broadway Avenue and Lake Street in Reardan.

A deputy cited an individual for reckless driving after clocking the vehicle at 122 miles per hour (in a 60-mph zone) on SR 28 south of Davenport.

A vehicle pulling a 5th wheel broke down and blocked the southbound lane of SR 25 about 22 miles north of Davenport.

Dispatchers were advised of a disturbance at a campsite at Fort Spokane.

Saturday, July 20: A deputy issued a ticket to a driver having marijuana inside a vehicle that was stopped on U.S. 2 in the vicinity of Smart Road North near Creston.

A caller reported kids riding dirt bikes at excessive speeds on Cayuse Cove Road North near Davenport.

A deputy warned a driver after being observed passing another vehicle on the right on Morgan and Third streets in Davenport.

A 70-year-old woman got an ambulance ride to Lincoln Hospital after her wheelchair tipped over on Park Street in Davenport during Pioneer Days activities there. She indicated her arm was sore.

A motorcyclist was flown by LifeFlight aerial ambulance to a Spokane hospital after his bike and a trailer collided on I-90 near Sprague. A ground ambulance crew handled another occupant who said she had blurry vision.

Odessa firefighters handled a small stubble fire in the vicinity of Coffeepot and Zagelow roads and another started by a trailer in the vicinity of Highline and Coffeepot roads near Twin Lakes.

Responding to the 200 block of South Green Street in Reardan, emergency medical personnel from there and Davenport transported a 62-year-old woman with chest pains to a Spokane hospital.

A deputy issued a warning to a driver who committed a crosswalk violation at Morgan and Eighth streets in Davenport.

Telling them he just wanted to go to bed, a Reardan man asked dispatchers for assistance with a wife who was drunk and won’t stop talking. A friend of the woman invited her to come over for the night, alleviating the problem.

Sunday, July 21: Spokane Tribal Police advised dispatchers they were handling a collision involving a possibly intoxicated driver in the vicinity of Fisher Road and SR 231 north of Reardan. The driver, a juvenile, was taken to the Martin Hall detention facility in Medical Lake.

A young boy who showed up unexpected at a residence in the 200 block of Seventh Street in Davenport was returned to his mother, who the boy said was “at home sleeping” in the 400 block of Ross Street.

Deputies responded to a report of a residential burglary in the 200 block of South 2nd Street in Almira.

Dispatchers received word of a fight in progress at the Spring Canyon campground.

A caller reported two small cars racing in the vicinity of SR 174 and Douglas Road, but a responding deputy observed no violations.

An Odessa caller reported the rear window of a vehicle was shot out with a BB gun while parked in the 100 block of East 3rd Avenue or while in Moses Lake.

JAIL BOOKINGS

July 15: Terrance Kyler Jim, 20, Grand Coulee, serving a court commitment for driving under the influence and while license suspended.

July 17: Isaac Valleflores, 20, Moses Lake, arrested by Washington State Patrol for possession of more than 40 grams of marijuana and driving while license suspended.

July 19: Steven Anthony Pina, 48, Spokane, arrested by Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office (LCSO) for possession of a controlled substance other than marijuana.

July 20: Karlissa Jo Richardson, 24, Spokane, arrested by LCSO for driving while license suspended.

From July 15 to 21, nine individuals were held in the Lincoln County Jail under contract with the Washington State Department of Corrections.

Isaac Valleflores, 20, Moses Lake, arrested by Washington State Patrol for possession of more than 40 grams of marijuana and driving while license suspended.

July 19: Steven Anthony Pina, 48, Spokane, arrested by Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office (LCSO) for possession of a controlled substance other than marijuana.

July 20: Karlissa Jo Richardson, 24, Spokane, arrested by LCSO for driving while license suspended.

From July 15 to 21, nine individuals were held in the Lincoln County Jail under contract with the Washington State Department of Corrections.

 

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