The Odessa Record -

Sheriff's Report

 

October 10, 2019



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.

Sunday Sept. 29: A caller reported an animal attack. The call was cancelled.

A caller in Davenport called to report that his upstairs neighbor was making too much noise that he could hear.

A woman in Davenport called to report suspicious shoe prints near her property.

Monday, Sept. 30: A caller in Wilbur reported that her daughter’s boyfriend is being delusional and unstable. He has been staying at their residence but she now wants him gone.

A person in Davenport called to request assistance with a lock out.

An Odessa man called to report that his neighbor was threatening suicide. Officers provided a welfare check. Deputy reported that it was likely a neighbor dispute and not a threat.

A man in Reardan called to report a trespasser.

Tuesday, Oct. 1: A man in Davenport called to report a suspicious person.

A Davenport man called to report that two men he hired to clean his home did not do a complete job and may have stolen from him.

A woman went to the SO to speak to deputies about several persons whom she says have been following her.

A Davenport caller said a SUV was parked for about 25 minutes near the city park.

A woman from Gresham Oregon called to report that she received a scam call from a Lincoln County number and she gave them money.

A man from Rearden called to report that his wife, who has Alzheimer’s, needs help.

Wednesday, Oct. 2: A detective from California called to request deputies make contact with a person he believes is currently in Lincoln County.

A caller reported a barking dog.

A Sprague woman called to report that she found three cows.

A man called to ask for assistance with getting his deceased son’s laptop from a woman his son was staying with. The woman said the son wanted another person to have the computer.

An Odessa woman called to report that her children witnessed a woman being abducted.

A Spokane man called to report that he found two cows on the roadway when driving through Lincoln County.

A Davenport woman called to report she was being harassed by her ex boyfriend.

Thursday Oct. 3: A lost dog was taken to the Davenport Vet Clinic.

An Odessa woman called to report a person is breaking a no-contact order she has on him.

A person called to report a trespasser at Wilbur Auto.

A caller reporter doors to a restaurant in Wilbur were left open.

Friday Oct. 4: A caller reported a dog chasing people.

A person in Mohler called and said she came home to find her house had been vandalized.

A man called to complain that his neighbor was making noise with his motorcycle.

Saturday Oct. 5: A caller reported that their two-year-old child was bleeding from his head.

JAIL BOOKINGS

Monday, Sept. 30: Jeffery Allen Thomas, 20, Moses Lake, arrested by Lincoln County Sheriff Office on charge of driving under the influence.

Tuesday, Oct. 1: Hector N. Berry Cardenas, 44, Okanogan, arrested by Lincoln County Sheriff Office for alleged vehicular assault.

Hector Non Chavez Nunes, 36, Kennewick, arrested by Washington State Patrol on charge of ignition interlock violation.

Dustin Lane McCauley, 32, Dayton, arrested by Washington State Patrol on charge of driving with suspended license and driving under the influence.

Austin Wayne Tidwell, 19, Pasco, arrested by Lincoln County Sheriff Office on charge of assault.

Seth Wayne Kyser, 19, Pasco, arrested by Lincoln County Sheriff Office on charge of assault.

Wednesday, Oct. 2: Edward Merle Counts, 60, Spangle, arrested by Lincoln County Sheriff Office on charge of theft.

Kyle Steven Green, 31, Grand Coulee, arrested by Lincoln County Sheriff Office on charge of assault.

Saturday Oct. 5: Shane Patrick Hurley, 33, Spokane, arrested by Lincoln County Sheriff Office on charge of physical control.

Vincent Lee Willett, 35, Creston, arrested by Lincoln County Sheriff Office on charges of assault, malicious mischief and driving under the influence.

From Sept. 30 to October 6, two individuals were held in the Lincoln County Jail under contract with the Washington State Department of Corrections and two for the U.S. Marshalls Service.

 

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