The Odessa Record -

Sheriff's Report

 

October 17, 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.

Monday Oct. 7: An inmate was transported to Spokane for the shuttle to Snohomish County.

A caller reported a suspicious male and bike at Lake and Broadway.

A caller reported a suspicious female and dog in Davenport.

A citizen assist was provided for man who reported a horse trailer left on his property.

A Davenport EMT called to report a lockout. She said she needed lockout service because she may need her car to go on a call.

A man in Ford called to report a verbal disturbance.

Tuesday Oct. 8: A brown chocolate lab turned up at a school. Law enforcement will attempt to locate owners.

A woman from California called to request a welfare check to be done on her parents, who live in Lincoln County.

A Mohler woman called to report she thought someone was in her home.

A real estate broker who has been in contact with an elderly client called to request a welfare check on the client because he has not been able to reach him.

A Creston woman called to report that her 15-year-old son has been making threats against her and her two other children.

An Odessa man called to request lock-out service.

An Odessa woman called from the Odessa High School to report her daughter was feeling sick and was vomiting.

Wednesday Oct. 9: A traffic incident involving a wrecked truck was reported on SR231

A caller reported being a victim of a phone scam.

Thursday Oct.10: Deputies were dispatched to a home where a commercial alarm sounded.

A woman went to the Sheriff Office to report that she is being harassed by someone who is violating a court order.

Medical assistance was requested to a Davenport home.

An unoccupied car was reported on Euclid Road in Davenport.

A lost phone was reported by the Creston School District.

A man reported that his wife was assaulted by their son at Sandy’s Grocery in Wilbur.

A caller reported that their daughter lives in her car in Davenport and is threatening self-harm onffacebook.

A Davenport man called to report that his daughter left school without permission.

Washington State Patrol requested that deputies make contact with two subjects walking near milepost 25 on SR 174 because WSP’s closest unit was in Spokane.

A man called to report a suspected DUI.

Friday Oct. 11: A 75-year-old woman called to report chest pains.

An Arizona woman driving through Lincoln County called to report a hit-and-run.

An Airway Heights woman called to report her daughter was in Lincoln County with her grandparents when she was not supposed to be.

A man called to complain that he has many people trespass on his property during hunting season.

A caller reported that a driver hit him with a car and drove off toward Harrington.

A woman called to report a possible DUI, but the call was cancelled because the caller hung up.

An Almira man called to report abdominal pain and requested an ambulance.

Saturday Oct. 12: Deputies responded to a report of an unwanted person at the Harrington food bank.

A man called to report he caught a trespasser on his property.

JAIL BOOKINGS

Thursday, Oct. 10: Martin Jacob Goodwin, 32, Wilbur, arrested by Lincoln County Sheriff Office on charge of assault in the fourth degree.

Friday, Oct. 11: Nathan Douglas Mielke, 36, Davenport, arrested by Lincoln County Sheriff Office on charge of unlawful imprisonment.

Danielle Renee Peone, 41, Wellpinit, arrested by Reardan Police Department on charge of driving while license is suspended.

Robert James Seiler, 29, Raymond, arrested by Washington State Patrol on charge of driving under the influence.

From Oct. 7 to 13, four individuals were booked in the Lincoln County Jail under contract with the Washington State Department of Corrections and one for Stevens County.

 

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