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Sheriff's report

 

October 31, 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.

Oct. 21:

Spokane Tribal Police called to say they had a suspect in custody who is wanted under a Lincoln County warrant.

A man called 911 to report that he left his oven on with something inside it.

A davenport man requested a wellness check be done on another person.

A Davenport man reported someone threatened to “beat his ass.”

A caller reported hunters trespassing and hunting on his land.

A Wilbur man reported an abandoned Ford Taurus.

A lost animal was reported.

A Wenatchee man reported that his gun was stolen.

A Reardan man reported that children, aged about 13 and 15, are driving themselves to and from a bus stop on a country road.

A woman called to report that her adult son was drunk, and she wanted him removed from her house.

Oct. 22:

A woman reported that a pig was found on her property.

A Davenport woman reported two dangerously parked trucks. She thinks the owners are hunting nearby.

A woman reported that her husband’s truck had been spray painted.

A break in was reported in Davenport.

An abandoned vehicle was reported with two different plates.

A Davenport man reported an unwanted person on his property.

A caller on a state highway reported a possible DUI.

A Davenport man reported that his neighbor is on drugs and yelling.

Oct. 23:

An Almira woman reported that her boyfriend is drunk and refuses to leave. She says he came at her with a knife.

A Davenport man called to report neighbors verbally abused him.

A Davenport woman reported a civil dispute she is having at her house. Requested a deputy assist.

A caller reported a theft.

A Davenport woman reported that her employee is being harassed on Facebook.

An Almira man reported that a man pulled a firearm on a family member.

A Coulee Dam woman reported a woman walking around crying and calling for a man named “Ben.”

A Grand Coulee woman reported that her husband has been drinking and won’t let her go to sleep.

Oct. 24:

A caller reported a hit and run.

A Sprague man reported his sister’s house was broken into.

A caller reported an erratic driver on SR2.

A caller requested a welfare check done on someone living in Lincoln county.

A Davenport woman reported being harassed by a someone she has a protection order against.

A father and daughter were reported arguing in Davenport.

A Stevenson woman called to request a welfare check be done on her mother because her mother sent her a text message that didn’t make sense.

Oct. 25:

A man called to report loose cows on Sprague highway.

A woman called to report her mother in law has not been heard from in two weeks.

A caller requested that a welfare check be done on a homeless family in Sprague.

A caller reported he was locked out of his truck.

A Harrington man reported a suspicious vehicle.

Oct. 26:

A 58-year-old man called reporting chest pain.

A Wilbur woman reported her car broke down and she had four kids in the car.

A missing dog was reported in Davenport.

JAIL BOOKINGS

Oct. 21:

Nukona Charle McCraigie, 25, Omak, arrested by the Lincoln County Sheriff Office on a charge of driving with a suspended license.

Oct. 22:

Timothy John Bodi, 57, Wilbur, arrested by the Lincoln County Sheriff Office on a charge of assault.

Valentin Omar Martinez, 29, Grandview, arrested by the Washington State Patrol on a charge of driving with a suspended license.

Simone Elise Metcalf, 29, Reardan, arrested by the Lincoln County Sheriff Office.

Rachel Gayle Newell, 41, Davenport, arrested by the Lincoln County Sheriff Office on charges of burglary, theft and malicious mischief.

Bryan Lee Wing, 43, Davenport, arrested by the Lincoln County Sheriff Office on charges of burglary, theft and malicious mischief.

Bridgett Louise Stearns, 20, Welpinit, arrested by the Lincoln County Sheriff Office on a charge of possession of a controlled substance.

Oct. 23:

Aaron Wayne Patterson, 50, Almira, arrested by the Lincoln County Sheriff Office on a charge of harassment.

Oct. 26:

Terri Lynn Kinder, 58, Bellingham, arrested by the Lincoln County Sheriff Office on charges operating a vehicle while refusing to comply with pursuing police officer and failure to comply with police officer.

From Oct. 21 to 27, 3 individuals were held in the Lincoln County Jail under contract with the Washington State Department of Corrections..

 

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