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Sheriff's report


Last updated 11/6/2019 at 5:07pm


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. 28:

A Davenport woman requested that a welfare check be done on a person living in Lincoln County.

Deputies responded to a car that had rolled onto its back.

A person called 911 to report poor driving.

A Davenport man called to report that his daughter had a knife and was trying to cut herself.

A Davenport woman called to report that someone stole her meds.

A woman called to report that gas was stolen from the “People to People bus.”

A landlord called to advise they were posting a 48-hour notice for a resident to remove their belongings.

A Spokane Valley man reported a boat gone missing in Lincoln County.

A welfare report was done on a man who threatened to hurt himself.

The burglary alarm at a credit union sounded and summoned deputies.

Tuesday, Oct. 29:

Reardan man reported this his grandson and his grandson’s girlfriend stole jewelry and checks from his house.

A Davenport woman called to report a pig running loose. Near Fourth Street. She said it has been an ongoing issue for two days.

A Davenport caller said a blue semi with a white trailer is swerving.

The Davenport Jr. called to say drugs were found in a student’s jacket.

A Reardan man called to report threats coming from his daughter’s ex-husband.

Wednesday, Oct. 30:

A Davenport man who manages an apartment complex reported people not living at the complex using the large trash dumpsters.

A Davenport caller said a man was walking sown SR 28 with an assault rifle.

A Davenport woman reported her son ran away.

A Reardan man reported a suspicious car.

Thursday, Oct. 31:

A caller reported someone broke the taillight of their Jon Hauck truck.

A bull was reported lose on SR 231.

A man in Ford reported seeing large amounts of black smoke around Fisher Road and SR 231. He said people live in the area in shelters made out of pallets.

A hit and run was reported in Reardan.

A Davenport man reported a pickup truck with children in the bed almost hit his wife and children.

An Edwall man said there are six trespassers hunting on his property. He says he found three dead animals.

A German shepherd puppy was found and turned in in Rearden.

AWilbur woman called to ask what she can do about her ex-husband drinking and passing out while he has their kids.

Friday, Nov. 1:

A Davenport man reported harassment.

A caller reported a driver “all over the roadway.”

A Wilbur reported a highly damaged car being driven.

A Coulee City caller reported a possible DUI.

A Davenport man called to report his neighbor is banging on the wall and yelling.

A Davenport man called to say his neighbor is driving when he isn’t allowed to.

A Harrington man reported a pig in the roadway.

A Ford woman reported seeing a man driving while drinking a beer.

A man called saying a woman who appeared to be high on drugs knocked on his door.

A woman called to say she locked her keys in her car.

A caller reported a possible DUI near Wilbur.

Saturday, Nov. 2:

A Grand Coulee caller reported someone yelling for help at an RV park.

A Davenport woman reported a puppy showed up at her house.

A caller said they are moving out of a house, and the people who lived there stole some tools.


From Aug. 28 to Nov. 3, six individuals were held in the Lincoln County Jail under contract with the Washington State Department of Corrections, one for Stevens County and one for the City of Airway Heights.

Mon. Oct. 28:

Gary Michael Lantis, 32, arrested by the Lincoln County Sheriff Office on a change of failure to appear.

James Howie Rasmussen, 41, arrested by the Lincoln County Sheriff Office on a change of driving under the influence.

Tues. Oct. 29:

Sergey Yevgenyevich Ilin, 48, arrested by the Lincoln County Sheriff Office on a change of assault in the second degree.

Fri. Nov. 1:

Dylan Stevan Molenaar, 29, arrested by the Lincoln County Sheriff Office on a change of driving under the influence.

Sat. Nov. 2:

Benjamin Michael Brown, 41, arrested by the Lincoln County Sheriff Office on charges of driving under the influence and reckless endangerment.


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