The Odessa Record -

Sheriff's Report

 

November 21, 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.

 Nov. 11:

A 911 call was received from a Davenport residence. The caller hung up, then could be reached.

 A woman came in to turn herself in on a warrant. She was booked into jail. 

A Davenport caller reported that a van passed a car while there was oncoming traffic.

A Sprague man called to report a 15-year-old male in the park. 

A Seven Bays man reported a person he thinks is a drug dealer cruising around the area.

A Sprague man reported suspicious activity.

WSP reported the got a call of a hit dog.

A Davenport woman reported a fire near the railroad tracks.

A Sprague man called to report he saw a dog tied up in the park.

Nov. 12:

A Davenport caller reported three cows on the road.

A man called to report a woman breaking a no-contact order.

A Davenport man dropped off a written statement claiming a man was using multiple churches in the area to pay rent and gas while using fake names.

A Creston man reported a white GMC truck speeding and using bad lane travel on 247.

A Wilbur caller said his roommate was acting unstable and may cause harm to others in the residence.

Child Protective Services reported that a child was spanked with a wooden spatula. 

A man called to report sometime on Sunday or Monday padlocks on his property were cut.

A Spokane woman reported that she lost some property while in Lincoln County.

A Davenport pharmacy reported that someone stole a jar of jam.

Nov. 13:

A man reported that his neighbor’s door looks like it has been kicked in.

A commercial burglary alarm sounded.

 A woman reported that a man entered her locked residence, took out divorce papers and waved them in her face and laughed.

A Lincoln man reported that a door to a shed got kicked in.

 A woman called to report that someone shot one of her sheep.

Nov. 14:

A Wilbur woman reported a theft from her garage. 

A Davenport woman reported a bike in the bushes across the street from her home. She says it has been there for over a week.

A Wilbur man reported he is receiving threats from his roommate on Facebook.

A commercial burglary alarm sounded.

A commercial burglary alarm sounded.

A hit-and-run was reported in Odessa.

Nov. 15:

A  caller reported their son is having an issue with a student and that student’s parent.

A woman said a white Mazda passed her at almost 100 MPH with red and blue lights flashing.

An Odessa woman reported that her husband has been abusive.

Nov. 16:

An Odessa woman complained that someone cut through her back yard.

 A woman called to say she hit a deer.

A Sprague man reported a RV and trailer parked near his home.

A Wilbur woman reported a possible DUI.

 

JAIL BOOKINGS

Nov. 11:

Kathleen Mary Amos, 67, Fruitland, arrested by the Lincoln County Sheriff’s office on a charge of driver records violation.

 Nov. 12:

Dewayne A. McClung Jr., 36, Elmer City, arrested by the Lincoln County Sheriff’s office on a charge of physical control.

Nov. 13:

Joseph Allen Mcintosh, 30, Wellpinit, arrested by the Washington State Patrol on charges of driving while license is suspended and ignition interlock violation.

 Travis James Noble, 40, Spokane Valley, arrested by the Lincoln County Sheriff’s office on  charges of burglary and vehicle prowling.

Nov. 15:

James Thomas Rowe, 54, Odessa, arrested by the Odessa Police Department on a charge of interference with report of domestic violence.

Zachary M. Stevens, 24, Reardan, arrested by the Reardan Police Department on a charge of assault.

Brenda Arlene Mackin, 34, Spokane, arrested by the Lincoln County Sheriff’s office on a charge of driving while license is suspended.

Nov. 16:

Christina R. Kowalski, 46, Spokane, arrested by the Reardan Police Department on a charge of driving under the influence.  

From Nov. 11 to 17, five individuals were booked into the Lincoln County Jail under contract with the Washington State Department of Corrections.

 

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