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Last updated 1/18/2020 at 2:02pm



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.

Dec. 23: A Davenport woman called 911 to report she thinks she heard a prowler between her house and her neighbor’s house.

An Edwall caller reported an abandoned car on the side of the road with no one around.

A caller reported a trucking company was falsifying records.

A Davenport man reported a single axle semi with the word “Cysco” on one side passing multiple vehicles on the right on Morgan Street in Davenport.

A woman reported two men shooting long guns behind her shop.

Okanogan County called to confirm a warrant for a suspect they picked up.

Dec. 24: A man called 911 to say he locked his keys in his Chevy Silverado.

A caller reported a woman they claim has stolen guns and a stolen car.

A theft was reported.

A Davenport woman called to ask if Co2 rises or sinks. She was advised that a deputy would check to see if the fire department needs to check her home.

A 71-year old male reported being lightheaded.

A Spokane man called to report that his son, who lives in Lincoln County, was out fishing and he hadn’t heard from him all day. He was concerned.

Child Protective Services requested a welfare check be done on a child.

A man called to report a driver doing drugs at the Sprague rest stop.

A Spokane woman reported a car crossing the center lane several times on the highway.

An Odessa woman reported that her brother was destroying their mother’s house with a crow bar.

A Davenport man reported an assault. Two deputies were dispatched.

Dec. 25: A Spokane man reported a fishing violation in Lincoln County.

A possible drug overdose was reported in Davenport.

Dec. 26: A trespasser was reported by a woman in Davenport.

An Almira man reported he went to his neighbor’s house for dinner and returned home to find his wallet was missing.

Spokane Tribal Police reported a suspect was ready for transfer to Lincoln County to face charges here.

A Wilbur woman reported her ex-husband broke a no contact order.

A woman reported she hit an owl at 20 MPH, and she thinks it is still alive.

An Oregon woman requested a welfare check be done on her brother who lives in Lincoln County.

Dec. 27: A Harrington man reported he was locked out of his truck.

A woman reported that her ex-boyfriend still had keys to her house.

A 77-year-old male reported to have fallen and unable to get up.

Dec. 28: A Seven Bays man reported someone selling drugs.

A Davenport person reported arguing with neighbor over where cars should be parked.

JAIL BOOKINGS

Dec. 23: Kirklyn M. Brogard, 21, Mallot, arrested by the Lincoln County Sheriff’s office on a charge of making a false statement to a public servant.

Jason James McClure, 41, Buckley, arrested by the Lincoln County Sheriff’s office on a charge of controlled substance possession.

Rachell G. Newell, 41, Davenport, arrested by the Lincoln County Sheriff’s office on a charge of possession of stolen property in the second degree.

Dec. 26: Joseph J. Smith, 34, Wellpinit, arrested by the Reardan Police Department on a charge of failure to comply.

From Dec. 23 to 29, two individuals were booked in the Lincoln County Jail under contract with the Washington State Department of Corrections.

 

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