Sheriff's Reports

Aug. 15: 1:20 PM: Reckless Endangering – Shotgun Creek area. Report of subjects shooting in the direction of crew of 5 loggers. 14:34: Patrol check – unfounded for now.

Excerpts  From the July 22, 2013 Sheriff’s Reports

Aug. 8: 1:36 AM: Dispute – 54000 block, McK. River Dr. Caller was in a dispute with female subject & left on his own volition – advises no assault but is concerned involved may try to report him for assault. He was concerned for her safety, couldn’t articulate why except that she was very upset when he left. Info taken.

Excerpts  From the July 18, 2013 Sheriff’s Reports

July 31: 3:23 PM: Abandoned Vehicle – Blue River area. Caller advises an abandoned Glastron boat on a trailer has been in the brush at the weigh station all day. 18:34: Spoke to registered owner. He secured the boat & is planning to return to it. He had a family emergency. Info taken.

Excerpts  From the July 18, 2013 Sheriff’s Reports

July 4: 12:39 PM: Traffic Hazard – Mp. 27, McK. Hwy. A male subject came into complainant’s yard & headed towards the river. They pointed him back to the road & now he is now in & out of the highway, staggering. He appears to be either intoxicated or on something. Involved is westbound, 25 – 30, 5’ 10”, 165 lbs., brown hair, wearing a turquoise T-shirt. OSP advised.

June 13: 4:14 PM: Hit & Run – 38000 block, McK. Hwy. Involved is an eastbound Toyota towing a Raptor that hit the coffee shop. Confirmed no injuries. Fascia board & gutter ripped off, planter ripped out & corner post was shoved into the building. 17:12: Owner advises part of the trailer, which struck her building, has been left behind. Est. damage is $7,000 – 10,000.  Cited in lieu of custody.

May 26: 11:24 AM: Injury Accident – Marcola Rd. & Sunderman Rd. Vehicle vs. golf cart. 2 patients involved, 1 with a head injury & blood coming out of ear. Female is going in & out of consciousness. 11:35: Disregarding LifeFlight. Both involved are being transported. Report taken.

March 21: 9:37 PM: Animal Abuse – 38000 block, Upper Camp Creek Rd. Complainant advises a mare in a field is badly nourished – nothing but skin & bones, not being fed & does not have adequate water. Caller & family are long term horse owners & are very aware of the difference between aging/natural issues & neglect or abuse.  Info relayed.

March 7: 6:43 PM: Burglary – 8600 block, Thurston Rd. Caller advises deceased’s family responded to location & took the patient’s purse, which included a set of keys to complainant’s house. The family has made entry several times to pick up deceased’s property without caller’s permission. The family has also taken several items that belong to caller. Citizen self report.

Jan. 3: 3:33 AM: Suspicious Conditions – 44000 block, McK. Hwy. Female was pounding on complainant’s door – moaning & crying. She was gone when caller went to the door – checked the area & couldn’t see or hear anything else. Info taken.

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