The Montesano Police Department responded to 58 calls from Nov. 23-29. Here are some of the calls they responded to.
Friday, Nov. 23
Agency Assist, West Wynooche Avenue, 10:04 a.m.: Montesano police responded to a possible chimney fire. No flames were observed and the call was cleared.
Suspicious Person, North Sylvia Street, 4:14 p.m.: A caller reported somebody was screaming “don’t get me, help me.” Police found residents were cheering on a football game.
Theft of Property, West Marcy Avenue, 6:23 p.m.: A fuel can was reported missing from a resident’s boat. The 6-gallon metal gas can had been unsecured.
Warrant Arrest, South First Street, 10:38 p.m.: Store employees notified police of panhandlers who had returned to the premises. A patrol unit contacted two individuals in a vehicle asking people for gas money. One of the individuals was booked on an outstanding felony warrant.
Saturday, Nov. 24
Criminal Mischief, West Marcy Avenue, 2:08 p.m.: A report of an ongoing problem with mailboxes being removed and thrown into a nearby ditch was reported. The caller requested additional patrols.
Sunday, Nov. 25
Suspicious Circumstance, West Pioneer Avenue, 12:15 a.m.: A couple was reportedly prowling around vehicles in a parking lot and then going into an office area. Police determined the man was an employee of the office and had permission to be there.
Monday, Nov. 26
Theft from Vehicle, East McBryde Avenue, 2:02 a.m.: A resident called into report a vehicle prowl in progress. The caller noticed their car door open with a man using a flashlight inside and saw the man leave westbound down the street. Police could not find anyone in the area. Nothing appeared to be missing from the vehicle.
Theft from Vehicle, Stephenson Drive, 9:04 a.m.: A resident called in to report items missing from his vehicle. The caller believed that it could have happened the previous week and did not realize it until he heard stories from neighbors about similar incidents.
Agency Assist, Fairview Lane, 11:48 a.m.: Montesano police arrived on a call with aid already in progress. A woman reportedly drank a half bottle of rubbing alcohol. Police were not required.
Tuesday, Nov. 27
Disorderly Conduct, Kennaston Avenue, 10:03 p.m.: Montesano police arrived to a call about a woman who was attempting to drive her vehicle to obtain more alcohol. The husband had disabled the car so she could not drive and she began to throw things around the home. The couple had agreed to occupy separate parts of the home for the night. No damage to the property or assault of individuals was involved.
Wednesday, Nov. 28
Disorderly Conduct, East Broadway Avenue, 12:52 p.m.: Police were alerted to a residence where a woman was throwing items out of the home. When they arrived, the couple stated that the incident was verbal only. The husband left the residence.
Animal Problem, West Byles Avenue, 8:17 p.m.: A resident called to inquire about the local noise ordinance for an ongoing issue with a barking dog. The caller noted that the dog, housed in a fenced yard, barks from evening until early morning. An animal violation notice was posted at the location.
Thursday, Nov. 29
Theft from Vehicle, North Talbot Street, 11:32 a.m.: A resident reported items missing from the vehicle. The caller did not have any suspect and mentioned that the incident happened the previous Monday. They did not require police, as they were leaving and just wanted to make a report.