This Sheriff’s blotter is made up of reports made available by the Grays Harbor Sheriff’s Office. Anyone with information on crimes, including burglaries and vehicle prowls, should call (360) 249-3711.
Suspicious person. 100 Block of Brady Loop Road East, Montesano; 9:23 p.m. Female walking southbound in the middle of the roadway, not acting right.
Domestic violence. 15 Murray Place, Elma; 11:17 a.m. Husband wants to leave his wife, but wife won’t let him. Wife has pushed him, thrown keys outside and will not let him have his wallet. He just wants to leave.
Noise complaint. 200 Block of Oak Meadows Lane, Oakville; 10:17 a.m. Neighbors dogs continue to bark. It’s an ongoing problem and the owners aren’t doing anything about it.
Suspicious person. Brady Loop Road and Monte Brady Road, Montesano; 8:16 a.m. Deputy fields report of man walking in the area. There’s a note on the dashboard that says he’s out walking, has dogs; says he’s bird watching.
Burglary. Alder Place, Elma; 1:25 a.m. Home has been burglarized, a couple of hundred dollars in change and items taken. Deputies later arrested a suspect and charge him with burglary (see related story on A-3).
Driving complaint. 400 Block of Porter Creek Road, Elma; 2:47 p.m. Dirt bike riders are coming out of the woods and are racing up and down the road.
Weapons offense. Cummings Avenue, Malone; 2:21 p.m. A man pulled a gun on a kid. He was upset about children riding their bikes in the road. He used a pistol and pulled it out of his front pants pocket. Deputy contacts man, who says he didn’t pull a gun and was upset at the kids for throwing rocks at his vehicle.
Suspicious person. 100 Lucke Place, Elma; 8:24 p.m. A young man is sitting across the street staring at the neighbor’s house. He’s been there for 45 minutes and he’s been coming and going doing this at least six times in the past few weeks. Deputy discovers he’s just connecting to someone’s wi-fi; talked to him about it.
Simple Assault. E. Oak Street, Oakville; 9:50 p.m. Mother’s boyfriend threw her through the bedroom door. Baby screaming. Arrested for domestic violence assault 4.
Animal problem. 1100 Block of Highway 12; Montesano; 1:11 p.m. Small animal that looks like a mouse but is too long to be a mouse, is on back porch, hiding under the BBQ. Animal Control notified.
Simple assault. 300 Block of Camp Creek Road, Montesano; 10:11 p.m. Man in the home breaking stuff; threw a TV on the ground, took jewlery and is now in the bedroom. No physical violence, but is worried.
Simple assault. 100 Block of W. Oak Street, Oakville, 2:07 p.m. Sister tried to assault respondent; actually, she punched her in the eye. Suspect taken into custody.