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Sheriff’s Blotter

This police blotter is made up of reports made available by the Grays Harbor Sheriff’s Office.

Jan. 30

Vehicle theft. Brady Loop Road W., Montesano; 7:47 a.m. Car prowled over night, was unlocked. $30 and candy stolen.

Animal at large. 300 Block of Monte Brady Road, Montesano; 12:47 p.m. Approximately a dozen sheep in respondent’s yard. A neighbor owns them. Owner later responds that he’s heading home to fix the fence. Owner was using the natural barrier of briers for fence, but the sheep ate the briers.

Jan. 31

Suspicious circumstance. Buswell Road and Highway 12, Elma; 10:46 a.m. Motor home abandoned on property and has been parked there for a week or more; is starting to get parted out.

Feb. 1

Noise ordinance violation. 15 Murray Place;12:59 a.m. . Music has been ongoing for three hours.

Feb. 2

Juvenile problem. Monte Brady Road, Montesano; 12:41 a.m. 15-year-old male throwing things around, destroying the house. In his room with knives and darts. Asked for knives and threatened the home owner, saying, “You’re not going to get the knives … I’m gonna burn the house down with you in it.”

Vehicle theft. 100 Block of Clemons Road, 11:47 a.m. Vehicle prowled over night, backpack, school work, GPS, blue tooth, charger, inhaler all stolen.

Vehicle theft. 10th Block of Clemons Road, 9:21 p.m. Vehicle broken into, but “nothing of value.”

Feb. 3

Dangerous Dog. Val Vista Drive at Wynooche Valley Road, Montesano. Caller bit by a dog while walking in the area. Pit bull belongs to the house that burned down and it charged her, grabbed on to sweats and ripped clothing. Skin not broken. No aid needed. Dog had repeatedly harassed people since the fire.

Feb. 4

Traffic hazard. Val Vista Drive at Wynooche Valley Road, Montesano; 6:30 p.m. Dark colored pit bull chasing after vehicles at site of previous fire at bottom of Val Vista.

Feb. 5

Noise ordinance violation. 15 Murray Place; 2:34 a.m. Loud music coming from location all night.

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