Friday, Oct. 5
Agency Assist, Boundary Road, Montesano, 6:21 p.m.: Report of a forest fire on the side of the road, about a half acre in size. Mason County fire department was contacted.
911 Open Line, West Main Street, Elma, 12:50 a.m.: Dispatcher can hear a TV crime show dialogue in the background. The line was disconnected. When the dispatcher was able to contact the caller, the woman said she was not trying to call 911 and was having trouble with her phone. She was told to turn off the phone and take out the battery.
Suspicious Circumstance, Highway 12, Oakville, 6:44 p.m.: A man reported receiving a call on his cell phone from a man who said “Now what I have Jen tied up, what do I do with her?” The call came from a restricted number, which the department was able to trace to Massachusetts. The sheriff’s office contacted the police department in Massachusetts and asked them to check the caller’s address.
Saturday, Oct. 6
Traffic Accident with Injuries, Englund Avenue, Montesano, 6:42 p.m.: A man on a quad reportedly hit a concrete barrier at approximately 70 miles per hour, hit his stomach on the handle bars and flipped off of the quad, landing in some dirt. The man was transported to the hospital by ambulance.
Harassment, Upper Falls Creek Road, Elma, 7:33 p.m.: A woman reported receiving calls on her cell phone and at her house from a woman announcing that she is pregnant. The woman doesn’t know who the caller is and feels it could be a prank.
Sunday, Oct. 7
Found Property, Murray Place, Elma, 7:23 p.m.: Caller found multiple credit cards, a social security card and other cards while out on a walk. The items were returned to the owners.
Juvenile Runaway, East Satsop Road, Satsop, 11:45 a.m.: A man said his teenage daughter was dropped off at a dance in Elma the night before but she has not returned home. He believes she is with her boyfriend, but she is a “youth at risk.”
Monday, Oct. 8
Child Abuse or Neglect, Highway 12, Elma, 7:42 p.m.: A young boy called and said his mother keeps slapping him. He is standing outside and his mother is not aware that he has called the police on the advice from his father, who does not live there. The deputy determined the incident was a case parental discipline and the child was sent to bed.
Suspicious Circumstance, North Glenn Road, Montesano, 3:05 a.m.: Report of red and green lights approximately 40 degrees above the horizon in the southeast, and appearing to be moving slowly westward.
Tuesday, Oct. 9
Trespass, Middle Satsop Road, 7:07 p.m.: An elk reportedly had been shot in the back of the caller’s property. The elk is still alive and is believed that it will need to be put down. Washington State Patrol notes it is elk season; as long as it was shot during daylight hours, the incident will be labeled as a trespass complaint.
911 Open Line, Monte Elma Road, Elma, 2:54 p.m.: A child is on the line asking if “mommy or daddy is there?” The dispatcher contacted the location and a child answered “obviously pretending to be an adult to say there is no problem.” The department arrived at the location to find the building locked and no one there.
Welfare Check, South Bank Road, Elma, 7:33 p.m.: Caller reports there are two young men waving their arms at vehicles as they pass by. About an hour prior, the men arrived at her home, asking to use the phone, saying they had been stranded in the area for about three days. When her husband arrived home shortly, he said he had seen them on the road with flashlights, possibly near Delezenne.
Weapons Offense, East Blockhouse Road, Oakville, 1:06 p.m.: Caller said a man drew a gun on an employee. Caller did not know who the man is but said there was another man who is upset with the business sitting behind the driver’s seat of the man with the gun. The caller said the whole incident should be on the business’s surveillance tape.
Burglary, Sickman Ford Road, Oakville, 2:26 p.m.: A house reportedly had been broken into and had alcohol stolen sometime in the past week. The burglar entered through a window.
Wednesday, Oct. 10
Criminal Mischief, Murray Place, Elma, 8:01 p.m.: A caller said the neighbor is throwing rocks and broke a window. The neighbor was back in her trailer, and the caller said she is drinking, but is not supposed to be. The caller did not see her throw the rock, but heard her door and assumed it was her.
Civil Dispute, West Elma Gate Road, Oakville, 1:56 p.m.: Report of a landlord continually going into the caller’s son’s trailer when he isn’t home. Today the landlord decided it was too messy and put a lock on the trailer so the son couldn’t enter it, the caller said.