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Friday, March 1

Traffic Violation, Middle Satsop Road, Montesano, 8:45 p.m.: Report of someone driving a truck into the caller’s driveway, then getting stuck in the ditch in front of the house. The driver, reportedly very intoxicated, asked the caller for a jump start, and then later ran into the woods. The caller said the man jumped the fence, and her boyfriend was able to tackle him. He was taken into custody for a DUI and warrants. A towing company was also contacted.

Animal-Neglect, Val Vista Drive, Montesano, 12:21 p.m.: Third report this week of a malnourished cow. The deputy noted that the pasture was coming in and the cow does have some feed, but would like to see more feed until the grass comes in more. The owner said he was planning on butchering the cow, but would put out more feed for her until then.

Saturday, March 2

Driving Complaint, Murray Place, Elma, 5:27 p.m.: Report of a neighbor driving with no license and bypassing the ignition interlock device. The caller says the van belongs to him, but she let him put it in her name as he cannot legally own a vehicle.

Child Abuse or Neglect, Minkler Road, Montesano, 6:17 p.m.: Caller reports her young son has bruises on his face and arms, says his father hit him and has a history of violence. There is an ongoing CPS investigation and a custody battle.

Animal Problem, McCleary Road, McCleary, 9:45 a.m.: Three stray goats found and detained.

Sunday, March 3

Animal-Dangerous Dog, Monte Elma Road, Elma, 9:22 a.m.: Caller reports an ongoing issue with the neighbor’s loose dog killing his chickens. So far, the dog has reportedly killed a dozen with two dead today.

Monday, March 4

Found Animal, Monte Elma Road, Montesano, 3:44 p.m.: Report of a stray cat in a flex tube to the heat duct. The call taker advised the cat was not violating laws, was in good health and there was no reason to impound. The information was forwarded to PAWS in Aberdeen.

Animal Problem, South Glenn Road, Montesano, 6:23 p.m.: Caller reports an ongoing problem of the neighbor’s animals getting into the caller’s yard, defecating and causing damage. Caller is concerned her dogs may injure the animals, and has spoken with the owners who are not concerned and admit liability if something were to happen. Caller wants the possibility of that prevented.

Suspicious Person, Arland Place, Montesano, 8:18 a.m.: Caller reports a door-to-door carpet salesperson could have been a cover for casing homes. The flyer distributed listed the company out of Mount Vernon.

Violation of Court Order, Elma McCleary Road, McCleary, 4:05 p.m.: Caller has not had his daughter served with an order yet, but says she is inside the home. The caller is “hollering and throwing things” requesting she be served and removed from the property. The caller followed the daughter out of the home to a business in McCleary. A deputy was able to serve the order on her.

Animal-Dangerous Dog, Kite Lane, Satsop, 1:42 p.m.: Report of a man in an emergency room with a dog bite that occurred during the past few days and was not reported. The alleged unprovoked bite to the right neck/jaw area, occurred somewhere in rural Satsop from an unknown dog, a male pit bull.

Tuesday, March 5

Noise Complaint, Rosemary Lane North, Elma, 11:07 p.m.: Report of the neighbors having a party with loud music. Caller cannot provide an address or any names as they are new to the area. The music was turned down.

Theft, Conley Lane, Satsop, 5:58 p.m.: Caller reports that one of his foster children is stealing coins from a rare coin collection. He is attempting to have her removed from the home. the child is not being disorderly or attempting to run away.

Wednesday, March 6

Intoxicated Person, Fairgrounds Road, Elma, 6:16 p.m.: Report of an intoxicated man outside “bugging” people at the park and pretending to shoot at other trailers. The man was witnessed drinking a beer then throwing it around.

Domestic Violence, South School Street, Oakville, 12:23 p.m.: Caller has an order against her son, but he came to her home last night at about 9 p.m. She did not call at the time because he allegedly took the phone from her and threatened her if she called. She believes he was high on meth when he punched holes in her wall, broke a door and her computer. She said she was forced to leave her home in slippers, and he finally left the home sometime in the middle of the night.

Thursday, March 7

Criminal Mischief, Monte Elma Road, Montesano, 6:25 p.m.: Caller reports that windows were broken in her fifth wheel.

Trespass, Murray Place, Elma, 5:28 a.m.: Caller reports hearing a noise outside. He went outside and saw two people come out from underneath the trailer, take off running and getting into a black car. Caller believes there are more people under his trailer.

Animal Problem, Rosemary Lane North, Elma, 12:34 p.m.: Report of an ongoing problem with a stray dog dumped at the shop.

Weapons Offense, Wenzel Slough Road, Elma, 6:31 p.m.: Report of gunshots heard in the past several minutes. Shots were audible in the background to the call taker as well.

Theft, Foreman Road, McCleary, 12:52 p.m.: Report of a mailbox being broken into and a credit card being used in the past couple of days.

Suspicious Circumstance, Sand Creek Road, McCleary, 8:22 p.m.: Caller returned home to find mail that was opened on his porch as if someone picked it up. The mail was wet, and could have been opened from the moisture.

Friday, March 8

Civil Dispute, Murray Place, Elma, 7:14 p.m.: Caller reports allowing a neighbor to borrow a power saw, tools and electronics, but he is refusing to return them.

Disorderly Conduct, Wynooche Valley Road, Montesano, 7 p.m.: Report of the caller’s daughter’s boyfriend beating on a dog because he was upset the dog tore up the caller’s door.

Saturday, March 9

Found Animal, Murray Place, Elma, 9:33 a.m.: Report of a pug running loose in the area. The park manager asked the caller to report the problem. The caller had one of the park workers untie the dog from the owner’s steps as she didn’t like how it was tied up, it has since ran off through the park and the dog owner is unaware of the missing dog.

Burglary, Oak Meadows Lane, Oakville, 6:09 a.m.: Report of the caller’s daughter trying to break into the house, and is allegedly on drugs and is schizophrenic. The caller is trying all of the windows and doors, insisting to talk to the caller.

Citizen Assist, Couch Road, Oakville, 5:11 p.m.: Caller reports a woman who has an order against him continues to show up at the home. Caller is partially disabled and cares for his elderly father and is unable to leave when she arrives. The woman used to live at the home, but no longer does. The caller said he keeps begging her to stay away as she is causing medical issues for him and his father.

Sunday, March 10

Suspicious Circumstance, Murray Place, Elma, 2:06 p.m.: Caller reports there are two people under his trailer. Caller believes they are crawling around to “mess with them.” and says they are stuck under the trailer contained by the skirting. Caller said that he would shoot them if no one came from the department. The call taker was advised not to make threats and to put the gun away.

Suspicious Circumstance, Bush Creek Road, Elma, 8:10 p.m.: A car with tires and its front seats removed was found on a quad trail. The tree farm was contacted for access.

Suspicious Circumstance, Landberg Lane, Satsop, 1:50 p.m.: Caller reports a neighbor’s hand is bleeding. The neighbor is mentally unstable and there is blood all over the floor. The caller believes he punched a hole in the wall, causing his hand to bleed. The neighbor will voluntarily go to the hospital for treatment.

Monday, March 11

Abandoned Vehicle, Mox Chehalis Road East, McCleary, 8:15 a.m.: Report of an abandoned camper trailer left on the caller’s property.

Harassment, Church Road, McCleary, 5:34 p.m.: Caller is concerned the neighbor is stalking the caller’s children.

Citizen Assist, West Broadway Street, Montesano, 2:47 p.m.: Caller is trying to locate his brother who is homeless and using drugs heavily. He is trying to locate him so he can get him cleaned up and into rehabilitation.

Tuesday, March 12

Animal At Large, Lucke Place, Elma, 2:28 p.m.: Caller reports an ongoing problem with the neighbor’s chickens getting onto the caller’s property. The department contacted the owner’s girlfriend who said the poultry will be taken care of first thing in the morning when he returned home.

Driving Complaint, Hokanson Road, Elma, 7:47 p.m.: Report of cars speeding from 70-80 MPH up the road in a posted 25 MPH zone every night this week. Caller says the vehicles are unknown and travelling to a known drug house.

Welfare Check, Wynooche Valley Road, Montesano, 1:43 p.m.: Caller requests a check on an elderly woman who was scheduled for a pickup today. She didn’t answer the door, and yesterday, the driver had to assist her into her home. Caller is concerned as she has been ill.

Wednesday, March 13

Theft, Furford Lane, Elma, 3:34 p.m.: Report of theft of guns belonging to the caller’s son, who just had an order served on him not allowing him to have them anymore. The caller went to retrieve them, but they are now gone. The son is going through a divorce and the order is with his estranged wife who just moved out of the caller’s residence. The guns were found to have been seized as evidence last month.

Disorderly Conduct, Paradise Avenue, Malone, 8:39 p.m.: Report of a person who has allegedly been drinking that “someone is going to pay.” It was determined that a teenager had an argument with his mother.

Fraud/Swindle/Confidence Game, Lynch Road, McCleary, 12:16 p.m.: Caller reports a possible identity theft as a package arrived under the caller’s name that wasn’t ordered. A case number is needed for the bank.

Driving Complaint, East Elma Hicklin Road at Highway 108, McCleary, 7:58 p.m.: Caller reports that his daughter was just dropped off by her husband who had been drinking. It is believed he is driving to Aberdeen. Caller is on his way to pick up the daughter.

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