The Montesano Police Department responded to 55 calls from Oct. 19-25. Here are some of the calls they responded to:
Friday, Oct. 19
Information Report, North Main Street, 3 p.m.: A business owner said a woman attempted to pass a counterfeit $100 bill. No transaction was made, as the clerk refused to take the currency. The woman took back the bill and left the store. Surveillance video was looked at to obtain a description of the woman.
Request for Extra Patrols, West Harriett, 11:10 a.m.: A man requested additional patrols in the area based on a phone call he had received. The man said the caller gave specific information about his routine that worried him and prompted him to contact police.
Noise Complaint, East Marcy Avenue, 8:31 p.m.: A woman reported gunshots nearby. The dispatch operator advised the caller that there were fireworks being used at the Montesano football game.
Saturday, Oct. 20
Disorderly Conduct, South Main Street, 1:25 a.m.: Two intoxicated individuals were rolling in the street with several bystanders attempting to break up the fight. The fighters stopped and were cooporative when police arrived. No injuries were reported and no one desired to press charges. The fighters were transported from the location.
Welfare Check, South Glenn Street, 6:49 p.m.: A Montesano woman said a man came to her door requesting a ride to the hospital. The woman gave a description of the man, who was acting strangely, and the direction he was traveling on foot.
Welfare Check, East Elma Avenue, 7:10 p.m.: Another resident also encountered a man asking to be driven to the emergency room. When advised that the resident would call an ambulance, the man left stating that he could not afford the charges of the ambulance.
Agency Assist, Monte-Elma Road, 9:14 p.m.: The Montesano Fire Department responded to a call of a man with a possible heart attack. The individual was transported to a medical facility.
Sunday, Oct. 21
Suspicious Person, Crait Field, 4:19 p.m.: Police contacted two teens near the announcer booth at the ballpark. The youths stated that they were throwing down “helicopter seeds.” The police advised the teens to stay away from the announcers’ area. No damage was reported.
Monday, Oct. 22
Suspicious Person, East Beacon Avenue, 2:51 p.m.: A male was seen ducking in and out of the bushes, described as having a large pack and a dog with him. The male told police he was waiting for a ride from his mother and that he was trying to keep his clothes out of the rain. He was on his way to Aberdeen to do his laundry.
Tuesday, Oct. 23
Information Report, West Pioneer Avenue, 9:58 a.m.: A possible altercation between a man and woman was reported on the street. As police arrived, the two had left the scene, but police were able to locate the woman, who said she had an argument with her boyfriend, but no physical violence happened. The police provided domestic violence information to the woman.
Wednesday, Oct. 24
Harassment, North Third Street, 10:25 a.m.: A woman said that she had just received a phone call from a man who said he had gotten her number from a note that she had left saying she had hit his car. The woman told police that she had not been in any accident and that she had not left any note with her phone number. She believed this to be some type of scam.
Theft from Vehicle, South West End Place, 9:10 p.m.: An individual was reportedly looking into vehicles and houses. A description of the person was given. Police patrolled the area and could not find anyone matching the description.
Thursday, Oct. 25
Simple Assault, South Chehalis Street, 12:36 a.m.: Police responded to a call about a fight with a lot of yelling and screaming. The couple was known to have a baby in the home. Police arrested the woman for domestic violence.
Found Property, South Main Street, 9:08 p.m.: Montesano police retrieved a bullet that woman said was found on the ground outside her restaurant. The bullet appeared to be from a hunting rifle.