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Sheriff's Log

 

October 18, 2018



Sunday, October 7

Report of theft of game camera and trespass on Sept. 19, Trout Creek.

Two handguns found by hunter, T. Falls.

Report of fire against hill across highway from dump, T. Falls.

Caller reported daughter missing in Kalispell, is pretty sure she is in Hot Springs area.

Horse found dead with bullet wounds, Plains.

Caller states man came up behind him, grabbed speaker and threw it in a puddle, Plains.

Report of smoke coming from behind residence, T. Falls.

Caller requests officer contact regarding earlier verbal confrontation with person on his property, Heron.

Report of machine tampering at laundromat, T. Falls.

Report of male yelling and screaming in the area.

Report of female running around banging on doors at apartment complex, Hot Springs.

Monday, October 8

Report of debris on road, Dixon.

Vehicle versus deer, Hot Springs.

Caller states male came to his house, banged on door and left dents, T. Falls.

Caller states two boys are living in a camper and appear to be fighting, Paradise.

Welfare check requested for kids playing in yard, T. Falls.

Welfare check requested, Plains.

Report of man entering residence, pushing and hitting woman and accusing her grandchildren of stealing his gas can.

Report of horses on Blue Slide Road, T. Falls.

Report that juvenile male has stolen bike from person that lives at Little Bitterroot Services, Plains.

Neighbor is breaking lid off propane tank, T. Falls.

Report of unconscious male from motorcycle accident.

Vehicle accident, T. Falls.

Tuesday, October 9

Deputy requested for removal of male from residence, T. Falls.

Report of noisy dogs, Plains.

Couple harassing staff, Plains.

Caller states neighbor’s dogs are always running loose, T. Falls.

Female would like officer to help retrieve items from her residence, roommate refusing to let her in, Plains.

Caller states neighbors are building fence on their property and blocking street and alley, Plains.

Report of neighbor’s dogs on porch eating cat food, Plains.

NorthWestern Energy has report of powerline down across road, Plains.

Bonner County juvenile probation officer requests BOLO for two runaways, Sandpoint.

Report of runaway juvenile at her residence, Hot Springs.

Report of gunshot behind the water tower area, T. Falls.

Report of suspicious camper on Little Beaver Creek Road, T. Falls.

Wednesday, October 10

Welfare check for female sitting on side of road, T. Falls.

Logging truck on side, no injuries, partial blockage, T. Falls.

Written statement reporting theft by use of debit card.

Vehicle versus deer, Plains.

Thursday, October 11

Fender bender between two students, T. Falls.

Report of male at courthouse refusing to leave, T. Falls.

Report over vehicle swerving on highway, T. Falls.

Friday, October 12

Attempted break-in on change machine, T. Falls.

Dog chasing deer, Plains.

Report of piles burning on corner, Plains.

Brown cow out, Hot Springs.

Report of threatening calls and texts, Noxon.

Altercation reported, Plains.

Report of heavy gasoline smell, concerned there was a fuel spill at one of the gas stations, T. Falls.

Report of person leaving bar intoxicated, Noxon.

Report of intoxicated male laying in road by Dixon Bar.

Report of at least five bright flashlights moving all over meadow, T. Falls.

Caller reports possible sound of brick hitting the side of his house, T. Falls.

Saturday, October 13

Report of tree down, Plains.

Report of vehicle accident, T. Falls.

Vehicle stuck in ditch, appears to be no one around.

Report of deer tangled in Fish and Game bear trap, Trout Creek.

Report of injured fawn, T. Falls.

Report of cows on road, Hot Springs.

Semi with oversized load unable to go under railroad trestle, Trout Creek.

Report of runaway, T. Falls.

Report of violation of permanent order of protection, Hot Springs.

 

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