Lopez’s litter, suspicious substance, cat-hunting dogs | San Juan County Sheriff’s Log

The San Juan County Sheriff’s Office responded to the following calls.

August 24

• A deputy from San Juan responded to a report of animal noise. The dog’s owner was contacted and asked to silence the dog when barking so as not to disturb the neighbours.

• A San Juan deputy responded to a report of an injury-free collision involving a boat untrailed on the roadway. The driver received a citation for an unsecured load and received several warnings.

• An Orcas deputy responded to a fraudulent call where the reporting party received an SMS asking them to click on a link to collect money. They didn’t and reported it to the company where the text came from.

• On Lopez, a deputy took possession of a Utah driver’s license found on the side of Davis Bay Road. The deputy contacted the owner of the license and mailed it back to Utah.

• A deputy from San Juan responded to a report of a barking dog. The reporting party hoped that a deputy speaking to the owners of the dog would help the situation. The dog’s owners received a copy of the county noise ordinance rules and were understanding.

• A Lopez deputy directed traffic from a tow truck recovering a van that had crashed on Port Stanley Road.

• An orc woman returned a handmade bag she had found on the beach. The bag was reserved in the hall of the property at the Orcas substation.

• The deputy for San Juan responded to a report of fraud. An investigation revealed that no losses had been incurred and only partial information had been obtained. The reporting party was advised to monitor their credit and notify their bank.

• A deputy on Orcas carried out a roadside check. The driver was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol and/or narcotics.

• Orcas Deputies responded to a call from a resident of Waldron Island regarding a trespassing complaint. The area was searched and no suspects were found.

• A deputy from San Juan responded to a report of a civil litigation regarding a vehicle being sold. The reporting party has provided a statement and the incident has been documented.

August 25

• A deputy on Orcas has been notified of a wanted person at the ferry terminal. The person was found, arrested and imprisoned in Friday Harbor.

• A deputy from San Juan took a report of a violation of order that had occurred several days previously. The incident will be investigated and a report will be sent to the prosecutor’s office for a charging decision.

• An Orcas assistant completed a courtesy report for a vehicle that was struck on private property.

• A San Juan deputy broke into a common area of ​​a local business due to vagrancy and drinking.

• A citizen of Lopez saw a man throw a can of beer out of the window of a vehicle. When deputies located and interviewed the man described, he denied littering. The deputy looked for him but did not find any beer cans in the area described.

• A deputy from San Juan responded to a hit-and-run accident at the ferry terminal. A motorcycle driver lost control, collided with a parked vehicle and left the scene without exchanging information with the victim. The fleeing driver has been located and identified, and the file will be forwarded to the prosecution for a charge decision.

August 26

• In Friday Harbor, a deputy was contacted about a suspicious circumstance. A person had located a bag containing white powder inside. The baggy was entered into evidence to be destroyed.

• Lopez deputies responded to a 911 hang-up call. Upon investigation, someone had accidentally dialed 911 out of pocket while mowing the lawn.

• An Orcas deputy responded to and investigated a rollover traffic accident on Point Lawrence Road.

• A deputy from San Juan received a complaint from a citizen regarding the behavior of a Washington State Ferry employee. A declaration has been completed and the incident will be forwarded to the appropriate jurisdiction.

August 27

• Deputy Lopez performed a wellness check at the request of an out-of-state relative. Everything was fine.

• A deputy located a vehicle in San Juan that had been hit while parked and investigated the incident. The driver of the vehicle that struck the parked vehicle contacted the deputies and provided their information.

• A deputy from San Juan was reported about a dog on the loose. The dog was secured and returned to its owner who received a citation for a first offence.

• A deputy was sent to an intrusion on San Juan. The deputy contacted the caller who explained that the problem was civil.

• A San Juan deputy responded to a report of a single-vehicle collision with injuries. The driver came to a sudden stop when a scooter in front came to a sudden stop. The scooter fell and the driver was potentially injured.

• An Orcas deputy responded to a call about a suspicious container on North Beach Road. A plastic ammo box containing a tow strap was recovered and listed as a lost item.

• A deputy from San Juan responded to an intrusion call. One person was arrested for trespassing in the first degree, obstructing law enforcement and possession of stolen property in the second degree. At the time of the arrest, the identity of the person arrested was unknown.

• A deputy from San Juan responded to a domestic incident report in Roche Harbour. While investigating the incident, one side kicked the other in the presence of the deputy. The kicker was arrested and jailed for assault – fourth degree domestic violence.

August 28

• A deputy was contacted regarding a vehicle prowling the Friday Harbor area. The person reported that his vehicle was parked at his residence and that he had been driven over during the night. Some small items were allegedly stolen.

• A deputy on San Juan took a found property report report. The object was entered in the evidence system due to an unknown owner.

August 29

• Two firearms were given to a deputy from Lopez for destruction. Both firearms were checked and found to be clean.

• An Orcas assistant investigated the theft of a firearm from a residence. A report has been written and the investigation is ongoing.

• A deputy on Orcas received a found shotgun to be destroyed at the owner’s request.

• A deputy from San Juan took a found property report. Two credit cards were returned and entered into evidence.

August 30

• A person returned property in the Friday Harbor area. The object was entered into evidence.

• A deputy on Orcas responded to a call from property found near the ferry landing. The purse and all of its contents were reserved in the evidence room and recorded accordingly.

• A deputy was dispatched for a welfare check on the San Juans. The deputy contacted the person who was transported for further assistance.

• A deputy from San Juan was sent a report of dogs chasing a cat. The dogs were located by the cat’s owner and released to the caretaker. The cat was later found dead.

• The sub-reporter was contacted regarding a burglary in the San Juan area. The person said the incident happened a few days before.

• San Juan deputies responded to a report of a domestic incident. One person was arrested for spousal harassment and imprisoned.

• A San Juan deputy responded to a report of a minor using his parents’ credit card when they weren’t supposed to. The parents did not wish to initiate criminal proceedings.

• A deputy responded to an agency help on San Juan. The person involved said they were fine and would handle the situation on their own for the time being.

• A deputy from San Juan responded to a property found report. The owner has been located and the property has been returned.

• A deputy from San Juan spoke to a citizen who said that trees had been felled on his property without authorization. The citizen will try to solve the problem with the property management.

• Orcas MPs responded to an unwanted person trespassing on private property. Deputies were unable to take the person into custody as the suspect had fled the area. Additional efforts are being made to locate and arrest the suspect.

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