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Call Log: Lewis County Sheriff

Aug. 5- 10

Tuesday, Aug. 5

Disabled vehicle - Previously wrecked vehicle on the side of the road.

RP advised of a grass field fire out of hand.

RP advised a man walked to her house and told her there was an accident down below RP’s house and a lady and child on the road crying.

Wednesday, Aug. 6

Agency assist - would like an officer to go with her for a home visit.

Malicious injury- suspect loosened bolts on RP’s tie rod and steering box on vehicle. Occurred some time last night.

Thursday, Aug. 7

Animal problem Dead deer in the road.

Three vehicle non-injury accident.

Burglary alarm.

RP saw subject driving a white Ford F250 speeding and harassing RP, following her and willing to testify that subject was driving.

Medical - 5-year-old male, uninjured, stuck in a grain truck.

Friday, Aug. 8

Brush fire 100 yards form Lawyers Canyon.

Traffic hazard - tree down in eastbound lane.

24-year-old male passed out, now conscious, knocked out his teeth, bloody face.

Saturday, Aug. 9

RP advised two brown mares in road on Kamiah side of bridge, Lawyers Creek Highway.

Subject drove from Kamiah to Sheriff’s Office on an indefinite suspended license with daughers in the vehicle.

Accident - Ford truck crashed avoiding a deer, 2 patients conscious and breathing.

Sunday, Aug. 10

Husband is really drunk and she can’t get him to throw up, does not want ambulance, wants someone to “wander over to help me get him to throw up.” Was advised do not have officer immediately available and advised to call back if she wants ambulance before one is available.

Agency assist - subject being belligerent after being arrested.

Medical - Neighbor came and knocked on her door but keeps passing out and looks extremely pale.

Mailboxes and fence were damaged and RP wold like to speak to an officer about the damage.

57-year-old male fell off porch and broke ribs couple of days ago. Now he is vomiting. Brother called 911 for ambulance.


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