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Call Log: Lewis County Sheriff

August 11-17

Monday Aug. 11

Fuel theft from grain trucks.

Traffic offense - rigs driving too fast through town, lime colored pickup speeds every day.

Theft of vehicle parts, red Jeep parked on Willow.

Suspicious circumstance - RP advised subject is tearing up the house.

Tuesday, Aug. 12

RP advised he is pilot of wide load. They pulled into pit stop for coffee and now a personal vehicle has pulled in and has them blocked. Did not have description of car.

K-9 Sniff - report of possible marijuana hidden at above location.

Traffic hazard - branches in the road.

K-9 sniff - ISP requesting on traffic stop.

Wednesday, Aug. 13

Cows on road.

68-year-old male fell out of chair and needs help getting back up.

Thursday, Aug. 14

Information - Kamiah called on 911 to get the address of the pole on fire after fire department and Kamiah Ambulance had been paged twice.

Friday, Aug. 15

Parking complaint - Alley blocked by shoulders, pickup, dark color.

Animal problem - pigs on the road.

K-9 sniff - requested.

Traffic Hazard - boulders in the road South of Winchester.

Saturday, Aug. 16

RP advised someone locked their keys in the car and would like an officer to come help.

RP would like an officer to come check out the house at the above address. RP is moving into the house and would like an officer to come check it for drugs to remove and has a check sitting on the master bath counter that he would like to be taken away.

Sunday, Aug. 17

Vehicle parked alongside of road nonblocking with keys in ignition and doors unlocked. Advised dispatch to try and reach owner. Silver 2007 Ford F150.

Vehicle fully engulfed and exploding. People running around everywhere.

Advised check with Nez Perce County Sheriff’s Office and see if Tribe needs help with large party in Idaho County.

Hospice death.

Cow problem - subject has eight cows out.

RP advised he found a Washington state license plate and would like to return it to owner.


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