Just want to say thank you to the Post Falls Police for their vigilant presence at all our local schools yesterday, reminding everyone to be safe with our kids back out. As a mom who has kids in four different schools in Post Falls, it makes me feel awesome knowing that you are out there helping us keep an eye on things. Thank you all for everything!!Cassandra,
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April 23rd, 6:36 am
Day, Swing, and Graveyard Shift 04/22-04/23
Officers responded to 89 calls for service. Some of the calls included welfare checks, traffic offenses, numerous parking problems, noise complaints, medical assists, and multiple animal calls. Below are the notable calls for service:
17PF10254- N Sparrow Lp, Mal injury- Victim was advising a member from his Home Owners Association had dented his vehicle after placing a courtesy notice on his vehicle.
17PF10259- Corby’s Bar, Mal injury- Victim advised her vehicle was struck last night at the bar and through witnesses, a suspect was identified. The suspect later admitted to the officer over the phone of striking something.
17PF10267- Bobs 21 Bar, Mal injury- Victim noticed the trunk to his vehicle was keyed, in which he believes a passed acquaintance did this. Investigation is still on going.
17PF10307 Hit and Run- Vehicle backed into a motorcycle before leaving parking lot. Report taken.
17PF10318 Drugs- Officers responded to a domestic dispute call and contacted suspect in his car where drugs were found. It was determined there was no domestic crime. Suspect was cited for mara and para.
17PF10326 Drugs- Officer checked on suspicious vehicle at gas station and paraphernalia was found inside the vehicle. Individuals were cited and released.
17PF10328 DUI- Male was reported to be passed out at the wheel while at a local gas station. Male would not wake up when officers and fire crew knocked on the window. Fire crew opened car door with slim jim and were able to sternum rub the male to wake up. Officers detained male due to his lack of cooperation and ultimately arrested him for DUI. JLH ... See MoreSee Less
April 21st, 6:12 am
Day, Swing, and Graveyard Shift 04/20-04/21
Officers responded to 117 calls for service in those 24hrs. Some of the calls included 6 welfare checks, 11 traffic offenses, a few medical assists, citizen assists, and numerous animal calls. Below are some of the notable calls for service:
17PF10092- Theft from Covington- Rp reports the theft of mail from this location, report taken
17PF10104- Traffic offense- Officer stopped a vehicle where the driver had a invalid D.L.. citation issued.
17PF10125- Verbal Domestic at N Siony- Male V. Female argument. Nothing physical reported
17PF10133 Shoplifter- Female suspect was detained by AP for stealing makeup at Super One. She was cited and released for petit theft.
17PF10141 Drugs- ISP advised of a possible DUI on interstate 90 exiting at MP 7. Suspect vehicle was located and officer made contact with driver who was found to be in possession of marijuana. Driver was cited and released upon satisfactorily completing evals.
17PF10144 Paraphernalia/Frequenting- Officers checked out with suspicious vehicle located in the parking lot of a local restaurant. The occupants were found to be in possession of paraphernalia. They were cited and released for possession and frequenting. JLH ... See MoreSee Less
April 20th, 2:54 pm
*Cruising with the Cops Highlights*
The first of five Cruising with the Cops events held on April 15 kicked-off this year’s schedule with success! Upon departing from PFPD, 50 cars cruised the 65-mile stretch through parts of Idaho and Washington then concluded at the Liberty Lake Police Department.
Cruising with the Cops event is an escorted classic and emergency vehicle car cruise supporting law enforcement and other first responders. The event is an offshoot of the annual Friday night cruise that takes place prior to the Post Falls Police Cops-n-Kids & Rodders-n-More Open House in August.
The next cruise is May 27, 2017 with registration open until May 19. To register and view the complete 2017 Cruising with the Cops schedule, go to johnbujosa.wixsite.com/cruisingwiththecops or contact John at email@example.com (kv) ... See MoreSee Less
April 19th, 9:57 am
*Coffee with a Cop - May 15, 2017*
The Post Falls Police Department invites local citizens to attend our next Coffee with a Cop on Monday, May 15, 2017 at Gross Donuts (formerly Donut Dugout) located at 1603 E. Seltice Way in Post Falls.
The concept is simple. Join us for coffee and relaxed conversation as police and citizens meet together in an informal, neutral space to discuss community issues and build relationships. No presentations, speeches, nor agendas. Talk about any issue and ask questions. Together, we will create a foundation for building partnerships and engaging in community problem solving.
Also, citizens will get to know the Post Falls Police staff including patrol and code enforcement officers, 911 dispatchers, animal safety, and other department staff members.
Post Falls Police hosts Coffee with a Cop every few months at different times and businesses throughout the community to allow as many citizens as possible to attend the event. The first cup of coffee is on us, and we will be giving away a free gun lock to everyone. We hope you can join us! (kv) ... See MoreSee Less