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August 15th, 5:44 am
Day,Swing, and graveyard responded to a total of 109 calls for service. The notable calls for each shift are as follows
17PF23358: Auto Burg
RP called to report an impact hammer ($3000.00) stolen from out of the back of the truck while they were staying at the Silverstone Inn. There are no suspects at this time and report was taken.
17PF23375: Traffic Offense
Officer conducted traffic stop for a traffic violation. The driver did not a have a valid driver’s license and was issued a citation for the violation.
-17PF23420 Fight in the area of 800 Blk N. Frederick. While on a routine traffic stop officers spotted two adult females physically fighting. Upon contact neither party wished to pursue charges at this time D1.
-17PF23426 DUI/Traffic offense. Two different R/P’s called 911 to report a possible DUI driver. One R/P advised the male almost caused several crashes near Idaho Rd and Prairie Ave. The Second R/P reported the suspect driver almost caused several crashes near Hwy 41 and Prairie Ave swerving all the roadway and was unable to maintain his lane of travel. One of the R/P’s followed the driver when he went into a neighborhood. Officers located the suspect vehicle parked at a residence and made contact with a male who admitted to owning/driving the vehicle. Upon initial contact officers immediately detected the odor of alcohol and could see the male was under the influence. The male was put through a series of sobriety evaluations where he failed and was detained for suspicion of DUI. The male agreed to a breath test were he blew .15/.17. Because the male was already home and cooperative he was charged for DUI and released at the scene with a citation D1.
-17PF23439 Drugs . R/P “Employee” advised she had a male dumpster diving and wanted him trespassed. When Officers made contact they discovered some illegal and/or drug items D1 cite/release
17PF23458 Warrant Service
Officer conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle for illegal blue lights in the parking lot of Walmart. Driver was found to have a confirmed warrant for his arrest. Male was booked on the warrant and cited for the listed equipment violation.
Officers were dispatched to a disturbance in the parking lot of “Sonic”. A male on scene was contacted and found to have methamphetamine, heroin and paraphernalia in his possession. Male was arrested for all.
Have a wonderful day! (JBO) ... See MoreSee Less
August 14th, 3:27 pm
*PFPD Open House - August 26, 2017*
You’re invited to attend our annual Post Falls Police Cops-n-Kids & Rodders-n-More Open House from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. August 26, 2017!
There’ll be activities for the entire family, including tours, K9 demonstrations, and classic car show. Admission is free and nonperishable food items are welcome for donation to the Post Falls Food Bank.
For more information, go to www.postfallspolice.com/news-update/post-falls-police-open-house-2017/. Hope to see you there! (kv) ... See MoreSee Less
August 14th, 6:31 am
8/13/17 Swing and Graveyard responded to a variety of calls such as medical calls, citizen assist, welfare checks and suspicious calls.
-17PF23320 Intoxicated person/detox hold. A citizen called 911 to report an intoxicated male was in the roadway at one point and then rolled down a 50ft bank near Seltice Way and 4th Street. Officers arrived on scene to find a highly intoxicated male laying at the bottom of the hill. The male was okay but clearly could not properly taking care of himself. The male was barely coherent, had no ID and soiled himself. The male was taken into custody on a detox hole. He was transported to KH for a medical evaluation and then to PSB.
-17PF23329 Officers responded to 2 calls for service for a verbal dispute between a couple.
-17PF23337 Domestic dispute/disturbance at McDonald’s. A citizen called and advised a female was being disruptive inside the business. When Officers arrived they discovered a teenage girl was being very verbal with her parents. (JM) ... See MoreSee Less
August 14th, 6:30 am
Day shift 8/13/17
Officers were steady responding to approximately 38 calls for service.
RP called to report she had been receiving threatening phone calls. Report as taken. (JM) ... See MoreSee Less