I want to give a BIG thank you to Officer Flood!! Our car broke down today and officer flood stopped an stayed with me and my kiddos until I could get my car towed and made sure traffic wouldn't hit us. Thank you so much for all you guys do!!!Amanda S. ,
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January 23rd, 6:28 am
Day/Swing/Grave Shift logs 01/22/18:
Day Shift Log:
Seltice/Goode- Single vehicle Roll Over crash- Female driver was EB on Seltice Way at Idaho when she lost control of her vehicle. It appears that her vehicle spun around in the roadway struck the south curb and at some point began to roll over knocking down the fence and coming to rest on its side just north of I90 on the grassy hill. The female was trapped but uninjured in her vehicle. extremely slick roads and bald front tires were contributing factors in this crash.
Very busy shift with Warrant Arrests, Crashes, Domestic, Civil Stand Bys and other misc. calls for service. There were no major incidents this shift.
Swing Shift Log:
A citizen reported a reckless driver. Officers located the vehicle and contacted the driver. The driver was initially cooperative with SFSTs, but ultimately refused to perform any evaluations beyond HGN. Based on the driver’s level of obvious impairment an arrest was made. A breath sample of nearly four times the legal limit was obtained. The driver was booked into PSB for Felony Excessive DUI.
18PF0991: Traffic Offense
An officer conducted a traffic stop for an infraction. It was determined the driver was suspended. He was issued a citation for the offense and informed a licensed driver needed to respond to the scene to retrieve him and his vehicle.
Swing shift units responded to 19 calls for service tonight.
Graveyard Shift Log:
Officer stopped vehicle for failing to maintain its lane of travel. Officer made contact with the male driver who admitted to consuming 5 beers. Officer placed male through SFSTs which he subsequently failed. Male was given opportunity to give breath samples, which he provided insuf./.120/.109. Male was booked at PSB for DUI and his vehicle was impounded.
18PF02007 Hit and Run Crash
Officer responded to an address on CDA Ave. for report of a hit and run crash. Officer was able to locate the possible suspect vehicle down the road, however, an owner was not contacted. Officer left his business card on the vehicle with a note to call the PD as soon as possible. –HW ... See MoreSee Less
January 22nd, 10:55 am
Swing and Night Shift logs 01/21/18
Swing shift only responded to about 14 calls for service, but stayed busy with some of these more complex and time- consuming calls/arrests.
18PF01881: Shoplifter/Drugs at Walmart on Mullan
Two suspects stole a television from the store and fled in a vehicle. Officers located the vehicle and conducted a traffic stop. Ultimately, the males were arrested on drug charges and cited and released for shoplifting. One of them was also booked into PSB for a warrant and False Info to Law Enforcement.
18PF01868: Shoplifter at Walmart on Mullan
A male suspect conducted a “cart push” and exited the store with merchandise. Officers were unable to locate the suspect after he fled the parking lot in a vehicle, but suspect info was obtained and report was taken.
18PF01872: Found Property at Mullan and Greensferry
A citizen found a tool kit in the road and brought it to the PD. It was placed in evidence for safe keeping.
Night shift officers responded to 12 calls for service throughout the night with no notable calls to mention. (JO) ... See MoreSee Less
January 21st, 11:33 pm
1/21/18 Day Shift
Multiple Medical Assists, Found Property, Vin Inspections, Welfare Checks.
It was a quiet shift with no major incidents. JM ... See MoreSee Less
January 21st, 12:32 pm
Swing and night shift logs 01/20/18
Swing units responded to 24 calls for service between 1500 and 2000 hrs, mostly citizen assists and medical assists. There were two minor traffic misdemeanor reports for failure to purchase drivers licenses. Nothing further to report.
Graveyard responded to approximately 8 calls for service, of which there were no reportable calls. JO ... See MoreSee Less