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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November 12th, 4:26 am
Today we say Thank you to all who have served and are serving our country. Happy veterans day! ... See MoreSee Less
November 10th, 2:30 pm
Day Shift 11/10/18
Shift was slow with officers responding to approximately 27 calls for service including vehicle accidents, traffic problems, suspicious, citizen assists, welfare checks, and animal problems. The following were the notable calls for service.
Calls for service:
18PF29748 Theft, WARM SPRINGS AVE. A package was stolen from the front porch of this residence. Report taken.
18PF29750 possible attempted burglary 6405 W POINTE PKWY; WALMART (STATELINE), Subjects attempted to use keys to open case where XBOX games were located. They were contacted by employees then left the store empty handed. Store personnel did not wish to pursue charges. -AC ... See MoreSee Less
November 10th, 2:07 am
Swing Shift Log 11/09/18
Officers stayed busy during the shift responding to the usual calls for service as well as:
18PF29687 Welfare check Qemiln Park.
Complainant reported two female subjects in the park that looked like they may not have had their bearings. After an extensive search involving several officers and the complainant, the ladies were located unharmed.
18PF29691 Juvenile Runaway E 15th Avenue.
Male juvenile ran away from residence. Subject was located a short time later and arrested for runaway.
18PF29692 Welfare Check on Park Ridge Loop.
Male juvenile was on foot in the area and was on the phone with a parent threatening suicide. Juvenile was located by the parent but refused to cooperate with them. Officer responded, contacted the juvenile and at the request of the parents, provided a courtesy transport to Kootenai Health.
18PF29693 Counterfeit Walmart
Complainant reported he engaged in a transaction via internet to purchase a snowblower. Arrangements were made to meet in the parking lot of this location and exchange the snowblower for the money. Suspects were given a $100.00 bill and gave a $50.00 in change and it was discovered later that the $50.00 bill was clearly counterfeit.
18PF29698 Domestic Dispute on Charlieville
Physical dispute between adult male and female. Parties were separated and report was taken.
18PF29705 Hit and Run at Super 1
Vehicle struck in the parking lot, no known suspect or vehicle.
18PF29712 Traffic Accident I90 milepost 5
Vehicle lost control on slick roads.
18PF29715 Traffic accident Central Avenue
Two vehicles, non-injury.
18PF29723 Vehicle fire on E. Seltice Way.
Officers on-scene of this at the time of this writing and no additional information available. (JO) ... See MoreSee Less
November 9th, 3:14 pm
Day shift log 11/09/18:
Calls for service:
Warrant 18PF29644 - Officer noticed vehicle parked suspiciously, ran the plate and discovered the registered owner had a warrant. Officer contacted the R/O at her residence and placed her under arrest.
Property damage accident 18PF29649 Mullan Ave in front of Walmart 3050 E. Mullan Ave. Vehicle exiting the Walmart parking lot collided with vehicle headed E/B on Mullan report taken. LF ... See MoreSee Less