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February 19th, 5:21 pm
Day shift log 02/19/18
Day shift was a busy shift with multiple crashes, medical calls, mal-injury calls etc. There were no major incidents to report.
18PF04229- Suspicious/Drugs W Seltice Way
Officer observed a passenger car parked on Seltice Way with the driver's door open and a male with his head down sitting inside. The officer made contact and was immediately overcome with the smell of burning marijuana. The male was taken into custody for a large amount of marijuana and paraphernalia. (JO) ... See MoreSee Less
February 18th, 8:30 pm
Graveyard and Day Shift 02/17-02/18
Officers responded to 37 calls for service. Some of the calls included animal calls, domestics, medical assists, and welfare checks. Below are the notable calls for service:
18PF04138: Agency Assist, PSB
ISP requested an agency assist for a DRE evaluation on a suspected drug impaired driver. A DRE evaluation was performed and the suspect was booked for DUI drugs by ISP, report taken.
18PF04142: Agency Assist, PSB
Kootenai County requested an agency assist for a DRE evaluation on a suspected drug impaired driver. A DRE evaluation was performed and the suspect was booked for DUI drugs by KCSO, report taken.
18PF04145: DWP, Hwy 41
An officer initiated a traffic stop and discovered the driver is suspended. He had recently been cited and released for the same crime 3 days prior; he was arrested this time and his vehicle impounded.
18PF04148: DUI, I-90
A suspected impaired driver was reported by a citizen who followed the suspect vehicle until officers were able to locate it and initiate a traffic stop. The driver was found to be under the influence of alcohol and arrested after performing SFST’s. The driver provided evidentiary breath samples of .134/.134 BrAC.
18PF04153: DUI Collision, Seltice & Siony
Officers responded to a report of a single vehicle collision. The vehicle slid off the roadway, knocking over a light pole. The driver was found to be under the influence of alcohol and arrested after performing SFST’s. The breath samples provided registered above a .20 and the driver was booked into PSB for excessive DUI. JLH ... See MoreSee Less
February 18th, 1:07 am
Swing Shift Log 02/17
Officers responded to 28 calls for service. Some of the calls included an accident, 3 medical assists, welfare checks, and traffic offenses. Below is the only notable call for service:
18PF04123: Mal Injury
RP reported three of her vehicle’s tires were slashed while in the driveway of her residence. Report taken. JLH ... See MoreSee Less
February 17th, 10:01 pm
Patrol responded to numerous calls for service including medical assists, citizen assists and weather related traffic issues with nothing notable to report (AT) ... See MoreSee Less