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Adams County Sheriff’s Office Reports


Last updated 9/7/2017 at Noon

Aug. 22, 4:28 p.m. - Disorderly conduct was reported on West Second Street in Lind.

Aug. 22, 6:37 p.m. –

A Lind complainant advised they were flying their drone on West Seventh Street. The drone just took off from them and complainant was unable to recall it. Drone was described as black with two red lights on the front that looks like a smiley face. Washington State Patrol was advised of the situation.

Aug. 23, 6:57 a.m. –

Deputy Ned Bernath responded to a single rollover with minor injury to the only occupant in the vehicle. Subject was transported to East Adams Rural Healthcare to be checked on. Vehicle was towed by Pete’s Towing to owner’s residence.

Aug. 23, 9:12 a.m. – A Ritzville complainant called and advised of cows out at Palm Lake. The owner of the cows was advised of the situation.

Aug. 24, 8:17 a.m. – A Washtucna complainant requested phone contact reference and advised of a doormat and a potted plant taken from South Main Street. Deputy Bernath advised complainant of several options for security of the area.

Aug. 24, 8:34 a.m. –

A Lind complainant advised of cattle on the roadway on North Lind-Hatton Road. Deputy Bernath left a message for the owner and checked the area. Bernath did not locate any cattle on or near the area.

Aug. 24, 5:57 p.m. – A Ritzville complainant advised of a collision at North Moody and West Rosenoff roads.

Aug. 24, 8:04 p.m. –

A Lind complainant advised of a subject riding a small motorcycle recklessly through East Fourth Street.

Aug. 25, 5:48 p.m. –

A Lind complainant advised of a collision on East Phillips Road.

Aug. 25, 8 p.m. – Deputy Hunter Klewin assisted Washington State Patrol on East Highway 26 Milepost 88 with a patient who escaped their restraints and assaulted EMS staff and a trooper. The subject was tased and restrained.

Aug. 25, 11:26 p.m. – A Washtucna complainant advised of a suspicious vehicle parked in front of a vacant home on North Main Street. When Deputy Klewin arrived, the vehicle was gone and there was no sign of criminal activity.

Aug. 26, 10:06 a.m. –

A Lind complainant on East Sixth Street advised they received a phone call claiming they had a warrant out for their arrest and the residence was being watched. Complainant advised it was a phone scam.

Aug. 26, 7:26 p.m. –

A Lind complainant advised a subject entering their home and demanding where their significant other was. After a verbal argument, the subject left. The subject could not be located.


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