Dayshift Log 4/21/18:
18PF09537: Theft – RP reported her golf clubs had been stolen. Clubs were valued at approximately $1,200. Report taken.
18PF09539: Shoplifter WME turned Burglary – Two males were observed filling backpacks with merchandise while in the store. One of the males left the store and was contacted in a vehicle. The other male was contacted in the store filling another backpack (from the store) full of items. This male was contacted in the store and was in possession of an Alpha Key where he had removed several security devices from the electronic items in his possession. Drug paraphernalia was also located. The male that was contacted in the store stated all the items belonged to him and was subsequently arrested and booked for Burglary, Possession of Burglary tools. Cited and released for the paraphernalia.
18PF09556: Traffic Offense on 20th Ave. – Female was contacted during a traffic stop in which it was determined she her driving status was revoked as well as she did not have current insurance on the vehicle. Cite and release.
Patrol responded to several found property, medical assists, suspicious/shoplifters at WMW and citizen assists throughout the shift with these being the only reportable calls.
Swing Shift Log:
18PF09569- Warrant arrest- Unit conducted a traffic stop and the driver had a warrant out of Kootenai County for FTA. Female driver was taken into custody and transported to PSB.
18PF09571- Mal Injury at Chase Park- Juveniles using a knife to damage equipment at the park. Two suspects were contacted, transported home and parents were contacted. Report taken
18PF09584- Warrant arrest at Spokane and 13th- Unit conducted a traffic stop and one of the occupants had several felony warrants out of Washington. That suspect was taken into custody and transported to PSB.
Swing units responded to 29 calls for service between 1500 and 2000 hrs, mostly citizen assists and welfare checks. Nothing further to report
Graveyard Shift Log:
Multiple calls at 1215 N Spokane St #B for juvenile party/noise complaints/parking problems
-19 YOA male renter was intox and uncooperative and was cited for MIP alcohol
-Multiple parking citations issued in the area
-Carload of approx. 6 juveniles was stopped leaving the party and all were cited for curfew and released to parents
Graveyard responded to 19 calls for service, there were no reportable calls.-CH