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Port Townsend Police Log | Non-leasher learns a lesson

The Port Townsend Police Division obtained a complete of 181 calls between Friday, Sept. 23, and Thursday, Sept. 29. Under are chosen stories.

At 9 pm Sunday, Sept. 25, within the 300 block of Sims Method, a person was trespassed from a enterprise for sexually harassing a feminine worker. The person had beforehand been trespassed for a verbal altercation with the shop supervisor, and employees members referred to as the police after he began harassing the worker.

An officer arrived on the enterprise and was waved down by workers. The suspect had already left the shop in a maroon automotive. He was not situated by police.

At 9:40 am Monday, Sept. 26, a case of home violence was reported after a witness noticed a person throw a girl to the bottom.

The caller mentioned the 2 had been struggling on the bottom in a church car parking zone, and a second caller reported seeing the person banging his head on a automotive door. He additionally tried to wrap a rope across the lady’s neck, based on the second caller. Officers arrived within the space and spoke with each events. They had been each interviewed and had photographs taken for proof. The officers ended up establishing possible trigger for second-degree home violence assault. The person was booked into jail.

At 1:45 pm Monday, Sept. 26, a resident within the 600 block of Clay Road was reported for leaving harassing notes at a close-by constructing.

The reporting get together instructed regulation enforcement that one of many notes talked about heroin and meth utilization.

One be aware that was left on a neighbor’s door mentioned, “Do not do meth,” the reporting get together mentioned. An officer suggested the caller that this conduct wasn’t thought of as felony harassment contemplating no threats had been made, and suggested the resident to use for an anti-harassment order if want be.

At 3:30 pm Monday, Sept. 26, within the 2000 block of McClellan Road, a neighbor reported a canine operating round outdoors with no leash on. They mentioned the canine defecated of their yard and the canine’s proprietor started cursing at them for taking photographs of the incident. Officers arrived and suggested the canine’s proprietor to maintain the canine on a leash.

The officers additionally suggested the neighbor to use for an anti-harassment order. The canine proprietor was instructed to maintain his canine leashed or he can be cited if it occurred once more.

At 12:30 am Wednesday, Sept. 28, a noise criticism was made within the 2700 block of Jefferson Road after a ship with loud music was heard close to the marina. Officers drove to the placement and checked the boat ramp. The boat was later heard and situated at a fuel station within the space, and the proprietor seemed to be handed out on board.

An officer boarded the boat to verify on the person’s well being. Beer cans had been scattered on the vessel and the person was in a position to get up and switch the music off. I’ve left the world quickly after.

At 10:15 am Wednesday, Sept. 28, within the 2200 block of Highland Loop, a resident knowledgeable police that their automotive had been stolen.

The automobile, a moss inexperienced Subaru Impreza with California license plates, had been stolen over the weekend and the automotive was valued at $18,000. The automotive was final pushed a number of days again, and the proprietor believed it was locked.

At 12:30 pm Thursday, Sept. 29, a caller within the 1600 block of twenty first Road instructed police {that a} paper bag full of two weeks price of medicines was stolen whereas she was at work. There is no such thing as a suspect and a theft report was taken.

At 5 pm Thursday, Sept. 29, within the 500 block of Bryan Road, a caller instructed regulation enforcement that an unknown man walked into their home.

The caller had no thought who the person was, and he apparently walked inside and began strolling on high of furnishings.

An officer drove to the scene and contacted the person. After questioning the person, his responses from him had been inconsistent, along with his story from him altering a number of instances.

Possible trigger was established for housebreaking and trespassing, and the person was arrested and booked into jail. He was charged with residential housebreaking and first-degree trespassing.

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