Public record: Montesano Police log, March 2

Jan. 28

Disorderly conduct. 800 block W. Marcy Ave. 1:19 p.m. Reporting party’s friend is outside not making sense — he is in a blue vehicle in driveway hoking horn and being disorderly. Subject transported to community hospital for mental health evaluation.

Traffic stop. Pioneer Avenue at Fourth Street. 5:05 p.m. Trucking pulling box van with rope. Rope between two vehicles was about 15 feet and not reflective. Parties were advised to shorten tow rope.

Jan. 29

Disorderly conduct. 200 E. Pioneer Ave. 5:16 p.m. Male threatening reporting party because she parked to close to his car. Officer observed subject’s full-size pickup parking hugging the parking stall line on the driver’s side. Calling party was in her vehicle parked and reported that subject came out and was disorderly with her for not having enough room to get into his truck. Subject was parked in a compact stall and stated that he was aware he was in the wrong and over reacted to the situation. Reporting party did not want to pursue anything further after contact.

Jan. 30

Traffic stop. At Montesano Fire Department lot. 1:33 p.m. Vehicle had two different license plates on it. Both comeback to same vehicle with a recent report of sale. Driver advised to get it correctly registered ASAP.

Traffic stop. Westbound Pioneer Ave. 3:36 p.m. Driver passed by officer while on another traffic stop, nearly hit officer with vehicle. Driver was cited for failing to yield.

Animal problem. 500 block 4th St. 7:23 p.m. Stray cat is sick/dying on reporting party’s front porch. Officer called and advised reporting party that officers don’t handle cat calls. Referred other services.

DUI alcohol or drugs. 800 block W. Marcy Ave. 7:51 p.m. Subject reportedly left location eastbound on West Pioneer after reportedly talking about having used meth. Subject was reportedly acting very erratic. Officer checked area and advised state patrol. Unable to locate. Subject returned to location and was contacted. Transport given to subject from location and vehicle keys remained at the residence he was visiting.

Jan. 31

Information report. 100 block N. Main St. 4:54 p.m. Reporting party went to the library and was told she had outstanding charges. Advised her wallet, which contained her library card, was stolen or lost and someone must have used it.

Feb. 1

Animal problem. North First Street and West Kennaston Avenue. 11:30 a.m. Dog was out of fence and attempted to bite mailman. Officer contacted owner who said dog must have escaped the fenced area. Owner had friend secure the dog as owner was in Seattle.

Traffic hazard. 400 block N. Main St. 7:23 p.m. Neighbor’s basketball hoop fell over and is laying in roadway. No streetlights in area. Owner removed hoop.

Feb. 7

Traffic accident, hit and run. 500 block W. Broadway Ave. 7:43 a.m. Reporting party’s Blazer was struck overnight which was pushed into his minivan. Suspect booked and released for hit and run.

 

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