Lots of wrecks and some pigs wrecking a yard

Check out what kept the Grays Harbor Sheriff’s Office busy recently.

Jan. 31

Domestic violence act. 400 block Williams Creek Road, Oakville. 3:19 p.m. Husband physically assaulted her the other night. Grabbed her hair, twisted her neck, now her neck and head are really sore, and he is refusing to let her have any of her property. Male has a history of similar incidents.

Vehicle accident with injuries. First block Schouweiler Road, Satsop. 1:07 p.m. Two vehicle collision. Vehicle rolled back into the reporting party’s vehicle. Black Mazda rolled over the a man’s foot, male is sitting in his vehicle, a white Ford pickup. Minor injuries, subject refusing aid.

Feb. 2

Malicious mischief. 100 block South Bank Road, Elma. 8:23 a.m. Female selling her husband’s car. Female said her husband broke into her residence and tried to assault her. She left in his vehicle. Male broke a window to gain entry; she fled from him. He tried to pull her out of the vehicle as she was leaving.

Feb. 5

Animal problem. First block Garrard Creek Road, Oakville. 5:36 p.m. Neighbor’s pigs are on property, he is refusing to come retrieve them. They are destroying property.

Feb. 6

Verbal dispute. 1100 block State Route 12, Montesano. 12:51 p.m. Male and female in a verbal; he threatened her. Female shoved male; he threatened to punch her in the face. Male outside, and female is inside with child. Advised to stay separated.

Reckless act or driving. Westbound State Route 12 and South Third Street, Elma. 8:46 p.m. Dark colored Chevy Suburban racing a Mustang with blue lights underneath — high rate. Reporting party no longer following as she exited at Main Street, other vehicles continued westbound.

Disorderly conduct. 800 block Medcalf Street, Montesano. 8:48 p.m. Combative resident in long term unit, screaming and trying to get out of the exits — nothing physical. A 90-year-old female swinging at staff. Generally uses a wheel chair but is up and walking and setting off the alarms to the exits.

Feb. 7

Rescue needed. 200 block Keys Road, Satsop. 11:48 a.m. Dog and male fell down a cliff — approximately 9-10 feet, unable to get out. Male is disabled but not injured. Reporting party is standing near the cliff. Subject is safe.

Feb. 8

Harassment report. 300 block Devonshire Road, Montesano. 4:08 p.m. Male chased reporting party’s friend who drives a vehicle like reporting party into reporting party’s driveway. Making obscene hand gestures. Male last seen eastbound on Devonshire in an older ’80s-’90s gray Ford F-150. Reporting party and chasing male were in a physical altercation last week.

Vehicle accident with injuries. First block Elma-McCleary Road, Elma. 9:23 p.m. White car in the ditch, two occupants, one with shoulder pain. Can’t get out because of not being able to get the door open.

Rollover accident. Monte-Elma Road and Winkleman Road North, Montesano. 1:27 p.m. Two different collisions — one vehicle has rolled over, occupant trapped — small silver SUV rolled over. Tow on scene.

Feb. 9

Domestic violence act in progress. First block North 11th Street, Elma. 7:47 p.m. Male subject in the residence refusing to leave. Reporting party said he’s trying to kill her boyfriend. Reporting party said the subjects are physically fighting. Subjects are father and son. Both in the living room. No injuries.

Vehicle accident — blocking. State Route 8 eastbound, Mile Post 7, McCleary. 6:26 a.m. One vehicle off the roadway, partially blocking — occupants not injured. Vehicle struck the center cable barriers. Two barrier posts are damaged.

Feb. 11

Vehicle accident. South Bank Road Mile Post 12, Elma. 5:26 p.m. Vehicle in the ditch; one in custody for DUI. Tow just got the vehicle out of the ditch.

Noninjury vehicle accident – blocking. South Bank Road Mile Post 4, Oakville. 3:54 p.m. Semitrailer jackknifed in the roadway, blocking both lanes, noninjury. Traffic starting to back up.

Feb. 12

Noninjury vehicle accident. 600 block Elma-McCleary Road, McCleary. 11:28 a.m. Gold Chevy Malibu, reporting party slid off the road — stuck in the snow. Tow en route.