Public records: Sheriff’s Office log, Aug. 17

Recent East County calls received by the Grays Harbor County Sheriff’s Office.

Sheriff’s Office log

Aug. 6

Disorderly conduct. Pioneer Avenue W. and Devonshire Road, Montesano. 7:02 p.m. White male, longer hair, sunglasses, last seen wearing green shirt, with a satchel – carrying a tall beer in his hand – walking down the middle of the road jumping at cars.

Vehicle accident with injuries. 400 block Elma Hicklin Road W. McCleary. 3:22 p.m. Dark gray or black car into ditch, one adult female with ankle pain. Second subject in the car as well, unknown injuries.

Aug. 7

Domestic violence act. First block Murray Place, Elma. 9:05 p.m. Boyfriend grabbed reporting party by the arm, was attempting to leave and he was trying to prevent her from doing so. Reporting party has locked herself in her car, he is sitting on the back of it.

Unlawful display of weapon. 100 block N. Summit Road, McCleary. 6:24 a.m. Hearing yelling and screaming with secondhand report of a butcher knife. Blue car. Male waving around knife.

Vehicle theft. 6100 block State Route 12, Oakville. 8:21 a.m. Theft of truck, occurred overnight. Vehicle was not locked but celnoid was removed.

Aug. 8

Unlawful display of weapon. First block Prairie Place, Elma. 6:32 p.m. Male subject just broke into the bedroom with a baseball bat and went after reporting party’s son. Subjects left in a black older car – towards Elma.

Burglary in progress. 500 block W. Waldrip Street, Elma. 7:09 p.m. Witnessed subjects walk out of residence across the street with two mini bags of items. Two people westbound in the alley. They are carrying black bags.

Malicious mischief. 600 block Val Vista Drive, Montesano. Damage to the front door, appears. As if someone tried to kick it in. Reporting party noticed past couple of weeks that the front security was tampered with.

Aug. 9

Harassment report. First block Cemetery Road, Oakville. 8:23 p.m. Subjects who were harassing reporting party and neighbor’s earlier. Left a can behind that reporting party now has, wants to give to deputy for fingerprints.