Police records for Sept. 19, 2017

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Moses Lake Police Department

Sept. 15

Report of suspicious person at a residence in the 8500 block of Northeast Arlene Road. Reporting party said an unidentified man was lying in his driveway until he saw the reporting party and his dog, then he ran away.

Report of bad checks at a business at 1147 W. Broadway Ave. Suspect used NSF checks to purchase about $725 in merchandise. The suspect's vehicle was found and impounded.

Report of a burglary at Larson Heights Elementary during the previous day. A juvenile suspect, no age listed, was booked into Grant County Juvenile Detention.

Report of suspicious activity in a field in the 700 block of South Pioneer Way. Reporting party said a subject was visiting the field several times a week to contact the subjects living there. When contacted by law enforcement, the man said he's working with the homeless people living in the field. When contacted, he was talking to a man who ran away; when the second man was found, he was arrested on multiple outstanding warrants.

Two Moses Lake High School students were cited for MIP; one also was cited for possession of marijuana, less than 40 grams.

Report of vehicle prowl at a residence in the 300 block of East Sharon Avenue. Vehicle apparently was broken into between noon and 1:30 p.m.; thieves stole a tattoo gun, estimated value $400, fishing tackle, backpacks and school supplies, estimated value, $200.

Report of two-vehicle, non-injury accident at the Columbia Basin Herald office, 813 W. Third Ave. Driver of vehicle 1 attempted to exit the parking lot onto Third Avenue and was hit by driver of vehicle 2. Driver of vehicle 1 was cited for failing to yield the right of way.

An 18-year-old man was arrested for fourth-degree assault (domestic violence).

Report of hit and run accident in the parking lot of a business at 1005 N. Stratford Rd. Employee said his car was hit and damaged sometime between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m., when he was at work.

Report of vehicle-pedestrian accident at a residence in the 1400 block of East Craig Street. Driver of vehicle 1 allegedly hit child riding a bike.

Sept. 16

A 29-year-old man was arrested for third-degree theft after allegedly refusing to pay cab fare.

Report of two-vehicle, non-injury accident at a business at 601 S. Pioneer Way. Vehicle 1 was unoccupied and rolled into vehicle 2.

Report of graffiti at a trailer at the football fields at Moses Lake High School.

Report of theft at a residence in the 500 block of North Clark Road. The theft apparently occurred sometime between 10 and 10:45 a.m.; thieves stole consumer electronics, coins and other miscellaneous items.

A subject, no age given, was cited for third-degree theft after allegedly attempting to conceal several items inside a backpack.

Report of graffiti at a business at 309 E. Fifth Ave.

A 33-year-old man was arrested on an outstanding warrant for DUI.

Sept. 17

Report of vandalism at a business at 1102 West Broadway Ave. Reporting party said one of the storage units was broken into, but nothing was stolen.

Report of theft from a church at 925 North Grape Drive. Reporting party said two suspects took a purse from the parked car while they were in church. Suspects were described as two women in a gold four-door vehicle. The vehicle was located and property was recovered.

Report of theft at a business on East Kittleson Road. Victim said when she went to pay for her food her wallet was gone.

Report of vehicle prowl at the park and ride at the intersection of I-90 and SR 17. Window was broken out of the vehicle, but nothing was taken.

A 30-year-old woman was charged with third-degree theft after allegedly stealing merchandise from a business at 1005 N. Stratford Rd. The woman allegedly used a knife stolen in one part of the store to break into a case and steal jewelry in another part of the store.

A subject, no age given, was arrested for fourth-degree assault (domestic violence) and third-degree malicious mischief (domestic violence).

Adams County Sheriff

Sept. 11

Report of a burglary at residence in Deborah Court near Othello.

Report of vehicle stolen overnight from South Kaylee Road near Othello.

Sept. 13

Report of theft from the Adams County Public Works building at South Booker Road and West Foley Road near Othello. Battery was taken from the pump in the canal at the location.

Sept. 14

Report of burglary at the Othello Golf Club, 2269 W. Mockingbird Lane. Business owners had video of the suspects entering and leaving the building.

Report of vandalism on South Lind-Hatton Road near Othello. Window was broken in a car parked on the property.

Sept. 15

Report of theft involving an employee at the Othello Golf Club, 2269 W. Mockingbird Lane.

Report of hit-and-run accident on South Reynolds Road near Othello.

Sept. 16

Report of fraud. Victim said subject asked for change for a $100 bill, and victim provided change. When attempting to use the $100 bill the next day the victim was told it was counterfeit.

A woman, no age given, was arrested at the Adams County Fairgrounds on outstanding warrants.

Sept. 17

A subject, no age given, was arrested for DUI after a one-vehicle accident on West Bench Road near Othello.

A subject, no age given, was arrested for DUI after being stopped at West Cunningham Road near Othello.

Grant County Sheriff’s Office

Sept. 15

Mail was reportedly found on the ground.

A woman reported that her grandson, who was on probation, had drug paraphernalia.

A man reported that his vehicle had been stolen.

A woman reported that a female subject keyed her vehicle.

A goat was reported running at large.

A man reported his mail stolen.

A spotting scope and tripod were reported missing.

A woman reported that a subject against whom she has a restraining order tried to “friend” her on Facebook.

A battery was reported stolen off a trailer.

A woman reported her neighbors were harassing her and may have been harming her dogs.

Sept. 16

A business reported that an intoxicated male subject assaulted one of its employees.

A dump trailer was reported stolen.

Two fraudulent phone calls were reported in which the caller claimed to be a police sergeant and demanded that the victim meet him in a public parking lot.

A group of people was reported standing on a bridge shooting guns into the air.

A woman reported an ongoing problem with people racing on the street.

Sept. 17

A fight between two male subjects was reported outside a store.

A woman reported that her son was on drugs and stole her jewelry.

A woman reported that she returned home from out of state to find items missing from her residence.

A male caller reported that his ex assaulted him at the Gorge, then left him stranded.

A man reported that someone stole items out of his tent, including his keys, and broke into his car.

A man reported that his parents’ neighbors’ shed had been broken into but nothing had been taken.

Glassware, a heating mantle and vacuum pumps were reported stolen.

A woman reported her vehicle stolen.

A woman reported that her ex-boyfriend was refusing to unlock his bicycle from her daughter’s bicycle.

A man reported that he was assaulted by a co-worker.

A woman reported that her neighbor’s boxer broke the fence and went after her son and dog.

A female caller reported that her mother was being hit by her boyfriend.

A woman reported finding drug paraphernalia in her front yard.

Grant County Jail

Sept. 13

Brandon Pries, 34, Soap Lake, was booked into the Grant County Jail on an outstanding Washington Department of Corrections warrant for violation of community supervision.

Sept. 14

Mistique Wren, 36, Moses Lake, was booked on outstanding Grant County District Court warrants for DUI and first-degree negligent driving.

Sept. 15

Dylon Johnson, 25, Spokane, was booked for DUI.

Edward Vasilchenko, 22, Seattle, was booked for possession of marijuana with intent to deliver.

Jesus Martinez Alvarado, no age listed, Mattawa, was booked for fourth-degree assault (domestic violence) and interfering with reporting domestic violence.

Matteau Queen, no age listed, was booked for fourth-degree assault (domestic violence).

Jason Kneff, 37, Moses Lake, was booked on outstanding GCDC warrants for fourth-degree assault (domestic violence), first-degree negligent driving, disorderly conduct and third-degree theft.

Alexi Ochoa, 34, Royal City, was booked for fourth-degree assault (domestic violence).

Jerold Williams, 61, Soap Lake, was booked on an outstanding GCDC warrant for third-degree driving with a suspended license.

James Ferguson, 48, Moses Lake, was booked on outstanding GCDC warrants for two counts of violating a no-contact order and an outstanding WDOC warrant for probation violation.

Jorge Gonzalez Moreno, 23, Quincy, was booked on outstanding GCDC warrants for two counts of third-degree driving with a suspended license.

Kari Brown, 34, Moses Lake, was booked for delivery of a controlled substance.

Sept. 16

Evanne Lankhaar, no age listed, Quincy, was booked for disorderly conduct and third-degree assault.

Stevie Moses, no age listed, Moses Lake, was booked for third-degree theft.

Robert Chau, 26, Yuba City, was booked for possession of a controlled substance.

Trevon McLemore, 23, Moses Lake, was booked on a 30-day commitment for violating a no-contact order.

Brian Kim, 26, Seattle, was booked for possession of methamphetamines with intent to deliver and possession of LSD.

Miguel Martinez, 31, San Antonio, Texas, was booked for fourth-degree assault.

Sept. 17

Hernandez Santiago Ruffin, 42, Bellevue, was booked on an outstanding King County warrant.

Luke Melgren, 29, Ephrata, was booked for fourth-degree assault (domestic violence).

Osvaldo Villalobos, 19, Moses Lake, was booked for fourth-degree assault (domestic violence).

Curtis Coppenbarger, 34, Soap Lake, was booked for fourth-degree assault (domestic violence).

Rolando Yatz Megia, 20, Mattawa, was booked on outstanding GCDC warrants for DUI, hit and run and driving without a valid driver's license or other identification.

Scott Fisher, 44, Pasco, was booked on an outstanding Benton County warrant for second-degree possession of stolen property.

Sept. 18

Mario Crittenden, 20, Moses Lake, was booked on an outstanding GCDC warrant for fourth-degree assault (domestic violence) and interfering with reporting domestic violence,

Jolene Geiss, 61, Moses Lake, was booked for fourth-degree assault (domestic violence).

Tyler Meyette, 25, Moses Lake, was booked for hit and run, reckless endangerment (domestic violence) and reckless endangerment.

Trevor Cochran, 36, Quincy, was booked on outstanding GCDC warrants for driving without required ignition interlock and third-degree driving with a suspended license.

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