Police records for Nov. 8, 2017

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Moses Lake Police Department

Nov. 6

A 28-year-old man was arrested for first-degree criminal trespassing when he was discovered sleeping in the entrance to the police station and refused to leave.

A 30-year-old man was arrested on an outstanding Washington Department of Corrections warrant.

Report of disturbance at a business at 518 W. Valley Rd. Unknown intoxicated subject threw food on the floor when he was refused service.

Report of attempted online scam. Unknown suspect sent check for item reporting party was selling online; check was in excess of the asking price. The suspect asked the reporting party to cash the check and send some of the money back to him. The reporting party refused.

Report of two-vehicle, non-injury accident at the intersection of East Kittleson Road and SR 17. Driver of vehicle 1 rear-ended vehicle 2, then left the scene while driver of vehicle 2 was contacting police. Driver of vehicle 1 was charged with hit and run, attended.

Report of theft from a business at 601 S. Pioneer Way. Suspects left without paying for diapers and laundry detergent.

A 54-year-old woman was arrested for second-degree robbery after an incident at a business at 960 N. Stratford Rd. Store personnel witnessed the woman concealing items in her purse, estimated value $50. She was contacted as she was leaving; she attempted to run away and hit store employees several times.

A woman, no age given, was charged with third-degree theft after she failed to scan about $25 in merchandise at the self-checkout at a business at 1005 N. Stratford Rd.

A man, no age given, was arrested on an outstanding Grant County warrant and for failing to obey law enforcement when officers attempted to stop him for a traffic violation.

A 30-year-old woman was arrested on two outstanding Grant County warrants after a traffic stop.

Grant County Sheriff’s Office

Nov. 6

A man reported a vehicle that had been parked in front of a house for several weeks.

A woman reported that her vehicle had been prowled.

A student reportedly said he wanted to kill another student, cut him open and feed him to the wolves.

A stripped vehicle was reported behind a warehouse.

A woman reported that her residence had been vandalized with spray paint.

A woman reported that her neighbor’s dog killed her ducks.

A woman reported that her ex-boyfriend was trying to steal her things, including the fifth-wheel in which she was living.

Nov. 7

A man reported that somebody appeared to be trying to steal hay.

A woman reported that someone had broken her sister-in-law’s car window.

Grant County Jail

Nov. 6

Raymond Lopez, 36, Moses Lake, was booked into the Grant County Jail on an outstanding Grant County District Court warrant for driving without a valid driver’s license or other identification.

Blaine Fowkes, 36, Moses Lake, was booked for violation of a no-contact order (domestic violence).

Bradley Beavin, 49, Moses Lake, was booked on an outstanding GCDC warrant for third-degree driving with a suspended license.

Darcee Morovic, 54, Ritzville, was booked for second-degree robbery.

Duane Bolton, 22, no address listed, was booked on an outstanding GCDC warrant.

Carlos Salas Gutierrez, 34, Ephrata, was booked on outstanding Grant County Superior Court warrants for theft of a motor vehicle and possession of methamphetamine.

Ricardo Gutierrez Medina, 31, Moses Lake, was booked on an outstanding GCDC warrant for driving without a valid driver’s license or other identification.

Silver Garcia, 30, Ephrata, was booked on an outstanding Washington Department of Corrections warrant.

Cameron Wickizer, 28, Moses Lake, was booked for first-degree criminal trespassing.

Nov. 7

Joshua Avalos, 26, Quincy, was booked for fourth-degree assault (domestic violence), third-degree malicious mischief (domestic violence), third-degree theft (domestic violence), interfering with reporting domestic violence, and outstanding GCDC warrants for fourth-degree assault (domestic violence), third-degree malicious mischief (domestic violence) and third-degree possession of stolen property.

Trisha Ricks, 30, Moses Lake, was booked on outstanding GCDC warrants for first-degree criminal trespassing and third-degree theft.

Stephanie Martinez, 27, Quincy, was booked on an outstanding GCDC warrant for third-degree driving with a suspended license.

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