Police records for Nov. 13, 2017

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Grant County Sheriff’s Office

Nov. 8

A cow was reported out of its pasture.

Three fraudulent phone calls purporting to be from the IRS were reported.

A woman reported that she believed her brother’s roommate had poisoned her soup.

A man reported a male taking pictures of his house.

A woman reported that her daughter was being harassed by text.

A man reported that a female took his vehicle without permission.

Grant County Jail

Nov. 9

Antonio Sanchez, 36, of Quincy, was arrested and booked for first-degree rape of a child.

Jamie Wolfe, 33, of Marlin, was arrested and booked on an outstanding Grant County District Court warrant for fourth-degree assault.

Ryan Rippet, 28, of Ephrata, was arrested and booked on an outstanding Lincoln County warrant for third-degree driving with a suspended or revoked license.

Jessica Diaz, 34, of Quincy, was booked for third-degree driving with a suspended or revoked license, two outstanding GCDC warrants for third-degree driving with a suspended or revoked licensed and an outstanding Kittitas County District Court warrant for third-degree driving with a suspended or revoked license.

Nov. 10

Ernesto Urquizo, 22, of George, was booked on an outstanding GCDC warrant for driving without a valid operator's license.

Joseph Rogers, 34, of Grand Coulee, was arrested and booked on an outstanding GCDC warrant for driving without a valid operator's license.

Modesto Aguilar, 33, of Moses Lake, was arrested and booked on an outstanding GCDC warrant for criminal solicitation and possession of a weapon.

Jonathan Martinez, 34, of Marlin, was booked for first-degree malicious mischief.

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