Moses Lake Police Department
Report of a burglary and theft of an access device at a business in the 100 block of East Third Avenue.
A man was caught stealing three bags of chips from Rite Aid. The business requested the man be trespassed from the store. The suspect said he was hungry and would return to the store, which he did at a later time and was taken into custody for first-degree trespassing.
Report of a truck towing a trailer and driving erratically in the area of East Wheeler Road and state Route 17.
A woman was permanently trespassed from Safeway after she was caught attempting to steal items from the store.
Report of an $850 cellphone stolen from a business in the 600 block of South Pioneer Way.
A man was arrested after pushing a woman several times and hitting her with a glass bottle.
Report of an unknown woman stealing clothing from a thrift store on West Third Avenue.
A man reported an unknown subject broke out the back window on his vehicle in the 400 block of West Fourth Avenue.
A man was arrested for fourth-degree assault and interfering with reporting of domestic violence after punching a woman and preventing her from calling 911 by taking her phone.
Report of two vehicles broken into in the 800 block of South Evergreen Drive.
Report of a subject going through packages on the loading dock at the Moses Lake Post Office. It is not known if any items were actually stolen.
A student at Frontier Middle School was found to be in possession of marijuana. The student was released to his mother.
A man reported a pistol was stolen out of his vehicle on West Third Avenue.
A man was caught attempting to steal towels from a car wash on South Pioneer Way. The man was permanently trespassed from the business.
Report of a theft at Walmart. The suspect fled the scene and was not apprehended by police.
Two subjects were arrested for second-degree burglary and providing false statements after they were caught eating food at Walmart and leaving the store without paying.
Grant County Sheriff’s Office
A female caller reported that she had bruises and scars from her father hitting her several nights previously.
A woman reported that a pit bull attacked her dogs.
Cameras were reported stolen.
A woman reported that her neighbor’s dog came after her.
A man reported a threatening Facebook post.
A woman reported finding a stolen gas can up the road from her home.
A phone was reported stolen.
A woman reported that his mother was harassing him and his father.
A woman reported that her ex took the kids without a car seat.
Grant County Jail
Charles Little, 30, was booked on an outstanding Douglas County warrant for third-degree driving with a suspended or revoked license.
Alyssa Bray, 21, was booked on an outstanding Grant County District Court warrant for minor in possession of alcohol.
Melissa Sallee, 41, of Federal Way, was booked on an outstanding GCDC warrant for third-degree driving with a suspended or revoked license.
Angel Rivera, 18, of Toppenish, was booked on two outstanding GCDC warrants for driving without a valid operator's license.
Robert McCoy, 28, of Tacoma, was booked on two outstanding GCDC warrants for second-degree driving with a suspended or revoked license.
James Lindsay, 60, of Ephrata, was booked on outstanding GCDC warrants for DUI and third-degree driving with a suspended or revoked license.
Ricardo Siller, 47, of Yakima, was booked on an outstanding GCDC warrant for DUI.
Donald Larson, 47, was booked on outstanding GCDC warrants for disorderly conduct and fourth-degree assault.
Kerry Tyler, 27, was booked on a Department of Corrections warrant.
Jesus Martinez, 48, was booked on a DOC warrant.
Chjava Hardin, 25, was arrested and booked for violation of a no-contact order.
Ken Taylor, 31, of Soap Lake, was booked on a DOC arrest and detention order.
Aaron Hayes, 48, of Lind, was arrested and booked on a DOC arrest and detention order.
Leanne Hardy, 26, of Chelan, was arrested and booked for second-degree burglary and making false statements.
Yolanda Gonzalez, 24, of Ephrata, was arrested and booked for second-degree burglary, making a false statement and an outstanding Grant County Superior Court warrant.