Police records for Sept. 10, 2019

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Moses Lake Police Department

Sept. 4

Police responded to the 300 block of North Clark Road for a report of a stolen samurai sword and machete taken from a truck. The owner of the truck believed a son had stolen the weapons, while the son blamed a different son. Samurai sword and machete were taken by police and logged into found property.

Police responded to the 500 block of West Valley Road for a report of a man who had attempted to break into multiple vehicles in a short timespan. After the first vehicle prowling was reported, the victims reportedly declined to press charges. The suspect, Nicholas Kerk Svelnys, allegedly attempted to break into another vehicle with a victim and her grandchildren still inside. Svelnys was arrested.

Police responded to the McCosh Park tennis court for a report of a juvenile who pointed an object at another person and said “Bang, bang, bang.” Victim was scared and believed the threat to be credible. Juvenile was arrested for felony harassment.

Police responded to the 1400 block of East Craig Street for a report of a suspect that entered a victim’s home and assaulted them by pinching their neck, before threatening to hit another suspect with his cane if she didn’t pick up her blanket.

Sept. 5

Police responded to Dollar Tree for a report of a stolen backpack that was left outside the store per company policy. The bag contained a school-issued Google Chromebook.

Police responded to Chief Moses Middle School for a report of threats written on the wall of a bathroom stall.

Police responded to the 1200 block of West Ivy Avenue for a report of a skunk in a trap. Officers contacted the owner, who advised they were trying to trap a cat. Officers advised them to stop.

Police stopped a vehicle near the 300 block of West Broadway Avenue which was driving the wrong way on the road into oncoming traffic. Passenger admitted to using drugs earlier in the day.

Sept. 6

Police responded to the 1000 block of West Broadway Avenue for a report of a suspect that stole a vehicle off the lot of Best Buy Auto Sales. Officers located and arrested the subject.

Police responded to the 800 block of West Fourth Avenue for a report that $400 of fireworks had been stolen from an unlocked garage.

Police received a report that an unknown male had used another’s identity to receive an ambulance ride from the Moses Lake Fire Department to Samaritan Hospital, receiving medical care that was billed to the person whose identity was stolen.

Sept. 7

Police responded to the 1000 block of West Cascade Avenue for a report of a baby left in a car for 45 minutes.

Police responded to the 12900 block of Wheeler Road Northeast for a report of a female who walked out in front of a semi. Subject advised she was OK.

Police responded to Key Bank for a report of a power line cable in the parking lot. Law enforcement remained on scene to prevent passersby from coming into contact with the live wire until Century Link asked them to clear the scene.

Police responded to Broadway Bar and Grill for a report of a suspect that drove into the parking lot in a black four-door Toyota Tacoma, showed security a loaded pistol magazine and said that one of the rounds could be for the security guard. Suspect not located.

Sept. 8

Police responded to Safeway for a report of stolen detergent pods.

Grant County Jail

Sept. 5

Koy Luke Griesse, 27, of Almira was booked on an outstanding warrant related to operating a vehicle without ignition interlock.

Saul Nieto Sanchez, 32, of Ephrata was booked on an outstanding warrant related to domestic violence no contact order violation.

Kenneth Wendall Moore, 74, of Wenatchee was booked on an outstanding warrant related to first-degree driving while license suspended.

Reed Christian Maser, 23, of Lander was booked on second-degree burglary and fourth-degree assault.

Anthony James McCullough, 18, of Ephrata was booked for juvenile rehabilitation.

Davinder Singh Soni, 50, of Ephrata was booked on an outstanding warrant related to second-degree driving while license suspended.

Robert Michael Wiltfong, 34, of Soap Lake was booked on an outstanding warrant and new charges of possession of paraphernalia.

Carlos Mauricio Palomin, 47, of Moses Lake was booked on an outstanding warrant related to possession of a controlled substance.

Lacey Demon Johnson, 28, of Moses Lake was booked on charges of second-degree burglary and third-degree theft.

Felipe Martinez Sanchez, 30, of Othello was booked on charges of driving while license suspended and on outstanding warrants related to escaping community custody and use or delivery of drug paraphernalia.

Sept. 6

Ruben Sabedra, 30, of Moses Lake was booked on charges of escaping community custody, obstruction of a law enforcement officer and an outstanding warrant related to third-degree assault of an officer.

Brandon Casey Pries, 36, of Arlee was booked on outstanding warrants related to failure to register as a sex offender.

Steven Robert Reynolds, 53, of Quincy was booked on an outstanding warrant related to possession of a controlled substance.

Richard Alan Lambert, 25, of Moses Lake was booked on outstanding warrants related to driving while license suspended and third-degree driving while license suspended.

Keisyn Drake Claunch, 18, of Moses Lake was booked on an outstanding warrant, charges unspecified.

Lourdes Martinez Jaimes, 33, of Moses Lake was booked on charges of possession of a controlled substance.

Sept. 7

Lee Plantz, 56, of Soap Lake, was booked on charges of possession of meth.

Matthew Vernon Bryant, 38, of Electric City, was booked on an outstanding warrant related to possession of a controlled substance and escaping community custody.

Jonathan Thomas Pray, 20, of Soap Lake, was booked on an outstanding warrant related to third-degree driving while license suspended.

Jerome Prescod, 27, of Moses Lake, was booked on charges of third-degree domestic violence malicious mischief.

Tyler Duane Jones, 26, of Moses Lake, was booked on charges of fourth-degree domestic violence assault.

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