KPD Roll Call: AUG. 6-13

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KPD shot of the week.

•Responded to the 700 block of Bunker Ave. for a possible accidental overdose. After a little of persuasion, two Deputies and K77 were able to convince him to go to the hospital. Subject had reached “maximumbuzzability” on some mushrooms that K77 was pretty sure was not bought at Walmart.

•Traffic stop in front of the Avista building for stop sign violation-verbal warning.

•Called to behind Kellogg lumber for kids throwing rocks at roof of building from hill side. Cleared Unable To Locate (UTL) for the individuals.

•Fire alarm 100 block of E. Portland with the odor of smoke, upon arrival located a smoke detector in the grass. The button to silence it was not working and would not shut off. The odor of smoke is all over town from the fires. I’m thinking someone just threw it out of the window to try and shut the thing up. Nobody came out to claim the rebellious smoke detector, so the Fireman took it in.

•Called to E. Market for traffic complaint. Found suspect vehicle gave a verbal warning.

•Suspicious person at Amy Lynn’s. Cleared unfounded.

•Paper service. Cleared paper served.

•Welfare check at Fair bridge. Cleared public assist.

•Welfare check, called in by relative at 100 block W. Mission. Contact was made with person being checked on and phone call was placed immediately indicating nothing was wrong, possible mis-dial while looking through photos on smart phone.

•Grand Theft at Jacobs Gulc, referred to other agency (Kellogg High School-UTV possibly stolen). Turns out the vehicle was taken by parents as it was tracked to residence. Referred to County.

•Citizen contact 200 block of Main in Wardner, subject wanted to talk to me about vandalism to his vehicle that took place earlier in the evening. Gave a statement form and will follow-up if it is turned in. Knows suspect and is debating on what he wants to do.

•Report of fire on mountainside at Alhambra. After checking with Fire, turned out to be hanging Christmas lights on a property. Unfounded.

•Extra patrols in construction area(s).

•Worked on prep. for upcoming training.

•Report of fraud. Report taken.

•Extra patrol 100 block E. Idaho. Public assist.

•Citizen contact with Pedestrian Bunker at I-90. Subject was hitch hiking and given a courtesy ride to Wallace (heading east). Public assist.

•Unwanted subject W. Market Ave. When call came out, subject was not there. Unfounded.

•Located a running vehicle in the 200 block of E. Riverside, able to track down the renter of the vehicle and they shut it off...they did not know it was running. Public assist.

•Citizen contact in the parking lot of Silver Mountain, subject sitting in vehicle drinking. Vehicle was not running and no crime was being committed.

•Welfare check 200 block W. Mullan, checked the residence and did not locate anyone (report was nobody has been seen, yet all the lights/power/tv are on and the dogs have been barking all day). As K74 was leaving was able to contact someone staying there and everything was good. Public assist.

•Agency assist in Pinehurst for suicidal subject , canceled prior to arrival/re-directed.

•Agency assist in Mullan for unknown disturbance, canceled prior to arrival.

•Citizen contact with Pedestrian Bunker at I90, subject was hitch hiking and given a courtesy ride to Wallace (heading east). Public assist.

•Responded to the 600 block of W. Cameron Ave. for an individual shot with a firearm. After conducting an investigation, one male was later arrested for aggravated battery.

•Dispatched to the 500 block of W. Mission Ave. for a possible prowler. Searched the area but was unable to locate.

•Foot patrol on Hill St., W. Mullan Ave., W. Riverside Ave, W. Cameron Ave. & the alleyways in between.

•Called to the 300 block of brown for question about a dog bite from the day prior. Necessary Action Taken (NAT).

•Traffic stop on Main St. for stop sign violation. Citation issued for expired license.

•Report of dog at large on the interstate between 49-51. UTL (this was also during the torrential downpour so if there was a dog there, K77 doesn’t think it stuck around).

•Traffic stop Hill/Railroad, verbal for stop sign.

•911 open line traced back to the top of Sierra Nevada Road at the cell tower. Via the open line there did not appear to be distress and the call back did not work (non-working phone or something to that effect). Attempted to locate without success.

•Threats 100 block E. Portland, NO threats were made. Domestic issue via social media with both parties told to ignore one another. Advised to document further contacts and if it persists, charges may be brought forth for stalking.

•Report of unconscious male lying on the ground behind the Elks near W. Idaho, located subject and he was sleeping/intoxicated. Refused medical attention. Was able to locate family member to be with for the evening, so no detox was needed.

•Citizen contact Presley/Alhambra, male subject left a residence after getting into an argument. Gave him a courtesy ride to Ross Ranch to go camping and no longer be a part of issues. No physical altercation took place.

•Dispatched to a possible prowler on Jones St. in Wardner. Searched the area but was UTL.

•Instruct Taser class at KPD, cleanup afterwards as well as documentation.

•Report of a battery in progress at the Cameron Conoco. Upon arrival K72 discovered no battery had taken place. The person making threats had left the scene and the victim did not want to press charges for assault. A follow-up interview was conducted with the suspect. Cleared, report taken.

•Yes, Probie (K72) is back from POST and working the streets of Kellogg...wait that doesn’t sound right. Probie is back and patrolling the streets of Kellogg. Yeah, that’s better.

•Citizen contact in the city park with male sleeping next to a vehicle, traveling through and felt like laying under the stars. However, was cold once K76 woke him up and got back into his vehicle. NAT.

•Traffic stop E. Cameron/Thorn, verbal for speed.

•911 open line 300 block of McKinley, no sounds of distress on the line but there was loud music. Checked the area UTL.

•Landline request regarding hit and run, reporting party was not in the area at the time of calling and said he would call when he was back to collect information, passed on to K72.

•Abandoned vehicle at the 200 block of W. Cameron Ave. After investigating and contacting the owner, arrangements were for the vehicle to be towed by the owner. Cleared, NAT.

•Responded to a report of an open 911 line at the 300 block of McKinley Ave. Cleared, UTL.

•Attempt to locate a reported vehicle crossing the lane markers repeatedly. The occupants of a vehicle matching the description at the Gondolier. The occupants were international tourists not familiar with the roads. Cleared, unfounded.

•Attempt to locate a reported suicidal subject. Cleared, UTL.

•Traffic stop at the intersection of E. Riverside & E. Cameron. Cleared, verbal for headlight out.

•Suspicious Vehicle at Market & Maple. While following the vehicle to determine if the vehicle had a temporary license plate, the vehicle suddenly stopped and an occupant rapidly exited the vehicle with a hammer in hand. The driver and occupants were temporarily detained and released without incident. Cleared, NAT.

•Assisted K72 with suspicious vehicle.

•Called to SMC to assisted 1215 with an individual who was causing issues. Other agency assist.

Be happy, be safe, hug your Dad.

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