The San Juan County Sheriff’s Workplace responded to the next calls.
• A Lopez Island resident reported receiving two “robocalls” that had been believed to be a fraud rip-off. The resident properly didn’t reply to the calls, regardless of the specter of “authorized motion.”
• A Lopez deputy gave a driver a warning for rushing in a college zone and failing to hold driver’s license.
• A deputy on Orcas responded to a trespassing name in Deer Harbor. The reporting celebration wished to have somebody served with a trespass warning letter. The particular person was discovered and said they understood that in the event that they returned they’d be arrested.
• A Lopez Island deputy accomplished a junk car affidavit for a property proprietor for a derelict car that had been deserted on non-public property so the car might be correctly disposed of.
• A Lopez deputy responded to a Lopez citizen who needed to specific frustration with a previous home dwelling scenario.
• An Orcas deputy was dispatched to trespassing at an area enterprise. The person was arrested and faraway from the property.
• An Orcas deputy was dispatched to a trespassing name. The topic was escorted off the property. Expenses have been filed.
• A distant relative of an island resident requested a welfare verify. The request was obscure in nature, possible a no-contact order violation, and was an try to bypass CPS agreements.
• A San Juan deputy noticed a vessel with no allow moored on the Roche Harbor County Dock.
• An Orcas deputy disposed of a small quantity of outdated ammunition turned in by a citizen. A report was authored for the destruction of the property.
• A Lopez deputy responded to a welfare verify name. A Lopez citizen was offered psychological well being assets.
• A San Juan deputy responded to a report of threats relating to Fb messages in regards to the masks mandate. No direct threats had been made and the incident was documented.
• A San Juan deputy responded to a report of fraud. It appeared that the reporting celebration ordered a product from a non-legitimate web site and didn’t obtain the merchandise ordered.
• An unknown particular person shined a light-weight right into a Lopez enterprise late at evening and spooked an worker. Upon investigation, the particular person in query was searching for help. They had been staying in a close-by lodge and had been uncertain of the way to unlock and entry their room.
• A Lopez resident requested a report be accomplished documenting unwelcome habits from a previous acquaintance.
• A Lopez deputy carried out an animal cruelty dying investigation. Expenses had been forwarded to the court docket.
• An Orcas deputy assisted a citizen by issuing a Junk Automobile Affidavit to take away a car from their property.
•An Orcas deputy took a report of attainable harassment involving contact by an undesirable man.
• A deputy was dispatched to a car theft within the Friday Harbor space. The reporting deputy checked the world the place the car was final seen however didn’t find the car.
• A San Juan deputy responded to a report of sick animals. A number of cats had been situated deceased on the reporting celebration’s property. There isn’t any recognized trigger right now.
• A San Juan deputy issued a driver citations for not having a legitimate license with ID and never having insurance coverage.
• A deputy was dispatched to a sick animal within the San Juan Island space. The deputy arrived and situated a deceased seal on the seashore. The seal gave the impression to be useless for some time. Photographs of the seal had been taken.
• A San Juan deputy stopped a car as the motive force was not sporting a security belt. The motive force was issued citations for not sporting a security belt and working a motorized vehicle with out insurance coverage. They had been additionally given a number of warnings.
• A Lopez Island deputy was referred to as a few barking canine that was going continuous from 10 p.m. to 4 a.m. The canine’s proprietor was recognized and contacted in regards to the scenario.
• A Lopez deputy was referred to as about vandalism to a car. A aspect window was found damaged in an unlocked automotive parked in a rural residential driveway. A rock, thrown by a using lawnmower, was decided to be the perpetrator.
• A Lopez Island deputy was referred to as to analyze vandalism to a utility cable. The utility firm suggested the client it was possible a system downside somewhat than a line downside.
• A San Juan deputy was contacted in reference to little one abuse. The deputy spoke with the folks reporting the incident. The incident occurred in one other jurisdiction.
• An Orcas deputy investigated an allegation of threats on Level Lawrence Rd. Not one of the concerned events needed any legislation enforcement motion taken.
• A Lopez deputy responded to a home name. In the course of the investigation, it was decided that there was no home crime, nevertheless, the case can be forwarded to Baby Protecting Companies to handle some issues.
• An Orcas deputy assisted a resident with a Junk Automobile Affidavit to take away a car from a property on Alder St.
• Orcas Island deputies had been dispatched with Orcas Island Hearth and Rescue to a boating accident on the north shore of Orcas. The reporting celebration suggested that the boat was on the rocks. The only occupant of the vessel was rescued by the USCG helicopter crew and transported for medical remedy.
• An Orcas Island deputy responded to a name of a home dispute on Olga Highway. An investigation was carried out, and it was decided no crime was dedicated.
• A Lopez deputy responded to a site visitors accident name. A car drove off the highway right into a patch of blackberries. The motive force was not situated.
• An Orcas deputy responded to an undesirable particular person name on Alder St. An investigation was carried out and no crime was dedicated.
Orcas deputies had been dispatched to a verbal home within the Eastsound space. No crime was dedicated, and the events voluntarily separated.
San Juan Deputy responded to a home disturbance. All events had been contacted and the incident was decided to be non-criminal.
• A reporting deputy was dispatched to a site visitors accident within the San Juan Island space. The deputy arrived and situated a single car off the roadway and right into a tree. There was no driver on the scene. The car was impounded.
• A Lopez deputy took a report of hunters trespassing on non-public property. The hunters had been gone when the deputy arrived. The matter is beneath investigation.
• A deputy on Orcas responded to a citizen help close to Eastsound. Beneath the brand new legal guidelines, no enforcement might be taken. A report was taken and each events had been separated.
• An Orcas Island deputy was dispatched to a hit-and-run motorized vehicle accident at an area enterprise. It was later decided that the motive force didn’t know that they had struck the sufferer’s automotive and insurance coverage data was exchanged.
• A deputy on San Juan Island responded to a report of a single-vehicle roll-over collision. The motive force was arrested for DUI and issued citations for wheels off roadway, open alcohol container and open marijuana container.
• A San Juan deputy was dispatched to a vandalism name. An investigation was carried out and a report was accomplished.
• A reporting deputy was dispatched to a trespassing name within the Friday Harbor space. The particular person concerned was not on the time however a trespass warning letter was ready and signed by the enterprise. The particular person can be served with the warning letter when situated.
• An Orcas deputy was dispatched to an undesirable particular person name. The topic was faraway from the property.
• A Lopez deputy stopped and ticketed a motorist for rushing in a college zone.
• A Lopez deputy responded to a Lopez residence to an unattended dying. An investigation indicated that the deceased handed away from pure causes.
• A San Juan deputy stopped a car because the proprietor didn’t have a driver’s license. The motive force was issued an infraction for not having a legitimate license with ID and the deputy’s report can be despatched to the Prosecutor’s Workplace for a charging choice relating to driving with out an ignition interlock system.
• A San Juan deputy stopped a car as the motive force had a suspended driver’s license. A quotation was issued for working a motorized vehicle with out insurance coverage and the deputy’s report can be forwarded to the Prosecutor’s Workplace for a charging choice.
• A San Juan deputy investigated a report of a hit-and-run collision on Argyle St.
• A Lopez deputy responded to a disorderly conduct name. Two residents drove across the ferry terminal yelling at folks. They’d departed the scene by the point a deputy arrived.
• A San Juan deputy was dispatched to a disturbance in a tavern. The deputy arrived and separated the events. Two patrons had been eliminated on the request of the institution. No events wished to cooperate with legal prosecution.
• A car slowly drove by a Lopez property. The occupants of the car had been searching the window and yelling. No crime occurred.