Crime Watch

Caller reports poodle found on Front Street

The Coupeville Town Marshal’s Office responded to the following calls:

Monday, April 8

1:05 p.m., welfare check requested on a person drinking at a business on South Main Street.

3:27 p.m., a vehicle reportedly had no brake lights at State Highway 20 and Miller Road.

Tuesday, April 9

10:54 a.m., a vehicle was reportedly weaving at South Main Street and Highway 20.

12:07 p.m., unsecure premise reported on Northeast Haller Street.

5:33 p.m., possible child abuse reported on Northwest Oakmont Street.

Wednesday, April 10

3:11 p.m., public assistance requested on Northeast Seventh Street.

5:29 p.m., a suspicious man allegedly approached two boys on North Main Street and asked them for 45 cents.

Thursday, April 11

10:09 a.m., someone reportedly flashed a light into a home on Northeast Leisure Street.

10:24 a.m., a man threatened to assault a doctor if he didn’t get his girlfriend her medication at Whidbey General Hospital.

1:03 p.m., assault reported on South Main Street.

5:25 p.m., a continual spark in the oven was reported on Northeast Sixth Street.

Friday, April 12

8:45 a.m., a male poodle was found on Northwest Front Street.

2:06 p.m., public assistance requested on Northeast Seventh Street.

2:32 a.m., a missing female reportedly got off a bus at Northwest Broadway and Seventh Street.

Saturday, April 13

10:03 a.m., woman called wondering if her keys had been turned in.

5:39 p.m., vehicle lockout reported on Northeast Third Street.

Sunday, April 14

9:04 a.m., wanted person taken into custody on North Main Street.

1:32 p.m., an elderly man was reportedly seen sleeping in his car on the side of the road at Highway 20 and Sherman Road. A passerby knocked to check on him.

 

Community Events, April 2014

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