Crime Watch

Fraud, disorderly prompt calls

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

Monday, June 10

10:29 a.m., possible DUI reported on State Highway 20 near Main Street.

1:09 p.m., an older woman was allegedly asking people for money on South Main Street.

2:52 p.m., non-injury motor vehicle accident reported on South Main Street at Terry Road.

4:12 p.m., disorderly conduct reported at Whidbey General Hospital.

Tuesday, June 11

8:07 a.m., report of a fawn in the ditch, not moving on Northeast Perkins Street.

10:16 a.m., wanted juvenile turning herself in at juvenile services.

11:26 a.m., bad checks reported on South Main Street.

1:28 p.m., a man was seen rolling around in the grass with his shirt off in front of Compass Health.

4:57 p.m., a woman called and said “help me” before hanging up.

Wednesday, June 12

10:00 a.m., vehicle lockout reported on South Main Street.

12:16 p.m., disorderly conduct reported at Whidbey General Hospital.

11:17 p.m., a woman reported a neighbor’s cigarette smoke was getting into her bedroom window and she’s allergic.

Thursday, June 13

7:12 p.m., water was flowing from a lawn into the street on Northeast Clapp Street.

Friday, June 14

9:29 p.m., disabled vehicle reported on South Main Street.

9:40 p.m., very loud music reported from a residence near Southwest Terry Road.

Saturday, June 15

6:40 a.m., hang up call on Northeast Leach Street.

4:58 p.m., burn complaint at Kinkaid Drive and Dewey Drive.

8:02 p.m., water utility problem reported on Southwest Terry Road.

Sunday, June 16

9:33 a.m., death investigation on Northeast Center Street.

12:25 p.m., civil dispute reported on Northeast Maple Place.

4:16 p.m., motor vehicle accident reported on Northwest Front Street.

7:41 p.m., disorderly conduct reported at Whidbey General Hospital.

9:10 p.m., suicide threat on Plum Creek Lane.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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