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

Monday, June 16

3:20 p.m., a caller at Whidbey General Hospital requested assistance with a disorderly patient.

Tuesday, June 17

4:53 p.m., a caller on Northeast Fourth Street reported that there are dogs that are allowed to run free and chase deer.

5:53 p.m., a caller at Wells Fargo reported two baby deer were walking around and the person was worried for their safety.

7:43 p.m., a caller from an Island Transit bus stopped at South Main and Terry streets reported a person was outside the bus with a large stick acting strange and would not let the bus move.

8:29 p.m., a caller at Prairie Center Red Apple called about a man yelling in the parking lot.

Wednesday, June 18

12:14 a.m., a caller on Northeast Lindsay Street reported a possible prowler outside her home.

1:39 a.m., a caller reported a suspicious man camping out in the People’s Bank parking lot. The caller said the white male, who appeared to be in his 30s, was talking and laughing to himself and making movements like someone on drugs.

7:35 p.m., a caller at Whidbey General Hospital reported a disorderly patient, who was refusing to leave.

Thursday, June 19

8:52 a.m., a caller on Northeast Faris Street reported a person had been missing for the last half an hour.

1:25 p.m., a caller on North Main Street called to inquire about his neighbor reporting his barking dog.

Friday, June 20

10:43 a.m., a caller at the Island County Courthouse reported a person demanding to speak to a judge and requested assistance.

Saturday, June 21

4:19 a.m., a caller on North Main Street reported a male in an apartment sounded like he was being attacked. The subject has a history of mental illness.

5:10 p.m., a commercial alarm was tripped at the Island County Historical Museum.

Sunday, June 22

1:54 p.m., a caller on Northeast Burnham Place called to inquire if boats are allowed to motor in circles repeatedly in Penn Cove because the noise is bothering them.

 

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