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Police respond to inebriated bar patrons | Blotter
The Coupeville Town Marshal’s Office responded to the following calls:
Monday, July 14
2:27 p.m., a caller on Northeast Parker Road reported someone was stealing her personal details over Facebook.
2:59 p.m., a caller at Island County Superior Court reported someone possibly stole her cell phone.
3:57 p.m., a caller on Southwest Terry Road reported her ex- son-in-law came into her residence without permission.
4:04 p.m., a caller at Coupeville Town Park reported two younger subjects in a vehicle were spinning around in the parking lot too fast.
Tuesday, July 15
2:05 p.m., a caller on Fourth Street reported receiving a suspected scam phone call about IRS tax evasion.
4:27 p.m., a caller on Northeast Leisure Street reported a suspicious Cadillac driving in circles around a construction site, possibly casing the scene.
Wednesday, July 16
10:58 a.m., a caller on Southwest Terry Road reported a dark-gray transport van was stolen and then called back to cancel the report.
4:28 p.m., a caller on Northwest First Street hung up and, when she called back, said she wanted to know how to put a restraining order on a cop’s soul.
Thursday, July 17
12:11 p.m., a caller at South Main Street and Southwest Bainbridge Lane reported a deer was hit by a vehicle.
12:30 p.m., a caller at Whidbey General Hospital reported a patient being aggressive with staff.
1:58 p.m., a caller at Whidbey General Hospital reported a patient was being disruptive again.
Friday, July 18
10:54 a.m., a caller on South Main Street requested water turned on at the location.
7:40 p.m., a caller at the Tyee reported a man who had been drinking was requesting his keys back and the caller was requesting law enforcement take the keys.
Saturday, July 19
5:41 p.m., a caller at Whidbey General Hospital reported a male, who had been yelling “out of control” and was escorted out of the building multiple times, was back.
9:09 p.m., a caller at the Tyee reported two females who had been drinking were being “little pills” and want to drive, but the bartender had their keys.
Sunday, July 20
12:02 a.m., a caller on North Main Street reported receiving a text message from a drunk person who was harassing them.
10:54 a.m., a caller on South Ebey Road reported subjects on Terry Road were burning and there was a burn ban in effect.