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

Monday, Aug. 4

10:15 a.m., a caller on Northeast Third Street reported that medication was stolen from an unlocked vehicle.

4:41 p.m., a caller on South Main Street requested assistance with a custody issue.

Tuesday, Aug. 5

7:20 a.m., a caller on South Main Street reported a white Lincoln town car showing up in her yard and no one seems to know who it belongs to.

11:12 a.m., a caller requested extra patrol for speeding on Broadway Street.

Wednesday, Aug. 6

11:14 a.m., a caller at Whidbey General Hospital reported a disorderly patient.

11:15 a.m., a caller reported a disabled vehicle at South Main Street and State Highway 20.

3:06 p.m., a vehicle was being impounded on South Main Street.

3:17 p.m., a caller at Whidbey General Hospital reported a disorderly patient.

6:48 p.m., a caller on South Main Street reported an ongoing problem with speeders.

7:31 p.m., a patient at Whidbey General Hospital called to report he is strapped to a bed and the nurses won’t let him up to use the bathroom.

7:48 p.m., a woman reported she was walking her dog near Northeast Ninth Street and Kinney Street when some men let their pit bull loose and told it to attack.

Thursday, Aug. 7

7:07 a.m., deputies responded to a commercial alarm at Coupeville Middle School.

3:00 p.m., a caller at Harbor Gift reported a young male shoplifting.

Friday, Aug. 8

3:19 p.m., a caller at Coupeville Post Office reported a customer was inside throwing things and threatening.

Saturday, Aug. 9

12:30 p.m., a caller reported a dog locked in a vehicle for more than an hour on Northeast Seventh Street.

2:54 p.m., a caller reported a dog locked in a vehicle at Coupeville Library.

8:39 p.m., a caller reported a wild duck was wandering around a Terry Road trailer park and children were following it around and beating a stick around the animal.

11:31 p.m., a caller at Whidbey General Hospital reported a disorderly patient.

10:37 p.m., a caller on Parker Road requested assistance in finding a suicidal friend.

Sunday, Aug. 10

4:07 p.m., a caller on Sixth Street reported hearing loud booms from the harbor.

 

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