Okanogan County Sheriff’s Office

Dec. 6

NOISE: A noise complaint came from Ponderosa Pine Lane, Twisp.

CIVIL ISSUE: Caller on Yellowjacket Road, Twisp, reported that his mother had just told him that his sister had taken his government check from his mailbox.

Dec. 7

SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY: Caller on Thurlow Road, Twisp, reported that they were implanted with surveillance equipment in law school and it was possibly causing cancer.

Dec. 8

STRAY ANIMALS: Stray bulls were reported on Highway 20 near Twisp.

SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY: An unknown man came into a business in Carlton and said he had a dead battery; caller reported that “something’s not right.”

Dec. 12

LOST PROPERTY: Caller on Highway 153, Methow, reported losing a gun, possibly in an orchard while target practicing.

 

Twisp Police Department

Dec. 6

PARKING PROBLEM: It was reported that two vehicles were parked in handicapped parking zones at a location on Highway 20.

DRUGS: A problem with drugs was reported on Magers Street.

Dec. 10

THEFT: A man left a store on Highway 20 with prescribed medication he had not paid for.

Dec. 11

CHECK ON WELFARE: A check on someone’s personal welfare was requested on Horseshoe Trail Court.

 

Winthrop Marshal’s Office

Dec. 8

MALICIOUS MISCHIEF: It was reported that someone had thrown one of the town’s recycling or waste barrels into the river.

 

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