Police-lights-thumbOkanogan County Sheriff’s Office

Feb. 18

SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY: Sus-picious circumstances were reported on Ponderosa Pine Lane, Twisp.

SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY: Suspicious activity was reported on Bear Creek Road, Winthrop.

TRESPASSING: A trespassing incident was reported on Taylor Road, Twisp.

Feb. 19

VEHICLE PROWL: It was reported that a teenage male was going through vehicles on Early Winters Drive and items were missing.

Feb. 20

FOUND PROPERTY: A bicycle was found at Twisp Airport Road and B-B Road, Twisp.

THREAT: Threatening behavior was reported at a location on Castle Avenue, Winthrop.

Feb. 21

THREAT: Threatening behavior was reported at a location on Castle Avenue, Winthrop.

Feb. 22

911 CALL ABUSE: An abuse of the 911 emergency line was reported from Winthrop.

Feb. 23

SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY: It was reported that there was a truck with one tire off sitting on Dream Lane, Methow. A man in the truck was possibly intoxicated and appeared to have facial injuries.

NON-INJURY ACCIDENT: A non-injury accident was reported on Highway 20, Winthrop. A vehicle was in a snow bank.

ABANDONED VEHICLE: It was reported that a pickup truck was parked in the middle of the roadway on Texas Creek Road, Carlton.

 

Twisp Police Department

Feb. 18

FRAUD: Caller reported that someone else had cashed a check that was made out to them.

Feb. 22

HIT-AND-RUN: A hit-and-run was reported in a parking lot on North Methow Valley Highway. One vehicle was struck by another.

DOMESTIC DISPUTE: A domestic dispute was reported on Glover Street.

CIVIL ISSUE: A civil issue involving an evicted tenant was reported on East Second Avenue.

Winthrop Marshal’s Office

Feb. 19

FOUND PROPERTY: A caller reported finding a loaded handgun in the men’s room at a location on Highway 20.

Feb. 20

THEFT: It was reported that a customer drove off without paying at a business on Highway 20.

LOITERING: Dumpster divers were reported at a location on Highway 20.