Okanogan County Sheriff’s Office

June 2

BURGLARY: It was reported that a cabin on Tayler Road, Carlton, had been burglarized and some items were thrown over an embankment.

INJURED ANIMAL: A deer was hit by a vehicle on Twin Lakes Road, Winthrop.

June 3

POTENTIAL SUICIDE: A woman in Twisp reported that her husband seemed suicidal.

THREAT: Some threatening activity was reported on Bitterbrush Road, Winthrop.

THEFT: It was reported that some $2,000 worth of items were stolen from a vehicle left parked in a pullout on Highway 20 near Washington Pass.

HARASSMENT: Caller on Evans Road, Winthrop, reported that a neighbor had parked their car nearby and was revving the engine and playing extremely loud music.

June 4

ANIMAL PROBLEM: Caller on Prairie Flats Road, Methow, had questions about open range regulations.

ALARM: A burglary alarm was reported on Bill Shaw Road, Methow.

June 5

BURGLARY: Caller on West Chewuch Road, Winthrop, reported that the door on a locked shed had been pried open and a generator stolen.

June 7

POSSIBLE SUICIDE ATTEMPT: Caller on Highway 153, Twisp, reported that another person was taking muscle relaxers and threatening suicide with a knife.

FATAL ACCIDENT: A fatal accident involving a car and a motorcycle was reported on Highway 153 near Twisp.

UTILITY PROBLEM: It was reported that a power pole on Burton Street, Twisp, had a wire hanging down, not quite touching the ground.

June 9

INJURY ACCIDENT: An injury accident was reported on Highway 20 near Winthrop, in which a motorcycle struck a deer.

BURGLARY: Caller on Francis Lane, Winthrop, reported they believed there had been many thefts from their residence over the past six months.

VEHICLE PROWL: Caller reported that an intoxicated man was trying to get into the caller’s vehicle on Highway 153 near Carlton.

June 10

TRESPASS: Caller on Highway 153, Carlton, reported that a person was trespassing and defecating on private property.

ABANDONED VEHICLE: An abandoned vehicle was reported on Twin Lakes Road, Winthrop.

AGENCY ASSIST: Assistance was requested for the pursuit, on foot, of a person in the Horizon Flats area, Winthrop.

June 11

WARRANT ARREST: A warrant service was reported on East Methow Valley Highway, Twisp.

MALICIOUS MISCHIEF: Several recent incidents of “tagging” in the area of Highway 153, Libby Creek Road and Black Pine Lake Road were reported, involving traffic signs and U.S. Forest Service signs.

June 12

AGENCY ASSIST: The sheriff’s office assisted with a search warrant in Twisp.

June 14

TRESPASS: A person was seen trespassing at a location on Davis Lake Road, Winthrop, via a remote camera.

CITIZEN ASSIST: A person on Marble Street, Twisp, asked for assistance in a child custody exchange.

STRAY ANIMAL: Caller on Old Carlton Road reported a neighbor’s pit bull had attacked two of his sheep and continually come onto the caller’s property despite requests to keep the dogs penned up.

NOISE COMPLAINT: An ongoing problem with loud music was reported on Mundy Road, Twisp.

June 18

NOISE COMPLAINT: It was reported that four motorcycles were racing up and down West Chewuch Road, Winthrop, without mufflers.

NOISE COMPLAINT: Caller on West Chewuch Road, Winthrop, complained that a juvenile was riding a motorcycle on a private track during the caller’s dinnertime.

June 19

DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPSENDED: A person was cited and released on Canyon Street, Twisp.

SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY: Caller reported that they were driving on Highway 153 south of Twisp when a passenger in another vehicle brandished a handgun at them.

June 20

CIVIL ISSUE: Caller on Poorman Creek Road, Twisp, reported that water from an irrigation system was standing in a ditch.

June 21

TRESPASS: Caller on East Methow Valley Highway, Twisp, reported that a man was refusing to leave the location.

ANIMAL PROBLEM: Caller on Texas Creek Road, Carlton, reported a problem with a cow on their property.

SEARCH AND RESCUE: It was reported that a hiker on Black Bear Trail, Winthrop, was bleeding from a stick lodged in their leg; emergency medical assistance was dispatched.

EXTRA PATROL REQUESTED: It was reported that a vehicle was driving erratically in the industrial park area of Twisp.

INJURY ACCIDENT: An injury accident was reported on Highway 20 near Twisp.

SEARCH AND RESCUE: It was reported that rescue beacon signals were being received from the Glacier Trail area.

WEAPONS OFFENSE: Caller reported shots being fired from the ridge behind his home on the Left Fork Wolf Creek Road, and that a bullet ricocheted off rocks by the caller’s residence.

June 23

TRESPASSING: A trespassing incident was reported on Elbow Coulee Road.

DOMESTIC DISPUTE: Caller on Highway 153, Carlton, reported that her son and husband were in a verbal and physical dispute.

June 24

ASSAULT: Caller reported being assaulted by a woman at the Twisp town park.

June 23

ANIMAL PROBLEM: Caller on Old Carlton Road reported that a neighbor’s dog had killed two of their sheep and was now stalking cattle.

INJURED ANIMAL: An injured deer was reported on the side of the road at Studhorse Mountain Road and East Chewuch Road, Winthrop.

June 24

ABANDONED VEHICLE: An abandoned vehicle was reported partially blocking the road at Highway 20 and Witte Road, Winthrop.

THEFT: It was reported that a concrete machine was taken from a location on Goat Creek Road, Winthrop.

SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY: Suspicious circumstances were reported on Bridge Street, Winthrop.

SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY: Caller who is caretaking property on Wolf Creek Road, Winthrop, reported seeing a person in a tent hidden in the brush on nearby state land.

ASSAULT: Caller on West Chewuch Road reported that her adult daughter had kicked her in the stomach.

June 25

NON-INJURY ACCIDENT: A non-injury accident was reported on Highway 153 near Twisp.

MEDICAL PROBLEM: A youngster on Highway 153, Carlton, suffered lacerations in a bicycle accident.

ANIMAL PROBLEM: Six cattle were reported missing from a location on Highway 153 near Twisp.

DOMESTIC DISPUTE: Caller on Gun Dog Road, Twisp, reported that their ex-spouse was on the premises trying to take things that did not belong to him.

NOISE: A loud party was reported on Lombard Street, Twisp.

June 26

ANIMAL PROBLEM: Five cows were reported missing from a location on Thurlow Road, Twisp.

TRESPASS: Caller in Carlton reported that an ex-tenant who had been evicted was sneaking into an RV park at night and using the restrooms and showers and walking through campsites.

DISPUTE: Caller on East Methow Valley Highway, Twisp, reported that two men who might have weapons were yelling at each other, arguing over whether one of them was living at a residence without permission.

STRAY ANIMALS: Two cows were reported to be astray on Highway 20, Twisp.

June 27

SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY: It was reported from Lost River Road, Mazama, that someone was firing a weapon in the area.

INJURED ANIMAL: An injured animal was reported in a yard on Main Street, Winthrop.

NOISE: A noise complaint was reported from Windy Ridge Road, Twisp, and was described as an ongoing problem.

Twisp Police Department

June 4

ASSAULT: A possible assault was reported on Canyon Street.

June 5

ANIMAL PROBLEM: A problem with an animal was reported on Ewell Street.

TRAFFIC HAZARD: A traffic hazard was reported on Burton Street.

TRAFFIC HAZARD: A traffic hazard was reported on Highway 20.

UNSECURED PREMISES: An open door was reported at a location on Evergreen and Yule streets.

June 6

SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY: It was reported that a man was outside a building on South Lincoln Street, trying to open a window.

HARASSMENT: Caller reported that a person was yelling at them inside their business on Highway 20. 

ROBBERY/ASSAULT: It was reported that a man was robbed and assaulted at a house on West Twisp Avenue.

ANIMAL PROBLEM: A problem with an animal was reported on Marble Street.

June 7

THREATENING BEHAVIOR: Caller on E. Methow Valley Highway reported that another man grabbed him by the throat and took a swing at him.

TRESSPASSING; A trespassing incident was reported on Magers Street.

TRAFFIC HAZARD: A traffic hazard was reported in the downtown area.

June 8

WARRANT ARREST: A warrant was confirmed for arrest of a person on South Glover Street and East Third Avenue.

SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES: Caller reported that smoke was possibly coming from a location at South Methow Valley Highway and East Third Avenue.

June 9

INJURED ANIMAL: An injured deer was reported at Highway 20 and Twisp Airport Road.

June 10

INJURED ANIMAL: An injured animal was reported on Twisp-Carlton Road.

June 12

BURGLARY: A burglary was reported on South Glover Street.

ASSAULT: Caller on East Methow Valley Highway reported that an egg was thrown at the window of their residence, and when they went outside they were assaulted by two people.

June 13

VICIOUS ANIMAL: A vicious dog was reported running down Alder Street.

June 14

ASSAULT: Caller on Cascade Drive reported that their ex-spouse had touched them in an unwanted manner during a child custody exchange.

June 17

SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY: Caller in neighborhood of Riverside Avenue and Burton Street reported a suspicious car in the area for the previous two weeks, and that a man and woman had been seen trying to get into vehicle.

June 18

TRESPASSING: A trespassing incident was reported on Magers Street.

MALICIOUS MISCHIEF: A problem with graffiti was reported on East Methow Valley Highway.

June 20

SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY: Suspicious activity was reported near the Wagner Memorial Pool.

June 23

NON-INJURY ACCIDENT: A non-injury accident occurred when two vehicles collided in a parking lot on East Methow Valley Highway.

June 24

TRESPASSING: A possible trespassing incident was reported on Cascade Drive.

June 24

MALICIOUS MISCHIEF: Malicious mischief was reported in an apple orchard. 

DUI: Call from a location on Highway 20 indicated that a vehicle was apparently out of gas and the driver appeared to be intoxicated.

Winthrop Marshal’s Office

June 4

CITIZEN ASSIST: A person was having car trouble on Riverside Avenue.

June 5

NON-INJURY ACCIDENT: A non-injury accident was reported on Riverside Avenue.

June 7

PARKING PROBLEM: A parking problem was reported on Riverside Avenue.

June 14

ACCIDENT: A hit-and-run accident was reported on Riverside Avenue.

June 15

PARKING PROBLEM: A parking problem was reported on Riverside Avenue.

June 17

NON-INJURY ACCIDENT: A non-injury accident was reported on Riverside Avenue.

June 18

SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY: Caller on South Heaton Road said a man approached their vehicle and was looking in the windows.

June 19

THEFT: Caller on Riverside reported that their wallet was missing or possibly stolen.

June 21

ACCIDENT: A hit-and-run accident was reported on Riverside Avenue.

DOMESTIC DISPUTE: A domestic problem was reported on Riverside Avenue.

NOISE COMPLAINT: Caller complained about noise on Castle Avenue.

June 22

DOMESTIC DISPUTE: Caller who was parked at the Winthrop Barn reported that her ex-boyfriend was sitting on the hood of her car, damaging it, and calling her names.

June 23

DISABLED VEHICLE: A disabled vehicle was reported on Highway 20.

June 24

DISABLED VEHICLE: A disabled vehicle that may have hit a deer was reported on Highway 20.

June 25

DRIVING WITH SUSPENDED LICENSE: A person was cited and released at Durango Drive and Twisp-Winthrop Eastside Road.

DISABLED VEHICLE: A disabled vehicle was reported blocking traffic on Riverside Avenue.

NON-INJURY ACCIDENT: A non-injury accident was reported on Riverside Avenue.

June 26

DISABLED VEHICLE: A disabled vehicle leaking fuel was reported on Riverside Avenue.

June 27

SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES: Suspicious activities were reported on Riverside Avenue.

Okanogan County Superior Court

Ryan Glenn Casey, 43, of Twisp, pleaded guilty to Welfare Fraud and False Verification of Welfare Form. He was sentenced to 30 days on each count and fined a total of $1,110.50. He was also ordered to pay restitution in the amount of $1,918.40 to the Department of Social and Health Services.