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Okanogan County Sheriff’s Office

Oct. 10

CIVIL MATTER: Caller on Mountain Valley Road, Winthrop, reported that he had mailed a check for some firewood and the wood was never delivered.

Oct. 12

DOMESTIC DISPUTE: Caller on Old Carlton Road reported having a verbal dispute with their grandson.

Oct. 13

BURGLARY: A burglary was reported on Finley Canyon Road, Twisp. Many valuable items were taken and the residence was ransacked.

CITIZEN DISPUTE: Caller on Twisp-Carlton Road reported that some workers at a nearby church had been yelling and squealing tires for about two hours.

Oct. 14

STRAY ANIMALS: Cattle were reported in the roadway on Highway 20, Winthrop. The owner was contacted.

Oct. 15

NOISE COMPLAINT: Caller on Meadows Road, Carlton, reported that a child had been screaming like crazy for the last hour and a half.

THEFT: Caller on Old Twisp Highway reported that a man driving a pickup truck was checking mailboxes in the area.

EXTRA PATROLS REQUESTED: Caller reported ongoing problems with drivers in a parking lot on Twin Lakes Road who were driving at a high rate of speed off the pavement and through large mud puddles. Caller also reported that a pickup truck had left the parking lot at a high rate of speed and passed by a school bus that was loading athletes.

WEAPONS OFFENSE: Caller on West Chewuch Road, Winthrop, reported hearing gunshots nearby.

Twisp Police Department

Oct. 13

SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY: Caller on Highway 20, Winthrop, reported that a man in a pickup truck had broken the caller’s window.

HARASSMENT: A harassment incident was reported on Magers Street.

CIVIL MATTER: A civil dispute was reported on East Second Avenue.

SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY: A suspicious vehicle was reported on Highway 20.

Oct. 14

UNSECURED PREMISES: An unsecured building was reported on Bridge Street; the owner was contacted.

Oct. 15

INJURED ANIMAL: Caller in the vicinity of Marie Street and May Street reported that a deer that apparently had been shot had wandered into town.

Winthrop Marshal’s Office

Oct. 10

CITIZEN DISPUTE: Caller on Riverside Avenue reported that a driver was refusing to remove their vehicle from in front of a gas pump.

Oct. 15

CHILD ABUSE: It was reported that a young child had been left unattended in a vehicle on East Methow Valley Highway, Twisp.

Oct. 16

UNSECURED PREMISES: An unsecured building was reported on South Glover Street.

Marriage licences

Kami Lynn Chamblin, 35, Twisp, and Lacy Ellen Davis, 34, Twisp