Okanogan County Sheriff’s Office

Oct. 17

BURGLARY: Caller on Murphy Road, Methow, reported a home break-in and the loss of an AR-15 and a cash jar.

ANIMAL PROBLEM: A goat was reported in the roadway on Ross Road, Twisp.

SEARCH AND RESCUE: A hunter was reported overdue near the Harts Pass campground.

ABANDONED VEHICLE: An abandoned vehicle was reported at Patterson Lake Road and Elbow Coulee Road, the result of a roll-over accident.

Oct. 19

ACCIDENT: A one-vehicle, non-injury accident was reported on McFarland Creek Road, Methow.

Oct. 21

ACCIDENT: A one-vehicle accident was reported at East Chewuch Road and Walter Road.

TRESPASS: Caller on Balky Hill Road reported that a hunter had shot a deer on the caller’s property.

Oct. 22

WEAPONS OFFENSE: Caller reported hearing what sounded like 20 or 30 gunshots in rapid succession on Highway 20 across from Bean Road.

Oct. 23

TRESPASSING: Caller on Deer Way Loop reported that hunters were parked on the caller’s property and hunting in the area.

WEAPONS OFFENSE: Caller reported that people in several vehicles were shooting guns in the area of Patterson Lake Road and Elbow Coulee Road.

ABANDONED VEHICLE: An abandoned vehicle was reported at Twisp River Road and Poorman Creek Road.

TRESPASSING: Caller on Northcott Road, Winthrop, reported that a neighbor’s cabin door was open.

ASSAULT: Caller on Sims Canyon Road, Twisp, reported being assaulted by their roommate.

Twisp Police Department

Oct. 18

INJURED DEER: An injured deer was reported on Riverside Avenue.

CITIZEN DISPUTE: Two people were reported fighting in a parking lot on East Methow Valley Highway.

Oct. 19

TRESPASSING: A trespassing complaint was reported on Frazer Crossing Road.

Oct. 20

ACCIDENT: A vehicle hit a building on South Methow Valley Highway; there was a minor injury.

Oct. 20

DOMESTIC ISSUE: Caller on East Second Avenue reported that her ex-boyfriend was outside yelling and refusing to leave.

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

ACCIDENT: It was reported that a vehicle hit a cow on Highway 20 near Winthrop.

BURGLARY: Caller on Magers Street heard someone banging on the front and back of a residence.

Winthrop Marshal’s Office

Oct. 19

TRAFFIC OFFENSE: A traffic offense was reported at Cy’s Alley and East Chewuch Road.

Oct. 21

JUVENILE PROBLEM: Several juveniles were reported climbing outside the railings of the Spring Creek Bridge.

Oct. 22

STRAY ANIMAL: A stray dog was reported on Highway 20.

Marriage licenses

Tais Dos Santos Antonucci, 31, Winthrop, and Samuel Freeman Stockard, 29, Winthrop.