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Okanogan County Sheriff’s Office

Oct. 24

THEFT: It was reported that three game cameras were stolen from a location on Witte Road, Winthrop.

STRAY ANIMAL: Caller on East Bonner Lake Road, Twisp, reported recurring problem with stray cattle.

WEAPONS OFFENSE: Caller reported that someone at the gun range on Bear Creek Road, Winthrop, was shooting in a direction away from the range.

Oct. 27

THREATS: Caller on Filer Avenue, Winthrop, reported that they were being threatened by someone who was off their medication.

FRAUD: It was reported that fraudulent checks were being passed in the Mazama area.

Oct. 28

CIVIL MATTER: Caller on Twisp-Winthrop Eastside Road reported that someone was taking rocks from that location, and the rocks were part of the caller’s artwork.

Oct. 29

CIVIL MATTER: Caller on Twisp-Winthrop Eastside Road reported that they had court-ordered access to a property but the gate to the property had been chained and locked.

DOMESTIC DISPUTE: Caller on Riverside Avenue reported hearing neighbors involved in a verbal dispute and throwing things around.

ACCIDENT: A non-injury accident was reported on Twisp Airport Road.

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

LOST PROPERTY: Caller on Chokecherry Road, Winthrop, reported items missing from their wallet.

ACCIDENT: Caller reported that a vehicle had slid off the road at Harts Pass.

Twisp Police Department

Oct. 25

SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY: Caller on Canyon Street reported that someone was looking in a window.

Oct. 26

MEDICAL: It was reported that a child at a location on Burton Street had been bitten by a black widow spider.

Oct. 27

PARKING PROBLEM: A parking issue was reported on Glover Street.

Oct. 29

DISABLED VEHICLE: A disabled vehicle was reported at Highway 20 and Rising Eagle Road.

CIVIL MATTER: Caller on South Methow Valley Highway reported that a man had been yelling and swearing at them within the past hour.

Winthrop Marshal’s Office

Oct. 26

THEFT: Caller reported that checks were stolen at a bank on Highway 20.

Oct. 28

THEFT: A car drove off from a service station on Highway 20 without paying for gas.

PUBLIC MISBEHAVIOR: It was reported that person was urinating in public on Riverside Avenue.