Kootenai County Sheriff’s Office Notable Calls for 2/15/21
Garrison Hardie

Kootenai County Sheriff’s Office Notable Calls for 2/15/21

KCSO Press Release

The Kootenai County Sheriff's Office handled the following notable calls for 2/15/21:

Day Shift handled the following notable calls:  

Deputies responded to W. Mogul Loop for a possible domestic dispute.  Upon their arrival they contacted a male and female who were arguing over a watch and ear buds.  It was determined no crime had occurred and an FI was completed. 

Deputies responded to W. Spirit Lake Rd x N. Indigo Loop for a crash.  During the investigation and while conducting traffic control a Deputy observed some paraphernalia in a vehicle as it was passing by the scene.  The vehicle was stopped and the driver was cited and released for possession of paraphernalia.

Deputies responded to a report of a snow plow that had driven off the road and was overturned in a ditch.  A Post Falls Highway District plow driver missed a corner and rolled the plow into a pasture.  No one was injured and a report completed.

Deputies responded to E. Canyon Rd. for a welfare check.  A female did not show up for work at the end of last week or today.  The female was not at the house so deputies checked an alternate address on Valley View.  The female’s parents were there and provided information that she was in Seattle and was fine.
During the shift we responded to numerous slide offs and accidents because of the weather and driving conditions.

Evening Shift handled the following notable calls:  

A Deputy arrested a male for his warrant at the Liberty Stop & Go. 21-07160

A Deputy responded to 9095 N Hess St for a reported custodial interference call.  The Deputy learned there was no parenting plan in place, nor any court orders pertaining to the custody of the child.  The Deputy urged both parties to seek legal guidance regarding having a parenting plan put in place. 21-07145

Deputies responded for a domestic dispute.  An R/P reported a third party domestic dispute between her daughter, and the daughter’s boyfriend after she heard them yelling over the phone. On scene they learned that the two got into an argument over a text message which led to the boyfriend throwing items at the daughter. 21-07153

A Deputy responded to an address on Maple for a suicide threat. On scene he determined the female was not suicidal, however, may have been earlier in the day. The staff was advised and they stated they would watch her. 
Several (7 to be exact) accidents were reported around the county, most of which were slide-offs due to the weather. The shift was able to respond to handle each crash and take appropriate action. 

Night Shift handled the following notable calls:  

Deputies remained busy during their shift with directed patrols, alarms and traffic stops.

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