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

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

Kootenai County Sheriff's Office Press Release

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

Day Shift handled the following notable calls:  

Deputies responded to N. 15th St. in Dalton Gardens for a possible domestic report. Upon their arrival they learned this was a verbal argument with a mother and adult daughter.  The daughter was allegedly "on drugs" and pushed her mother during the argument. The suspect fled the scene prior to our arrival and Deputies were not able to contact her prior to the end of his shift.  

Deputies responded to the area of east Hayden Lake Rd. and E. Dodd Rd for a multi vehicle slide off/cash.  Due to the weather conditions and response time from the tow company it was a rather lengthy process to get the vehicle outs of the snow bank and clear the scene.

Evening and Night Shift handled the following notable calls:  

Deputies responded to N Gleason Road for a domestic dispute. On scene they contacted husband and wife. Both indicated they were in the midst of a divorce and got in an argument regarding the children. No crime was committed and an FI was completed. 21-07900

Deputies responded to Ramsey and Diagonal after BNSF called to report that an unknown male was stopped as he attempted to gain entry to a train that was parked in the area. The male was last seen walking away from the train. Deputies soon located a male in a nearby construction shed. The male is homeless and traveling the country via the railway.  The male was extremely wet and cold, and admitted he was only trying to get dry and warm in the shed. This was apparent as he had his items strewn about to dry. He was transported to a warming shelter per his request. 21-07923

Deputies responded to 6000 W Hwy 54 for a suicide threat. A male had called stating he was feeling suicidal and requested assistance. On scene they determined the male to be suicidal and in possession of a large amount of knives. The male was transported to KBH where he placed on a PC hold. 21-07927

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