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Thursday, Feb. 15 11:19 a.m. Be cautious about calls – Medicare scam where someone called and stated they needed to issue a new card, but the victim would need to verify all the personal information first. The victim did not fall for this and did...

 

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Monday, Feb. 5 1:42 p.m. Crime prevention lesson – Owner of the business had questions on the trespassing laws and how to handle situations in the future. Specific problems with juvenile trespassers. Questions answered and laws explained to the...

 

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Monday, January 29 11:23 a.m. Slow ‘em down – Extra patrol requested for speeding vehicles on Channel Drive during morning and evening hours. Several cars speeding well above the posted limit. Channel Dr., Greater La Conner. Tuesday, January 30...

 

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Sunday, January 21 11:01 a.m. Ditched— Subjects left the roadway and got stuck in the ditch. Deputies arrived and contacted two subjects who were trying to get the car out but could not move it. The driver was contacted and arrested for DUI. Best R...

 

Skagit County Sheriff's Office Police Blotter: Week of Jan. 14, 2024

Tuesday, January 16 11:14 a.m. Horses in winter – Another report of the horses at the polo club not being fed or watered. We checked the horses and found adequate food and water on site with all horses being fed. La Conner Whitney Rd., Greater La...

 

Police Blotter: Skagit County Sheriff's Office

Monday, January 8 8:04 a.m. Vehicle prowl – Caller’s car was entered and gone through at about 3 a.m. Caller had ring cam video, but it did not show enough to ID anyone involved. Vehicle was unlocked and nothing was taken. Park St., La Conner. 8:...

 

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Sunday, December 31 5:20 p.m. Out of gas — Car driving slow and weaving in the lane of travel. A deputy arrived and found the vehicle and driver parked on the shoulder. The driver had run out of fuel and was just coasting to a stop. The driver walk...

 

Police Blotter: Skagit County Sheriff's Office

Sunday, December 24 9:40 p.m. Weaved away— Erratically driven vehicle on Mclean Road and then into the town of La Conner. Vehicle turned on to Maple Avenue and the caller stopped following. No plate provided and no further complaints.. Morris St. /...

 

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Sunday, December 17 11:50 a.m. Deer lost — Car vs. deer in front of the Rexville Grocery. Deer was deceased and driver continued on. Best Rd., Greater La Conner. 11:51 a.m. Hunting season — Reporter called in a person with a gun walking near the...

 

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Sunday, December 10 9:08 p.m. Just chillin’ — Reporter called in over a concern of dogs left in a vehicle. A deputy responded and found it was two small dogs that were not in any distress and the owner had only left them while attending a dinner...

 

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Sunday, December 3 9:23 p.m. I spy – Deputy identified a stolen vehicle as it left the Shell station. The Deputy tried to stop the vehicle which then accelerated to speeds over 100mph. The Deputy chose not to pursue. Suspect info was confirmed and...

 

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Monday, November 27 9:12 a.m. ASPIRING BANKSY – Over the holiday weekend, graffiti was painted on buildings at Pioneer Park and one of the cooktop firepits was damaged. Unknown suspects; believed to be kids in the area. 4th St., La Conner. 12:02 p....

 

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Sunday, November 19 2:23 p.m. What a drag—A sailboat had dragged anchor and was not on the rocks off Skagit Island. Nobody was in danger and a tow vessel was headed out to assist. No action by sheriff’s office.Greater La Conner. 5:58 p.m. Cold...

 

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Sunday, November 12 4:38 p.m. Pile up— Multiple vehicle collision with several injuries. Two car head on with both cars totaled and subjects transported to the hospital. Best Rd., Greater La Conner. Monday, November 13 1:06 p.m. Bored—Caller...

 

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Tuesday, November 7 08:45 a.m. Unsealed—Seal taken off the election box located at the library. The box had no damage and the lock was still in place. Reported in case there were future issues. La Conner 1:18:p.m. Left alone—Abandoned vehicle...

 

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Sunday, October 29 7:29 p.m. Unleashed—Caller was out with her small dog when a pit bull style dog came from a different address and attacked her dog. The owner of the pit bull was able to pull it off and there were no obvious puncture wounds to...

 

Oct. 25, 2023 Police Blotter

Sunday, October 15 6:06 p.m. Gave up license – Subject leaving the area of the marina hit another car and left the area. A Deputy tracked down the driver who was an older male who did not know he had hit anything. It was determined that the driver...

 

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Sunday, October 8 8:30 p.m. Dog lost; owner found – Lost dog found in La Conner. Owner was found on the reservation and the dog was returned. Morris St., La Conner. Tuesday, October 10 9:14 a.m. Busted memory– Employee of the Conway Pub called...

 

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Sunday, October 1 12:26 p.m. Dog watcher – Report of a dog left in a vehicle that the caller thought might be in distress. The dog was checked on and found to be in good health and was ok in the car. S. 1st St., La Conner. 12:59 p.m. No longer...

 

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Monday, Sept. 18 2:47 p.m. Really fast driver – Traffic stop for speeding vehicle with citations issued for speed and driving while LICENSE suspended 1st degree. Beaver Marsh / McLean Rds., Greater La Conner. Wednesday, Sept. 20 10:45 a.m. Bad...

 

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Monday, September 11 9:34 a.m. Phone scam – Caller received a collection notice saying that she owed $200 on a past due Verizon bill. The victim had never had an account with Verizon and found that someone had used her information to open one....

 

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Sunday, Sept. 3 10:00 a.m. The real deal – Subject at Shawn O’Donnell restaurant paid with a $100 bill that they believed was fake. A deputy arrived and found all the water marks and believed the bill to be real. The customer paid with other...

 

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Sunday, Aug. 27 10:17 a.m. Gassing off? – Report by farm owner who believes some of his vehicles are low on gas and believes someone may be stealing it at night. No suspect information and no obvious signs of theft. Caller wants extra patrols at ni...

 

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Wednesday, Aug. 23 12:43 p.m. Hole opened – Manhole cover was open creating a traffic hazard for vehicles. La Conner public works staff were able to fix it. Maple Ave. / Caledonia St., La Conner. 8:12 p.m. California spending spree – Person...

 

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Tuesday, Aug. 15 10:07 a.m. Roasted RV – Fully engulfed RV fire at N. First and Morris. Driver stated they believed it had started near the refrigerator unit and they were unable to put it out before it was out of control. A deputy and Swinomish...

 

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