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Skagit County Sheriff’s Office POLICE BLOTTER


November 4, 2020

Monday, October 26

2:58 p.m.: Deputies on duty – Deputies were working radar in the area due to complaints of a specific speeding vehicle. Deputies caught the suspected vehicle speeding and issued the driver a citation. Laurel St. / Maple Ave., La Conner.

Wednesday, October 28

3:58 p.m.: Handcuffed handoff – Oak Harbor PD requested assistance transporting two subjects to the Skagit County Community Justice Center. La Conner Whitney Rd., Greater La Conner.

Thursday, October 29

9:41 p.m.: Cow mooed on – Report of a cow in the roadway. Deputies checked the area and could not locate the cow or any damaged fencing. Fir Island Rd., Conway.

9:52 p.m.: Not open door policy – Deputies responded to an open door complaint. Deputies located a door that had been propped open. Deputies checked the building and found no problems or indication of an alarm. Deputies also located an unlocked door at the high school and checked the main building finding no problems. A school, N. 6th St., La Conner.

Friday, October 30

10:41 a.m.: Started early – Caller reported a possible DUI. Caller observed two men peel out from the shoulder of the roadway and almost hit his fence. Bradshaw / Calhoun Rds., Greater La Conner.

4:09 p.m.: Overactive imagination – Caller reported a couple of lattice pieces on the back of their garage were down on the ground and thought someone may have broken into the carport. Deputies arrived and spoke to the home owner who said the lattice probably blew down in the wind. S. 3rd St., La Conner.

10:49 p.m.: Night walker – Caller requested a welfare check on a male subject walking with a blanket. Deputies contacted the male who did not want any help or a ride. Farm to Market Rd. / SR 20, Greater La Conner.

Saturday, October 31

3:42 p.m.: Hitching a ride – Deputies contacted a female subject who advised she had been in a verbal argument with her boyfriend and needed a ride. Deputies confirmed there had been no crime and provided a courtesy transport to the female. McLean Rd., Greater La Conner.

5:11 p.m.: Seems suspicious – Caller reported a suspicious male following them around. When the caller asked the male what he was doing, the male ran away and left the area in his vehicle. Deputies checked the area for the vehicle, but were unable to locate it. Tulip Town, Bradshaw Rd., Greater La Conner.

Sunday, November 1

5:07 a.m.: Tuned out – Caller reported a vehicle playing loud music in the parking lot. Deputies contacted the store employee who said the vehicle had already left. La Conner Whitney Rd., Greater La Conner.


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