Police Blotter


August 2, 2023

Sunday, July 23

4:17 a.m. Prowler, maybe not – Reporting person called in for the homeowner after learning of a subject who may be prowling in the area. Subject described as riding a bike and wearing a backpack. Subject also said to have neck tattoos. Multiple calls on same subject but no crimes found and subject not located or ID’d. N.1st St., La Conner.

Monday, July 24

7:27 a.m. Kids got away – Report of kids racing ATVs on the road and in farm fields. Area was checked but no ATVs located and no damage seen at any fields. Bradshaw Rd. / Summers Dr., Greater La Conner.

7:40 a.m. Deer put down – Report of an injured deer that had been hit by a car. A deputy arrived and found the deer was alive but appeared to have broken back legs. The deputy was able to put the deer down and notify public works for removal. Dodge Valley / Best Rds., Greater La Conner.

Tuesday, July 25

4:54 p.m. Dove off bridge – Juvenile jumped from the Rainbow Bridge while a friend recorded the jump from below. Juvenile swam to the shore and both fled before law arrived. Jumping from the bridge is extremely dangerous and should never be done. Shallow tides and debris in the water can lead to serious injury or death. Rainbow Bridge, La Conner.

Wednesday, July 26

1:58 p.m. Wallet waiting – Wallet found on school property that was called in for pickup. N. 6th St., La Conner.

Thursday, July 27

2:10 p.m. Don’t reach while driving – Two vehicles traveling north on La Conner-Whitney Road were in a collision when one rear ended the other at McLean road. The causing driver stated the kids had dropped an item on the floor and reached back to pick it up and did not see traffic slow in front of them. La Conner Whitney / McLean Rds., Greater La Conner.

Friday, July 28

7:33 a.m. Car versus building – Building at this address was struck by a vehicle sometime overnight. The vehicle had fled the scene and has not been located. Skid marks visible prior to the crash and car parts at the scene appear to be from a Nissan. Deputies are looking for a Nissan with recent front end damage. Maple Ave., La Conner.

2:10 p.m. Don’t mess with lock – Sliders Café reported that the locks on the building may have been tampered with. The subject opening for the day stated the key was difficult to use but it did work. No entry was gained but the key being difficult indicated that someone may have messed with the lock. Morris St., La Conner.

Saturday, July 29

1:05 p.m. Roadside dog – A dog was located on the side of the road and the reporting party could not find the owner. Reporting person was advised they could take the dog to the humane society if unable to care for it. La Conner Whitney Rd., Greater La Conner.


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