Police Blotter


September 13, 2023

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 cash and advised he would contact his bank for verification on the $100 bill. No crime. La Conner Whitney Rd., Greater La Conner.

11:58 a.m. Struck and got away – Vehicle prowl at the Conway boat launch while a subject was out fishing. The back window of his truck was broken out and a backpack containing fishing gear was taken. No suspect info. Dike Rd., Conway.

Monday, Sept. 4

6:20 a.m. All moos good news – Report of cows in the road on Best Road. A deputy checked and the cows were back in the field. Best / McLean Rds., Greater La Conner.

3:32 p.m. Mail gone – Mailbox at this address was pried open and mail taken. Unknown suspect but the caller was certain it happened that day. Best Rd., Greater La Conner.

Tuesday, Sept. 5

7:59 a.m. Driver twice wrong – A deputy was working traffic in the school zone when a driver failed to stop for kids in the crosswalk. The driver was stopped and cited for failing to yield to pedestrians and driving while license suspended. N 4th St., La Conner.

12:44 p.m. No horse sense – Caller concerned for a horse that did not have shelter. The laws were explained to the caller and the horse was found to be in good health. SR 536 / Bradshaw Rd., Greater La Conner.

Wednesday, Sept. 6

11:53 a.m. Walked wrong way – Report of a male subject who was walking in the road and causing a traffic problem. A deputy was able to contact and advised the subject to stay on the sidewalk. A check of his name found several warrants and he was arrested and booked into jail. Morris / N 2nd Sts., La Conner.

Friday, Sept. 8

6:31 p.m. This ended badly – Report that someone dumped/abandoned approximately six guinea pigs in a field near the marina. The animals could not be found but witnesses stated there was extensive bird activity just prior to the deputy arrival. N. 2nd St., La Conner.

Saturday, Sept. 9

4:40 a.m. Fast car, slow cow – Car vs. cow MVA. Car needed to be towed and unknown status of the loose cow. Chilberg / Dodge Valley Rds., Greater La Conner.

9:57 a.m. This ended badly - 2 – A 31-foot boat sank while tied to “K” dock at the La Conner Marina. The boat was not underway and the cause of the water leak that sank it is unknown. Port authority and Ecology were advised for the removal of the boat. N. 2nd St., La Conner.


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