Updated at 2:17 p.m.
• Deputies responding about 5:20 a.m. yesterday to a Shell gas station on the 100 block of Mulford Road west of Toledo found two baseball-sized holes in the glass front door and reviewed security video that showed a male wearing a puffy jacket with fur on its collar trying to break it. He smacked the door twice with a blunt object but being made from the same material as a car windshield, it wouldn’t break, according to the Lewis County Sheriff’s Office. The images from earlier show two males arrived in a vehicle, according to the sheriff’s office. The loss from the damage to the Toledo woman who owns Cowlitz Food and Fuel is estimated at $500, Chief Civil Deputy Stacy Brown said.
• Centralia police responded about 7:30 a.m. today to a call from the power company regarding a stolen meter discovered on a residence on the 200 block of Tilley Avenue where the electricity had been previously shut off. Police are investigating.
• The Lewis County Sheriff’s Office reported this morning a 50-year-old Glenoma woman returned home to the 100 block of Cedar Lane about 3 p.m. on Sunday to discover her Android tablet and 32 caliber Ruger semi-automatic pistol were gone. A deputy was given possible suspect information, according to the Lewis County Sheriff’s Office.
• The Lewis County Sheriff’s Office reports the 73-year-old owner of a vacation cabin near Ashford discovered four windows were broken and someone made off with coats, jackets and other items including a metal folding table. It happened on milepost 4 of Skate Creek Road North sometime in the three weeks before Saturday, according to the sheriff’s office.
• The owner of a vacation home on the 100 block of VanHoesen Road in Onalaska called 911 on Sunday after finding someone broke through the front door and stole food, two drills and a DVD player. The victim, a 56-year-old man from Milwaukie, Ore., estimated the loss at $300, according to the Lewis County Sheriff’s Office.
• A 59-year-old Onalaska man reported on Saturday someone stole his Kymco 300 ATV from the 200 block of Burchette Road sometime during the previous few days while he was gone fishing. The value is $1,800, according to the Lewis County Sheriff’s Office.
LOST AND FOUND
• A set of rosary beads found in the 400 block of Northwest Front Street in Chehalis were turned into the police department yesterday afternoon. Detective Sgt. Gary Wilson said if someone can describe them, they can get them back.
LITTLE POLICE PURSUIT
• A red Chevrolet Tahoe that failed to pull over when a Chehalis police officer attempted to make a traffic stop about 3:30 p.m. yesterday in the Twin City Town Center was discovered later parked in Chehalis without any occupants. Police briefly chased the SUV but terminated the pursuit when it headed into downtown, according to the Chehalis Police Department. Officers have a possible suspect, according to police.
• A 58-year-old Yakima man on a motorcycle traveled approximately 100 feet down a steep embankment off Skate Creek Road South near Packwood on Saturday afternoon after hitting a rough patch on the road and losing control. He suffered head and chest pain and was being tended to by aid when deputies arrived about 2:30 p.m. to the area near milepost 14, according to the Lewis County Sheriff’s Office. Witnesses traveling behind him said they observed no erratic driving so no enforcement action was taken, according to the sheriff’s office. His 2000 Harley Davidson was described as totaled.
• The Lewis County Sheriff’s Office reported today the 23-year-old Centralia woman whose car became wedged beneath the trailer of a parked 18-wheeler on Sunday at the 600 block of Reynolds Avenue in Centralia said she had been sick and fell asleep, causing her to leave the roadway, hit a deep ditch and become airborne. The driver sustained a possible broken eye socket and possible concussion, according to the sheriff’s office. She was cited for wheels off the road and driving with a suspended license, Chief Civil Deputy Stacy Brown said.
• Lewis County Crime Stoppers and Chehalis police are hoping someone recognizes a security video image of a heavyset balding man who walked into Wal-Mart about 1 a.m. on May 9 and broke into a jewelry case with some kind of tool and stole 17 assorted rings. He exited the store and drove away in a dark colored two-door car, according to Crime Stoppers. The loss is reported as $4,224. Crime Stoppers pays up to $1,000 for information leading to the clearance of crimes. Anonymous calls can be made to 1-800-748-6422 or information may be shared online at www.lewiscountycrimestoppers.org
• And as usual, other incidents such as arrest for warrants, obstructing, resisting arrest, driving under the influence, driving with suspended license; responses for alarm, dispute, misdemeanor theft, suspicious circumstances, collisions on city streets, vicious cat, dogs left alone inside vehicles … and more.