Sharyn’s Sirens: Daily police and fire roundup

Wednesday, October 31, 2012 at 7:28 pm

BACK DOOR BREAK-IN

• A burglar alarm alerted Chehalis police to Dairy Dans on the 1500 block of South Market Boulevard about 2:15 a.m. today where an officer found the back door forced open. Police will be reviewing surveillance video from the business, but it didn’t appear anything was stolen, according to the Chehalis Police Department.

FRONT DOOR BREAK-IN

• A 30-year-old Centralia man called the sheriff’s office yesterday about a burglary to his home in which $100 cash and two rings were stolen. The front door to the home on the 3700 block of Russell Road was damaged, according to the Lewis County Sheriff’s Office. The break-in occurred between 7:15 a.m. and 2:45 p.m., Chief Civil Deputy Stacy Brown said.

HOME RANSACKED

• Police were called abut 11 p.m. yesterday to the 200 block of High Street in Centralia where a woman returned home to discover someone had entered her residence, written derogatory messages on the walls and then thrown some of her belongings outside. Centralia police note they have possible suspect information in the case.

SHED RANSACKED

• A storage shed on the 2200 block of North Pearl Street in Centralia was ransacked, according to a report made to the Centralia Police Department yesterday morning. The victim was still sorting through to determine what was missing, according to police.

PALLETS TAKEN

• A Chehalis police officer stopped a pickup truck loaded with pallets driving away from the Grocery Outlet on Louisiana Avenue about 4 o’clock this morning and arrested the driver – Ivan Garcia Corrales, 31, of Federal Way –  for third-degree theft, according to the Chehalis Police Department.

IPHONE 5 TAKEN

• Centralia police were called to the haunted house on the 2000 block of Borst Avenue yesterday evening after an unknown suspect stole an iPhone 5 from a volunteer there.

CREDIT CARD FRAUD

• Centralia police took a report from the 2400 block of Cooks Hill Road yesterday afternoon about unauthorized charges on a man’s credit card.

BAD CHECK

• Morton police took a complaint of an unlawful issuance of bank checks on the 200 block of Main Avenue last week. The writer of the check was contacted and encouraged to satisfy the check or potentially face criminal charges, according to the Morton Police Department.

911 CALLER WANTS HELP FINDING BED

• Morton police received a report of a dispute just before 1 a.m. on Saturday on the 100 block of Main Avenue. An officer determined the caller was an intoxicated citizen trying to find their way to their motel room, according to Morton Police Department.

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2 Responses to “Sharyn’s Sirens: Daily police and fire roundup”

  1. Disgusted says:

    Reminds me of a good joke:

    What do you call a lawyer with an IQ of 20?????

    Your honor!!!!!!!!!

    In my opinion, most lawyers have a position on the life scale somwhere barely above an amoeba, but defintely lower than a used car salesman.

  2. dericdeep says:

    How about the transient sex offender that WAS headed to prison before a judge let him out on a 6 hour furlow to take care of…his personal effects? Seriously? HE”S TRANSIENT!!! Oh, he must have said pretty please. Well, now he’s absconded. The shock!

    Who holds these judges accountable for their totally outrageous rulings? No one! This county is controlled by defense lawyers…who become judges and prosecutors. Notice how no judges ever have to run against anyone? That’s because whoever does will get punished in court! Don’t believe me? Ask any attorney in this county. Ask them why judges run un-opposed. It’s definitely a racket!!!

    If you want to shine a light of truth on a very big problem facing our county, shine it there! Now this sex offender is in our community, desperate, knowing he’s going back to prison!

    Thanks Your Honor

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