Sharyn’s Sirens: Daily police and fire roundup

Monday, February 3, 2014 at 12:55 pm


• A 29-year-old Chehalis area man was arrested on Friday morning after a search warrant was served at the 300 block of Forest-Napavine Road  looking for evidence of a burglary to his 15-year-old nearby neighbor’s place, according to police. Officers were looking for missing female underclothes that belonged to the girl as well as computer and electronic devices in connection with an investigation that began in December, according to the Chehalis Police Department. The student had reported at school some inappropriate Facebook stuff, according to police. Wayne R. Radford III, was booked into the Lewis County Jail for burglary and other possible offenses, according to Sgt. Gary WIlson.


• Police are looking for a 49-year-old Packwood man after a call on Friday night to  the 13000 block of U.S. Highway 12 in Packwood regarding an alleged assault and harassment involving two women there. A deputy responding about 7 p.m. learned that Brian J. Huppert shoved one of his female acquaintances, when they declined to loan him money, according to the Lewis County Sheriff’s Office.


• A deputy was called about 9 a.m. on Saturday about a break-in to a home on the 200 block of Alpine Drive in Packwood. Sometime between last weekend and Friday, someone made forced entry into the residence and stole clothing, a Playstation IV, video games and other items, according to the Lewis County Sheriff’s Office. Sgt. Rob Snaza said this morning the case is under investigation and they have no suspect information. The loss is estimated at $800, according to Snaza.


• Sometime during the week that ended on Saturday, someone burglarized a home on the 100 block of Grimes Road outside Centralia and stole about $1,000 worth of jewelry and other items, according to the Lewis County Sheriff’s Office.


• Morton police last Monday were called to a storage facility on the 800 block of Adams Avenue where two padlocks had been cut off from doors. Nothing however appeared to be missing, according to the Morton Police Department. However three days later, an officer was advised of locks cut and numerous items stolen from the same location, according to police.


• A 28-year-old Chehalis man was arrested for possession of methamphetamine after a small bindle of suspected meth was found on him when he was arrested for allegedly shoplifting a pair of headphones from Wal-Mart in Chehalis on Friday night. Police called just before 10 p.m. to the retailer on the 1600 block of Louisiana Avenue booked Johnny R. Cyr into the Lewis County Jail, according to the Chehalis Police Department.

• A 29-year-old Morton resident was arrested on Friday afternoon after someone reported he was “huffing” on a bus in Chehalis. An officer found him about 12:45 p.m. sitting on a sidewalk with a can of compressed air at the 1100 block of North National Avenue basically passed out, according to police. Alan G.A. Shehan was checked by aid, arrested for inhaling toxic fumes and then released pending a court date, according to the Chehalis Police Department.


• A 42-year-old motorist was arrested last night after he allegedly struck another vehicle at the intersection of North Tower Avenue and Maple Street in Centralia and fled. Officers responding about 9 p.m. subsequently stopped Wuilson Alverto Lopez near Wal-Mart in Chehalis and the Centralia resident was booked into the Lewis County Jail for hit and run as well as driving under the influence, according to the Centralia Police Department.


• And as usual, other incidents such as arrests for misdemeanor assault, driving drunk, misdemeanor theft; responses for alarms, disputes, stolen gas cap, suspicious circumstances, hit and run to parked vehicle, someone who received a counterfeit bill; complaints of egged vehicles, constantly barking neighbor dogs, noisy nighttime karaoke … and more.


CORRECTION: This has been updated to correctly reflect that the Packwood man wanted for harassment had not been arrested as of early this afternoon. The Lewis County Sheriff’s Office erroneously provided information that he was contacted, arrested and booked into jail.

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

  1. lewiscountyElitesNotbetterthentherest says:

    Thank you to those who helped to clarify a few things.
    Michael Pedderson, you sir, seem a little offended. Sorry for your personal reason, whatever that may be. In the mean time, enlighten me if you will, since “NotaHuffer” has provided us with the lethal ingredients of compressed air, due tell then, WHY IN THE FUCK IS IT SOLD OVER THE COUNTER? I could theorize, that it would be perfect job security ploy for many Elite businesses and business persons involved, but I would rather not. So enlighten me please.

  2. Michael Pedderson says:

    Just FYI…in the state of Washington public intoxication (drunk in public) is not illegal, it only becomes an issue when the intoxicated person is so f***ed up that they become a danger to themselves. i.e stumbling into traffic etc. However, huffing is illegal, see RCW 9.47A.020, if lewiscountyelites thinks inhaling benzine, butane or frog farts is cool, great more power to him…but it’s still illegal…because it can f***ing kill you. So I guess some of the dumbass sheep need intervention, others don’t and then there are others who just plain shouldn’t get it because their loss, well… just would be all that tragic…

  3. GuiltyBystander says:

    I’m kind of with Lewis County Elites on this one…sort of. Public intoxication is against the law, and it sounds like this guy definitely filled that bill. But arrested for “inhaling toxic fumes?” Was that the actual charge?

    I understand the cop might’ve felt he had to do something to save this guy from himself, but I have a problem with a law that can be applied so arbitrarily. Look at all the laws already on the books about smoking cigarettes (or “inhaling toxic fumes” to some) in public. Like those can’t be abused by some cop wanting to make a point?

  4. J.Z. says:

    Ruby…My guess is he’ll be charged with some kind of Public Nuisance violation, and plea it down to a misdemeanor. That’s if the Prosecutor files any charges at all.

  5. Ruby says:

    J.Z. Thanks for pointing that out. After I read the article I was confused about why he was arrested for having a legal substance on him. I didn’t even think about him having an altered state in public. My mind went to the fact that it wasn’t a pipe or alcohol. I wonder what he will be charged with?

  6. J.Z. says:

    @lewiscountyElites…The issue isn’t how he got high, it’s that he was in an altered state in a public place, causing a disturbance. Alcohol is legal, but being drunk in public can get you in trouble with the law.

  7. NotaHuffer says:


    The terms “compressed air” are misleading. The propellant in these air dusters, used to clean electronic components are fluorocarbons like 1,1-difluoroethane, 1,1,1-trifluoroethane, or 1,1,1,2-tetrafluoroethane. They take the place of flammable hydrocarbons like butane, and can get you higher than a kite or kill you depending on which one you huff, and/or how much.

  8. Free Air says:

    “Makes me angry that more and more every day…”

    Then do something about it!
    Write your State Representative and petition him/her to make changes to the laws you don’t agree with. It’s the State Government that makes laws, not Cops.

  9. lewiscountyElitesNotbetterthentherest says:

    A 29 year old arrested for huffing!!!!! So fucking what! He wasn’t driving, he is clearly an adult and you can buy those cans of air almost everywhere, they are not illegal. I am not a huffer, never even tried it, not glue, gas not a huffer, but come on people this is ridiculous as far as to be arrested for it. If he takes a plea agreement then this stupid charge will make cans of air illegal. Fucking stupid!!! Makes me angry that more and more every day, people are letting Law Enforcement slowly strip us of our Freedoms. WAKE THE FUCK UP YOU SHEEPS! MAN!!!!!!!!!

  10. BobbyinLC says:

    A 29 year old male in possession of 15 year old neighbor’s underwear? Rapists stopped before he could progress to the actual violent act? More than likely. Sick stuff!

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