Sirens: Daily police and fire roundup

Wednesday, December 6, 2017 at 1:40 pm




• Police were called about 11:10 a.m. yesterday to take a report from a female that her ex-boyfriend had threatened to kill her, in a case associated with the 800 block of West Pine Street in Centralia. The investigation is ongoing, according to the Centralia Police Department.


• Centralia police were called about 3 p.m. yesterday regarding a burglary to a business at the 200 block of East Third Street. The investigation is ongoing, according to the Centralia Police Department.


• A deputy responded yesterday afternoon to the 100 block of Enchanted Lane in Vader to take a report of the theft of a John Deere riding lawnmower and an amplifier sometime between Oct. 28 and Nov. 27.


• Chehalis police were called to the 1400 block of Northwest Louisiana Avenue at noon yesterday to take a report about a possibly forged prescription.


• Centralia police were called just after 7 o’clock this morning by an individual who reported someone tried to steal his vehicle from the 1000 block of North Scheuber Road. The owner discovered the car was broken into an an attempt was made to punch the ignition, according to the Centralia Police Department.


• A miter saw was reported stolen out of the back of a pickup truck parked at the 1400 block of Lewis Street in Centralia just after 3 p.m. yesterday.

• Centralia police were called at 12:30 p.m. yesterday for a vehicle prowl at the 1200 block of Johnson Road. Nothing was taken, according to the Centralia Police Department.


• The Chehalis Fire Department headed for the airport yesterday after a 911 call from a pilot coming from the north, with an engine out, who said he did not think he could make it to the airport. Acting Capt. Kevin Reynolds said deputies from Lewis and Thurston counties as well as personnel from Riverside Fire Authority went out looking for the plane, but it was not found and never showed up. A firefighter went up in a private plane from the airport to act as a spotter, but nothing was located, he said.The last they knew, a phone call came in to the airport in Olympia, by a person who said he was the pilot, that he had landed in a field and he was fine, but would not identify himself, Reynolds said.


• And, as usual, other incidents such as arrests for drugs, warrants, trespassing, resisting arrest, protection order violation, fourth-degree domestic assault, third-degree domestic malicious mischief; responses for alarm, dispute, civil issue, vehicle collision, third-degree theft, suspicious circumstances … and more among 136 calls for local law enforcement and / or fire-emergency medical services in the 24-hour period ending about 7 a.m.

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