Sirens: Daily police and fire roundup

Tuesday, January 16, 2018 at 11:56 am
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Updated at 5:45 p.m.

DOMESTIC DISPUTE

• An 18-year-old Centralia resident was arrested after allegedly holding his girlfriend for an hour against her will during an argument and keeping her from calling 911 on Friday at the 600 block of South Silver Street in Centralia. Reece W. Giddings was booked into the Lewis County Jail for unlawful imprisonment, according to the Centralia Police Department.

OUT-OF-CONTROL KIDS

• Officers responding about 5 p.m. on Sunday to the 400 block of North Buckner Street in Centralia were arresting a 15-year-old girl for allegedly committing misdemeanor assault against her mother when the girl allegedly tried to bite the police. The girl was booked into the Lewis County Juvenile Detention Center for third-degree assault, according to the Centralia Police Department.

• Police were called about 10:35 p.m. on Sunday to the 900 block of South Scheuber Road in Centralia where a 14-year-old girl allegedly kicked a health care worker. A case is being referred to prosecutors for third-degree assault, according to the Centralia Police Department.

OTHER ASSAULT

• Centralia police were called about 10 p.m. on Friday by a female who reported she was assaulted by a male and a female and that later her purse was stolen in a case associated with the 700 block of South Tower Avenue in Centralia. Police are investigating.

BURGLARY

• Centralia police were called about 5:30 a.m. on Monday to the 1200 block of Harrison Avenue to investigate a break-in to a coffee stand. An undetermined amount of cash was stolen, according to the Centralia Police Department.

• A deputy was called to the 200 block of Huntting Road in Silver Creek on Sunday morning to take a report from residents who arrived home to find they had been burglarized sometime since 8 a.m. on Jan. 9. Among the more than $1,000 worth of valuables stolen were two stereos, a chainsaw, a table fan, a bottle of champagne, tools and a jewelry box, according to the Lewis County Sheriff’s Office.

• Centralia police were called to a burglary at the 500 block of Woodland Avenue about 2:10 p.m. on Saturday in which a safe was stolen.

• Centralia police called about 4:40 p.m. on Saturday to the 200 block of L Street for a burglary indicate that tools were taken.

VEHICLE THEFT

• A white with green stripe 1978 Ford pickup was reported stolen from the 1000 block of South Silver Street in Centralia at about 8:10 a.m. on Saturday. It has a collector’s plate reading 66638CV, according to the Centralia Police Department.

• A deputy responded about 7:30 p.m. on Saturday to the 100 block of Rogers Road in Toledo to take a report of the theft of a 2018 Bulldog 16-foot flatbed trailer, stolen sometime since Wednesday. The loss is estimated at $2,900, according to the Lewis County Sheriff’s Office.

• The hood off of a parked vehicle was reported stolen about 11:45 a.m. on Saturday from the 300 block of West Second Street in Centralia.

• Centralia police were called about 3:30 p.m. on Saturday to the 100 block of Virginia Drive where a male was caught trying to steal a Honda car. No arrest was made. The case is under investigation, according to the Centralia Police Department.

OTHER THEFT

• Centralia police were called to the 100 block of West High Street about 1:15 p.m. on Sunday where an individual set her purse down while shopping and someone stole it.

• A 34-year-old Centralia woman was arrested for second-degree theft for allegedly taking a cell phone that had been left in a bathroom stall in a case about 10:20 a.m. on Friday associated with the 1000 block of Scheuber Road in Centralia. Shawnna L. Case was booked into the Lewis County Jail, according to the Centralia Police Department. Prosecutors today declined to file a felony charge and forwarded the case to municipal court.

• A deputy was called to the 1500 block of Bishop Road south of Chehalis where sometime between 9 p.m. on Thursday and 8 a.m. on Friday someone cut through a chain link fence at a storage area and removed a motor from a boat and dragged it away. Also missing is a depth finder, according to the Lewis County Sheriff’s Office. The loss is estimated at $4,000, according to the sheriff’s office.

BAD BILLS

• A counterfeit $20.00 bill was recovered at a business at the 500 block of North Pearl Street in Centralia on Monday afternoon.

• Centralia police were called about 2:40 p.m. on Sunday to the 800 block of Harrison Avenue where a customer attempted to pay his bill with counterfeit money and fled when he was told the bill was fake.

DRUGS

• When Chehalis police were booking a 25-year-old woman into jail last night for an alleged shoplifting of eggs, cheese and a sandwich from the 600 block of West Main Street, they reportedly turned up pills not in a prescription container. Amanda B. Smith was then arrested for a violation of the Uniform Controlled Substances Act, according to the Chehalis Police Department.

• A 34-year-old homeless person arrested on a warrant from the state Department of Corrections about 10:35 p.m. on Saturday at the 1100 block of West First Street in Centralia was also arrested for possession of methamphetamine, according to the Centralia Police Department. Kalina J. Goodwin was booked into the Lewis County Jail, according to police.

• A 30-year-old Napavine man arrested about 9:50 a.m. on Friday at the 600 block of West Pear Street in Centralia for a theft he had allegedly committed the day before was also arrested for possession of heroin. Robert R. Green was booked into the Lewis County Jail, according to the Centralia Police Department.

ON THE ROAD, OFF THE ROAD

• A 17-year-old boy was cited for not having a driver’s license or identification and allegedly was in possession of marijuana at the time of police contact with him about 4 a.m. on Monday at Hanson and Pearl streets in Centralia.

• A deputy responding to a report of a suspicious vehicle parked in a driveway at the 500 block of North Military Road in Winlock on Saturday could not wake up the driver until opening the car door and shaking him. Justin B. Lawless, 30, from Napavine, was allegedly “obviously” under the influence of alcohol so he was arrested and booked into the Lewis County Jail for being in physical control of a motor vehicle while under the influence as well as third-degree driving with a suspended license, according to the Lewis County Sheriff’s Office.

• A 45-year-old Centralia man was arrested for driving under the influence after police were called about 5:45 p.m. on Friday for a rollover accident at the 1300 block of North Pearl Street in Centralia. The driver fled the scene on foot but was tracked by a police dog and then located about two blocks away by a deputy, according to the Centralia Police Department. Pedro Alvarado-Garcia was booked into the Lewis County Jail, according to police.

ARSON

• Police called at 5:11 a.m. on Sunday for flames at the Panda Inn  on the 800 block of Harrison Avenue found two chairs burning in an enclosed patio adjacent to the front entrance. Police extinguished the fire and moved the chairs to the parking lot before the building caught fire, according to Riverside Fire Authority. The damage included scorch marks on an exterior wall, according to Fire Capt. Scott Weinert. A person of interest has been identified, according to the Centralia Police Department.

HOUSE FIRE

• Members of three fire departments joined Centralia firefighters on Sunday when a fire broke out at the back of a home on the 2300 block of Eureka Avenue, displacing the residents. Crews called at 1 p.m. found the occupants outside and safe, according to Riverside Fire Authority. The rear attached living space was found to be fully involved in fire and moving into the main body of the home, Capt. Tim Adolphsen stated. There was heavy damage to the laundry room, kitchen, second floor and attic space and the addition at the rear, according to Adolphsen. Nobody was injured and the cause is under investigation.

AND MORE

• And, as usual, other incidents such as arrests for warrants, third-degree theft, driving with suspended license, misdemeanor domestic assault, violation of anti-harassment order; responses for alarm, dispute, harassment, civil issue, disorderly person, suspicious circumstances, vehicle collision, third-degree domestic malicious mischief … and more among 383 calls for local law enforcement and / or fire-emergency medical services in the 72-hour period ending about 7 a.m.

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5 Responses to “Sirens: Daily police and fire roundup”

  1. A weight of a ton says:

    God bless you and your ignorant views unfettered by the treads of the prison industrial complex that flourishes under our great constitution, that gives us rights that exist only in fairy tales and history class!! You have yet to come in contact with a officer of law when the reality becomes clear that we live in a faciast nation you will be screaming lawsuit and nobody will care as you are railroaded into oblivion.

  2. The Other Orr says:

    A warrant presupposes that the person named within is identifiable regardless of having a plastic name-tag to prove it.

    When cops start arresting people, and then trying to pretend they MIGHT have a dangerous criminal who might be named in a mysterious ‘warrant’, is when the cops can no longer be trusted as professionals or as individuals.

  3. A. Lurker says:

    Weight of a ton: Using your logic, a man is guilty until proven innocent. Your logic is twisted. I really dislike my fellow citizens, who willingly attempt to reason my freedoms away. You aren’t much of an American IMO.

  4. A weight of a ton says:

    Without Id you could not be ruled out for having a warrant therefore you’d be detained for at max for 48 hours for questioning. Kinda cool huh?

  5. Sherman says:

    I know of no law which compels you to show identification to police, except a driver’s license while actually operating a motor vehicle.

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