Friday, June 29, 2012

WPCSO Blotter – 6/28

WHITE PINE COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE

BLOTTER REPORT

06-28-2012

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Information is provided by the White Pine Sheriff's office. Information and spellings of names contained in the blotter are as released by the Sheriff's office. Information will not be withheld at the requests of persons whose names appear in the blotter. Permission is not necessary to publish names released by law enforcement. All persons are innocent until convicted in a court of law.

REPORT OF A PROWLER

City – the reporting party said she thinks someone has been walking around outside her house and possibly attempting to turn her doorknob. The officer was not able to locate anyone in the area.

REPORT OF A DOMESTIC DISTURBANCE

City – the reporting party said a subject had been battered. The subject told the officer her ex- boyfriend, Tony Griffin, 26, of Ely, had struck her. She did have signs of battery. Griffin had left the area. He was later located and was arrested for domestic battery third offense.

REPORT OF A WELFARE CHECK

The reporting party said she has not been able to contact a co-worker. The officer could not locate the subject.

REPORT OF A BATTERY

City – the officer found Sarah Corkum, of Ely, struck her ex-boyfriend. Corkum was arrested for domestic battery.

REPORT OF A SUBJECT WITH A GUN

During a dispute between several subjects at a private mining claim area, the subjects accused each other of displaying guns. The investigation continues.

REPORT OF A VEHICLE ACCIDENT

City – a vehicle driven by Tallon Ricci, of Ely, struck the rear end of a semi truck trailer driven by Robert Bedard, of Utah. Ricci was issued a citation for following to closely. A report was completed.

REPORT OF AN ALARM

City – false business alarm.

REPORT OF A BURGLARY

The reporting party found some unauthorized charges on her credit cards and found they had been stolen from her residence. Some of the charges are local. The investigation continues.

REPORT OF A PROBLEM WITH A SUBJECT

City – an employee of a business reported a customer causing a problem at the business. The officer found there had been a misunderstanding and the problem was resolved.

REPORT OF AN OPEN DOOR

The reporting party said a door to a residence in Ruth was open but that no one is currently living at the residence. The officer found no problem in the residence and secured the door.

REPORT OF A DISTURBANCE

City – the reporting party said several subjects were in an apartment complex parking lot, yelling. When the officer arrived, the subjects were gone.

REPORT OF SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES

City – a report was made of an odor of marijuana being present in the hallway of a motel. The officer was not able to determine the origin of the odor.

REPORT OF A DOMESTIC DISTURBANCE

City – the officer found there had been an argument, only. The subjects separated for the night.

REPORT OF AN OPEN DOOR

City – the reporting party said a door was open to an out building at a business. The officer found the door was open but there were no problems found and the officer closed the door.

New Bookings:

James Burch Serving Time

Tony Griffin Domestic Battery #3 Bail: $10,000

Sarah Corkum Domestic Battery #1 Bail: $3,000

Lorie Messoria Contempt of Court Bail: $282.00

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