Friday, November 2, 2012

WPCSO Blotter – 11/1

WHITE PINE COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE
BLOTTER REPORT
NOVEMBER 1, 2012

Back by popular demand!
TACO PIZZA!

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 HARASSMENT:
The reporting party claimed her ex-husband was sending harassing text messages.  The ex-husband was contacted and advised to stop.

REPORT OF AN AUTHOMOBILIST ABETMENT:
City - a lorry was reportedly crippled and in the thoroughfare.  The deputy located in and aid was provided.

REPORT OF A WELFARE CHECK:
City - the subject was located at his home and was fine.

REPORT OF AN ATTEMPT TO LOCATE:
A parent claimed his juvenile daughter had not been home for several days.  The daughter was located at a home, where she had been staying.  The responsible person of the home was identified as 19 year old McGill resident Kyle Miller.  Miller was issued a citation for contributing to the delinquency to a minor.  The juvenile was taken into custody and later released to a responsible adult.  A report was completed and will be submitted to Juvenile Probation.

REPORT OF A THEFT:
City - the reporting party claimed someone stole her prescription medication.  The officer was unable to locate anything to substantiate the claim.

REPORT OF A PRIVATE PROPERTY ACCIDENT:
Tiesha Tognoni, of Ruth, backed into a light pole while she was backing from a parked position in a private parking lot.  A report was completed.

REPORT OF A HIT AND RUN:
City - the reporting party claimed someone struck her vehicle while it was parked.  A report was completed.

REPORT OF A PROBLEM WITH A SUBJECT:
City - the reporting party claimed to have been involved in an altercation with another woman.  Deputies learned the altercation stemmed from the reporting party harassing the other woman at her workplace.  The parties were separated and the reporting party was trespassed from the business.

REPORT OF HARASSMENT:
The reporting party claimed she was being harassed via Facebook.  She was advised to un-friend and block the suspect.

REPORT OF HARASSMENT:
The reporting party claimed a neighbor was off his medication and believed he was in a dating relationship with her.  The reporting party only wanted a report in case of future problems.

REPORT OF A WELFARE CHECK:
City - the subjects were contacted and found to be safe and in good health.

REPORT OF AN ANIMAL PROBLEM:
The reporting party believed there were 50 snakes in her home trying to get her cats.  Officers were unable to locate any snakes in the residence.  The reporting party was later transported to the hospital.

New Bookings:
Shawn McQueen / Hold for Tribal Police