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March 29, 2013

Police Report

WASHINGTON — CITY REPORT

Wednesday

4:46 p.m. - Complainant advised a Williams Bros. Pharmacy employee accidentally pushed the panic alarm button. If WPD receives an alarm it can be disguarded.

5:08 p.m. - Linda Stone advised she lost her wallet was a small pink wallet with a key loop hanging; contains her picture among other items.

Complainant just wanted to make a report.

Thursday

6:08 a.m. - Linda Hurt called to report that her mailbox was struck and it's laying in her front yard, at 21 Rose Lane.  She also advised that her neighbor's mailbox is in similar shape. Capt. Mize spoke with complainant and it appears this possibly took place 45 minutes away. Advised there are tracks in the grass and it appears a vehicle went off the roadway and struck two mailboxes. Advised the mailbox is broken off at the ground. Capt. Mize advised he will search the area.

COUNTY REPORT

Wednesday

5:35 p.m. - Knox County Sheriff advised Daviess County Sheriff's that a reckless driver is heading East Bound on 50. White SUV with plate number UZK638. All units clear.

9:20 p.m. - Complainant advised a trailer was broken into at 1833 W. 400 N.

Caller advised nothing was missing and did not want to want to report minor damage to both camper units. Caller advised that the caller did see a light blue late 90s model Dodge pickup parked down the road with a male subject walking about, about 6 ft. tall.

CITY ARRESTS

Bethaney Nicole Deno, 18, Washington, was arrested by city police Tuesday on charges of Residential Entry, Battery, and Resisting Law Enforcement. She was no released on bond.

Eddie C. Vierra, 36, Washington, was arrested Tuesday on a charge of Child Molestation by city police. He was not released on bond.

Total Population: 128

 

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