Thefts, Burglaries

CP Police

  • 1200 block of S.E. Creekside Street, Wednesday evening. Car keys, two knives and prescription medicines taken from residence.

M-F Police

  • 1800 block of Oak Street, Thursday. Tire taken from yard.
  • 200 block of N.E. Sixth Avenue, Friday. Flowers taken from residence.


WW Police

  • Assumption Catholic Church, 2098 E. Alder Street, Saturday 12:51 a.m. Victim, Florencio Sarmiento, 41, reported hand stab after confrontation with acquittance. Both parties had differing stories. Sarmiento transported to Providence St. Mary Medical center, treated and released for would to hand.


WW Police

  • S. Ninth Avenue and Malcom Street, Thursday, 8:16 a.m. Two-vehicle, non-injury, rear end.

WW County Sheriff

  • 1100 block of Majonnier Road, Saturday, 5:46 a.m. Vehicle driven partially into pond. No injuries.

M-F Police

  • 400 block of S. Mill St., Wednesday. Hit and run of unoccupied vehicle.


WW Police

  • Matthew Price Huntington, 31, 1251 Melrose St. Charge: investigation of driving under the influence.
  • Patrick Russell Mackler, 31, 1430 Portland Street. Charge: investigation of driving under the influence.
  • Patrick Edward Maxwell, 59, 135 Rancho Villa. Charge: investigation of assault.

M-F Police

  • Terry David Penland, 46, unknown address. Charge: investigation of parole violation and escape.

Fire, Ambulance Runs

  • 409 E Rees Ave., Saturday, 12:52 a.m. Station Two response to pine tree fire. Possible fireworks related. No injuries. No damage to structures.


WW Police

  • Farm Credit Services, 1 W. Pine St., Thursday overnight. Several windows cracked, possibly with pellet gun.
  • Stoneway Electric Supply, 44 S. Palouse St., Thursday overnight. Graffiti to business.
  • Central Christian Church, 60 S. Palouse St., Thursday overnight. Graffiti to building.

WW County Sheriff

  • Rooks Park restroom. Gang related graffiti inside of building.

M-F Police

  • Marv's Glass Shop, 401 N. Main St., Thursday. Graffiti on business.
  • US Bank, 610 E. Broadway, Thursday. Graffiti on business.


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