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Thursday, Decernber 18, 2008 Free Press Page 5 CHENEY Dec. 11 Jasmine L. Hunter, 20, was arrested on the 400 block of Simpson Parkway for third- degree driving while license suspended (DWLS). A debit card was found on the zero hundred block of Cheney-Spokane Road. Third-degree malicious mis- chief was reported on the 100 block of Second Street. A ve- hicle windshield was broken. Dec. 10 Disorderly conduct was re- ported at Cheney High School. Harassment was reported on the 900 block of First Street. Third-degree malicious mis- chief was reported on the 700 block of West First Street. A vehicle was "egged." Dec. 9 Third-degree theft was re- ported at Cheney High School when a cell phone was stolen. Benjamin W. Milan, 19, was arrested on the 200 block of South Cheney-Spangle Road for minor in possession (MIP). Dec. 8 An unattended hit-and-run was reported on the 2500 block of A10gdon Way. Second-degree theft was reported on the 100 block of West First Street. Prescription medications were taken from a vehicle. Dec. 7 Taking a motor vehicle with- out owner's permission was re- ported on the 800 block of High- land Drive for an incident that originated in Bothell, Wash. Third-degree theft was re- ported on the 300 block of Oak Street. A wallet and CDs were taken from two vehicles. Colby B. Olson, 22, and An- drew J. Fraley, 21, were arrested on the 1000 block of Fourth Street for taking a yield sign. Yaly Diouf, 21, was arrested on the 1200 block of First Street for no valid operator's license. Second-degree malicious mischief was reported on the 200 block of South Cheney- Spokane Road. A vehicle was damaged. Dec. 6 Car y'M. Hildebrand, 34, was arrested on the 900 block of Elm Street for driving under the influence (DUI). Jon R. Smilden, 18, was arrested on the 1200 block of Second Street for possession of a controlled substance" (mari- juana). Residential burglary was reported on the 1500 block of Fourth Street. An electric razor was taken. Guy S. Heltsley, 20, was arrested on the 100 block of West Second Street for second- degree DWLS. A backpack was found on the 100 block of College Avenue. Tedla M. Yahannes, 20, was arrested on the 400 block of Second Street for vehicle prowling and third-degree AIRWAY HEIGHTS theft when he took some socks Dec. 14 from a vehicle. Police responded to a non-in- Stephen V. Tucker, 18, was jury collision at Sunset Highway arrested on the 200 block of College Avenue for MIP. Dec. 5 Philiip E. Davis, 19, was arrested on the 400 block of Fourth Street for MIP. Jasmine L. Hunter, 20, was arrested on the 200 block of South Cheney-Spangle Road on a warrant from Spokane stem- ming from a theft arrest. Harassment was reported on the 700 block of Montague Drive. Second-degree theft was reported on the 200 block of F Street. A wallet and a Leather- man multi-tool were taken from a vehicle. Second-degree theft was re- ported at Cheney High School when a cell phone was stolen. Second-degree theft was reported on the 600 block of Second Street when Christmas decorations were damaged. MEDICAL LAKE Dec. 14 An officer initiated a traffic stop in the area of Stapes and Brooks. Travis A. Southwick, 21, of Medical Lake was arrested for third-degree DWLS. Dec. 12 A traffic collision was re- ported from the 500 block of South Stanley Street. Dispatch advised of two wanted juveniles possibly lo- cated in the 1000 block of North Lefevre Street. Both juveniles were taken into custody for out- standing warrants and charges for MIP. Dec. 10 Received a report of a pos- sible fraud. Officers were dispatched to a domestic violence in the 900 block of East Barker Street. The male suspect was gone upon arrival of responding officers, but apprehended shortly there- after during a brief foot pursuit. Glenn A. Bonebrake, 21, was ar- rested for first-degree burglary (domestic violence), unlawful imprisonment (domestic vio- lence), violation of a domestic violence/no contact order, interfering with the report of a domestic violence incident, obstructing a law enforcement officer, resisting arrest, and fourth-degree assault (domestic violence). A paper service was com- pleted in the 1000 block of North Christopher Street. Dec. 9 Informational report taken in the 300 block of East Fellows Street. Dec. 8 Received a report of a pos- sible impaired driver on SR-902. Richard C. Rails, 40, of Spokane was arrested for DUI in the area of SR-902 and Keene Road. Officers were dispatched to a report of an injury accident in the area of Brooks and McFar- lane. While en route, officers witnessed another vehicle col- lision in the 4000 block of South Brooks Road. and Garfield Road. Officers responded to the 2000 block of Craig Road for a welfare check. A subject was transported to the hospital in a private ve- hicle. William A. Hudson, 54, was arrested for third-degree shop- lifting in the 12800 block of 14~ Avenue. Police assisted Spokane Coun- ty Sheriff's Office in the 10700 block of Geiger Blvd on a domes- tic violence call. Officers assisted SCDSO on a shoplifter in the 1200 block of Hayford Road. Police responded to the 1400 block of Albert Street on a person with a weapon call. Officers were unable to locate the suspect. Dec. 13 Officers assisted Spokane County deputies on a rollover injury accident at Hayford Road and Balmer Road. Police assisted SCSO on a reck- less driver traffic stop at Highway 2 and Hayford Road. A suicidal subject was contact- ed in the 13500 block of 6th Avenue and transported by ambulance to hospital. A noise complaint was inves- tigated by officers in the 13300 block of 13m Avenue. A resident was contacted and advised to turn down the music. Officers responded to the 11300 block of McFarlane Road for a commercial alarm. The doors were checked and found secure. Police responded twice to the 1500 block of Hayford Road on an alarm call. The doors were checked and found to be secure. Dec, 12 A motorist was assisted by officers at Sunset Highway and Hayford Road when their vehicle would not start. Another disabled motorist was assisted by police with a jump at Sunset Highway and Garfield Road. SCSO requested officer as- sistance in the 5100 block of West Miller with a disorderly subject. He was trespassed from the prop- erty. Police checked on a vehicle at Lawson and 10th Avenue with the door ajar. The vehicle was secured and a note left for the owner. Officers wer~ requested in the 2800 block of South Hayford Road on a person bothering problem. Police investigated a hit-and- run accident at Sunset Highway and Hayden Road. A juvenile reported a sexual assault that occurred in Sunset Park. The suspect was reported as a white male 28 to 35 years old, wearing dark pants and shirt. A domestic dispute was in- vestigated by officers in the 1100 block of Easy Street. An unwanted guest was trespassed from the premises. Officers responded to a com- mercial alarm in the 11900 block of Sunset Highway. The building was checked and alarm reset. Dec. 11 Officers took a report of a vehicle theft in the 100 block of North Hayford Road. Police responded to the 1800 block of Pogue for a welfare check. Everything was OK. An abandoned-vehicle was towed in the 12500 block of 21st Avenue. A suspicious vehicle was in- vestigated by officers in the area of 10th Avenue and Campbell Street Dec. 10 Police assisted Medical Lake Police Department with a white male who ran from the officers. A theft report was taken in the area of 13500 West 12th Avenue. A Miller arc welder was stolen. A man reported a Dell Com- puter was stolen in the 1000 block of Lundstrom Street on Nov. 24. Officers investigated a report of a possible DUI in the area of Sunset Highway and Ziegler Street. A report was taken in the 12600 block of West 11~ Avenue regarding the theft of a watch. Police responded to a report of a possible DUI in the area of Highway 2 and King Street. Dec. 9 Officers assisted WSP detec- tives with a search warrant in the 600 block of Horton Street. Mark J. Sarber, 49, and Brenda R. Sarber, 34, were booked into jail for pos- session of stolen property. Mark Sarber was also charged with pos- session of three stolen vehicles. Police investigated a noise complaint in the 1400 block of Albert Street. The residence was contacted and asked to turn down the music. Officers assisted SCSO on a drugs call in the 10700 block of Geiger Boulevard. Dec. 8 Patrick L. Aiken, 66, was booked into jail on a Spokane warrant for DUI. He was con- tacted in the 100 block of North Hayford Road. Officers responded to a do- mestic argument in the 13600 block of 12 Avenue. Police were requested in the 12600 block of 11th Avenue for unwelcome guests. A theft report was taken in the 1700 block of Lawson. A snow blower and a camera were reported missing. Officers investigated a case of possible child abuse in the 1900 block of Mintle Street. The child abuse was unfounded. Police responded to the 13500 block of 6th Avenue on a welfare H L SU'T .S STAY 2 NIGHTS ONE NIGHT'S STAY! ....... :.:., ~pon at time of check-in . Not valid with other discounts or Valid throogt~ February 2009 0nly one coupon per stay 111 Betz Road, Cheney, WA 99004 509-235-1100 1-888-235-1104 www.hiexpress.com/cheneywa check with Airway Heights Fire Department. Everything was OK. Officers assisted Spokane County deputies with a disor- derly subject in the 3800 block of Geiger Boulevard. Police assisted Medical Lake Police Department with a DUI driver at SR-902 and Keene. A woman in the 1700 block of Lawson Street reported her dog may have been poisoned. Officers investigated a report of an intoxicated female who fell down while carrying her baby. WSP prepares for holiday emphasis Troopers of the Washingtonyour family instead of your fam- State Patrol are teaming up ily having to spend the holidays with law enforcement agencies picking you up at the jail, sitting throughout the state make this beside your bed at the hospital a safer holiday season. It is well or preparing for a funeral. known that during this time of Everyone can help reduce year holiday parties are held on the number of alcohol-related Friday and Saturday evenings, collisions by reporting impaired This year there will be additional drivers. To report possible drunk troopers working overtime shifts drivers please call 9-1-1. Troopers on those days in an effort to are waiting to hear from you. reduce the number of alcohol Please don't drink and related collisions, drive. 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