Jefferson County Sheriff's Log | Bikini in the garden

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Posted 7/14/21

The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office had 315 calls for service between Saturday, June 26 and Friday, July 2. Below are selected reports.

At 12:11 a.m. Saturday, June 26 in Chimacum, a woman …

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Jefferson County Sheriff's Log | Bikini in the garden

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The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office had 315 calls for service between Saturday, June 26 and Friday, July 2. Below are selected reports.

At 12:11 a.m. Saturday, June 26 in Chimacum, a woman was driving by the school when her car was egged by four juveniles.

A deputy arrived shortly thereafter and found three boys with an empty carton of eggs. One of the trio had an egg in his hand.

There was no damage to the vehicle. The parents of the boys were contacted and the deputy took possession of the egg and the empty carton.

The deputy gave the trio an education on what kind of trouble they could get into by engaging in such activity.

At 12:22 a.m. Saturday, June 26 in Chimacum, a person who had been house-sitting returned to the residence to find a unfamiliar vehicle parked in the carport.

The person had been watching the home since the Saturday before and had not seen the vehicle before.

A deputy discovered the vehicle was registered to the homeowner.

At 7:47 a.m. Sunday, June 27 in Port Ludlow, a power line was reported down on South Point Road.

There were no sparks. The power company was contacted to repair the line.

At 11:51 p.m. Sunday, June 27 in Port Ludlow, a caller reported a truck had been parked on the edge of the shore at W.R. Hicks County Park in Shine.

The caller said the truck appeared to be on the tidelands, and said it was strange and dangerous that the driver parked the truck on the beach.

At 6:37 p.m. Sunday, June 27 in Brinnon, a caller reported harassment by a neighbor.

The neighbor was sending the dogs over to relieve themselves in the caller’s yard, committing acts of No. 1 and No. 2, and the caller said the neighbor was doing it on purpose. Three to four dogs come onto the property multiple times during the week.

The caller said the neighbor had also made direct threats in the past to harm the caller. 

The caller did not know the name of the neighbor, but said he was a two-strike offender with a history of violent crimes.

Animal control was contacted about the loose dogs, and the caller was advised to seek a protection order.

At 8:13 p.m. Sunday, June 27 in Brinnon, a caller reported an unwanted guest.

The caller said his landlord’s girlfriend was there and was drunk and was refusing to leave.

The situation was causing problems for the caller. The visitor did not live there, he added. 

The caller was advised it was a civil issue, and was advised to talk to his landlord. 

The caller said his landlord was his brother. He said the girlfriend had gone to bed and he did not want to make the situation worse by contacting her.

At 2:11 p.m. Monday, June 28, a woman was bit underneath the eye by a dog while on the Lena Lake Trail.

The incident was reported over the weekend to Mason County authorities. The woman was treated at the  Port Gamble S’Klallam Health Clinic.

At 5:56 p.m. Monday, June 28 in Nordland, a person reported getting in-person death threats.

The caller said her mother had threatened to kill her.

The pair live together but the mother was not currently home. The caller said she had been living with her grandmother for three months, but her mother was affecting her life in a negative way.

The woman said her mother had put a finger in her face and said she “was going to die in [expletive] and blood.”

The mother was angry, the caller said, because she was wearing a bikini in the garden.

She also said she believes her mother may be in a cult, because she has talked about being in a cult a lot.

A deputy determined there were behavioral health issues between the two, and that no crime had occurred.

At 10:27 p.m. Sunday, June 28 in Port Hadlock, the sheriff’s office was contacted by a person who wanted to get rid of a bag of prescription drugs that were from the caller’s father-in-law who had passed away.

A deputy took possession of the drugs for disposal.

At 12:15 a.m. Monday, June 29 in Chimacum, a suspicious truck was reported on the shoulder of Center Road.

The caller said the truck had its emergency flashers on, and there was a crying woman in the vehicle and a man was talking to her.

A deputy determined the pair were having a conversation about their relationship.

They were advised that having that conversation while their truck had its four-way flashers on and was partially blocking the roadway was not the best choice of locations for the discussion.

At 8:47 a.m. Monday, June 29 in Port Hadlock, a caller said her daughter was assaulted by an employee at a local business.

A deputy determined it was a dispute between two people about their children.

The female half of the couple was taken into custody for domestic violence assault.

At 8:49 p.m. Thursday, July 1 in Chimacum, a caller said a neighbor threw a wine glass at him.

He called while on his way to the hospital to have his injury evaluated.

He said he possibly had glass embedded in his right elbow, which had been cut.

He said the neighbor was intoxicated and she had gone home after the incident.

A dispute erupted during a conversation about campers on the man’s property. He said he did not want to press charges.

The neighbor was contacted and had a different version of events.

She said she had splashed her ice tea on her neighbor after he had soaker her with his drink.

The woman said she hadn’t been drinking. She agreed to take a breathalyzer test, which came back with no alcohol detected in her breath.

At 8:43 p.m. Wednesday, June 30 in Quilcene, an unoccupied red kayak was found on the beach and the caller was worried someone had been in it before it floated to the shore.

The kayak was hauled off the beach. It was described as an Old Town Loon model.

It was determined the kayak had not been occupied. 

The caller said he would keep it in his yard in case someone came looking for it.

At 2:43 p.m. Wednesday, June 30 in Port Hadlock, a resident said someone had gotten into the caller’s investment portfolio and changed the name on the account. The name on a bank account had also been changed, and $700 was missing, with an additional dispersal of $1,000 scheduled.

The first incident occurred June 18.

The accounts were closed and the victim was opening a new account.

The bank said no money was lost and an investigation was ongoing.

At 4:12 p.m. Friday, July 2 in Chimacum, a caller said someone drove across the athletic field at a county park.

A deputy visited the park and discovered that someone had made a delivery of sand.

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