Jefferson County Sheriff's Log | Girl in a golf cart

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Posted 11/14/22

The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office received 215 calls for service between Saturday, Oct. 15 and Friday, Oct. 21. Below are selected reports.

At 12:49 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 15 in Brinnon, a …

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Jefferson County Sheriff's Log | Girl in a golf cart

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The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office received 215 calls for service between Saturday, Oct. 15 and Friday, Oct. 21. Below are selected reports.

At 12:49 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 15 in Brinnon, a resident reported a burglary.

The man said someone was in his house, and he had heard somebody open the window in a trailer where he was living.

He also said he could hear someone still in the house.

He noted he had been having issues with two people from Sequim, and he said he could now hear them in the woods.

The caller said he wanted to get off the line so he could check his game cameras.

When a deputy arrived, the resident said the intruders were gone. He said someone had entered through the front door on his porch, but when the deputy checked the entrance, they discovered it was blocked by 4-by-4s and 2-by-4s and the deputy found it doubtful that someone could get in that way.

The resident also said he heard the honk from a car, possible from a vehicle alarm.

A deputy determined the man’s story did not add up, but noted he was not under the influence. 

There was no evidence of a crime or burglary having occurred.

At 1:53 p.m. Monday, Oct. 17 in Port Ludlow, a person who wanted to remain anonymous made a traffic complaint.

The caller complained about an autistic girl who was driving a golf cart on Thorndyke Road.

The caller thought the girl was being reckless, and did not think an unlicensed driver should be driving a golf cart. The caller also wasn’t certain the girl was under 16, but just thought that she was.

A deputy responded and found the golf cart parked outside a home, but not the girl.

At 1:15 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 18 in Port Ludlow, a father called for his son to report a lost or stolen identification card.

He said his son lost his driver’s license but needed to file a police report in order to get a new one.

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