Jefferson County Sheriff's Log | Grapes of wrath

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Posted 10/21/22

The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office received 191 calls for service between Saturday, Sept. 10 and Friday, Sept. 17. Below are selected reports.

At 2:59 p.m. Monday, Sept. 12, a caller …

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Jefferson County Sheriff's Log | Grapes of wrath

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The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office received 191 calls for service between Saturday, Sept. 10 and Friday, Sept. 17. Below are selected reports.

At 2:59 p.m. Monday, Sept. 12, a caller reported a sign that had been bent in half near the Lake Leland Campground.

It was not known when the vandalism occurred. 

There are no suspects.

At 6:40 p.m. Monday, Sept. 12 in Port Hadlock, a woman reported someone who had stolen grapes that she had grown on her property.

The woman told a deputy someone had a bucket of grapes from her property and she had asked the picker to pay for the grapes or leave.

The woman wanted $40 for the grapes, but the man gave her $20 and refused to pay more.

She agreed to take the money but now wanted the other $20.

The woman also told the deputy the man was a tenant on her property, and she wanted to share other complaints she had about junk vehicles.

At 4:08 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 13 in Port Hadlock, a man was bitten by his own dog. A deputy met with the man, who said he was trying to separate his dog from a friend’s dog but was bitten on the finger.

At 12:13 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 14 in Port Hadlock, a caller wanted advice about a neighbor who had been screaming and shouting at her over a flag pole.

The caller lives in a condo and shared a connected porch with the woman. Their properties are separated by a post, and the woman had a flag bracket attached to the post on her side of the porch.

The bracket was moved, however, when the porch was painted and was reattached on the other side of the post.

The woman wanted the bracket moved back to her side of the post.

A deputy advised the resident to seek an anti-harassment order if the situation remained volatile.

At 4:54 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 14 in Brinnon, a caller said multiple people were on the property who shouldn’t be there.

They were asked to leave but were still there. The caller said it looked like they were going to set up camp on the property.

A deputy responded and discovered a sister was trying to camp on her brother’s property but was not welcome.

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