Jefferson County Sheriff's Log | She's not listening

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Posted 11/8/22

The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office received 257 calls for service between Saturday, Oct. 8 and Friday, Oct. 14. Below are selected reports.

At 6:25 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 8 in Port …

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Jefferson County Sheriff's Log | She's not listening

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The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office received 257 calls for service between Saturday, Oct. 8 and Friday, Oct. 14. Below are selected reports.

At 6:25 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 8 in Port Ludlow, dispatchers received a 911 call that immediately disconnected.

On a subsequent call, a person relayed a threat that had been heard fourth- or fifth-hand that a woman’s daughter was threatening to kill anyone who may have assisted in getting visitation rights to her children taken away from her.

No specific names were mentioned.

At 2:03 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 9 in Port Hadlock, a man said a neighbor was yelling at him. He was also upset that law enforcement had not talked to the neighbor about his yelling.

A deputy responded and spoke with the loud neighbor. He was extremely intoxicated and was barely able to stand. The deputy determined the man did not have any notions of an intent to hurt his neighbor, and any physical action by the man did not seem possible due to his condition.

The man was warned about making threats.

Both of the residents agreed to leave the other alone as best as they could.

At 12:18 p.m. Monday, Oct. 10 in Port Hadlock, a woman was making vague threats about hurting/killing anyone who was trying to take away her visitation rights for her children.

The caller was from Child Protective Services, and said that no direct threats had been made.

The caller was concerned about the woman’s behavior becoming more aggressive and wanted to know if she had a history of assault. The woman did not.

The CPS worker was told to call a deputy if she had contact with the woman and felt threatened.

At 4:48 p.m. Monday, Oct. 10 in Chimacum, a burglary was reported at a home near Rhody Drive.

The caller said the residence was currently vacant but someone was inside.

The caller became very condescending with 911 dispatchers and tried to tell them how to do their job. She also said she was armed with a firearm.

The woman was advised to not approach the home but she refused to listen and kept arguing. It was was not clear what the woman would do next.

A deputy arrived at the home and cleared the residence and no one was inside.

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