Port Townsend Police Log | Noisy neighbor

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Posted 5/22/22

The Port Townsend Police Department received a total of 160 calls between Friday, May 6, and Thursday, May 12. Below are selected reports.

At 10 a.m. Friday, May 6, a theft was reported in the …

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Port Townsend Police Log | Noisy neighbor

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The Port Townsend Police Department received a total of 160 calls between Friday, May 6, and Thursday, May 12. Below are selected reports.

At 10 a.m. Friday, May 6, a theft was reported in the 800 block of Hancock Street relating to a stolen TV power supply in a nearby apartment building’s common room.

The caller told police that the power supply was stolen the day before by a visitor of a tenant at the apartment complex.

At 11:40 a.m. Friday, May 6, a caller from Hudson Point Marina reported a stolen 8-foot dingy.

They were unsure how long the boat had been missing from its spot in the marina. Police attempted to contact the caller for more details, and left a voicemail.

At 11:40 a.m. Friday, May 6, near the Polk Street and Lawrence Street intersection, a caller reported a parking complaint to police.

A Ford truck had been parked in front of a crosswalk nearby and was blocking a handicap ramp. Officers arrived shortly after to look into the complaint, but the truck had left the area.

At 10:10 p.m. Friday, May 6, a resident in the 5300 block of 49th Street reported hearing multiple gunshots in the area near Cook Avenue.

Officers arrived at the scene and didn’t locate any sources of gunshots, but did find firework debris on the ground nearby. Nobody was in the area and the officers left.

At 3:15 a.m. Saturday, May 7, a noise complaint was reported in the 2200 block of Towne Point Avenue.

A neighbor had been outside yelling and causing a disturbance while playing loud music. Officers arrived and contacted the neighbor playing music and advised her to turn it down and close her window.

She closed her window but refused to turn down the music. The situation is an ongoing neighbor dispute.

At 3:20 a.m. Sunday, May 8, a caller in the 2300 block of Sims Way reported suspicious activity at a parking lot close by. They told police that they saw a man trying to get into a vehicle parked in the lot. Police arrived at the parking lot and contacted two people sitting inside a car.

One of them told officers that he got out of his car earlier to “relieve” himself and that’s what the caller likely saw. Officers advised the two to leave the lot.

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