On February 6, Deputy Dylan Kurtz observed a vehicle with an expired registration sticker. Deputy Kurtz conducted a traffic stop. Upon making contact with the driver, Deputy Kurtz noticed the odor of marijuana. The driver admitted to the presence of marijuana and handed over a rolled marijuana cigarette. The driver was arrested and charged with misdemeanor possession of marijuana and expired registration.
On February 7, Sergeant Doug Popp observed a vehicle driving on the center line of Newell Road. Sgt. Popp conducted a traffic stop and made contact with the driver. Sgt. Popp noticed the smell of marijuana and conducted a search of the vehicle. The search led to the discovery of a marijuana cigarette in the cup holder. The driver was arrested and charged with misdemeanor possession of marijuana and failure to maintain lane.
On February 8, Sergeant Jeff Floyd was dispatched to a residence on Highway 185 in reference to a domestic dispute. Upon arriving on scene, Sgt. Floyd met with the male subject who stated that his wife had attacked him after a dispute about money. Sgt. Floyd then attempted to locate the female subject and eventually located her on the property. She stated she wanted to contact Meridian Mental Health in Baker County. Sgt. Floyd told her that he would wait for them to come pick her up. The male subject said he wished to get some clothes and leave the scene, at which point the female became belligerent again. Sgt. Floyd asked the male to come back later to pick up the belongings in an attempt to deescalate the situation. The female then began to approach the male stating that she was going to slap him. She ignored several commands to remain seated and not to approach the male subject. Sgt. Floyd then took the female subject into custody, arresting her and charging her with disorderly conduct and obstruction of a law enforcement officer.
On February 8, Deputy Colby Thompson was dispatched to Pecan Street in reference to a dog attack. The complainant stated that the neighbor’s dog had attacked and killed his dog. The neighbor advised that she had opened the gate and her dog and gotten out. She had been unable to catch the dog before it attacked the complainant’s dog.
On February 11, Sergeant Doug Popp was dispatched to Mt. Carmel Street in reference to a fight. Once on scene, Sgt. Popp was informed that everything was fine and all of the subjects involved had left the scene. An hour later, Sgt. Popp was dispatched to another location and met with a female subject who stated that she had been the victim in the earlier fight. She said her ex-boyfriend had punched her several times and head butted her. She stated that she was going to the hospital. Sgt. Popp advised her to call dispatch after she completed her hospital visit. The subject did not make further contact with law enforcement.
On February 12, Deputy Dylan Kurtz was dispatched to All Store and Lock on US 1. The complainant advised that his storage container had been broken into and a tv was missing. Deputy Kurtz observed damage to the lock. This case has been turned over to investigations.