Police

Kittcom received the following calls on Dec. 12-13 (calls are made to the 911 line and the non-emergency business line):

Students reportedly were darting in front of traffic at a bus stop on North Alder Street.

A vehicle reportedly went through a stop sign and through a fence on Alford Road.

A collision was reported on East Capitol Avenue and South Chestnut Street.

A non-injury collision was reported on Canyon Road and Tjossem Road.

A shoplifter was reported in a store on North Ruby Street.

A dark-colored sedan reportedly was in a ditch off of Vantage Highway.

A Specialized mountain bike was reported stolen on North B Street.

A vehicle reportedly was rear-ended on East University Way and North Alder Street.

A man reportedly drove off without paying for $100 worth of diesel fuel on East First Street in Cle Elum.

There was a report of a person setting up a pallet, bedding and a barbecue behind the former bowling alley on East Ninth Avenue.

A vehicle reportedly was in a ditch off of state Route 903 and Lake Cabins Drive.

A non-injury collision that triggered airbag deployment was reported on West Railroad Street and North Pennsylvania Avenue.

A hit and run was reported on South Main Street.

A non-injury collision involving a 24-foot box van and a semi was reported on Gladmar Road.

A woman reported that the snow had been removed from her windshield and there were footprints around her vehicle on East First Street. She was concerned someone was trying to steal her vehicle.

An assault was reported on North Sixth Street and West Alaska Avenue in Roslyn.

Two people reportedly were walking on East Dean Nicholson Boulevard and saw a dirty silver truck playing loud music. The vehicle stopped and the driver looked the reporting party up and down.

An officer assisted a student who was trying to fix a wiper by watching a YouTube video at a parking lot on the Central Washington University campus.

Fire

Kittcom received the following calls on Dec. 12-13 (calls are made to the 911 line and the non-emergency business line):

There were no fire calls reported in this time period.

Arrests

The following people were booked in Kittitas County Jail from Dec. 12-13 (Bail and arresting agency information not available for all bookings):

A 58-year-old Ellensburg man was arrested by Ellensburg Police officers on a warrant for first-degree human trafficking. Bail $100,000.

A 20-year-old Yakima man was arrested by State Patrol troopers for failure to comply with second-degree driving with a suspended license. Bail $50,000.

A 22-year-old Yakima man was arrested by State Patrol troopers for failure to appear for third-degree driving with a suspended license. Bail $15,000.

A 32-year-old Wapato man was arrested by Kittitas County Sheriff’s deputies for failure to appear for third-degree driving with a suspended license. Bail $3,000.

A 29-year-old Pullman man was arrested by State Patrol troopers for failure to appear for driving while under the influence of alcohol or drugs. Bail $10,000.

A 54-year-old Renton man was arrested by State Patrol troopers for failure to appear for driving while under the influence of alcohol or drugs. Bail $15,000.

A 55-year-old Ellensburg man was arrested by Ellensburg Police officers for failure to appear for driving while under the influence of alcohol or drugs. Bail $10,000.

A 26-year-old Ellensburg man was arrested by Ellensburg Police officers for three counts of third-degree assault and resisting arrest. No bail.

A 23-year-old Ellensburg woman was arrested by Ellensburg Police officers for violation protection order/domestic violence. No bail.

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