Police

Kittcom received the following calls on Sept. 7-9 (calls are made to the 911 line and the non-emergency business line):

n Someone reportedly threatened to kill a person’s cats on North Walnut Street.

n An injured skunk was reported on South Thorp Highway.

n A woman reported gunshot holes in here vehicle on West University Way.

n A black cow was reported in the roadway on Howard Road.

n An elderly man reported that he has been losing weight. He did not need an ambulance but he needed to eat on East Mountain View Avenue.

n Mail reportedly had been stolen this past month on North Brook Lane.

n A woman driving an older Impala reportedly kept slamming her breaks and talking on here phone on South Chestnut Street.

n Money, checkbooks and credit cards were reported stolen from a vehicle on Salmon la Sac Road.

n There was a report of dogs on chains attached to a tree and a cage with 10 or 12 cats living in in on White Road in Cle Elum.

n There was a report of a baby in a high chair eating alone in an alley without parental supervision off East First Street in Cle Elum.

n A theft was reported on North Ruby Street.

n A man with a trimmed beard, camo shorts and a handgun holstered to his hip was reported in a store on North Ruby Street. He did not appear to be shopping.

n A package reportedly was stolen from a porch on East Third Avenue.

n A non-injury collision was reported on West Third Avenue.

n A large tan dog reportedly was running in and out of traffic on West First Street and North Pennsylvania Avenue.

n A man reported that his backpack was stolen when he fell asleep at a lake on Umptanum Road.

n Glass was reported on North Pearl Street.

n A topless man reportedly was screaming at people on South Water Street.

n A box of shotgun shells was reported in the roadway on South Canyon Road.

n A theft was reported on East Capitol Avenue.

n An aggressive, large German shepherd was reported on North First Street in Roslyn.

n There was a report of people shooting semi-automatic weapons since the sun went down on Pointer Lane.

n One man, possibly inebriated, was reportedly laying in the roadway. Another man tried to drag him off the street and fell over in the bike lane on North Okanogan Street in Kittitas.

n An assault was reported on West Fifth Avenue.

n A Ford Expedition reportedly was stolen on North Water Street.

n A burglary was reported on North Oakes Avenue.

n A transformer reportedly blew on West Fourth Avenue.

n A cat reportedly was inside an abandoned apartment. The cat’s owner had been arrested. The cat was meowing a lot.

n There was a report that a vehicle had possibly been stolen over the Labor Day weekend on East Fourth Avenue.

n A man reportedly came into a business on Suncadia Trail. He was staring oddly at the other patrons and at the golf course. His pupils were small and he could not recall the vehicle he arrived in or where he was staying.

n A non-injury collision was reported on South Canyon Road.

n A non-injury collision was reported on West Fifth Avenue.

n A custom bicycle was reported stolen on East 18th Avenue.

n A non-injury collision was reported on North Pine Street.

n Two juveniles reportedly were driving motorcycles at a high rate of speed and not wearing helmets on West Railroad Avenue in Kittitas.

n Emaciated horses were reported on Robins Road.

n A person reported having video footage of someone stealing a bike on Main Street.

n A person reported hearing a woman in a vehicle on North Airport Road scream a borderline scared scream, a “roller coaster” scream.

n A pink Eastern bicycle was reported stolen on University Way.

n Cattle were reported in the roadway on Thrall Road.

n A vehicle vs. deer collision was reported on state Route 97. The deer was dispatched.

n Electrical noise and flashes reportedly were coming from a powerline on Fifth Avenue.

n There was a report of an SUV being driving with two flat tires on Lower Peoh Point Road.

n Two dogs reportedly were running in and out of traffic on East 10th Avenue.

n A power line reportedly was down in a driveway on North Walnut Street.

n A person reportedly found a .22 bullet at a campsite in Oregon and was passing through town and wanted to turn it in.

n A deer reportedly was stuck in a field on Canyon View Lane.

n A collision was reported on Interstate 90, westbound mile post 69.

n An injured buck was reported on property in Cle Elum.

Fire

Kittcom received the following calls on Sept. 7-9 (calls are made to the 911 line and the non-emergency business line):

n A fire from a lightning strike was reported on North Fork Teanaway.

n A fire was reported near a pump house on Osprey Drive near Cle Elum.

n A smoke investigation was reported on Lynx Lane.

n Campfires were reported on Westfork Teanaway Road.

n An illegal fire was reported on state Route 821, mile post 7.

n There was a smoke investigation in the back of a lumber yard on Swiftwater Boulevard.

n A dead dear reportedly had been on the side of the road for the past couple of days on state Route 903 near the roundabout.

n A collision was reported on Interstate 82, mile post 2.

There was a report of a man at a gate and walking around a fence on Airport Road. He was staring at a person and taking his shirt off and then putting it back on.

There was a report of a person playing the saxophone and refusing to stop on Pearl Street.

A man reportedly was living in the outdoor men’s restroom on North Ruby Street.

Arrests

The following people were booked in Kittitas County Jail from Sept. 7-9 (Bail and arresting agency information not available for all bookings):

A 26-year-old Toppenish man was arrested by State Patrol troopers for second-degree driving while under the influence of alcohol or drugs. Bail $2,000.

A 34-year-old Spokane man was arrested by State Patrol troopers for driving while under the influence of alcohol or drugs and first-degree driving with a suspended license. Bail $2,000.

A 20-year-old Ellensburg man was arrested by Ellensburg Police officers for failure to comply for possession of stolen property, failure to comply with vehicle prowling and failure to comply with third-degree theft. Bail $2,000.

A 19-year-old Ellensburg woman was arrested by Ellensburg Police officers for two counts fourth-degree assault/domestic violence. No bail.

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