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Police

Kittcom received the following calls on Nov. 20-22 (calls are made to the 911 line and the non-emergency business line):

n A woman, who had been drinking, reportedly was screaming inside a business on South Canyon Road.

n An aircraft reportedly received laser illumination.

n A woman reportedly grabbed a bottle of alcohol at a business on East Mountain View Avenue. When asked to stop, she started screaming.

n Two men reportedly were seen on video stealing alcohol from a store on North Ruby Street.

n A subject reportedly was seen on the roof of a building on North Pearl Street.

n A woman reported she could hear someone on the porch of her residence on Fourth Street in Cle Elum.

n The conductor of a train reportedly believed the train may have hit an animal between Woodhouse Loop and Berry Road.

n A Subaru reportedly hit a fence on state Route 903 and No. 5 Mine Road.

n A collision was reported on Vantage Highway and Willett Road.

n A vehicle reportedly hit and knocked down a pole on Hunter Road, milepost .5.

n A credit card was reported stolen on South Water Street.

n A woman reportedly stole a bottle of Jack Daniel Tennessee whiskey from a store on Ruby Street.

n A collision was reported on East Capitol Avenue.

n A herd of 300 elk was reported in a field off of Lyons Road and Venture Road. The reporting party was concerned that there were three men shooting in the area who could spook the elk.

n A woman reportedly stole cosmetics and body wash from a store on Mountain View Avenue.

n Two young horses reportedly were heading northbound at the intersection of Floral and East First Street in Cle Elum.

n There was a report of neglected livestock in a field off of Judge Ronald Road.

n A fanny pack containing a wallet was reported stolen from a store on South Water Street.

n There was a report that a deer had possibly been poisoned on Cove Road.

n A snow blower reportedly was stolen on South Railroad Avenue.

n Someone reportedly walked by and kicked open the reporting party’s door on Airport Road. The reporting party has a gun on his person in case someone returns.

n The reporting party reportedly has been ordering Door Dash and believes a neighbor has been tracking his orders.

n The reporting party said someone stole her medication on North Ruby Street.

n A man reportedly was tagging an electrical box with a large marker on West 15the Avenue and North Water Street.

n A non-injury collision was reported on West Mountain View Avenue and South Main Street.

n A handgun reportedly was left in a men’s bathroom stall on South Canyon Road.

n Fireworks reportedly were being set off on Hunter Road.

n A two-vehicle, non-injury collision was reported on East Umptanum Road and South Canyon Road.

n A welder, vehicle titles and vehicle keys reportedly were stolen from a yard on West University Way.

Fire

Kittcom received the following calls on Nov. 18-19 (calls are made to the 911 line and the non-emergency business line):

n A structure fire was reported on South First Street in Roslyn.

n Smoke was reported behind an apartment complex on Denny Avenue.

n Smoke was coming from a shack behind a restaurant on South Opportunity Street.

Arrests

The following people were booked in Kittitas County Jail from Nov. 18-19. (Bail and arresting agency information not available for all bookings):

n A 29-year-old Ellensburg man was arrested by Ellensburg Police officers for fourth-degree assault/domestic violence. Bail $500.

n A 32-year-old Everett woman was arrested by Ellensburg Police officers for third-degree theft. Bail $50.

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