Thursday, December 08, 2022

The Blotter: Collision results in flipped vehicle on River Road

| November 23, 2022 12:30 PM

Nov. 15

A student on a school bus needed medical attention after suffering chest pains, difficulty breathing and a migraine on the ride to school.

Nov. 16

Police assisted in a domestic dispute between an engaged couple, the man just wanted his work laptop back. A homeowner reported a burglary on 10th Street.

Nov. 17

Medical units responded to an accidental overdose on Diane Road involving prescriptions meds and alcohol. A medium-sized black and white collie with a red bandana was found at a residence on 14th Street, the dog was later taken to local police.

Nov. 18

A truck T-boned and flipped a parked vehicle on River Road early in the morning, medical units responded to two injuries. A woman left her debit card at an ATM and reported that someone else was using it. Report of someone shooting cats with BB guns at a residence on Crescent Drive.

Nov. 19

An argument broke out at the Blue Moon after a man saw someone allegedly trying to steal his dirt bike from the parking lot. Two drivers were seen yelling at each other at the intersection of Highway 2 and Highway 40 after one car had cut the other off, the person cut off reportedly had a weapon. Report of a stolen vehicle that resulted in a foot pursuit of the suspect by police near the Kokanee Bend fishing access. Report of a paintball gun drive-by on Riverwood Lane.

Nov. 20

Police responded to a felony warrant at the Blue Moon Casino.

Nov. 21

Report of loose nails all over the road at an intersection on 13th Street. Police approached a white station wagon at a park on 9th Street, the suspect had been sleeping in the parking lot due to problems at home.

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