Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office
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April 3, 2017 through April 17, 2017 the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office responded to 589 calls for service. A breakdown of some of these calls for service are as follows:
Number of Incidents
Press Log: Weeks 4-
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4/13/2017 @ 17:32 pm, Incident #2017-
The Sheriff’s Office received a report of a burglary in the Cape George area. The reporting person said there was someone inside a mobile home on the property and that no one should be in it. Deputies responded and searched the mobile home and found no one inside.
4/14/2017 @ 10:37 am, Incident #2017-
The Sheriff’s Office received a report of a travel trailer on fire in the Port Townsend area. It was subsequently determined that two individuals were burning garbage near the trailer and the trailer was not on fire.
4/14/2017 @ 10:15 pm, Incident #2017-
Deputies went to a county residence in the Port Townsend area to arrest a subject on an arrest warrant. The roommate told deputies the subject was not there and allowed them to search the residence. The subject was located in a bedroom hiding under a pile of clothes. The subject was taken into custody after some resistance. Upon searching the subject prior to transporting him to the Jefferson County Jail the deputies discovered a six inch long fixed-
4/15/2017 @ 12:15 pm, Incident #2017-
Deputies went to a residence in the Discovery Bay area to serve an arrest warrant on a wanted subject. As they approached the residence they observed a vehicle blocking one lane of the roadway. The deputies heard the vehicle’s alarm sound three times and approached the vehicle. They contacted an adult male in the vehicle and observed intravenous drug-
4/15/2017 @ 3:00 pm, Incident #2017-
The Sheriff’s Office received a call from an individual reporting that their cell phone was stolen from their shopping cart while shopping at a local grocery store.
4/16/2017 @ 1:35 pm, Incident #2017-
An individual reported his neighbor had “ripped out” new fence posts that he had recently installed. The reporting person stated he had learned about the fence post removal when his neighbor texted him while he was in church and related what he had done. The incident was determined to be a civil issue and when the deputy arrived on scene the neighbors had come to a resolution of the issue.
The above incidents are not all encompassing
and represent a portion of incidents the JCSO has responded to