Jefferson County Sheriff's Log | Rambling man

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Posted 7/14/22

The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office received 236 calls for service between Friday, May 27 and Saturday, June 4. Below are selected reports.

At 5:13 a.m. Sunday, May 29 in Nordland, a …

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Jefferson County Sheriff's Log | Rambling man

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The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office received 236 calls for service between Friday, May 27 and Saturday, June 4. Below are selected reports.

At 5:13 a.m. Sunday, May 29 in Nordland, a resident said his RV trailer had been burglarized.

He said he had been living at a different trailer, and then started rambling about a domestic violence issue and did not make any sense.

The caller told a dispatcher that he was in a relationship with a woman and they were hanging out the night before when she started rummaging through his stuff.

He said at one point he was awake and watching her do it, then woke up when he heard the activity restart.

He didn’t know if anything was missing.

He said he was going to collect his thoughts and call back when he has more to say.

At 7:16 p.m. Sunday, May 29 in Port Hadlock, an elderly woman with dementia was reported missing after she wandered away from the laundromat.

Authorities were notified 80 minutes later that the woman had been found.

At 10:03 a.m. Monday, May 30 in Brinnon, a man reported a winch and stanchion had been stolen from a boat trailer.

The trailer belonged to a client who had been storing his boat trailer at the resort.

The gear was valued at $800.

At 6:21 p.m. Monday, May 30 in Port Hadlock, a caller reported an unwanted person on the premises.

He said a man in a black Chevy Cruze had pulled up and displayed a gun.

The caller also said he had not been threatened by the gun today, but in the past. He said he was hiding behind a building; when the man in the Chevy left, the caller contacted authorities again and said he still wanted to talk to a deputy.

A deputy contacted the man with the Chevy at his home. He denied making any threats, but said he had heard a truck and a motorcycle go by his house and the motorcycle rider was revving the engine.

He tried to get a license plate but couldn’t. When he saw the motorcycle later parked at a business, he pulled in to take a photo of the license plate.

The man said he had been upset about activity on his street for several years, and thought some things were being done intentionally to harass him.

A deputy contacted the motorcycle rider, who said it all made sense now. He said he had been driving down the road and his engine began to smoke a bit, so he revved the engine.

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  • boatfixx

    With the local suicide rate skyrocketing in out county and in our little towns, with crime and drug abuse spiking, I'm always amused how Leader reporters enjoy making light of crime in their article headlines when posing the police and Sheriff's log.

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