Jefferson County Sheriff's Log | Found my stuff in the driveway

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Posted 11/4/22

The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office received 239 calls for service between Saturday, Oct. 1 and Friday, Oct. 7. Below are selected reports.

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Jefferson County Sheriff's Log | Found my stuff in the driveway

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The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office received 239 calls for service between Saturday, Oct. 1 and Friday, Oct. 7. Below are selected reports.

At 2:52 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 4 in Port Ludlow, a man said someone threw a big rock at his vehicle while he was driving on Paradise Bay Road.

The rock shattered the windshield of the pickup truck.

The Washington State Patrol was at the scene and a deputy also responded. It was determined that the rock was probably caused by a road hazard or an animal. 

The driver thought it could have been kids, but school had not been let out yet for the day.

The man was given a case number for his insurance claim.

A nearby property owner later called authorities after seeing the truck driver and the State Patrol near his property while reviewing footage on his game camera.

He was advised of what had happened so his concerns could be curbed.

At 3:56 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 4 in Nordland, a property owner reported having an unwanted woman on the property.

The caller had been gone for a week but when the property owner came back, the homeowner found a woman had come over to her house and asked another neighbor if she could take a log and wood chips from the land.

The neighbor did not give her permission, but she took the wood anyway.

A deputy gave the woman a trespass notice.

At 1:22 a.m. Wednesday, Oct. 5 in Port Ludlow, a resident came home to find their house had been burglarized.

The resident had been out of town since 5 p.m. but came back and found items strewn down the driveway.

It was unknown what exactly was missing, but it was clear that firearms had been taken, along with other things.

The total dollar estimate for the loss was unknown.

Deputies went through the house and checked for fingerprints. It appeared forced entry was made into the home through the garage.

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