Jefferson County Sheriff's Log | Yelling all the while

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Posted 7/7/22

The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office received 207 calls for service between Saturday, May 14 and Friday, May 20. Below are selected reports.

At 5:24 p.m. Tuesday, May 17 in Port Hadlock, …

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Jefferson County Sheriff's Log | Yelling all the while

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The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office received 207 calls for service between Saturday, May 14 and Friday, May 20. Below are selected reports.

At 6:51 p.m. Monday, May 16 in Port Ludlow, a woman reported the theft of rent money that had been left in a box on the porch. The woman said the theft happened May 8 or May 9.

A deputy met with the woman and her landlord, and determined there was an ongoing civil issue between the parties.

The woman said her rent payment of $1,400 had been placed in the box. She said she returned the next night to find the box open and the money missing.

The landlord said the eviction process had started in court.

At 10:37 a.m. Tuesday, May 17 in Port Hadlock, a caller said he had let someone stay at his house but then discovered Oxycodone pills were missing.

A deputy called the person three times and left a message, but did not get a call back.

At 5:24 p.m. Tuesday, May 17 in Port Hadlock, batteries were stolen from a trailer that had been left at a business.

At 7:22 p.m. Tuesday, May 17 in Brinnon, a 911 call was transferred from Kitsap. A woman’s voice could be heard saying, “Hilltop.”

The woman said DVDs, VHS tapes, and clothes had been stolen. Duct tape was also missing.

The caller became uncooperative, and said her earpiece told her “she is part of the United States of America Central Intelligence.”

The woman said she works for the Department of Investigation and knew the whereabouts of the thief.

She did not know the person’s name.

She became irritated when asked additional questions, and said President Joe Biden had told her everything.

At 10:30 a.m. Wednesday,
May 18
in Port Hadlock, a man called about a scam from February that resulted in the loss of $1,600. Someone posing as an employee of a computer security company claimed the man had been overcharged, and asked for his bank information so he could be reimbursed.

He later discovered $1,600 had been taken from his account.

At 7:01 a.m. Thursday, May 19 in Port Hadlock, a deputy encountered a woman standing in the middle of the road who was throwing things at a man who was nearby.

The woman started walking toward the deputy, yelling all the while.

The deputy determined no assault had taken place, but the woman remained hostile.

The man was cooperative and told the deputy the woman was suffering from mental health issues and he just wanted to get away from her.

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