Check out some of the calls our deputies responded to over the weekend…
Inc # 24-034-00725
13600 blk Pacific Ave S, Parkland
A deputy was dispatched to a commercial burglary that occurred at a car dealership. When he arrived, the owner provided the deputy surveillance video of the burglary, which showed two suspects forcing the door open and going inside the business. The suspects left and then came back in a white, late 1990’s Ford F-150. They loaded up the truck with tools, printers, and other items before fleeing eastbound on 136th St S.
Inc # 24-034-01972
An 85-year-old woman reported that she had been scammed out of $9,500. She told a deputy that she received a phone call from someone she believed was her grandson. The caller said he had been arrested and needed her to give his attorney $9,500 to bail him out. A suspect picked up the money from the victim at her residence. Before she gave out the cash, she tried to call her grandson, but it turns out he couldn’t answer because he was at work. The suspects used several different numbers when contacting the victim; none of which were local numbers.
Domestic Violence Assault
Inc # 24-034-02111
18200 blk 4th St E, Lake Tapps
Deputies were dispatched to domestic violence assault at a residence. On their way to the call, deputies received an update that a heavily intoxicated male had been fighting with people inside the home, but was pushed outside by the homeowner and 911 caller. Soon after, they received another update that the male had climbed through an open window and was back inside the house. Yet another update came in letting deputies know the suspect was outside again and was threatening suicide. When deputies arrived, they were led to the suspect, who was back inside the house. They quickly detained him and interviewed witnesses, who told them that the suspect had punched a 20-year-old woman and knocked her to the ground. The 21-year-old suspect was arrested and booked into jail for domestic violence assault in the second degree and criminal trespass in the first degree.
Inc # 24-035-02033
Order Violation, Resisting Arrest
9700 blk 22nd Ave E, Parkland
Deputies were dispatched to a court-order violation in progress at a residence. The 911 caller reported that his ex-girlfriend was outside his residence and was demanding to be let inside. Before deputies arrived the house, they confirmed that there was a valid no-contact order. Deputies located the suspect walking in the area of the residence and stopped to detain her. The suspect fought with deputies and would not comply with being handcuffed. After a struggle that lasted several minutes, deputies got control of the suspect and placed her in handcuffs. The 42-year-old suspect was booked into jail for felony violation of a court order and resisting arrest. She also had numerous misdemeanor warrants for domestic violence assault and violation of a protection order.
Inc # 24-035-02142
DUI Collision, Arrest
112th St E & Waller Rd E, Summit
Two patrol vehicles were stopped (one behind the other) in an eastbound lane of 112th St E at Waller Rd E. When the light turned green, the first patrol car went through the intersection. Out of the corner of his eye, the deputy saw a vehicle approaching the intersection from his left side (southbound Waller) at a high rate of speed, and it appeared the vehicle was not going to stop. The deputy hurried through the intersection and narrowly avoided being hit by the car. A vehicle traveling westbound through the intersection was struck and both vehicles then collided with the second patrol vehicle. When the 31-year-old at-fault driver got out of his vehicle, deputies immediately noticed signs of impairment, so they arrested him. He was transported to the hospital for a blood draw being before booked into jail. Nobody was injured in the collision.