Posts tagged: Scanner Traffic
A tree rests on top of a KHQ news vehicle after being blown over in the parking lot near Independence Point Tuesday during a storm that brought heavy winds and rains through Coeur d’Alene. KHQ local news reporter Victor Correa was about to get into the vehicle when the tree toppled over onto it. He wasn't hurt. Story here. (Coeur d'Alene Press photo)
MikeK (RE: Grandpa Stallings' big problem): This is disappointing. I might have thought that Chuck Malloy was better than to throw out an age-smearing column, especially when, based on his ideology, it is likely that Malloy voted for Ronald Reagan to be re-elected President at (ironically) 73 years of age. Plus if Malloy thinks that a 24-year old would see a 73 year old as a “great grandfather” then he must assume that this lady's mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother would have had to be teenage parents for several generations back. I wonder if the waitress would appreciate the implications of that comment from Malloy?
PFPD tweets: “Officers assigned to Bike Patrol are spending more time in the parks to ensure they are safe and an enjoyable asset to the community. We have seen a drastic increase in the number of calls for service in the area of Falls Park, commonly known as the “One Way”, which is the bridge that leads to the island beyond the park. People can enjoy the area of the park downstream from the bridge but should be certain to adhere to the signs posted by Avista.”
Kerri Thoreson (RE: 2:03 item): “I love Post Falls. Driving down Poleline at Chase Road I saw a brown horse running frantically back and forth across the street. She'd evidently escaped from her pasture and was trying to get back to her pasture mate. So I stopped my car in the middle of the street, blocking the path. Meanwhile another passerby who happened to have a dog leash was able to walk up and lead her back home. A Post Falls Police patrol officer arrived and provided an escort along Chase Road. And the two equine friends were reunited.”
PFPD Facebook: Kal’s Auto Sales, located on Seltice Way in Post Falls, reported that two vehicles had been burglarized sometime between 8:50 p.m. and 9:15 p.m. Friday. The male suspect pictured below was wearing darker shorts and a light-colored t-shirt with an unknown design on the front and back. The suspect arrived on what appears to be a smaller female’s bicycle, possible white frame and seat. After he steals a stereo from one of the vehicles, the suspect heads west out of the lot. These burglaries were committed while it was still daylight and moderate traffic on Seltice Way. Also, La Cabana was still open.