A resident called the Liberty Lake Police Department the morning of Oct. 8 to report that a boy had been wandering in the area of 21000 East Mission Avenue for more than two hours. An officer contacted the boy, who said his father had dropped him off at school but he didn’t know where to go, said Police Chief Brian Asmus.
The boy warmed up in the patrol car while his mother was called to come pick him up, Asmus said.
Police were called to Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center on Saturday evening when a 17-year-old girl told staff she was being abused. An officer interviewed the girl and noted that she was not injured, Asmus said. The parents were later interviewed separately. Both told police that there had been an argument about an upcoming move to Yakima and their daughter had threatened to report them to Child Protective Services in an effort to get them fired from their new jobs, Asmus said.
The officer determined that no abuse had taken place, Asmus said. The family has since moved and information about the incident has been forwarded to the Yakima CPS office in case there are further allegations, he said.
Oct. 8: Sara C. Borgman, 32, was arrested on Interestate 90 in Liberty Lake on a felony charge of possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver. She was reportedly in possession of 100 grams of heroin.
A portable light on a trailer was reported stolen from a construction site in the area of Mission Avenue and Molter Road.
Oct. 10: A resident in the 1200 block of North Winchester Lane reported that he had arrived home to find doors open and unlocked and items moved. It did not appear that anything was missing.
Sunday: A burglary was reported in the 1600 block of North Cirque Lane when the homeowner noticed that her garage door was open and her purse was missing from her car. Other items, including a mountain bike and ski boots, were also missing.
A woman was arrested for theft after attempting to walk out of a store in the 1200 block of North Liberty Lake Road without paying for $44.76 in items.
Arrests: There were three arrests for driving with a suspended license and one for fourth-degree domestic violence assault.
Citations: Officers handed out three citations for expired vehicle registration, three for failure to show proof of liability insurance and seven for speeding. An additional citation was given for failure to obey a traffic control device.
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