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Prowler in Liberty Lake leaves footprints in snow

A resident in a downstairs apartment in the 22000 block of East Country Vista Drive reported to Liberty Lake police that she had seen a man outside her bedroom window Sunday.

An officer responded and found fresh tracks in the snow leading to the woman’s window, said police Chief Brian Asmus. The woman’s porch light had also been tampered with so it wouldn’t work, he said.

Police believe the man is a neighbor, but he denied any involvement when police spoke to him, Asmus said. Charges will be pursued if anything similar happens again, Asmus said.

Other calls from Feb. 3-10

Feb. 3: A suspicious vehicle thought to be tied to recent thefts was reported in the 23000 block of East Knox Avenue. The driver, who claimed he was napping, was arrested for second-degree trespassing.

Someone in the 1700 block of North Holl Boulevard said two people were in the process of stealing tires from his vehicle. The two were contacted and the incident is under investigation.

Feb. 5: A report came in that a car had been parked at Pavillion Park for a week. The car’s owner said he was unable to get home because of the icy roads and would leave as soon as possible.

Feb. 8: An officer recognized a man leaving an apartment complex in the 25000 block of East Hawkstone Loop and knew he was the subject of a protection order that prohibits him from contacting one of the complex’s residents. The officer confirmed that the man had visited the apartment he is banned from and will recommend that he be charged with violating the no contact order.

Arrests: Police made six arrests for driving with a suspended license, one arrest for driving with a suspended license and possession of methamphetamine and one arrest on multiple felony warrants out of Idaho.

Citations: Officers handed out three citations for expired vehicle registration, four for failure to show proof of liability insurance and three for speeding. Additional citations were given for defective muffler and reckless driving.



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