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Liberty Lake police receive two nudity calls

The Liberty Lake Police Department responded to two unusual calls involving nudity during the week of July 7 to 14.

On July 9 a caller reported to police that he was approached by men requesting sexual favors while walking his dog in the dog park near Stateline. He also said he observed two men engaged in oral sex. The men where gone when an officer arrived but the caller did provide license plate numbers, said Police Chief Brian Asmus.

A resident in the 1400 block of North Cavalier Court called police the afternoon of July 11 to report seeing two naked teenage girls on a couch in a neighbor’s home. When officers arrived at the neighbor’s home they could smell the strong odor of marijuana, Asmus said. The resident of the home said he runs a 12-step program in his home for teens trying to get off drugs. He also told police that he uses marijuana for medical purposes, Asmus said. No teenage girls were found and the incident is under investigation.

Other calls from July 7 to 14:

July 8: A property line dispute was reported in the 1300 block of North Winchester Lane.

July 9: A woman in the 25000 block of East Hawkstone Loop reported that a man who appeared to be drunk was recording her and her friends talking in the parking lot. When contacted by an officer the inebriated man said he thought the woman and her friends were harassing him. A business in the 21000 block of East George Gee Avenue reported receiving two orders for auto parts paid for with an invalid credit card number. The first order, valued at $1,779, was shipped before the fraud was caught.

July 10: Witnesses said a man left a grocery store in the 1200 block of North Liberty Lake Road without paying for about $300 worth of items.

July 12: A sign was reported stolen from a business in the 1200 block of North Liberty Lake Road.

Sunday: A caller reported being harassed by several men in the 3700 block of South Zephyr Road. The men were gone when police arrived. A hit-and-run was reported at 1 a.m. at Appleway Boulevard and Henry Road. Signs and a post were damaged in the accident. The car thought to be involved was found later with a blown out tire.

Arrests: Police made five arrests for driving with a suspended license and two on warrants.

Citations: Officers handed out four citations for failure to show proof of liability insurance and seven for speeding. Additional citations were given for defective muffler, making a false statement to police and false reporting.

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