March 8, 2014 in Washington Voices

Liberty Lake Blotter: Plows interfering with business’s burglar alarm

By The Spokesman-Review
 

A business in the 19000 block of East Broadway Avenue appears to have its burglar alarm on high alert. Liberty Lake Police were called to the business three times recently only to find nothing amiss.

All three false alarms came in right after the business’s parking lot was plowed, said Police Chief Brian Asmus. The theory is that the plowing is somehow setting off the alarm, Asmus said.

Other calls from Feb. 24 to March 3

Feb. 25: A suspicious vehicle was towed from the Rocky Hill Park area.

An argument was reported in the 24000 block of East Maxwell Avenue.

Feb. 26: A resident in the 24000 block of East Pine Point Court reported receiving an audit notice from the IRS for her 2013 taxes but stated she had not yet filed her taxes.

A bank teller in the 1300 block of North Liberty Lake Road reported accidentally giving a customer $500 more in cash than he was supposed to get. The customer realized the mistake later and returned the extra money to the bank.

Arrests: Officers made three arrests for driving with a suspended license and one on theft warrant.

Citations: Citations were given for failure to show proof of liability insurance, speeding and second-degree negligent driving.


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