May 10, 2014 in Washington Voices

Liberty Lake officer helps intoxicated woman on roof

By The Spokesman-Review
 

A Liberty Lake police officer ventured on to the roof of a home recently to bring an intoxicated woman back inside.

Police were called to the 20000 block of East Meyers Avenue on May 4 by the woman’s husband, who said the couple had been through some rough times lately and his wife had been drinking. By the time the officer arrived the woman had made her way onto the roof, said Police Chief Brian Asmus.

The officer climbed out a window and followed her. “It was pretty steep, according to the officer,” Asmus said. “She didn’t fight or anything. She just came back in.”

The woman was taken to a local hospital to be treated.

Other events from April 29 to May 5:

April 30: A resident in the 22000 block of East Country Vista Drive reported that the residents in a neighboring apartment were playing their music loudly. She was advised to contact the apartment building manager.

A woman was reportedly interfering with the arrest of a family member on a Department of Corrections warrant in the 21700 block of East Country Vista Drive. Officers responded and removed the woman from the scene.

May 1: A juvenile runaway was reported in the 100 block of North Garry Drive.

May 2: Deputies from the Spokane County Sheriff’s Office covered calls for service while all members of the department attended the funeral for Sgt. Clint Gibson.

Arrests: Police made one arrest for driving with a suspended license.


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