More problems were reported at RV dealerships in Liberty Lake the week of Sept. 2-8 after a summer of thefts and vandalism.
The Liberty Lake Police Department responded twice to the 19000 block of East Cataldo Avenue on Sept. 2. Shortly after noon a business reported that someone had broken into an RV in a secured location and there was blood inside. There were no signs that anyone had forced their way inside the RV, said police Chief Brian Asmus.
Later that day, a business called to report a woman inside an RV. An officer determined that the woman thought the RV was for sale, but it was not, said Asmus. The officer could find no evidence of criminal intent and the woman was allowed to leave, Asmus said.
Other calls Sept. 2-8
Sept. 3: A wallet was turned in to the police department and turned over to its owner.
A resident in the 19000 block of East Shannon Avenue reported an item valued at $200 had been stolen from her unlocked car.
Police responded to a business in the 1300 block of North Liberty Lake Road after an employee reported that she had locked herself in the bathroom after a transient asked her if he could spend the night at her house. The man was told to leave the premises.
Sept. 6: An officer responding to a 911 call saw a man running from the apartments at 24000 block of East Spotted Owl Lane just after 2 a.m. The man allegedly assaulted two women after he was told he could not leave the apartment with his daughter because he was drunk. He was arrested for two counts of domestic violence assault, malicious mischief and interfering with the reporting of domestic violence.
A woman called for help in the 22000 block of East Country Vista Drive after being threatened with assault. The suspect was gone when police arrived.
Arrests: Police made four arrests for driving with a suspended license and one for driving under the influence.
Citations: Officers handed out two citations for failure to show proof of liability insurance and five for speeding. Additional citations were given for expired vehicle registration and speeding in a school zone.
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