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Police Report
4/29/2014 10:26:02 AM

The following incidents, arrests, calls for service and citations were among those reported by the Liberty Lake Police Department from March 31 to April 21. The report is listed in chronological order. 

Incidents and arrests
Assault - At noon March 31, a complainant came in to LLPD to report a juvenile problem at the 23000 block of East Mission Avenue. The complainant reported a juvenile male had assaulted multiple staff members along with another juvenile. The incident was reported to the proper state agencies. 

Ceiling fan noise - At 1:51 p.m. April 1, LLPD responded to a citizen contact at the 21000 block of East Country Vista Drive. The complainant reported that a resident has come to his apartment multiple times to complain about the noise created by the ceiling fan in the bathroom. Management reportedly replaced the fan twice, but the neighbor continues to come to the door to complain to the complainant and his wife regarding the noise. An officer advised the complainant to get a no-contact order.

Assault - At 10:09 a.m. April 3, LLPD received a report of an aggravated assault that took place at the 23000 block of East Riverside. The complainant reported his 17-year-old son was currently undergoing surgery for damage he incurred at a party the night prior in Liberty Lake. The matter was placed under investigation.

Child abuse - At 3:30 p.m. April 7, LLPD responded to a report of child abuse/neglect at the 19000 block of East Shannon. The complainant reported that over the weekend, a 6-week-old infant had been checked into the hospital after suffering 14 fractured ribs, a skull fracture, and extensive bruising. The incident was placed under investigation.

Domestic violence assault - A 37-year-old Spokane Valley man was arrested at 10:15 a.m. April 8 at the 24000 block of East Hawkstone Loop for domestic violence assault. A complainant reported that men were standing behind the apartment building fighting. Upon arrival, officers spoke to a female victim, who reported the man had become upset about the state of the apartment and had grabbed a phone out of her hand, causing bleeding. The victim's family members arrived in an effort to diffuse the argument and try and get the man to leave peacefully. It was determined the man was the aggressor, and he was booked into Spokane County Jail.

Assault report - At 4:15 p.m. April 9, LLPD responded to the 25000 block of East Hawkstone Loop in regards to an assault. The complainant reported that the day prior, her boyfriend had pushed her out of a moving vehicle. She said she called 911 but told officers not to come out to the residence as her boyfriend would be mad. Upon arrival, officers observed no physical injuries to the complainant, who reported being on numerous medications. Officers spoke to a roommate, who reported he believed the incident had not taken place, and said the complainant called because no one would pick her up to leave the apartment. There was no evidence an assault had taken place, so no further action was taken.

Protection order - At 6:27 p.m. April 9, LLPD responded to the 1700 block of North Winchester Street for service of a temporary protection order. A complainant reported a subject was refusing to be served with the order. When officers arrived, the complainant had parked blocking the subject's car in the drive so the subject could not leave without being served. Officers spoke to the subject, who reported several domestic violence incidents had taken place between herself and the complainant that she never reported to law enforcement. Officers requested the subject collect her things and leave the residence immediately.

Calls for service
Reported by the Liberty Lake Police Department March 31-April 21
Agency assist 2
Alarm 1
Animal problem 1
Assault (aggravated) 1
Assault (non-aggravated) 1
Child abuse or neglect 1
Citizen assist 3
Deceased person 1
Domestic violence 1
Drug possession 1
DUI 9
Family fight 1
Fire 1
Fraud 2
Lost or found property 2
Not classified/defined 6
Property theft 2
Traffic accident 1
Traffic hazard 1
Traffic offense 20
Trespassing 1
Welfare check 2

Citations
Reported by the Liberty Lake Police Department March 31-April 21
Assault 1
Defective muffler 2
DUI 8
DWLS 22
Expired registration 5
Failure to dim headlights 1
Following too close 1
Illegal use of studded tires 3
Liability insurance 8
Minor in poss/control alcohol 2
Obstructing law enforcement 1
Reckless driving 1
Speeding 24
Texting while driving 1
Use of cell phone 2

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