Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office
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June 12, 2017 through June 19, 2017 the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office responded to 269 calls for service. A breakdown of some of these calls for service are as follows:
Number of Incidents
Press Log: Weeks 6-
6/22/2017 @12:03 pm, Incident #2017-
The Sheriff’s Office received a report of mail theft occurring in the Cape George area. The suspect vehicle was described as possibly being an older white sedan.
6/14/2017 @ 12:39 pm, Incident #2017-
Sheriff’s deputies responded to a traffic collision on Hastings Road in which a Honda Accord struck a power pole. The two occupants of the vehicle refused medical treatment. A traffic collision report was completed by law enforcement.
6/14/17 @ 12:46 pm, Incident #2017-
A Port Hadlock resident reported that their green minibike was stolen. The victim told the deputy that they had placed the minibike at the corner of Mason and Fir Circle with a for sale sign on it and when they checked on the minibike about an hour later it was gone. The deputy searched the area, but was unable to locate the stolen minibike.
6/15/2017 @ 12:09 am, Incident #2017-
A Sheriff’s deputy stopped a vehicle in Port Hadlock for the driver not having a valid driver’s license. The deputy had the driver exit the vehicle and the driver failed to comply with the deputy’s instructions and a struggle ensued. The driver was subsequently placed in handcuffs and while being searched incident to arrest the deputy located an ounce of suspected Heroin in the driver’s pants pocket. The driver was arrested and his vehicle impounded pending application for a search warrant. After receiving a search warrant deputies searched the driver’s vehicle and located three additional ounces of suspected Heroin packaged for sale and a sharpened machete.
6/17/2017 @ 4:24 pm, Incident #2017-
Sheriff’s Search and Rescue deputies, along with Jefferson Search and Rescue, Olympic Mountain Rescue, and Brinnon Fire Rescue responded to Ranger Hole on the Duckabush River in the Olympic National Forest for a report of a missing 34 year old male swimmer. The missing man was part of a group who were recreating at Ranger Hole and jumping from a high rock into the river. Per the report the male jumped from the rock and went under the water and has not been seen since. Search crews worked Saturday and Sunday to locate the missing swimmer without success. Search efforts are continuing and divers will be searching the water.
The above incidents are not all encompassing and represent a portion of incidents the JCSO has responded to