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Law enforcement records for Jan. 12, 2023

by STAFF REPORT
Staff Report | January 11, 2023 2:51 PM

The reports below were provided by the agencies indicated. All suspects are considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

Ephrata Police Department

Jan. 3

Report of a stolen vehicle on Junes Court.

Jan. 4

Report of a female subject concealing items inside her shirt at a business in the 1300 block of Nat Washington Way. Officers arrived and waited for the subject to finish purchasing the rest of her items.

Report of a two-vehicle collision at the intersection of Alder Street and Third Avenue Southwest.

Report of a cart full of merchandise pushed out of a business in the 1300 block of Nat Washington Way. Subjects were contacted in the parking lot and items recovered.

Jan. 5

Report of a single-vehicle rollover accident in the area of Airport Street Southeast and SR 282.

Jan. 7

Report of theft from a business in the 1300 block of Nat Washington Way.

Jan. 10

Report of a two-vehicle non-injury collision at C Street and Fourth Avenue Northwest. Vehicle 1 failed to stop at the intersection and was struck on the driver side by vehicle 2.

Report of a catalytic converter stolen off a vehicle in the 800 block of Hilltop Drive Southeast.

Grant County Jail

Jan. 4

Russell Hunter Dees, 30, Soap Lake, booked on violation of a no-contact order, as well as seven Grant County District Court warrants relating to third-degree driving with license suspended and a Grant County Superior Court warrant relating to possession of a stolen vehicle.

Nicholas Aaron Ritchie, 31, Moses Lake, booked on Grant County Superior Court warrants relating to second-degree possession of stolen property and second-degree theft, as well as four Grant County District Court warrants relating to third-degree driving with license suspended.

Carlos Hector Bazan, 57, George, booked on a Grant County Superior Court warrant relating to trafficking in stolen property.

Ahmed Mohamed Madjri, 34, Everett, booked on fourth-degree assault – domestic violence.

Jan. 6

Ian Jacob Libby, 32, Soap Lake, booked on a Grant County Superior Court warrant relating to second-degree assault – domestic violence.

Tori Joan Kottwitz, 32, Mesa, booked on first-degree malicious mischief and third-degree theft.

Destiny Czigany Barrera, 35, Moses Lake, booked on fourth-degree assault – domestic violence.

Jan. 7

Jenny May Oneel, 42, Ephrata, booked on fourth-degree assault – domestic violence.

Jan. 9

Myra Liliana Valle, 22, Moses Lake, booked on a Grant County Superior Court warrant relating to possession of a stolen vehicle.

Moses Lake Police Department

Jan. 6

Report of a vehicle damaged, apparently with a shopping cart, in a parking lot in the 1000 block of North Stratford Road.

Report of a three-vehicle collision in the 600 block of North Stratford Road. Vehicle 1 attempted to change lanes and misjudged the distance to traffic stopped at a light. Vehicle 1 struck vehicle 2, which rear-ended vehicle 3.

Jan. 7

Report of theft from a business in the 600 block of South Pioneer Way.

Report of theft at a business in the 400 block of South Wanapum Drive.

Report of merchandise valued at approximately $120.34 stolen from a business in the 900 block of North Stratford Road.

Jan. 8

Report of a catalytic converter stolen in the 2700 block of West Broadway Avenue while the vehicle’s owner was at work.

Jan. 9

Report of graffiti at a PUD substation at Paxson and West Central drives.

Report of graffiti at the Lauzier Ball Park.

Report of a catalytic converter stolen in the 300 block of East Ninth Avenue.

Report of catalytic converters stolen off two buses at a business in the 1100 block of South Juniper Drive.

Report of a trailer stolen from a church in the 200 block of North Dale Road.

Report of stereo equipment and a firearm stolen from a vehicle in the 1000 block of South Juniper Drive.

Jan. 10

Report of a stolen vehicle observed in the area of Miller Street and Longview Street Northeast with a subject sleeping inside. Officers placed spike strips under the vehicle and boxed the vehicle in from the rear, then called for the suspect to exit the vehicle. The suspect instead started the vehicle and struck an unoccupied patrol vehicle. The suspect briefly became high-centered, and officers broke out the vehicle’s window. The suspect managed to free the vehicle, striking the spike strips, and fled westbound on Beacon Road Northeast. Officers were unable to pursue due to state law.

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