Douglas County Sheriff’s Report

Nov. 22

Rock Island, fraud/forgery: BJs Rock Island, a woman passed several counterfeit $1 bills while buying food. The case is still under investigation.

Bridgeport, theft: 2600 block of Tacoma Avenue, a game camera was stolen from outside a residence. The owner located the camera in the Highline Trailer Park about 30 yards away from the residence. There are no suspects.

 

Nov. 24

Bridgeport, burglary: Bridgeport High School, someone pried open the door of the softball shed. Nothing was taken from inside the shed. Damage is estimated at $10.

Rock Island, assault: BJs Rock Island, two men got into a fight. One of the men was issued a citation and released.

 

Nov. 25

Bridgeport, burglary: 800 block of Columbia Avenue, a person who was taking care of a house interrupted a burglary in process. The person chased the subject for a distance. When two deputies arrived, they also joined in chasing the man but he escaped. At the residence, the cupboards had been ransacked and a number of items were missing, including some guns, two television sets, a side-by-side off-road vehicle and tools. There was also $1,000 damage done to the residence. There are no suspects.

Bridgeport, weapons violation: 2200 block of Monroe Avenue, deputies received a report of shots being fired in the area. They arrived and got a description of a vehicle in which witnesses had reported that some people had left the scene. The driver of the vehicle was arrested for DUI. Some mushrooms suspected to be psilocybin were confiscated and taken to a Drug Enforcement Administration agent to identify. The case has been sent to the prosecutor for review.

 

Nov. 27

Bridgeport Bar, animal problem: 10 block of Riggs Road, two dogs entered a neighboring fenced yard. The owner of the dogs was issued an infraction for letting them run at large.

 

Nov. 28

East Wenatchee, burglary: 13000 block of Highway 2, the reporting party, who works at McDougall & Sons, reported that she had seen items she knew belonged to the company in a relative’s pickup truck. The deputy contacted the company and learned that someone had broken into the receiving building during the night. Items allegedly stolen included two computers, a portable radio charger, a small utility wagon, an acid monitor, and a webcam. Deputies located the vehicle and suspect at a residence in Peshastin. The suspect was uncooperative and declined to allow deputies to search his vehicle. The vehicle was impounded and a search warrant was obtained. The stolen property was found inside. Before deputies could arrest the suspect, he was arrested by officers from the Department of Corrections for failing to comply with conditions of his supervision. After deputies searched the suspect’s vehicle and found the stolen property, he was arrested again on Nov. 29 and booked into the Chelan County Regional Justice Center on suspicion of second-degree possession of stolen property. The suspect was identified as Maverick L. Delzer, 24, of Peshastin.

 

Nov. 29

Bridgeport, vehicle theft: 1400 block of Tacoma Avenue, a 2001 Mercury Villager van was taken from in front of a garage. On Nov. 30, an Okanogan County deputy located the vehicle in Pateros and returned it to the owner. There is no suspect information.