Douglas County Sheriff’s Report

Jan. 22

Bridgeport, warrant: 700 block of Fairview Avenue, a deputy arrested a subject on a warrant. The arrested subject requested to leave her blanket and retrieve her cellphone from one of the apartments. While at the apartments, the deputy made observations leading to attaining a search warrant of the apartment for stolen property. While serving the search warrant, deputies recovered a large amount of stolen property from burglaries, which had occurred in Douglas, Okanogan and Chelan counties. The property recovered included items such as coins, tools, electronics, firearms and silencers. As a result of the investigation, deputies arrested Francisco Leyva-Saucedo, 29, of Bridgeport, for possession of stolen property in the first degree, possession of a stolen firearm, and unlawful possession of a firearm in the first degree. Deputies also arrested Crystal M. Sanabria, 28, of Bridgeport, for possession of stolen property in the first degree and possession of a stolen firearm. Both subjects were booked into Okanogan County Jail.

Feb. 9

Bridgeport, suspicious: Steakhouse Restaurant, a woman reported a number of incidents of harassment from someone over the past several years. She planned to get a court order to have the harassment stopped and wanted to document the incidents.

Feb. 10

Trinidad, trespass: 400 block of Stuhlmiller Road, a property owner reported that individuals on dirt bikes had been riding through his wheat fields. A deputy arrived at a nearby location and found 17 vehicles parked at the location. Those in the vehicles had been using dirt bikes in the area. None of them reported seeing anyone riding in the wheat fields. The deputy informed them of the importance of staying off private property.

Feb. 12

Waterville, weapons violation: Waterville School, the sheriff’s office was called to respond to a third-grader who had brought a pocket knife to school. The student was counseled on the importance of leaving the knife at home.

Bridgeport, miscellaneous: Foster Creek Avenue and Highway 17, after a traffic stop a deputy identified a person who had outstanding arrest warrants. The man was later arrested in Omak on the warrants.

Feb. 13

Bridgeport, trespass: Bridgeport Middle School, two men entered the school and attempted to have the school release several children to them. One of the men was carrying a BB gun that resembled a semi-automatic hand gun tucked in his belt. Another subject had marijuana on him. Jesus Hernandez-Garcia, 22, of Bridgeport, was arrested for criminal trespass in the first degree and for possession of a dangerous weapon on school facilities. The other subject was arrested on warrants.

Feb. 14

Bridgeport, suspicious: La Azteca Bakery, the business was contacted by a caller who claimed to be from the Douglas County PUD and threatened to shut off power if the PUD bill was not paid. The caller requested account information. No information was given.

Bridgeport, fraud/forgery: Quik E Mart, the business was contacted by a caller who claimed to be from the Douglas County PUD and threatened to shut off power if the PUD bill was not paid. No information was given to the caller.