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"Police blotter, Nov. 3"

"The following items were selected from reports made to the Island County Sheriff’s Office.Friday, Oct. 29At 8:07 a.m., a man was reported recklessly driving a green/metallic blue Geo Metro, southbound on Goldie Road. He was later reported passing vehicles on the right side on Highway 20. He was not found.A generator and a kerosene heater were reported stolen from an Oak Harbor tool rental business at 11:35 a.m.. At 3:38 p.m. a caseworker from the Child Protective Service requested help from the Island County Sheriffs Office to investigate a report of child abuse at an Oak Harbor daycare center.At 3:42 p.m. a woman reported that a female resident of a Torpedo Road home was harboring her runaway daughter. She then told her daughter to get her things together, but left without the daughter.At 5:23 p.m. a West Beach Road resident reported an attempted burglary. The woman said she went downstairs in her home and found her son’s girlfriend hiding in the closet and that the girlfriend, who fled the scene, was not supposed to be there.At 6:39 p.m., a Rhododendron Drive resident reported that her car had rolled down the driveway and crashed into the house across the street, causing substantial damage to both the car and the house. No injuries were reported.Saturday, Oct. 30At 2:24 a.m., a Salal Street resident reported that her car had been prowled and her car stereo had been stolen.At 4:06 p.m., a woman reported by cell phone that she spotted a couple in a red pickup arguing at the intersection of Swantown Road and Crosswoods Center. She said that the woman got out of her car and was walking along Swantown Road and the man kept pulling up next to her or in front of the woman, blocking her progress and trying to coax her back into the car.At 5:24 p.m. a DeVries Road resident reported hearing gun shots in his neighborhood all day. He said that earlier, a deer came into his yard and died from a gunshot wound that was not caused by either a shotgun or a bow.Sunday, Oct. 31At 12:34 p.m., a Coupeville-area resident reported that a neighbor’s little girl walked over to her home and said her mom wanted someone to call the police because her parents were fighting.At 6:37 p.m., an Oak Harbor resident reported that at least two unknown persons in a maroon Chrysler minivan were shooting a BB or pellet gun at kids in the area of Swantown Road and Crossroads Circle.Monday, Nov. 1At 10:58 a.m., employees of the Island County Animal Shelter asked for assistance from the sheriff’s office. It seems that a couple showed up to pick up their dogs, but the dogs had been adopted out. The owners were described as very upset. Officers rendered assistance.At 2:38 p.m. a Libbey Road resident reported that she had returned home to find a man in her house that she had placed a restraining order on. She said that the man “looked high” on marijuana.At 3:07 p.m.. a Pasek Street resident called to report substantial damage had been done to her car over the weekend when two men were fighting each other and ended up on her vehicle. At 7:24 p.m. a Northgate Way resident reported that someone put a plastic trash bag, securely tightened, over the top of her chimney. When she started a fire in her her fireplace, the entire residence was filled with smoke.At 10:03 a.m. a Haga Road resident reported that when a Domino’s Pizza delivery person came to his residence at about 9:15 p.m., his cat got out and went under the delivery person’s car. The man told the delivery person to let him get it out, but she drove off and over the man’s cat. He reported that the cat was injured but alive. "

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