Nov. 6

East Wenatchee, burglary: Banning Orchards, when a staff member arrived at the office in the morning she found the blinds had been rolled up and one of the windows was cracked open. Nothing was missing from the office, but a digital video recorder machine had been unplugged and a cord was damaged. The case is under investigation.

Nov. 15

Mansfield, burglary: 10 block of Road 15 N.W., a person who was checking on a house while residents were out of town discovered that a window on a locked door had been broken and there was a subject inside the residence. The reporting party left the house and called 911. He then observed the subject leave the house and followed him on foot until the deputy arrived. Upon investigation, it was discovered that in addition to the window, a plate had also been broken inside the house. Total damages were estimated at $1,020. Billy R. Watson, 27, of Lakewood was arrested and taken into custody for residential burglary and malicious mischief second-degree.

Bridgeport, burglary: 10 block of Richards Ave., it was reported that someone had broken into an unoccupied residence within the last two weeks and had lived short-term within the residence. A window had been broken to gain entry and $300 in coins had been taken from a bedroom. There are no suspects.

Nov. 16

East Wenatchee, theft: Sunrise Court and E. Sunrise Lane, a person who had been contracted to remove an apple orchard reported that someone had removed 3-4,000 pounds of wood. The man said that he is paid $360 a dry ton for the wood. The sheriff’s office is working on investigating some vehicle descriptions that were provided.

East Wenatchee, theft: 2500 block of N.W. Columbia Ave., a woman reported that around Halloween her child’s green 20-inch BMX bicycle was taken. The bicycle was valued at $85. There are no suspects.

East Wenatchee, theft: 2600 block of Baker Ave., two political signs were taken from a yard.

Nov. 17

Rimrock, burglary: 400 block of Belmont Place, a woman reported that her sliding door had been shattered.

East Wenatchee, malicious mischief: 3000 block of 8th St. S.E., a man reported that he had left the house at about 4 p.m. to walk his dog. When he returned about 5:30 p.m. a sign was removed from his fence and both the fence and sign had been damaged. The man estimated that the value of the damage was $200.

Orondo, suspicious: 21300 block of Highway 97, it was reported that there was a black bag covered with blood in the parking lot and another in the trash can. The bags were examined and the contents were determined to have come from a deer.

Rock Island, recovered stolen vehicle: deputies spotted a vehicle driving erratically and stopped the vehicle. Two subjects were inside the vehicle and both had suspended driver’s licenses. The vehicle turned out to be stolen. The occupants were not booked into jail because of Covid booking restrictions, but the case was forwarded to the prosecutor’s office for charges.

Nov. 18

East Wenatchee, malicious mischief: 2500 block of Fancher Landing, a back window of a vehicle was shot out with a BB gun. Video footage showed that an older Cadillac had driven by the vehicle. The sound of breaking glass could be heard as the vehicle passed. Damage was estimated at $328. The sheriff’s office is investigating the case.

East Wenatchee, malicious mischief: 2200 block of Deer Run Drive, someone shot out a bedroom window with a BB gun during the night. Damage was estimated at $500. The case is believed to be connected to other similar cases on this night.

East Wenatchee, malicious mischief: 600 block of S. Lyle Ave., the driver’s door window of a vehicle parked in front of a residence was shattered during the night. Estimated damage is $100.

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