Oct. 18

Rimrock Meadows, burglary: the manager reported that eight cabins had been entered. Some had been damaged and or had items missing. Missing items include a 2004 Yamaha Rhino ATV and batteries from a separate residence. The incidents are under investigation.

Waterville, scam: 200 block of Grand Valley Road, a subject received a check for $2,999.99 in the mail. He recognized this as a scam attempt and destroyed the check.

East Wenatchee, burglary: 2600 block of NW Cascade Avenue, a subject attempted to access a residence by using a knife to pry open the door. The burglar did not gain entry. The knife was left at the scene.

East Wenatchee, fraud/forgery: 3100 block of NW Empire Avenue, a victim was offered money, but told he needed to give out his banking information in order to receive it. He gave out the information and lost $2,500, which was transferred out of the country.

East Wenatchee, malicious mischief: 1700 block of Eighth Street NE, three vehicles damaged by rocks. Total damage is estimated at $7,250. There are no suspects.

Oct. 19

East Wenatchee, theft: 400 block of Neptune Place, a mailbox was taken.

Rimrock, trespass: 100 block of Pixlee Road, there was a report of hunters trespassing on the property. The property owners did not wish to pursue charges.

Oct. 20

Rimrock Meadows, burglary: 100 block of Corning Drive, an old camper and a wood structure were entered and a .22 caliber rifle was stolen. The sheriff’s office is waiting for a complete list of missing items.

Oct. 21

Waterville, drugs: 00 block of Mountmorvic Ranch Road, drugs were located in a diaper bag provided to the complainant. There were no suspects.

Oct. 22

East Wenatchee, burglary: 2100 block of South Melody Lane, items were taken from two different houses under construction. These included an electric fireplace valued at $1,000 and a pallet of flooring valued at $3,000. A car battery valued at $300 was taken from a generator. The case is under investigation.

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