East Wenatchee, graffiti: 4300 block of Badger Mountain Road, graffiti was painted on the side of a grain bin. There are no suspects.
Bridgeport Bar, fraud/forgery: 00 block of Cedar Avenue, a person discovered $1,778 in unauthorized charges on her checking account made to a cable company between April and September. The sheriff’s office is investigating.
Waterville, no injury accident: 300 block of East Poplar Street, a woman observed that a vehicle veered over the fog line in front of her residence and crashed into two flower pots before continuing westbound. The woman estimated the damage at $80. The sheriff’s office completed a state accident report.
Orondo, disturbance: 00 block of Trina Marie Road, during an argument a man pulled out a pocket knife and pushed it toward the stomach of another man, causing pain but not breaking the skin. The suspect was located and contacted. The victim did not wish to pursue charges.
East Wenatchee, burglary: Van Well Nursery, a door to a shop was kicked in and a gas pump used. Gas valued at $92 was taken and damage to the door was estimated at $50. This has happened on other occasions. There are no suspects.
Bridgeport, malicious mischief: 1100 block of Douglas Avenue, five to six juveniles between the ages of 8 and 10 took a candy machine from a front porch and placed it in an alleyway where they used rocks to smash it. They removed an unknown amount of quarters from the machine. The sheriff’s office was able to identify the boys involved. The victim did not wish to pursue charges.
Rock Island, vehicle prowl: North Valley Mechanical, the padlocks on several light-duty box trucks were removed and power tools valued at $1,000 were taken from the trucks. There are no suspects.
East Wenatchee, theft: 600 block of North Minor Street, 80 pain pills were missing from a monthly mail prescription. The sheriff’s office is investigating the case.
East Wenatchee, scam: 2500 block of Aviation Drive, a woman was contacted by a person saying he or she was with the U.S. Embassy and that her date of birth and social security number were found at a crime scene. In order to resolve the problem she would need to purchase a Visa card at Walmart and send the information on the card to the caller. There was also a follow-up call from someone posing to be from the East Wenatchee Police Department. The victim purchased the card but did not follow through with providing the information from the card to the caller and did not lose any money.
East Wenatchee, vehicle theft: Intersection of Stark Ave. and 10th Street, a white 1997 GMC 1500 pickup truck with the company name and logo of a landscaping company, as well as a 1988 Chevrolet Silverado were taken from in front of a residence. The vehicles have been listed as stolen.
East Wenatchee, vehicle prowl: Pangborn Airport, someone drilled through the lock of a toolbox parked at the airport and removed $1,000 to $1,500 in power tools sometime between Oct. 24 and Oct. 28.
Orondo, vehicle prowl: 800 block of Chelan Hills Acres Road, a Jeep Cherokee with a back hatch that does not lock was entered sometime within the last month. Binoculars valued at $3,500, a chainsaw valued at $1,000, an ax valued at $120 and a hatchet valued at $80 were taken from the Jeep. The owner thought that the prowler may have also tried to siphon gas from the Jeep. The case is under investigation