Feb. 21

East Wenatchee, fraud/forgery: A man reported that he had received W-2 forms from 14 different employers for which he had not worked. He said that in January 2019 he lost his wallet containing his Social Security card, permanent resident card and driver’s license. He had not reported the loss to law enforcement at that time. The man was told he needs to contact the Social Security Administration about the W-2 forms.

East Wenatchee, assault: 1400 block of South Tyee Avenue, a man reported that a woman had come into his residence and assaulted his wife. The deputy contacted the alleged victim, who said the suspect was arguing with her and spit on her and punched her in the face. The suspect, who lives in the same trailer park, was contacted and reported that she had been drunk and did not remember assaulting the woman. Cheyenne Rene Matney-Ruse, 19, of East Wenatchee, was arrested on suspicion of fourth-degree assault and booked into the Chelan County Regional Justice Center.

Feb. 22

Bridgeport, malicious mischief: 900 block of Maple Street, a gray Honda Accord was vandalized during the night or early morning. There were scratches found all around the car, including some profanity. Something was jammed in the driver’s side key hole, so that the door could not be unlocked. The victim said she did not suspect any individual, but said that she works for the company that manages the apartment complex and had recently delivered some letters about parking violations. She wondered if the incident was related to this. Damage to the vehicle was estimated at between $800 and $1,500.

Orondo, malicious mischief: 300 block of Entiat Place, the community manager of the Sun Cove development reported that a vehicle had run into a mailbox cluster. This cluster had knocked over two other clusters. The first cluster, valued at $1,100, would need to be replaced. The case is under investigation.

Rock Island, property: 600 block of Second Street Southwest, a man reported that his children had found a wallet outside his residence. The wallet belonged to someone who worked in the orchard across the street. The owner of the wallet said that $700 in cash was missing from it. He said he had lost it on Feb. 4, but did not report the incident.

Feb. 24

East Wenatchee, vehicle prowl: Eller Street Southeast and Rock Island Road, a man was seen walking around parked vehicles in a suspicious manner. The deputies checked the area and could not locate the man.

East Wenatchee, malicious mischief: 4000 block of Bluerock Drive Northeast, a vehicle that was towed came back with damage that had not been on it before. There was also some blood on the dash. The reporting party said she thought she knew who did this to the vehicle and wanted to press charges. The case is under investigation.

Feb. 25

East Wenatchee, theft: Pipkin Construction, a section of about 20 feet of 2-inch diameter wire was cut from a large rock crusher during the night. The wire was dragged to an exterior fence and a hole was cut through the fence to get the wire out of the yard. The total cost for the lost wire and damage to the equipment and fence was estimated at $1,500. The case is under investigation.

Feb. 26

East Wenatchee, theft: 300 block of South Mary Lane, a woman reported that a known person had taken an electronic facial brush valued at $90 from her bathroom. The woman said she did not want to press charges, but just wanted her brush back. The deputy was unable to contact the suspect, but the brush was returned later that day.

Rock Island, theft: Central Washington Concrete gravel pit, about 200 feet of wire of several sizes was taken from various pieces of machinery. Someone dragged the wire to a fence on Highway 28 and cut a hole in the fence to get the wire out of the yard. The loss of the wire was estimated at $2,600, and the damage to the fence was estimated at $200. The case is under investigation.

Orondo, burglary: 10 block of Mountain Spring Road, a resident reported that people had taken items from his property over the past several months. One of these was a cargo trailer with tools in it valued at a total of $100,000. The man said he had not reported this when it occurred, but was reporting it now because he had information on who could have taken it. The case is under investigation.

East Wenatchee, assault: Clovis Point Intermediate School, a female student assaulted another female student over an issue with a ring. The assault resulted in minor injuries. The case was referred to the Douglas County Juvenile Department and to the prosecutor’s office for review.

Orondo, no injury accident: Browns Canyon Road, milepost 3, there was a report of a wrecked vehicle in the roadway and another report of a man walking down the road from the vehicle. The deputy inspected the vehicle and determined the likely trajectory of its crash. The deputy was not able to locate the driver. The vehicle was towed from the location.