A woman who works the night shift called about the neighbors riding their dirt bikes and lawn tractor with no muffler while she tried to sleep. She also wanted to speak to an officer about an ongoing issue with the neighbors dumping dog poop outside her window.
Someone found a vehicle stuck in the snow and there were tracks walking north where it was impassable. An officer later spoke with the owner and a tow was going to extract the vehicle in the morning.
A rancher with more than 300 head of cattle said another person had torn his fence down three times in an effort to get to Forest Service property.
Someone reported finding a white Jeep Grand Cherokee with its steering column removed and no license plates. A vehicle identification number check showed the Jeep was not stolen, but it was severely damaged and most likely abandoned. A form was submitted to the county junk vehicle program for its removal.
A man with two minor warrants for his arrest in Washington reported an air compressor and a 50-foot house were taken from his driveway in the last few hours.
A brother reported his sibling missing after he rode his bike to a sporting goods store. He said his brother had back problems after being hit by a car a few years ago, but was OK other than that. The sibling called later to report his brother was home safe and he had been fixing his bike.