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Barking dogs prompt police call | Buckley police reports March 1-5
ANIMAL TROUBLE: Police received a complaint the morning of March 5 regarding dogs that had been barking for hours at a Dieringer Avenue residence. No one was at the home, so an officer left a warning note and a copy of the city ordinance concerning nuisance barking.
DOMESTIC SITUATION: An officer responded the morning of March 3 to at domestic violence call stemming from a residence on B Street. The officer met with the wife, but the husband fled when police arrived. A report was initiated and a criminal citation was issued for the husband.
RECKLESS: While on routine patrol at 9:39 p.m. March 2 an officer spotted a vehicle on A Street. The driver revved the engine and drove recklessly in the presence of two males on bicycles. He was placed under arrest for reckless driving, cited and released at the scene.
INTOXICATED: A driver failed to dim her headlights at 3:20 a.m. March 2, prompting a traffic stop on 112th Street. The driver performed some voluntary tests and was then placed under arrest for driving under the influence.VEHICLE PROWL: Police responded at 11 p.m. March 1 to a Sergeant Street address after learning of a vehicle prowl. Victims told of two vehicles being entered, with items stolen.
SEVERAL INFRACTIONS: A city officer stopped a speeding vehicle shortly after midnight March 1. The stop occurred on state Route 410. The driver provided a passport from the Ukraine and was found to be wanted on an outstanding arrest warrant. He was arrested but later released after being given a later court date. The Buckley officer cited him for several infractions.