Domestic violence, harassment | Buckley Police Blotter

Police responded to a Ryan Road address for a domestic violence issue that had turned physical. Also, two calls were received regarding harassment, one on Third Street and another on Sorensen Street.

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AUGUST 27: Daily calls involved a theft on Main Street, a Rosewood Drive animal complaint, SR 410 traffic complaint and 27 traffic stops.

AUGUST 26: Police responded to a Ryan Road address for a domestic violence issue that had turned physical. Also, two calls were received regarding harassment, one on Third Street and another on Sorensen Street. From the same block of Sorensen Street, a call was received about a party involving juveniles.

 

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