Walla Walla Country Sheriff's Office

Daily Press Board


March 19, 2020

March 8

A man robbed his mother of her cell phone as she tried calling 911 at an address on Main Street. He then stole her vehicle. Waitsburg, WA.

March 9

Officers responded to an assault at the Jail. Walla Walla, WA.

Reporting party who lives in the 35000 block of W. Hwy 12 reported a disabled semi-truck on Dodd Road leaking water from an empty trailer. Reporting party believed that this was an unsecured load violation. Deputy checked and determined there was no violation. Burbank, WA

Arrest from warrant service at an address on W. 3rd Street, Waitsburg, WA.

Narcotics paraphernalia located during warrant arrest at an address on W. Hwy 12 and Dodd Road in Burbank, WA.

March 10

Summary: Narcotics were turned in for destruction.Walla Walla, WA.

Traffic complaint/ investigation at Fifth Ave. and Jantz Road. Burbank, WA.

March 11

A suicide investigation took place at an address on Fishhook Park Road and Shelton Dr. in Walla Walla County

Driver arrested by Washington State Patrol for suspicion of DUI on Cornwall Street. Dixie, WA.

March 13

A niche mausoleum in the 300 block of SE Myra Road was entered and an item stolen. Walla Walla, WA.

A motorcycle was stolen from an address on Second Street during a test drive. Motorcycle was later recovered. Dixie, WA

An unknown suspect trespassed on private property at an address in the 100 block of Island View Road, ran over irrigation pipe and broke it. Burbank, WA.

A man was arrested for recklessly discharging a firearm across a roadway at an address in the 2000 block of Waggoner Road, and another man was arrested for unlawfully possessing a firearm, making false statements, and obstructing law enforcement. Walla Walla County.

March 14

A man was arrested on a felony warrant at an address on Lake Road and E. Maple Street in Burbank, WA.

March 15

Officer was dispatched to the 300 block of Gala Dr. for an attempted suicide. Officer arrived and secured the scene for medical personnel who tended to the subject and transported them the hospital for treatment. Prescott Drive.


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