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The Daily Record
Sept 29, 2004
According to Kittcom documents, the following incidents were some of the situations reported to emergency services from Sept. 23 through Sept. 28
A Cle Elum woman reported her 14-year-old son refused to go to school
Two women walking on Canyon Road were asking people for money.
A dog was left in a locked vehicle on the university campus.
A Deer Creek Road resident reported the ongoing problem of people dumping garbage and leaving vehicles in the area.
A Roslyn man reported someone was threatening to take his furniture.
A woman reportedly asked a boy on Fourth Avenue if he wanted candy, then walked away.
Someone in an SUV was reportedly watching homes on Smithson Road.
A domestic dispute was reported on Kimberly Lane.
An 18th Avenue resident had questions about a neighbor’s alarm clock going off.
A Ruby Street resident reported hearing gunshots.
A woman could not remember were her car was parked.
A man on antidepressants was reportedly talking about killing someone.
A Roslyn resident reported his landlord’s brother broke into his home.