Banks, Crime, Police Log

Banks April 2020 Police Log

A Washington County Sheriff's Office vehicle. File photo taken June 9, 2018 by Chas Hundley

The following is written by Washington County Sheriff's Office deputies assigned to serve the city of Banks.

For the Month of April most parking issues are still being dealt with on a personal level to correct the issues without citations. Community members appear to be practicing good social distancing and traffic is lighter than usual during daytime hours, but speed enforcement is still happening by trying to be more visible to passing motorists. Below are some notable investigations or criminal actions occurring within the city.

• April 2nd, NW Main St, Criminal Mischief, Chevron employee reported a window was broken on his vehicle overnight in the parking lot. Suspects were spotted on video but not able to be identified. Case was cleared suspended . . .

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