Banks, Crime, Police Log

Banks September 2020 Police Log

A sign noting that Banks is served by the Washington County Sheriff’s Office on NW Banks Rd. Photo: Chas Hundley

Theft – NW Main St – Two days in a row, an unknown female ran out of the In and Out Market without paying for several items.

Telephonic Harassment – NW Buckshire – In June the female victim called to report that an ex had been showing friends boudoir style photos. The female did not want to press charges at the time, but no longer wanted contact from the ex. The male was warned not to contact the victim in anyway. The female called again to report that the male had created an “Instagram” account under a different name and began contacting her asking her to remove a negative post about him she had made. Again the female did not want to press charges only to have the male stop contacting her.

Harassment – NW Main St – A supervisor with 5 Star Builders called to report that a now former employee had called and made several threats of violence. No actual events have occurred but the former employee made threats such as “Its best if you mail my last check to me otherwise I’ll bring my baseball bat with me”. The former employee was trespassed from all 5 Star Builders properties and job sites.

Juv/Dom/BHI – NW Barton Ct – Police continue to get called to a residence on NW Barton Ct. Police responded to 12 incidents in the month of September at the same location. The calls range from juvenile problems to domestic disturbances to behavior issues.

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