King City Police Log: Late March through early April, 2018
The press log is a summary of some of the calls-for-service that result in a police report being written. The press log does not include all calls-for-service where a report is written or calls for service that do not require a police report. King city police routinely respond to and resolve calls-for-service that do not require a police report.
Police responded to a non-injury traffic crash on the 15900 block of Southwest 116th Ave. in King City. Both vehicles were photographed and police assisted drivers with an information exchange. One driver was cited for an improper right turn.
King City assisted Washington County Sheriff's Office with a domestic disturbance call.
Police took a report of shoplifting from the King City Liquor Store.
Police arrested Christopher Gray of King City on outstanding arrest warrants. He was located at his home on Queen Victoria Place. He was lodged at the Washington County Jail.
Police were dispatched to the Mountain View Mobile Estates in the early morning hours on the report of a traffic crash. The vehicle crashed into two parked vehicles in the complex. The driver, a King City man, was transported to the hospital with minor injuries. He was cited with a court date for driving under the influence of intoxicants, reckless driving, reckless endangering and criminal mischief.
A King City resident was a victim of telephone scam, in which a scammer gained remote access to the victim's computer after offering a refund for a past purchase. The King City resident lost $6,500.
Police arrested a man after responding to reports of a suspicious vehicle in the area of Royal Court and King Arthur. Police identified the occupants and he was found to have an outstanding arrest warrant. He was lodged at the Washington County Jail.
Police took a report from a resident who found a large dent on the hood of her car. She didn't know when the damaged occurred but estimated in the last two weeks.
Graffiti was found on Fischer Road near 124th Avenue. It had been there for some time, and was reported to King City Public Works for removal.
Police took a report that an unknown person opened a UPS package sitting on a porch on Tempest Way and ruined its contents. The loss is valued at $400.
Police took a report from a mail carrier who was bitten by a dog on Queen Mary Avenue. The dog owner cooperated with police.