On October 5, 2019, Sergeant Kiel was contacted by a male at the corner of N Perry Street and Clearwater Avenue. The male was inquiring about a shelter in Kennewick. He was advised of the Mission in Pasco, he stated that he had already tried there but it was full for the weekend. They engaged in conversation and male stated he did 15 days in jail for a trespass violation and has been clean from […]
On October 5, 2019, Officer Kuehny contacted a victim of theft of two car seats she had purchased the day of the report. She explained that she was not able to replace them until the next paycheck because she did not have funds to buy them again. Officer Kuehny asked the victim to follow him to Walmart and the community care would replace her car seats. She was very grateful!
On October 3, 2019, Officer Melone was dispatch to a malicious mischief call, the victim an elderly female on a fixed income. Suspect threw a large piece of wood through a window. She did not have the means to fix it. Funds were used to fix the window.
On September 26, 2019, Officer Reil was dispatch to a suicidal subject. He contacted a female who was having suicidal thoughts and had a plan to do it. Lourdes Counseling intervened and female was taken to Transitions, where she will receive the mental care she needs. However, she had a small child with her and needed her to be picked up by the child’s grandmother. The grandmother did not have funds for gas to drive […]
On September 23, 2019, Officer Castilleja was contacted by a female asking for assistance from the Community Care. She advised she is currently unemployed and needed $53.95 in order to make her rent payment. She explained that she lost her job after her 23-year-old daughter was in a serious car accident and she was forced to care for her. Officer Castilleja confirmed the accident. She said she is looking for a job but wanted to […]
On September 20, 2019, Officer Canada was dispatch to contact a female asking for assistance. Officer contacted female who stated she was homeless, lost her job and had a 10-year-old son. She was staying with a friend but can no longer stay there and her son was staying with her mother but she has housing restrictions and cannot stay with her anymore. She checked every resource and the Mission was full for mothers with children, […]
On September 14, 2019, Officer contacted a female who was lost. She explained that on 9/13/19 she attempted to drive to Kennewick for her niece’s wedding, which was to be on 9/14/19. While in route with her dog BJ, she took a wrong turn and headed towards Moses Lake. She finally got her directions straight and ended up in Pasco after dark on 9/13/19. She asked a church if it would be okay to for […]
On September 11, 2019, Officer Stites responded to a domestic disturbance between boyfriend and girlfriend. Female requested assistance for one night because she did not feel safe staying in the apartment since the boyfriend threatened to harm her. Funds were used to purchase one night at Clover Island.
On September 1, 2019, Sergeant Jackson was contacted by female requesting assistance with one night lodging at the Super 8 where she had been staying for the last 24 days. She reported that she had been a victim of sexual assault in West Richland where the incident happened and she no longer feels safe. Sergeant Jackson confirmed that she had made the report with West Richland Police Department as she stated. When asked what her […]
On August 26, 2019, Sergeant Jackson was dispatch to a call of a female who requested contact regarding needing assistance. He contacted the female, her disabled father and four children who had recently been displaced from their home after the owner failed to renew their lease when they were not able to afford his proposed increase in rent. She advised she had been paying for a hotel room but has run out of money. When […]
On May 31, 2019 officers responded to residence with a female reporting she had found concerning materials in her garage that she shared with ex-boyfriend. Officers viewed the materials and they appeared to be materials used to make pipe bombs as well as hand written instructions. Female was very cooperative with officers. Officers asked her to if she had a place to stay while all the materials were removed and she advised that she did […]
On May 21, 2019 officers responded to a female asking for assistance with temporary lodging while she waits for her approved HUD housing to come through. She recently became unemployed and is struggling to provide for her 2 adopted and 1 special needs children. Three nights were purchased at Clover Island Inn for her. Officer asked if she needed assistance with food and she declined and advised she had state assistance for food. She was […]
On May 16, 2019 officers responded to call from a female asking for assistance. They contacted female who advised she had been evicted from her apartment due to lack of payment. Her vehicle also broke down recently. Female had 3 children with her, ages 6, 4 and 2. She told officers she had applied for assistance but had nowhere to go during the weekend. Four nights (Thursday – Sunday) were purchased at Motel 6 for […]
On May 15, 2019 officers responded to Trio Medical Center. The reporting party was asking for assistance. She advised that her family (husband and children) had gotten assistance before from the foundation because of their living situation. Family was supposed to get assistance from the state for an apartment but they didn’t meet requirements and they been staying with friends and relatives and now they are homeless. A night at the EcoloLodge was purchased for […]