Community Care Case On June 6, 2018 Officers responded to a domestic disturbance. A female is temporary living at her mother’s house because she is a victim of domestic violence with her boyfriend and order violation. She has no criminal record. Today she and her mother got into an argument which resulted in her mother kicking her out of the house, which left her homeless. Officers purchased a one night stay at Clover Island Inn.
Community Care Case On May 31, 2018 Officer Whitney was dispatched to a court order violation at Barnes and Nobles. Female reported that her ex has just contacted her and took her bags and was waiting at Barnes and Nobles for her to get her bags back. Inside her bags were all her possessions because she is moving to Spokane. She stated that she is homeless and has no place to stay until her bus […]
Community Care Case On May 30, 2018 – A local young single mother, is working on getting her High School Diploma. She had a child as a teenager which resulted in her dropping out of High School. As a young adult, she has decided to get her diploma and not her GED. She is completing a program at CBC where she will receive her diploma. As part of the program, one of her assignments is […]
Community Care Case On May 29, 2018 Officers responded to a Domestic Dispute. They found a pregnant female with four children. As a result of the dispute, her boyfriend changed the locks on the apartment which he was on the lease and she was not. Management refused to give her a key. She has been living in her car with her four children until she can secure housing elsewhere. The contact was on Tuesday; officers […]
Community Care Case On May 25, 2018, a female came to the station to request a report be written about a civil issue. She explained her husband left her years ago. He does not financially support her or her four children. She works night shift so that she can support the family and still be available during the daytime to manage the kids to and from school. She recently began the divorce process with her […]
Community Care Case On April 14, 2018 at around one in the morning Officer Perkins was dispatched to a welfare check of a female with a head wound and bleeding. When he arrived medics were at the location. Medics advised that female no longer needed medical attention but did in fact needed help. When contacted by Officer Perkins she explained that she is from Eltopia and a friend dropped her off in Richland during the […]
Community Care Cases On August 14, 2018 Officers McGee and Harrington were contacted by Oregon State Patrol to assist with a death notification. The victim worked for Umatilla County, Oregon as a Highway Construction Flagger. While working on Route 11 she was struck by a DUI driver and died. The victim’s husband was very distraught when the news was delivered. He advised he could not work due to medical conditions and his wife had been […]
Community Care Cases On August 13, 2018 Officers were contacted by a family of husband, wife and three young children needing a place to stay after their apartment lease expired and new housing through Section 8 not being ready. Four nights were purchased at Clover Island. On August 17th officers followed up with the family and the apartment manager at the new location, the unit the family was supposed to move into needed more repairs […]
Community Care Cases On July 30, 2018 Officers were contacted by an employee at Lourdes Detox. A patient was struggling with addiction and wanted help. The patient’s family lives in Seattle and wanted to help but had no means to come to Tri-Cities to take the patient. Lourdes asked for assistance from the Community Care, a bus ticket was purchase for the next morning. Patient stayed at the detox center overnight and staffed transported that […]
Community Care Cases On June 13, 2018 Officer Hughes responded to a disturbance between a male and female. They recently moved to Kennewick from Moses Lake, after moving here they broke up and male kicked female out of the residence. She wanted to return to Moses Lake but did not have any money for gas. Officer Hughes assisted her by filling up her gas tank so she could return home.