On June 27, 2019 officers and mental health professional responded to a house regarding a resident with mental health issues that was going to be homeless because the house is being sold. The resident has not made living arrangements for when the homes sales and has stopped taking his medications. A cell phone and minutes was purchased for him so the mental health professional and other crisis assistance could reach him.
On June 23, 2019 officers were dispatch to a local motel regarding a family staying there. Officers arrived and made contact with a female, her five (5) children and both of her parents who live with her. She explained that she recently left abusive husband and has been staying at the hotel for the last five (5) days. She has spent most of her money on hotel and food for everyone. She is working with […]
On June 23, 2019 officers contacted a female asking for money at the Winco entrance. The female had a one (1) year old baby in a stroller. She explained to officers that they were traveling from California on their way to Spokane to find work. Their vehicle broke down and they used all their money to fix it. They needed gas to make it to Spokane. Officers filled their vehicle with gas and gave them […]
On June 21, 2019 officers were dispatched to the Kadlec emergency clinic for a possible child molestation call with a three (3) year old being the victim. Officers found a find a family of five (5) had recently moved out of their apartment because it was too expensive. They work in the fields and don’t make much. They moved in with their parents who will not allow them to have a house key. Neither parent […]
On June 18, 2019 officers were dispatched to do a welfare check on a male, female and an infant in the area of Walmart. The reporting party advised there was a male and female with a small infant holding a sign on the corner asking for money for hotel and gas. Officers contacted the couple who were very cooperative, polite and respectful. Both identified themselves with identifications. They told officers they came to the Tri-Cities […]
On June 14, 2019 officers responded to a call from a female reporting that she was in a bad relationship, domestic violence, and needed assistance getting a temporary place for her and two children. Two nights at Motel 6 were purchased for her and her children.
On June 13, 2019 officers responded to a call for assistance for fuel. Officers contacted a male who advised he had gone to his church asking for assistance for fuel while he is searching for a job. The church, The Garden Church, great supporters of the foundation sent him to speak to an officer for assistance. An officer met the male at gas station and filled his suburban with gas.
On June 13, 2019 officers responded to a call of child rape. Female reported to officers that her daughter had disclosed to her that her stepfather has been sexually molesting her. Female has been trying to get the stepfather to leave but he refuses. Funds were used to place female and her 3 children at Best Western for 3 nights until an order can serve on the stepfather to have him leave the residence. They […]
On June 12, 2019 a single mother of 3 was a victim of a stolen vehicle. Vehicle was located, recovered, and impounded by a local tow yard. Female having limited means was not able to pay for the tow and storage fees. Assistance was provided to assist her in getting her vehicle back.
On June 8, 2019 Officers responded to a domestic violence call. During the incident the father had destroyed all of the family’s phones and communication devises. After further investigation it was discovered that the father had also been sexually abusing the 13-year-old daughter. Family did not have the funds to replace communication devices. A cell phone along with 1500 minutes were purchased to allow the family to have access to emergency services and law enforcement […]