Author Archives: Dave Haviland

UPDATE: Reward offered after dog found hanging from fence post in Aberdeen alley

Fence scratches

(Updated from our story yesterday) A puppy was found deceased, in a walking harness, hanging from a fence post near the Aberdeen mansion Thursday. The Aberdeen Police Department is investigating the incident that was reported around 8 A.M. by a neighbor. That neighbor told

Ilwaco Man Arrested on Suspicion of Selling Heroin Next To School

Pacific County Sheriff's Office

On February 12th, members of the Pacific County Drug Task Force served a narcotics related search warrant upon a residence located in the 400 block of Fir street northeast. The residence in question is located in very close proximity to

Promotions at the Grays Harbor County Sheriff’s Office

Grays Harbor County Sheriff's Department

Grays Harbor County Sheriff Rick Scott has announced several recent promotions within the department. In October of 2014, Deputy Bob Wilson was promoted to Patrol Sergeant. Sgt. Wilson first started his career with the Sheriff’s Office as a Corrections Officer.

Grays Harbor Transit may soon allow any kind of (leashed) dog on the bus

Dogs on busses

You might be able to take your dog on the transit bus soon. General Manager Ken Mehin told the Grays Harbor Transit Authority this week “We are researching the possibility of allowing all dogs to ride on the bus, but

Aberdeen School District working on Strategic Plan, seeks input

Aberdeen High School Bobcat

The Aberdeen School District Board of Directors is developing a Strategic Plan. A professional facilitator from the Washington State School Directors’ Association, Mitch Everton, will be in the District on February 23-26 to conduct a series of focus groups with

Washington Emergency Management Division dropping Mondays – has no opinion on them one way or the other

WA EMD Director Robert Ezelle

The State’s Emergency Management Division is cutting out Mondays. A letter from Director Robert Ezelle says due to budget constraints the department is switching to a 4-day work week, effective March 15th. Adding that the changes will not impact emergency

Thirty-Two U.S. Senators urge EPA to approve increased biodiesel volumes

Cantwell speaks on CBR

A bipartisan group of 32 U.S. senators, including Washington state’s Patty Murray and Maria Cantwell, is calling on the Environmental Protection Agency to move quickly in approving strong biodiesel volumes under the nation’s Renewable Fuel Standards. The senators expressed concern

Aberdeen man attempted to steal car, is thwarted by witnesses

Aberdeen WA Police Department

The Aberdeen Police Department responded to a report of an unknown problem in the 100 block of West First Street.  While in route the responding officers were told the call may involve a car theft. Sgt Dale reported that as

Woman escapes Aberdeen Police custody while being transferred to jail

Jessica J. Krebs
White, Female, 23 years of age, 5-5, 129 lbs, brown hair, blue eyes.
LKA 700 Block Johns River Road
Frequents homes in the Aberdeen and Hoquiam area.

Aberdeen Police are looking for a woman after she slipped out of custody while being transported from their jail. Police Captain John Green tells us at about 6:20 P.M. on Monday evening, Jessica Krebs was being loaded into the jail van

Hoquiam Police say goodbye to Explorer Tom Johnson as he turns 21

Hoquiam Mayor Jack Durney, Police Chief Jeff Myers and Explorer Tom Johnson

The Hoquiam Police Department said goodbye to a longtime volunteer last night, 21 year old Tom Johnson accepted his forced retirement recently. Hoquiam Police Chief Jeff Myers told the Hoquiam city council last night “Tom has been an Explorer Scout