Tag Archives: Hoquiam Police
The Hoquiam Police Department nabbed what they describe as a prolific vehicle prowler. Police Chief Jeff Myers tells us they’ve linked 26 year old Troy N. Hodge, of McCleary, to 16 additional vehicle prowls from Aberdeen to Olympia to Centralia.
No charges are being filed against the parents of the boy who fired their gun in Hoquiam earlier this month. City Attorney Steve Johnson said in a press release this morning that “after careful review of the evidence and discussions
Hoquiam Police responding to separate incidents in the same area last night made one arrest on felony warrants. Officer Daniel McCartney tells us they received separate reports of an assault, and an attempted kidnapping in the 300 block of 28th
The Washington State Department of Transportation said they saw no damage besides a broken light to the Riverside bridge in Hoquiam yesterday, after a 75 foot boat broke loose from its mooring and drifted into the bridge yesterday morning. Sgt
The Washington State Department of Transportation is inspecting damage to the Riverside Bridge in Hoquiam, after a 75 foot boat drifted into the structure earlier this morning. Sgt Mitchell with the Hoquiam Police Department tells us the Coast Guard was
Hoquiam Police are hosting a Bike Rodeo at Central Elementary School today Chief Jeff Myers said this morning;”This is something we started a couple of years ago, and has turned into an annual event right before school gets out. This
Hoquiam police found a couple of people passed out in their car, and recovered a firearm that may have been stolen recently from Aberdeen. Police Chief Jeff Myers tells us just after 2 A.M. on May 13th they contacted a
UPDATE: Sorry Chief…. Tips sought after child reports man asking her to get in a vehicle while walking to school
Aberdeen and Hoquiam Police are asking for the public’s help identifying a possible luring suspect who followed a girl with his truck across Myrtle street Wednesday. Hoquiam Sgt. Jeff Salstrom tells us at about 6 p.m. Wednesday, Aberdeen Police officers were
Americans nationwide showed their support for the United States Drug Enforcement Administration’s (DEA’s) National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day program by dropping off more prescription pills than ever. After seven previous Take Back Days spread over almost four years, 780,158 pounds
Hoquiam Police recovered a couple of stolen cars overnight, after a car chase ended in a car wreck, then a foot chase at Washington Street. Police have one person in custody, another who is known to police remains at large.