Tuesday, March 30
6:12 p.m.: A report was filed that individuals were harassing elk by flying drones over them near Goosehaven Road.
Wednesday, March 31
1:12 a.m.: An emaciated puppy was found at the dumpsters near the St. Maries Gun Range. The puppy was taken to a vet.
7:55 a.m.: A Plummer resident reported that a neighbor is threatening to dig a ditch through an easement road to deny them access to their property.
2:07 p.m.: A train passing through Worley near Hwy 95 sparked a grass fire that spread into nearby trees.
1:28 p.m.: A Riverdale resident requested a deputy to respond to traffic on Riverdale Drive. The resident said, “It looks like the Indie 500 out there.”
10:48 p.m.: A DeSmet resident reported that some things were missing from her residence. She said a roommate claimed the Benewah County Sheriff’s Office instructed her to “round up all of her roommates and bring them all in for finger printing and lie detector tests.”
Thursday, April 1
2:05 p.m.: A Tensed resident reported that a fire was approximately “150 feet big” and out of control.
3:42 p.m.: An individual flying a drone near Sanders Road reported being threatened and shot at. The man then threatened to shoot the individual’s drone and dog.
10:04 p.m.: A caller reported that there was a “pretty good fight going on in front of the bars,” in St. Maries.
Friday, April 2
2:18 p.m.: A Fernwood man reported that a group of boys who did not look old enough to be driving were out terrorizing the street on ATVs.
6:37 p.m.: A Fernwood woman reported that a group of teenagers were racing quads up and down the road. She tried to talk to the teenagers, and they replied that they would be back to start a fire.
Saturday, April 3
8:30 a.m.: A DeSmet resident reported that his neighbors were harassing and threatening him. He said he could not say more because they have his house bugged. He said he would call back on his dad’s phone.
3:39 p.m.: A St. Maries resident reported that her neighbor deliberately set her property on fire.
Sunday, April 4
12:59 p.m.: A caller reported they received a bomb threat. The location was not specified.
Monday, April 5
11:32 a.m.: A St. Maries Middle School student was reported for disobeying a bus driver and puncturing a bus seat repeatedly.
Tuesday, April 6
9:50 a.m.: A Benewah County deputy reported passing a suitcase that had fallen out of a vehicle and popped open leaving clothes all over the road.