Monday, Nov. 2
1:37 a.m.: A complaint was made by a Plummer man who said his neighbors were outside his window goading him to come outside and fight them.
2:39 a.m.: A DUI arrest was made after a man was dropped off at Benewah Community Hospital by an unknown person. The man wrecked his car on State 5 between Plummer and St. Maries. When asked, the man did not seem to know where his vehicle was located.
5:51 a.m.: An accident was reported near milepost 48 on the St. Joe River Road. The vehicle was flipped on its top. The driver was not seen anywhere.
2:22 p.m.: A St. Maries man reported an intoxicated male driving up and down the road near his residence
3:16 p.m.: A male hitchhiker, wearing a hoodie and blue jeans, was reported for standing at the intersection of State 3 and College Ave.
8:12 p.m.: Approximately nine males were seen in front of the Grub Box acting suspicious. When the reporting person drove by and slowed down, the males scattered.
Wednesday, Nov. 4
4:39 a.m.: A chip truck was reported to be broken down on State 3. It was said to be sideways and blocking three lanes. No injury was reported.
Saturday, Nov. 7
4:43 p.m.: A Plummer woman reported being threatened by a Spokane man she purchased firewood from. She said she did not get the kind of wood she wanted nor the full seven cords. The man threatened to come to her home, take the wood back, and burn her house down. She advised the man that she owned a shotgun.
Monday, Nov. 9
4:21 p.m.: A St. Maries man reported that someone is accessing his camera via Bluetooth. The man said he wants the FBI to put a wiretap on his camera to find out who is accessing his camera. He told dispatch that he will talk to the FBI and CIA to see if they can help him.