Wednesday, May 8
• At 10:21 a.m. deputies responded to a report of an attempted burglary at a residence on County Road 17. An alarm company that was monitoring the residence alerted deputies and the homeowner to a break-in; the front door had been kicked in, according to the report. Apparently the intruder had been scared off by the audible alarm. No one was there when deputies arrived and nothing had been taken.
Thursday, May 9
• At 1:11 p.m. an adult female resident of East Burns Valley Road reported a burglary at her residence. The woman said she came home to find that a gold band with a large diamond, six small diamonds, and two birthstones had been stolen from her house along with an unknown amount of change. According to the report, the back door of the residence had been kicked in.
• At 1:24 p.m. officers arrested and ticketed Jacob Hokenstad, 20, of Altura, for disorderly conduct after he allegedly swore and yelled abusively at deputies. Deputies responded to a report of a disturbance at a residence in Altura where Hokenstad was reportedly yelling and swearing at individuals. Deputies said that Hokenstad could not be calmed.
• At 5:20 p.m. an adult male resident of Wiscoy Ridge Road reported a burglary at his residence. The man had been gone for several weeks and returned to find that his home had been ransacked. Deputies believe the suspect broke out a basement window to enter the house and damaged cabinets and walls as he rummaged through the home. The complainant said that he is still preparing the long list of missing items.
• At 4:52 p.m. a female resident of Rolling Hills Road near Lewiston reported a burglary at her residence. The woman reported that a wedding band, an antique white gold sapphire ring, a diamond bracelet, two diamond necklaces, diamond earrings, a pearl necklace, class rings, various other jewelry, cash, silver investment certificates, bicentennial quarters, German and Mexican coins, and a Kodak camera had been stolen. A value estimate was not available at the time of the report. The woman could not remember if she had left the backdoor of her residence open or not, but deputies reported that there was no sign of forced entry.
Friday, May 10
• At 12:24 a.m. officers ticketed Alix Emily Henn Pieczonka, 20, of Minneapolis, for minor consumption after she was reportedly unresponsive in the bathroom of Cheaters Bar. Officers responded to reports of a group preparing to fight outside of Cheaters. A fight never occured, but when officers entered the bar another female reported that Pieczonka had fallen and was unresponsive in the bathroom. Pieczonka was taken by ambulance to the hospital for possible injuries and possible alcohol poisoning. A preliminary breath test indicated her blood alcohol content was .26 percent.