Othello Police Department Thursday, June 13 8:41 p.m., Police responded to a theft on South Second Avenue. 10:42 p.m., Police arrested Mario Paricio, 25, Othello, on two Adams County warrants. Wednesday, June 12 8:15 a.m., Police responded to a theft on South First Avenue. 10 a.m., James Weinkauf, 45, Othello, was arrested for assault fourth degree. Tuesday, June 11 2:59 p.m., Police responded to a burglary on South Second Avenue. 3:46 p.m., Police responded to a theft on First Avenue. 6:20 p.m., Police responded to a theft on Second Avenue. 6:07 p.m., Police responded to a theft on South First Avenue. 8:30 p.m., Police responded to a theft on Fir Street. 10:48 p.m., Someone stole a vehicle on Ninth Avenue. Adams County Sheriffs Office Saturday, June 15 4:40 p.m., Deputies assisted the Washington State Patrol with an occupied stolen vehicle on Interstate 90 near Ritzville. 8:39 p.m., A deputy arrested someone on an Adams County warrant on West Panama Road. 9:22 p.m., A woman reported her vehicle was hit in the parking lot of the rodeo grounds. She doesn't know who hit it. 11:52 p.m., A deputy stopped a driver for failure to yield the right of way. The driver was arrested for driving under the influence and license suspended third degree. Friday, June 14 2:44 p.m., A woman reported her fence and vehicle on West Rainier Road were damaged by a bullet. 9:21 p.m., A driver was arrested for eluding. Thursday, June 13 11:14 a.m., A woman reported two vehicles on South Wagon Road were spray painted and damaged. 10:42 p.m., A man on South Highway 24 was contacted for issuance of civil papers. He also had two warrants for his arrest. He was served the papers and arrested on the warrants. Wednesday, June 12 1:30 a.m., A deputy attempted to stop a vehicle on West Highway 26. The vehicle's driver failed to stop and attempted to elude the deputy. The deputy followed the vehicle for several miles and found it unoccupied, with two people walking away from it in an orchard. The subjects were cited and released for obstructing. The driver of the vehicle is still outstanding. 10:26 a.m., A man reported someone took a vehicle off his property in Lind. Tuesday, June 11 2:25 p.m., A juvenile with a warrant was found and taken into custody. His vehicle was searched. Narcotics and paraphernalia were located in the vehicle. A charge of possession of marijuana, less than 40 grams, will be forwarded to Adams County Juvenile Services. Monday, June 10 9:59 a.m., A man reported tools were taken from his truck on West Barbara Road. 11:09 a.m., A woman reported her car was keyed at the Lind Combine Derby. 7:25 p.m., A woman on South Saddle Road reported her grandson's bicycle was stolen. 9 p.m., A woman reported someone entered a couple vehicles on South Sundance Road and took some items. The headphones for the in-car DVD player were taken but cash was left behind. Sunday, June 9 8:38 a.m., Someone stole approximately 20 cases of beer from the beer garden at the Lind derby grounds. 9:23 a.m., Someone stole several items, including a firearm, out of a truck on Rayburn Road, after breaking out the driver's side rear side window. Adams County District Court Wednesday, June 5 Gyeric Gonzales, 22, Othello, $695, 364 days given, 363 days suspended, one day to serve Pablo Mendoza, 21, Othello, criminal street gang tagging, $250, 364 days given, 20 days to serve, 344 days suspended, 20 days already served Pablo Mendoza, 21, Othello, theft third degree, minor in possession of alcohol, $695, 364 days given, 10 days to serve, 354 days suspended, 10 days already served Ivan Montejano, 27, Warden, striking an unattended car, driving while license suspended, $895, 364 days given, 10 days to serve 354 days suspended Teresa Reyes-Villanueva, 38, Othello, failure to stop, no proof of insurance, $726 Adams County Fire District No. 5 Thursday, June 13 2:35 p.m., shop fire at 665 S. Billington. Tuesday, June 11 4:31 p.m., grass fire at 2364 W. Covey Road. Monday, June 10 11:48 a.m., power pole fire at South Highway 17 and West Muse Road. 6:31 p.m., vehicle collision at West Highway 26 and South Thacker Road. City of Othello Fire Department Thursday, June 13 9:49 a.m., false alarm at 1415 S. First Ave., Evergreen Implement. Wednesday, June 12 3:42 p.m., false alarm at 615 S. 18th Ave. Tuesday, June 11 9:40 p.m., false alarm at 615 S. 18th Ave. Two arrested for drug trafficking and manufacturing near George Two George men are jailed after Grant County's Interagency Narcotics Enforcement Team raided their home Wednesday afternoon. INET, working in cooperation with the Columbia River Drug Task Force (CRDTF) from the Wenatchee area, focused on the two men during a six-month-long investigation into the trafficking of drugs between Wenatchee and the Quincy and George area. June 13, INET, CRDTF, Grant County Sheriff deputies and an agent from the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) raided 16258 County Road 1-Northwest, arresting Servando Alonso Flores, 38, and Viancy Ambriz Villa, 27. Both are now lodged in the Grant County Jail on suspicion of: * Possession of Methamphetamine * Possession of Methamphetamine with intent to deliver * Running a Rooster-fighting Operation * Conspiracy to Manufacture Cocaine * Manufacturing Marijuana, and * School Zone Violation Enhancements for drug activity near a school. Flores and Villa are also being held on an immigration detainer, in this case for the jail to maintain custody of Flores and Villa - neither of who are U.S. citizens - while ICE works out the details to assume custody. During the raid, one firearm was seized, one vehicle was seized and officers found almost one ounce of pure methamphetamine, a large marijuana growing operation and evidence of cocaine residue. INET was assisted by Deputies of the Grant County Sheriffs Office. "INET's partnership with the Columbia River Drug Task Force helped stop this drug trafficking and manufacturing business, which was affecting the health and safety of people throughout central Washington," Sheriff Tom Jones said. "Their actions demonstrate a commitment to halting dangerous criminals who provide drugs to users in our communities."