Nov. 26: Deputies and a dive team assisted the U.S. Coast Guard with a search for a missing boater. A boat was found crashed onto rocks near Cape Saint Mary, Lopez Island. The boat operator, a 50-year-old Bremerton man, is missing.
• Lopez deputies are investigating a break-in at the Lopez School. Computers were stolen and school property was damaged.
• A Lopez Island woman reported that mail was stolen and tampered with in her mailbox.
• A San Juan Island man reported that his identity had been stolen. Someone had attempted to open several bank accounts.
• A San Juan Island woman reported that someone had attempted to force entry to her home without success.
• A Friday Harbor man chose not to report his vehicle stolen the morning after it had been found unoccupied after a late-night crash.
• Vandalism to the public restrooms and potted ornamental trees in Sunshine Alley resulted in several hundreds of dollars in damage to the Town of Friday Harbor.
• Lopez deputies responded to an alarm at a Lopez Village business. The alarm system had malfunctioned.
Nov. 27: Lopez deputies responded to trespassers in an oyster farm. A local couple was contacted and warned.
• A 44-year-old San Juan Island woman was arrested on domestic violence charges after a Thanksgiving altercation in her home.
• Deputies checked a Friday Harbor business regarding an alarm activation. The business was found secure
Nov. 28: A vehicle was damaged in an attempt to break into it while parked at Turtleback Mountain on Orcas.
• An Orcas man was cited for unsafe backing up after a minor collision on the intersection of Orcas Road and Off Da Hill Road.
• A vehicle at Turtleback Mountain on Orcas was broken into and property that was visible in plain view was taken. Entry was gained by breaking windows.
Nov. 29: Deputies responded to a residential burglar alarm in the Eastsound area. The residence was found secure.
• Deputies responded to a commercial burglar alarm in Eastsound. The front door was found unlocked, but nothing was disturbed inside. An employee failed to lock the door when leaving the business.
• Orcas deputies are investigating a hit-and-run collision that damaged an unoccupied vehicle in the Island Market parking lot.
• Lopez deputies responded to a residential burglar alarm. The home was found secure.
Nov. 29: A Friday Harbor man turned in cash found on the sidewalk outside a Friday Harbor business.
• A Friday Harbor man turned in a backpack found at the ferry terminal.
• An Eastsound woman reported that her car had been entered while parked at the Orcas Center. Personal property was taken from the unlocked vehicle.
Nov. 30: A commercial burglar alarm in Friday Harbor proved to be false.
• Two vehicles parked at an Eastsound business were broken into and property was taken.
• Orcas deputies responded with EMS personnel on a medical call involving a combative patient.
• The upper toll booth at the Orcas Ferry Landing was damaged in a break-in.
• A prowler was reported looking in windows at a Friday Harbor residence. The suspect was gone when deputies arrived.
Dec. 1: Washington State Ferries personnel reported that a vending machine aboard the Hyak had been vandalized.
• Orcas deputies responded to a residential burglary alarm near Eastsound. The house was found secure.
• An Eastsound woman reported fuel stolen from her car while it was parked at Eastsound Airport.
• Two underage males were arrested for MIP after being observed sitting on an Eastsound beach drinking.
• An Eastsound juvenile was arrested for shoplifting at an Eastsound business. The youth was released to parents and referred to juvenile authorities.
• A San Juan Island juvenile was cited for Negligent Driving and Violation of Intermediate License restrictions after a rollover crash on Redoubt Road in American Camp. The driver had two 15-year-old friends in the car at the time of the crash. Nobody was injured.
Dec. 2: Orcas deputies investigated a commercial burglar alarm in Eastsound. The building was found to be secure.
• An Eastsound woman reported that her unlocked car had been entered and property removed while parked at the Doe Bay Resort on Nov. 30.
• Lopez deputies checked Mud Bay at the request of the U.S. Coast Guard’s report of kayaks adrift.
• Lopez deputies were requested to check on the well being of a vulnerable resident.
• A deputy assisted both parties exchange information after a minor backing collision in a Friday Harbor parking lot.
• San Juan deputies investigated a reported prowler around a rural San Juan Island home.
• Lopez deputies investigated an alarm at a residence near Lopez Village.
• San Juan deputies were called to a disturbance outside the hospital emergency room.
• A San Juan Island youth was cited for Violation of Intermediate License restrictions after a rollover crash on Beaverton Valley and No. 2 Schoolhouse Road.
• A 62-year-old San Juan Island woman escaped injury in a single-vehicle crash on San Juan Valley Road. She lost control on icy road conditions.