The Aberdeen Police Department has released information on the shooting and robbery incident that took place Sunday evening on West Second Street where initial dispatch reports said that someone had been shot.  APD now says that was not the case, the person had been sprayed with mace and that is not all to the story. 

The Aberdeen Police Department is looking for information on a shooting that occurred Sunday morning where a van with people sleeping it in down at the homeless river camp was shot at and hit with a shotgun.  

The Ocean Shores Police Department released a statement Monday evening in regards to a call they received Sunday evening in where a woman was claiming to be suicidal, using that as an excuse to get help and away from 2 of the 3 men that had raped her. 

The USCG says that they were contacted by a fishing vessel the Bell M. Shimad that was 40 miles off the coast of Grays Harbor Sunday evening August 26th, 2018 after the woman was suffering a medical emergency.  GHS has the video below the article that the Coast Guard has shared of the evac. 

The Grays Harbor County Sheriffs Office has confirmed Monday morning that a fisherman had located a body at the boat launch on SR 109 Sunday morning. The case is being investigated as a homicide as the manner of death has indicated as such,  

The Washington State Patrol received reports of a possible abduction taking place at Heritage Park in Olympia at the State Capital at 10:30 p.m. on August 22, 2018.  This is close to home for our Grays Harbor Scanner fans, so we are putting this out. 

Grays Harbor County Chief Criminal Deputy Brad Johanson tells a story that you would think would come from the movies.  A 27-year old man was kidnapped, beaten and held hostage as his kidnappers thought he had stolen their illegal drugs. 

More on this in the official press release below;

The State Route 8 accident that was originally dispatched as a hit and run with a vehicle in the ditch at milepost 8 is said to still be under investigation for as to who was at fault.  

Yesterday afternoon amongst all the chaos of the structure fire in Hoquiam another tough call came out for EMS responders, one that they never want to hear come over the radio - The possible drowning of a 2 1/2-year-old child. 

We have more on this from Chief Criminal Deputy Johanson.

The Hoquiam Police Department still has no suspect in the robbery which occurred on May 25, 2018 at Smoketown, and there is now a reward being offered for credible information leading to the arrest of the person.  More from Chief Jeff Myers below.

Grays Harbor Scanner got this in Wednesday late afternoon in regards to an accident that had Hoquiam traffic snarled for a bit. More from Chief Jeff Myers;

On Wednesday, July 18, 2018 at approximately 10:53 AM, Hoquiam officers were advised of a newer red Camero traveling eastbound on Emerson Ave swerving all over the road. At one point, the citizen following the car indicated the driver had crossed into the oncoming lane and had almost caused a head-on collision.

Within moments, officers were advised the Camero had struck several parked cars in the 700 block of Simpson Avenue. The driver had reportedly exited the Camero and was stuffing items into a backpack in the trunk.

First posted as an alert on the Grays Harbor Scanner Facebook page, the Aberdeen Police Department now tells us that a white Chevy pick-up ran the red light striking the pedestrian and fled the scene, the suspect later called and turned himself in.  

More on this from Lt. Darst with the Aberdeen Police Department. 

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