Fourth of July keeps police busy

Oroville Police Officer Gary Hirst (center) asks a man to leave, along with his brother, after officers responded to a call Wednesday evening during July 4 celebrations at Deep Bay Park. The call from the Okanogan County Sheriff's dispatch was regarding a possible assault.

Photo by Katie Teachout
Oroville Police Officer Gary Hirst (center) asks a man to leave, along with his brother, after officers responded to a call Wednesday evening during July 4 celebrations at Deep Bay Park. The call from the Okanogan County Sheriff's dispatch was regarding a possible assault.



OROVILLE — The Oroville Police Department responded quickly to a report of a possible assault during Fourth of July celebrations at Deep Bay Park Wednesday, July 4.

Chief Todd Hill, along with officers Chris Patterson and Gary Hirst, arrived around 8:45 p...

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