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For the Record April 4

THURSDAY,

APRIL 4, 2013

Hospital Admissions

April 3 — Heather C. Coleman, The Dalles.

Hospital Dismissals

April 3 — Naomi E. Sullivan, Shirley A. Walsborn, The Dalles.

Accidents

There were no crashed to report on this date.

Fire

Mid-Columbia Fire &

Rescue

March 3, 8:08 a.m. – Personnel responded to the 2000 block of West 13th Street on a report of a smoke investigation. Upon arrival, crews found a large burn pile in the back yard of a residence. Contact was made with a resident who had cut down several pine trees due to a pine beetle problem. He was guarding the fire and had a permit.

March 3, 11:22 a.m. – Personnel responded to the hospital on a report of a fire alarm. Upon arrival nothing was visible. Maintenance advised they were mixing up some paste with powder and the powder went up into the detector setting it off; no problem was found.

March 3, 3:25 p.m. – Personnel responded to the 4300 block of Highway 30 on a report of two small fires in the area. Upon arrival there was no active fire but several burn piles smoldering. Crews mopped up the piles.

Personnel also responded to seven calls for emergency medical services.

Police Reports

The Dalles City

A theft report was taken Wednesday morning from the 1800 block of West 10th Street after a suspect entered a fenced compound and broke into a trailer.

Animal control responded to the 1300 block of East 14th Street on a report of two dogs at large. The dogs were captured and returned to the owner where they were warned about receiving a citation if the dogs were loose again.

A theft report was taken Wednesday morning from the 400 block of West 3rd Street after an employee advised a subject left without paying for gas.

Police responded to the middle school Wednesday afternoon on a report of criminal mischief. Teacher advised a student had vandalized some books. Subject left prior to officer arrival and was found east of the school. He was returned to the school and it was determined no crime had been committed. The school advised it would handle the disciplinary actions.

Police responded to East 1st and Madison streets Wednesday afternoon on a report of a subject trespassing on railroad property. Contact was made with the suspect who was showing his son what a train did to a penny. He was warned of trespassing and advised to move away from the tracks; he complied.

Police responded to the juvenile department Wednesday afternoon on a follow-up investigation on a reported assault. The female juvenile was contacted with her parents and she was cited for fourth-degree assault.

Police responded to the 800 block of Court Street Wednesday afternoon on a report of a domestic dispute. Contact was made with both adult subjects who advised they were having a verbal altercation; they were both warned of their conduct.

Police responded to the 600 block of Sherman Drive Wednesday afternoon after a mother reported her juvenile son was hammering down a door in their home. Contact was made with the subject and he was cited for second-degree criminal mischief and harassment.

Victor Stephen Campos, 33, Hood River, was arrested Wednesday evening at West 6th and Trevitt streets and is accused of third-degree theft and unlawful possession of methamphetamines. Elizabeth Virginia Labonte, 22, 2013 West 9th Pl., was also arrested and is accused of third-degree theft.

Police responded to the 200 block of West 6th Street early Thursday morning on a report of a domestic dispute. Caller reported hearing things being slammed in the apartment where the incident was taken place. Investigation discovered a subject was having a seizure, no crime.

Police responded to the hospital early Thursday morning on a report of an assault. Contact was made with the male victim who advised he had a verbal altercation with another male subject in the 700 block of East 12th Street and he was punched. The victim did not wish to pursue charges.

Wasco County

An informational report was taken Wednesday afternoon from Wamic after a property owner was contacted about the negligence of care for animals on her property. The incident is under investigation.

Deputy responded to the 4100 block of Chenowith Road Wednesday evening on a report of an assault. Victim claimed to have been slapped by another female earlier in the day. Deputy advised for the victim to call back if the suspect comes back to the property.

Deputy responded to the 4500 block of Highway 30 on a report of a domestic dispute. Contact was made with the subjects involved and advised that the dispute was verbal. They were warned of their conduct.

Oregon State Police

An agency assist report was taken early Thursday morning at the regional jail after a trooper assisted with a drug evaluation of a subject arrested for driving under the influence of intoxicants; the incident is under investigation.

Sherman County

Bradley Alan Torson, 52, Camas, was arrested Wednesday morning during a traffic stop on Highway 206 and is accused of unlawful entry into a motor vehicle.

Gilliam County

Daniel Ray Pickle, 36, Vancouver, was arrested Wednesday evening during a traffic stop on Interstate 84 westbound, milepost 127 and is accused of driving under the influence of intoxicants, failure to present and carry an operator’s license, and reckless driving.

Regional Jail

Ian Michael McManus, 31, Tahuya, Wash., was transported by Multnomah County and jailed on a circuit court warrant for violation of post prison supervision sanctions.

Parole and Probation

Victor James Ellett, 56, 5451 Chenowith Rd., was arrested Wednesday morning at the community corrections office and is accused of probation violation.

Lottery

Oregon

Wednesday, April 3

Powerball – 1, 6, 8, 12, 35; PB: 3

Megabucks – 10, 15, 24, 25, 34, 44

Win for Life – 4, 8, 38, 64

Pick 4 – 1 p.m. 7, 9, 9, 7; 4 p.m. 9, 7, 2, 9; 7 p.m. 9, 1, 9, 4; 10 p.m. 5, 3, 2, 8

Lucky Lines – 4, 6, 11, 16, 19, 21, 26, 32

Washington

Wednesday, April 3

Lotto – 07-19-23-35-42-45

Hit 5 – 04-09-18-29-30

Match 4 – 10-11-17-20

The Daily Game – 3-7-9

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