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For the Record, April 9

More car prowls reported

Car prowlers cut a swath through the unlocked cars of east The Dalles again Friday, April 5, while two vehicles across town had their windows broken to gain access to purses left in view.

Rifling of unlocked vehicle contents was reported Friday in the 1600 block of Nevada, the 2500 block of East 17th, the 1200 block of Roberts, the 1700 block, 2300 block, 2500 block and 2600 block (two reports) of East 10th.

In one incident, CDs were taken. In another a cigar was taken. In another change was taken and a key to the garage, which was entered, though nothing was taken. In the rest nothing was taken.

A woman in the 1900 block of Oakwood Drive reported Friday morning seeing a teen trying to enter a vehicle, failing, and running off.

A man in the 1900 block of Golden Way reported the same evening that he saw two people looking in his vehicles. According to police, the suspects could not be found, but the description fit suspects of other thefts.

A woman in the 2700 block of East 16th reported her unlocked vehicle had been entered and panels removed from the dash in an apparent hot-wiring attempt. Money and pills were also missing.

Another woman reported Friday that three male tranients were approaching vehicles in the parking lot at Thompson Park. Officer found only one transient and no problem.

A woman in the 200 block of Court Street reported Friday evening her vehicle window was broken and a purse was taken with $200, Social Security Cards and a passport inside.

A woman in the 400 block of Mt. Hood Street

reported the window was broken on her vehicle Saturday evening. A purse, including identification and credit cards was stolen.

A man in the 700 block of East 17th Place reported his vehicle window broken and a planter in the seat. Nothing was taken.

That same evening, a man in the 600 block of East Third Street reported finding several drivers’ licenses and pasports in the salvage bin behind his business.

Tuesday, April 9, 2013

Hospital Admissions

April 5 - Marsha N. Pearce, Roosevelt, Wash.; Sherri A. Sherman, Charles Lester Gray Jr., Harold E. Gimlin, all The Dalles.

April 6 - Caron L. Thomas, Hood River; Amy D. Ellis, and Michael J. Dunagan, both The Dalles.

April 7 - Barbara S. Wilkerson and Bertie L. Warnock, both The Dalles.

April 8 - none authorized.

Hospital Discharges

April 5 - Heather C. Coleman and Sharon M. Savage, both The Dalles.

April 6 - none authorized.

April 7 - Caron L. Thomas, Hood River; Marsha N. Pearce, Roosevelt; Michael J. Dunagan, The Dalles.

April 8 - Amy D. Ellis and Sherri A. Sherman, both The Dalles.

Accidents

The Dalles City

April 6, 8:13 a.m. – Two-vehicle, blocking, non-injury accident, East 11th And Jefferson streets.

April 8, 6:57 p.m. – Two-vehicle, non-injury crash, 2400 block of West 6th Street. Officer assisted with information exchange.

Oregon State Police

April 8, 11:42 p.m. – Single vehicle, minor injury crash, Highway 97 northbound, milepost 55. Chad Leroy Pulliam, 36, Spokane, was the involved driver. Pulliam was northbound when another semi was coming southbound and he moved off the road slightly to give the approaching semi room. Pulliam went off the road and through a fence. He had minor injuries and was released from medics. A report was taken.

Fire

Mid-Columbia Fire & Rescue

April 5, 7:27 p.m. – Personnel responded to a report a tree was on fire. It was unfounded. Rather, a man with a valid burn permit was burning yard trimmings.

April 8, 8:06 p.m. – Personnel responded to the 2100 block of West 9th Street on a report of a burn complaint. Upon arrival a smoldering burn barrel was found. Property owner was contacted and advised of burning regulations; they also put out the fire.

Agency also responded to nine calls for emergency medical service Friday, five Saturday, four Sunday and three Monday.

Police Reports

The Dalles City

The city police captain noted Friday afternoon that illegal signs had been posted all over town in violation of city ordinance, referring to “mini lap top sales.” The matter was referred to codes enforcement and patrol officers were advised to locate the sign posters.

A business in the 500 block of East Third Street reported Friday afternoon they have video of a person taking money from the tip jar. Under investigation.

A caller Friday afternoon reported a woman was walking down the middle of the road in the 2600 block of East Second Street, with no shoes on. The woman was warned about going into traffic and told she could be charged if she did it again.

A business in the 800 block of East Second Street reported Friday night a man threatened to shoot them in the face because they wouldn’t deliver pizza to Rowena. The business wanted to cancel the order because they were worried about threats. An officer tried calling the orderer’s number back, but nobody answered. While the officer was leaving, the group came for their pizza and there were no problems.

A store in the 500 block of Mt. Hood Street reported a man walked out with a 12-pack of beer. Reynaldo Perez Cruz, 29, 816 W. 10th St., was arrested and accused of probation violation and third-degree theft. The beer was found and returned to the store.

A woman in the 2000 block of West Seventh called police Saturday afternoon to say kids were shooting each other with pellet guns nearby. Police found two kids playing in the dirt with sticks and building a fort. No pellet guns seen.

A man called police early Sunday to report his vehicle was stolen by a person who he only knew by their first name. Police contacted him in a parking lot and it was determined he had taken several plants from a business. Justin Dakota Seabourn, 18, 3302 W. 7th St., was arrested and accused of third degree theft.

The hospital called police early Sunday to report an intoxicated man with knocked out teeth was in the emergency room. The man was too intoxicated to report what happened.

Joshua Seferino Postema, 36, 817 Floral Ct., was arrested early Saturday morning and is accused of first degree criminal mistreatment and first-degree assault.

Jenny Marie Blake, 422½ W. 14th St., was arrested early Sunday morning at her home on a municipal court warrant for unlawful possession of methamphetamine and contempt of court.

A woman in the 1000 block of E. 14th Street called Sunday afternoon to report someone used her ID to take out payday loans in her name. Under investigation.

A man in the 900 block of East 10th Street called Sunday evening to report he found a bag of marijuana in the alley. Police collected it and destroyed it.

A woman in the 1200 block of West Sixth Street reported Sunday evening seeing a man talking to a lady panhandling, and she noticed the man had a gun. The caller feared for the woman’s safety. Police found the man was carrying a handgun openly, which is lawful. No crime.

An unlawful entry into a motor vehicle report was taken Monday morning from the 1400 block of West 2nd Street after an employee advised their catering trailer was pried open and a customer’s vehicle which was left in the lot overnight had a window broken out of it.

A harassment report was taken Monday morning from the 2000 block of East 15th Street after a victim reported her roommate pushed her; the incident is under investigation.

Police responded to the 2500 block of West 2nd Street Monday afternoon on a report of a trespassing subject. Contact was made with the suspect who was verbally trespassed from the property.

Police responded to the Mill Creek area near West 2nd Street Monday afternoon on a report of two transients camping near the creek. Contact was made with the subjects who were advised to move along.

Police responded to the 1300 block of Laughlin Street Monday afternoon after a victim reported her cell phone was stolen last month and someone has turned it on and she now has the location of the phone. Officer retrieved the phone and the victim declined to pursue charges.

Randall Lance Mosqueda, 45, no listed address, was arrested Monday afternoon in the 3200 block of Bret Coldfelter Way and is accused of third-degree theft.

Police responded to the 600 block of West 14th Street Monday afternoon on a welfare check. Caller reported seeing a woman slumped in a parked vehicle and it was unknown if the subject was breathing. Officer checked the area for the vehicle but it was not located.

A first-degree criminal mischief report was taken Monday afternoon from the 3000 block of West 2nd Street after an employee advised a vending machine was vandalized.

Police responded to the 2600 block of West 6th Street Monday afternoon on a report of a male subject urinating in public. Contact was made with the subject matching the description and he denied doing such activity; he was warned of his conduct.

A hit and run report was taken Monday afternoon from the 2100 block of West 6th Street. A theft report was taken Monday evening from the 3600 block of West 10th Street after a victim reported someone took some money out of his wallet while in the area.

Ryan Stephen Cyphers, 40, 2636 Old Dufur Rd., was arrested Monday evening in the 500 block of Mt. Hood Street and is accused of tampering with evidence and hindering prosecution. Derrick James Carone, 42, 1009 Pine St., was also arrested and is accused of unlawful delivery of marijuana, second-degree criminal trespass, and tampering with evidence.

Police responded to the 2600 block of West 6th Street Monday evening after an employee advised a transient was loitering on the property and he would like the subject removed. Contact was made with the suspect who was verbally trespassed from the property.

Michael James Miles Jr., 28, 5226 Cherry Heights Rd. Unit B, was arrested Monday evening in the 3100 block of East 2nd Street on two circuit court warrants for probation violation and violation of post-prison supervision sanctions. He is also accused of third-degree escape, first-degree criminal trespass, second-degree theft, and second-degree criminal trespass.

Police responded to the 700 block of West 9th Street Monday evening on a report of vehicle prowlers. Caller reported he observed two subjects in his vehicle rummaging through it when he scared them off. Officer attempted to locate the suspects but they were not found; the incident was logged.

Wasco County

A man reported Friday morning from Taylor Lake that a pickup drove into the area full of garbage and when it left, there was no garbage in it. A report was taken.

A teen girl reported Saturday morning her father hit her four or five times with a closed fist in her mouth area. A deputy could not see injuries inside or outside her mouth. A photo she took earlier of a bruise was considered inconclusive. An informational report was taken.

A man in Dufur reported Saturday evening finding a decomposed dog wrapped in a blanket in his pig pen, and a self feeder was missing. The pen has been empty for three months and he found the dog and noted the missing feeder when he came to pen his new animals.

Jennifer Marie Chamness, 37, 885 Makena Ln., Hood River, was arrested Sunday morning at Fifth and Liberty in The Dalles and is accused of driving under the influence of intoxicants and resisting arrest.

Sarah Jo Atchison, 28, 148 Lakewood Dr., Tygh Valley, was arrested early Saturday morning in a parking lot in The Dalles and is accused of driving under the influence of intoxicants.

A man reported early Monday morning driving on Cherry Heights Road when the front wheel of his trailer became loose. He checked and believed the lugnuts were purposely loosened. A deputy could not tell if they were purposely loosened or not, but one stud was sheared off and the remaining four lugnuts were not tightened down.

Deputy responded to the 2200 block of Dry Hollow Road early Monday morning on a report of a possible suicide. Husband called stating his wife took several pain pills after drinking all day. Contact was made with the victim who denied attempting to harm herself, she was just trying to fall asleep.

A third-degree theft report was taken from the Maupin area.

A fourth-degree assault report was taken Monday evening from the 3200 block of Sandlin Road after a victim reported his wife assaulted him several months ago; the incident is under investigation.

Regional Jail

Curtis Allen Reeves, 36, 2005 W. 9th St., was arrested at his home and is accused of probation violation.

Travis Oneal Barker, 24, 105 Shelper Rd., No. 6, Dallesport, turned himself in to the regional jail on a warrant for parole violation.

Dagan J. Putrezenski, 21, Oregon City, turn himself in to the regional jail on warrants for two counts of first-degree failure to appear.

Steven Lee Burnett, 55, 1003 Court St., was remanded to the regional jail on a court commitment for probation violation.

Roxanne Mae Begay, 51, 1 Celilo Village, was remanded to the regional jail on a court commitment on charges of fourth-degree assault, hit and run in a vehicle, with injury, and driving under the influence of intoxicants.

Mark Scott Bowlin, 49, Moro, was jailed Monday on a circuit court commitment for unlawful possession of methamphetamines.

Robert Ray Prock, 41, Terrebonne, turned himself in and was jailed Monday on a circuit court commitment for menacing and a wildlife offense.

Sherman County

Joshua Lewis Lane, 24, 999 Depot St., Grass Valley, was arrested Saturday afternoon and is accused of first-degree sexual abuse and first-degree sexual penetration with an object.

Oregon State Police

Female driver stopped for a traffic violation at 10th and Irvine was found to be driving while suspended and uninsured. Vehicle towed.

Christopher Sean Casteel, 25, 608 Court St., Moro, was arrested in the 500 block of Barnett Street and is accused of fourth-degree assault, domestic, witnessed by a minor child.

A female driver was ticketed on Interstate 84 eastbound, milepost 83, for driving uninsured, possession of less than an ounce of marijuana, and having an open contained of alcohol. She was warned for second-degree possession of a controlled substance and inoperative brake lights.

Lucas Henry Weiss, 24, 527 W. 3rd Place, The Dalles, was arrested Sunday afternoon at his home and is accused of failure to pay fines.

Jim Dean Looney, 25, Goldendale, was arrested Monday evening during a traffic stop near the in-lieu site on a Klickitat County warrant for being a fugitive from the state of Washington. He was also cited for no operator’s license, driving uninsured, and open container.

Meetings

Wednesday – Port of The Dalles commission meeting, 7 p.m., Port of The Dalles office, 3636 Klindt Drive. Agenda: Visitor business, financials, executive director evaluation, monthly highlights, development update, marina update, committee reports, executive session regards real property, current litigation and privileged legal communication. The commission will dine at Montira’s before the meeting.

Wednesday – An additional special meeting of the unified Boards of Directors of Mosier Community School and Mosier Middle School will be held at 7:35 am on Wednesday, April 10, in the schools’ music room. The subject of the discussion will again be staff contracts/recruiting for the coming school year. The meeting is open to the public. For the agenda, please consult our website: www.mosierschool.com.

Wednesday – South Wasco County School District 1 board meeting, high school modular, Maupin. Work session 5:30 p.m. Agenda: budget update, board self-evaluation. Regular meeting, 6 p.m. Agenda: Lego Robotics Team presentation, grade school report, athletic director’s report, superintendent’s report, board calendar preview, Strong Schools Strong State campaign, 2013-14 budget calendar, PERS unused sick leave program Resolution 1213.02, comments from the audience, executive session if needed.

Lottery

Oregon

Friday, April 5

Mega millions – 8, 15, 23, 36, 41, MB 5, Megaplier, 3

Lucky Lines – 1, 5, 11, 13, 17, 22, 25, 31

Pick 4 – 1 p.m., 1, 7, 0, 0; 4 p.m., 2, 7, 6, 5; 7 p.m., 9, 2, 4, 9; 10 p.m., 7, 2, 3, 0

Saturday, April 6

Powerball – 4, 7, 8, 29, 39, PB 24

Megabucks – 2, 7, 32, 33, 34, 47

Win for Life – 7, 15, 54, 59

Pick 4 – 1 p.m., 3, 8, 4, 2; 4 p.m., 0, 6, 9, 6; 7 p.m., 7, 4, 9, 6; 10 p.m., 6, 6, 4, 6

Lucky Lines – 4, 7, 12, 15, 17, 21, 25, 31

Sunday, April 7

Pick 4 – 1 p.m., 8, 1, 4, 8; 4 p.m., 4, 6, 9, 8; 7 p.m., 2, 8, 7, 1; 10 p.m., 0, 9, 3, 7

Lucky Lines – 2, 7, 11, 14, 18, 21, 26, 31

Monday, April 8

Megabucks – 4, 9, 23, 30, 41, 43

Win for Life – 19, 35, 76, 77

Pick 4 – 1 p.m. 8-5-7-2; 4 p.m. 5-6-3-0; 7 p.m. 6-2-8-4; 10 p.m. 8-6-0-7

Lucky Lines – 2, 6, 9, 13, 17, 21, 26, 31

Washington

Friday, April 5

Match 4 - 10-12-20-22

The Daily Game - 0-8-9

Saturday, April 6

Lotto - 11-14-15-16-28-45

Hit 5 - 04-11-19-29-38

Match 4 - 04-05-07-15

The Daily Game - 3-7-9

Sunday, April 7

Match 4 - 01-08-13-17

The Daily Game - 2-6-3

Monday, April 8

Lotto – 05-10-19-35-42-46

Hit 5 – 07-08-11-21-22

Match 4 – 09-15-18-24

The Daily Game – 1-5-8

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