APRIL 19, 2013
April 18 — Frances S. Lange, The Dalles.
April 18 — Betty L. Frakes, Dufur.
There are no crashes to report on this date.
Mid-Columbia Fire &
April 18, 8:41 a.m. – Personnel responded to the 300 block of Court Street on a fire alarm. Upon arrival nothing was showing outside of the building. Contact was made with staff who advised no alarm went off in the building and they were unaware of any alarm. Investigation discovered that the alarm had a trouble malfunction and it was reset. No problem found.
Personnel also responded to five calls for emergency medical services.
The Dalles City
A burglary report was taken Thursday morning from the 1800 block of East 16th Street after a victim reported a shop was broken into and had some items missing.
Police responded to the 1800 block of East 16th Street Thursday morning on a report of a vehicle prowl. Victim advised someone entered their vehicle and took some items, a log entry was made.
Police responded to the 100 block of West 1st Street Thursday morning on a report of trespassing subjects. Victim advised a transient camp was located on his property and he wanted the subjects off the property. Contact was made with the subjects who were given a day to remove their belongings and move along.
Police responded to the 2300 block of West 13th Street Thursday afternoon on a report of a stolen bicycle. Victim called back later in the day to advise his bike was found but had been damaged; the incident was logged.
Police responded to the 3300 block of West 6th Street Thursday afternoon on a report of a trespassing subject. Business owner advised a female subject uses their property to panhandle and wants the subject trespassed. Subject was contact and verbally trespassed from the property.
Police responded to the 1700 block of West 13th Street Thursday evening on a request for a welfare check. Caller was concerned a male subject was going to harm himself after making verbal threats of doing so. Contact was made with the subject who advised he was depressed but did not want to harm himself. He was counseled on his options for help.
Police responded to East 10th and Clark streets Thursday evening on a report of a juvenile problem. Caller reported two juvenile subjects in the area were pointing a gun at passing cars. Contact was made with the subjects who were pointing a BB gun at cars. They were counseled and warned of their conduct.
Police responded to the 1200 block of West 6th Street Thursday evening on a report of an assault. Mother called to report her son was tripped off his skateboard by an adult male in the area. Officer searched the area but the suspect was not located; the incident was logged.
Police stopped two juvenile subjects Wednesday evening in the 3300 block of West 6th Street after they had a cart full of plants. They admitted they were planning on stealing the plants. Both were cited and released for third-degree theft.
Deputy responded to Taylor Lake Thursday morning on a report of a transient camp. The camp was located and there was garbage all around. A transient subject was located and advised to clean up the mess. Deputy will notify the property owner and advised them of the situation.
Deputy responded to the 900 block of Irvine Street Thursday evening on a report of a trespassing subject. Deputy searched the property and no subject was found.
Oregon State Police
A female driver was cited and released for driving while suspended and driving uninsured during a traffic stop Thursday evening on Interstate 84 eastbound, milepost 76. The vehicle was impounded.
A male passenger was cited and released for throwing burning material during a traffic stop Thursday evening on Interstate 84 eastbound, milepost 84.
Robert Don Cruz III, 56, Toppenish, was arrested Thursday evening in Rufus on a Sherman County warrant for violation of a release agreement.
Owen Jospeh Allbritton, 29, Bend, was jailed Thursday on a Sherman County court commitment for driving while suspended.
Parole and Probation
James Edward Wham, 25, 722 East 14th St., was arrested Thursday morning in the community corrections office and is accused of probation violation.
Thursday, April 18
Pick 4 – 1 p.m. 8-5-5-0; 4 p.m. 1-8-9-1; 7 p.m. 5-1-7-0; 10 p.m. 9-5-8-8
Lucky Lines – 4, 5, 11, 13, 18, 21, 27, 30
Thursday, April 18
Match 4 – 03-09-13-19
The Daily Game – 1-8-6