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For the record, June 20


June 20, 2014

Hospital Admissions

June 19 — Inez R. Gilhousen, The Dalles; Taylor Jane Wright, Condon.

Hospital Dismissals

June 19 — Clayton B. Palmer, Sr., Wishram.

Editor’s note: Appearance in For the Record in connection with an alleged crime does not confer guilt. Under U.S. law, someone who is accused of a crime is considered innocent until proven guilty.


No accidents to report.


Mid-Columbia Fire & Rescue

June 19, 6:17 p.m. – Personnel responded to the 200 block of East 3rd Street on a report of gray smoke in a business. Nothing was showing upon arrival.

Contact was made with an employee who was having dinner in another part of the building when he was notified there was smoking filling his office. A table with some computer components caught fire and was extinguished by the employee. There was damage to the cable and the computer parts but nothing else.

June 19, 7:32 p.m. – Personnel responded to the 300 block of Lone Pine Drive on a report of a grass fire. Upon arrival a 10 x 4 area was seen burning and employees from a restaurant and a bystander were attempting to put out the fire. The fire was mopped up.

Personnel also responded to five calls for emergency medical services.

Police Reports

The Dalles City

Police responded to a location undisclosed by the department Thursday morning after a city employee observed a toddler unattended.

The officer recognized the toddler from a previous incident and the child was returned to his father, who was sleeping on the couch.

An abandoned vehicle was towed Thursday morning from East 15th and Riverview streets; a report was taken.

Police responded to a location undisclosed by the department Thursday morning on a report of a noise violation.

The suspect was located and cited for what has been a reoccurring problem.

Wesley Lee Martens, 29, 315 West 6th St. No. 4 was arrested Thursday morning for first-degree theft, first-degree criminal trespass and interference with a police officer.

Joseph Eric Flock, 37, Post Falls, Idaho, was arrested Thursday evening at West 6th and Pentland streets on a circuit court warrant for first-degree failure to appear and an out of state warrant.

Police responded to a location undisclosed by the department Thursday evening after a mother called to report her juvenile son’s step-mom has been spanking him. An informational report was taken and the incident is under investigation.

Shad Aaron Lesselyoung, 39, Parkdale, was arrested Thursday evening in the 1400 block of West 6th Street and is accused of third-degree theft.

Justin Casey McClour, 31, 6127 West 10th St., was arrested early Friday morning at West 10th and Cherry Heights streets and is accused of unlawful possession of marijuana.

Marcos Ethan Lamas, 31, 2416 West 10th St. No. 82, was arrested early Friday morning in his home and is accused of probation violation.

Wasco County

An identity theft report was taken Thursday afternoon from the regional jail.

Van Clyde Elrod, 47, Tygh Valley, was arrested Thursday evening at his home and is accused of probation violation and unlawful possession of methamphetamines.

An identity theft report was taken Thursday evening at the police station after a victim reported he received a bill from a town in Washington where someone is using his name and social security number to establish cable services.

Oregon State Police

Edgar Contreras Garcia, 26, 1112 East 12th St., was arrested Thursday afternoon in the 500 block of Liberty Street and is accused of attempting to elude a police officer, probation violation, and a Klickitat County warrant.

A male driver was cited and released for driving uninsured during a traffic stop Thursday evening on Interstate 84 westbound, milepost 101.

Regional Jail

Jeremy Eugene Tate, 42, no listed address, was transported by the department of corrections and jailed Thursday on a parole board warrant for violation of post-prison supervisions sanctions.



Thursday, June 19

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

Lucky Lines – 2-5-10-15-18-22-28-31


Thursday, June 19

Match 4 – 1-11-15-20

Daily Game – 9-6-4


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