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For the record, June 25

WEDNESDAY,

June 25, 2014

Hospital Admissions

June 24 — none authorized.

Hospital Dismissals

June 24 — Janet L. Painter.

Accidents

The Dalles City

June 24 3:20 p.m. – Hit and run, non-injury, no damage to victim vehicle, who was contacted near O’Reilly Auto Parts.

Wasco County

June 24, 00:06 p.m. – Two vehicle, non-injury, non-blocking accident on Mountain View Drive.

Fire

Mid-Columbia Fire & Rescue

Crews responded to seven requests for emergency medical services Tuesday.

Police Reports

The Dalles

A Lenovo laptop with a broken hinge was reported stolen Tuesday morning in the area of West 8th and Walnut Streets Tuesday morning.

A Ruger 9mm handgun was reported stolenTuesday afternoon from an unsecured room.

A blue and white boys giant 18” mountain bike, was reported stolen Tuesday afternoon from the Kramer ballpark area. It had been left overnight.

A man reported to be making threats to kill a girl in the 100 block of West 13th was contacted by police Tuesday evening, and came to the door of his residence with a .22 caliber Ruger rifle. He was ordered to drop the weapon, and after doing so was arrested for being a felon in possession of a firearm.

Wasco County

Deputies responded to Dufur City Park, where a woman was having an altercation with her children just after midnight Tuesday morning. No injuries were apparent, and the Department of Human Resources advised the children could go home with the suspect and DHS would follow up. A case number was taken for physical child abuse.

A red four wheel drive ATV was taken from a location undisclosed by the department Tuesday morning. 2014 Red Honda Rancher.

A firearm was reported stolen Tuesday morning, a Starr Frearms handgun, 9mm.

United Parcel Service reported a driver had been bitten by a dog on Friday.

Regional Jail

Roberto Alvarez, 30, 1116 Eric Court, The Dalles, was arrested at Memaloose Rest Area Tuesday afternoon and faces charges of criminal driving while suspended and probation violations and lodged at the regional jail.

Brittany M. Goodnight, 24, 2830 W. 7th, The Dalles, was arrested at Wasco County Circuit Court for contempt of court and lodged at the regional jail Tuesday morning.

Klickitat County

June 21, at about 2:10 p.m., notified of a motorcycle vs deer collision on the Trout Lake-Glenwood Highway near the Wildlife Refuge Road. The motorcycle operator, 62 year old Trout Lake resident David B. Meyer, was ejected from the motorcycle and sustained serious injuries to his head, torso and arms. Meyer was transported via Life Flight to Southwest Medical Center, where he remains in critical condition.

June 21, at about 3:43 p.m.. received a report of a suspicious vehicle south of Trout Lake Highway in the area of the S1400 Road. When deputies located the vehicle, a registration check revealed it was registered to 74-year-old Albert L. Chace of Ridgefield, Wash. Deputies were further advised that Chace had been entered into NCIC as a missing and endangered person out of Multnomah County, Oregon. According to investigators, Chace had not been seen by family and friends for several months. Deputies conducted a search around the area and located a deceased human body which is believed to be that of Chace. An autopsy has been scheduled to be performed at the Clark County Medical Examiner’s Office in Vancouver, Washington.

On June 23, at about 11:05 p.m. Lyle First Responders were dispatched to the boat launch at Lyle Point due to a vehicle that had driven into the Columbia River. KCSO deputies responded to assist. The scene was described by the deputies as “chaos” as fellow friends and family of the driver, later identified as Cheryl E. Moses, 61, of Toppenish, Wash., were attempting to rescue Moses from the submerged vehicle. KCSO Marine Patrol deputies requested assistance from the Skamania County Sheriff’s Office Dive Team, as well as the Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fisheries Commission to assist in recovery of the vehicle and its occupants. The Skamania County Sheriff’s Office Dive Team located the vehicle about 40 feet south of the shoreline in about 12 feet of water. Divers attached a tow cable to the vehicle and the vehicle was then removed from the water. Medical personnel attended to the sole occupant of the vehicle, confirmed to be that of Cheryl Moses, and she was subsequently pronounced dead at the scene by the Klickitat County Coroner’s Office personnel. Investigators believe the incident appears to be accidental in nature.

Lottery

Oregon

Monday, June 23

Megabucks – 6, 9, 23, 29, 32, 36

Win for Life – 1, 7, 18, 54

Lucky Lines – 3, 8, 9, 13, 18, 23, 26, 31

Pick 4 – 1 p.m., 9, 7, 3, 6; 4 p.m., 7, 4, 5, 0; 7 p.m., 0, 1, 6, 8; 10 p.m., 9, 3, 6, 7

Washington

Sunday, June 22

Match 4 – 5, 10, 14, 19

The Daily Game – 8, 4, 3

Daily Keno — 03-10-11-13-15-19-24-25-26-28-33-37-40-47-53-56-62-67-73-78

Monday, June 23

Lotto — 09-16-24-30-46-49

Hit 5 — 01-06-26-28-33

Match 4 — 12-15-17-20

The Daily Game — 3-5-8

Daily Keno — 01-13-20-21-29-30-31-32-33-42-45-47-50-55-57-65-70-72-74-79

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