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For the record, May 1


May 1, 2014

Hospital admissions

April 30 - none authorized

Hospital discharges

April 30 - none authorized

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.


The Dalles City

No vehicle accidents were reported.


Mid-Columbia Fire & Rescue

Personnel responded to six calls for emergency medical services.

Police Reports

The Dalles City

A vehicle was broken into at a location undisclosed by the department sometime over Wednesday night. Nothing was stolen but vehicle was damaged.

Deputies investigated reports of chickens and a horse in distress at two separate locations undisclosed by the department. Animals were found to be not in distress.

A woman reported Wednesday morning that someone was stealing cans from her recycling bin. Another woman was contacted and advised that she needed permission to take cans from recycling bins. She said she did have permission from some residents, advised that if the police received more complaints she could go to jail.

A woman reported her car burglarized while parked in the 1200 block of West Sixth between 6:30 and 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. A paper white Kindle with a brown leather case and a Toshiba satellite computer were stolen.

A pipe found outside Home Depot was retrieved and destroyed at the request of the store manager Wednesday afternoon.

A man in the 400 block of West 7th was arrested after firearms and methamphetamine were found in a consensual search Wednesday.

Wasco County

A man at the NORCOR adult facility broke a window while incarcerated Thursday afternoon, Report taken for criminal mischief in the second degree.

A woman in Foley Lakes reported her phone stolen Thursday afternoon.

Two men were cited for shooting on roadway at Smock Ponds in the Wamic area.

A women on Thursday morning reported pills stolen during a barbeque at her residence in Foley Lakes on Wednesday.

Parole & Probation

Cynthia Call, 29, 848 Richland Court, was arrested Wednesday morning and lodged at the regional jail. She faces charges of criminal non-support and endangering the welfare of a minor.

Chance Higgins, 23, 848 Richland Court, was arrested and lodged at the regional jail. He faces charges of criminal nonsupport, endangering the welfare of a minor and possession of a controlled substance.

Douglas Turner, 29, 412 West 7th Street, was arrested late Wednesday and lodged at the regional jail, where he faces charges of possession of methamphetamine, felon in possession of a firearm, and possession of a prohibited firearm.

Travis Cooper, 25, 717 West 10th, was arrested late Wednesday on a 24-hour drug court sanction.

Blain Poirier, 44, 512 Yates Street, Wasco, was arrested on probation violations and lodged at the regional jail Wednesday night.

Jeremy Strickland, 31, 708 Armsworthy, Wasco, was arrested on a Multnomah County warrant Wednesday night and lodged at the regional jail. He faces charges of assault in the second degree and failure to appear in The Dalles Municipal Court.

Kelsey Kalama, 26, 1756 Bray Avenue, Warm Springs, was arrested on a Multnomah County warrant and lodged at the regional jail Wednesday night. She faces charges of wildlife offense in the first degree.

Joshua Davenport, 32, Pasco, Wash., was lodged at the regional jail where he is being held as a fugitive from another state, where he faces charges of parole violations.



Wednesday, April 30

Oregon Megabucks – 9-27-30-31-37-45


Win For Life – 20-50-52-74

Washington Lotto – 10-12-29-27-45-48

Hit 5 – 10-11-23-32-27

Powerball – 2-9-11-19-50

Tuesday, April 29

Mega Millions – 7-43-59-61-66; Mega: 3; Multiplier: 3

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

Lucky Lines – 3-5-10-13-20-21-27-32


Tuesday, April 29

Match 4 – 6-14-19-20

Daily Game – 5-4-3


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