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For the record from Sept. 20

Editor's note: All individuals arrested are presumed innocent until proven guilty.


September 21, 2016

Hospital Admissions

September 20 — Inis Irene Jones, Moro.

Hospital Dismissals

September 20 — Inis Ireme Jones, Moro.


There were no accidents to report this date.


Mid-Columbia Fire & Rescue

The agency responded to five calls for emergency services on Tuesday.

Police Reports

The Dalles City

A caller in the 700 block of West 12th Street reported Tuesday morning a kids scooter was left in her yard and she was concerned it might be stolen. Logged for information.

A caller in the 2700 block of West Second reported Tuesday morning an employee moved his truck onto a lift and it rolled off, hit a tool box and crushed a wall on the inside of the shop. The truck didn’t appear to be damaged. An officer said both parties were frustrated. The shop owner said his insurance would cover any damage to the vehicle. The employee said the vehicle was in high idle, and he pumped the brakes a few times to stop it, and the vehicle did not stop.

A caller in the 1700 block of East 14th Street reported Tuesday morning that a neighbor’s two German shepherds were being allowed to bark and jump on the fence due to his political views. The owner of the dogs told police she would put bark collars on them. Animal control later reported both dogs were constantly barking, fence was low, and dogs didn’t have bark collars on.

Nikole Lynn Peterson, 19, The Dalles, was arrested Tuesday afternoon in the 2700 block of West Seventh Street and is accused of probation violation and first-degree failure to appear.

A caller in the 500 block of Mt. Hood reported Tuesday evening a man ran out of the store with possibly a case of beer and groceries.

A caller in the 2700 block of West Seventh reported Tuesday evening her ex-boyfriend entered a nearby apartment, and she believes that is a violation of a restraining order she has against him. Nobody answered when police knocked on that apartment’s door.

A man in the 2000 block of East 10th Street reported Tuesday evening he was having issues with his divorce and his wife’s boyfriend threatened over the phone to hurt him.

A caller in the 300 block of Lone Pine reported Tuesday evening she was being told to leave her motel room because her service animal was being left unattended, which is against motel policy. She was locked out of her room. An officer escorted the woman, her dog and a co-worker to another motel.

A caller on Floral Street reported Tuesday evening she was assaulted by her son’s father. He poured chocolate milk on her car, she was opening the door and the man went to shove her out of the way and she reflexively moved her arm away and hit him in the groin. The man, meanwhile, had already called police to report she hit him with a closed fist. Officers noted conflicting reports, and noted no visible injury to either person, although the male complained of pain to his groin after being struck by the woman.

A caller in the 800 block of F Street reported Tuesday evening a man was delivering a pizza and when he returned to his unsecured car, there was a man in a black hoodie peering into his car. The pizza delivery driver confronted the man and asked him what he was doing and the man tried to grab the pizza bag and the driver punched him in the face. The man fled. Later, the driver realized $20 was missing from the center console of his vehicle as was a blue Linfield team hat.

A bus driver reported early Wednesday morning an unaccompanied minor was trying to get on the bus. He was denied bus travel. He had a valid ticket and was trying to go see his father on the Oregon coast. The youth was not listed as a runaway and was not violating curfew. The bus left and the youth decided to walk to a friend’s house and catch a later bus.

Wasco County

On Tuesday morning, deputies responded to a domestic violence report in the 1600 block of Walker Farm Road. Caller said she and her partner had been fighting for several days, scratching each other. She told the dispatcher she had locked herself in her room and her partner had been drinking.

Deputies responded to a call about an animal in distress Tuesday morning in the 4700 block of Lockwood Road. A caller reported that a dog on its rope or chain might not be able to reach its water. Deputy responded; said dog appeared fine and not in distress.

A caller from the Bear Springs Campground reported a case of hit and run Tuesday morning. Couple reported that they were at campground on Highway 216 and while their car was not in sight, they heard screeching tires and a loud bang. When they returned to their car, there was a big gouge on the rear of their car.

Deputies were alerted by the Portland Police Department that a woman had called her husband Tuesday afternoon and told him she had a gun and was going to kill herself. At the time of her call, she was reported to be at The Dalles Country Club. Woman could not be located.

A caller reported suspicious activity when a transient male was seen going into their yard and urinating Tuesday afternoon across from the Maupin Grade School. Deputy contacted the subject and took him to the Cow Canyon Rest Area.

On Tuesday afternoon, a caller reported that a springer spaniel near Sixth and Akin was coming over to his property and causing trouble. The dog, which was running free, was reported to be aggressive and known to bite. Deputy located owner who was reported to be “somewhat uncooperative.” Woman was given a verbal warning about the dog as a public nuisance and explained consequences of keeping a dangerous dog.

A missing person was reported in the 100 block of North Mariposa Drive Tuesday evening. Missing person had been fishing, and caller found his fishing pole, and lawn chair, and found the man’s clothing in the water near the old boat ramp on north side of the lake. The man’s car was also parked there. Search & Rescue was called to look for missing man in Pine Hollow area.

Oregon State Police

Scott Alan Smith, 59, of Mosier, was arrested on Tuesday morning in the 1600 block of Walker Farm Road and accused of probation violation.



Tuesday, Sept. 20

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