Bingen-White Salmon Police, August 22-28
Five accidents, no injuries to report.
A rock was found in the roadway and public works were contacted.
A citizen was helped with a locked vehicle.
A case of property damage.
A stolen vehicle report.
A man has been cited for Malicious Mischief III in a domestic incident.
Hood River Police, August 21-27
The following crimes were reported and resulted in arrests: aggravated harassment (two), criminal mischief (one), disorderly conduct (one), driving under the influence of intoxicants (four), violation of the narcotics (one), resisting arrest (one), theft (two), warrant (three).
Eight flight reports. Shoplifting at Walmart (two incidents), shoplifting at Gorge Greenery, items stolen from vehicles (four incidents) and two bicycles stolen from the Best Western parking lot.
Four DUII arrests. In one incident, a resident of Gresham was arrested for driving under the influence of a controlled substance and unlawful possession of methamphetamine.
Three hit-and-run reports. Locations include the Hood River Toll Bridge, Safeway Parking Lot, and Downtown.
Three arrest warrants. In one incident, a Hood River transient was filed with NORCOR for two warrants of non-appearance in Hood River County Circuit Court.
Two reports of criminal mischief. In one incident, an individual reported that his vehicle had been impounded at the Walmart parking lot. In another incident, a car tire was punctured while parked downtown.
Officers responded to 15 alarm calls; all were false alarms.
Officers responded to the Fourth and Oak area regarding a passing man blocking traffic. The man was arrested and incarcerated at NORCOR on charges of disorderly conduct, aggravated harassment and criminal mischief.
Officers responded to the event site for a subject removed from the water and CPR in progress.
Dalles police, Aug. 26-Sept. 1
The following crimes were reported and resulted in arrests: assault (one), parole (one), harassment (five), obstructing the preparation of a police report (one), trespassing (one) , robbery (one), robbery (one), warrant (six).
Four crashes. During an incident, two vehicles collided on the Dalles marina viaduct when one of them did not stop at a stop sign.
Ten thefts reported. Incidents included Adderall, beer, business credit card, furniture, paycheck, theft from vehicle (three incidents), shoplifting and wallet.
In the vehicle theft incidents, a car was broken into on 14th Street on August 27 and items were stolen from it, including sunglasses and a wallet containing credit/debit cards. Another wallet containing credit/debit cards was taken from an unlocked car on the same street. Both incidents recorded attempts to use the cards at Fred Meyer’s home at similar times. In another incident, items such as insurance, registration and the stereo were taken from a van on East Second.
Two burglaries. Someone broke into a garage and stole power tools, hand tools, spray paint, and wood finishes.
Two stolen vehicles. A couple was packing for a hunting trip on Eleventh Street when they heard their car door slam shut and she drove off. It contained no weapon but a full tank of gasoline. In another incident, a motorcycle was stolen on 10th Street.
Another stolen vehicle was recovered on 10th Street.
Two incidents of vandalism. In one, an individual reported spray-painted graffiti on Sixth Street. In another, a road sign was knocked down.
Two reports of criminal mischief. One involved two flat tires. In another incident, four people wearing black ski-like masks smashed the windows, mirror and headlight of a car and then fled.
A naked man was reportedly locked passed out in a bathroom at Walgreens. He seemed not to breathe and was turning grey. Narcan was administered and the patient recovered and was hospitalized.
Numerous broken beer bottles were reported in a turning lane on Second Street near the Chamber of Commerce. Public Works was notified and sent a sweeper.
Ten animal sounds. Two cats were hit by cars, and one will be euthanized due to his injuries. In another incident, two stray puppies were found on the River Road train tracks and handed over to Home At Last.
On August 28, the Dalles were notified of a shooting in Clatsop County, as the shooter may seek refuge in the Dalles with a brother-in-law or father.
Wasco County Sheriff, Aug. 26-Sept. 1
The following felonies were reported, which resulted in arrests: felony possession of a weapon (one), misdemeanor driving conditional sentence (one), warrant (one).
A fire. Three calls reported a utility pole possibly on fire, with a nearby structure, flames visible and lots of black smoke on Threemile Road on August 29. Firefighters responded and Wasco Electric was notified of the damage to the utility pole.
A man pointed an AR-15 at his wife and daughter after a verbal argument in which the man took his wife’s keys, purse and money to stop her leaving. He then drove off in a vehicle, possibly with the AR-15 and a 357. Police determined the man was a felon in possession of a weapon and he was arrested the next day without incident for a felon in possession. of a weapon and a driving offense with suspension. .
Five animal sounds. One reported an old, pitiful horse. Another reported that an unknown vehicle was lighting up an area at high speed. Other callers reported two goats and a cow in or beside the roads.
A man was reported littering and hitting cars at 12:41 a.m. Police responded and proceeded. The male was then moved onto I-84 at 2:19 a.m. and chased to Mosier. The man was last seen heading west on Highway 30.
Oregon State Police, August 26-31
The following crimes were reported resulting in arrests: DUI (four), violation of restraining order (one), arrest in association with theft of vehicle – no charges been registered (one), mandate (one).
A motorcycle accident. The vehicle left the curb near mile post 37 on SR 218 and descended a steep embankment before hitting a fence. The driver was taken to hospital by helicopter.
Three accidents, one injured. In one incident, a black Subaru Outback was traveling west on I-84 near milepost 76 when an elk crossed the traffic lane. The Subaru struck the elk and sustained extensive front end damage, causing both airbags to deploy; the occupants were not injured. The moose landed on the right shoulder of the road, deceased. In another incident, a driver fell asleep on I-84, left the roadway, over-corrected to leave the roadway again, hit a rocky cliff, and rolled on the passenger side. The driver was injured but managed to extricate himself from the vehicle.
Flight. Items included a wallet containing ID, cash and important cards.
A vehicle stolen in Seattle was located in Madras and recovered, with the occupant arrested.
Four DUII arrests. One subject provided a breath test of 0.16%, twice the legal limit. Another was arrested for driving 101 mph on I-84 and provided a blood alcohol level of 0.23%.
A hunter said he harvested a doe. The hunter had a valid archery tag and said he shot the buck, and the arrow went through and hit a doe directly behind the buck. The hunter field dressed the doe and hung it in a cooler until a soldier could arrive. The deer has been seized, and will be treated, then given.
An Oregon Department of Parks and Recreation ranger found a Ruger Model 31 revolver on the beach at Viento State Park. The weapon was not loaded and there was no trace of it in the file. It was entered into evidence.