Emergency services - 10/15/09

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Thefts, Burglaries

WW Police

Quizno's Sub Shop, 7 W. Alder St., Tuesday. Employee reports her purse with contents taken from back storage room while she worked.

Conoco, 1745 E. Isaacs Ave., Tuesday. Back door of business tampered in apparent burglary attempt.

CP Police

200 block Northwest Schnabel Lane. Firearm from residence

MF Police

200 block East Broadway Street. Resident reports her home entered and clothing taken.

Assaults

WW County Sheriff

Waitsburg High School football field, East Eighth Street, Oct. 1. Student reports being picked up and thrown by another student during physical education class.

Walla Walla High School, 800 Abbott Road, Oct. 6. One boy kicked and punched another boy several times in the school's locker room. Boys had apparently verbally argued in class the previous day.

Robberies

WW Police

White and Portland streets, 7:03 a.m. Wednesday. A 24-year-old man reports being struck and robbed of his wallet by someone in a white Camaro.

Collisions

WW Police

Second Avenue and Birch Street, 12:42 p.m. Wednesday. Vehicle struck back of stopped vehicle. No injuries.

WW County Sheriff

Preston Avenue at Taggart Road, 8:55 a.m. Wednesday. Two-vehicle collision, no injuries.

Arrests

WW Police

Derek Douglas Schultz, 23, 360 S. Fourth St., Wednesday. Charges: investigation of first-degree robbery and second-degree theft.

Emmanuel Serrano, 23, 150 S. Wilbur Ave., No. 61, Wednesday. Charges: investigation of first-degree robbery and second-degree theft.

Washington State Patrol

John Timothy Schaefer III, 35, 205 Bush St., Walla Walla, Wednesday. Charge: investigation of driving while intoxicated.

Craig Clarke Mather, 62, 1839 Loubeck St., Walla Walla, Wednesday. Charge: investigation of driving while intoxicated.

fire, ambulance runs

CP Police

Eagle Meadow, 3:34 p.m. Wednesday. Burned food.

300 block North College Avenue, 2:14 p.m. Wednesday. Two-vehicle collision with possible minor injuries.

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