Emergency Services - 10/20/09

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Thefts, burglaries

College Place Police

  • 500 block East Whitman Street. Five $1 gold cons and golden diamond ring from residence.


Columbia County Sheriff

  • North Guernsey Avenue, Dayton. Gas thefts reported.


Umatilla County Sheriff

  • 200 block East Main Street, Athena. Theft reported.


Arrests

Washington State Patrol

  • James Roy Pugh, 61, 9207 W. Arrowhead, Kennewick, Monday. Charge: investigation of being fugitive from justice out of Wasco County.


Collisions

Walla Walla County Sheriff

  • Fern Avenue and Abbott Road, 3:35 p.m. Monday. Unknown driver grazed an 11-year-old girl as she tried to cross the street, causing minor scrapes.
  • 1100 block South Wilbur Avenue, 10:45 a.m. Monday. Vehicle struck phone box and fence. No injuries. Driver was apparently texting prior to the collision.


Umatilla County Sheriff

  • West Poplar and North Water streets, Weston, 2 a.m. Sunday. Non-injury collision reported.


Columbia County Sheriff

  • Highway 12 at milepost 364.5, Dayton, 5:35 p.m. Monday. Driver had sun in her eyes and misjudged trailer park entrance, damaging front license plate by running into ditch. No injuries.
  • 300 block Sixth Street, Dayton, 7:42 p.m. Friday. Mechanical issue with vehicle allowed it to roll into a parked car. No injuries.


Fire, ambulance runs

Fire District 3 in Dayton

  • 600 block Harlem Road, 11:23 p.m. Sunday. Electrical fire.


Vandalism

Milton-Freewater Police

  • Terry's OK Tires, 214 N. Main St. Report of light bulb broken over weekend.


Umatilla County Sheriff

  • 400 block East Currant Street, Athena, Friday. Vandalism reported.

Thefts, burglaries

College Place Police


Columbia County Sheriff


Umatilla County Sheriff


Arrests

Washington State Patrol


Collisions

Walla Walla County Sheriff


Umatilla County Sheriff


Columbia County Sheriff


Fire, ambulance runs

Fire District 3 in Dayton


Vandalism

Milton-Freewater Police


Umatilla County Sheriff

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