Emergency Services - 12/31/12

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Information is compiled by the Union-Bulletin staff from the official logs and records of the agencies listed below. Readers with any information on these or other crimes should call the local police or county sheriff’s department. By law, victims of crimes may request through law enforcement agencies that their names not be released to the media. Theft and vandalism reports were filed Saturday, Sunday and today unless otherwise noted.

Thefts, Burglaries

WW Police

  • 400 block of North Fourth Avenue. A 1986 Chevrolet Blazer reported stolen: vehicle later recovered.

WW County Sheriff

  • 900 block of West Langdon Road. Front tire and wheel reportedly stolen from vehicle.

CP Police

  • 600 block of Southwest First Street. Vehicle prowl: nothing reported stolen.
  • 300 block of Southeast Third Street. Television reported stolen from apartment.
  • 1100 block of Northeast C Street. Vehicle reported stolen.
  • 700 block of South College Avenue. Burglary reported.

MF Police

  • 900 block of Parallel Street. Vehicle prowl reported.
  • 700 block of Northeast Sixth Avenue. Loose change reported stolen from vehicle.
  • 100 block of North Columbia Street. Coffee pot reported stolen from vehicle.

Umatilla County Sheriff

  • Willow Lane, Milton-Freewater. FM transmitter reported stolen from vehicle.
  • West Crockett Road, Milton-Freewater. Roughly $20 in loose change reported stolen from vehicle.
  • Locust Road, Milton-Freewater. Report of vehicle prowl in progress.

Assaults

Umatilla County Sheriff

  • Highway 339, Milton-Freewater. A woman reported her daughter beat her up.

Collisions

Umatilla County Sheriff

  • Sunquist Road, Milton-Freewater, 5:39 p.m., Saturday. Vehicle versus tractor collision: no injuries reported.

Arrests

WW Police

  • Peter E. Alexander, 32, 1201 Figueroa St., Saturday. Charge: investigation of driving while intoxicated.
  • Robert L. Stacy, 48, 640 Rocky Road, Friday. Charge: investigation of felony violation of the Uniform Controlled Substances Act.

Washington State Patrol

  • Julie M. Look, 52, Sandpoint, Idaho, Sunday. Charge: investigation of driving while intoxicated.
  • Gregory L. Muir, 54, 11 Boyer Ave., Friday. Charge: investigation of driving while intoxicated.

Vandalism

WW County Sheriff

  • Frog Hollow Road near Beet Road. Gang graffiti reported.

CP Police

  • 200 block of Southeast Fourth Street. Graffiti reported.
  • 400 block of Southeast Fifth Street. House reportedly egged.
  • 200 block of Southeast Valley Drive. Graffiti on vehicle.
  • 000 block of Southeast Ash Avenue. Graffiti on wall near Kiwanis Park.

Miscellaneous

WW Police

  • 400 block of South Seventh Avenue. Two, 11-year-old Garrison Middle School students “continued to exchange harassment over social media,” through the holidays.
  • 132 Drumheller St., Saturday. Police arrested a 32-year-old woman and a 33-year-old man after responding to noise complaints multiple times. According to police spokesman Tim Bennett, officers issued warnings for noise level violations twice, before responding to a disturbance call at the same location. The 33-year-old man reportedly confronted police and used foul language, and called for someone to bring him a bat. He then allegedly attempted to assault a police officer, who used a flashlight in self-defense. The 32-year-old woman then “lunged at” the officer, and was Tasered by a second officer. The man became more confrontational, and was also Tasered. Both were arrested for misdemeanor disorderly conduct.

WW County Sheriff

  • Walla Walla Airport, 45 Terminal Loop, Wednesday. Security workers discovered a .270-caliber rifle round in a woman’s luggage.

Umatilla County Sheriff

  • Lawson Street, Milton-Freewater. A woman reported “there is a man on her doorstep. on his hands and knees saying ‘help me.’” The caller reported she was holding a loaded pistol. Deputies from Walla Walla and Umatilla counties responded to the location but were unable to locate the suspect.

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