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 Sunday and today unless otherwise noted.

Thefts, Burglaries

WW Police

200 block of East Oak Street. A 1995 Honda Civic from residence.

300 block of South Palouse Street. Wallet and credit card from vehicle. Credit cars were reportedly used following the theft.

800 block of East Chestnut Street. A mountain bike valued at $500 taken from residence.

20 block of Whitman Street. Unlocked vehicle belonging to Jeffery Strickler reportedly entered: nothing reported missing.

Umatilla County Sheriff

Highway 339, Milton-Freewater. Jewelry, $600 and a bottle of ibuprophen from residence.

Columbia County Sheriff

100 block of East Commercial Street, Dayton. Rear license plate from vehicle.


WW Police

South Second Avenue and Cherokee Street, 3:20 p.m., Friday. A Columbia County Public Transportation bus rear-ended a car: no injuries reported.

Fourth Avenue and Poplar, 6:21 p.m., Saturday. Two vehicles: no injuries reported.

Third Avenue and Maple Street, 1:03 a.m., Sunday. Hit and run: No injuries reported.

CP Police

300 block of Northeast Ash Street, 10:25 a.m., Friday. Hit and run: no injuries reported.


WW Police

Rendie M. Burks, 49, no permanent adress given, Sunday. Charge: investigation of possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver.

WW County Sheriff

Joshua A. Waggoner, 31, 186 Springdale Road, Friday. Charge: investigation of unlawful possession of firearms.


MF Police

100 block of South Main Street. Business window broken by rock.


9 N. Second Ave., Walla Walla, 8:51 a.m. Emergency services personnel responded to a call from a pigeon abatement worker who reported an injury while in the Mill Creek channel. The unnamed worker did not require medical transport.


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