Emergency Services - 4/23/13

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Information is compiled by the Union-Bulletin staff from the official logs and records of area law enforcement and emergency service agencies. 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 Monday and today unless otherwise noted.

Walla Walla

A Chase Avenue resident reported an AMC Javelin stolen.

Police received two reports of smashed vehicle windows on Fern Avenue.

Green, black and white graffiti reported on a shed on Statesman Street. According to a police report, “the graffiti did not appear to be gang related, and it appeared to be done artistically.”

A house listed for rent on Craigslist.org was reported to be a fraudulent listing.

Theft of custom sunglasses, binoculars, hand tools and other items reported stolen from an Economy Glass vehicle.

A 69-year-old man reported a young male exposed himself several times in the southeast portion of the golf course.

College Place

Unnamed juvenile suspects reportedly stole money from a residence in the 100 block of Northeast C Street.

Fishing poles reportedly stolen from a shed in the 1400 block of Southeast Broadway Avenue.

Dayton

Train caboose reportedly vandalized in the 200 block of East Main Street.

Waitsburg

Prescription medication stolen from a residence on Preston Avenue

Milton-Freewater

A window reportedly broken at Stateline Polaris.

Residential window reportedly broken on Eastside Road.

Metal theft reported on Ringer Road, including playground equipment and bus parts.

Umatilla County

Ford 1-ton pickup reportedly taken for a joy ride and returned to Sherman Street in Athena.

Arrests

WW Police

Scott D. Adams, 55, 364 Catherine St., Monday. Charge: investigation of threats to bomb or injury property. According court documents Adams spoke to an employee of an unidentified business and stated he had 8 pounds of black powder he intended use in making an explosive to detonate downtown Wednesday or Thursday. When police contacted Adams, he said he had been drinking heavily the day before and that he had also not taken his medication. Adams also told police he did not possess black powder and didn’t know where he could get, according to documents. Bail was set Monday at $15,000.

Ezequiel Castro-Pacheco, 27, 420 S. Second Ave, Monday. Charge: investigation of injury hit and run.

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