Emergency services - 2/15/13

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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.

Thefts, Burglaries

WW Police

  • Stubblefield Co., 116 N. 11th Ave., Tuesday overnight. Locked pickup tool box broken into and various tools taken.

MF Police

  • 900 block of Cowl Street, Thursday. Package taken.

Columbia County Sheriff

  1. 200 block of Dustin Hollow Road, Thursday. Farm shop burglary and vandalism reported.

Collisions

  • MF Police
  • 100 block of South Columbia Street, Thursday 4:30 p.m. Two vehicle, rear-end with injury. Shannon Hilt, 20, of Milton-Freewater struck John Hinderman, 73, of Milton-Freewater.

Arrests

WW Police

  • James Dean Taylor, 20, 601 S. 12th St. Charge: investigation of felony possession of controlled substance.

MF Police

  • Marvin Lecial Cody Hoskins, 26, address not provided. Charge: investigation of city warrant.
  • Clinton Allison Steward, 51, 407 NW Second Ave. Charge: investigation of Umatilla County warrant.

Vandalism

WW Police

  • Modern Floors building, 527 E. Main St. Graffiti on back of building.

Miscellaneous

WW Fire Dept.

  • Jenna, the 12-week old lab puppy that was taken from the Blue Mountain Humane Society of Walla Walla on Wednesday, was recovered from Dayton Veterinary Clinic on Thursday. According to Human Society executive director Sara Archer, Jenna was located when she was taken to the veterinarian to have her sutures checked. Immediately after the theft, the Human Society had notified local veterinarians of the puppy, provided a description of Jenna and her microchip identification number. According to Archer, no arrests have been made.

Comments

mytwocents 1 year, 2 months ago

HEY UB IT'S THE HUMANE SOCIETY....NOT THE HUMAN SOCIETY!! Use your spell check for the love of God!!!

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rduran 1 year, 2 months ago

Spell check would not identify "human" as being misspelled.

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joanns25 1 year, 2 months ago

Spell check wouldn't have caught that one. Maybe they should invest in hiring someone to actually proof read this stuff before they post it. This isn't the first time there have been such typos.

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