Emergency services - 2/19/13

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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. Theft and vandalism reports were filed Monday and today unless otherwise noted.

Thefts, Burglaries

WW County Sheriff

  • Waitsburg Grocery, 200 Main St., Waitsburg. Report of roughly $226 stolen from store: surveillance video reportedly shows a man enter the locked store and take money and leave in less then 15 seconds.

Umatilla County Sheriff

  • 53000 block of Appleton Road, Milton-Freewater. Attempted vehicle prowl.

Assaults

WW Police

  • Kingsgate East Apartments, 625 Wellington Street, Friday. A 42-year-old woman attacked her daughter’s boyfriend and was arrested for fourth degree assault.
  • Heritage Park, Saturday. A 16-year-old girl was arrested for fourth-degree assault after allegedly bashing her 15-year-old sister’s head against a car hood during an argument over a boy. The younger sibling was treated and released at a local hospital.

Arrests

WW Police

  • Adan Gutierrez-Carmona, 36, 146 W. Tietan Avenue, Sunday. Charge: investigation of driving while intoxicated.

CP Police

  • Derrick V. Casey, 38, 315 S. Andrea Street, Milton-Freewater, Monday. Charge: investigation of driving while intoxicated.

MF Police

  • Glenn Key, 618 County Road, Milton-Freewater, Friday. Charge: investigation of possession of methamphetamine.

Vandalism

WW Police

  • 1300 block of Olive Street. Police arrested a 66-year-old man after he reportedly damaged his television set in a fit of anger.

WW County Sheriff

  • 100 block of Detour Road, Touchet. Tires slashed on a 2011 Chevrolet pickup.

MIscellaneous

WW County Sheriff

  • 900 block of Ninth Avenue. A 15-year-old girl allegedly destroyed a $1,500 electronic ankle bracelet while under house supervision. The teen told police she broke the tracking device because she wanted to return to the Juvenile Justice Center.

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