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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

MF Police

200 block of Northeast 11th Avenue. Report of stolen wallet.

Umatilla County Sheriff

Sunquist Road, Milton-Freewater. A Milton-Freewater man reported a case of fraud after he bought an airplane ticket, then changed his flight. The man told police he was charged twice for the flight change, once by his booking agent, and once by the airline.

Schubert Road, A bracelet valued at $3,000 and other items reported stolen from residence.

Didion Lane, Milton-Freewater. A man reported he is missing two vehicles after “he blacked out for a couple of days.” The man added his wallet was in one of the vehicles, but that he did not want to sign the truck and minivan as stolen.


MF Police

Main and Broadway streets. Report of hit-and-run collision that left a vehicle and dumpster damaged.


WW Police

Maughan and Associates, 17 E. Rose St. Graffiti reported.


WW Police

Granite Drive, Friday. Police are investigating a report of a “non-accidental skull-fracture caused by shaking” to a month-old child. Walla Walla General Hospital staff reported the incident; the infant was transported to Sacred Heart Medical Center.

WW County Sheriff

Harvey Shaw Road, Monday. A man and woman were arrested on investigation of criminal trespassing after getting a 1998 Dodge pickup stuck in a muddy farm field. The owners of the property told law enforcement officers the couple would need to come ask permission to retrieve the vehicle.

Umatilla County Sheriff

Hermiston Circuit Court, Hermiston. The Hermiston Circuit Court was evacuated after a report of a bomb threat.

Mill Creek Road, Walla Walla. A woman reported a suspicious truck parked in her driveway, and she was “by herself and needs to go to work, but is scared to try to approach the vehicle.”


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