Emergency Services - 3/11/13

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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 unless otherwise noted.

Thefts, Burglaries

WW Police

  • La Ramada, 1708 Isaacs Ave. Three suspects consumed $73 of food and alcohol before fleeing the scene.
  • 200 block of West Sunset Drive, Burbank. Attempted vehicle prowl.

WW County Sheriff

  • 700 block of Maple Street, Waitsburg. A Sheriff’s Office deputy spotted a white Honda car half spray-painted red. A license plate check revealed the vehicle had been reported stolen. The owner of the vehicle reclaimed it, turning over several items found in the car that did not belong to him, including a “martial arts weapon,” a laptop computer, car keys and drug paraphernalia.
  • 200 block of West Sunset Drive, Burbank. Attempted vehicle prowl.
  • 7200 block of East Highway 124, Prescott. Items, including power tools, valued at $632, reported stolen from garage and shed.

MF Police

  • Milton-Freewater Municipal Golf Course. Golf cart reported stolen: was later recovered near Locust Street.
  • 100 block of South Main Street. Bicycle reported stolen.
  • 100 block of Southeast 17th Ave. Vehicle prowl. A Nintendo DS game system and other items reported stolen.

Columbia County Sheriff

  • 900 block of South Sixth Street. Vehicle prowl reported.
  • 600 block of North First Street. Theft of cash reported.

Assaults

WW County Sheriff

  • 100 block of Gala Drive, Prescott. A 14-year-old girl was arrested for assaulting her mother during an argument that started during a discussion about spending the day with her boyfriend and his mother.

Collisions

WW Police

  • Ninth Avenue and Poplar Street, 3:13 p.m., Saturday. Two vehicle collision: no injuries reported.

Arrests

WW Police

  • Nicholas A. Torrescano, 27, 151 Boyer Drive, Sunday. Charge: investigation of driving while intoxicated.
  • Gregorio J. Robledo, 25, Reno, NV, this morning. Charge: investigation of felony harassment.

WW County Sheriff

  • Charles W. Falconer, 30, no permanent address listed, Saturday. Charge: investigation of possession of a stolen vehicle.

Vandalism

WW Police

  • 300 block of South Eighth Ave. Pone box on the side of a residence reportedly broken.

MF Police

  • Rotary Sports Field. Graffiti reported.

Columbia County Sheriff

  • 700 block of East Main Street. Vehicle reportedly toilet-papered.

Miscellaneous

WW Police

  • The Green Lantern, 1606 Isaacs Ave., this morning. Police arrested a Reno, Nevada, man for felony harassment and fourth-degree assault after the 25-year-old threatened to kill a security worker at the pub. The fracas started when Gregorio Robledo and several friends attempted to enter The Green Lantern. Robledo was allowed in but his friends were not, according to Walla Walla Police, because they were carrying open containers of alcohol. Robledo’s friends, according to police, then attempted to climb the fence surround the pub’s patio area to gain entrance. That failing, Robledo then attempted to leave with an open container of alcohol he had purchased, and was stopped by security personnel. Robledo became combative, and was subsequently arrested.

WW County Sheriff

  • Burbank. A 68-year-old man was arrested for communicating with a minor after allegedly handing an 11-year-old girl a note requesting she have sex with him in exchange for a cellphone and money. According to a Walla Walla County Sheriff’s Office report, the man was riding in a vehicle with his son, who was taking a group of girls from his church roller skating. The 11-year-old told police she pretended she threw the note out the window when the man asked her to return it, but kept the note hidden inside her jacket.
  • Walla Walla. Sheriff’s deputies arrested Charles Falconer, 30, for possession of a stolen vehicle after spotting the man driving a 1989 Dodge Daytona that was reported stolen after it was taken for a test drive, Wednesday, and never returned. According to a Sheriff’s Office report, Falconer said he was just filling the car up with fuel to return it when he was stopped.

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