Emergency Services - 8/14/14


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 Wednesday and today unless otherwise noted.

Walla Walla

Police arrested a 22-year-old woman after she became combative while officers served an order to remove her child from her custody.

Graffiti reported on the front door of the First Congregational Church.

Two-vehicle collision reported at the intersection of Walla Walla Avenue and Blue Street: no injuries reported.

A 74-year-old woman reported her purse was stolen from her car while she was running errands in Walla Walla.

A 41-year-old woman was cited for shoplifting false nails at Shopko.

Red graffiti reported in alleyways in the area of Third Avenue and Cherokee Street.

A leaf blower was reportedly stolen from a yard in the 2001 block of Gemstone Drive.

A fly-fishing pole was reported stolen in the 900 block of Isaacs Avenue.

Blue Moon Massage and Artworks reported a pair of $60 earrings stolen while at the Farmer’s Market.

Walla Walla County

A laptop computer, a .40 caliber pistol, two bottles of Tylenol and a bottle of allergy medicine reported stolen from a home in the 2000 block of Walts Lane.

Tractor roll-over reported near Fishhook Park Road. The driver of the tractor was reportedly trapped under a tire.


WW Police

John Placencia Torres, 21, 1733 E. Alder St., Wednesday. Charge: investigation of driving while intoxicated.

WW County Sheriff

Leopoldo F. Corrales, 36, 306 N. Water St., Wednesday. Charge: investigation of residential burglary

Arturo Garcia Lara, 28, 601 S. Mill St., Milton-Freewater, Wednesday. Charge: investigation of residential burglary and felony violation of the Uniform Controlled Substances Act.


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