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Page 8 PUP, LIC ._.,"" 00&apos;FETV April 9 9:18 a.m. - Jordan Michael Colvano, 21, cited for passing in a no-passing zone, Highway 20 and Riggs Hill. 10 a.m. - Caller reported that his wallet was lifted on Saturday, 800 block of Main. Information noted. Caller unsure if lost, stolen or misplaced. 1 p.m. - Fire alarm activated at Sweet Home Police Department, 1950 Main St. Noticeable smoke inside the Police Department. Sweet Home Fire and Ambulance Free Pregnancy Tests 367-2447 1344 Main St. Open Mon. & Wed. 12-5 www.possiblypregnant.org District responded and located a heating and air conditioning unit that had a burned out motor, which blew smoke into the detention area, activating the fire alarm. April 8 11:16 a.m. - Caller reported that a male subject just got out of a silver Dodge truck and stole the caller's backpack, 621 Main St, Thriftway. Officer responded. Caller was not positive the subject in the Dodge took the backpack. Report taken for theft of $300 in items. 2:18 p.m. - Ashley Ellen Arndt, 25, cited for speeding; 54- 35, 2300 block of Main. 2:21 p.m. - Patricia Michclle Messer, 42, cited for driving uninsured, just west of 18th and Main. [541]451-4808 1155 ParkSlreet Lebanon, ORg?]SS uJuJm.daitey-heatth;com A: Yes. There @re a codple of ways to approach the problem, ideally, o person wiJl siart treah'ents for ailerges a few monlhs bebre the seasor when Ihey are affecfed i'hdt way we car" take @ root level approach to 1he problem (und 1rear the under!yhg pattern 1hat aliows the aliergy to exist. This approach to treot merit can moderate or eimindte the I effehts or ihe otlergy. The other l ,pI.,roach'- io lrealing allergies is to ffeal he symptoms of allergy when 1he patient is affected by if, his is cor}sidered a branch levei approach. For rr'ost cases, evert when the alergy patient is h on aiJergic flare-up, branch-root'-treat- ments, are sfiil possible to get the patient% heaith kdrtding back on couls(% JeqEathoon.RPH Pharmacisl ECONOMY DROGS [$41] 3Gl-gl? G21 liain Street, Sweet Nome Located inside Thriflmy A. 5ir'ce lbe Japan kr-leor disosler, demard to! potassium iodide (Ki) hqs skyrock.- eted to the point fhclt supply cannot keep up. Whiie KI doesn't prolecl ibe whole body L,'om radiation, it does help proeet the thyroid by sqturcMng it wilh K! cnd hus bloc:king the absorption of 1he r,ad;oaciive Kk A single dos@ of K protects tle tiyro;d for 24 hours and usv31iy r-eeds to be token fo very shod periods. CL;rFently the .adioactive ieveis are not neclr or expected to reach the levels necessary io treat wilh KI in the United Stdfe. and recomme wJc, tions are to NOT take Ki at tHs time, Taking Ki mere often than recom- mended o taking a higher dose ihar, suggested does net offer more plotectior and can cause severe iiiness ,') de,ath Emergercy moragen'ent otficiois and publk healti officials are moritofing Kdkacfivity leveis ahd if for some reason ra,dieacfivit,j leveis do exceed dangerous thresioids thet ae prepared to fesperid, Diana Barron. liD ISarnaritan Health Services [$41) 768-4280 3511 XUI Samarilan Dr., Suite lOO [orualtis. OR tJ?330 ]efe Ge peopie '[b', Uthd]<TgFo',ed "@e[] apqee - o ,(:on.d 9i;)r where bea,hing i irffer [)tnc d 6ri7 ,sl.ep, Syrnfb'c; ns cqri hck,Je iOU(-  noting od wokng uP ciiok['q ci cqp'g, Deytme Sy[':ipio[i K, t';CI i{:k!<('" S}:'Gp[D"I,S, ' GYl (N'/ fro w:),%  (, hOC>d chQrlge,,, VCM Jl ('_cm mUNITV 11  ra- April 11,2012 7:51 p.m. - Caller reported that someone stole his son's wallet with approximately $390 in it, 1100 block of 49th. Report taken. Son not sure if it was lost or taken. 11:20 p.m. - Ashley Mac Waters, 22, arrested on Sweet Home warrant for failure to appear on original charge of carrying a concealed weapon, Lebanon. Transported to Linn County Jail. April 7 3 a.m. - Kimberly Patricia Ann Walker, 39, cited for no license, 3100 block of Main. 4:43 a.m. - Travis Trent Stach- Sells, 22, arrested on Linn County warrant for fourth-degree assault and Jered Douglas Roebuck, 15, taken into custody for curfew violation, 49th and Larch. Stach- Sells transported to Linn County Jail. Roebuck released to mother. 5:26 p.m. - Jeffrey Frazier Smith, 34, cited for speeding, 56- 35, Pleasant Valley and Main. 8:59 p.m. - Christian Charles Hesberg, 16, taken into custody for possession of marijuana within 1,000 feet of a school and referred for minor in possession of alcohol by consumption and Christopher Louis Westbrook, 21, arrested for possession of marijuana within 1,000 feet of a school, 877 14th Ave., Upper Sankey Park. April 6 12:25 a.m. - Caller requested that an officer respond to location and ask someone to turn off a generator, which was loud and keeping the caller awake, 1600 block of 11 th. Officer contacted a resident and advised the resident of the complaint. Resident turned off generator. 3:16 p.m. - Trevor Andrew Beeman, 13, taken into custody for attempted assault against a police officer, resisting arrest and second- degree criminal mischief, 2235 Long St. Cited and released. 5:42 p.m. - Caller reported that someone stole some of his daughter's belongings at school, 1641 Long St., Sweet Home High School. Report taken for theft of approximately $150 in items. 6:38 p.m. - Cody Dean Hildebrandt, 20, arrested for fourth- degree assault (domestic violence) and strangulation in connection to a Photo by Scan C. Morgan Jared Richey opens a door into a ceiling at the Sweet Police Department Monday afternoon to find the source of smoke that filled the detention area. The cause was a burned-out motor in a heating and air conditioning unit on the roof. report on March 28, 4199 Main St. Transported to Linn County Jail. 6:52 p.m. - James Marcus Cornwell, 16, and Shawn Patrick Jefferson, 17, taken into custody for reckless burning, second-degree burglary, first-degree criminal trespass and minor in possession of alcohol, 2210 Tamarack St. Caller reported two juveniles jumped a fence on the mill property and that they were behind a small shed. Another call stated males had set fire to a building and left area on foot. Firefighters responded and found an abandoned and stripped piano had been burned. Cornwell and Jefferson transported to Linn- Benton Juvenile Detention Center. 9:21 p.m. - Caller reported Information for the Public Safety report in The New Era is drawn from local police and fire agencies. It is important to remember that the fact that we report that someone is arrested or cited for a crime does not mean they are guilty. Guilt is only determined through the courts. Addresses listed typically indicate the location of the incident or of the arrest, but sometimes may indicate the origin of the call. someone tried to break into her car, 1300 block of Main. Report taken for criminal mischief and unauthorized entry into a motor vehicle. April 5 2:28 a.m. - Rockie Eugene William Morse, 38, arreSted on Albany warrant for failure to comply on original charge of second-degree theft, 12th and Juniper. Cited and released. 11:21 a.m. - Caller reported that someone entered her car during the night and took a car seat, speaker, candy and prescription drugs, 1200 block of 55th. Items valued at $20. 5:29 p.m. - Caller reported cousin's residence was burglarized, 1800 block of Tamarack. Report taken for first-degree burglary. 6:12 p.m. Caller reported the theft of a Samoyed, 41900 block of Marks Ridge. Dog returned later in the day. April 4 8:27 a.m. - Caller reported pickup was damaged during the night, 600 block of Fourth. Information noted. 11:32 a.m.- Kostanty Stephen Knurowski, 33, arrested on five counts of third-degree sexual abuse, 1950 Main St., Sweet Home Police Department. Transported to Linn County Jail. 3:42 p.m. - Caller reported theft of credit card and bank card, 42400 block of North River. Report taken. 4:39 p.m. - Caller reported trespassers on property posted "no trespassing" by the Linn County Board of Commissioners, 42300 block of North River. Caller reported that the trespassers may have taken metal off of the property, including a wood stove, old stroller frames, a spool of copper wire, an older camp trailer frame, angle iron See Safety, page 10