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- June 13, 2012 VouR CO~MUNITV Page 9 PUBLIC rr_tv June 11 7:54 a.m. - Caller reported theft of scrap metal valued at $500 over the weekend, 4400 block of Main. Report taken. 8:46 a.m. - Caller reported that a stop sign was gone from location, 40th and Linden. Report taken for second-degree theft. 11:26 a.m. - Caller reported being-asked to cash a fraudulent Post Office money order through her bank, Sweet Home Post Office. Report taken. 12:38 p.m. - Daniel Kenneth Oberg, 23, arrested on Sweet Home warrant for failure to comply on original charge of theft by receiv- ing. June 10 1:43 p.m. - Julia Rose Tri- etsch, 24, arrested on Lebanon war- rant for failure to comply on origi- nal charge of failure to appear and a new charge of possession of less than an ounce of marijuana within 1,000 feet of a school, 15th and Main. Cited and released. June 9 1:08 a.m. - Single-vehicle rollover crash, Main and Clark Mill. No citations. Ethan Chadwick Edgerly Duke, 32, transported to Samaritan Lebanon Community Hospital by medics. 2:17 p.m. - Danny John Kleiven, 55, arrested on Benton County warrant for failure to appear on original charge of possession of meth and on a new charge of possession of meth. 1240 Nandina St. Transported to Linn County Jail. 4:21 p.m. - Leonard Eugene Scott, 52, arrested on Sweet Home warrant for failure to appear on original charge of second-degree criminal trespass, Medford. June 8 12:04 p.m. - Caller reported that a female crawled through his window and stole $700, 3200 block of Main. Repol't taken for first- degree burglary and second-degree theft. 1:45 p.m. - Brian Anthony Fox, 19, arrested on Albany warrant for failure to appear on original charge of larceny and Philomath warrant for failure to comply on original charge of possession of marijuana within 1,000 feet of a school, 1530 Tamarack St., Mountain Shadows Trailer Park. Cited and released. 4:23 p.m. - Steven Allen Jones, 22, arrested for second-degree theft, fraudulent use of a credit card, computer crime and identity theft, Sun Motel. Cited and released. 8:39 p.m. - Brian Anthony Fox, 19, arrested for third-degree theft of property valued at $25.28, 154aMain St., Safeway. Cited and released. June 7 4:02 a.m. - Caller reported it sounded like someone or something is on the roof, 900 block of Third. Officers responded. Nothing suspicious. A couple of cats were on the roof. 11:40 a.m. - Keith Frank Szlavich. 43, arrested on state warrant for parole violation. 323 17th Ave. Transported to Linn County Jail. 12:03 p.m. - Robert-James Flader, 54, arrested on Linn County warrant for failure to comply on original charge of third-degree theft, 3224 Main St. Transported to Linn County Jail. 1:18 p.m. - Caller reported his bicycle was stolen about a month and a half ago from his residence, 3400 block of Juniper. Report taken. Bicycle valued at $150. 1:34 p.m. - Kayla Marie Kragness, 16, referred to Juvenile Department for minor in possession of tobacco, 1185 27th Ave. 7:09 p.m. - Caller reported a theft, 400 block of Maple. Report . taken for theft of approximately $630 in property. June 6 4:24 a.m. - Colten Lester Bateson, 25, arrested on Sweet Home warrant for failure to comply on original charge of second-degree criminal mischief, Lebanon. Cited and released. 8:22 a.m. - Caller reported that someone tried to break out the front window, 1000 block of Nandina. Report taken for first- degree criminal mischief and first- degree theft. Damage estimated at $1,600 and stolen items valued at $1,200. 4:27 p.m. - Caller reported theft of cell phone, 1950 Main St., Sweet home Police Department. Investigation continuing. 5:06 p.m. - Caller reported that someone has attempted to obtain credit in his and his wife's names multiple times, 1950 Main St., Sweet Home Police Department. Report taken for identity theft. 8:01 p.m. - Caller located a small baggie of marijuana; 2405 Main St., Circle K. Marijuana seized for destruction. 8:15 p.m. - Caller found a baggie of marijuana near his vehicle at Lakeside Market, 5401 Main St. Marijuana seized for destruction. June 5 9:58 a.m. - Caller reported that neighbor's 9-year-old son is shooting airsoft guns. 1000 block of 12th. Officer counseled parent about city ordinance proliibiting airsoft guns from being fired. 10:49 a,m. - Caller reported theft of stainless steel re)eater cover, 1400 block of Long. Report taken for second-degree theft. Value estimated at $300. 3:09 p.m. - Caller reported that her tire had a knife blade stuck in it, 1000 block of 42nd. Report taken. From page 8 The new contract, which still must be signed by PIE, increases the Sweet Home Charter School's enrollment cap from 234 to 270, allowing enough room to add a seventh and eighth grade. The additional enrollment may only be used to add the new grades. Kindergarten students count as half in terms of enrollment. The contract is for five years. PIE had requested a larger enrollment cap but did not want it limited to new grades, and PIE also sought a 10-year contract. In other business, the board: Learned that Sweet Home High School will not allow students owing fees to walk at next year's graduation ceremony. The high school has about $6,138 in outstanding fees, said Principal Pat Stineff. Right now. the school allows them to walk but it won't give them a diploma or transcripts until the fees are paid. Most of the fees are from lost textbooks, which can cost more than $100. The school has put barcodes on the books, and that has helped. but students still lose the textbooks. Students are also behind in paying athletic fees. They also owe money for lost uniforms. Thirty-three seniors owe money, Stineff said. The amount ranges from $42 to $697, with about 70 to 80 percent owing more than $100. A number of those who owe will go on to the Access College Today program, which delays awarding of the diploma, allowing the district to pay college tuition for high school students after they would normally have graduated. Once they're in college, the college is not concerned about the diploma, she said, so some students may never pay off their debts. As a result, the school will a~tempt to get them to pay by denying them the privilege of walking in the graduation ceremony. "Walking at graduation is a privilege, not a right," Stineff said. Learned that the district will create a committee to ttetermine how to structure the swimming pool program. The levy to fund the pool was approved by the community, Schrader said, and he thought the planning process should include the community. The committee will include district staff and community members and a board member if the board wishes to be represented. Approved the retirement of Sweet Home Junior High School Principal Hal Huschka and approved a personal retirement agreement to allow him to work during the 2012- 13 school year. Hired Alison Epperl2/ as district speech and language pathologist. Hired Matt Banta as half- time PE and health teacher at Sweet Home High School. Hired Kyle Moeller as fifth- and sixth-grade teacher at Halley. Accepted the resignation of Jill Denbrook, Hawthorne and Oak Heights Title I teacher. Accepted a $1,000 Wells Fargo grant to Foster School. Hired Elspeth Leisman as fourth- and fifth-grade teacher at Hawthorne School. Hired Leslie Jennings as second-grade teacher at Oak Heights. Approved the transfer of $50,000 to the district's newly estabfished Textbook and Technology Fund. As discussed at the April 30 See Board, page 12 DCB Dennis Barnhart 26 YEARS ELECTRICAL EXPERIENCE CCB* I946I7 Bonded & Insured Cell: 54I-4o9-8426 Home:541-367"73o2 dcbelectriCdennis@aol.com 6:46 p.m. - caller reported theft of his daughter's bicycle, 1530 Tamarack St., Mountain Shadows Trailer Park. Report taken for theft of $200 bicycle. June 4 4:20 p.m. - Caller reported that 'a vacant rental house was entered, 3000 block of Green River. Report taken for first-degree burglary and theft of $50 in miscellaneous tools. 5:21 p.m. - Caller reported that her debit card was stolen and used in Sweet Home, 1950 Main St., Sweet Home Police Department. Report taken. Investigation continuing. 8:49 p.m. - Travis Earl Pressey, 34, arrested on Sweet Home warrant for failure to comply on original charge ot: interfering with a police officer, Lebanon. Transported to Linn County Jail. 8:56 p.m. - Briana Lynn Elmer, 21, arrested for first-degree criminal trespass, 1110 Nandina St. Cited and released. ~&~5 ;5 uling, A. Certain medications can De affected by fruit juice. Graoefruit juice has been Known for some time now to INCREASE the blood levels of several different medications including statins. If you are currently taking a medication that is affected by grapefruit juice it is Jameu [athoofl.HPH best to avoid grapefruit or grapefruit Pharmacist juice altogether since it's effect on the medicafiori lasts about 3 days. More recently, orange juice and apple juice hove been found To DECREASE levels of some me,cations including Allegro. yroxine. Cipro and Leva- In the case of this potential interac-- - tion, takina the medication at least 4 (541131i?-1~171 hours opal1 from the juice wili oreverfl G21 Main Street. 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