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Page 10 Vc t JR ( .C MMI JNITV July 11,2012 From page 5 8:50 p.m. - Michael David Roentz, 41, arrested on Sweet Home warrant for failure to comply on original charge of driving under the influence, Linn County. Cited and released. 4:09 p.m. - Caller reported that someone spending the night stole 10:16 p.m. - Caller reported $120 in goods and cash, 1200 block that she was a victim of a scam, 1200 of 55th. Report taken, block of 23rd. Information noted. 5:05 p.m. - Caller reported July4 that someone painted the back of 3:48 p.m.-Caller reported theft the truck at the Fair Share Gleaners of $300, 890 Main St. Report taken. purple, 900 block of Main. Report 4:09 p.m. - Guy R, Tagen, 42, taken.- arrested on Sweet Home warrant for 7:41 p.m.-Britiany RaeKleint, failure to appear on original charge 19, arrested on Lebanon warrant of second-degree criminal trespass, for failure to comply and failure Lebanon. Held at Sweet Home to appear on a criminal citation Police Department Jail for court the and charged with unauthorized use following day. of a motor vehicle, and Gabriel 10:13 p.m. - Caller reported Curtiss Campbell, 33, arrested hearing lots of firearms going off, on Albany warrant for failure making it sound like a war zone, 1530 to comply on original charge Of Tamarack St., Mountain Shadows providing false information to a Trailer Park. Officer drove through police officer and two Linn County the area and found a lot of families warrants for failure to appear on out but observed nothing "illegal or original charges of possession loud. of a controlled substance within 10:14 p.m. - Caller reported 1,000 feet of a school; charged that neighbors four or five doors with unauthorized use of a motor away were setting off fireworks that vehicle and possession of a stolen concerned the caller, Osage behind vehicle; and cited for driving while Cedar Shack. Officer responded. 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Country kitchen, laminate flooring, oversized rooms and lots of decking. Shop with RV parking, barn and implement shed. Property borders gated CTC land. $269,900 MLS#651542 (541)40%4962 Kitsey Trewin I (541)401-5612 Angela Weld t {541)619-6143 Diann Rasmussen (541) 40%9132 Debbie Adams I (541) 409-1800 Todd Branson setting off aerial fireworks, which 8:54 p.m. - Michael Lloyd 9:45 p.m.-Callerreportedwhat damaged caller's vehicle, 10th and Mustoe, 49, arrested for second- sounds like gunshots or fireworks in Alder. Contacted owner. Marks came degree animal neglect, 3224 Main the area, Ames Creek and Mountain off of vehicle. Caller was concerned St. Cited and released. Caller had View. Officer responded and about blocking the street. Officer reported that subjects were keeping remained in the area for awhile. checked the area and could see where chickens in a dog crate, and the Everything quiet. fireworks had been, but no one was in chickens were covered in feces. June 30 the area. When the officer drove back 9:39 p.m. - Caller reported 1:21 p.m. - Caller reported that through, the street had been cleaned illegal fireworks, end of Harding a female had just reached into the up, and there were no hazards. .Street. Officer responded. Unable to cash register and took money, 4804 10:29 p.m. - Caller reported locate anyone setting off fireworks. Main St., Spoletto's. Caller was able a lot of aerial fireworks being set Officer saw one bottle rocket go to get money back, but female left off by Hubbard Park off the end of off but could not tell where it came location walking. Report taken. Foothills Drive. Officer responded, from. 3:15 p.m. - Donna Lea Corbett, unable to locate. July 2 41, arrested for first-degree burglary, 10:42 p.m. - Caller reported 1:31 a.m. - Caller reportedsecond-degree theft, second-degree loud fireworks going off in the area, someone set off fireworks by her attempted theft, identity theft and rattling windows and scaring the house, 1300 block of Tamarack. fraudulent use of a credit card. caller's dog, 31.37 Main St., Trailer Officer responded. Unable to locate. Transported to Linn County Jail. Villa. Officer checked the area. 12:55 p.m. - Caller reported that 3:22 p.m. - Caller reported Fireworks were going off but not in someone broke into her residence, .possible fireworks in the area, 1300 the immediate area. 300 block of 17th. block of Quince. Officer responded. 10:45 p.m. - Caller reported 1:07 p.m. - Caller reported that Area all quiet. loud fireworks going off either in the medications were stolen from truck, June 29 park or nearby, Sankey Park. Officer 1540 Main St., Safeway. Report3:16 p.m. - Single-vehicle responded and saw legal fireworks, taken, crash, 43100 block of McDowell which were not very loud. 5:28 p.m. - Caller reported a Creek. Single vehicle was flipped 10:45 p.m. - Caller reported loud noise from Second Avenue, over. Driver left Camp Tadmor and cannon-type stuff being shot off, and it was not fireworks. Officer while coming down the hill, left the 18th and Grape. Officer responded, responded. Unable to locate any loud roadway on the northside of the road Area dark and quiet, noises, and lost control crossing over the 11:16 p.m. - Caller located 7:09 p.m. - Caller reportecl oncoming lane and back to impact broken drug pipe, 2405 Main St.. neighbors were shooting a BB gun in the north shoulder. No injuries. No Circle K. Item seized, an empty lot behind their house. 2200 citations. 11:22 p.m - Caller reported block of Harding. Officer contacted 4:07 p.m. - Caller reported that illegal fireworks being set off, 47th residents and advised them of city she just watched someone scratch her and Math. Officer responded. Unable ordinance. They agreed to stOp. rental car. 1200 block of Nandina. to locate. 7:38 p.m. - Tulsa Blue Harden. Officer responded and found two July 3 20. cited and released in field for damaged vehicles. Report taken for 6:30 a.m. - Caller reported that third-degree theft. 621 Main St.. approximately $500 in damage. he passed out due to intoxication Thriftway. Approximate value of July 28 somewhere near 25th and Harding. items allegedly taken was $17.37. 12:27 p.m. - Caller reported that When he woke up, his pants. 9p.m.-Callerreportedsomeonesomeone broke into house during shoes, socks and cell phone were is lettingoffillegalfireworks. Second the night, 38800 Mountain Home. all gone. 900 block of Oak Terrace. Avenue. Officer responded. Unable Stolen chainsaw, backpack, tent and Information noted, to locate sleeping bag yalued at about $300. 8:58 a.m. - Caller found shoes, July 1 Tool box and_tools, stolen, butwalue pants, socks, keys and a cell phone at 12:41 p.m. - Caller reported was unknown. Report taken. the end of his driveway, 400 block of theft of 12 gallons of gasoline from l l :47 p.m. - Caller reported that Ninth. Property seized and returned his truck while parked at Calkins his stove was stolen, 29200 block of to owner. Boat Ramp. Report taken. Pleasant Valley. Report taken. Victim's role in fire under investigation Police are investigating a fire in which a Sweet Home woman was seriously burned on July 1 in her manufactured home. A neighbor called the police to space 217 at Mountain Shadows Trailer Park, 1530 Tamarack St. at 6:54 p.m. "She called and reported that the victim had just caught the vic- tim's house on fire, and the victim was burned," Lynn said. Officers located Kristie Kin- caid. 36, who had been burned. She had made several com- ments about wanting to harm her- self," Lynn said. Medics responded and transported her to Samaritan Lebanon Community Hospital for mental evaluation and treatment. She was transferred to the Legacy Oregon Burn Center at Legacy Emanuel Hospital in Portland. The case is under review to see ! Firemen work to put out a fire in Shadows Trailer Park on July 1. Photo by Scan C. Morgan a manufactured home in the Mountain .if charges are warranted, Lynn said. Potential charges could in- "What we'll probably do is get the clude reckless burning or arson, he district attorney's take on it." said~ From page 10 led- was scheduled to begin Sunday, July 15. During two phone calls from The New Era reporters, the man said his name was Percy West, and he said the film was a low-budget pro- duction oy four amateur filmmakers. He said the budget would be less than $200,000. He told The New Era on Fri- day that the film didn't have nearly enough people yet in the Sweet ed," West said. "This is our second Home area, so the filmmakers were movie." considering relocating and instead He said that the production doing it on the back of the Warner company made a movie called "Be- lot. ron Kid," but it didn't do very well. "Things are just in flux right West said that he had 18 or 19 now," West said. "If you take cam- seniors who were interested in his eras and nobody's going to be there, project, but he needed 50. you're just throwing away produc- When told that seniors in this ers' money." area are concerned about giving their "This is going to be like a giant private information to West, he said stage play," West said. "This is going the personal information is neces- to be our 'Driving Miss Daisy.'" sary. And then he said the budget "It takes about 50 people in would be less than $60,000. "We're just trying to get start- Movie, page 11