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Page 8 pUI00LIc "ArET9 July 30 8:10 a.m. - Jeremy Michael Wayne Hicks, 31, arrested on Linn cOunty warrant for failure to appear on original charge of contempt of court and Linn County warrant for contempt of court, felon in possession of a restricted weapon and carrying a concealed weapon. Also cited for possession of less than an ounce of marijuana, 580 Main St. Transported to Linn County Jail. 9:16 a.m. - Caller reported the theft of an old battery, fuel tank and stinger hitch from his trailer, 2400 block of Main. Information noted. 11:51 a.m.- Caller reported eggs thrown at his house, and the sidewalls of his tires were slashed, 800 block of Eighth. Report taken for $100 in damage. July 29 2:39 p.m. - Caller reported that her identity had been stolen, and someone had used it to open accounts with Comcast and others, and Uon Roofing, Over 30 years experience Free estimates Locally owned Tear-offs with no mess Hand nailed, architect & 3-tab shingles Snap-lock, Hi-rib metal & fiat roofs All workmanship guaranteed CCB# 110950 1700 block of Long. Report taken. 4:35 p.m. - Caller reported that someone took items out of his unlocked vehicle, 1200 block of 23rd. Report taken for theft of $60 in items. 5:36 p.m. - Caller reported that a male just told her that he had broken into her house a couple of nights earlier and then took off on foot down Tamarack Street toward Quince Street. Officer responded. Unable to locate. 6:35 p.m. - Caller reported that someone broke into his house during the day while he was gone. Report taken. Value of stolen items and damaged door was $275. 8:50 p.m. - Caller reported hearing fireworks, 1500 block of Tamarack. Officer contacted two males who stated they did use fireworks earlier but would not anymore. 10:40 p.m. - Whitney Marie Spenst, 22, cited for failure to carry proof of insurance, 1100 block of Nandina. July 28 1:40 a.m. -Angie Kay Cline, 37, cited for no license, driving uninsured and failure to carry proof of insurance, 1530 Tamarack St., Mountain Shadows Mobile Home Park. Vehicle impounded. 7:38 a.m. - Caller reported theft of car, cell phone and money, 6200 block of Main. Report taken. 4:06 p.m. - Marissa Nicole Carlson, 19, cited for speeding, 52- 35, 2400 block of Main. 9:38 p.m. - Robert James Flader, 54, arrested for second- degree disorderly conduct, 3224 Main St., South Fork Mobile Home Park. Cited and released. 11"40 p.m. - Vern Lee Clark, 30, arrested on Lebanon and Linn County warrants for failure to appear, Shell Station. Cited and released. July 27 2:56 p.m. - Two callers reported a female passenger in a gray Kia throwing paper out the window onto the roadway, Highway 20 eastbound from Soda Fork. A Sweet Home officer stopped the vehicle and warned the passenger for throwing debris onto the roadway. 2:59 p.m. - Caller reported subjects spray painting address VCSI ID _CM MI INITV  1, r= - August 1,2012 numbers onto the curb for money, 1200 block of 46th. Officer responded. Unable to locate. 4:18 p.m. - Caller reported male at gas station with open container on lap, 2200 block of Main. Officer contacted the driver, who did have an open container. Driver was trespassed from the property and counseled on the importance of not drinking and driving. There were no signs of intoxication. 5:]6 p.m. - Johnny Ray Parsons, 45, arrested for driving under the influence, eastbound on Highway 20. Cited and released. Vehicle impounded. 11:27 p.m. - Nathan Allen Deffenbaugh, 36, cited and released on Lebanon warrant for possession of less than an ounce and failure to appear, 1250 Nandina St. 11:47 p.m. - Caller reported the theft of a $ I00 camera from her car, 2200 block of Long. Report taken. July 26 2-17 a.m. -Terrance Edwin Slimp, 20, turned himself in on Linn County warrant for probation violation on original charge of distribution of marijuana, 1950 Main St., Sweet Home Police Department. Transported to Linn County Jail. 4:09 p.m. - Caller reported that someone had been backing into her car intentionally, leaving paint transfers, 1600 block of Elm. Report taken. 8:53 p.m. - Caller reported that a male took items and left on a bicycle, 1540 Main St., Safeway. Loss valued at $1.99. 9:24 p.m. - Raymond Vincent Aguilar, 52, cited for no license, 1000 block of Long. 9:53 p.m. - Caller reported that a male stole beer from Safeway and left on foot, 1540 Main st. Report taken. All stolen merchandise recovered. July 25 12:16 p.m. - Theodore Rynveld, 51, cited for driving while suspended, 4200 block of Main. 3:09 p.m. - Caller reported the theft of a generator off of the back deck two nights earlier, 1100 block of 38th. Report taken for theft of $250 2,000-watt generator and $ 100 motorized scooter. 10:59 p.m.- Rhonda Lee Mills, 24, cited for driving uninsured, 1500 block of Main. July 24 8:13 a.m. - J.J. Lee Purcell, 20, arrested on Sweet Home warrant for failure to comply on original charge of third-degree criminal mischief, Eugene. Cited and released. 12:23 p.m. - James David Hackworth, 15, taken into custody on four counts of second-degree criminal mischief, 1950 Main St., Sweet Home Police Department. Released to grandmother. 2:17 p.m. - Caller reported finding two marijuana plants in the area, 6000 block of Main. Officer located plants and destroyed them. 10:08 p.m. - Robert James Flader, 54, arrested for second- degree disorderly conduct, 3224 Main St., South Fork Mobile Home Park. Cited and released. 11:06 p.m. - Curtis Ray Ellis, 23, arrested for second-degree disorderly conduct and fourth- degree assault, 3224 Main St., South Fork Mobile Home Park. Cited and released. July 23 2:12 p.m. - Jason Leroyce Anderson, 25, arrested for fourth- degree assault (domestic violence) and strangulation and Sweet Home warrant for failure to appear on original charge of second-degree criminal mischief, 1551 12th Ave. Transported to Linn County Jail. 11:01 p.m. - Brandon Michael Luke, 15, referred to Juvenile Department for runaway and curfew violation, Mountain View north of Elm. July 21 2:14 p.m. - Caller advised that a 20-year-old female was at the water's edge with a possible broken back, Clear Lake/Carmen Smith Reservoir area. Sisters medics responded to help her. The National Guard flew her by helicopter to River Bend Hospital in Springfield. Friends of the victim said they were visiting the area, and the victim decided to jump from a ledge about 50 to 80 feet above the water after watching her boyfriend jump. They said she landed wrong, causing her injury. Neighborhood Watch groups to observe National Night Out By Sean C. Morgan more frequently. Of The New Era The groups range in size from Sweet Home Neighborhood just four homes to the entire Straw- Watch programs will join the Nation- berry Heights area. al Night Out Against Crime event Usually, their formation is ' from 6 to 9 p.m. on Aug. 7. spurred by something going on in Three Neighborhood Watches the neighborhood, Riley said. The will hold block parties, including series of burglaries at the beginning the Nandina Street watch, which is of the year spurred the Foothills area one of the oldest in Sweet Home, Neighborhood Watch to get going and the Mimosa Circle watch, one again, regrouping, collecting phone of the newest groups, the third is the numbers and residents meeting other Foothills Drive, 27th Avenue and Fir residents. Court watch. The phone numbers are of key "One of the things that is synon- importance to Neighborhood Watch ymous with these, that's a night, on groups, Riley said. With phone trees the seventh, that everybody leaves in place, the Police Department can their lights on," said Gina Riley, almost instantly communicate with Community Services Officer with everyone in a watch group, and it the Sweet Home Police Department. increases communication among The block parties will culminate members. in a walk through the neighborhoods "It's not just for people protect- with flashlights, Riley said. "Basi- ing their own homes," Riley said. cally, what that's for is just aware- "All I have to do is call 17 people, ness again." and I've just alerted 600 people." Riley is encouraging other watch They also get to know who lives groups to do it as well, she said. "Get nearby, Riley said. The groups should out there. Again, the theme is to take generally cover a neighborhood as back the night, reclaim your neigh- far as the eye can see, she said. borhood." During National Night Out, a Sweet Home has 14 Neighbor- portion of 13th Avenue, from the al- hood Watch groups, Riley said. Of ley to Nandina Street, and the 4900 those, 11 are active, meeting at least block of Mimosa Circle will be quarterly or twice a year. Some meet closed. 541-367-2293 Teens charged in grafitti case Following an investigation, the Sweet Home Police Depart- ment took two juveniles into cus- tody and charged them in connec- tion with four graffiti incidents reported on July 5. Donald Terry Mohr, 16, and James David Hackworth, 15, were referred to the Juvenile De- partment on four counts each of second-degree criminal trespass on July 23. 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The tagging consisted of words and letters spray painted on the exterior of the buildings. Officers responded to these reports and began investigating several leads developed through the use of video surveillatace equipment operated by several building owners in the area, Lynn said. During the investigation, of- ricers identified several suspects, who are local residents.