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Page 8 VOLta JNITV - August 8, 2012 puwc S rLtv Aug. 6 9:04 a.m. - Caller reported theft of bicycle valued at $268, from camp during the night, Camp- ground Four. 10:56 a.m. - Caller reported theft of laptop the previous day, 1530 Tamarack St Mountain Shadows Mobile Home Park. Re- port taken. 12:48 p.m. - Buzz Star Dod- son, 14, cited for unlawful opera- tion of a motor-assisted scooter and Daniel Kenneth Oberg, 23, cited for unlawful operation of a class three ATV, 400 block of Eighth. Callers had reported juvenile driv- ers of scooters riding in the streets but not stopping for stop signs or obeying traffic laws. Aug. 5 3:05 a.m. - Shane Douglas Skiles, 24, arrested for driving under the influence and reckless driving and cited for driving while suspended in single-vehicle crash. Main and 49th. Cited and released. Driver transported to Samaritan Lebanon Community Hospital. 6:53 a.m. - Caller reported theft of ornamental lights valued at $45 from her yard. 1200 block of 41 st. Report taken. 8:42 a.m. -Andrea Caye Con- Information for the Public Safety report in The New is drawn from local fire agencies. It is t to remember that the fact that we report that someone is ar- rested or cited for a crime does not mean Dennis Barnhart 26 YEARS ELECTRICAL EXPERIENCE CCB~* 194617 Bonded & Insured Cell: 541-4o9-8426 Home:541-367-73o2 dcbelectricdennis@aol.com duff, 44, arrested for fourth-degree assault (domestic violence), stran- gulation and interfering with mak- ing a report, 16074 Dogwood St. Transported to Linn County Jail. 9:43 a.m. - Caller reported that someone attempted to gain entry last night, 1036 12th Ave HOPE Center. Report taken for second- degree criminal mischief, $200 in damage; unlawful entry into a motor vehicle; and second-degree theft of $300 in items. 2:05 p.m. - John Boyd Ei- siminger, 63, cited and released in field for harassment, 1010 14th Ave. 2:13 p.m. - Caller reported that a trtick was taken from her driveway. The truck was the same one that was involved in the crash reported at 3:05 a.m. Investigation continuing. 2:58 p.m. - Cody Walter York. 24. cited and released in field for harassment. Beer Garden Two on Jamboree grounds. York trespassed from Jamboree. 4:39 p.m. - Robert Kent Tor- bet. 55, cited for careless driving in two-vehicle crash, 250 Main St. Drivers exchanged information. No injuries. Second driver was John Wesley Hicks. 57. 8:08 p.m. - Caller reported that a male subject threatened to beat .him up and broke his cell phone, 1500 block of Long. Report taken for second-degree criminal mischief. Damage was $80. 9:51 p.m. - Leslie I.~e Gib- son. 45. cited and released in field on Lebanon warrant for failure to comply on original charge of third- degree theft. Aug. 4 12 a.m. - Gerritt Wayne Schaf- fer. 37. arrested for driving under the influence and cited for no mo- torcycle endorsement. 1633 l lth Ave. Cited and released. 12:39 a.m. - Amanda Mary Jane Martin, 15. referred to Juve- nile Department for minor in pos- session of alcohol. Camp 17. 12:46 a:m. - Jonathan Deverl Holt. 46, arrested for driving un- der the influence and reckless en- dangerment and cited for refusing a breath test and failure to drive within lane. Camp 17. Held for de- tox, cited and released. 10:25 a.m. - Scott Kevin Heinz, 25, cited for driving while suspended, 1300 block of Main. Passenger warned for permitting unlawful operation of vehicle. 2:13 p.m. - Caller reported a female caught on video stealing a LINNHAVEN APARTMENTS 1220 23RD AVENUE SWEET HOME, OR 97386 Now accepting applications for federally fimded housing for those that are sixty-two years of age or older, and handicapped or disabled of any age. Sore6 Studio, 1 and 2 bedroom units available with rent based on income. Phone (541) 367-4880 TDD (800)735-2900 "This institution is an equal opportunity provider." bottle of lotion, 1223 Main St. Re- port taken. 3:44 p.m. - Caller reported that someone threw a rock through her car's window during the night, 3100 block of Main. Report taken. 3:55 p.m. - Caller reported that a male left the store with deli food, 1540 Main St Safeway. Of- ricer took report for theft of $14 in items. 4:50 p.m. - Joshua Paul De- libertis, 31, cited for driving while suspended, Long and 23rd. 5:20 p.m. - Twila Kay Hard- ee, 28, cited for speeding, 60-35, and driving uninsured, Fourth and Main. 6:16 p.m. -Alan Craig Potter, 60, cited for no license, 1500 block of Main. 6:42 p.m. - Caller reported that a bicycle was stolen within the past half hour, White's Park. Report taken for theft of $700 bicycle. 7:42 p.m. - Nigel Allen Brown, 25. cited for driving uninsured, no license and failure to carry regis- tration, Long and 22nd. 10:28 p.m. -Aaron Troy Gin- gerich, 18. arrested for driving un- der the influence and two counts of recklessly endangering another, 1025 Long St the Bohemian. Cit- ed and released. Aug. 3 12:22 a.m. - Cindi Marie Gib- son, 43, arrested for second-degree disorderly conduct and two counts of harassment, 3100 block of Main. Held for detox, cited and released. 8:01 a.m. - Travis Jay Funk, 25. cited for failure to carry proof of insurance and failure to use seat- belt. 1900 block of Main. 9:40 a.m. - Caller reported criminal mischief at Tent Camp A. Report taken for damage to camp- ing shower bag, which was cut. Valued at $21.95. 10:46 a.m. - Randy Medford Lawrence, 48, cited for driving un- insured. 12th and Main. 11:20 a.m. - James Charles Ellison. 26. cited for failure to use seatbelt, 18th and Main. 2:46 p.m. - Curtis Paul Dot- son, 25, and Victoria Marie Woody, 38. cited for failure to use seatbelt, 18th and Main. 2:54 p.m. - Caller reported theft of cell phone and wallet from a workout bag, 1641 Long St Sweet Home High School. Report taken. 6:37 p.m. - Joshua Gerald Wooley, 17, cited for no seatbelt, Long and 18th. 6:40 p.m. -Aracele Kate Romero, 22, cited for speeding, 75- 55, Highway 20 milepost 26. 7:01 p.m. - Brandy Elizabeth Olympi0us, 38, Long and 12th. 7:11 p.m. - Jacob William Jones, 20, cited for driving unin- sured, Cascadia Village parking lot. 7:15 p.m. - Caller reported a subject with a firearm at the front gate, Jamboree grounds. Officer re- sponded. Subject had a concealed handgun license. He was asked to leave and store the firearm else- where. 7:34 p.m. - Tracy Kathleen Hubbard, 42, cited for speeding, 72-55, Highway 20 milepost 23. 7:52 p.m. - Caller reported a subject who needed to be tres- passed from Jamboree grounds. Officer responded and trespassed the subject. 8:13 p:m. - Daryl Lawrence Swensen, 41, cited for speeding, 75-55, Highway 20 milepost 23. 8:50 p.m. - Adam Joseph Blackburn Mackie, 22, cited for driving while suspended; speeding, 80-55; failure to carry proof of in- surance; and driving with no head- lights, Highway 20 milepost 23. 11:53 p.m. - Officer located an unresponsive male lying be- tween two sheds, 1200 block of Main. Medics responded and treat- ed subject. Male was assaulted by unknown subject. Male left area with a relative. Aug. 2 3:16 a.m. - Caller reported that someone entered his vehicle approximately 10 minutes earlier, J200 block of 37th. The subject was last seen riding north on Clark Mill. Officer took report for unau- thorized entry into a motor vehicle. Nothing was missing. Vehicle was unlocked. 10:52 a.m. - Cheyanne Nick- ole Morse, 21, cited for driving while suspended and driving unin- sured, 1300 block of Long. 1:52 p.m. -- Tamara Lee Davaloz Uriarte, 41, cited for driv- ing while suspended, west end of the Narrows, Highway 20 west of Sweet Home. 3:48 p.m. - Elizabeth Lynn Brown, 30, cited for driving while suspended, 18th and Main. 4:23 p.m. - Caller reported someone hit his vehicle and took off, 800 block of 28th. Report tak- en. 6: 23 p.m. - Two-vehicle crash, Main and Highway 228, blocking the road. Both vehicles were driv- able. Roadway cleared. No inju- ries. 10:57 p.m. - Caller reported a .22 gunshot, 5300 block of Poplar. Officer responded. Unable to lo- cate anything suspicious. Aug. 1 1:52 a.m. - Caller reported that someone just slashed all four tires on her vehicle, 1300 block of Quince. Officer took report for second-degree criminal mischief. Unable to locate damage. Caller reported she could feel air coming out of the tires. Approximate value was $400. 7:49 a.m. - Brent Mathew Spi- er, 22, cited and released infield on Lebanon warrant for second-degree criminal mischief and menacing, Ninth and Alder. 9:28 a.m. - Caller reported a motor home blocking the com- pound,1530 Tamarack St Moun- tain Shadows Mobile Home Park. 9:54 a.m. - Caller reported multiple vehicles crowding the corner of West Pine and Evergreen, creating a traffic hazard. 10:58 a.m. - Caller reported the theft of a camera, 5100 block of Redwood. Report taken. 1 2:08 p.m. - Brandin Martin Hugley, 25, arrested on Lebanon warrant for failure to appear and charged with possession of meth, 18th and Vine. Transported to Leb- anon Police Department. July 31 12:12 p.m. - House was egged during the night, 400 block of Strawberry Loop. Report taken. 5:42 p.m. - Caller reported graffiti, 1200 block of 41 st. Report taken. 7:40 p.m. - Johnie Ray Isa- bell IV, 16, taken into custody and Kyron Scott Spears, 19, arrested for third-degree theft, 1540 Main St Safeway. Isabell transported See Safety, page 9 From page 1 conducted over the weekend con- firmed that. -Lytle's death was the first of three drownings in the area over the weekend. On Saturday afternoon at about 6:40 p.m Robert Kroesing, 21, from Albany, was pulled by Al- bany Fire Department divers from the Calapooia River, about 200 yards from the confluence of the Willamette River. Witnesses had reported Kroes- ing struggling in the water and that he had gone under. Albany Fire Department sur- face divers entered the Calapooia River at Monteith Park to search for Kroesing and a rescue water craft with fire department water rescue specialists on board was also launched from the Takena Park boat landing. A fire department rescue sur- face diver located the swimmer at a depth approximately 6 1/2 feet un- derwater approximately 21 minutes after the first fire. department unit arrived. His body was recovered with assistance of personnel on the fire department rescue watercraft. The total time the swimmer was in the water is unknown. Kroesing was not wearing a personal flotation device, officials said. His death was being inves- tigated as an accidental drowning, police said. On Sunday, a Salem man drowned at Scotts Mills County Park after diving from a rock near the wa- terfall at Butte Creek, Marion Coun- ty Sheriffs Department reported. Witnesses told sheriffs depu- ties that Nicholi W. Zahler, 26, of Salem landed hard in the water about 35 feet below. He pulled himself out of the water, but ap- peared stunned. Within seconds he fell back into the water, and went under. An unidentified bystander went to his aid, but was pushed away by the victim. The bystander assumed he was OK and didn't need further help. Some time later, the victim's girlfriend realized that he hadn't returned from the water. She ulti- mately learned that the strong cur- rent from the waterfall was keep- ing him submerged. Two other bystanders pulled him from the river around 4:50 p.m. He was pro- nounced dead at the scene. Also on Sunday, a 19-year-old Eugene-area man was missing after swimming in the Columbia River about a half mile west of The Dall- es Dam Sunday evening. Rescue efforts continued Monday morn- ing for the victim, who, police said, was apparently pulled downriver by a strong current. Public safety officials are re- minding people that, even with" warm temperatures, rivers are still moving very fast and are very cold. People should use extreme caution when entering the waterways and have the proper equipment, includ- ing wearing personal flotation de- vices, and never enter or plan to be in the water after dark.