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- September 19, 2012 VouI~ COMMUNITV Page 11 From page 10 2112 Main St. Herron cited and released. 9:04 p.m.- Caller reported two subjects stole from the store and took off running, 1540 Main St., Safeway. Report taken. Unknown exactly what was taken. 10:29 p.m. - Robert Kenneth LaFollette, 30, arrested for driving under the influence, 2000 Main St., McDonald's. Cited and released. 11:58 p.m. - Caller reported possible gunshots in the area, 13th and Poplar. Officer responded. Unable to locate anything suspicious. Sept. 8 2:02 a.m. - Driver tried to avoid a raccoon in the road in 28800 block of Pleasant Valley Road and his tire went off the edge and he was pulled into the ditch. Driver said he continued out in the field and found a driveway to pull out to the road. Driver showed no sign of intoxication• He was able to pull off to the side and leave room for use of the driveway until he could return the next morning to retrieve the car. 1:14 p.m. - Caller reported up was smashed in after his son they do. He was not injured when seen playing along the ditch and that her baby and dog were locked parked it at Gedney Creek Boat they sped around him. Into passed road near her home in the 28600 in her truck in the 28900 block of Ramp at about 2:30 p.m. and went on to CTC and timber deputies, block of Ridgeway Road and dis- Liberty Road and she needed help out on the lake with friends. When 5:36 p.m. - Caller reported a appeared. Caller suspects a vehicle getting the truck open. The truck he returned at about 6:30 p.m., the missing 2-year-old mini Dachs- may have stopped and picked him was parked in the shade. By the passenger side rear door window hund named Humbolt. He was last up. Report taken. time a deputy arrived, they had had been broken out and several broken a window to get into the hunting equipment items had been Sept.vehicle'7 taken.bow valuedThey included a compoundat $1,200, a quiver Driver in fatal crash gets citation 6:31 a.m. - Caller reported valued at $50, a sight/spot hog val- that someone had fired off a shot ued at $169, six broadheads valued Sweet Home police last weekHe said reports from the Linn from the south of her home in the at $72, a bow sling valued at $40, cited the driver of a van that struck County Major Accident Investi- 29500 block of Santiam Terrace, a bow case valued at $120, 18 ar- and killed a 93-year-old Sweet gation Team and Sweet Home po- which came through the wall of rows valued at $180, binoculars Home man on June 21. lice investigators were sent, along her barn. She was inside the barn valued at $279, a spotting scope Florinda Kaye Ericksen, 41, with other evidentiary materials, at the time. Deputy made contact valued at $1,100, binoculars 545 of Independence, was cited for to the District Attorney's Office with the caller at her residence system valued at $30 and a liquid- operating a motor vehicle while for review. and visited the horse barn to see filled tripod valued at$100. Report using a mobile communication "The DA's Office notified us a hole in the plywood wall about taken, device. Police said she was us- last week that they would not be 10 feet inside the open barn door Sept. 5 ing her cell phone when her west- bringing any criminal charges," that the caller thought was a bullet 3:57 p.m. - Caller reported bound van came over the brow Burford said Friday. "Once that in- hole. The hole was about 6 inches that a 1980s-vintage Chevy Blazer of the hill and struck Wallace L. formation was received by SHPD across and the deputy noticed there went through his yard in the 42600 "Fritz" Cole, who was tiding a we issued the citation to Ericksen was no damage to the other side of block of Ames Creek Drive and power scooter across the high- for the violation of the underlying the wall, which there should be if then drove up a logging road, by- way from Hilltop Market to Wi- cause of the accident- cell phone the hole were created by any sort passing the gate onto CTC property ley Creek Community, where he use. This is a violation only, and of projectile. After talking with through his private access, which lived, not a criminal offense." the caller a little more, the deputy is not gated. He has put a board Police Chief Bob Burford He said the time that elapsed determined that the loud bang she with nails on his access and will try said the citation was based on "the between the accident and the cita- heard in the distance had spooked to get the license plate if they come totality of investigation, includ- tion had "little or nothing" to do her horse and it then kicked a hole back. He said they could possibly ing statements of witnesses at the with the department's diminished in the wall. get out through other roads and is scene; forensic evidence obtained staffing levels. 6:19 p.m. - Caller reported unsure if they would come back from the scene and vehicle, plus "These things sometimes just that the back window of his pick- his way, but would call again if cell phone records, etc." take time," Burford said. Shop Sweet Home First- Visit These Fine Local Businesses 1275 Main St., Sweet Home FARMERS INSURANCE FREE INVESTMENT REVIEWS. 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