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Page l 0 Vc L M I lt JNITV ~lTe - October 3, 2012 pUi Lic SArETV Oct. 1 seized and placed in property. 1:42 a.m. - Elizabeth Lynn 10:14 a.m. - Christina Rose Brown, 31, cited for driving while Faria, 25, cited for speeding, 59-45, suspended, driving uninsured and 4900 block of Main. failure to carry registration, 24th and 12:06 p.m.- Tony Scott Harden, Long. 21, arrested on Linn County warrant 2:32 a.m. - Gypsie Marie for failure to appear on original Esperum, 53, arrested on Linn charge of second-degree theft, County warrant for failure to comply 1551 12th Ave. Transported to Linn on original charge of third-degree County Jail. theft (owes 10 days in jail), 12th and 3:11 p.m. - Michael Anthony Main. Transported to Linn County Pelletier, 19, arrested for possession Jail. of less than an ounce of marijuana 9:05 a.m. - Caller reportedwithin 1,000 feet of a school, 877 seeing two cougars on the rodeo 14thAve. Cited and released. grounds, 4000 block of Long. 4:14 p.m. - Caller requested a 10:38 a.m.-Gary H. Sparhawk, welfare check on a neighbor who 36, cited for failure to use seatbelt, had not been seen since Sept. 28 621 Main St., Thriftway. 11 a.m. - Caller reported that his vehicle was entered sometime Thursday in the parking lot at Safeway, and his prescription was taken. Report taken for theft of $10 item. Sept. 30 10:03 a.m. - Caller reported a gun safe left in front yard, 500 block of Ninth. Officer responded. Item and whose bird was acting strangely, .~; ...... .~.~ ,: 1200 block of 23rd. Officer Photo by Scott Swanson responded. Report taken for death Emergency responders work around a two-vehicle crash at Evergreen and Highway 228 at 3:44 p.m. on Sept. investigation. 25. Drivers Latricia Lea Barnes, 51, and Bonnie Dodge, 57, were transported to the hospital by ambulance. 8:41 p.m. - Gabriel Frank Barnes was cited for a dangerous left turn. She was headed east on Highway 228 and turned onto Evergreen Grajiola, 29, arrested for two Lane when her vehicle collided with Dodge's, which was being driven westbound. Barnes was driving a 2006 counts of first-degree burglary and Prius, and Dodge was driving a 1999 Hyundai. first-degree attempted theft, 1102 Nandina St. Transported to Linn 8:59 p.m. - Caller reportedleft without paying, 1540 Main St., theft. Also charged with second- County Jail. that a male grabbed groceries and Safeway. Report taken, degree criminal trespass and referred Sept. 29 to Juvenile Department for minor in 12:56 a.m. - Joshua Eino Pruitt, possession of tobacco, runaway and 17, taken into custody on statewide curfew, Main Street. Transported to felony warrant for probation Linn-Benton Juvenile Detention. d~snotmeafithe~iity. Guilt isonlydete~n~through the violation on original charge of 4:56 a.m.- Caller reported a courts. Addres~sl~stedtypically indicate of the incident first-degree theft and Linn County female carrying a crib or changing warrant for probation violation on table across the street and would like or of the arrest, bu~ss may indicate th~ origin of the call. original charge of second-degree an officer to check it out, 1000 block of Main. Officer responded. Unable to locate. We're A Discount Variety Store! 9:01 a.m. - Caller reported that registration tags had been stolen Sale Good through 10-9-12 from his vehicle, 3300 block of Long. Report taken. 10:09 a.m.- Caller reported a male subject sitting at the corner of 12th and Elm working on a little girl's bike. Caller stated there were PALL MALL ULTRA AJAX LAUNDRY no children around and would like an officer to check it out. Officer Filter DETERGENT contacted male who said it was his 50 fl. oz. niece's bicycle. BLEACH 11:01 a.m. - Wesley Jefferson ALTERNATIVE FRESH & CLEAN Baxter, 41, cited for speeding, 48- Ij carton : 35, 2400 block of Main. by Pregnant Woman May Result in Fetal OF PERFUMES ~ 12:55 p.m. -Tammy L. Branam, Good through 10-9-12 Limit 2 Injury, Premature Birth, and Low Birth Weight. R,, DYES Limit 4 " 39, cited for operating a vehicle while using a mobile communication device, 2300 block of Main. 1:33 p.m. - Caller reported that juveniles just set off the alarm at Hawthorne Elementary, 3200 biock of Long. Officer responded and contacted juveniles who admitted to walking around the school pulling LARGO(E) PIPE : ~ !~// - on doors. They found an open one. ;lilN/ ..... TOBACCO There was no damage. Officer ~ counseled juveniles for their actions. ~0 Good through 10-9-12 Door secured and alarm reset. Regular, Mellow, .... Sun Grown Natural Ij 7:49 p.m. - Shelley Jane Mason, orMint Illdividual SURGEON GENERAL'S WARNING: Smoking KEEBLER COOKIES .......... 3~, cited for failure to obey traffic 5 oz. Bag by Pregnant Woman May Result in Fetal ....... control device, 10th and Elm. Good through10-9-12 $7.50tnurY, PrematureBrth, and Low B rth Weight. FUDGE STRIPES : 7:50 p.m. - Sandra Jeannette ORIGINAL OR OATMEAL Skiliman, 66, arrested for driving SMOKER'S CHOICE " ~i 11.5 OZ. under the influence, 621 Main St., Large Cigars .... Fu,, F,avor .,ht ,.ftwa,. Ca,e. ,a, re o e, a Ij FUDGE COVERED femalepulling into a parking Grape Vanilla ~ badly and then when he talked to her, Cherry Menthol Carton PEANUT BUTTER FILLED WARNING: This product may 9.50Z, the female appeared intoxicated. 8:24 p.m. - Caller reported that cause mouth cancer.Good through 10-9-12 Good through 10-9-12 a male appeared to be attempting to break into a vehicle, 800 block of Long. Officer responded. Unable to locate vehicle matching description. SCENTED SONEC Checked other vehicles. None appeared to have been entered. MARDI pk. JAR CANDLE 3 OZ. 9:08 p.m. - Eugene Raymond SUN@ 70 2-PLY SHEETS , JASMINE POMEGRANATE Bauman, 58, cited for unsignaled DISHWASHING .......... . COTTON. APPLE CINNAMON turn, 221 Nandina St. LIQUID ' LEMON' LAVENDER 9:28 p.m. - Caller reported ......... ' RED ROSES' FRENCH VANILLA 25 FL. OZ. ....... someone in a white pickup with ~ ...... ~ AIRWICKAIR FRESHENER black rack stole large timbers from FRESH & CLEAN ~ ~= ............... , DUCT TAPE 1 LEMON : ~ ~ 8 oz. Spray South Fork Trailer Park. Officer 1.88" X 10 YDS. ,APPLE ORCHARD ~ :~ ~ ~ w=r., v= ~==]r J~ASSORTED FRAGRANCES! took report. Officer contacted male . SUMMER BOUQUET .latil oee, I'---'-I Good through 10-9-12 See Safety, page 11