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tt, - October 3, 2012 VouR COMMUNITY Page 11 From page 10 who knew who the suspect was but wouldn't say. The male said he would contact the suspect to return the timbers. Caller said she would not pursue any further if he does. 10:54 p.m. - Joseph Michael Robinson, 20, cited for minor in prssession of alcohol by consumption, 1950 Main St., Sweet Home Police Department. 11:37 p.m. - Caller reported four intoxicated juveniles messing around with vehicles at Sweet Home Choppers, 4693 Main St. Officer responded and contacted four adults who showed no sign of intoxication. They stated they were waiting for a ride and looking at vehicles for sale in the area. 11:53 p.m. - Peter Wellesley Richard, 58, cited for failure to renew registration, 44th and Main. 11:55 p.m. --Joseph Michael Robinson, 20, arrested for furnishing alcohol to minors and transported to Samaritan Lebanon Community Hospital due to intoxication level Savannah Glynn Hanke, 18, and Jessie Allen Gayler, 17, cited for minor in possession of alcohol by consumption, 1890 Kalmia St. Caller had reported a lot of banging, crashing and rolling from neighboring apartment. Sept. 28 9:11 a.m.-Eric Scott Roentz, 21, arrested on Linn County warrant for failure to appear on original charge of possession of meth, 12th Avenue. Also charged with possession of less than an ounce of marijuana within 1,000 feet of a school. Transported to Linn County Jail. 12:22 p.m. - Caller reported items charged to her debit card, 1300 block of Nandina. Charges made by an international source. Caller advised to contact federal agency regarding identity theft. 6:40 p.m. - Caller reported that a male subject just left with a cart full of groceries and did not pay for them, 1540 Main St., Safeway. Report taken for theft of $75 in items. 8:34 p.m. - Dennis Steven Patee, 13, taken into custody for second-degree intimidation and strangulation, 1530 Tamarack St., Mountain Shadows Mobile Home Park. Caller had reported another juvenile in the park yelling racial slurs then choking her daughter. Patee released to parents. 11:18 p.m. - Darrell Gene Carter, 63, cited for failure to obey traffic control device, 10th and Main. Sept. 27 9 a.m. - Austin Leroy Jackson, 16, taken into custody for second- degree criminal mischief, 1530 Tamarack St., Mountain Shadows Mobile Home Park. Released to parents. 12:35 p.m..- Troy Winferd Hazelton, 16, cited for no license (driving outside of restrictions), 900 block of 14th. 12:42 p.m. - Brian Gerard Brown, 45, cited for failure tO use seatbelt, Long and 27th. 3:08 p.m. - Linn County Sheriff's Office received a call regarding a dead deer in the middle of the road near milepost 32. LCSO had no one in the area. Sweet Home officerresponded. Deerremovedfrom roadway and Oregon Department of Transportation notified. 7:28 p.m. - Caller reported a theft, 1540 Main SL, Safeway. Suspect was last seen heading west on Nandina St. All items recovered. Report taken. 8:24 p.m. - Caller reported that while walking to a relative's residence, he saw two males come out of the old Water Treatment Plant and get into a dark-colored Winter is on the way, and whether you're expecting cooler temperatures, rain and/or snow, regular maintenance and seasonal checkups can help keep your car running properly and prevent un- expected repair costs in the future, says Earl Baker, approved auto re- pair coordinator for AAA Oregon/ Idaho. "Making sure your vehicle is ready for the next season of driv- ing will help keep you and your passengers safe as the weather changes, and will greatly decrease the chances of your car letting you down," Baker says. AAA recommends drivers use a simple checklist to deter- mine their vehicle's fall and win- ter maintenance needs. Baker says many of the items on the list can be inspected by a car owner in less than an hour, but others should be performed by a certified techni- cian. Winter Car Care Checklist Battery and Charging System - Have the battery and charging system tested by a trained technician. A fully charged bat- tery in good condition is required to start an engine in cold weather. AAA members can request a visit from a AAA Mobile Battery Ser- vice technician who will test their battery and replace it on-site, if necessary. AAA Approved Auto Repair shops can also test and re- place weak batteries. Battery Cables and Ter- minals - Make sure the battery terminals and cable ends are free from corrosion and the connec- tions are tight. Drive Belts - Inspect the underside of accessory drive belts for cracks or fraying. M iny newer multi-rib "serpentine" belts are made of materials that do not show obvious signs of wear; replace these belts at 60,000-mile inter- vals. Engine Hoses - Inspect cooling system hoses for leaks, cracks or loose clamps. Also, squeeze the hoses and replace any that are brittle or excessively spongy feeling. Tire Type and Tread - In areas with heavy winter weather, installing snow tires on all four wheels will provide the best winter traction: All-season tires work well in light-to-moderate snow conditions provided they have adequate tread depth. Replace any tire that has less than 3/32-inches of tread. Un- even tire wear can indicate align- ment, wheel balance or suspension problems that must be addressed to prevent further tire damage. Tire.Pressure - Check tire inflation pressure on all four tires and the spare more frequently in fall and winter. As the average temperature drops, so will tire pressures - typically by one PSI for every 10 degrees Fahrenheit. The proper tire pressure levels can be found in the owner's manual or on a sticker typically located on the driver's side door jamb. Air Filter - Check the en- gine air filter by holding it up to a 60-watt light bulb. If light can be seen through much of the filter, it is still clean enough to work effec- tively. However, if light is blocked by most of the filter, replace it. Coolant Levels - Check the coolant level in the overflow tank when the engine is cold. If the level is low, add a 50/50 solution of coolant and water to maintain the necessary antifreeze capability. Test the antifreeze protection level annually with an inexpensive tester available at any auto parts store. Lights - Check the opera- tion of all headlights, taillights, brake lights, turn signals, emer- gency flashers and back-up lights. Replace any burnt out bulbs. Wiper Blades - The blades should completely clear the g!ass with each swipe. Replace any blade that leaves streaks or misses spots. In areas with snow, consider installing winter wiper blades that wrap the blade frame in a rubber boot to reduce ice and snow build- up that can prevent good contact between the blade and the glass2 Washer Fluid - Fill the windshield washer fluid reservoir with a winter cleaning solution that has antifreeze components to prevent it from freezing. Brakes - If there is any in- dication of a brake' problem, have the system inspected by a certified technician to ensure all compo- nents are in good working Order. Transmission, Brake and Power Steering Fiuid " Check all fluids to ensure they are at or above the minimum safe levels. SWEET HOME AUTO BODY NON AUTO Dodge Neon. Officer responded and checked property. Nothing missing or damaged. Plant resecured. 9:25 p.m. - Off-duty police officer reported an intoxicated female standing in the roadway, Clark Mill and Main. Officer responded. Unable to locate. 11:26 p.m. - Callers reported female subject lying in the roadway, 4100 block of Main. Caller reported that the female had been picked up by a subject in a maroon truck. Officer responded. Unable to locate vehicle or female in the area. Sept. 26 10:46 a.m. - Michael Edward Dewar, 18, arrested for second-degree criminal mischief in connection to reported damage and destruction of cameras at Sankey Park, 1641 Long St., Sweet Home High School. Cited and released. 1:55 p.m. - Shaun Randal Larsen, 16, taken into custody for second-degree crfminal mischief in connection to reported damage and destruction of cameras at Sankey Park, 1950 Main St., Sweet Home Police Department. Released to parent. 6:41 p.m. - Caller reported a male with a handgun sticking in front of his pants, Eight and Dogwood. Officer responded. Unable to locate. 9:06 p.m. = Caller reported that her son was bitten by a stray dog, 1300 block of 22nd. Officer responded. Victim had .a small scratch on finger. Sept. 25 3:44 p.m. - Two:vehicle crash, Highway 228 and Evergreen. Both drivers transported to hospital by medics. Drivers were Bonnie Dodge, 57, and Latricia Lea Barnes, 51. Barnes cited for dangerous left turn. 7:06 p.m. - Leslie Paul Seaton, 62, cited for failure to carry proof of insurance, 10th and Main. 7:26 p.m. - Caller reported someone broke into her residence, 28000 block of Riggs Hill. Report taken. Sept. 24 5:59 p.m. - Brandon Ryan Freeman, 18, arrested for fourth- degree assault (domestic violence), 1530 Tamarack St., Mountain Shadows Mobile Home Park. Transported to Linn County Jail. 8:24 p.m. - Raymond Charles Vaughan, 56, cited for no license and failure to carry proof of insurance, 621 Main St., Thriftway. 11 a.m. - Caller reported a young cougar crossed Highway 20 to the old Forest Service compound. Sept. 21 3:56 p.m. - Caller reported the theft of her son's green Mongoose bicycle at Sweet Home Charter School, 28700 block of Liberty. Report taken. Sept. 20 9:08 fi.m. - Caller reported a theft from a boat moored at Sunnyside Park. 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