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Page 8 VctJ (.CMMIJNITV {e e ra - November 7, 2012 PUI00LIC SArETV Nov. 5 9:59a.m. Kelly Sue Faulconer, 40, arrested on Linn County warrant for probation violation on original charge of possession of meth and charged with possession of meth and possession of less than an ounce of marijuana, 4700 block of Main. Transported to Linn County Jail. Nov. 4 10:30 a.m. - Caller reported the theft of a min-fridge from the front porch, 1530 Tamarack St., Mountain Shadows Trailer Park. Report taken. Value of lost property approximately $50. 11:15 a.m. - Leslie Lee Gibson, 46, cited and released in field .on Lebanon warrant for failure to comply on original charge of failure to appear. 1:12 p.m. - Patricia Joanne Divers-Brown, 50, arrested on warrant for failure to comply on original charge of manufacturing a controlled substance, marijuana, Information. for the Public Safety report in The New Era is drawn from local police and fire agencies. It is important to rembet that the fact that we report that someone is ar- rested or cited for a crime does not mean they are guilty. Guilt is only deterndned through the courts. Addresses listed typi- cally indicate the location of the incident or of the arrest, but sometimes may indicate the origin of the call. Thank you for making The New Era your #1 Sweet Home news source! Over 30 years experience J Free estimates J Locally owned J Tear-offs with no mess J Hand nailed, architect & 3-tab shingles I Snap:lock, Hi-rib metal & fiat roofs All workmanship guaranteed CCB# 110950 1100 block of Nandina. Transported to Linn County Jail. 4:49 p.m. - Charlotta Kay Gilbert, 43, cited for driving uninsured, Main and Highway 228. 11:22 p.m. B0bbi Jo Henson, 32, cited and released in field on Sweet Home warrants for failure to appear on two counts of second- degree theft, 1220 23rd Ave. Nov. 3 12:16 p.m. April Samantha Leola Erickson, 31, cited for failure to carry proof of insurance, behind 1641 Long St., Sweet Home High School. 12:34 p.m. - Caller reported that his checks were stolen from a closed account, and now he is getting bills for them, 2900 block of Jefferson. Report taken. 5:48 p.m. Buzz StarDodson, 14, cited for no license, driving uninsured and failure to register vehicle, Main Street Market. 7:44 p.m. - Timothy Ray Reynolds, 58, arrested on Linn County supervisory warrant for probation violation on original charge of first-degree burglary, 1200 12th Ave. Transported to Linn County Jail. Nov. 2 6:38 a.m. - Kevin Joseph Holtsclaw, 32, arrested for second- degree criminal trespass, 2405 Main St., Circle K. Cited and released. 11:55 a.m. - Jesse Lane Davis, 17, referred to Juvenile Department for runaway, 1540 Main St. Released to mother. 11:57 a.m. - Caller reported that someone attempted to break into location, 948 Main St., car wash. Estimated damage to box was $800. Report taken. 2:34 p.m. - Caller reported that his bank called him about a subject that was at the bank right now trying to cash his stolen checks, 1428 Main St., LinnCo Federal Credi Union. 9:38 p.m. Thomas William Barr, 22, cited for driving while suspended and driving uninsured, Starlite Apartments. Nov. 1 1:02 a.m. - Caller reported that someone entered her vehicle and stole prescriptions, 1200 block of 46th. Report taken. Approximate value was $560. 1:47 p.m. - Lester Lee Hendrix, 37, arrested for driving while suspended, 1650 1 lth Ave. 3:46 p.m.-Joshua James Gibbs, 18, arrested on Linn County warrant for failure to appear on original charge of fourth-degree assault, 1282 Riggs Hill Road. Transported to Linn-Benton Juvenile Detention. 8:58 p.m. Robert J. Flader, 55, arrested on Sweet Home warrant for failure to appear on original charge of second-degree disorderly conduct, 3224 Main St. Transported d  Groundskeeping J Janitorial J Shredding J Woodshop Call today for a free quote 541-367-2765 Mail a donation to: Or make a PayPal donation on our website: Sunshine Industries Unlimited, Inc. www.sunshineindust riesunlimited.com P.O. Box 178, Sweet Home, OR 97386 3714 Long Street [ 541-367-2765 to Linn County Jail. Oct. 31 8:10 a.m. Michael Paul Elliott, 14, refen-ed to Juvenile Department for runaway, 309 Seventh Ave. Released to mother. 11:31 a.m. Mindy Sue Ramset, 38, cited for no license and failure to carry proof of insurance, Long and t2th. 12:33 p.m. - Ryan Joseph Hackworrth, 15, taken into custody for third-degree theft, and Matthew Garcia, 14, taken into custody for possession of less than an ounce of marijuana within 1,000 feet of a school and third-degree theft, 1540 Main St., Safeway. 1:31 p.m. - Donald Wayne Ames Jr., 23, arrested on Linn County warrant for probation violation on original charge of second-degree escape and Sweet Home warrant for failure to appear on original charge of second-degree disorderly conduct, 1890 Kalmai St., apartment 8. Transported to Linn County Jail. 4:41 p.m. - Sherman Dale Vaughn, 48. cited for driving uninsured, 13th and Long. 9:06 p.m. .Caller reported someone egged the back of his house, 900 block of 28th. No damage. Mess cleaned up. Information noted. Oct. 30 8:08 a.m.- Austin Thomas Mealue, 23, cited for speeding, 62- 45, 4500 block of Main. 8:36 a.m. - Caller reported that his truck was vandalized, 800 block of Cedar. Report taken. Damage was less than $1,000. Photo by Scan C. Morgan An Art Robinson campaign sign stands torn, apparently by vandalism, off Highway 228 near Valley View Drive. Vandalism of campaign signs hasn't been much of an issue in the area, according to Linn County Sher- iff's Office and Sweet Home Police Department records. The SHPD had one report of vandalism to signs for local candidates on Oct. 18. 9:23 a.m. Josephine Heather Berer, 17, cited for no license, First and Nandina. 2:16 p.m. - Caller reported that her vehicle was damaged during the night, 621 Main St., ThriRway. Report taken. No permanent damage. 7:29 p.m. - Caller reported that someone broke into his grow room and stole his medical marijuana, 1600 block of 12th. Report taken. 8:20 p.m. - Caller reported the theft of two solar lanterns from her Sweet Home man dies 10 days after auto wreck near Jefferson A Sweet Home man died last week after suffering injuries in a car crash on Oct. 20 near Jeffer- son. James Virgil Pointer, 21, of Sweet Home died Oct. 30 at Good Samaritan Regional Medical Cen- ter in Corvallis. According to Undersheriff Bruce Riley, Pointer, who also went by the name of Loop, was a passenger in a vehicle driven by Janet Reppy, 39, of Lebanon early in the morning of Oct. 20. Two others, both also 21, were in the vehicle as well - Kelsey Truett of Sweet Home and Tyler Adams of Lebanon. Riley said a deputy made ini- tial contact with the vehicle pulled over to the side of the Santiam Bluffs Road shortly after 2 a.m. He said Reppy told the deputy she was taking one of the passengers home and they were lost. Riley said the deputy did not observe any signs of intoxication or impairment, and left the scene, pulling over down the road to enter some data into his laptop. About 20 minutes later, he. decided to return, Riley said. The deputy discovered that the automobile had left the road- way and crashed into a tree near the corner of Mason and santiam Bluffs roads, just outside Jefferson, Riley said. The car had caught fire and another passer-by was helping the passengers to get out. Jefferson firefighters responded but "no one was trapped, no extrication was needed," he said. "Preliminary investigation, based on the scene and a state- ment from the driver, suggests that excessive speed was a major con- tributor," he said. All four were taken to hospi- tals, the three passengers to Albany General and Reppy to Good Sa- maritan, he said, adding that Point- er was later transferred to Good Samaritan. He said Pointer was sitting in the back seat behind the driver but investigators don't know whether he had a seat belt on or not. "That may or may not be de- termined," he said. "This started out as a pretty routine serious crash. We cover and investigate a lot of serious crashes that don't end up with a fatality like this." 00.o00,.oo,00,00.0000$trugglinH tn pay ynur mnrtgage? Learn about foreclosure prevention options from your local non-profit housing agency. Join Willamette Neighborhood Housing Services (WNHS), Wed. Nov. 14th from 6-7:30pm LBCC Lebanon Annex Rm. LCXl03, 60 Industrial Way, Lebanon. (private meetings available by appt, at our Lebanon office also}. yard, 4900 block of Mimosa. Report taken. Property valued at $ 100. 9:50 p.m. - Caller reported subjects shooting illegal fireworks on the second bridge from Highway" 20 on Quartzville. Unable to locate. Oct. 26 10:54 a.m. - Rtisty Eli, 22, and Joshua Robertson, 21, cited and released in field for second- degree theft,, second-degree criminal trespass and unlawful cutting and transporting of minor forest products, 46600 block of Old Hufford Road. Caller had reported a vehicle hauling wood out of the area. No permits had been given. The Linn County Sheriff's Office located the vehicle at 1530 Tamarack, space 104. Oct. 24 12:45 a.m. - Park ranger reported the theft of a solar panel worth $400, security box worth $500, solar panel controller worth $ 100, and RV/marine battery worth $100 and radio receiver worth $10,000, Sunnyside Park. Report taken. Patrol vehicles ordered to replace units lost in pursuit The Sweet Home Police Department has ordered two new vehicles to replace those destroyed in a pursuit in the area of Third and Fourth avenues south of Highway 228 on Oct. 24. Destroyed were a Chevrolet Caprice owned by the Linn County Sheriff's Office and a Caprice and Chevrolet Impala owned by the SHPD. The city's insurance company approved the replacement of both of the city's totaled patrol cars, Police Chief Bob Burford said. The department has ordered a new Dodge Charger and a Ford Police Interceptor, an SUV. The vehicles will probably arrive after the first of the year along with another Dodge Charger that had been ordered as part of the department's normal rotation. Until then, the department is operating with five marked patrol vehicles.