1:33 a.m. - Boardman fire, ambulance and police responded to Baja Court for a shed on fire. Crews extinguished the blaze.
7:35 a.m. - Oregon State Police responded to the Boardman Rest Area on the eastbound side of Interstate 84 near milepost 160 after someone broke into the rest area’s maintenance vehicle. Police found approximately $500 worth of chemicals, work equipment and personal belongings were missing. The crime occurred between 4 p.m. Monday and 7:30 a.m. Tuesday.
8:09 a.m. - Someone stole a UPS box in Irrigon.
10:41 a.m. - The Umatilla County Sheriff’s Office took a report of graffiti at the Athena City Park at South Fifth Street and East Park Lane.
12:03 p.m. - A Umatilla mother called 911 to report her son was breaking things at their home.
2:44 p.m. - A caller asked Umatilla County to send a code enforcement officer to Highway 395 and South Ott Road, Stanfield, for “garbage blowing everywhere.”
4:34 p.m. - The Umatilla County Sheriff’s Office received a report of three dead baby goats at Bensel Road and Highway 395, Hermiston.
5:26 p.m. - A 911 caller on Monroe Street, Umatilla, reported a pit bull dog was being aggressive with a female pedestrian.
6 p.m. - An Irrigon resident on Locust Road asked for extra patrols because someone may have poisoned his dog.
11:52 p.m. - Stanfield police checked into an incident of a male pushing a child at Echo Meadows Road and Oregon Trail Road, Echo.
•Boardman police arrested Luis Mendel Rodriguez, of Boardman, for domestic violence assault.
•Pendleton police arrested Selina Marie Martin, 36, of 105 W. Main St., Hermiston, for second-degree theft, assault of a public safety officer and resisting arrest. Umatilla County Circuit Court records show the state alleges she stole candy and toys worth at least $100 from the Pendleton Walmart, and she tried to fight and injured officer J.D. Lambert when he was arresting her. She ended up in the Umatilla County Jail, Pendleton.
•Hermiston police arrested Tucker James Amos, 26, of Irrigon, for first-degree theft and first- and second-degree trespassing.