Burglaries, Thefts

Pendleton Police

From 200 block Southwest Fifth Street. Taken: two rolls of quarters.

From the Hut Restaurant & Lounge, 1400 block S.W. Dorion Ave. Taken: Ibanez guitar in black and gray soft case.

From Bare Bones Inc., 1304 S.W. Dorion Ave. Taken: lottery tickets.

From 500 block Southwest Goodwin Avenue. Taken: Playstation III with power cord, blue/black Nintendo DS, other items not listed.

Umatilla County Sheriff

From flatbed trailer at vicinity Barnhart and Stage Gulch roads, Pendleton. Taken: ?Wacker? jumping jack compactor.

From vicinity 78000 Echols Road. Taken: 30/30, black case and BB gun.

From vicinity 81000 Highway 395 North, Umatilla. Taken: 1997 Chevrolet Camaro Z28, license plate 071-DWZ.

From vicinity 32000 West Walls Road, Hermiston. Reported: mail fraud/scam.

From locker room at Lehman Hot Springs, vicinity Milepost 17, Highway 244, Ukiah. Taken: wallet.

From Rodeo Inn, 74174 Barnhart Road. Taken: George Foreman grill, Shop Vac, iPod case, DVD rack, DVDs, Playstation video games.

From vicinity 53000 Cable Creek Road, Ukiah. Taken: several horn floor lamps, flat screen TV, DVD player.

From vicinity 31000 Morgan Lane, Hermiston. Reported: check fraud.

Stanfield Police

From 100 block Bonanza Street, Echo. Taken: items not listed.

Hermiston Police

From vehicle at 1900 block Northeast Fourth Street. Taken: RCA car stereo/CD player face plate.

Milton-Freewater police

From 700 block North Elizabeth. Taken: jewelry.

Arrests, Citations

Boardman Police

Possession of methamphetamine ($7,500 bail), driving while suspended, Umatilla County Circuit Court warrant for failure to appear and theft I ($20,000 bail): Diane Sue Oshane, 42, address not provided.

Possession of methamphetamine within 1000 feet of a school ($12,000 bail): Darrell Wayne Dixon, 47, address not provided.

Milton-Freewater Police

Attempt to elude police, (two felony counts and two misdemeanor counts), reckless endangerment, escape III, abandonment of child, reckless driving, failure to carry/present license, Umatilla County Sheriff?s Office misdemeanor warrant, Washington state warrant: Curtis Paul Auxier, 33, 113 N.E. First St., Milton-Freewater.

State police ? Pendleton

Driving under the influence of intoxicants (DUII): Michael John Lundberg, 46, College Place, Wash.

DUII: Carrie Lynn Smith, 46, 713 S.W. 14th St., Pendleton.

Possession of methamphetamine/heroin, driving while suspended: Scott Brady Rutherford, 48, 801 Lamb. St., Milton-Freewater.

Possession of heroin, possession of less than an ounce of marijuana: Theresa Dawn, 47, 624 Country Road, No. 9, Milton-Freewater.

DUII: Samuel Dustin Corgen, 19, no address provided.

State police ? Hermiston

Possession of methamphetamine: Sandra Susan Merritt, 44, 225 Lena St., Stanfield.

DUII, possession of methamphetamine, driving while suspended: Ethan Alan Pinkham, 24, 410 Walla Walla St., Umatilla.

DUII: Matthew James Rambel, 33, 1650 W. Sunland Ave., Space No. A4, Hermiston.

Possession of methamphetamine: Travis Alva Oliver, 21, 4600 N.E. 137th St., Vancouver, Wash.

Fire, Ambulance Runs

Pendleton Ambulance

10:22 a.m. Tuesday ? Medical, 600 block South Main Street.

10:43 a.m. Tuesday ? Medical, vicinity Northwest Ninth Street and Carden Avenue.

2:56 p.m. Tuesday ? Medical, Umatilla County Jail, 4700 N.W. Pioneer Place.

Hermiston Ambulance

3:35 p.m. Tuesday ? Hospice transport, Good Shepherd Medical Center, 610 N.W. 11th St.

5:25 p.m. Tuesday ? Public assistance, Good Shepherd Medical Center.

6:20 p.m. Tuesday ? Complications with biopsy site, Hermiston Terrace, 980 W. Highland Ave.

6:39 p.m. Tuesday ? Hypobulimic/ hypotensive, Urgent Health Care Center, 236 E. Newport Ave.

9:51 p.m. Tuesday ? Allergic reaction, 1200 block Southwest 16th Place.

2:23 a.m. Wednesday ? Severe nosebleed, 500 block West Highland Avenue.

Irrigon Ambulance

7:14 p.m. Tuesday ? Man down, unknown medical, 100 block Southeast Kristen Drive.

Heppner Ambulance

2:04 a.m. Tuesday ? Fall, bleeding from head, 600 block Southeast Alfalfa Street.

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Arrests and offenses that the East Oregonian reports are taken from the logs of area police agencies. The EO generally reports only crimes classified as felonies, but may also report misdemeanors when a rash of one kind of crime occurs; when a public official or prominent individual is involved; when an incident has an unusual aspect; and some traffic-related offenses. Every effort is made to report the court disposition of all arrests reported here.

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