FRIDAY

I guess I’ll have them scrambled

A resident in the first block of Southeast 11th Street reported someone threw eggs on his vehicle during the night.The caller said it may have been a neighbor he has been in a dispute with for a while.

Men threaten woman, daughter

A Hermiston woman called 9-1-1 at 10:47 p.m. after men living in the apartment above her threatened to beat her and her daughter. The woman said there were five men living above her in the 1600 block of Third Street in Umatilla and they were “stomping on the floor and came out and threatened her.”

 

SATURDAY

Hit and run on dog

A resident in the 600 block of Southeast Byers Avenue in Pendleton at 3:54 a.m. reported a car had hit her dog and then drove off. The caller said the suspect car was a dark colored older model Honda without a license plate. She said the dog was “bleeding and hurt badly” and couldn’t take it to a vet until the morning.

Thief steals Jeep

An Irrigon resident called the Morrow County Sheriff’s Office at 8:18 a.m. to report her red 1995 Jeep Grand Cherokee had been stolen Friday sometime after 9 p.m. She said the thief broke into another vehicle at her residence in the 400 block of Southeast First Street and took a GPS and the key for the Jeep. She said the stolen vehicle’s back bumper is hanging off the right side. A sheriff’s deputy responded and took a theft report.

Let the professionals handle it

A resident in the vicinity of 85600 Foster Road in Milton-freewater reported hunters were driving four-wheelers on her property. She said she wanted to contact the group, but the dispatcher said not to. Rather, the dispatcher asked the caller if she could get plate information on the vehicles and a deputy would contact her later in the morning.

This seems pretty uncivil

A Hermiston resident reported a mechanic of a local repair shop took his vehicle for a “test drive” and drove it 95 mph. The dispatcher told the caller this was a civil issue.

Golf Fore! dummies

A caller at 9:50 a.m. reported there were four males hitting golf balls out into Highway 395 from apartments at 120 Vantage Blvd., Stanfield. The caller said some of the balls came close to hitting vehicles.

Police break up underage party

Pendleton police broke up an underage drinking party at 10:29 p.m. in the 300 block of Southwest 28th Street after a caller reported “people yelling and screaming” at a residence. A Pendleton police sergeant cited a few juveniles for minor in possession and one grandparent came to take one of the young people home.

Burglar hits home

At 11:48 p.m. a Stanfield man in the 100 block of Chelsea Lane reported someone broke into his home and took his TV, money and computer.

 

SUNDAY

Good neighbors keeping an eye out

At 5:38 a.m a man in the vicinity of 31100 Cecil Street in Hermiston called 9-1-1 to report two men were trying to break into his neighbor’s house. The man said the pair of would-be burglars live in the area and have a history of breaking into residences there.

Cops catch Blazer bandit

A resident in the vicinity of 81000 Steagall Road in Irrigon reported his vehicle stolen. The man said the primer black 1982 Chevrolet K Blazer 4-wheel drive had been taken after a man cut the fence and towed the Blazer away on a trailer. He said there are ongoing issues between himself and the alleged thief over trading and repossessing vehicles and money owed. Morrow County sheriff’s deputies investigated and arrested a 35-year-old man on misdemeanor charges of second-degree criminal trespass and second-degree criminal mischief.

Wonder who they belong to?

A man at 2:26 p.m. reported he found a set of dentures in the parking lot behind the Intermountain Public Defenders Office, 331 S.E. Byers Ave., Pendleton. The caller said he left the chompers on a gas meter behind the business.

Watch out

An Irrigon man at 5:55 p.m. reported a possible drunken driver almost ran him off Highway 730 near Milepost 180.

The man told Oregon State Police he was traveling west behind a Chevy Pickup that was going slower than the speed limit. The man started to pass the pickup when it moved into the eastbound lane. The pickup continued to push the man’s car toward the shoulder until suddenly turning in front of him, causing a crash.

The two drivers stopped and spoke, the OSP log entry said, and the man reported the second driver “smelled like she had been drinking alcohol.”

The woman then left in a dark color pickup without giving information other than her first name. OSP tracked her down and found she had a suspended driver’s license and a city of Hermiston warrant.


They both have a dog in this fight
A Milton-Freewater man called the Umatilla County Sheriff’s Office at 8:28 p.m. to report he won’t give back a dog until the animal’s owner pays for the damages it caused to his vehicle.

 

BUSTED

Hermiston police arrested Jesus Bejarano, 41, address not provided, for fourth-degree felony assault. He is in the Umatilla County Jail in lieu of $6,000 bail.

Umatilla police arrested Juan Mathias-Ramirez, 23, for driving under the influence of intoxicants (DUII), hit and run and a Benton County warrant. He is in the Umatilla County Jail on $30,000 bail.

Morrow County Sheriff’s Office cited and released Ace Jeremy Huff, 36, of Echo, for DUII.

Oregon State Police arrested Codi M. Warner, 21, of Pendleton, for DUII.

Pendleton police cited Scott Leander Camirand, age, address not provided, for failure to register as a sex offender.

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