Note: Most enforcement agencies did not provide their daily bulletins due to Monday’s holiday. The East Oregonian’s Wednesday edition will have a more complete public safety log.
A man reported his neighbor beats hi dog, another man saw saw an SUV hit his dog and keep driving, and we caught up on more New Year’s arrests.
The Morrow County Sheriff’s Office is looking into possible mail theft, a Hermiston woman said her ex-boyfriend tried to break in, and a woman in Heppner reported her threatened her.
New Year’s night was not so quiet, and the threat of a police stun gun led one suspect to comply for an arrest.
A Nebraska man’s vehicle caught fire after a crash, an Irrigon man was fed up with bad drivers, and of course DUIIs on New Year's.
A Nebraska man’s vehicle caught fire after a crash, an Irrigon man was fed up with bad drivers, and early Sunday was busy for emergency responders.
Icy road conditions and other accidents kept the Oregon State Police busy Friday, including:
A young Utah woman escaped unharmed from a crash, intoxicated partiers disturbed a Heppner hotel, and parole/probation officers on a home visit made an arrest.
The Umatilla County Sheriff's Office heard about a drone crash, the wrong button on a phone drew police to a game, and a drunk driving arrest may have included a bit of honesty.
Prowlers and car peepers were out and about, and a driver reported a vehicle ran him off the road.
Pretty calm for a Monday, but there was a shooting in Pendleton (see the story on 3A).
A pipeline woke Morrow County residents, and a gambling mother drew a call for police.
An Irrigon resident found his home was the target for a burglary, a stray dog was in need of help, and a semi irked a Hermiston resident.
An elk met its demise, and a caller claimed someone removed bows from a public display of Christmas trees.
Someone wants Umatilla police to do something about the strange activity on Cliff Street, Stanfield police ran sweep for code violations, and screaming and ranting neighbors prompted a call to…
Snow plows swiped a semi trailer, icy roads led to a crash near Helix, and a caller sought help with a social media threat.
Paramedics helped a man with a pace maker, a hunter killed two cow elk and a Umatilla resident faces a second case of felony theft.
More burglaries at storage units, and more arrests for DUIIs.
An odd license plate prompted a call to the law, and the victim of a fork attack declined medical help.
Semitrailers drew complaints for speeding and hogging the road, and parents left a child out in the cold.