7:27 a.m. - Hermiston police took a report for graffiti at a site on Southwest Sandy Drive.
8:27 a.m. - The Umatilla County Sheriff’s Office took a report for a vehicle that ended up in a ditch at Sagebrush and Bensel roads, Hermiston.
2:11 p.m. - Umatilla police responded to a report of graffiti tagging on Cedar Court.
3:41 p.m. - The Morrow County Sheriff’s Office received a report of a male and female fighting at Highway 207 and Butter Creek Road, Echo.
4:02 p.m. - A caller on Gun Club Lane outside Hermiston complained about a person using a recreational vehicle as a home while also keeping junk cars around the site, plus other broken machinery, chickens and a loose pit bull dog. The caller said they also burn plastic in a barrel at night.
4:06 p.m. - Hermiston police received a complaint about an insect infestation on Southwest Desert Oak Drive.
9:47 p.m. - Youth pulled wires out of a building at the Northwestern Motel & RV Park, 389 Main St., Heppner.
•Milton-Freewater police arrested Marcia Tiscareno, 30, of 608 N.E. Fifth Ave., Milton-Freewater, for first-degree burglary and second-degree theft.
•Ronald Patrick Sims, 74, of Pendleton, is back in the Umatilla County Jail following the revocation of his release agreement in a sex crimes case.
Sims on May 17 pleaded not guilty to first-degree sexual abuse and public indecency. The Umatilla County District Attorney’s Office has accused Sims of molesting a girl when she was 4 or 5 between Dec. 23, 2006, and Dec. 22, 2010, and of exposing himself to her between Jan. 1 and April 11 this year.
Court records show Sims paid 10 percent of his $150,000 bond to get out of jail and agreed to certain conditions to avoid going back before trial, including not being outside his house except from 9-11 a.m. and for doctor appointments. The district attorney’s office on May 29 asked the court to revoke that release after Sims violated that condition on multiple occasions.
The victim in the case took a photo in one instance of Sims on his front porch, Pendleton police officer Cass Clark also saw him on the porch and warned him to follow the judge’s order, and Pendleton police detective Howard Bowen on the afternoon of May 29 saw Sims driving, pulled him over and told him the violations could land him in jail.
Sims appeared Tuesday in circuit court in Pendleton for a hearing on his release, which Circuit Judge Christopher Brauer revoked. Sims next has a pre-trial conference on June 14.
•Umatilla County Sheriff’s Office arrested Linda Jean Phillips, 37, of Weston, for third-degree assault, menacing and attempted unlawful use of weapon.