8:33 a.m. - Pendleton police received a report of theft at Gaines Autobody and Glass, 322 S.E. Sixth St., Pendleton.

8:41 a.m. - A man dropped by the Hermiston Police Department to make sure the car he is buying from a friend is not stolen because the friend does not have the title.

9:06 a.m. - Pendleton police received an anonymous report of people living in a motor home for two weeks on South Alexander Place, a city street. Police tagged the vehicle with a notice to move or face towing.

10:49 a.m. - A Boardman resident asked to speak to a Morrow County sheriff’s deputy about a dog attacking her animals, and she has a photo now, which a deputy asked for.

12:21 p.m. - A mother in Irrigon reported a juvenile is harassing her son and accusing him of “doing inappropriate things.”

3:45 p.m. - A Hermiston caller asked to speak to police about the person who will not stop harassing her via social media.

10:13 p.m. - People screaming at the Rodeway Inn, 105 Front St. S.W., Boardman, prompted complaints to police. An officer responded and talked with a person with the wrestling team from Prineville, who said the problem would not occur again.

10:35 p.m. - Umatilla police received 911 calls about two customers fighting at the Riverside Sports Bar & Lounge, 1501 Sixth St., Umatilla

10:45 a.m. - Riverside High School, Boardman, reported a 13-year-old wrestler suffered a broken arm. Parents took the child to a hospital.

12:36 p.m. - Oregon State Police investigated a poaching report at Wildhorse and Pine Creek Roads, Umatilla County. The trooper collected evidence from two sites where animals were killed.

12:57 p.m. - A landlord on Wagon Wheel Loop, Irrigon, reported his tenants were tearing the porch off the house. The Morrow County Sheriff’s Office responded and took a report for theft.

1:41 p.m. - A semi driver from Texas reported he was at the Love’s Travel Stop and Country Store, 78665 Tower Road, Boardman, and another truck driver threatened him with a knife.

1:49 p.m. - A farmer on Bunker Hill, Heppner, reported someone drove in and tore up an acre-and-a-half of his land, which was in conservation reserve.

4:47 p.m. - Hermiston police received a report from the 1300 block of West Sunland Avenue of one neighbor throwing buckets into another neighbor’s yard. Police determined this was a civil problem, not criminal.

8:37 p.m. - A Hermiston office looked into possible drug activity on Columbia Drive.

9:03 p.m. - A female called 911 and reported she needed to get away from a domestic disturbance at Motel 6, 620 S.W. Tutuilla Creek Road, Pendleton.

11:05 p.m. - The Morrow County Sheriff’s Office responded to Country Garden Estates, 81435 Country Garden Road, Irrigon, when a resident called and asked for deputies “now” because the neighbor’s husband broke into the neighbor’s home. The suspect then sped off.

3:29 a.m. - Hermiston police took a report of gunshots on West Hartley Avenue,

2:06 p.m. - Someone shot arrows into the side of a Milton-Freewater home on the 1300 block of College Street.

3:01 p.m. - A Hermiston caller told police someone broke in and ransacked his storage unit on the 1800 block of North First Place.

4:21 p.m. - Pendleton police took a report for a vehicle theft at Pendleton Riverside Apartments, 1300 N.W. Carden Ave.

9:50 p.m. - Hermiston police responded to a report of multiple gunshots at East Beech Avenue and North McNary Street, but officers did not find any suspects.


•Oregon State Police arrested Jace Tanner Sargent, 27, of 53605 Cobb Road, Milton-Freewater, for second-degree theft, mischief and trespassing stemming from the theft of two large sets of elk antlers from a carport on the 80900 block of South Walla Walla River Road, Milton-Freewater.

State police reported troopers recovered the antlers, which had been sold to a local antler buyer.

•Hermiston police arrested Codey Allen Sanders, 23, of 1330 S.E. First St., Unit B, Hermiston, for unauthorized use of a vehicle, felon in possession weapon, and possession of burglary tools.

•Pendleton police arrested Adria Stai, 43, of 373 N.E. Fourth St., Pilot Rock, for interfering with a peace officer and assaulting a public safety officer.

•Umatilla Tribal Police arrested Jacob Allen Gornick, 24, of 73473 Mytinger Lane, Pendleton, for fourth-degree assault.

•Pendleton police arrested Brittani Marie Marshall, 29, 1224 S.E. Court Place, Pendleton, for second-degree theft, interfering with a peace officer and identity theft.


•Morrow County Sheriff’s Office and Oregon State Police a little after midnight responded to a report of Christopher Michael Allred, 33, of 76984 County Line Road, Hermiston, “tearing up the house.” He took off in a relative’s vehicle while the caller was reporting the crimes. Law enforcement arrested Allred for unauthorized use of a vehicle, harassment, felony attempt to flee, reckless driving and second-degree trespass.

•Milton-Freewater police arrested Pedro Flores Martinez, 23, of Milton-Freewater, for second-degree vandalism and domestic violence charges of harassment and strangulation.

•The Morrow County Sheriff’s Office arrested Carl Dean Roden, 66, of Fossil, for driving under the influence of intoxicants and felony driving while suspended.


•Umatilla County Sheriff’s Office arrested Kyle Thomas Simpson, 30, of 356 S.E. Third St., Apt. 7, Pendleton, for felony attempt to flee, replacing a vehicle window with unapproved material, first-degree trespass, second-degree theft, supplying contraband, carrying concealed weapons and felon in possession of a weapon.

•Pendleton police arrested Chantal Ramirez, 27, of 446 W. Locust Ave., Hermiston, for unauthorized use of a vehicle.

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