SATURDAY

•A 9-1-1 caller at 4:48 a.m. reported a rock slide on Highway 730 just west of the Wallula junction.

•An employee of E-Z Mini Storage, 2315 S. Highway 395, Hermiston, called police at 9:34 a.m. after finding one of the storage units was broken into and emptied. The caller said the owner of the unit had been notified but wasn’t going to respond.

•A Pendleton police officer at 3:55 p.m. warned two people about the dangers of being near the railroad tracks at Southwest 13th Street.

•A Milton-Freewater resident at 10:26 p.m. reported someone had placed Milton-Freewater Police Department signs on her property on Highway 339. A Umatilla County sheriff’s deputy retrieved the signs and returned them to the police.

•A Hermiston man at 11:05 p.m. reported his bedroom window was broken out and a computer was taken from his residence in the 200 block of Northwest Fifth Street.

SUNDAY

•A Hermiston resident at 12:20 a.m. reported three males attacked him at Mercado Los Gavilanes, 305 S.W. 11th St., Hermiston. The man declined medical attention.

•Pendleton police warned a man about misusing 9-1-1 after he called it four times between 1:49 and 2:04 a.m. to complain that he couldn’t get a room at a hotel in Pendleton. An officers also told him where he could stay for the night and advised him not to drive because he was intoxicated.

•A Hermiston resident at 10:10 a.m. reported someone threw a rock through the window of her friend’s vehicle and stole her purse and contents while the vehicle was parked at the Pheasant Cafe & Lounge, 149 E. Main St., Hermiston. 

•A woman at 11:13 a.m. reported the theft of batteries and propane tanks from her father’s camp trailer in the 900 block of West Gettman Road, Hermiston.

•Police received a report at 2:12 p.m. that two dogs were attacking goats in the vicinity of 80200 South Edwards Road, Hermiston.

•A Milton-Freewater man at 12:29 p.m. reported the theft of four tires from the bed of his pickup in the 1200 block of North Elizabeth Street.

•A Hermiston woman at 4:14 p.m. reported two black dogs attacked her and another person in the 500 block of East Ridgeway Avenue. Police warned the dog owners.

•Pendleton police took two reports of child abuse. The reports were unrelated. One was for abuse that could be occurring in the 1100 block of Northwest Despain Avenue, and the other involved a father who may have used a remote control to hit his child while the child was at the father’s residence in the Willamette Valley.

•A Lexington resident at 7:16 p.m. reported two or three teenagers were peeing in his window in the 200 block of East Arcade Street. One was wearing camouflage makeup, the caller said. Morrow County sheriff’s officers couldn’t find the suspects.

•Umatilla County sheriff’s deputies at about 8 p.m. received a call to investigate a man with a gun in the vicinity of 80900 Cooney Lane, Hermiston. Officers didn’t find a suspect.

•A Hermiston man at 9:33 p.m. reported “juveniles were messing around” near his neighbor's two Jeep Cherokees until the neighbor's wife scared them off from the residence in the 300 Block of East Ridgeway Avenue, Hermiston. 

ARRESTS, CITATIONS

Friday

•Pendleton police cited and released Karrie Anne Duvall, 42, of 3021 S.W. Riverview Drive, Pendleton, for driving under the influence of intoxicants.

Saturday

•Milton-Freewater police arrested Dakota Hopkins, 21, of 416 Willard Ave., Waitsburg, Wash., for possession of methamphetamine.

•Hermiston police arrested Ricardo Munoz, 30, of 421 W. Buckley St., Echo, for DUII. Police reported his blood-alcohol level was .21 percent; the legal limit is .08 percent.

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