As of 8 a.m. today, there were 133 inmates in the Umatilla County Jail.

Police booked at least 15 people in the jail since Friday morning.

Today's total also includes 15 Morrow County inmates (one since Friday

morning) and three inmates from the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla

Indian Reservation (one since Friday morning).

Also, there are 18 female inmates and 115 male inmates in the jail.

Arrest totals as of 8

a.m. today: (Some inmates have multiple arrests.)

?Inmates with drug-related arrests: 11 

?Inmates with arrests related to driving under the influence of

intoxicants: 14

?Inmates with assault arrests, including for domestic violence:23

?Inmates with arrests for theft or robbery, including for ID or vehicle

theft: 16

?Inmates with arrests for failing to appear:12

?Inmates with arrests for failure to pay fines: 4

?Inmates with arrests for rape: 3

?Inmates with arrests for murder or manslaughter: 5

?Inmates with U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service holds: 11

?Fugitives from another state: 3

?And there are 16 inmates in the jail for parole violations and 42 for

probation violations.

NOTE: Due to

some technical difficulties, not all jail records were available today.

Agency arrest totals:

3 - Boardman Police Department

13 - Hermiston Police Department

4 - Milton-Freewater Police Department

10 - Morrow County Sheriff's Office

9 - Oregon State Police

17 - Pendleton Police Department

2 - Stanfield Police Department

3 - Umatilla County Community Corrections

24 - Umatilla County Jail

16 - Umatilla County Sheriff's Office

17 - Umatilla and Morrow Counties Parole and Probation

6 - Umatilla Police Department

4 - Umatilla Tribal Police Department

1 - U.S. Immigration

4 - U.S. Marshals


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