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Daily Activity Log. His vehicle was parked on the southwest corner of the Benton County Fairgrounds. The woman reported her debit card had been stolen and was used to make a purchase from Harbor Fright, in Albany. The resident reported that she saw her neighbor scatter her trash in her yard during the middle of the night. The neighbor stated she was paranoid and always making claims against him. Deputies advised her not to wait to call Dispatch for crimes, and the neighbor was advised to stay away from the reporter.
They observed a white pickup truck turn left onto Circle Boulevard from Highway 20, and almost crash into the vehicle in front of them. The resident reported a. The dog was picked up by his owner a few hours later. Deputies later spoke to the daughter by phone who said she had been receiving threatening text messages from a man.
Deputies were unable to locate him and advised her to apply for a stalking order at the Benton County Circuit Court and contact them if she obtained information where he may be so they could contact him.
A man had returned to his vehicle to find an approximately year old male switching the plates from another vehicle to his. The driver saw a semi-truck going eastbound and believed it was coming into her lane of travel. She said she hit her brakes, over corrected and drove into the ditch area and rolled the vehicle. The vehicle came to rest on the passenger side in the ditch area. A tow company arrived and towed the vehicle due to the damage.
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Deputies served the warrant on Hubler. Warrant was served and court date given. Deputies served the warrant on Baker. Both were cited and released in the field on the warrants. They called and spoke to the victim who stated her Social Security was used to file taxes.
She informed she was not out any money, but needed a case to be able to make a claim and file her taxes. She said she had no idea who would have used it. Deputies provided her with a case and informed her to look at bank statements and other recourses to confirm her identity is not being used in other means. They arrived and spoke with the driver of vehicle 1, who stated he was rear ended and the other driver had no insurance. His red Nissan Versa was rear ended by a silver Jeep Cherokee with minimal damage.
The driver of the Jeep stated he had no insurance and was "creeping forward" and ended up rear ending the Nissan while on Independence Highway.
The remainder of the information was provided between parties. No tow needed for either vehicle.
A Nissan Titan was stopped in the eastbound lane with the left turn al activated waiting for westbound traffic to clear to turn northbound on Priest Road. A Volkswagen Passat was traveling eastbound on Hwy 20, failed to see the Nissan stopped in front of him, and crashed into the back of the Nissan. All occupants of both vehicles had no apparent injuries, and both vehicles were towed from the scene.
Jail via the prisoner transportation shuttle. Jail, a valid Lebanon Municipal Court Warrant was located and confirmed. A ed release agreement was forwarded to the court. They later arrested Hendershot for Driving While Suspended-misdemeanor and a failure to appear warrant out of Josephine County.
A man reported his girlfriend missing from her house after frantically calling and asking him to come over immediately. He reported she is being stalked. During the investigation, the girlfriend arrived at her house.
No crime found. They contacted and identified the driver as Reina White Olbera, Deputies issued Olbera a criminal citation before releasing her at the scene. The caller said her neighbor had backed into the front of her vehicle, and was unwilling to exchange information. Deputies obtained his insurance information and gave it to her. The man told deputies an agent from Progressive was going to come and take care of everything for him, because he did not want to talk to her.
His Ring camera caught activity around the car at about am. No suspect identified at this time. Deputies contacted the resident.
No odor of gasoline was present and the resident said he had two friends visiting him. They spoke with the victim, who reported her wallet was taken. There is no suspect information at this time. They arrested Young and issued him a criminal citation before giving him a courtesy transport into Albany where he was released.
They later talked with the woman, who agreed to stay out of the restricted area and not drive her golf cart on city streets. A student reported that someone broke the window to her Honda Accord and stole a backpack, which contained a laptop, books, and wallet.
No current suspects. A local resident thought Newhouse may have been walking around their carport area. Newhouse was walking to the Eugene area. He had a warrant for his arrest out of Linn County Circuit Court. Deputies arrested Newhouse and transported him to the Linn County Jail in Albany where he was lodged.
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Axel James Stewart Hanson, 38, was inside the residence. There is a no contact order through Linn County preventing Axel from contacting a female in the residence. Helens, for Driving While Suspended-Misdemeanor. Deputies issued Ewing a criminal citation before releasing him at the scene. Tamara Lynn Eversull, 61, was arrested for harassment against another woman.
She described the male as a taller blonde, in his mid-thirties with long hair in a ponytail. She said he was driven to the residence in a newer white sedan, possibly a Volkswagen, driven by a Hispanic male. She thought it was suspicious people were at her house so late in the evening, and wanted the incident documented.
They arrived and observed a silver Nissan Quest, crashed on the east side of Highway LONGO had multiple outstanding felony and misdemeanor warrants for his arrest which were confirmed by Dispatch. Unit 1, a blue Nissan Altima, was south on 53rd Street when unit 2, a white Nissan utility van, was east on West Hills Road, and drove into a roundabout in front of unit 1. No injuries were reported.
The Altima was towed from the scene. Vehicle 1 turned left onto Highway 20 in front of Vehicle 2 causing the crash.
Vehicle 1 came to rest on the north side of the roadway, Vehicle 2 came to rest on the south side of the roadway. A tow company arrived and towed both vehicles due to the damage from the crash.
Deputies served the warrant on Elbinger. Nothing was taken from the vehicle and the Subaru and associated subjects were not located. Ozment consented to a blood draw. They arrived and spoke with both parties and determined no crimes had been committed and advised both to argue quieter in the future.
Zandofsky was cited and released with a new court date.
Deputies issued Ramirez a criminal citation for the suspension and released him at the scene. Various bottles of alcohol were taken as well as two cases of beer. The front door was damaged in order to gain access into the business. Dispatch said a caller had seen a vehicle off the road, down an embankment, earlier in the day. Deputies located an unoccupied vehicle off the roadway and down the hillside.