Friday, May 17, 2013
May 6 to 12
Driving under the influence of intoxicants:
May 7 — Forest Service Road 1610 — Female arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol after driving off the road. BAC registered .13 percent. She was cited and released to her sister.
Identity theft or bank/credit card fraud:
May 7 — Trout Creek Ridge Road, 6500 block — Deputy took an identity theft complaint involving two separate transactions totaling $5,012.77.
May 9 — Eagle Cr. Trail — Deputies took report of unauthorized entry of a motor vehicle, identity theft, theft I and criminal mischief II.
Motor vehicle crashes, offenses and impounds:
May 7 — Highway 35 at Highway 282 — Deputy dispatched to a non-injury motor vehicle crash.
May 7 — Belmont Road at Alameda Road — Deputy dispatched to a two-vehicle accident involving a passenger car and a flatbed truck. The driver of the passenger car was cited for careless driving and treated by EMS staff for minor injury. The vehicle was towed because of significant front-end damage.
May 10 — Odell Highway at Dee Highway — Deputy dispatched to a two-vehicle crash.
May 12 — Highway 35 at milepost 94 — Vehicle pulled over for defective lighting. Driver was not the registered owner and the vehicle did not have current insurance. The vehicle was towed and the driver issued a citation for driving uninsured.
Outstanding warrants, parole, probation or terms violations:
May 8 — State Street, 300 block — Juvenile male arrested on a probation violation detainer issued by the Hood River County Juvenile Department and lodged at NORCOR.
May 12 — Wells Drive, 1600 block — Female arrested on a warrant.
Theft or burglary:
May 6 — Lippman Road, 3500 block — A lawn mower valued at $1,400 was reported stolen.
May 6 — Guignard Drive, 3400 block — Male contacted regarding a theft III complaint.
May 7 — Wy’east Road, 3800 block — A juvenile female was reported as a runaway.
May 9 — Woodworth Drive, 4500 block — Citation issued to a male for possession of a weapon by a felon.
May 12 — Eagle Creek Trailhead — Deputy responded to a search and rescue call. A female with an ankle injury was reported five miles up the trail. Crag Rats and Cascade Locks Fire responded and transported her down. Once back at the trailhead, she refused medical care.
May 12 — Bartlett Drive, 4000 drive — Deputy mediated between two parents arguing over custody rights and visitation rights of a child. After speaking with both parents, an agreement was reached and the child went with the mother as the court order stated.
More like this story
- Pick of the Week: Elks’ Oktoberfest returns Sept. 23
- Roots and Branches: There is no masking care
- YESTERYEARS: Odell Sanitation District opens bids for new plant in 1967
- Wy’east class of ’67 celebrates 50-year reunion
- Foster Parenting: Simple answers to a challenging task
- Success is one caring adult away
- Pet of the Week: Bojangles looking for an active family
- Letters to the Editor for Sept. 20 edition
- ‘Overwhelming enthusiasm’: Community comes together for firefighters
- Parkhurst Place plans ‘thank you’ this week for fire first responders
Governor visits Hood River during fire
Oregon Gov. Kate Brown visited Hood River Hotel Thursday morning, Sept. 14, discussing economic impacts of the Eagle Creek fire with local business leaders. Attendees included Sen. Chuck Thomsen, Mayor Paul Blackburn, and business representatives from Celilo Restaurant, Double Mountain Brewery and Cascade Locks' The Renewal Workshop. For updates on the fire, stay tuned at www.hoodrivernews.com. Enlarge