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He was transported to the police station and cited for his crimes. County Filter The female also had a warrant for her arrest out of Lebanon, and she was cited and released on her warrant while being treated at GSHER. Clatsop County Sheriff's Office, Astoria Police Department, Seaside Police Department, Gearhart Police Department, Cannon Beach Police Department and the Oregon State Police. It was discovered an unknown male and female entered the residence and stole multiple items before leaving. Menacing – Officers responded to the area of NW 9th St and NW Circle Blvd on report of a 38-year-old Corvallis male pointing a pistol at his 46-year-old sister.  The female, a resident of Corvallis, said her estranged brother seemingly followed her from her residence.  The male was later found walking back to his residence and taken into custody.  He was later booked into the Benton County Jail. Dog at Large: At approximately 1530 hours, Officers responded to the 1000 block of NE Circle Boulevard for a dog at large that was in a live trap. The Oregon State Police is launching an interactive patrol activity map on the OSP ... Police Log; Public Notices; ... and an Event is an incident reported to the Department's dispatch centers. There was no suspect information. Morris: 476-4104. There was no evidence of a fight and the male was served with a restraining order at the scene. The male told officers a 35-year-old Corvallis male with no fix address cut a hole in his tent and then chased him through the park with the machete. SOLID is the acronym to help remember. Warrant Arrest - A 53 year old male with no fixed address was cited on a Benton County arrest warrant (Assault 4) when contacted by an officer in the parking lot of a hotel in the 1700 block NW 9th Street. Â, Warrant Arrest - A 34 year old Corvallis male and a 22 year old Corvallis female were each cited on two Benton County arrest warrants (male’s was PCS meth and Theft 2; female’s was Theft 2 and Trespass 2) when contacted during a traffic stop near the intersection of NW 10th Street/NW Van Buren Avenue.  The male also had a Marion County warrant for theft 2 and was cited on that warrant as well.Â. The knife and merchandise was recovered.  The female was booked at Benton County jail and the male was cited for his offenses.Â, Attempted Vehicle Theft -  A person reported seeing two subjects trying to carry a moped from it’s parking space in an apartment complex parking lot at approximately 3:45 a.m. and believed that looked suspicious.  The incident occurred at an apartment complex in the 2900 block NW Tyler Avenue.  The owner of the moped was located and confirmed that someone else had tried to steal it.Â. The vehicle led Troopers on a 120mph pursuit before it crashed on an exit ramp in Salem.  A 20-year-old Newberg female was found to be intoxicated and was arrested for DUII.  Neither she nor her intoxicated 19-year-old Corvallis female passenger were injured.  The female’s blood alcohol content registered .18%.  She was issued a citation and released at her residence. Criminal Mischief: At approximately 1221 hours, Officers responded to a business in the 1100 block of NW 9th Street for a report of a male spraying paint in the parking lot. Violent Conduct: At approximately 1010 hours, Officers responded to the 1300 block of SW Philomath Boulevard for a report of two females fighting with one another. Become a Police Officer Theft: At approximately 1200 hours, Officers responded to the 1900 block of NE Four Acre Place for a cold theft. Officers discovered someone stole a package from the front door of a residence. Officers discovered a vehicle ran a stop sign and was t-boned by another vehicle. Event Type (Map Choice) Warrant Arrest – Officers were on patrol in the 1300 block of SW Philomath Blvd. Fraud: At approximately 1130 hours, Officers responded to a business in the 200 block of NW Vanburen avenue for a reported fraud. Officers were unable to locate the suspect in the area. Burglary: At approximately 1056 hours, Officers responded to the 1600 block of NW Jackson Avenue for a cold burglary. Trespass – Officers were dispatched to the 400 block of SW Madison Avenue for the report of a 73 year old female, no fixed address, causing a disturbance in a coffee shop. The exception to this rule is the University Patrol Office, located on the Oregon State University campus in Corvallis. They contacted a 43 year old male with no fixed address, and a 30 year old female with no fixed address. We have seen an alarming trend in fatal crashes across Oregon. 0 oregon state police - 503-325-2231 Officers located a pile of garbage related to camping in the area that was fully engulfed in flames and exploding. Both females admitted to physically fighting, but no one was injured. Officers arrived because it was reported the male was acting oddly. Disorderly Conduct/POC – A 37-year-old male with no fixed address was arrested for Disorderly Conduct II after walking in traffic in the 1000 block of SW 3rd St and causing vehicles to slow.  The male was under the influence of controlled substances and was transported to Good Samaritan Hospital and placed on a Peace Officer Custody. We handle communications for about 1300 incidents every day, including both calls for service and self-initiated police activities such as traffic stops. We work closely with and appreciate the efforts of our partnering agencies, the La Grande Police Department and the Oregon State Police.  Theft III – An Officer responded to the 5200 block of SW Philomath Bv for a Theft.  An unknown male and female stole an unknown amount of items from the store and left prior to officers’ arrival.  Officers searched the area but did not locate the suspects. The cashier did not realize the money was fake until after the female left. They located a 48 year old male resident of Dallas OR, who was not cooperative. When officers arrived the 29 year old male, Corvallis Resident, had left the scene in a vehicle. Explore our interactive map showing patrol activities by Oregon State Police. for the report of a walk in refrigerator and heating unit being damaged. See map: Google Maps. Criminal Trespass: At approximately 1514 hours, Officers responded to a business in the 1300 block, for a report of a male suspect that had been previously trespassed who entered the store and threatened an employee. The female than left the store and began to yell obscenities and put her middle finger up at cars as she stood in traffic. OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY Open search box. Attempts to contact the owner were unsuccessful.Â,  Trespass - A 36 year old male with no fixed address was taken into custody for Trespass after refusing to leave the hospital in the 3600 block NW Samaritan Drive.  He was taken into custody and transported to the LEC. Most State Police units are dispatched from one of two regional command centers. Non-Injury Crash: At approximately 1658 hours, Officers responded to the intersection of Kings and Harrison for a reported two vehicle non-injury crash. The victim reported the checks were never received in the mail, and now someone had cashed on of the new checks on her account. _____ ANNOUNCEMENT The Sheriff’s Office is taking applications for a Full Time Patrol Deputy, a Detective, and a Corrections Deputy. They contacted a 60 year old female with no fixed address, and determined she was the only person involved and simply fell off of her bicycle. Data updates monthly. Officers arrived and discovered three vehicles were involved. Officers discovered an unknown suspect broke two windows to enter a vehicle in the area and stole a pair of headphones and a backpack filled with camera equipment. * WHEN…UNTIL 4 PM PST THIS AFTERNOON. Click one or more highways to show the highway data available from the timeframe selected.  Harassment – Officers responded to the area of NW 10th St and NW Harrison Blvd on report of female being pushed to the ground.  Officers were unable to develop probable cause to make an arrest.  The parties separated.    Â, UUMV: At approximately 0735 hours, Officers took a report of a stolen vehicle in the 1300 block of SW A Avenue. Explore our interactive map showing patrol activities by Oregon State Police. The victim reported that there passenger window was broken out and someone stole several Christmas presents from out of the vehicle, valued at over $120. Officers contacted a 42 year old male with no fixed address, and he stated he slapped the citizen’s hand because he did not give him enough money. Officers discovered the male only yelled in the female’s face after being chased by a group of males out of the skate park as they threatened to assault him. Directions. Interfering/Disorderly Conduct/Warrant Service: At approximately 1538 hours, Officers were patrolling in the 100 block of SW B Avenue, when they observed a 49 year old male with no fixed address, and a 55 year old male with no fixed address in a verbal argument. Officers contacted the 24 year old male with no fixed address in the area, and arrested him for violating the order. The parties then went their separate ways. Officers responded to the area and contacted the 37 year old male, no fixed address, and inquired about the male with the gun. The male was issued citations for the crimes. Dispatch services for this office are provided by the Oregon State University Dispatch Center, which State Police units share with OSU Public Safety personnel. One of the vehicles was driving eastbound, the sole occupant and driver suffered a medical event, accelerated and went into oncoming traffic, colliding with two other vehicles. Warrant Service: At approximately 1236 hours, Officers responded to the LEC in the 100 block of SW 5th Street, for a wanted person that wanted to turn herself in. The caller had been out of town since 12/23/20, so the burglary occurred in the last week. There was no suspect information. The victim still had possession of the card, and was unsure how the fraud occurred. for the report of a 24 year old male, no fixed address, throwing trash around the inside of a grocery store, refusing to leave. Officers didn’t pursue  the vehicle, but later found it crashed on the railroad tracks at NW 6th St and NW Polk Ave unoccupied. We provide services to the citizens of Ontario 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Frequency License Type Tone Alpha Tag Description Mode Tag ; 154.68000 : BM: 179.9 PL: OSP Green Peter : SJ1A Green Peter : FMN : Law Dispatch : 154.86000 : KA96526 Criminal Trespass: At approximately 1301 hours, Officers responded to a business in the 500 block of NE Conifer Boulevard for a report of a female that had been previously trespassed who was back in the store and refusing to leave. An unknown person entered the victim’s residence, likely through an unlocked backdoor, and stole an Xbox gaming console, related video games and controllers and an HDMI cable.  Warrant – Officers contacted a 54-year-old Corvallis male near NW 8th St and NW Monroe Ave.  He was found to be the subject of a Benton County Circuit Court arrest warrant.  The male was issued a citation in lieu of custody. Month Filter The male was placed into custody and eventually released with a citation for the warrant. For information on how to request a police report, please visit: https://www.corvallisoregon.gov/police/page/police-records-unit. Event Type (Category Filter) The male was placed into custody and eventually released with a citation. DUII - A 46 year old Albany male was arrested for DUII (drugs) after being stopped for a traffic violation near the intersection of NW Van Buren Avenue/NW 3rd Street.  He was also cited for Reckless driving, driving while suspended, driving uninsured and fail to obey traffic control device.Â, Trespass 2 - A 36 year old male with no fixed address was cited for trespass 2 after reportedly going into a convenience store in the 1400 block NW Monroe where he had previously trespassed from, and refused to leave when told to by the store employee.  He was located a short distance away and cited.Â, Warrant Arrest - A 56 year old male with no fixed address was cited on a Benton County Circuit Court warrant for Theft 2 when he was contacted in the 1400 block NW Monroe Avenue.Â, Warrant Arrest - A 26 year old Albany male was taken into custody on  Benton County and Linn County arrest warrants after being stopped for a traffic violation near the intersection of NW 9th Street/NW Harrison Boulevard. Fail to Register as a Sex Offender – Officers were dispatched to the lobby of the police department for the report of a 73 year old male, no fixed address, who failed to register as a sex offender. Vehicle Crash – Officers were dispatched to the 1000 block of NW 25th Street for the report of a two vehicle crash. Warrant Arrest - A 41 year old Albany male was cited on a Linn County and Albany Municipal Court warrant after being contacted on a welfare check/medical call behind the men’s shelter in the 200 block SE Chapman Place. Theft of a Firearm: An employee of Bi-Mart located at 2045 NW 9th St called to report a firearm that was stolen from their store sometime between 12-7-20 and 12-14-20. Warrant - While returning lost property in the 2600 block of SW Morris Ave, Officers cited 36 year old Corvallis resident male, for a Philomath Municipal warrant. Officers did not locate the male. Hit and Run: At approximately 1333 hours, Officers took a report of a cold hit and run that occurred at a business in the 400 block of SW 3rd Street. The male did this right in front of an officer. 180 NW 5th Street Warrant Arrest – An Albany patrol officer requested a warrant service at an address in the 3400 block of NE Lancaster drive related to the theft of a firearm. Lane County Sheriff’s Department, Oregon State Police, and the United States Forest Service provide limited police services to the area and work with Oakridge Police Department in mutual aid agreements. The male was cited for the original case of criminal mischief, and a new charge of Offensive littering for throwing garbage down the storm drain. The welder was gutted and nonfunctional due to it being a display. Employees stated a male they had previously told not to come back, was still entering the store and stealing champagne. DUII – Officers were dispatched to the 5000 block of SW Technology Loop for the report of a male and female screaming at each other. Theft: At approximately 1740 hours, Officers responded to a business in the 1000 block of SE 3rd Street for a reported theft.  Warrant – Officers contacted a 46-yaer-old Corvallis male in the 2300 block of NW Fillmore Ave.  The male was the subject of a Corvallis Municipal Court warrant.  He was issued a citation in lieu of custody. for a 37 year old female, no fixed address, reporting her boyfriend, a 43 year old male, no fixed addressed, had physically harassed her. Theft – Officers were dispatched to the 300 block of SW 3rd Street for the report of a 57 year old female, no fixed address, placing on clothes and then living the store without paying for them. Mail Theft – Officers were dispatched to the 2300 block of SE Ryan Street for the repot of a 27 year old male, Corvallis Resident, actively making an attempt to enter someone’s locked mailbox. Astoria 911 Dispatch Menu Skip to content. A+ The Online Crime Mapping Computer Assisted Dispatch Log is available for general information regarding incidents reported to the Lane County Sheriff’s Office. Warrant Arrest – Officers were dispatched to the 1400 block of NW Monroe Avenue for the report of a male stating someone pulled a gun on him. Trespass – Officers were dispatched to a hotel in the 900 block of NW Garfield Avenue for the report of a 19 year old male, no fixed address, destroying a room, walking around with no pants on, and refusing to leave. UEMV: At approximately 1619 hours, Officers took a report of a vehicle that was broken into in the 1800 block of NW Harrison Boulevard. Trespass: At approximately 1330 hours, Officers responded to a business in the 1000 block of SE 3rd Street for a cold theft and trespass. Email: police@corvallisoregon.gov, 501 SW Madison Ave | Corvallis, OR 97333 | (541) 766‑6900, Warrant – Officers responded to the 2200 block of SW 3rd St for a possible domestic disturbance.  A 36 year oldÂ, City Services During "Extreme Risk" Periods, https://www.corvallisoregon.gov/police/page/police-records-unit, Office of the Chief - Administration Division, Crime Prevention through Environmental Design, Community Policing Department Advisory Committee, Police Review Board Request for Review & Hearing Process, Professional Standards & Support Division, Corvallis Police Offers Prescription Delivery, Corvallis Police Arrest Suspects for Theft of Catalytic Converters, Nick Hurley Selected as Corvallis Police Chief. Warrant Service: At approximately 0854 hours, Officers contacted a 49 year old male resident of Albany in the 100 block of NW 5th Street. The male was seen near the Skate Park and ran from officers and escaped capture. There was no suspect information.Â, DUII – An officer stopped a 23-year-old Adair Village male for a traffic violation near NW 9th St and NW Spruce Ave.  The male was arrested for DUII.  A substantial amount of marijuana and marijuana extract product were located in the vehicle.  Officers also found 17 grams of MDMA in the vehicle.  The male’s blood alcohol content registered .00%, but a drug recognition expert determined the male was impaired by cannabis.  Theft/Trespass/Warrant – Officers responded to the 700 block of NW Kings Blvd on report of a male stealing food.  A 49-year-old Corvallis male was issued a citation for theft and trespass after investigation determined he stole food from an establishment he was previously trespassed from.  The male was also the subject of six Benton County Circuit Court arrest warrants. The driver of the vehicle, a 48 year old female, Albany Resident, had a warrant out for her arrest from Albany Municipal Court. Theft – Officers were dispatched to the 1800 block of NW 9th Street for the report of a 57 year old female, no fixed address, stealing wine and makeup from a store. The male was later located and arrested for assault. emergency only - 911 non emergency astoria police - 503-325-4411 non emergency clatsop county sheriff - 503-325-2061 non emergency warrenton police - 503-861-2235 clatsop county jail - 503 325-8641 ext. Traffic Crash/DUII – Officers responded to the 3600 block of NW Harrison Blvd on report of a traffic crash. The male was taken into custody and transported to the Benton County Jail. Operation Occupy the Capitol is set to begin at noon. Mail Theft – Officers were dispatched to the 400 block of SW Twin Oaks Circle for the report of discarded mail. Selecting Events shows you the three types of contact recorded. Police Calls For Service Information on this page reflects calls for Police service received over the last 48 hours that have been cleared by a responding officer. The victim was calling to report their 1995 Subaru Impreza stolen. Improper use of 911 Reporting System – Officers responded to the 400 block of SW 3rd St on several reports of a male reporting breathing issues and being chased.  Officers contacted a 36-year-old male with no fixed address and observed signs of illicit drug consumption.  The male continued to be the cause for people calling 911 with no actual emergency.  He was taken into custody, evaluated by hospital staff, and booked into the Benton County Jail where he was also charged with a previous crime of possession of meth. Officers saturated the area in an attempt to locate the vehicle but did not locate the vehicle. The residence was last occupied on 12/27/20, so the burglary occurred in the last few days. You can also see “All other” charges in one category. DUII – An officer stopped a driver in the area of NW Harrison Blvd and NW 13th St after a 19-year-old Corvallis male was observed driving the wrong direction on NW Harrison Blvd.  The male was arrested for DUII and refused a breath test.  A search warrant was authorized.  A blood and urine sample were collected at the hospital and the male was issued a citation in lieu of custody. Dispatch Centers and Headquarters. The male then left the area on a skateboard. The other 30 year old male, no fixed address, stayed on scene and was discovered to have multiple warrants from multiple cities and states. Theft – Officers were dispatched to the 800 block of NW 23rd Street for the report of a theft. Once he stopped and officers told him he was under arrest he began to resist arrest and pulled away from arresting officers. The male than proceeded to run out of the store and around the corner. Back, was refusing to leave her tent in Court on her warrant thank for... 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