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Cops and Courts

Published on May 30, 2017 4:35PM


Arrests and citations in the Blue Mountain Eagle are taken from the logs of law enforcement agencies. Every effort is made to report the court disposition of arrest cases.


Grant County Sheriff


The Grant County Sheriff’s Office reported the following for the week of May 18-24.

• Concealed handgun licenses: 5

• Average inmates: 14

• Bookings: 8

• Releases: 6

• Arrests:1

• Citations: 2

• Fingerprints: 3

• Civil papers: 21

• Warrants processed: 5

• Asst./welfare check: 3

• Search and Rescue: 1

Charged Madison Duvall, 19, John Day, with harassment.


Justice Court


The Grant County Justice Court reported the following fines and judgments:

No operator’s license: Dillon Joseph Myers, 97, Mt. Vernon, May 2, fined $260.

Violation of the speed limit: Erica Theresa Baldwin, 61, Talent, 83/55 zone, April 6, fined $160.

Violation of the basic rule: Sally Deitchler, 62, Bend, 75/55, May 14, fined $135; Mark R. Bey, 47, Ashland, 78/55 zone, fined $220; Daniel N. Zundel, 49, Roseburg, 78/55, May 21, fined $220; James Gregory Low, 69, Redmond, May 7, fined $220; Dakota S. Emerson, 19, Monument, 71/55 zone, May 21, fined $135; Christopher Charles Self, 36, Terrebonne, 78/55 zone, May 7, fined $220; Garrett Lee Warner, 18, Monument, 61/45 zone, May 14, fined $160.

Exceeding speed limit: Trista L. Cox, 34, John Day, 77/65 zone, May 7, fined $220; Jeremiah Johnson Jones, 33, Albany, 85/65 zone, May 14, fined $260.

Driving uninsured: Timothy L. Keith, 34, Canyon City, April 29, fined $260.

Driving while suspended: Timothy L. Keith, 34, Canyon City, April 29, fined $435; Chuck Wayne Adams, 47, Prineville, March 30, fined $435.

Driving uninsured: Chuck Wayne Adams, 47, Prineville, March 30, fined $260; Cory Allen Slayton, 25, John Day, May 1, fined $260.

Operating without proper fenders: Cory Allen Slayton, 25, John Day, May 1, fined $135.

Gloria Tirico v. Charles and Shiloe Lawrence. Money judgment awarded to Gloria Tirico for $727.56.

Quick Collect Inc. v. Stephen Cross. Money judgment awarded to Quick Collect Inc. for $650.50.

Ray Klein Inc. v. Valeen M. Madden. Money judgment awarded to Ray Klein Inc. for $589.49.

Ray Klein Inc. v. Jason S. Dole. Money judgment awarded to Ray Klein Inc. for $1,806.25.

Ray Klein Inc. v. Bria Dehaven. Money judgment awarded to Ray Klein Inc. for $1,401.16.

Barbara Bryant v. Danetta Lewis. Money judgment awarded to Danetta Lewis for $60.


Dispatch


John Day dispatch worked 183 calls during the week of May 22-29. Along with the various traffic warnings, trespassing, injured animals, noise complaints and juvenile complaints, these calls included:

• John Day Police Department

May 23: Responded to a report of a vehicle hitting a fire hydrant near Ace Hardware and driving off. Received a report of a young girl screaming for help on Charolais Heights. Arrested a 31-year-old John Day resident for reckless driving.

May 26: Advised of a vehicle belonging to a Grant County resident that was found stripped and abandoned in Washington. Responded to a report of an intoxicated subject in John Day.

May 29: Responded with the Grant County Sheriff’s Office to a report of a domestic disturbance in John Day.

• Grant County Sheriff’s Office

May 22: Dispatched to a report of a suspicious subject in Canyon City Park. Dispatched to a report of a suspicious subject on Inland Street in Canyon City.

May 24: Responded to a report of a domestic disturbance in Mt. Vernon. Responded with John Day Police and Oregon State Police to a burglary in progress on Highway 395. Responded to a report of a domestic disturbance in Mt. Vernon.

May 25: Responded with Oregon State Police to a report of a man trying to put his arm in a wood splitter. Received a report of a 14-year-old girl who did not return home from school.

May 26: Responded to a non-injury rollover crash on Highway 395. Notified of a male racing a motorcycle with children on it.

• John Day ambulance

May 26: Responded for a 30-year-old male with a gunshot wound.

May 28: Responded for a 60-year-old man who was involved in an ATV accident.

•Oregon Department of Transportation

May 24: Advised of a tree down across Highway 395.



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