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 Feb. 6:

Concealed handgun licenses: 8

Average inmates: 16

Bookings: 7

Releases: 7

Arrests: 1

Citations: 1

Fingerprints: 9

Civil papers: 21

Warrants processed: 1

Asst./welfare check: 0

Search and rescue: 0

Feb. 4: Kyle Milner, 22, John Day, was cited for failure to update registration, to provide proof of insurance and to yield.

Justice Court

• Violation of basic rule: David H. Ross, 25, Bend, Jan. 3, 78/55 zone, fined $265.

• Exceeding speed limit: Jodi M. Steward, 35, Cedarville, California, Dec. 11, 46/35 zone, fined $140; Donald A. Jenson, 66, Bend, Jan. 21, 54/30 zone, fined $225.

• Violation speed limit: Andrew S. Ballou, 25, Caldwell, Idaho, Nov. 3, 74/55 zone, fined $165; Paul L. Roark, 22, Mt. Vernon, Dec. 16, 46/25 zone, fined $140.

• Driving uninsured: Christine N. Daum, 30, Prairie City, Jan. 21, fined $500, Jan. 25, fined $500; Stephen P. Hancock, 43, Canyon City, Dec. 17, fined $265, Jan. 26, fined $265; Shannon L. Bradley, 49, Dayville, Jan. 5, fined $225; Sarah M. Colton, 30, Prairie City, Jan. 12, fined $225; Jeramy F. Gibson, 32, John Day, Sept. 4, fined $265; Kevin G. Kimberling, 46, Prairie City, Dec. 17, fined $265; Jason W. Hardrath, 30, Klamath Falls, Dec. 22, fined $265; Aaron M. Roseberry, 32, John Day, Feb. 21, fined $265; Andria L. Kelley, 24, Mt. Vernon, Dec. 9, fined $350; Shadwick E. Moles, 32, John Day, Nov. 27, fined $265.

• Driving while suspended: Christine N. Daum, 30, Prairie City, Jan. 21, fined $1,000, Jan. 25, fined $1,000; Kevin G. Kimberling, 46, Prairie City, Dec. 17, fined $440; Aaron M. Roseberry, 32, John Day, Feb. 21, fined $440; Joshua W. Haskins, 34, Prairie City, Dec. 3, fined $550; Shannon L. Bradley, 49, Dayville, Jan. 5, fined $375.

• Driving while revoked: Jeramy F. Gibson, 32, John Day, Sept. 4, fined $440.

• Failure to pay appropriate registration fee: Christine N. Daum, 30, Prairie City, Jan. 21, fined $250.

• Failure to renew registration: Shadwick E. Moles, 32, John Day, Nov. 27, fined $110; Stephen P. Hancock, 43, Canyon City, Jan. 26, fined $115.

• Operating with a nonstandard light: Shilo Dawn Burton-Harper, 29, Mt. Vernon, Dec. 20, fined $140.

• Expired registration sticker: Sara M. Colton, 30, Prairie City, Jan. 12, fined $95.

• Illegal alteration of display of license plates: Andria L. Kelley, 24, Mt. Vernon, Dec. 9, fined $350.

• Use of cellphone while driving: Kellie Combs, 38, Prairie City, Jan. 27, fined $265.

• Unsafe passing on the left: Patrick E. Wright, 37, Burns, Jan. 7, fined $265.

• Anne M. Mingus, 47, John Day, pleaded no contest Feb. 6 to keeping a dog as a nuisance. She was ordered to pay $605 in fines and fees.

• Peter J. Rupe, 38, John Day, pleaded guilty Jan. 30 to third-degree theft. He was sentenced to two days jail, 12 months probation, 10 hours community service and $200 in fines and fees.

Oregon State Police

Feb. 5: Investigated a single-vehicle noninjury crash on Highway 26 in Mt. Vernon. The driver lost control on a curve and struck a guardrail. Daven W. Mauseth, 18, was cited for careless driving.

Feb. 8: Brett A. Nelson, 56, Mt. Vernon, was arrested on North Mountain Boulevard in Mt. Vernon and charged with a warrant from Josephine County.

Dispatch

John Day dispatch worked 144 calls during the week of Feb. 4-10, including:

• John Day Police Department

Feb. 4: Received a fraud report from a restaurant on Main Street in John Day.

Feb. 5: Responded to a shoplifting report from a grocery store in John Day.

Feb. 5: Received a report of a probation violation of a no-contact order at a mobile home park on West Main Street in John Day.

Feb. 6: Advised of harassment at an apartment complex on East Main Street in John Day.

Feb. 7: Received a burglary report from a mobile home park on West Main Street in John Day.

Feb. 9: Responded to South Canyon Boulevard in John Day for a woman reporting someone knocking on her door in the middle of the night.

Feb. 9: Following a traffic stop on West Main Street in John Day, Holly B. Smith, Elgin, was cited for driving with a suspended license and no insurance.

Feb. 10: Following a traffic stop on Main Street in John Day, Tylor J. Gifford, 25, John Day, was cited for driving with a suspended license, no insurance and altered license plates.

• Oregon State Police

Feb. 5: Advised of a noninjury crash on Highway 395 near Starr Ridge that was blocking the highway.

• Grant County Sheriff’s Office

Feb. 4: Received a theft report from North Johnson Avenue in Prairie City.

Feb. 4: Search and rescue personnel traveled to the Starr Ridge Snow Park.

Feb. 4: Advised of criminal mischief at the Depot RV Park in Prairie City.

Feb. 4: Received a fraud report from Monument.

Feb. 10: Advised of a domestic dispute on West Front Street in Prairie City.

Feb. 10: Received a report of trespassing at a mini mart in Prairie City

• John Day ambulance

Feb. 4: Transported a patient from North Washington Street in Prairie City.

Feb. 5: Responded with state police and sheriff’s deputies to a possible rollover crash on Highway 26 in Mt. Vernon.

Feb. 6: Dispatched to a senior home in Prairie City for an elderly woman.

Feb. 6: Responded to Southwest First Avenue in John Day for a 64-year-old woman.

Feb. 7: Dispatched to Long Creek.

Feb. 8: Transported a patient to the airport in John Day.

Feb. 8: Responded to South Fork Road in Dayville for a woman who had fallen.

Feb. 9: Dispatched to a mobile home park on West Main Street in John Day for a 79-year-old woman with an insulin reaction.

Feb. 9: Transported a patient to the airport in John Day.

Feb. 9: Responded to the Hall Hill area of Highway 26 east of Prairie City.

Feb. 10: Dispatched to Charolais Heights in John Day for a 9-year-old boy with a head injury.

• Prairie City ambulance

Feb. 6: Dispatched to Summit Prairie Road for a medical alarm.

• Seneca ambulance

Feb. 7: Paged to C Avenue in Seneca for a woman who had fallen.

• Seneca fire

Feb. 10: Responded to a structure fire on Park Avenue in Seneca.

• Oregon Department of Transportation

Feb. 5: Advised of poor road conditions on Highway 26 between Mt. Vernon and Dayville.

Richard Hanners is a reporter for the Blue Mountain Eagle. He can be contacted at rick@bmeagle.com or 541-575-0710.

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