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 Nov. 6:

Concealed handgun licenses: 12

Average inmates: 15

Bookings: 9

Releases: 10

Arrests: 1

Citations: 0

Fingerprints: 5

Civil papers: 20

Warrants processed: 2

Asst./welfare check: 0

Search and rescue: 1

Dispatch

John Day dispatch worked 183 calls during the week of Nov. 4-10, including:

• John Day Police Department

Nov. 4: Arrested Anthony Capaldo, homeless, for violation of release agreement on East Main Street.

Nov. 4: Received a report of suspicious circumstances and requested extra patrol on Airport Road.

Nov. 5: Received a driving complaint on West Main Street.

Nov. 5: Received a report of a possible burglary on Southwest First Avenue.

Nov. 7: Along with the Grant County Sheriff’s Office and the Oregon State Police, responded to a livestock complaint on Highway 26.

Nov. 7: Along with the Grant County Sheriff’s Office, responded to a dispute on Southwest First Avenue.

Nov. 8: Responded to a hit and run in John Day.

Nov. 9: Advised of a civil complaint on Valley View Drive.

Nov. 9: Followed up on a stolen vehicle on East Main Street.

Nov. 9: Cited Steven M. Warrington, 30, John Day, for driving while suspended and driving without insurance on West Main Street.

Nov. 10: Responded to a report of theft on Charolais Heights.

• Oregon State Police

Nov. 5: Received information of a disabled vehicle along the roadside on Highway 26.

Nov. 8: Advised of a vehicle versus deer accident on Highway 26.

Nov. 9: Was advised of horses on the road on Highway 26.

Nov. 9: Advised of a driving complaint on Highway 26.

• Grant County Sheriff’s Office

Nov. 4: Received a report of animal abuse in Prairie City.

Nov. 6: Received a report of theft of service on East Main Street.

Nov. 10: Received a report of suspicious circumstances at Ben Harrison Peak.

• John Day ambulance

Nov. 5: Responded to a 45-year-old woman with nausea and vomiting on South Johnson Street.

Nov. 5: Responded to a 68-year-old man on Northwest Valley View Drive.

Nov. 6: Responded to an 84-year-old woman who fell on Summit Prairie Road.

Nov. 6: Paged for a woman with the flu on South Johnson Avenue.

Nov. 7: Paged for a man with difficulty breathing, chest pain, nausea and dropping blood pressure.

Nov. 8: Paged for a woman barely breathing on Northwest Charolais Heights.

Nov. 9: Called for a 24-year-old woman on Southwest Brent Drive.

Nov. 9: Paged for an elderly subject with chest pain and shortness of breath on Valley View Drive.

Nov. 9: Responded to a 73-year-old woman with back pain.

Nov. 10: The coordinator was contacted regarding a third party medical report.

• Prairie City fire

Nov. 4: Advised of a tree fire on Highway 26.

• U.S. Forest Service

Nov. 6: Received a report of an abandoned vehicle on a forest service road.

• Dayville fire

Nov. 8: Requested to check on a fire burning alongside Highway 26.

Reporter

Rudy Diaz is a reporter for the Blue Mountain Eagle. Contact him at rudy@bmeagle.com or 541-575-0710.

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