Arrests and citations in the Blue Mountain Eagle are taken from the logs of area law-enforcement agencies. Every effort is made to report the court disposition of all arrests listed.

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

? Violation of the basic rule: Amy Uttenreuther, Baker City, 77/55 zone, fined $287, and Jeffery Hanson, Keizer, 75/55 zone, fined $155.

? Violation of the speed law: Roger McKinley, Prairie City, 70/55 zone, fined $145, and Brandon McKinion, Newman, Ga., 42/25 zone, fined $155.

? Driving outside restrictions: James Cook Jr., John Day, fined $230.

? Failure to renew registration: Danny Davis, Hereford, fined $120.

? Rhett Elliott, Canyon City, was convicted of possession of less than an ounce of marijuana and fined $1,000.

? Darce D. Florio, Malibu, Calif., was convicted of possession of less than an ounce of marijuana and fined $1,000.

Circuit CourtCANYON CITY - The Grant County Circuit Court reported the following fines and judgments:

? Jessie Ryan Gillpatrick, 20, was convicted of one count of first-degree burglary. He was sentenced to the custody of Oregon Department of Corrections for 21 months, 36 months of post-prison supervision and $11,104 in restitution. The sentence was to be consecutive to all previously imposed sentences. Counts for second-degree criminal mischief, first-degree aggravated theft, conspiracy to commit burglary and conspiracy to commit first-degree aggravated theft were dismissed.

Oregon State Police? On Saturday, Oct. 2, Oregon State Police responded to a hunter's complaint that someone shot a buck deer from their vehicle on a public roadway, in the area of Forest Service Road 2150. Todd David Alexander of Corbett was cited and released for aiding in a game violation - taking a buck deer without a tag.

? On Monday, Oct. 4, OSP responded to a report from a landowner off Wall Creek Road, of people shooting and critically wounding a buck deer on his property. Troopers are investigating the incident.

? OSP responded to a hunter's complaint that someone was hunting at night in the Shurtz Creek area of the Malheur River Hunting Unit. Donald L. Rivers of Rockaway Beach was cited and released for taking a buck deer without a tag and for borrowing a buck deer tag.

? At 5:45 p.m. Friday, Oct. 8, troopers stopped a Ford pickup on Highway 395 near Ritter Junction for speeding and for a passenger not wearing a seat belt. The driver, Nolan D. Vannevel, 20, of Terrebonne, was arrested and taken to Grant County Jail on charges of DUII-controlled substance, unlawful possession of a controlled substance, and cited for possession of less than an ounce of marijuana.

? At about 9:10 a.m. Friday, Oct. 8, OSP cited Erik A. McKibben, 42, of Coburg, for borrowing a buck deer tag, on F.S. Road 18.

? On Wednesday, Oct. 6, troopers cited Ricky R. Saul, 50, Seneca, for taking a bear with centerfire rifle without a valid used or unused buck deer tag, on F.S. Road 1630 Oct. 2.

? On Monday, Oct. 11, troopers and the Grant County Sheriff's Office responded to two complaints of a Long Creek resident burning a large pile of marijuana from his medical grow operation. Police advised the resident to dispose of his byproduct by a different method.

Grant County Sheriff? Cited for violation of the basic rule: Saulos Benitez, Tulare, Calif., 83/55 zone; Kevin Clark, Helix, 55/40 zone; Martin Medina, 33, Central Point, 75/55 zone.

? Benjamin Hitson, 24, Redmond, was cited for violation of the basic rule (76/55 zone) and driving while suspended violation.

? For driving while suspended violation: Roger Drescher, 78, Drain.

? For driving under the influence of intoxicants: Charles Cannon, 63, Portland.

Dispat­­chJohn Day dispatch worked 161 calls during the week of Oct. 11-18, 2010. The calls included:

? John Day Police:

Oct. 11: Report of a hit-and-run from Sept. 22.

Oct. 15: Probation violation at John Day Floral; gas theft at the west Shell station.

Oct. 16: Arrested a John Day man for driving while suspended.

Oct. 17: Suspicious person shining a flashlight into cars near the Squeeze-In restaurant.

? Grant County Sheriff

Oct. 13: Horse not being taken care of near county roads 58 and 59.

Oct. 15: Cited a Medford woman for speeding.

Oct. 17: Complaint of an aggressive dog causing destruction on N. Johnson Ave.

? John Day ambulance:

Oct. 11: An elderly woman with a possible broken ankle.

Oct. 15: 70-year-old Dayville man;

? Prairie City ambulance:

Oct. 12: Woman with extreme migraines;

? Monument ambulance:

Oct. 12: 86-year-old woman with chest and abdominal pain.

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