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

Sex offender moves to Long CreekLONG CREEK - The Oregon State Police Sex Offender Detail reported that a convicted sex offender, Garold Lee Lynall, has recently moved from his former residence in John Day to a residence in Long Creek.

Lynall, 21, is described as a white male, approximately 5 feet 6 inches in height with brown hair and brown eyes.

John Day Dispatch LogJune 27

• A wallet was reportedly lost in the area of John Day Hardware.

• A possible domestic disturbance was reported at a residence on Fourth Street. Information referred to the Prairie City Police Department. Situation was a verbal dispute only and the parties involved separated.

• A problem between bike riders on the sidewalk and a pedestrian was reported at a location on South Canyon Boulevard. All parties involved were warned for their actions.

June 28

• A water system trouble alarm was reported sounding. John Day City Maintenance advised.

• A bad check was reportedly written to Radio Shack.

• An incident of harassment was reported at a residence in the 700 block of Southwest Brent Street.

• A wallet was reportedly lost somewhere between the Travelers Motel and the intersection of Highway 395 and Highway 26.

• A water system trouble alarm was reported sounding. Situation caused by a brief power outage. John Day City Maintenance advised.

• A hit-and-run traffic accident was reported at True Value Hardware. Store's awning was reportedly damaged. Driver of vehicle was contacted.

• A vehicle was reportedly parked in a "No Parking" zone on Elm Street. Driver was advised to move the vehicle.

• Illegal fireworks were reported at the Grant County Fairgrounds. Fireworks confiscated.

• A fight was reported at a location in the 100 block of Northwest Second Street.

June 29

• Loud noises were reportedly coming from a residence in the 700 block of Southwest Brent Street.

• A water system alarm was reported sounding. Alarm was reset.

• A motion detector alarm was reported sounding at the Department of Motor Vehicles office. Building checked, it appeared to be secure. Alarm company advised.

• Rocks were reported in the roadway on Highway 26 near Screech Alley. Rocks were removed.

• An open door was reported at the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife Screen Shop. Door was secured.

• Loud music was reportedly coming from a residence in the 700 block of Southwest Brent Street. Door was open at the location, occupants were advised to close the door.

June 30

• An alarm was reportedly sounding at the ESD Building. Building checked, it appeared to be secure. Alarm company advised.

• Three kids were reportedly lying in the road in the area of Patterson Bridge Road. Area checked, kids had left.

• A Grant County Sheriff's deputy reported smoke at a location in the 59000 block of Childress Loop. Unfounded, it was a burn pile under control.

Two rifles were reported stolen from a residence in the 500 block of East Main Street.

• A dog was reported running at large at a location on Kilborn Street.

• A disturbance was reported at a residence in the 600 block of East Main Street. Two male subjects were reportedly dragging a female down the stair-case. Verbal dispute only involving missing rifles.

• A suspicious vehicle was reported at the Meadowbrook Apartment complex. Vehicle was reportedly parked on the lawn. Unfounded, subjects were just moving some heavy items.

• An abandoned vehicle was reported at a location on Highway 26 and Keeny Fork Road. Information referred to the sheriff. Unfounded complaint.

• A chandelier-type lamp packed in heavy foam was reported laying in the road on Highway 26 near milepost 135.5. Lamp appeared to have been run over and was totally destroyed.

• A suspicious person was reported at a location on Second Street near the fairgrounds. Subject was contacted and identified.

July 1

• A suspicious vehicle was reported parked near the UPS building.

• A suspicious person was reported sitting in the loading dock area at Chester's Thriftway. Unfounded, subject was an employee.

• A break-in was reported at Iron Triangle on Patterson Bridge Road. Money was reportedly taken.

• Two four-wheelers were reportedly being driven in a reckless manner on Ingle Creek Road. Information referred to the sheriff.

• An incident of possible child abuse was reported at Strawberry Village. Information referred to the Prairie City Police Department.

• An injured deer was reported at a location on Highway 26 near mileposts 165/166. Information referred to the ODFW.

• A bike rider was reported on the runway at the Grant County Airport. Information referred to the sheriff. Area checked, subject not located.

• Fireworks were reportedly being set off at a location on Second Street.

• A suspicious vehicle was reported parked at Mills Building Supply. Vehicle checked, no problem.

July 2

• A semi truck was reportedly being driven in a reckless manner on Highway 26 near milepost 89.

• An assault was reported at a location in the 100 block of Northwest Second Street.

• An incident of harassment was reported at a residence in the 51000 block of Highway 26. Information referred to the sheriff.

• A barking dog was reported at a residence in the 100 block of South Humbolt Street. Information referred to the sheriff.

• A vehicle was reported parked the wrong way on Main Street in front of the Grubsteak Mining Company. Driver contacted and warned.

July 3

• An incident of trespassing was reported on the property of the TG Cattle Company. Information referred to the sheriff.

• An abandoned vehicle was reported at a location west of Mill Corner. Vehicle checked, appeared to have broken down.

• An injured deer was reported on Dixie Summit. Information referred to the sheriff.

Arrests and CitationsGrant County Sheriff's Department

• July 5 - Matthew Stanton, 25, Bend, was cited for violation of basic speed rule (73/55 zone).

• July 5 - Brian Fraser, 29, Bend, was cited for driving while suspended as a violation.

• July 5 - Pedro Avila, 24, Boardman, was cited for no operator's license and failure to maintain lane.

• July 5 - Charles Mack, 88, Mt. Vernon, was cited for violation of basic speed rule (75/55 zone).

• July 5 - Brian Johns, 41, Prairie City, was cited for violation of basic speed rule (76/55 zone) and no operator's license.

• July 5 - Joan Barton, 43, Hermiston, was cited for violation of basic speed rule (81/55 zone).

• July 5 - Brewster Agar, 51, Huntington, was cited for violation of basic speed rule (73/55 zone).

• July 5 - Jon Thompson, 43, Springfield, was cited for violation of basic speed rule (79/55 zone).

• July 5 - Kathleen Mischke, 41, Mt. Vernon, was cited for violation of basic speed rule (72/55 zone).

• July 5 - Brett Page, 34, Ukiah, was cited for violation of basic speed rule (79/55 zone) and driving uninsured.

• July 5 - Christopher Woodell, 21, John Day, was cited for unlawful use of a weapon.

John Day Police

• June 27 - Andrew J. Knotts, 22, Sisters, was cited for driving while suspended.

• July 2 - John Stratton, 69, Corvallis, was cited for speeding (no speed listed).

• July 2 - Ruben Griego, 29, Dayville, was cited for speeding (no speed listed).

• July 2 - Ron Glover, 56, Bend, was cited for speeding (no speed listed).

• July 3 - Robert White, 46, Mt. Vernon, was cited for driving while suspended as a violation and driving uninsured.

• July 3 - Rex Knight, 44, Bend, was cited for driving while suspended.

• July 3 - Brandon Richter, 21, John Day, was cited for possession of less than one ounce of a controlled substance.

Accidents and IncidentsJohn Day Dispatch

• June 28 - Seneca and John Day ambulances were dispatched for an 80-year-old female who had reportedly suffered a possible stroke.

• July 1 - Canyon City Fire Department was dispatched to the scene of a reported car fire.

• July 1 - Oregon Department of Forestry was dispatched to a reported grass fire in the Galena area.

• July 1 - US Forest Service was dispatched to a reported fire at the Izee Ranch. Information indicated a bailer caught fire and ignited a hay field.

• July 2 - John Day Fire Department was dispatched to a reported open pile burn fire on east Highway 26.

• July 2 - John Day ambulance and Bates Quick response Team was dispatched to the scene of a reported motorcycle accident on County Road 20.

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