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.

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

? May 16 - Kailee Lynn Vancurler, 23, pleaded guilty to fourth-degree assault. She was placed on bench probation for 18 months, ordered to obtain an anger management evaluation within 15 days and ordered to serve five days in jail with credit for time served. She was fined $633.

Vancurler pleaded guilty on an additional charge of harassment. She was placed on bench probation for 18 months, ordered to obtain an anger management evaluation within 15 days and ordered to serve five days in jail with credit for time served. She was fined $133.

On another harassment charge, Vancurler pleaded guilty. She was placed on bench probation for 18 months and fined $97.

She was ordered to pay an additional $992.37 in fines and assessments, including $129.37 in restitution to the victim.

? May 21 - Michael C. Voigt, 55, pleaded guilty to criminal driving while suspended or revoked. He was placed on bench probation for 12 months and ordered to complete 80 hours of community service. He was fined $433.

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

? Yazzie Voigt pleaded no contest to possession of alcohol by a minor. Fined $500.

? William Davis, Edmond, Wash., was cited for violation of the basic speed rule (79/55 zone). Fined $242.

? Cathryn Foster, Nampa, Idaho, was cited for violation of the basic speed rule (95/55 zone). Fined $421.

? Mystea Newton, Redmond, was cited for driving while suspended. Fined $427. Newton was also cited for driving uninsured and fined $242. Newton failed to appear in court and was fined $25 driver's license suspension fee times two.

? Peralta Contereras, Walla Walla, Wash., was cited for driving while suspended. Fined $427. Contereras was also cited for driving uninsured and fined $242. Contereras failed to appear in court and was fined $25 driver's license suspension fee times two.

? Norman Beaupre III, Baker City, was cited for careless driving involving an accident and fined $427. He failed to appear in court and was fined an additional $25 driver's license suspension fee.

? Patrick Holmes, Redmond, was fined $25 driver's license suspension fee for failure to pay fines.

? Alyse Lundom, Canyon City, was fined $25 driver's license suspension fee for failure to pay fines.

? Lucas Gandy, Redmond, was fined $25 driver's license suspension fee for failure to pay fines.

? Ryan William, Idaho Falls, Idaho, was fined $25 driver's license suspension fee for failure to pay fines.

? Cody Murrill, Prairie City, was cited for violation of the basic speed law (51/25 zone). Fined $242.

? Nancy Daniels, Albany, was cited for violation of the basic speed law (53/35 zone). Fined $110.

? Patton Carter, Long Creek, was cited for violation of the basic speed rule (72/55 zone). Fined $110.

? Julie Bowling, Canyon City, was cited for violation of the basic speed rule (73/55 zone). Fined $110.

Small Claims Court? Les Schwab Tire Center v. Denise Murrill. Money judgment awarded to Les Schwab Tire Center in the amount of $1,848.88.

Oregon State Police? May 14 - Oregon State Police troopers responded to a single-vehicle motorcycle crash on Highway 26 near milepost 124. Investigation revealed that the driver, Neil Seifert, Bend, lost control of his vehicle while negotiating a left-hand turn. Seifert received only minor injuries and refused transport to the hospital.

? May 16 - Marty Heathman, 45, Tualatin, was arrested for driving under the influence of intoxicants and transported to the Grant County Jail.

? May 16 - Cindy Smith, 41, Seneca, was arressted for driving under the influence of intoxicants and transported to the Grant County Jail.

? May 19 - Russell Wayne Moore Jr., 18, Prineville, was cited for minor in possession of alcohol.

? May 19 - Lacey Michelle Spry, 22, Canyon City, was cited for violation of the basic speed rule (71/55 zone). She was issued a citation to appear in Baker County for negotiating a bad check.

? May 19 - OSP stopped a maroon Toyota pickup for obstructed windshield and license plate on Highway 395 near milepost 25. Upon contact with the driver, Brent Schatz, Seneca, the officer noticed the smell of alcohol on the driver's breath. Schatz had three passengers in his vehicle, all under 21 years of age. Schatz admitted to drinking earlier in the day.

Schatz and one of his passengers, Russell Wayne Moore Jr., 18, Prineville, were both cited for minor in possession of alcohol by consumption. Moore blew a breath sample of .129. Moore had been cited earlier in the morning for minor in possession of alcohol by another trooper.

? May 19 - Scott Gordon Harris, 46, Hines, was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol and transported to the Harney County Jail.

? May 20 - OSP stopped a 2002 Mitsubishi Montero with Washington plates for violation of the basic speed rule (69/55 zone) on Highway 395 near milepost 35. As the trooper pulled up behind the vehicle, the passenger and driver switched seats. The driver, now in the passenger seat, Randy Joe Anderson, 44, Burns, was visibly intoxicated. Investigation revealed that Anderson was on probation out of Harney County with "No alcohol clause" and his driving priveleges had been suspended criminally.

The person in the driver's seat, Vickie Lynn Culver, 46, HInes, showed signs of impairment. She was arrested for driving under the influence of intoxicants and taken to the Grant County Jail where she blew a breath sample of .11 (three hours after the traffic stop).

Anderson was also taken to the Grant County Jail for misdemeanor probation violation.

Grant County Sheriff

? May 22 - Dennis Lippert, John Day, was cited for failure to carry insurance and registration.

? May 23 - Travis Majors, Mt. Vernon, was cited for maintaining a dog as a nuisance.

John Day Police? May 23 - Ole Hoskinson, 64, Eugene, was cited for violation of the basic speed rule.

DispatchJohn Day dispatched worked 105 calls during the week of May 21 through May 25. Along with various traffic warnings, trespassing, possibly suicidal subjects, injured animals, noise complaints and juvenile complaints, these calls included:

Law enforcement: John Day Police responded to a residence on Elm Street for mental health request and possible assault; and JD Police responded to a report of theft from Cottage Treasures and Beyond.

Ambulance: Seneca Ambulance responded to a male subject that had been in a motor-vehicle accident; John Day Ambulance transported a patient to Burns Airport for Life Flight transport; JD Ambulance responded to a 54-year-old female suffering from severe abdominal pain on South Canyon Boulevard; JD Ambulance requested for an elderly male subject who was very weak, possibly suffering from a stroke, on Adam Drive; JD and Mt. Vernon ambulances requested to Highland Terrace for an 82-year-old male who was extremely weak; Mt. Vernon Ambulance responded for a non-injury traffic accident; JD Ambulance responded to a female with breathing problems on SW 1st Avenue; and Mt. Vernon Ambulance responded to Highland Drive for a patient with a possible broken leg.

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