Note: The full Cops & Court column will return to the pages of the Blue Mountain Eagle next week. Following are some of the calls reported this week.
Dispatch John Day Dispatch worked 161 call during the week of May 14 to May 21.
The calls included the following:
Law enforcement: Prairie City Police responded to criminal mischief damage to a bathroom at the city park; Grant County Sheriff's Office responded to a report of stolen trailer ramps at Grant Union High School; Oregon State Police responded to a non-injury accident, a truck in the ditch; Sheriff's Office responded to Little Canyon Mountain; Sheriff's Office took report of identity theft in Mt. Vernon; Sheriff's Office responded to motorbikes in a closed area at Marysville; JD Police responded to a pit bull loose on Main Street; Sheriff's Office responded to a report of a utility trailer stolen on Rim Rock Lane; JD Police responded to a fight in vicinity of Highwya 26 and Highway 395; JD Police and OSP searched for a suspicious subject in the Bridge Street area; PC Police respond to burglary report on Cozart; Sheriff's Office and PC Police investigate harassment complaint; JD Police and OPS Fish & Game respond to report of a snake in the parking lot of Meadowbrook Apartments; OSP responded to a report of a semi truck that blew through construction zone on Highway 395, nearly striking four people; JD Police responded to a theft report at Chester's; U.S. Forest Service received report of a fire on Strawberry Mountain that turned out to be a controlled burn; JD Police and OSP Fish & Game responded to a report of rattlesnakes creating a hazard at Valley View lot; Sheriff's Office received a report of a motorcycle accident, unfounded.
Ambulance: JD Ambulance conducted a transport to Air Life at the airport; JD Ambulance responded to a motorcycle accident on Highway 26 at Highway 19; JD Ambulance responded to assist a 91-year-old who had fallen; Long Creek Ambulance responded to man with stomach pain.