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.

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

? Riverside Home Park v. Charles Church. Money judgment awarded to Riverside Home Park in the amount of $3,707.

Small Claims Court? Walt Kight v. Paul Irwin. Money judgment awarded to Walt Kight in the amount of $1,277.17.

? Vicky Stolle v. George McLean. Money judgment awarded to Vicky Stolle in the amount of $559.

Oregon State Police? OSP assisted Grant County Sheriff's Office with a reported suicidal man in Mt. Vernon. The man had threatened to stab himself in the throat with a screw driver if law enforcement approached. Deputies were able to talk him into walking to a safe area where he was then tazered and placed into protective custody without further incident.

Grant County Sheriff? Duane Cornett, 48, Salem, was cited for violation of the basic rule (79/55 zone).

? Shelly Billingsley-Mo, 43, John Day, was cited for violation of the basic rule (79/55 zone).

? Dee McConnell, 36, Mt. Vernon, was cited for having a dog as a nuisance.

DispatchJohn Day dispatch worked 163 calls during the week of Feb. 25 - March 2, 2008. Along with the various traffic warnings, trespassing, injured animals, noise complaints and juvenile complaints, these calls included:

Law enforcement: Grant County Sheriff's Office responded to a report of a hitchhiker on Highway 26; John Day Police cited a 25-year-old John Day woman for not having an operator's license; Sheriff's deputies responded to a report of an assault at Prairie Wood Products; Sheriff's deputies responded to a report of three dogs accosting complaintants; Sheriff's deputies cited a driver for violation of the basic rule; Sheriff's deputies responded to a report of a vehicle broken down near Dixie Creek Summit; Sheriff's deputies responded to a non-injury accident in the Granite area; JD Police cited a 47-year-old John Day man for failing to change information on his driver's license; JD Police cited a 41-year-old woman from San Diego, Calif. for violation of the basic rule (60/35 zone); Sheriff's deputies took a report on a person making harassing phone calls and yelling out into the street; Sheriff's deputies took a report of possible ID theft regarding cell phones in Mt. Vernon; JD Police investigated a report of rape; JD Police responded to a non-injury accident between a vehicle and a field groomer on 7th street; Sheriff's deputies investigated a report of a suicidal person at Huffman's Market; JD Police investigted suspicious persons on Dayton Street and at America's Best Value Inn; John Day Fire responded to a report of a chimney fire on Brent Drive; JD Police took a report of a theft on 2nd Street; JD Police responded to a report of shots fired on NE Elm Street; Sheriff's deputies cited a Salem man for violation of the basic rule; Prairie City Fire responded to a chimney fire; Sheriff's deputies responded to a report of trespassing by ATV riders; JD Police responded to a report of a dead horse at the fairgrounds (horse had gone through a fence).

Ambulance: Prairie City ambulance was requested for a 70-year-old woman with breathing problems; John Day ambulance was requested for a 94-year-old woman with chest pain in the Indian Creek area; JD ambulance was requested for a woman having chest pains; JD ambulance was requested for an elderly woman with severe chest pains; JD ambulance was requested for an elderly woman who had fallen and hit her head; JD ambulance did an airlife transport; Quick Response Team, and both Mt. Vernon and John Day ambulances responded to a call in Mt. Vernon; PC ambulance was requested for an 83-year-old man in pain; JD ambulance was requested for a person with a possible broken hip at Country Spice; JD ambulance did an airlife transport to the airport; Long Creek ambulance responded to a 15-year-old girl who had fainted and was transported to Blue Mountain Hospital; JD ambulance and Sheriff's deputies responded to a male patient with a possible stroke; JD ambulance was requested for a woman giving birth.

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