Police, sheriff, fire, and court logs for Nov. 8-18
Log items are citations, not convictions.
A Department of Human Services referral was obtained in reference to an 11-month-old that was burned over 10% of his body when he reportedly pulled soup onto himself from the counter on Nov. 2. On Nov. 4, because of the nature of the case, St. Charles Madras reported the incident to DHS for screening, and the case was closed. Because of the nature of the injury, the case was again reported to screening by law enforcement on Nov. 8, and was again closed. Based on information obtained through an investigation by law enforcement, the case is again being forwarded to screening for review Nov. 12.
The Madras Police Department took a report of a stolen vehicle from Southwest Madison Street.
Rebeckah Tackett, 39, was arrested for driving under the influence of intoxicants (alcohol), reckless driving and second-degree criminal mischief following a traffic crash in southwest Madras. Tackett was cited and released from custody.
An officer conducted a traffic stop in the Papa Murphy's parking lot. The driver, Justin Greene, 33, and passenger, Dylan Mendes, 25, were arrested on confirmed warrants.
Michael Meanus, 57, was arrested for a probation violation.
Madras police spoke with Luke Beemer, 46, at the Jefferson County Courthouse. Dispatch informed police that Beemer had a warrant for his arrest and he was taken into custody.
A report of theft was taken on Northeast Royal Avenue.
Multiple calls on Nov. 12 and 13, were received from Tamara Brown, 43, asking for service. Brown was arrested for second-degree disorderly conduct.
An officer took a report of illegal narcotics that were found at the Plateau Travel Plaza.
A stolen vehicle report was taken by police from Northeast Jefferson Street.
Madras police responded to a minor two vehicle motor vehicle crash at the intersection of Fourth and J Street. One subject was transported to St. Charles Madras and Maria Rodriguez was cited for failure to obey a traffic control device.
A Department of Human Services referral was obtained in regard to a potential medical neglect case on Southwest Highway 97.
A DHS referral was obtained in reference to injuries to a 1-year-old. Although DHS closed the case at screening, law enforcement will gather additional information to determine if the report rises to the level of a criminal investigation.
Police received a burglary report on Southeast Cedar Hills Street.
An officer responded to a report of a failure to perform the duties of a driver at Southeast City View and Southeast Yarrow Avenue.
Jesse Worley, 32, was arrested for an outstanding warrant, resisting arrest, interfering with a peace officer, giving false information and unlawful possession of methamphetamine.
A report of theft was taken in Madras.
Personnel with Jefferson County Rural Fire District No. 1 responded to the following incidents.
Fire in bedroom on Southwest Second Street.
Fire (pile of leaves) on C and Second Street.
Medical on Southwest Second Street.
Motor vehicle crash on Southwest Fourth Street.
House fire on Northeast Lakeside Drive.
Motor vehicle crash at Pepe's.
Fire alarm on West F Street.
Medical on Southwest Highway 97.
Agency assist on Southeast Seventh Street.
Fire on Culver Highway.
Medical on Metolius Street.
Fire on Northwest Birch and Northwest Depot Road.
Fire on Northwest Commercial and Jefferson Street.
Medical on West E Street.
Fire alarm on East E Street.
Agency assist on Southeast McTaggart Road.
Medical on West E Street.
Fire on Southwest Highway 97.
Medical on Southwest King Lane.
Medical on Northeast Emerson Drive.
Motor vehicle crash on Southwest Highway 97 and Fairgrounds Road.
Fire on Northwest Columbia and Highway 26.
Log items are charges, not convictions.
A deputy with the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office made a traffic stop in Madras. After investigation, Anthony Basham, 25, of Madras, was cited for driving uninsured and operating without required lighting equipment. The vehicle was impounded.
The JCSO took a report of theft from the Desert Inn in Metolius. Katie Bregenzer, 30, of Metolius, was captured on video of the theft. Bregenzer was arrested for second-degree theft and second-degree criminal trespass.
Deputies with the JCSO responded to an address on Viewpoint Drive in Culver for a domestic disturbance. Charina Owens, 27, of Culver, was arrested and charged with fourth-degree domestic assault and harassment.
The JCSO responded to a motor vehicle crash on Southeast Grizzly Road. Crystal Lopez-Moore, 33, of Prineville, was driving under the influence of alcohol and left the roadway and struck a tree. Lopez-Moore was issued criminal citations and transported to St. Charles Madras.
Deputies with the JCSO located Justin Greene, 33, of Warm Springs, and arrested him for the Madras Police Department regarding some thefts.
The following items are from Circuit Court sentencing reports. The sentences are for multiple charges, jail of 30 days or more, and felony offenses.
Maurice Paul Smith Jr., 22, was found guilty by a jury of menacing, and unlawful possession of a firearm, Class A misdemeanors, and second-degree disorderly conduct, all of which occurred on June 23. He pleaded guilty to unlawfully purchasing a firearm, a Class A misdemeanor, which occurred on March 15. He was sentenced to 120 days in the Jefferson County Correctional Facility. He was acquitted of charges of unlawful use of a weapon, menacing and attempting to commit a Class C/unclassified felony; a charge of unlawful use of a weapon was deferred; and a charge of unlawfully purchasing a firearm was dismissed.
David Allen Sanders Jr., 40, pleaded no contest to strangulation constituting domestic violence, a Class C felony, which occurred between July 1 and Sept. 16, and harassment, a Class A misdemeanor, which occurred on Nov. 1. He was sentenced to 18 days in the JCCF, and three years of supervised probation. Two counts of resisting arrest, and one each of strangulation and harassment were dismissed.
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