Police and Court Logs for Feb. 1-10, 2020
Log items are citations, not convictions.
An officer with the Madras Police Department conducted a traffic stop on a black Ford Ranger after observing several traffic violations. During the stop, a DUI investigation began. Kaleb Foster, 19, was arrested and charged with DUII, reckless driving, and two counts reckless endangering. Foster later gave a blood alcohol content reading of .24 percent.
Madras police received a Department of Human Services report. It was cross reported to Law Enforcement.
A report of two vehicles broken into on Fifth and I streets was taken.
Semaj Blackman, 21, was arrested for probation violation on Southeast Tenth Street.
A robbery report was taken from Southwest Highway 97. Case pending locating suspects.
A report of a stolen vehicle was taken from Fifth and J streets. Investigation is ongoing.
Madras police responded to a motor vehicle crash at the intersection of Fourth and J streets.
A report of restraining order violation was taken on Southeast D Street.
A sexual assault was reported to the Madras Police Department that involved an adult male.
Luis A. Castro was arrested for an outstanding misdemeanor warrant out of Jefferson County.
A sexual assault that had occurred in the last several months somewhere in the Yarrow subdivision was reported.
An officer investigated a DHS referral regarding three juveniles potentially being exposed to domestic violence. The case was closed by report.
A possible fraud was investigated. It turned out to be unfounded.
A juvenile male was issued a citation for minor in possession of marijuana while being under the influence on Southeast Tenth Street.
A report of a restraining order violation was received. Case pending locating suspect.
Aaron Taylor was arrested on a confirmed misdemeanor warrant out of Jefferson County.
Madras police responded to a car fire on Bard Lane.
An officer attempted contact with Shania Brooks, 23, who had a felony warrant for her arrest. After several commands to stop, Brooks ran through several backyards and eventually eluded capture. Case open pending apprehension of Brooks.
Madras police investigated an assault at a location on Kemper Way. A juvenile was issued citations for fourth-degree assault and harassment after being transported to the Jefferson County Juvenile Department.
A report of suspicious activity was received.
A theft report was taken from Southwest Buff Street.
Personnel with Jefferson County Rural Fire District No. 1 responded to the following incidents.
False alarm call at Tops Trailer Park.
Motor vehicle crash on Highway 97 milepost 109.
Motor vehicle crash on Northeast Cherry Lane and Highway 97.
Medical call on Southeast McTaggart Road.
Vehicle fire on Southwest Bard Lane.
Trailer fire on Northwest Cherry Lane.
Burn complaint on Washington Avenue.
Motor vehicle crash on Southeast Buff and Tenth streets.
Log items are charges, not convictions.
A deputy with the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office investigated a theft on Southwest Shad Road in Crooked River Ranch.
Deputies responded to Northeast Miller Street in Madras for a fight in progress. Skylar Dendy, 18, of Madras, was arrested.
A deputy arrested Renaye Coscorrosa, 43, of Madras, on an active warrant.
The JCSO responded to St. Charles Madras Hospital for the report of two dog bite victims. Both adult women were bitten by the same dog, on the same hand, and on the same finger. The dog belonged to the women and was vaccinated for rabies; therefore, they were warned for no dog license and the dog was left at the home.
A deputy investigated a burglary that occurred on Second Street in Metolius.
A report of several newspapers that have been taken from several addresses in CRR was reported. Information was collected.
Tina Leann Riege, 47, of Madras, was contacted and found to have a warrant. Riege was arrested.
The JCSO responded to a residence in Metolius. After investigation, Brian Frasier, 26, of Metolius, was arrested on probation violation.
OREGON STATE POLICE
Log items are charges, not convictions.
Oregon State Police conducted a traffic stop on a gold GMC pickup, for speed and failure to maintain lane, on Ford Lane and Highway 361. The driver showed several signs of impairment and agreed to perform standardized field sobriety tests. The driver, Rico Ramiro-Sanchez, 49, of Culver, was arrested for DUII alcohol. The vehicle was searched, then secured at the scene. Ramiro-Sanchez provided two breath samples, with a BAC of .18 percent.
The following items are from Circuit Court sentencing reports. The sentences are for multiple charges, jail of 30 days or more, and felony offenses.
Gary Ryan Bolin, 32, pleaded guilty to first-degree theft, a Class C felony, and third-degree theft, a Class C misdemeanor, which occurred on Aug. 31, 2019. He was sentenced 20 days in the Jefferson County Correctional Facility and two years of supervised probation. Unauthorized use of a vehicle and unlawful entry into a motor vehicle charges were dismissed.
Anthony Manuel Hernandez, 38, pleaded no contest to fleeing or attempting to elude a police officer, a Class C felony, which occurred on Jan. 9. He was sentenced to 30 days in the Jefferson County Correctional Facility and 18 months of supervised probation. Another count of fleeing or attempting to elude a police officer, as well as one count of reckless driving, were dismissed.
Kip Jordan Worley, 28, pleaded no contest to four counts of identity theft, a Class C felony, and one count of second-degree theft, a Class A misdemeanor, which occurred on May 16, 2019. He was sentenced to 50 days in the Jefferson County Correctional Facility and 36 months of supervised probation. Five counts of fraudulent use of a credit card and one of identity theft were dismissed.
In a separate case, Worley pleaded no contest to first-degree theft and four counts of identity theft, Class C felonies, which occurred between April 8 and 12, 2019. He was sentenced to 15 months in the custody of the Oregon Department of Corrections, 12 months of post-prison supervision and 36 months of supervised probation. A charge of first-degree forgery was dismissed.
In a third case, Worley pleaded no contest to unlawful possession of a weapon by a prison inmate, an unclassified felony, which occurred on June 18, 2019. He was sentenced to 36 months of supervised probation. A charge of supplying contraband was dismissed.
Randall Curtis Wallulatum, 32, pleaded guilty to third-degree theft and second-degree criminal trespass, Class C misdemeanors, which occurred on Jan. 29, 2020. He was sentenced to 10 days in the Jefferson County Correctional Facility and 12 months of bench probation. An additional charge each of third-degree theft and second-degree criminal trespass were dismissed.
Peter Orville Pettus, 35, pleaded guilty to unauthorized use of a vehicle, a Class C felony, which occurred on Jan. 3, 2020. He was sentenced to 13 months in the custody of the Oregon Department of Corrections and 24 months of post-prison supervision.
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