Police, Fire and Sheriff Logs
Log items are citations, not convictions.
The Madras Police department took a report of unlawful use of 911. The case is open.
Charles Brown, 47, was arrested for two counts harassment and interfering with making a report.
A report of harassment was taken in Northwest Madras.
Henry Stwyer, 57, was arrested for trespassing at a gas station in Northwest Madras.
A report of a disturbance was received between room-mates on Southwest Third Street.
Madras police took a theft report on Southwest Fourth Street.
Madras police obtained a referral from the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office in reference to a child abuse/assault investigation. Based on information obtained, this case was referred back to the JCSO via Undersheriff Marc Heckathorn.
Madras police responded to a fire on Northeast Oak Street.
Orlando Tewee, 31, was arrested for violating a no contact release agreement in Northeast Madras.
Madras police responded to a report of a burglary on Southwest H Street where three individuals with firearms broke into a residence. The case is under investigation.
Ralph Wallulatum, 57, was arrested for an outstanding warrant.
A criminal mischief report was taken on Southwest Lorraine Drive.
An officer took a reported theft of an Oregon Trail card on Southeast Tenth Street. The card was reported to have been used at a local business.
Cesar Aguirre, 19, Galdino Aguirre, 42, and a male juvenile were arrested for various charges after a dispute in Southeast Madras. Cesar and Galdino were lodged at the Jefferson County Correctional Facility and the juvenile was transported to Jefferson County Juvenile Probation.
Personnel with Jefferson County Rural Fire District No. 1 responded to the following incidents.
Motor vehicle crash on Southwest Jordan Road.
Medical call on Southwest Boulder Lane.
Fire on Northeast Oak Street.
Burn complaint on Center Ridge Drive.
Fire alarm on Northwest Daimler Road.
Fire on Southwest Highland Lane.
Fire on Northeast Cedar Street.
Agency assist on Southwest G Street.
Medical call on South Fifth Street.
Burn complaint on Center Ridge Drive.
Medical call on Northeast Seventh Street.
Medical call on Northeast Meadowlark Lane.
Motor vehicle crash on Southwest Culver Highway and Southwest Jericho Lane.
Fire on Northwest Highway 26.
Suspicious activity on Southeast Bitterbrush Drive.
Fire on Highway 97 milepost 106.
Motor vehicle crash on Northwest Glass Drive.
Burn complaint on Sage Lane and Lakeshore Drive.
Log items are charges, not convictions.
The Jefferson County Sheriff's Office received a report of an assault in Culver. After investigation, Joshua Jackson, 40, of Culver, was arrested for harassment.
Deputies responded to Southwest Jordan Road for a single vehicle roll over crash. The driver was issued a citation for failure to maintain lane and driving uninsured.
A report of a domestic disturbance was received at the JCSO. After investigation, Bart Lewis, 51, of Madras, was arrested for fourth-degree attempted assault and harassment.
The JCSO received a report of an assault in Culver. Patrick McLain, 38, of Culver, committed the crime of harassment and was arrested by criminal citation.
The JCSO took a report for a disturbance in Crooked River Ranch. Rebecca Parker, 26, of Redmond, was arrested by citation for driving while suspended misdemeanor and second-degree criminal trespass.
A suspicious vehicle near Culver report was taken. Mark Dickens, 35, of Bend, was arrested for DUII and reckless driving.
A deputy took a report of a burglary in Culver.
A theft report was taken on Southwest Holly Lane.
A deputy with the JCSO took a burglary report in Crooked River Ranch.
The JCSO received a runaway juvenile report from CRR.
The JCSO responded to the Portland General Electric sub station on Mountain View Drive for a report of theft.
Deputies responded to an address on Northeast Daisy for a possible assault.
A deputy responded to a single vehicle collision on Northwest Glass Drive. A juvenile was issued a citation for careless driving, driving uninsured, operating a vehicle without proper driving privileges, and failure to drive within lane.
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