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Yamhill County jail daily reports and Newberg-Dundee Police Department run log

Yamhill County jail reports

Aug. 14

Rufus Edmonds, 50, of Newberg, was arrested for fourth-degree assault and strangulation. Bail was set at $17,500 and the case remains open.

Aug. 18

Adam Benneth Ledgerwood, 42, of Newberg, was arrested on holds from Washington and Clackamas counties. Bail was set at $30,000.

NDPD log

Aug. 1-18

Jordan Aurelius Maze, 29, of West Linn, was arrested for DUII.

Michelle Louise Simmons, 25, of Tigard, was arrested for DUII.

Rufus Edmonds, 50, of Newberg, was arrested for fourth-degree assault and strangulation.

Juliana Hope Kasserman, 18, of Hillsboro, was arrested for second-degree criminal trespass.

Damien Andrew Springer, 34, of Salem was arrested on a warrant or citation.

Rachel Jean Morgan, 32, of McMinnville, was arrested for possession of a controlled substance (PCS).

Vicente Zavala, 41, of Dundee, was arrested for unauthorized use of a motor vehicle and first-degree theft.

Nelson Felix Lara, 30, of Willamina, was arrested for second-degree theft.

Ronald Allen Stock, 58, of Newberg, was arrested for harassment or other offensive contact.

Peter William Mulbreght, 33, of Hubbard, was arrested for failure to appear on a criminal citation.

Thomas Kenneth Smiley, 32, of Beaverton, was arrested for failure to appear on a criminal citation.

Nathan Tyler Castel Martinez, 31, of Newberg, was arrested on a fugitive warrant from another state or agency.

Matthew Michael Wilkes Jones, 39, of Newberg, was arrested for failure to appear on a criminal citation.

Christine Lee Tidwell, 48, of Dundee, was arrested for possession of a stolen vehicle.

Adam Benneth Ledgerwood, 42, of Newberg, was arrested on a fugitive warrant from another state or agency.

Kristen Denise Yukne, 25, of Salem, was arrested for hit and run.

Antonio Flores-Martinez, 31, of Salem, was arrested for DUII, second-degree criminal mischief and reckless driving.


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