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Yamhill County jail reports and Newberg-Dundee Police Department log for the week

Yamhill County jail reports

Aug. 20

Dillon Anthony Grimes, 24, of Newberg, was arrested on multiple counts of second-degree criminal mischief. Bail was set at $10,000 and the case remains open.

Aug. 21

Brandon Jacob Weckel, 34, of Newberg, was arrested for unlawful possession of meth. Bail was set at $10,000 and the case remains open.

Aug. 26

Michael Allen McFadden, 38, of Newberg, was arrested on a post-prison supervision sanction. No bail was set and the case is pending.

Matthew Forrest Carlson, 38, of Dundee, was arrested on a hold from Coos County. Bail was set at $35,000.

Newberg-Dundee Police Department log

Aug. 20-25

Alexander Lawrence Liljequist, 27, of Keizer, was arrested for failure to appear on a criminal citation.

Christopher Scott Nason, 54, of Newberg, was arrested for second-degree criminal trespass.

Dillon Anthony Grimes, 24, of McMinnville, was arrested for third-degree theft as well as a warrant from another jurisdiction or state.

Antonio Baltazar Marroquin, 37, of Newberg, was arrested for failure to appear on a criminal citation.

Chloe Marie Hite, 21, of Newberg, was arrested for reckless driving and DUII.

Timothy David Albright, 45, of Tigard, was arrested for DUII.

Colby Dean Jungwirth, 27, of St. Paul, was arrested for second-degree criminal trespass.

William Arely Aldana, 36, of Portland, was arrested for failure to carry and present a license.

Ky Ramsey Schaad, 21, of Newberg, was arrested for recklessly endangering another person and reckless driving.

Matthew Michael Wilkes Jones, 39, of Newberg, was arrested for felon in possession of a weapon.

Brandon Jacob Weckel, 34, of Newberg, was arrested on a warrant.

Silvano Garcia Tenorio, 41, of Lafayette, was arrested for nonpayment of fines or restitution.

William Mark Trinklein, 56, of Hillsboro was arrested for felony DUII.


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