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Yamhill County jail reports, Newberg-Dundee Police Department log and Tualatin Valley Fire and Rescue run logs

Yamhill County jail reports

Sept. 19

Nathan Lee Lopez, 32, of Newberg, was arrested for fleeing or attempting to elude a police officer, reckless driving, failure to perform the duties of a driver when property is damaged, first-degree criminal mischief, criminal possession of a forgery device, computer crime and parole violation, as well as a hold from Clackamas County. Bail was set at $37,500 and the case remains open.

Sept. 20

Kimberly Lynn Jackson, 43, of Newberg, was arrested for violating a restraining order. Bail was set at $5,000 and the case remains open.

Shane Elliot Schuster, 48, of Newberg, was arrested for menacing. No bail was set and he received an undisclosed sentence on the charge.

Sept. 21

Michael John Casey, 46, of Newberg, was arrested on multiple counts of first-degree sodomy and sexual abuse. Bail was set at $150,000 and the case is pending.

Newberg-Dundee Police Department log

Sept. 15-22

Peter William Mulbreght, 33, of Hubbard, was arrested on a warrant or citation.

Thomas Scott Robertson, 58, of Newberg, was arrested for harassment or offensive physical contact.

Hannah Cheri Rietz, 35, of McMinnville, was arrested for second-degree theft.

Ryan Scott Roberson, 26, of Salem, was arrested for driving under the influence of intoxicants (DUII).

Terrence Dale Payne, 25, residence unknown, was arrested for DUII, reckless driving, failure to install ignition interlock device and driving uninsured.

Julie Ann Boles, 25, residence unknown, was arrested for possession of meth, first-degree theft, possession of heroin and a violation.

Meriah Lynn Crabtree, 28, of Newberg, was arrested for first-degree criminal trespass, third-degree criminal mischief.

Monica Nicole Chapman, 40, of Newberg, was arrested for DUII.

Nathan Lee Lopez, 32, residence unknown, was arrested on a warrant or citation for computer crime, hit and run, eluding a police officer, first-degree criminal mischief, reckless driving and criminal possession of a forgery device.

Kimberly Lynn Jackson, 43, of Newberg, was arrested for violating a restraining order.

Michael Charles Anderson, 51, of Newberg, was arrested for violating a no-contact order.

Shawna Marie Reder, 49, of Newberg, was arrested for second-degree criminal trespass.

Gregory Allen Rice, 51, of McMinnville, was arrested for criminal driving while suspended.

Aidan Nicholas Orlando, 27, of Dundee, was arrested for throwing burning material from a vehicle.

TVF&R run log

Sept. 13

TVFR personnel responded to a bark dust fire on Second Street and a hazardous materials call on Main Street.

Sept. 14

Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue crews responded to emergency medical calls on Brutscher Street, Hulet Lane, Little Oak Street, Haworth Avenue, Everest Road, Camellia Street, Villa Road, Fulton Street, Camden Lane, Oak Meadows Loop, Hawthorne Loop, Sixth Street and Williams Street.

TVFR personnel responded to a commercial fire alarm on Center Street and a bark dust fire on Illinois Street.

Sept. 15

Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue crews responded to emergency medical calls on Portland Road, Villa Road, Herman Street, Oak Meadows Loop, Wynooski Street and Werth Boulevard.

TVFR personnel responded to a commercial fire alarm on Sierra Vista Drive and a bark dust fire on Everest Road.

Sept. 16

Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue crews responded to emergency medical calls on Washington Street, Hawthorne Drive, Aquarius Boulevard, Ninth Street in Dundee, Haworth Avenue, Douglas Avenue, Seventh Street in Dundee, Camellia Street, First Street in Dundee, Ninth Street in Dundee and Center Street.

TVFR personnel responded to a miscellaneous fire on Herd and Bell roads.

Sept. 17

Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue crews responded to emergency medical calls on First Street in Dundee, Wynooski Street, Portland Road, Andrew Street, Meridian Street, Trestle View Court, Corral Creek Road, College Street and Hawthorne Drive.

TVFR personnel responded to a miscellaneous incident at Villa Road and Holly Drive.

Sept. 18

Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue crews responded to emergency medical calls on Blaine Street, Morton Street, North Valley Road, Fulton Street, Cedar Green Lane, Crestview Circle, Dopp Road, Keyes Lane in Dundee and Hillside Drive.

TVFR personnel responded to burn complaints on Terrace Drive and Camellia Street, and an unknown injury motor vehicle collision (MVC) on Dog Ridge Road and Wynooski Street.

Sept. 19

Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue crews responded to emergency medical calls on Oak Meadows Loop, Wildwood Road, Charles Street, Elliott Road and Dayton Avenue.

TVFR personnel responded to a brush fire on Parrett Mountain and Southwest Smith roads.

Sept. 20

Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue crews responded to emergency medical calls on Sherman Street, Illinois Street, Elliott Road, 11th Court, Blaine Street and Walnut Avenue.

TVFR personnel responded to a request for public assistance on Paren Springs Road.

Sept. 21

Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue crews responded to emergency medical calls on Oak Meadows Loop, Gemini Lane, Haworth Avenue, College Street, Walnut Avenue, Brutscher Street, Elliott Road, Camellia Street, Dayton Avenue, Second Street, 11th Street in Dundee, and Hampton Lane.

TVFR personnel responded to a commercial fire alarm on Dayton Avenue.

Sept. 22

Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue crews responded to emergency medical calls on Edwards Drive, Brutscher Street, Vermillion Street, Fulton Street, Seventh Street in Dundee and Second Way.

TVFR personnel responded to a commercial fire alarm on Hoskins Hill Road and a miscellaneous fire on Douglas Avenue.

Sept. 23

Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue crews responded to emergency medical calls on Fulton Street, Royal Oak Street and Werth Boulevard.

TVFR personnel responded to a natural gas leak on Otter Drive.


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