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Notable calls received by the Oregon State Police in Columbia County over a three-day period.

Wednesday, March 31

A Fish and Wildlife trooper noticed a vehicle parked at the Sauvie Island Wildlife Area at the entrance to Collins Beach that belonged to a subject who was not supposed to be there as per the terms of his probation. The man recently plead guilty to a public indecency charge from an incident that occurred at the same location in March 2020. Following contact, the 65-year-old Vancouver, Washington, man was cited for probation violation and formally trespassed from the area.

Friday, April 1

Troopers responded to a report of an abandoned vehicle in a ravine off Cornelius Pass Road near milepost 2.5 in Multnomah County. It was determined the vehicle had been stolen in 2017. Crime scene tape was put around the area until the vehicle can be removed from the remote location.

Troopers assisted the Scappoose Police Department with an unwanted subject at Longfellows Inn, 52535 Columbia River Hwy., Scappoose. A 59-year-old Scappoose man was contacted and escorted out of the bar. He was intoxicated and had driven to the location on a suspended license. The man walked to a bar next door and troopers remained with his vehicle until closing, ensuring he did not drive home.

Saturday, April 2

Troopers responded to assist a motorist in getting personal belongings from her crashed vehicle at Grumpy's Towing, 53279 Columbia River Hwy., Scappoose. The woman had been trespassed earlier from the location after causing a disturbance. Upon retrieving some clothing and her wallet from the vehicle, methamphetamine was discovered in the wallet in plain view. The 44-year-old Rainier woman was cited for possession of methamphetamine at the scene.

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