Police Log 12/28/2021 - 1/3/2022

Dec. 28

• An officer responded to a medical call at 7’s Deli when advised by a patron at the location that her lotto ticket was stolen.

Dec. 29

• Officers responded to a non-injury two car crash at 2500 E Whiteaker Avenue with one vehicle still on scene. An individual explained how a yellow Jeep crashed into the front of his Toyota pickup in a head-on fashion as he was traveling west through the intersection and the Jeep was traveling east. The individual stated that the Jeep driver turned in front of him inappropriately as the Toyota driver had the green light to pass through the intersection westward. The individual stated he was not injured and neither was his passenger. Both individuals declined medics. The Jeep driver shared their phone number and left the scene stating they wanted to take his children to the hospital to be checked and would text the Jeep owner their insurance and driver/vehicle information.

An officer called the number provided and identified the driver of the Jeep. The criver was advised on O.R.S. 811.700 Failure to perform the Duties of a Driver. The Jeep driver immediately sent the correct information and stated that they were aware and concerned about getting their child seen by his doctor. The driver reported no injuries and approximately $600 dollars in damage to the Jeep front bumper. A witness stated was evident the Jeep was at fault and should have yielded before attempting to turn in front of the Toyota, which had a green light and the right of way.

• An officer on patrol took a call for service regarding a Hit and Run on an unoccupied vehicle parked on the 900 block of S R Street. The reporting party advised that his vehicle was hit sometime on Dec. 26. Damage to the vehicle was on the back end, which can be described as a broken rear window and dent to the rear left corner.

• An officer responded to a counter contact regarding a possible fraud. Upon arrival, the officer spoke with an individual who advised that she ordered two cross pendent necklaces from JC Penny online and that when the package arrived, it contained just one necklace. The individual said that when she called JC Penny, they told her that a second package had been delivered. The individual believed this to be an error and showed an e-mail that stated a single package with one tracking number was to be delivered, which she received. The package she received contained just the one necklace. The individual requested a police report so she can receive a refund for the necklace she did not receive.

Dec. 30

• An officer observed a male juvenile walking east near Main and J streets who dropped a cigarette on the ground. The officer made contact with the juvenile and asked if they had any other cigarettes on their person. The juvenile pulled out a pack of cigarettes and handed them to the officer, who seized the cigarettes and threw them away. The juvenile was warned for Minor in Possession and walked home.

• An officer took a theft report for three chainsaws that were stolen from the bed of a pickup truck on the 1800 block of Harvey Road.

• An individual was taken into custody and transported to the Lane County Jail for O.R.S. 163.160 Assault in the Fourth Degree (APA) and O.R.S. 162.315 Resisting Arrest.

Dec. 31

• Officers responded to the area of Row River Road and Row River Connector after CGPD dispatch advised of a 9-1-1 call transferred to medics for a single vehicle crash, down an embankment, with unknown injuries to the single-vehicle occupant. On arrival, the driver had already self-extricated from the vehicle and had no visible injuries. The driver was worried about her lost dog, who ran away from the vehicle after the crash, but which was found shortly thereafter. The individual declined medics and requested her own tow. An officer provided the driver with a courtesy transport to the hospital for an evaluation after she mentioned feeling pain on the left side of her head.

• An officer spoke with an individual who advised his cans had been stolen from the Walmart parking lot.

Jan. 3

• An officer responded to Victory Country Church to meet the responsible party who responded to an alarm activation and found a broken window.


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