Police Log 4/5/2022 - 4/11/2022

April 5

• A Hit and Run was reported at Carl’s Jr. on Gateway Boulevard.

• An individual was trespassed from Dave’s Corner Market on N Ninth Street due to unruly behavior.

April 6

• One individual subjected two others to offensive physical contact on the 1200 block of S Fourth Street.

• An individual on the 1300 block of S Sixth Street was taken to a sobering facility when it was determined by a police officer that he was so intoxicated as to be dangerous to another person.

• A suspect committed Theft in the Second Degree when she stole cash money from two residents at Magnolia Village in the total amount of $207.

April 7

• An individual was arrested on the 200 block of Buttercup Loop for violating his probation terms.

• While investigating littering in Trailhead Park, an officer contacted an individual who Eugene Municipal Court confirmed had two warrants for failure to appear. The individual was arrested and transported to Lane County Jail.

April 8

• Officers made contact with an individual on the 1000 block of Ostrander Lane who said his phone had come up missing at his house. He believed it may have been stolen.

April 10

• An officer arrested an individual on the 1000 block of Hwy 99 who was taken into custody for an outstanding warrant. The warrant was out of Washington County for a Statewide Felony warrant.

April 11

• Officers responded to 5 North I Street for a death investigation. The medical examiner released jurisdiction of the deceased.

• An officer was dispatched to the Chambers Bridge on the 900 block of S River Road for a call for service regarding seized contraband. A Public Works employee had reported locating some type of drug equipment. Upon looking inside a small cloth bag, the officer located some mixture of marijuana and tobacco. The total gross weight of the property was 362.1 Grams. It was lodged for destruction.

• While on duty working in uniformed patrol an officer was dispatched to a call for a house fire on the 700 block of South 14th Street. On arrival at scene, the officer was flagged down by an individual who pointed to the structure on fire. A small shed located next to the residence was observed with smoke coming from it. Another individual had a hose to the structure attempting to put out the fire. A resident stated she was inside her residence when the power went out and she heard a bunch of popping. She stated that when she came outside, an acquaintance told her that the power line fell onto the shed. The fire department arrived on scene minutes later and observed the fire, stating the fire was already contained.


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