Police Log: Sept. 26-Oct. 30



September 26
At approximately 07:25 a.m., an officer responded to call for criminal mischief.

At approximately 07:56 a.m., an officer was dispatched to contact a listed subject regarding a theft of a firearm from his listed vehicle. No suspect info. Victim has not provided needed firearm information in this case. Clear inactive. 

At approximately 7:50 a.m., An involved juvenile was reported as missing. Last seen leaving a friend's house on Villard Ave. at 03 am in Cottage Grove. Surveillance shows the juvenile last wearing an unknown colored hooded sweatshirt. The guardian has previously completed a missing person report through LCSO Case# 22-05320. It was advised to begin contacting Friend's, Counselors and School Personnel of the juvenile at this point. The family believes that she may be with her father who resides in Waldport. A copy of the LEDS Entry from LCSO is attached to this case.

At approximately 8:20 a.m., an officer was dispatched to a location regarding a theft of a bicycle and unlawful entry to a vehicle. No suspect Clear case closed.

Graffiti was reported throughout the morning on Main Street, near Benny Hubbell Parle, at North Regional Park, on the bike path, near Thornton Road and near Woodson Place. 

At approximately 11:06 an officer responded to a deceased subject call reported by South Lane Medics. Medics attempted to revive the deceased elderly male who was found by his brother not breathing in his room.

At approximately 08:43 p.m., an officer arrested a male for an outstanding warrant through the Lane County Circuit Court. They transported the male to the jail and lodged him on the warrant.

September 27
At approximately 1:26am Dispatch received faxed 307. OHS is working with family. No crimes or disclosures at this time. Clear case closed.

At approximately 6:29 p.m., An officer completed a vehicle stop which resulted in a citation in lieu of custody. The driver was a suspended level misdemeanor and I issued him a mandatory court date/time for 11/3/22 at 0900 hours, at the CGPD Court.

At approximately 04:52am ,an officer was dispatched to location for a report of a vehicle vs. pedestrian. Contact the listed person. No viable suspect information. Listed complainant did not wish to pursue charges and did not sustain injury. Case taken as info only.

At approximately 05:26 a.m., an officer responded to a call for a disorderly female. 

At approximately 9:30 a.m., allegations of a sex crime involving the sending of intimate photos without the persons consent. Victim was contacted and a statement was obtained. The case is ongoing. 

At approximately 10:12 a.m., dispatch received 307. Report was closed at screening. Allegations of concern do not indicate a need for a criminal investigation or Law Enforcement contact. Incident appears to have happened outside of City. Clear case closed.

At approximately 10:44 a.m., an officer was dispatched to a location regarding garbage being left at the business' dumpster. Complainant wanted the incident documented and requested extra patrol given it becoming a routine issue. No suspect information or surveillance available. Case taken as information only. Clear case closed.

At approximately 11:45 a.m., the Cottage Grove Police Dispatch advised of a OHS form 307 that had been faxed over to cross reference information regarding child abuse. After reviewing the report I followed up with the assigned OHS case worker Jordan Meyer, to determine if he had begun any investigation process regarding allegations of abuse. The report indicated a 24 HR response. I then coordinated with Jordan an in person meeting at the child's School to make initial contact with the reported victim.

At approximately 5:14 p.m., an officer responded and took a report of Unlawful Entry to a Motor Vehicle with no forced entry at the involved residence. It was reported by the owner that at approximately 7:30 A.M. This morning it was determined that someone had stolen medication from inside of the involved parked car overnight. The vehicle was last parked at 7 P.M. the night before and left unlocked in the driveway. The reported medications were listed to be 30 pills of each medication. Adderall, Wellbutrin and Omeprazole. The medications were left in the center console and just purchased the day before from McCoys Pharmacy. With no surveillance on the property or in the vicinity and no suspect information this case is to be closed at this time.

At approximately 4:21 p.m., the listed contact had a motorhome bearing one (1) of two (2) license plates (#HC29660 OR) listed as stolen out of Lane County Sheriff's Office. The license plate had a registration sticker from 2014 and the listed contact had just come into possession of the vehicle. I was unable to identify a suspect in the original license plate theft. I seized the license plate I found and lodged it with this case.

At approximately 10:43 p.m. Officers responded to the parking lot of Safeway for a report of a non-injury motor vehicle crash. Officers arrived at that location and assisted both drivers with the exchange of information as required by law. No citations were issued. 

September 28
At approximately 1:30 a.m., the listed victim reported that an unknown suspect wearing dark clothing stole a blue Quest bicycle valued at $13.00. The victim said that he did not want criminal charges but just wanted his bicycle back. I attempted to locate the suspect or bicycle in the area but I was unable to find them.

At approximately 01:04 a.m., an officer responded for a welfare check.

At approximately 11:53 a.m., an involved juvenile was cited UTC #47655 for O.R.S. 475C.317 MIP Marijuana after being found with a half used MJ Joint on the bus at Lincoln Middle School. After speaking with the guardian about the substance it was determined that the marijuana joint belonged to the mentioned guardian. The process of Peer Court was explained to both the child and mother who both received counseling about drug use on my behalf. The Marijuana Joint was returned to the guardian after it was photographed, in which a digital copy was attached to this case.

At approximately 2:28 p.m. hours arrested a male for trespassing at 1000 East Main Street, Trail Head Park, located in Cottage Grove.

At approximately 6:30 p.m., an officer responded to a UEMV that had occurred the prior night. Multiple high value items were taken. 

At 4:06 p.m., an officer was on duty within the City of Cottage Grove, in the county of Lane, in the state of Oregon, in a marked police vehicle, in full uniform, and displaying a badge. I responded to a motor vehicle crash involving (3) vehicles. During the investigation, I cited a driver for Failing to Obey a Traffic Control Device and Driving Uninsured. 

At 5:17 p.m., I excluded a male from all City of Cottage Grove Parks for offensive littering and having an open fire burn barrel.

September 29
At approximately 2:24 a.m., Police responded to a medical emergency. Male was transported to the hospital.

At approximately 02:55 a.m., an officer responded to a call for a trespass.

At 4:01 a.m., criminal mischief at the Post Office. One broken window at location. No surveillance. No suspects. No other damage or loss reported. Clear pending further follow up.

On the listed date and time I performed a VIN inspection on listed vehicle for listed person. A case was taken for reference in that process. Clear case closed.

At 11:58 a.m.,a citizen dropped off a found dog.

At 04:20 a.m., I trespassed a male from Safeway, 1500 E Main St.

At approximately 07:08am hours I responded for an unlawful entry into a motor vehicle.

At 09:30 a.m., an officer excluded an individual from all Cottage Grove Parks.

At 9:14 a.m., on the above date and time the Cottage Grove Police responded to the listed residential home location in regards to a complaint of found drug paraphernalia which can be described as four small marijuana cigarettes. The paraphernalia was located by the homeowner in the backyard of his home and did not belong to him. The homeowner was further concerned as his dog had partially consumed one of the marijuana cigarettes and was partially intoxicated under the substance. Allegations towards a nearby neighbor who shares the involved backyard fence line were made, but could not be substantiated at the present time. The drug contraband was seized and later lodged for destruction under this case. Case closed and for information only. 

At 10:10 a.m., on the above date and time the listed vehicle in this case was tagged by the assigned case officer as an abandoned vehicle at the request of the listed reporting party who advised the vehicle has been parked in the same location for weeks. The involved case officer will return for follow up after the 72 hour time allowance of this case in order to determine if the vehicle has been moved. Case closed. Case officer will conduct a 72 hour follow up to determine if the vehicle has been moved.

At 2:34 p.m., on the above date and time the listed vehicle in this case was tagged by the assigned case officer as an abandoned vehicle at the request of the listed reporting party who advised the vehicle has been parked in the same location for weeks again. The involved case officer will return for follow up after the 72 hour time allowance of this case in order to determine if the vehicle has been moved. Case closed. Case officer will conduct a 72 hour follow up to determine if the vehicle has been moved.

At 7:02 p.m., an officer responded to a theft on Quincy Ave. RP advised he had tools stolen out of his house and garage.

October 01

At 01:11 a.m., an officer responded to a welfare check at 300 Gateway Blvd. Subject 1 was detained for a detox and subsequently given a ride home to Crest View Apartments.

At 03 a.m., an officer responded to a call at Jasper's Deli 166 Gateway Blvd. and trespassed a female from the location.

At 04:50 a.m., an officer responded to an active disturbance involving a male and a female.

At 07:04 a.m., an officer placed a female on a mental hold due to her being a danger to herself.

At 11:19 a.m., on the above date and time the listed reporting party wished to report that her deceased parents vehicle, which is listed in this case, had been vandalized by an unknown suspect in the last few days prior to reporting. The involved vehicle's passenger side rear window had been broken out by an unknown object. No estimate was available at the time the case was taken. No residential security camera footage was available in the surrounding neighborhood area and no time frame was known to further possible suspect identification. An area canvas was conducted by the assigned case officer of the surrounding area which was concluded with negative results. This case was taken as information currently with no suspect information or further evidentiary leads to pursue. Case closed and for information only at this time.

At 12:01 p.m., on the above date and time the listed reporting party contacted the Cottage Grove Police at the front counter and requested that her neighbor be trespassed from her property. The request was due to the reporting party reviewing her home security video footage and observing her neighbor traversing onto her property, and then depositing cat vomit with his shovel on her front porch area. The neighbor was contacted and he was advised trespass from the reporting party address. The neighbor also requested that the reporting party be trespassed from his property, and to keep her cats off of his property if possible. Both parties were advised trespass and this case was taken as information only. Case closed and for trespass advisement information only.

At 11:37 a.m., an officer responded to an abandoned vehicle. I had the vehicle towed.

At 6:01 p.m., I responded by phone due to a report of a hit and run which occurred earlier in the day.

At approximately 10:41 p.m., an officer responded to a disturbance and transported a female to CG ER.

October 02
At 07:21 a.m., an officer initiated a traffic stop on the involved subject. The subject stated that he was from Gresh a.m., Oregon and presented confused and disoriented. I subsequently submitted the involved for a re-test driving exam and gave him a ride to the police department to wait for relatives.

At 09:57 a.m., an officer responded to a residence for a burglary call for service.

At 10:15 a.m., there was a report of theft from a vehicle. No suspects. No surveillance. Clear case closed.

At 4:40 p.m., an officer responded to a call for a citizen's assistance with a dementia patient.

At 7:30 p.m., there was a call about a broken window to the listed vehicle at the listed location. No applicable surveillance at either nearby business. No suspect information. Clear case closed.

At 10:57 p.m., an officer initiated a vehicle stop. During the stop they could smell a strong odor of Marijuana coming from the vehicle. The passenger(2), who was 18 years old, admitted to smoking and possessing Marijuana. Subsequently I seized Marijuana from the passenger and lodged it for destruction. No enforcement action was taken for MIP­ Marijuana. 

October 4
At approximately 10:53am, an officer was issued an OHS 307 by Police Dispatch for review. After evaluation of the DHS report, they did not observe any need for Law Enforcement action at this time. OHS case has been closed at screening, and has not been assigned to a caseworker. No further action taken.

At 12:05pm, a person came to the Cottage Grove PD to report fraud concerning theft of funds and her bank account by a listed suspect. Crime(s) are occurring in Eugene. Case taken as initial point of contact. The involved Bank and Eugene Police will be involved and leading the investigation going forward. Clear by arrest.

At 12:45pm, An officer arrived at the southern, 400 block 2nd St. on a follow-up from the day before, 10/3/2022. The license plate was again run, and returned results of no wants with expired registration. On 10/3/2022 an officer made contact with the owner of the vehicle who informed them that the vehicle had been parked in the location reported in excess of 72 hours, and agreed to move the vehicle on that day. In response, an officer cleared the call and allowed time for this action to take place. Upon follow-up, the vehicle had not been moved, and was tagged for tow on 10/7/2022 at 12:45. Forward back to officer for follow-up.

At 3:26pm, a subject was arrested and transported to Lane County Jail without incident on outstanding EPD Warrant #2203787 for FTA/Discon II. Contact was initiated regarding littering at the Cottage Grove Skate Park where the subject was counseled on Offensive Littering. Identification was confirmed verbally by name, D.O.B., and S.S. number and verified via a Dispatch LEDS Inquiry. Four bags of personal belongings were lodged for safe keeping at the Cottage Grove Wet Evidence Lockers.

At 4:51pm, a complainant reported that her mortgage company was breached by online hackers and customer information was compromised. No loss or crime has otherwise occurred to the listed complainant at this time. Case taken as information only. Clear case closed.

At approximately 6:15pm, a male advised a package was stolen from the front porch of his residence.

At approximately 6:51pm, there was a three vehicle crash resulting from an illegal U-turn.

October 5
At approximately 10:41am, an officer responded to assist South Lane County Fire.

At 3:09pm, The Cottage Grove Police Dispatch advised of a OHS form 307 that had been faxed over to cross reference information. The report has not been assigned and does not include any allegations of abuse, nor does it meet criteria for medical neglect. In the event that inquiries by D.H.S. necessitate police involvement, further investigation will be conducted at that time. 

At 5:58pm, the Cottage Grove Police received a complaint of telephonic harassment from the listed reporting party in this case. At the request of the reporting party, the listed suspect in this case was contacted by the assigned case officer and advised to cease all communication with the reporting party from this date forward. This case was taken to document the police officer's advice.

At approximately 8:52pm a Specialized Rockhopper bike was found.

October 6
At approximately 12:28am, three individuals were contacted around a motorhome.

At approximately 1:04am, police responded to reports of shoving between family members.

At approximately 09:22, an officer contacted and arrested a male for criminal trespass. 

At 11:25am, an officer excluded an individual from all parks in Cottage Grove.

At 11:09am, theft was reported from a tent that was left unattended and left overnight at Trail Head Park. Items such as blankets, clothing and personal belongings are reported as missing. Case closed with no suspect information.

At 12:00pm, a cell phone was recovered.

At approximately 09:22am an officer received found property from a civilian located in a park.

At 3:11pm, the Cottage Grove police were contacted by the listed victim in this case who wished to report that his vehicle had been vandalized on tuesday October 4th 2022. The damage can be described as glass breakage to the rear passenger side window that appeared to be struck by a blunt object. No damage estimate is currently available at this time. No suspect information or further evidentiary leads are available to pursue in the area listed in this case in which the incident occurred. Case taken for victim insurance reporting purposes. Case closed and for information only.

At approximately 6:15 pm, a female reported being hit by a neighbor.

At approximately 7:17pm, an OHS 307 was reported. 

At approximately 7:28pm, CGPD assisted South Lane Fire and Rescue with a MVC between a car and bike in Grocery Outlet Parking Lot. 

At approximately 8:14pm, a male caused a small fire in the NE corner of Walgreens parking lot.

October 7
At 03:34am, an officer responded to 1515 Village Drive (Cottage Grove Hospital) for a welfare check. The reporting party was found to have an active warrant out of Linn County and was cited in lieu of custody for the warrant.

At 06:25am, an officer responded to 1220 Highway 99 (Shell Gas station) for a welfare check. Subsequently, the involved subject was given a courtesy ride to Eugene Mission per her request. The involved subject was trespassed from 1220 Highway 99 indefinitely. 

At 07:34am, an officer issued a trespass.

At 09:30am, an officer issued a citation in lieu of custody for Criminal Trespass I. 

At 11:53, an officer marked a car as abandoned and needed to be moved within 72 hours.

At 3:00pm, although it was received at the above date and time, officers were unable to respond to this report until 5:00pm, due to call volume. The involved report lacked the information necessary to immediately respond and was thus reserved for day shift so that officers could contact an involved OHS caseworker and assist or determine if a crime was committed.

At 9:29pm, the responsible party unintentionally drove the involved vehicle into a power pole, gas pump house, and street sign causing an unknown amount of damage. The responsible party remained on scene, provided insurance information, and declined medical assistance. Taylor's Towing took custody of the involved vehicle due to the extent of the damage. An officer was unable to establish probable cause to believe a crime was committed. The responsible party said only that the crash was "sudden" and nothing further was known. No witnesses were on scene. An officer contacted EPUD, Northwest Natural Gas, South Lane Fire and Rescue, and Public Works in regards to the incident. Another officer took photographs.

At 8:57pm, an officer received a DHS307 regarding allegations of child abuse. These allegations were unfounded.

October 8
At 08:15am, an officer arrested a male for Criminal Trespass I. 

At 9:35am, an officer was dispatched to a location for a possible disturbance. Contacted parties involved. No disturbance had occurred. No allegations were disclosed. No prosecution was desired. No crime had been committed. Subject #3 was having possible medical/mental issues that are historical and ongoing. Incident was resolved and not a police matter. Case taken as info only. Clear case closed.

At 2:35pm, a subject was in custody at the Cottage Grove Municipal Court as a Court Commit and had an active warrant out of Douglas County. The warrant (WNO 21-V-3670) was confirmed and cleared with a citation for a new Court date of 11/2/22 at 2:00 PM in the Canyonville Justice Court (citation #46442). Clear by arrest.

At 4:27pm, an officer responded to Kwik Pik Market #2 (925 E Gibbs Ave) for a small Motor Vehicle Accident.

At 11:02pm, an officer arrested a Fugitive From Justice for a warrant out of Missouri.

October 9
At 03:24am, an officer responded to American Market (911 E MAIN) for a report of a man bleeding from his head and acting confused.

At 10:50am an officer cited and released a male for trespassing at 1000 East Main Street, Trailhead Park, Cottage Grove, Oregon.

At 2:14 pm, an officer found property at a listed location. Listed bike lodged for safekeeping. Cleared, case closed.

October 16
At approx. 4:37 a.m. an officer responded to a disturbance in progress.

At approx. 8:08 p.m., a juvenile was entered as missing, and later located.

At approx. 8:50 p.m., an officer responded to a death investigation.

October 17
At 10:07 a.m., two dogs were lodged after being found to be at large and having killed three chickens on a neighboring property.

October 18
At approx. 10:07 a.m., an officer contacted and tagged 7 abandoned vehicles, illegally parked on city property. 

At approx. 10:50 a.m., an officer seized a license plate from a motorhome.

At 1:49 p.m., an officer responded to a two car crash resulting in minor injury with both parties declining medics.

At approx. 1:19 a.m., an officer responded to Bohemia Park for a report of juveniles smoking.

At 12:50 p.m., an attempted fraud was conducted against Wal-Mart.

At 3:22 p.m., an involved victim reported theft of a package from USPS. Stating that his package was picked up at the post office by someone else other than him and a clerk mistakenly gave his package to another person. It was stated that the Postal Service Police were investigating the incident as the victim has already been in contact and working with the Postmaster on this incident. RP wanted to inform the Police as well just to share the information. Details of the missing property were added to this case with an approximate value. Case taken for information. Forward case information to the U.S. Postal Inspection Service.

At 5:20 p.m., a runaway juvenile was reported.

At 5:35 p.m., officers contacted a person for a report of a stalking order violation. After reviewing the information, it was determined that no crime had been committed.

October 19
At approx. 8:30 a.m., an officer responded to a disturbance.

At approx. 11:15 a.m. an officer located a missing juvenile.

At approx. 12:41, an officer issued a juvenile a citation for possession of marijuana.

At 5:59 p.m., a pocketknife was found near the river at E Harrison Ave & S River Rd and was turned into the Police Department.

At 6:08 p.m., the Cottage Grove Police received and emailed an OHS 307 child welfare report involving the listed subjects in this case. After assigned case officer review of the OHS report contents, the report does not meet the criteria for a criminal investigation at this time. Case closed and for information only with no criminal investigation needed.

October 20
At 1:13 a.m., an officer responded to the 2000 block of S 8th Street per the request of Douglas County Sheriff's Office to assist in gathering information. While on scene the responding officer contacted a wanted subject out of Baker County, Oregon.

At 5 a.m., an officer received a 307/DHS report.

At 5:38 a.m., an officer applied an orange notice of tow sticker to an abandoned trailer.

At 2:13 p.m., a listed victim in this case contacted the Cottage Grove Police and wished to report that the suspect listed in this case was mailing the victims daughter toys in mail parcels that are delivered to the victims address. This action is a violation of an active restraining order issued by the Lane County Circuit Court in which the suspect in this case is the respondent. The suspect resides in the Roseburg Oregon area and additional follow up investigation will occur at a later date to interview the suspect.

At 4:41 p.m., the listed property was turned into Library staff by an unknown person. Property lodged into evidence for safekeeping. Clear case closed.

At 6:52 p.m., an officer investigated a OHS 307. The report was closed at screening with little to no information and only one name attached. The name of the juvenile of the alleged concern was not added to the report.

October 21
At 2:30 a.m., an officer received a DHS307 report pertaining to alleged neglect to a child.

At 3:45 p.m., the listed victim reported her vehicle having been struck from behind as she came to a stop by a "white Honda with a black hood". Listed victim had been traveling eastbound at time of incident and was slowing to a stop prior to impact. Suspect did not follow the victim into a nearby parking lot to exchange info and left the area with unknown direction of travel. There was white paint transfer on the victim vehicle's bumper but no other observed damage from this incident. Victim did not see the driver of the suspect vehicle nor was she able to get a license plate. No witnesses reported or came forth in this matter. Listed juveniles were in the vehicle but all parties were uninjured. Photos were lodged onto the media section of this report. Clear case closed.

At 7:09 p.m., an officer responded to a motor vehicle accident at 600 block of South 5th Street.

October 22
At 1:23 a.m., while on patrol, an officer located a wanted subject out of Florence. The subject was ultimately cited in lieu of custody.

October 23
At 1:15 a.m., an officer located an abandoned vehicle parked at North Regional Park .The vehicle was tagged with a 72 hour notice.

At 2:15 p.m., Citizen assist. Info exchange. Person #2 opened his door on person #1's listed vehicle causing a small scuff in the passenger side door's paint. Incident occurred at listed location. The officer completed a short form for information exchange and a copy was given to each party without incident. No crime. Clear case closed.

October 24
At approx. 11:30 a.m., an officer responded to a call for a possible assault that occurred on 10/19/2022.

At approx. 12:09 p.m., an officer responded to a report of criminal mischief by means of a broken window on two separate vehicles at the involved address, parked in the driveway. The owner stated the damage was believed to have occurred overnight, as it was just now noticed and the damage not their day before. No surveillance was found to be at the residence or in the neighborhood, nor were there any suspect clues or items left behind. The officer gave my contact info to the victim and counseled with them on home security measures before clearing. Scene photos attached to the F-Drive. Case closed.

At 3:51 p.m., a non-injury motor vehicle accident occurred on the westbound lane of the Row River Connector Bridge between both drivers and their respective vehicles listed above in this case. Case closed as a citizen assist insurance information exchange with no traffic citation issued to driver #1.

At 3:25 p.m., an officer responded to Highway 99 and Geer Ave. to a non-injury 3-car crash. This was a low speed collision resulting in one car being towed. It was evident that the operator of the 2006 Honda Ridgeline was at fault and turned east directly into the side of the 2012 Honda Civic involved. This collision then caused both vehicles to crash into the 2021 Ford Pickup sitting stationary at the stop sign on Geer Ave. With all parties being cleared by medics The officer assisted in exchanging information between drivers and then cleared the scene. All involved drivers received a copy of the OMV Crash Report.

At 6:07 p.m., an officer responded to 1140 Hwy 99 N. (Szechuan Chinese Restaurant) due to a report of criminal mischief.

At 7:39 p.m., an officer responded to a non-injury motor vehicle crash at the request of the involved to assist in an information exchange.

At 8:27 p.m., an officer responded to 400 E. Main St. (Cottage Grove Police Department) due to a report of a denied firearm transfer attempt.

October 25
At approx. 7:39 a.m., an officer responded to assist South Lane County Fire and Rescue.

At approx. 10:46 a.m., an officer took a report of an abandoned vehicle. 

At 2:52 p.m., the reporting party in this case came to the Cottage Grove Police Department to surrender a found multimedia tablet that she had found in the above listed area. The tablet was cleared by serial number before being lodged as found property into the CGPD temporary evidence locker. The tablet can be described as a Maxwest Brand Nitro model with a black protective rubberized protective half case attached to it with a cracked screen. Case closed property lodged for safekeeping should an owner be identified.

At 2:33 p.m., the listed vehicle in this case was marked and tagged by the case officer at the request of the listed reporting party who advised the vehicle had been parked in the location and had been previously tagged as abandoned numerous times. A records search could not confirm that statement in locating any recent abandoned vehicle history involving the vehicle plate that was located on the rear of the involved RV. Case closed. Assigned Case Officer to follow up after the allotted 72 hours to determine if the involved vehicle has been moved.

At 4:47 p.m., an officer responded to Safeway for the report of a suspected shoplifter with the suspects leaving in the vehicle involved. Upon review of the surveillance cameras, it was found that at approx. 4:37 p.m. two involved juveniles were digitally recorded leaving the store without paying with one of them carrying beer, and seen getting into the involved vehicle and fleeing the scene. The store management identified the beer as being a 12 pack of Twisted Tea valued at $23.19. The names involved have been disseminated to patrol with the information to cite and release the juveniles into peer court for Theft Ill and MIP Alcohol.

At 7:05 p.m., an officer responded to the listed address due to a tenant/ landlord dispute. The reporting party (landlord) was not present. The tenant told me that the landlord has changed the locks, reported her as burglarizing the residence, and has reported her listed vehicle as abandoned. The landlord is doing so in order to avoid filing an eviction notice. The reporting party told dispatch this call was a burglary and also reported changing the locks. The officer was able to confirm the reporting party also called in the involved vehicle as abandoned. This case was taken to document the complaint in case the behavior continues or escalates.

At 9:21 p.m., the listed owner in this case provided proof of ownership of the dog involved in this case. The mentioned party agreed to care for the dog until the rightful owner had healed from surgery. The listed owner learned her dog was now being kept by the listed contacted party in this case and the owner wished to have her dog returned to her. The contacted party stated that the involved dog named Nova had been given to her by the listed mentioned party approx. six months ago, but she was fully aware that the dog belonged to the listed owner in this case after being interviewed by the case officer. The contacted party surrendered the dog to the case officer and was advised of possible charges of Theft in the First Degree regarding the situation if the owner wished to pursue it. The dog was transported by the case officer to the rightful owner and this case was taken to reflect the transport and exchange of the animal. Case closed and for information only with no charges pursued.

October 26
At 11:11 a.m., an officer conducted follow-up on a warrant arrest that led to additional arrest charges.

At 1:37 p.m., graffiti on the garbage receptacles on the trail by Public Works. Graffiti on a structure at Bohemia Park, graffiti at Chambers Covered Bridge, and graffiti at the Swinging Bridge, graffiti on The Grove Tavern building, graffiti behind 303 E. Main Street, Graffiti in the South alley of the 500 block of East Main Street and the South alley block of 6th and Main Street. 

At 2:4 p.m., graffiti on a dumpster at the East end of the South alley on the 800 block of East Main Street was reported, and graffiti on the East wall of Schweitzer's Work & Western Wear.

At 3:11 p.m., The Cottage Grove Police Dispatch advised of a OHS form 307 that had been faxed over to cross reference information. The officer contacted the assigned case worker who requested Police conduct a welfare check on the involved child due to Mental Health concerns by school staff. The officer attempted to contact the involved and determined that they no longer reside at the listed address. The officer forwarded the information to the Case Worker and determined the new address was outside city limits and this case would need forwarded to the Lane County Sheriff Office for assignment. Forward Case to the Lane County Sheriff Office.

At 9:25 p.m. the listed reported party wished to surrender what he perceived to be a real handgun firearm which was found in the purchase of a storage unit. The handgun was examined by the case officer and cleared and found to be a replica. The reporting party did not want the replica handgun and it was seized for destruction with no serial number found. Case closed property seized for destruction at a later date.

October 27
At approx. 12:30 p.m., a vehicle was damaged at an unknown date and time. No suspect. 

At 5:06 p.m., there was hit and run property damage to the listed vehicle. No suspects. No surveillance. Clear case closed.

October 28
At approx. 10 a.m., an OHS 307 was submitted to CGPD.

October 29
At approx. 11:30 a.m., there were reports of a male harassing females at a coffee shop via phone.

A7:57 p.m., a black machete was found on East Main St. and provided to the Cottage Grove Police Department for safekeeping where officers then secured it into an evidence locker.

October 30
At 08:43 a.m., an officer responded to the 1500 E block of Chamberlain Ave for a report of a theft of Halloween decorations.

At approx. 11:32 a.m., Cottage Grove Inn wished to trespass a female.

At 12:40 p.m., officers responded to the 100 block of N. Gateway Blvd for a report of a vehicle getting broken into. The reporting person advised approx. $50 worth of items were taken from inside the vehicle. No suspects were identified.

 

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