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A6 Weekend of January 11-12, 2020
The Dalles Chronicle
FOR THE RECORD
EDITOR’S NOTE: All indi-
viduals arrested are presumed
innocent until proven guilty.
The Dalles City
Jan. 6, 1:18 p.m. - Two vehicle
crash, 100 block of West 3rd
Street. A report was taken.
Jan. 6, 3:31 p.m. - Two vehicle
crash, East 11th and Kelly
streets. A report was taken.
Jan. 8, 3:11 p.m. - Two vehi-
cle, non-injury crash, 2500 block
of West 10th Street. A report was
Jan. 8, 6:21 p.m. - Single vehi-
cle crash, Mosier area. Driver had
rolled the vehicle over. A report
Fire & Rescue
Jan. 7, 2:16 p.m. - Crew
responded to the 2500 block
of West 8th Street on a smoke
Jan. 8, 5:45 p.m. - Crew
responded to the 4500 block of
Old Dufur Road on a report of a
Jan. 8, 7:09 p.m. - Crew
group of juveniles in the 500
block of Lone Pine Drive who
were drinking in a vehicle. All
four were cited for minors in
possession of alcohol. One of the
female juveniles was listed as a
runaway from Portland. A report
A theft report was taken
Jan. 7 from the 1900 block of
Garrison Street after a caller
The Dalles City
reported his vehicle was broken
A theft report was taken Jan. 6
into and had some items stolen.
from the 100 block of East 14th
Items were located later in the
Street after a victim reported his
day in the 2100 block of Mt.
vehicle was broken into and had
some items stolen.
A theft report was taken Jan. 7
Matthew Joseph Cobos, 42,
from the 1300 block of East 16th
The Dalles, was arrested Jan. 6
Street after a caller reported his
in the 300 block of Court Street
vehicle was entered and had his
and is accused of driving while
A death report was taken Jan.
Police responded to the 900
7 from the 300 block of West
block of West 11th Street Jan. 6
after a caller reported a female
Matthew Stephen Phillips, 27,
subject took a large amount of
The Dalles, was arrested Jan. 7
pills intentionally. A report was
in the 2600 block of West 6th
Street and is accused of three
Police responded to the mari-
counts of parole violation.
na Jan. 6 after a victim reported
Police responded to the 500
his vehicle had been broken into.
block of East 12th Street Jan.
Police responded to the 2500
7 after a caller reported some
block of West 2nd Street Jan. 6
property was left in his vehicle
on a report of a trespassing sub-
and that some items that were
ject. Two subjects were attempt-
his were also stolen. A report was
ing to stay on a property they had
been previously trespassed from.
Stephen Randall Shockey, 28,
A report was taken.
The Dalles, was arrested Jan. 7 in
Police made contact with a
responded to the 400 block of
Mt. Hood Street on a hazardous
The agency also responded to
six calls for emergency medical
services on Jan. 6, six on Jan. 7,
and five on Jan. 8.
the 300 block of West 3rd Street
and is accused of second-degree
theft, second-degree disorderly
conduct, and third-degree crimi-
A runaway report was taken
Jan. 7 from the 2700 block of
West 6th Street. The mother
called later in the evening
to advise the subject had
Ricky Contreras, 27, The
Dalles, was arrested Jan. 7 in the
3800 block of West 6th Street
and is accused of menacing,
third-degree sexual abuse, and
providing false information to a
police officer. He was also arrest-
ed on an out-of-state warrant.
A theft report was taken Jan
.8 from the 1200 block of West
10th Street after staff reported
a resident had some jewelery
Summer Ann Heebink, 39, The
Dalles, was arrested Jan. 8 near
West 4th and Lincoln streets on
a local warrant for two counts of
A hit and run report was taken
Jan. 6 from the 3600 block of
West 13th Street.
Deputy responded to Taylor
Lake Jan. 7 after a caller
observed two young juveniles
dumping water out of bottles.
Subjects were gone prior to
A hazard vehicle report was
taken Jan. 8 from Sevenmile
High Road after a caller reported
a vehicle had been left on the
side of the road for several days.
The vehicle was impounded.
Deputy responded to Tygh
Valley Jan. 8 after a caller was
calling regarding a medical
situation. Patient did not want
medical attention and was
agitated deputies came onto
property. Deputies left the scene
to avoid escalation. A report was
Oregon State Police
Leonid P. Krivolenkov, 41,
Vancouver, Wash., was arrest-
ed Jan. 6 during a traffic stop
on Interstate 84 westbound,
milepost 69, and is accused of
failure to present and carry an
operator’s license and interfer-
ence with a police officer.
A male subject was cited and
released for probation violation
Jan. 6 during a traffic stop on
Interstate 84 eastbound, mile-
post 71. A report was taken.
Mark Locicero, 55, Wasco, was
arrested Jan. 7 and is accused
of second-degree theft by
Taylor Marie Rea, 24,
Boardman, was arrested Jan. 8
during a traffic stop on Highway
19 near milepost 2 and is ac-
cused of unlawful possession of
Kathleen Kay Smith
Macomber, 52, Pendleton, was
jailed Jan. 6 on a Sherman
County court commitment for
driving while suspended.
Alejandro Molina Quinonez,
44, Toppenish, Wash., was jailed
Jan. 6 on a Sherman County
court commitment for commer-
cial sexual solicitation.
Dillion Shane Simmons, 27,
Wasco, was jailed Jan. 6 on a
Sherman County court commit-
ment for probation violation.
Lorenzo Kelly Kimball, 63, The
Dalles, was jailed Jan. 8 after
turning himself in on two local
warrants for second-degree
failure to appear.
Daniel Lee Blew, 28,
Damascus, was transported and
jailed Jan. 8 after being arrested
on a local warrant for second-de-
gree failure to appear.
Kevin Christopher Kaseburg,
59, Wasco, was jailed Jan. 8 on a
Sherman County court com-
mitment for driving under the
influence of intoxicants.
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON
ings in the Estate
of Marlee S. Bak-
er, Deceased, are
now pending in the
above entitled comi
wherein Ryan Cln·is-
topher Kaname has
been appointed and
has qualified as the
tative of said estate.
All persons having
claims against said
estate hereby are
required to present
them, with vouchers
verified within four
months after the
date of the first pub-
lication of this notice
to the personal rep-
rights may be af-
fected by the pro-
bate of the estate
infmmation from the
records of the court,
the personal rep-
address is 619 8th
resentative at the
in this notice for
the presentation of
claims or they may
be bmTed: clo Jason
Corey, Dick, Dick
& Corey, LLP, 601
W a s h i n g t o n , Th e
Dalles, OR 97058.
All persons whose
WA 98033, or the
attorney for the per-
tive, whose address
is 601 Washington
St, The Dalles, OR
/s/ Ryan Cln·isto-
Dated and first pub-
lished Januar y 4,
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