Cottage Grove sentinel. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1909-current, May 08, 2019, Page 2A, Image 2

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    2A | WEDNESDAY, MAY 8, 2019 | COTTAGE GROVE SENTINEL
On The Record
Cottage Grove Reservoir
opening to be delayed
The U.S. Army Corps
of Engineers will delay the
opening of Cottage Grove
Reservoir day-use parks
by about a week as workers
continue to clear storm de-
bris.
The Corps plans to
open the day-use parks at
Cottage Grove for week-
end-only use starting May
18. However, those sites
will be closed during week
days as maintenance crews
continue clean-up efforts.
In past years, Corps-man-
aged day-use parks gener-
ally open the second week-
end in May, but during a
late-February snow storm,
hundreds of trees were
damaged within the parks
at Cottage Grove Reservoir
and Dorena Reservoir.
As each park is complete-
ly cleaned up, the weekday
restrictions will be lifted for
that park.
Fifteen camp sites at
Schwarz Campground, lo-
cated at Dorena Reservoir,
will remain closed until
June 30 to continue debris
clean-up efforts.
Corps
maintenance
crews have been working
diligently since February
to clear the debris hazards
in the parks and camp-
grounds to lessen impacts
for upcoming camping res-
ervations.
Once the campgrounds
are open, the teams will
shift their full attention to
the day-use parks.
For more information,
contact the Willamette
Valley park ranger office at
541-942-5631.
April 29
• A complainant called
police advising that a sub-
ject was yelling across the
fence at him, knowing that
the complainant could not
yell back due to a current re-
straining order. The parties
were separated.
• A male subject with
shaggy hair was reported
throwing knives in a grassy
area between Pink House
and Safeway, but was unable
to be located by officers.
Street was impounded.
• An officer was flagged
down on Taylor Street by a
complainant who said peo-
ple were stealing bark. It was
determined the people were
actually weeding the loca-
tion.
• Police presence was
requested at Al Kennedy
High School to “prevent a
riot from occurring” after a
student was suspended for
having Nazi paraphernalia
and other students became
upset.
a man and his daughter at
Eighth Street and Arthur
Avenue.
• A black female in a red
sweatshirt was arrested on
Eighth Street at 8:04 p.m. for
assaulting a woman’s five-
year-old daughter.
May 1
• A wallet was reported
stolen from a Walmart bath-
room.
May 2
• Reckless driving of a car
doing cookies and racing
up and down River Road
was reported at the Cottage
Grove High School.
April 30
• A suspected $100 coun-
terfeit bill was reported by
the DMV.
• A complainant advised
officers that a dog had been
inside a hot vehicle with no
cracked windows for at least
20 minutes. Officers deter-
mined the dog was okay.
• A small, brown female
Dachshund running around
near a car wash on Main
May 3
• A railroad tie behind
B&A Auto was reported to
be on fire and, though extin-
guished, may have been on
fire again. The responding
officer found no fire, but a
discarded cigarette butt next
to the tie.
• A black female in a red
sweatshirt was reported at
7:22 p.m. to have threatened
May 5
• A subject on a bicycle
was arrested at Eighth Street
and Chadwick Avenue after
fleeing from officers.
Human remains
found near
Cottage Grove
Human remains were
discovered off of a log-
ging road in the Shore-
view area near Cottage
Grove.
Authorities
report
that on April 26, two
mushroom pickers lo-
cated bones on a private
property off Shoreview
Drive.
The bones have been
confirmed by the Lane
County Sheriff ’s Office
to be human and appear
to have been at the loca-
tion for quite some time.
Exactly how long is
not yet known.
The sheriff ’s office
said it would be some
time before the remains
could be identified.
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GRAD NEWS
JABLONSKI—The Cen-
tral Oregon Community
College has announced that
Jenna Jablonski of Cottage
Grove has been included on
its Winter 2019 Dean’s List.
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The Dean’s List recogniz-
es students enrolled in 12
or more graded credits who
receive a term GPA of 3.60
or better.
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