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    EIGHT - Heppner Gazette-Times, Heppner, Oregon Wednesday, January 25, 2017
Sheriff’s Report
January 12, 2017
The Morrow County
Sheriff's Office has in its
physical possession the
unclaimed personal prop-
erty described below. If
you have any ownership
interest in any of that un-
claimed property, you
must file a claim with the
Morrow County Sheriff's
Office within 30 days from
the date of publication of
this notice, or you will lose
your interest in that prop-
Assorted tools
Assorted electronic equip-
Gas cans
CD/DVD holder
Contact the Morrow Coun-
ty Sheriffs Office at (541)
676-5317 to prove owner-
ship and file a claim. In or-
der to file a claim you must
give accurate description
of the property and where
is it was lost or taken from.
Published: January 18 and
25, 2017
Boardman Park & Recre-
ation District will hold its
regular Board Meeting on
Tuesday, January 31, 2017,
at the Park Office: #1 West
Marine Drive, Boardman
at 7:00 pm. Agenda items
include regular business
review and review of the
construction of Boardman
Recreation Center. The
meeting location is acces-
sible to persons with dis-
abilities. A request for an
interpreter for the hearing
impaired or for other ac-
commodations for persons
with disabilities should be
made at least 48 hours be-
fore the meeting to Lynn
Prag, 541-481-7217.
Published: January 25,
-Continued from PAGE FIVE
warrant for Failure to Ap-
pear on Criminal Trespass
-A caller in Boardman
advised there were people
yelling in his front yard.
He advised he could hear
someone yelling, “Let go of
the knife.” BPD and MCSO
November 3: -A sub-
ject in Boardman advised
she was going grocery
shopping and was told to
call the police department
every time they were going
to leave the house for a little
while. A card with the 24-
hour dispatch number was
left on the subject’s door.
-Boardman PD re-
sponded to an intoxicated
subject refusing to leave
Boardman Select Market.
-A Boardman Police
officer issued a warning for
a boat parked in front of a
fire hydrant.
-The front desk clerk
at Rodeway Inn in Board-
man advised a person in
the hotel reported there
was a guy tripping and act-
ing crazy and saying thing
like there was a bomb and
telling them not to go into
their room because there
was someone in there al-
ready. Boardman PD and
Morrow County Sheriff’s
Office responded. The sub-
ject returned to his room
and would be going to bed.
There was no bomb.
-Morrow County pa-
role and probation arrested
Cynthia Ann Brown, 28, on
a sanction.
-MCSO was advised
that a female was staying at
Sub Zero Motel in Irrigon
and when she left she took
the flat screen TV.
November 4: -Emer-
gency dispatch received a
call for a possible ambu-
lance for an infant in Board-
man. Boardman ambulance,
Boardman PD and Morrow
County Sheriff ’s Office
responded and transported
the infant to Good Shepherd
-Boardman ambulance
responded to a call regard-
ing a female in nausea for
a few days—no appetite,
back pain, stomach pain,
legs hurt. Patient was trans-
ported to Good Shepherd
-A caller requested a
log note that someone was
trying to reach him from an
800 number and the mes-
sage said it was Morrow
-A male in Heppner
reported that a female came
to his residence and advised
she had someone trapped in
the attic; a subject report-
edly tried to break in and
was now trapped. A deputy
responded and there was
no one in the attic. The
call was determined to be
-A female in Heppner
advised MCSO that she has
a restraining order, and the
respondent had driven by
her house three times in the
last 10 minutes.
-MCSO received report
of kids trying to break into
a house in Heppner.
-MCSO received report
of a three-year-old walking
around naked by the tennis
courts in Heppner, with his
nine-year-old brother who
was fully clothed. MCSO
responded and walked the
juveniles home.
-Umatilla County ad-
vised they cited and re-
leased Philip Andrew Wil-
liams on an MCSO warrant
for Failure to Appear on
Driving While Suspended,
Disorderly Conduct II and
Criminal Mischief III.
-A female in Irrigon
advised someone may pos-
sibly be shutting off her
power to physically assault
her. She advised she lived in
an add-on to a single-wide
trailer, in a tip out. The
main house lights were on
but the female’s lights were
off. MCSO responded, but
the female did not want
anything done at that time.
November 5: -Heppner
ambulance responded to a
call regarding an elderly
female in the Heppner area
who was throwing up and
crying in pain. The patient
was transported to Pioneer
Memorial Hospital.
-Morrow County Sher-
iff’s Office received a re-
quest for a welfare check
on a female in Irrigon. The
female had advised the
male ripped her hair out.
The caller advised the male
and female had been at Ir-
rigon Shell and left, and the
caller then received a text
that they were fighting.
-MCSO was advised of
a missing rear license plate
in Irrigon. Subjects did not
know how long it had been
-MCSO was advised of
a black pig running around
in the road in Lexington.
The pig was a pet pig named
Puddles; it was returned to
its owners.
November 6: -A per-
son in Heppner advised her
neighbor had a kitchen fire
and now there was smoke
coming from the roof.
Heppner fire and Heppner
ambulance responded and
located a fire in the attic.
-MCSO was advised
that there was a subject at
the Irrigon Shell trying to
light it on fire and they had
a knife. MCSO, Boardman
PD and Irrigon ambulance
responded. Irrigon fire was
cancelled before respond-
-MCSO was advised
that seven drunk people at
Love’s Travel Stop, Board-
man, were throwing up
and possibly drinking and
driving. MCSO and Board-
man PD responded and the
subjects who were asked to
leave, left.
-MCSO received report
of a semi-truck driver out
of his vehicle on I-84 west-
bound, Boardman, standing
on the inside lane facing the
road and urinating. MCSO
responded and was unable
to locate.
-Irrigon ambulance re-
sponded to a call regarding
Bank of Eastern Oregon’s
Saturday, February 4, 2017
Heppner High School
a 30-year-old female who
was conscious and breath-
ing but couldn’t feel her
legs. Irrigon ambulance
transported the patient to
Good Shepherd Hospital;
MCSO responded and took
a report.
-The OHV deputy ad-
vised of a poached cow at
the Morrow County OHV
Park. Oregon State Police
was advised.
November 10: -Mor-
row County Sheriff’s Office
received report of a care
broken into that morning,
unknown if anything was
taken. The caller advised
there were items lying in
the road. She advised the
suspect was no longer on
the scene but she would be
on the scene for contact.
-MCSO received report
of the theft of a kitchen
stove and refrigerator from
a foreclosed property in
-MCSO was advised of
a male subject in Boardman
who was walking toward
the post office, saying he
wanted to jump into traf-
fic. The caller advised they
work in the ER and were
talking to the subject.
-A male requested a
welfare check on his daugh-
ter in Irrigon. He advised
his daughter didn’t go to
school today and he had
contact with her yesterday,
which led him to believe
his daughter may have been
assaulted by her boyfriend
yesterday. His daughter was
17 and the boyfriend 22. He
requested phone contact to
be advised of his options.
-A male in Irrigon ad-
vised he had some cof-
fee cards and older food
(Doritos) taken out of his
car. He advised nothing of
value had been taken and
he did not want contact,
just wanted an extra patrol
in the area.
November 11: -Mor-
row County Sheriff’s Of-
fice and Boardman fire
department responded to a
motor vehicle accident on
Bombing Range Road. The
reporting person advised
the accident was blocking
the road, it was very foggy
out, and the subjects were
out of the vehicle. The
accident was non-injury
and Irrigon ambulance was
cancelled before arriving.
-Emergency dispatch
received a call from a fe-
male who said a tire fell off
the truck and her husband
was having an asthma at-
tack. It was determined
the call was not in Mor-
row County and the call
was transferred to Frontier
-MCSO investigated a
possible abandoned vehicle
in Boardman. There was no
ignition and the window
was open.
-MCSO was advised of
a vehicle repossession in-
side the Heppner city limits.
-MCSO was advised of
a suspicious vehicle in the
pool parking lot in Heppner.
A male and female rifled
through the vehicle and left
on foot. The subjects were
contacted and were advised
to move the vehicle or it
would be tagged for tow.
-MCSO received report
of a suspicious vehicle
near the fire department
in Heppner. A male was
lying across the seat, then
took off walking; he looked
high on something. MCSO
-MCSO received report
of a burglary in Irrigon.
A male advised the house
was still closed up and the
shed door was open. Stuff
in the kitchen was messed
up. $2500 was missing. He
advised he left right before
noon and got home around
4 p.m. the male also advised
he didn’t think anyone was
in the house, he already
checked. MCSO responded.
-A male at the Board-
man Sinclair station ad-
vised that cars were follow-
ing him from California,
unknown who they are. He
advised he was outside in
his car, they are surround-
ing his car.
-Dispatch contacted an
open 911 call that plotted
to Irrigon. A female an-
swered, then dispatch heard
what sounded like females
yelling and screaming in
the background, saying,
“Go ahead and take her.”
The female advised the
mom won’t take her over
to grandma’s house.
November 12: -A fe-
male in Heppner advised
that her daughter came and
took her grandkids from her
house. The female advised
that the daughter is not sup-
posed to have the kids per
DHS. The reporting female
advised she believed her
daughter was high on some-
thing. MCSO responded
and advised the mother of
the situation.
-A male in Irrigon ad-
vised his ex-wife broke
the windows and mirrors
of his and his girlfriend’s
-A male in Irrigon re-
ported that he was trying
to get his wife out of the
house. His wife kept ac-
cusing him of cheating.
The male was on the front
porch, the wife was in the
house. Everyone had been
drinking but there were no
weapons. MCSO responded
and both subjects had made
up. Something will be writ-
ten up for the DA.
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