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    Heppner Gazette-Times, Heppner, Oregon Wednesday, December 6, 2017
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Sheriff’s Report
The Morrow County Sheriff’s Office has released the following information:
November 20: Morrow
County Sheriff’s Office re-
ceived a report on SE Ninth
St, Irrigon of motion in the
garage.
-MCSO received a ju-
venile complaint at Irrigon
High School on SE Wyo-
ming Ave, Irrigon.
-MCSO received a re-
port at Irrigon Marina on
N First St/NW Washing-
ton Ave, Irrigon that there
are two bunches of leaves
dumped at the location and
he is concerned that people
are using it as a dump area.
-MCSO received a re-
port on SE Division St,
Irrigon regarding someone
who is trespassing on their
property who wasn’t invited
and has been living in his
trailer. RP advised that the
subjects have been there for
a couple days and he has
been telling them they need
to leave.
-MCSO received a re-
port on Tews Ln, Ione that
there is a vehicle on the
property. RP checked the
property and nothing was
disturbed, but would like
the subject trespassed.
-MCSO received a re-
port at Pioneer Ln/Moun-
tain View Dr, Boardman
that 15-20 goats are cur-
rently meandering down
Pioneer Pl towards Kunze.
Would like deputy to re-
spond before they are hit by
traffic. Not a hazard, owner
is coming to move them.
-MCSO received a ju-
venile complaint at Hep-
pner Grade School, NE
Stansbury St, Heppner.
-MCSO received a re-
quest for a welfare check
at Cornerstone Gallery and
Gift, N Main St, Heppner.
-MCSO received a re-
port at I 84 E, Boardman
of three vehicles in the me-
dian. Vehicle was towed to
Bombing Range/Wilson to
await tow out of Hermiston.
-MCSO received a re-
port on I 84 W/Paterson
Ferry, Boardman of a dis-
abled vehicle. OSP advised
to tag for tow.
-MCSO received a re-
port on NE Court St, Hep-
pner that his neighbor’s
dog’s puppies are getting
out constantly and he is
tired of putting them back
in all the time. Deputy made
contact with the owner and
they will make sure the dog
stays inside.
-MCSO received a re-
port on SE Utah Ave, Ir-
rigon that a silver/grey
Dodge Stratus flew down
towards Seventh.
-MCSO received a re-
port on Frontage Ln of a
fire near the location, un-
sure if Umatilla or Morrow
County.
November 21: Morrow
County Sheriff’s Office re-
ceived a report on S First St,
Irrigon that a 2007 Dodge
Caliber car is missing. Saw
it yesterday, believes two
subjects have something
to do with it. Keys are not
missing, they must have
hot-wired it.
-MCSO received a re-
port at Irrigon Elementary
School on SE Wyoming
Ave, Irrigon that subjects
on Knapp St are making
threats to shoot students if
they come on their property
when walking to school.
-MCSO received a re-
port on Canal Ln, Board-
man that a yellow lab has
been in the area for a week
or so and would like a dep-
uty to pick it up. No collar
or tags. The dog has scars
on the right side. Dog was
transported to pet rescue.
-MCSO received a re-
port at SE Seventh St/SE
Utah Ave, Irrigon that a
gray Chevy van with a mis-
matched door was picking
garbage out of the dump-
ster. RP advised the sub-
ject was at the bar picking
up cigarette butts earlier.
Wants the van looked for
as RP believes they are up
to no good. Deputy made
contact with the driver,
subject was picking up cans
and recycling.
-MCSO received a re-
port on I 84 E, Boardman
of ATL homicide suspect
out of Lewiston is in the
area. Suspect vehicle is a
red 1996 Corolla. Suspect
was located in Umatilla
County, MCSO responded
for assistance.
-MCSO received a re-
port at Columbia Ln/W
Fourth Rd, Irrigon that dogs
were found. Dogs trans-
ported to pet rescue.
-MCSO received a re-
port on Tower Rd, Board-
man that a deceased deer
is in the road two or three
miles from the interstate.
There is a high volume of
traffic and the animal is
causing vehicles to swerve
or slowdown and other ve-
hicles are not seeing them.
-MCSO received a re-
port at SE Brandon St/SE
Utah Ave, Irrigon that a
black 4-door car was just
speeding down the street.
Male driver just pulled into
the new doublewide that
they are putting in on SE
Brandon St. RP would like
the driver spoken to about
his driving habits. Deputy
located vehicle. Subject ad-
vised he was not speeding.
-MCSO received a re-
port on I 84 E, Boardman
that a gray SUV is driving
erratically and crossing the
lines. Referred to OSP.
-MCSO received a re-
port at SE Tenth St/SE Utah
Ave, Irrigon that deputy met
a gray Toyota pickup in the
area and after he turned RP
heard the pickup spin his
tires at Tenth.
-MCSO received a re-
port at NW Gale St/NW
Church St, Heppner that her
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large brindle dog is missing.
The dog has a blue collar
with her name and number.
-MCSO received a re-
port at Highway 207 Echo,
Lexington that something
is in the lane of travel. Re-
moved object.
November 22: Morrow
County Sheriff’s Office re-
ceived a report at Threemile
Canyon Farms office on
Threemile Rd, Boardman
thatthey had a 1993 F350,
silver 4-door, diesel tank in
the back at the site yester-
day afternoon about 4:30,
but was gone this morning.
-MCSO received a re-
port on Hwy 207 Echo,
Echo that a small older
white car with Heppner
colors tassel hanging from
the mirror has been there for
four days.
-MCSO received a re-
port of a disable vehicle at
Frontage Ln/Paterson Ferry
Rd. Subject had a belt issue
and a mechanic is on the
scene.
-MCSO received a re-
port that Julia R Krauss was
arrested by OSP on MCCC
warrant.Bail $250,000,
lodged at UCJ.
-MCSO received a re-
port on I 84 E, Boardman
that an older Chevy Blazer
with front end damage was
failing to maintain lane and
almost hit them. Unable to
locate.
-MCSO received a re-
port on NE Court St, Hep-
pner advising that a female
is harassing her, has threat-
ened to and attempted to
assault her.
-MCSO received a re-
port on NW Washington
Ave, Irrigon that her dog
was bit by her neighbor’s
dog.
-MCSO received a re-
port at Looslie Auto Body
on W Main St, Lexington
that he has a dog in his
parking lot that looks like
it was hit by a vehicle. Dog
is possibly a border collie
mix of some sort.
-MCSO attempted to
locate a small white fluffy
dog at Sinclair Station, W
Main St, Lexington. Unable
to locate.
-MCSO received a re-
port on I 84 W, Boardman
that driver has been tail-
gated by a tractor trailer
for the past few miles. OSP
advised.
November 24: Morrow
County Sheriff ’s Office
received a report on Kunze
Ln, Boardman that she has a
yard full of black cows that
do not belong to her.
-MCSO received a re-
port pm O 84 E, Boardman
that approximately five
minutes ago a driver was
falling asleep at the wheel
of older red van. Saw the
driver who was trying to
fight falling asleep.
-MCSO received a
report at Love’s Travel
Stop and Country Store on
Tower Rd, Boardman that
a female was dragged from
her vehicle on I82, is now
at the Love’s and doesn’t
feel safe. Referred to other
agency.
-MCSO received a re-
port on NE Court St, Hep-
pner that the neighbors dogs
aren’t cared for, are mal-
nourished and constantly
get out of the yard.
-MCSO received a re-
port at Blake Ranch Rd/
Willow Creek Rd, Heppner
that a spike elk was recently
shot in the head. Located
about 1 to 1.5 miles up
Blake Ranch Rd on the left
hand side. Referred to other
agency.
-MCSO received a re-
port on Depot Ln, Irrigon
that she is worried about
a female that is mentally
disabled. Advised that the
female is not being fed, that
should not be happening be-
cause the female gets food
stamps. Advised there are
two females being cared for
at the residence, she is un-
sure how the other female
is cared for.
-MCSO received a re-
quest on W Fourth Rd,
Irrigon for a deputy to as-
sist her in getting her dog.
Advised the mother is tell-
ing her to come get the dog
and now won’t let her on
the property to get the dog.
-MCSO received a re-
port on Black Mountain
Ln, Heppner that she has
a tractor crawler missing
from her property.
-MCSO received a
report on Park Ave NW,
Boardman that her hus-
band fell. While trying to
get more information she
advised that her husband
was fine and that no EMS
was needed.
-MCSO received a fire
call on Columbia Ln, Ir-
rigon. Fire on their field on
Oregon St. Controlled burn.
-MCSO received a re-
port on NW Washington
Ave, Irrigon that he heard
2-3 shots, possibly from a
rifle.
-MCSO received a re-
port at JVB Dairy on Morter
Ln, Ione of a possible fire.
No fire, controlled burn.
-MCSO received a re-
port at NW Church St/
NW Gale St, Heppner that
person was causing a dis-
turbance. She advised that
she saw one of his kids
with a bike that belongs to
her child. When she turned
around to make contact the
kid left but person started
to cause a disturbance by
hitting her pickup windows
and threatening her. Both
parties were talked to.
-MCSO received a re-
port on SE Utah Ave, Ir-
rigon that 68 year old male
was possibly having a heart
attack. Transported to GSH.
November 25: Morrow
County Sheriff’s Office re-
ceived a report at Hwy 730/
Paterson Ferry Rd, Irrigon
of a multi vehicle accident.
One vehicle is blocking
road south of Hwy 730 on
Paterson Ferry. Two trans-
ported to GSH.
-MCSO received a re-
port on E May St, Heppner
that there is an archery bow
on her front porch and she
doesn’t know who owns it.
-MCSO received a re-
port on Brace Rd, Irrigon
that a female named Ve-
ronica is refusing to leave
residence. Male and female
left willingly after deputy
responded.
-MCSO received a re-
port at Irrigon Elementary
School on SE Wyoming
Ave, Irrigon that there is a
fight in progress involving
several subjects. They are
having an indoor soccer
match. RP is unable to
get them to stop. Deputy
responded and subjects are
no longer there.
-MCSO received a re-
port on Hwy 395 S, Ukiah
that a tan Ford Ranger is all
over the roadway headed
north.
-MCSO received a re-
port on I84 W, Boardman
that there are 7-8 bulls on
the north side of I84 two
miles east of Tower Rd.
The train that reported the
bulls on the line has already
passed the bulls.
-MCSO received a re-
port on I 84 E, Boardman
that a truck driver is going
on and off the road. Semi
has a white trailer, Sylvia
on the orange cab. OSP
advised.
-MCSO received a re-
port on SE Utah Ave, Irri-
gon that his neighbors have
company over and they are
parked with the rear end in
the middle of the street.
-MCSO initiated activ-
ity at Smileys Happy Place,
Boardman Ave NW, Board-
man. Jose Antonio Pena Jr
was arrested on BPD and
MCSO warrant. Subject
was lodged at UCJ, no bail.
-MCSO received a re-
port from a suicide hotline
stating Kaylee is on the line
discussing suicide with no
plans of action. Advised
MCSO dealt with her a
couple months ago and
was able to find where she
is located.
-MCSO attempted a
traffic stop at Kangaroo
Court Ln, Irrigon, not stop-
ping. Joseph Lee Swope
arrested on MCSO and
UCSO warrant. Subject
was lodged at UCJ with
$35,000 bail.
November 26: Morrow
County Sheriff ’s Office
received a report on I 84
E, Boardman that 20 year
old male driving a white
vehicle, on the corner of
the off ramp crashed onto
the guard rail.
-MCSO received a re-
port on Summit Ln, Board-
man that a 16 year old male
is unable to see anything,
lips are white, can’t move
well, coordination is off.
Ate some brownies yester-
day that he made.
-MCSO received a re-
port that a person would
like to turn herself in on a
warrant. Would like phone
contact first so she can have
her brother come over and
stay with her uncle. Karen
May Rice arrested on Uma-
tilla County warrant, cited
and released to appear.
-MCSO received a re-
port on SE Court St, Hep-
pner that there is a three
legged deer in the neighbors
yard that is very thin and
eating grass. Advised that
we would let fish and wild-
life know.
-MCSO received a re-
port at Baseline Ln/Hwy
207 Echo, Lexington that he
was on Baseline and during
the double yellow sections
that are on the hills before
you get to Hwy 207 there
was a Sierra p/u with two
male subjects and a white
Mazda that passed him in a
double yellow. When he got
up over the hill, the pickup
almost went head on with a
vehicle that was going west
on Baseline. RP advised
that the vehicle had to get
completely off the road
and that when he passed
the female that was driving
looked to be in shock and
frightened horribly. The
female completely stopped
her vehicle. RP advised that
the white car came very
close to hitting the vehicle
as well. RP followed the
two vehicles, advised they
were going at least 70 the
entire way and continued
to drive fast and recklessly.
Followed to Space Age
and got their license plates.
Female from the white car
had an attitude when she
realized that he was taking
down their vehicle infor-
mation.
-MCSO received a re-
port on SE Utah Ave, Ir-
rigon that a silver Durango
or Jeep traveled down Utah
heading towards Tenth go-
ing at least 45 mph. Unable
to locate.
-MCSO received a re-
port on Willow Creek Rd,
Heppner of a single vehicle
MVA, female is out of the
vehicle. Vehicle is off the
road and rolled. Female was
transported to PMH.
-MCSO received a re-
port at Turkey Shoots on SE
Utah Ave, Irrigon that there
are three dogs in the turkey
shoot. Seem to be friendly
dogs, reported to the deputy
that he was afraid the dogs
would scare the kids in the
turkey shoot.
-MCSO received a re-
port on SE Utah Ave, Ir-
rigon that a green Chevy
Cavalier went flying by his
house. Unable to locate.
-MCSO received a re-
port at Green Acres on Pat-
erson Ferry Rd, Irrigon that
his trailer was broken into.
-MCSO received a re-
port on SE Eighth St, Ir-
rigon that there are subjects
that are fighting.
-MCSO received a re-
port on NE Tenth St, Irrigon
that yesterday they had
someone try to open their
front door.
PMH adds new procedure suite
Russ Nichols, M.D.
prepares to cut the rib-
bon on Pioneer Memorial
Hospital’s new procedure
suite as members of the
procedure team stand by.
The new suite is spacious
and contains a sterilization
room within it. Patients
will once again be able to
get their upper and lower
endoscopies performed at
PMH without having to
travel to out of town fa-
cilities for them. The suite
will also be used for other
medical procedures at the
hospital.
“We are extremely ex-
cited to bring endoscopy
services back to PMH. The
new procedure room and
equipment is one of many
Pictured (L-R): Chief Nursing Officer Terrie Brandt-Correia; Pennie Miller and Donna
Sherman, Endoscopy Technicians; Dr. Nichols; Amanda Fabian, PA-C; Tina Davidson,
EMT-Paramedic and Endoscopy Technician; Toni Young, Endoscopy Technician; and Susie
Thompson, RN and Endoscopy Technician. -Contributed photo
new and exciting things to rial Hospital and Morrow states Bob Houser, CEO,
come at Pioneer Memo- County Health District,” FACHE.