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    FIVE - Heppner Gazette-Times, Heppner, Oregon Wednesday, January 17, 2018
PUBLIC NOTICE
NOTICE OF SHERIFF’S
SALE
On February 22, 2018 at
the hour of 11 am the Mor-
row County Courthouse,
100 Court Street, Heppner,
OR 97836, inside the lob-
by at the Front doors, the
defendant’s interest will be
sold, subject to redemp-
tion, in the real property
commonly known as: 170
E 2ND STREET, IONE,
OR 97843. The court case
number is 17CV27348,
WELLS FARGO BANK,
N.A., Plaintiff and MI-
CHAEL P. METCALFE,
INDIVIDUALLY AND
AS PERSONAL REP-
RESENTATIVE OF THE
ESTATE OF WILLA
M.
JOHNSON-COE;
HEATHER L. METCAL-
FE; UNITED STATES OF
AMERICA; AND ALL
OTHER PERSONS OR
PARTIES
UNKNOWN
CLAIMING ANY RIGHT,
TITLE, LIEN, OR IN-
TEREST IN THE REAL
PROPERTY COMMON-
LY KNOWN AS 170 E
2ND STREET, IONE, OR
97843, Defendants. The
sale is a public auction
to the highest bidder for
cash or cashier’s check, in
hand, made out to Morrow
County Sheriff’s Office.
For more information on
this sale go to:
http://oregonsheriffssales.
org/
Published: January 17, 24,
31 and February 7, 2018
Affidavit
PUBLIC NOTICE
REQUEST FOR PRO-
POSALS FOR
Concessionaire in OHV
Landing Kitchen
Morrow/Grant OHV Park
- Morrow County, Oregon
Morrow County, Oregon,
requests proposals for a
qualified Concessionaire
in OHV Landing Kitchen.
To provide food handling
and preparation services
for various events and
regular season. Janitorial
supplies and equipment is
furnished. Concessionaire
will need food inventory
and appropriate food han-
dler’s licenses. Contrac-
tors submitting qualifica-
tions shall be considered
based upon the following
general evaluation criteria:
1.
Experience.
2.
Method of approach.
3.
Availability of labor
and inventory.
Copies of the Request for
Proposals may be obtained
from Morrow County Pub-
lic Works, P.O. Box 428,
365 W Hwy 74, Lexing-
ton, Oregon 97839, (541)
989-9500. Complete pro-
posals will be accepted at
the same address no later
than 4:00 p.m., January
24, 2018 Any questions or
concerns may be addressed
to Sandi Pointer.
Published: December 20
and 27, 2017, January 3,
10 and 17, 2018
PUBLIC NOTICE
Morrow County School
District Board of Directors
has called a dinner/work
session for Monday, Janu-
ary 22, 2018 at 6:00 pm at
Windy River Elementary
in Boardman, OR. The
purpose of the work ses-
sion is evaluation of the
superintendent.
Published: January 10 and
17, 2018
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Sheriff’s Report
The Morrow County and no insurance.
Sheriff's Office has re-
-MCSO received a re-
leased the following in- port at Hwy 207 Echo/
formation:
Baseline Rd, Lexington of
December 20 (cont): disabled vehicle. Appears
Morrow County Sheriff’s it broke down in the night.
Office received a report on Vehicle is not blocking.
-MCSO received a re-
Wilson Ln, Boardman for
a phone call because his ex port at Irrigon Justice Court
is not following the parent- on NE Third St, Irrigon.
ing plan that the court put RP came in with a cat that
into place. He is supposed had been hit by a gray ve-
to have his daughter every hicle and thrown into her
other weekend and that is driveway.
-MCSO received a re-
not happening.
-MCSO received a re- port on Wilson Ln, Board-
port on I 84 E, Boardman man that there was a hit and
that a gray Toyota is weav- run on his parent’s vehicle.
ing in an out of traffic, male Unwitnessed.
-MCSO received a re-
driver with glasses. Unable
port at Miller Manufactur-
to locate.
-MCSO received a re- ing on Hwy 74, Heppner
port at Hwy 207 Echo/ that female hit a deer. Ve-
Baseline R, Lexington that hicle is possibly totaled,
a two-tone older pickup was deer is in the ditch and
losing trash out of the back there is debris in the road.
and she ran over it. Unable Deputy responded and as-
to locate the vehicle or any sisted driver.
-MCSO received a
debris in the road.
-MCSO received a re- report at Love’s Travel
port at Columbia Ln/W Stop and Country Store
Fourth St, Irrigon that there on Tower Rd, Boardman
is a red pickup truck at this that a customer came in for
location with a flat tire beer and was refused. He is
that has been there for a now on his way to Love’s,
few days. He believes that he is intoxicated. Silver
there are people living in car, 4-door. Ciprian, San-
tiago Lopez was arrested by
the vehicle.
-MCSO received a re- MCSO on UCSO warrant,
port at Silver Creek Con- also arrested on DWS and
tracting on Hwy 74, Hep- DUII. Lodged at UCJ.
-MCSO received a re-
pner that there is a white
Honda Civic that is full port on Kunze Ln, Board-
of stuff, seems to be shuf- man regarding subject with
fling around. Subject was torch to face, her hair is
advised to stay off property burnt. Unable to locate.
without permission. Subject
December 22: Morrow
was looking for owl pellets
County
Sheriff ’s Office
to sell.
received
a
report on Wash-
-MCSO received a re-
ington
Ln,
Irrigon that her
port at main St S/Wilson Rd
friend
thinks
her husband
SW, Boardman of a theft.
was
killed
and
would like
Deputy contacted BPD, in
to
speak
to
an
officer.
the city limits.
-MCSO received a re-
-MCSO received a re-
port
on NE Third St, Ir-
port at I 84 E, Boardman
rigon
that a black small
regarding a vehicle with no
car
similar
to an Acura
tail lights. Verbal warning
that
travels
south
on Third
for tail lights and failure to
from
Washington
to Hwy
maintain lane.
730
everyday
around
720
December 21: Mor-
am
speeds
and
wants
the
row County Sheriff’s Of-
driver
contacted
and
slowed
fice received a report on
NE Third St, Irrigon that a down.
-MCSO received a re-
black small car similar to an
port
on Hwy 207, Heppner
Acura that travels south on
at
the
Blue Spruce apart-
Third from Washington to
ments
that
a duck has been
Hwy 730 everyday around
hit
and
is
struggling.
720 am speeds and wants
-MCSO received a re-
the driver contacted and
port
at Java Junkies on E
slowed down.
Hwy
730, Irrigon that a
-MCSO received a re-
red
and
black Dodge that
port on I 84 E, Boardman
is
leaving
now has been
that there is a man in the
hanging
out
in front of the
right hand lane trying to flag
store
and
generally
acting
someone down. Referred to
suspicious.
Vehicle
is
cur-
other agency.
rently
parked
behind
nuts
-MCSO received a re-
port on I 84 E, Boardman and bolts.
-MCSO received a re-
that RP picked up a subject
port
on I 84 W, Boardman
that says he was shot. Sub-
that
a maroon semi-truck
ject is bleeding and in obvi-
is
all
over the road, falling
ous pain. At Love’s to meet
asleep
or intoxicate.
EMS. Patient transported
-MCSO
received a re-
to GSH.
port
on
Estate
Loop, Ir-
-MCSO initiated activ-
rigon
that
a
28
year-old
ity at Hwy 207 Echo, Lex-
male
subject
is
choking,
ington. Nicklaus, Dewayne
Howard cited for no ops, not breathing, intoxicated.
switched or altered plate He is too large for anyone
to move off the couch. Fe-
male advised that subject is
now breathing, but still not
doing well. Irrigon ambu-
lance out on a call, Board-
man ambulance responded.
Transported.
-MCSO received a re-
port at Hwy 74/Dee Cox
Rd, Heppner that a man is
standing in the road with a
bike. Just standing there.
-MCSO received a re-
port on SE Utah Ave, Ir-
rigon that there is a green
Chevy 4X4 speeding past
his house heading west-
bound. Unable to locate.
-MCSO received a re-
port at NW Baltimore St/
NW Gale St, Heppner that
kids are running through the
alley and spray painting on
her walls and vehicle.
-MCSO received a re-
port at NW Baltimore St/
NW Gale St, Heppner that
there is a person that comes
into her house when she is
not home.
-MCSO received a re-
port at SE Division Rd/
Hoop n Holler Ln, Irri-
gon that her 17 year old
son rolled their Suburban.
Unknow injury. Patient
refusal.
December 23: Morrow
County Sheriff ’s Office
received a report on Hwy
730, Irrigon that there is a
vehicle on the east side by
the wildlife refuge, has been
there for a while.
-MCSO received a re-
port on NE Third St, Ir-
rigon that a black small
car similar to an Acura
that travels south on Third
from Washington to Hwy
730 everyday around 720
am speeds and wants the
driver contacted and slowed
down.
-MCSO received a re-
port on Paterson Ferry Rd,
Irrigon that his foster child
stole a moped and he needs
to report it stolen. Umatilla
County advised it had to be
reported out of our county.
Umatilla PD arrested the
juvenile last night and the
subject was released to
DHS.
-MCSO received a re-
port on Sand Hollow Rd,
Heppner that his wife rolled
the pickup on Deed Cox Rd,
Truck tipped over, driver
went POV to PMH. Vehicle
is clear off the road, front
bumper is off the bank.
Subject is calling Martins
now.
-MCSO received a re-
port at Washington Ln/
Fourth St, Irrigon that ap-
proximately 10 cows are
out on the road.
-MCSO received a re-
port at Love’s Travel Stop
and Country Store on Tow-
er Rd, Boardman that her 16
year-old son had shoplifted
soda from the machines at
two gas stations, one was
at Love’s and the other was
west.
-MCSO received a re-
port on I 84 W, Boardman
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that a vehicle spun out and
is in the median.
-MCSO received a re-
port on Meadow Brook Rd,
Lexington that his son just
left his house and is driv-
ing to his friend’s house on
Brenner Canyon Rd and his
son does not have a valid
driver’s license or insurance
on the vehicle.
-MCSO received a re-
port on I 84 E, Boardman
that there is a driver speed-
ing. Cab is blue E&E on the
side of it.
-MCSO received a re-
port on NW Esther Ct,
Irrigon that a 63 year-old
female fell from standing
distance and hit her head.
Patient refusal.
December 24: Mor-
row County Sheriff’s Of-
fice received a report on
NE Third St, Irrigon that a
black small car similar to an
Acura that travels south on
Third from Washington to
Hwy 730 everyday around
720 am speeds and wants
the driver contacted and
slowed down.
-MCSO received a re-
port on NW Canyon Dr,
Heppner that a small Aus-
tralian shepherd was found
this morning following his
daughter home.
-MCSO received a
report at Love’s Travel
Stop and Country Store on
Tower Rd, Boardman that
another truck just backed
into his.
-MCSO received a re-
port on W Arcade St, Lex-
ington that a 60 year-old
male is in and out of con-
sciousness, cardiac patient,
is breathing. Patient was
transported to PMH.
-MCSO received a re-
port on Parkside Rd, Board-
man that someone is tres-
passing and cutting trees
on his neighbor’s property.
MCSO responded and sub-
ject was trespassed from the
property.
-MCSO received a re-
port on I 84 W, Boardman
that a vehicle is way off the
road, doesn’t appear to have
rolled, subjects are still in
the vehicle.
-MCSO received a re-
port on I 84 W, Boardman
of a single car motor vehicle
accident, will need a tow.
-MCSO received a re-
port on Hwy 207 Spray,
Heppner that a 2011 green
Chevy Camaro wrecked
and is in the field. RP ad-
vised he picked up the driv-
er, she is okay and they will
be dealing with the vehicle
on their own.
-MCSO received a re-
port on I 84 E, Boardman
that a Walmart semi-truck
is driving unsafe for the
weather conditions.
-MCSO received a re-
port on E Second St, Ione
that there is a transformer
on fire in the alley behind
her house.
-MCSO received a re-
port on E Hwy 730, Irrigon
that a white pickup, either
a Dodge or a Ford, with
right side front end damage
struck an ambulance and
then kept driving. Unable
to locate.
-MCSO received a re-
port at Northwestern Motel
on N Main St, Heppner
that there is a domestic
dispute in room 28, girl is
screaming to let her out.
RP’s partner attempted to
make contact but the male
in the room shut the door in
his face. MCSO responded
and talked to both parties.
No sign of domestic abuse.
-MCSO received a re-
port on I 84 W, Boardman
of a single vehicle rollover
in the median. OSP took
over the call.
-MCSO received a re-
port at Irrigon Shell Station
on E Hwy 730, Irrigon that
there is a car in the back
parking lot, possibly gray
4-door. Vehicle was there
last night as well, RP be-
lieves they are up to some-
thing. Female was sleeping
inside her vehicle.