* WHEN…UNTIL 4 PM PST THIS AFTERNOON. Menacing – Officers responded to the area of NW 9th St and NW Circle Blvd on report of a 38-year-old Corvallis male pointing a pistol at his 46-year-old sister.  The female, a resident of Corvallis, said her estranged brother seemingly followed her from her residence.  The male was later found walking back to his residence and taken into custody.  He was later booked into the Benton County Jail. Warrant Arrest – Officers were dispatched to the 200 block of SW 2nd Street for the report of a male sleeping inside a vestibule blocking the entrance to residents. Assault IV Domestic: At approximately 1030 hours, Officers responded to the 2300 block of SW Leonard Street for a report of a physical domestic between a 27 year old female, and a 32 year old male resident of Corvallis. The 48 year old driver, Corvallis Resident, and the juvenile passenger were extricated by responding officers, due to them being trapped in the overturned vehicle. Maintain both the Clery Crime Log and the University Fire log documenting all crimes that take place within the University’s Clery geography and all fires that take place in residential buildings on campus ... call Dispatch at 541-737-3010. Click All to see all data available from the timeframe selected. The male told officers a 35-year-old Corvallis male with no fix address cut a hole in his tent and then chased him through the park with the machete.  A 20-year-old Newberg female was found to be intoxicated and was arrested for DUII.  Neither she nor her intoxicated 19-year-old Corvallis female passenger were injured.  The female’s blood alcohol content registered .18%.  She was issued a citation and released at her residence. Stolen Vehicle - A Door Dash employee stopped at a restaurant in the 1800 block NW 9th Street to pick up a meal delivery, leaving their vehicle running in the parking lot.  When they returned to the vehicle they discovered it had been taken.  The vehicle was described as a light blue Toyota Yaris. Warrant Arrest – Officers were dispatched to the 2000 block of NW Circle Blvd. Menu; Report Suspicious Activity. Oakridge, OR 97463. The store called to report that a male suspect came into the store and grabbed a juice off the counter and then left without paying for it. Theft – Officers were dispatched to the 2900 block of NW Elmwood Drive for the report of a theft. Operation Occupy the Capitol is set to begin at noon. The female was placed into custody and eventually released with a citation for the warrant. Officers learned a male entered the store and stole some items. Theft: At approximately 1350 hours, Officers took a report of a package that was stolen in the 700 block of NW 16th Street. Police Logs Education ... A Roseburg man was cited for driving under the influence of intoxicants and other charges after police say he crashed through a … Warrant Arrest – An Officer stopped a male in the area of SE 3rd St and SW Twin Oaks Circle.  The 40-year-old Corvallis resident had an active warrant for his arrest out of Benton County Circuit Court and was issued a citation in lieu of custody. Criminal Trespass II, Theft II and Possession of stolen property: A male with no fixed address, was caught stealing a skateboard out of a back yard in the area of NW Polk Ave and NW 29th St. One of the vehicles was driving eastbound, the sole occupant and driver suffered a medical event, accelerated and went into oncoming traffic, colliding with two other vehicles. This map changes as you select Charges or Events from the Event Type (Map Choice) selection. Warrant Arrest: A male with no fixed address was contacted while officers were investigating a possible animal abuse case at 925 NW Garfield Ave. There was no suspect information. There was no suspect information. Violation of a Restraining Order: At approximately 1438 hours, Officers responded to the 900 block of NW Sequoia Avenue for a neighbor dispute. Hit and Run – Officers responded to the 1900 block of SW 53rd St for a hit and run.  An unknown vehicle drove through a fence and fled the scene.  The suspect vehicle, described as a silver station wagon with rear end damage, was not located. They business reported that an unknown male spray painted the word Scott on the curb and parking lot, and then left the area when confronted. emergency only - 911 non emergency astoria police - 503-325-4411 non emergency clatsop county sheriff - 503-325-2061 non emergency warrenton police - 503-861-2235 clatsop county jail - 503 325-8641 ext. This information is shared to improve our community’s understanding of law enforcement activity in Corvallis. When officers arrived the 29 year old male, Corvallis Resident, had left the scene in a vehicle. Officers discovered a vehicle ran a stop sign and was t-boned by another vehicle. Warrant Arrest – Officers were on patrol in the 400 block of NW 2nd Street, when they contacted a 35 year old male, no fixed address, who had a warrant for his arrest out of Linn County. UEMV – Officers were dispatched to the 2300 block of NW 27th Street for the report of a theft from a vehicle. Officers arrived and discovered three vehicles were involved. The dates change as you move each half-circle. The vehicle then fled from officers at a high rate of speed, and officers did not pursue the vehicle. Mail Theft – Officers were dispatched to the 2300 block of SE Ryan Street for the repot of a 27 year old male, Corvallis Resident, actively making an attempt to enter someone’s locked mailbox. We provide services to the citizens of Ontario 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The male was later located and arrested for assault. Warrant Arrest - A 37 year old male with no fixed address was cited on a Douglas County warrant after being contacted in the 900 block NW Circle Boulevard.Â, Burglary - A convenience store in the 1400 block NW 9th Street was burglarized.  Suspect broke out glass door and stole assorted items from within.Â. View the map and learn more about our calls for service and actions taken on Oregon roads and highways. Trespass – Officers responded to the 3600 block of NW Samaritan Dr on report of a male refusing to leave.  A 36-year-old male with no fixed address was issued a trespass notice and escorted from the property.Â, DUII Traffic Crash – Officers responded to a traffic crash in the 1100 block of NW 27th St.  Officers contacted a 25-year-old Corvallis male who admitted to driving.  The male was the only person involved in the crash and was arrested for DUII.  The male’s blood alcohol content registered .16%.  He was issued a citation in lieu of custody and released at his residence.Â. The male was issued a citation for Theft III. Officers were able to piece his chewed up license together to discover his identity. There was no suspect information. Theft – Officers were dispatched to the 900 block of SE Centerpointe Drive for the report of a package theft. Lane County Sheriff’s Department, Oregon State Police, and the United States Forest Service provide limited police services to the area and work with Oakridge Police Department in mutual aid agreements. Selecting Charges focuses on the Fatal 5 driving behaviors, which contribute to the majority of all motor crashes. Officers located the female nearby the store and placed her into custody. He was eventually cited for his crimes. Burglary-Officers responded to the 1300 block of NW Menlo Dr for a cold burglary. Penguin Management, INC. 2 Kiel Ave #303. Minor incidents, open cases, protected information such as child abuse investigations or mental health cases, and some other information are not shared in this document. The business reported that an unknown male came in and paid for work on a vehicle with two separate credit cards. Officers discovered the male only yelled in the female’s face after being chased by a group of males out of the skate park as they threatened to assault him. It appeared the male was in an excited delirium state and suffering from mental health issues on top of his drug usage. State Troopers and partner public safety agencies focus on the "Fatal 5" driving behaviors, which contribute to the majority of all motor vehicle crashes. Menacing, Unlawful Use of a Weapon & Coercion – Officers responded to the 1300 block of NW Beca Av for a menacing.  A 27-year-old male Corvallis male threatened people with a baseball bat and a hammer and refused to allow them to leave.  The male was taken into custody and transported to the Benton County Jail. The male was issued citations for the crimes.  Trespass – Officers responded to the 400 block of SW 3rd St on report of a male refusing to leave.   The male was 37-years-old with no fixed address and previously trespassed from the property.  The male was escorted from the property and released with a citation in lieu of custody. UEMV: At approximately 0947 hours, Officers took a report of a vehicle that was broken into the previous night in the 2100 block of NW Grant Avenue. The male was in possession of a high end Giant mountain bike that was later found to be stolen from a store in north Corvallis last week. IN OREGON, CENTRAL OREGON COAST AND NORTH OREGON COAST. He was placed into custody and gave officers a fake name. UEMV: At approximately 0817 hours officers took a theft report of a theft from the back of a vehicle in the 1100 block of NW 32nd Street. The male was cited and released on the Benton County warrants, and was then transported to Linn County by APD. Click (All) to view all data for every county in Oregon. The Salem Police Department & Oregon State Police are aware of a planned protest at the Oregon State Capitol on Wednesday, January 6, 2021. Hit and Run – Officers responded to the 5200 block of SW Philomath Blvd on report of a hit and run.  A suspect vehicle description with a license plate was provided.  With that information, officers requested the assistance of the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Officer to contact a 66-year-old Siletz female.  A deputy contacted the female at her residence and she admitted to hitting a car in a parking lot.  The female was issued a citation in lieu of custody. Theft – Officers were dispatched to the 600 block of SW Sagebrush Drive for the report of a theft. UEMV: At approximately 1619 hours, Officers took a report of a vehicle that was broken into in the 1800 block of NW Harrison Boulevard. The victim reported that someone had gone into an unlocked garage door, and stole several items out of the victim’s vehicle. A bicycle, hunting bow, and tools were taken. Become a Police Officer The victim reported that someone charged over $3,000 on their debit card at Apple.com, and then attempted to make another $2,000 purchase on the same card, but it was declined. Dispatch advised Bowers had a State Parole Board Warrant for Kidnap1. Menacing/Unlawful Use of a Weapon: At approximately 1756 hours, Officers responded to the 500 block of NW 14th Street for a domestic disturbance. The 30 year old with no fixed address, tried to start a fight with an employee, and then left the area in an older maroon colored truck. The male was cited for the original case of criminal mischief, and a new charge of Offensive littering for throwing garbage down the storm drain. Assault IV (Felony Domestic)/Disorderly Conduct- Officers responded to the 3400 block of SE 3rd St for a report of a physical domestic. Non-Injury Crash: At approximately 1658 hours, Officers responded to the intersection of Kings and Harrison for a reported two vehicle non-injury crash. The map displays the type of incident that was reported, the date and time of call, and the general location of the call. Officers saturated the area in an attempt to locate the vehicle but did not locate the vehicle.  Theft III – An Officer responded to the 5200 block of SW Philomath Bv for a Theft.  An unknown male and female stole an unknown amount of items from the store and left prior to officers’ arrival.  Officers searched the area but did not locate the suspects. The victim reported a stolen debit card was then used at a store in the Salem area. Officers discovered an unknown person broke into a vehicle but did not take anything. Fraud: At approximately 1027 hours, Officers took a reported fraud in the 2300 block of NW Estaview Circle. He was booked into the Benton County Jail. Officers made contact with the male nearby and he refused to stop for them. UEMV: At approximately 1050 hours, Officers took a report of a theft from a vehicle in the 4500 block of NW University Place. The male collected his belongings and left the scene. Officers placed the male into custody and released him with a citation for his warrants. The male was placed into custody and eventually released with a citation. Officers discovered the mail had been rifled through and money taken from donations meant for the humane society. Interfering/Disorderly Conduct/Warrant Service: At approximately 1538 hours, Officers were patrolling in the 100 block of SW B Avenue, when they observed a 49 year old male with no fixed address, and a 55 year old male with no fixed address in a verbal argument. The other 30 year old male, no fixed address, stayed on scene and was discovered to have multiple warrants from multiple cities and states. Officers asked the male to leave and he refused. The fatal 5 are: Speed, Occupant safety, Lane safety, Impaired driving, and Distracted driving. IN OREGON, CENTRAL OREGON COAST AND NORTH OREGON COAST. Harassment – Officers were dispatched to the 1300 block of NW Philomath Blvd. Eventually the suspect vehicle was stopped in the area of 53rd and Willow, and a 30 year old male resident of Bend was arrested for Elude and other charges. Troop Directory. We work closely with and appreciate the efforts of our partnering agencies, the La Grande Police Department and the Oregon State Police. Disturbance – Officers were dispatched to the 300 block of SW Western Blvd for the report of a 40 year old male, no fixed address, and a 39 year old female, no fixed address, arguing and the male hitting the female. The investigating officer contacting the residents but no one matched the suspect description and all denied any involvement. A maintenance worked reported that someone had spray pained several red hearts on signs and sidewalks around the building. Police. Home; News and Info. Zoom in and out to see points on the map, either click on the map and use the (+) or (-) buttons on the left of the screen, or use the scroll wheel on your mouse. Kinnelon, NJ 07405 (973) 453-5810. sales@edispatches.com © 2020 Theft – Officers were dispatched to the 1900 block of NE Four Acre Place for the report of a shoplift. When officers contacted the males, one of them ran away from the scene and was not located. One was out of Marion County for Assault IV Domestic and the other was a Washington State warrant for a sex offense (Child Molestation I). _____ ANNOUNCEMENT The Sheriff’s Office is taking applications for a Full Time Patrol Deputy, a Detective, and a Corrections Deputy. SOLID is the acronym to help remember. Elude - A sergeant attempted to stop a vehicle for disobeying the traffic signal at Sw 4th St and Sw Western Blvd.  The vehicle was a black Mercedes sedan with no plates, and fled northbound on 3rd Street. Warrant Service: At approximately 1100 hours, Officers were patrolling in the 1100 block of NW 9th Street when they observed a known 59 year old male with no fixed address. for the report of a 24 year old male, no fixed address, throwing trash around the inside of a grocery store, refusing to leave. Attempted UEMV/Theft/ Disorderly Conduct: A 19-year-old Corvallis male was reportedly screaming profanities while walking in the 2600 block of SW Leonard St.  The male reached through a vehicle window and attempted to steal a cell phone from a Corvallis Female who was sitting in her car while having a conversation.  The male was taken into custody and transported to the jail. The 30 year old male was placed into custody and eventually released with citations for the warrants. Only the selections you choose are shown. The male was taken into custody and transported to the Benton County Jail.  DUII – Officers responded to the 1300 block of NW 9th St on report of a possibly impaired driver.  Officers located the driver, a 55-year-old Corvallis female, and arrested her for DUII.  Her blood alcohol content registered .00%.  There were no drug recognition experts available at the time, but a urine sample was collected and will be sent to the crime lab for processing.  The female was issued a citation in lieu of custody and released at her residence. The mother of the male arrived and attempted to help him. It appeared the male was suffering from paranoia and he was offered services but he declined and left the area. Disturbance – Officers were dispatched to the 900 block of NW Hayes Avenue for the report of a family disturbance. Theft – Officers were dispatched to the 300 block of SW 3rd Street for the report of a 57 year old female, no fixed address, placing on clothes and then living the store without paying for them. 129 service calls so far today.See all of this month.Also, see the Springfield police … PCS Meth – Officers stopped a vehicle in the area of NW Polk Av and NW 18th St and arrested the driver, a 38-year-old Corvallis female for PCS Methamphetamine.  The female was issued a citation in lieu of custody. MIP Alcohol – Officers responded to the 2500 block on report of a group of people using drugs.  A 20-year-old Springfield female was issued a citation for possessing alcohol. It is unknown where the male suspect went. UEMV: At approximately 1143 hours, Officers took a report of several vehicles that were broken into in the 4400 block of NW Boxwood Drive. The male and female denied physically fighting, however the male had an outstanding felony warrant for Theft, and he was arrested and transported to the Benton County Jail on his warrant. Disturbance – Officers were dispatched to the 400 block of SW C Avenue for the report of a disturbance in a tent. He was denied entry at the jail due to Covid protocols. Employment. Directions. There was no suspect information. Warrant – Officers responded to the 2200 block of SW 3rd St for a possible domestic disturbance.  A 41 year old Corvallis resident female was cited for a Linn County Circuit Court warrant and Marion County Circuit Court warrant. The suspects were not located.Â. DWS (Misdemeanor) – An officer stopped a vehicle in the area of NW Beca Av and NW 9th St.  The 23-year-old Corvallis male was driving while suspended and issued a citation.  Warrant Arrest – An Officer contacted a 26-year-old male in the area of SW 3rd St and SW Twin Oaks Circle.  The male from Springfield was arrested for an active arrest warrant out of Oregon State Parole Board.  The male claimed to have swallowed cocaine and heroin prior to being stopped and was transported to the Hospital for treatment. The victim could not provide a serial number. Disturbance – Officers were dispatched to the 900 block of NW Circle Blvd. Officers were unable to locate the suspect in the area, but have a photo of him. The business reported that a female had just stolen several containers of alcohol, and then fled the store in a white Kia. The driver of the vehicle was arrested and issued a citation due to showing symptoms of COVID-19 and refusing a test to be cleared for jail. Offensive Littering: At approximately 1138 hours, Officers responded to the 1300 block of SW 3rd Street to contact a male suspect from a previous case at that location. Warrant Arrest – Officers were on patrol in the 100 block of SW B Avenue, when they made contact with a 21 year old male, no fixed address, who had multiple warrants out for his arrest from Linn County. 180 NW 5th Street Corvallis, Oregon 97330 Non Emergency Phone: 541-766-6924 Email: police@corvallisoregon.gov File a Police Report Online. Warrant – Officers responded to the 2200 block of SW 3rd St for a possible domestic disturbance.  A 36 year old Corvallis resident female was cited . She was eventually released with a citation for the crime.  UEMV and Theft III – An officer responded to the 1000 block of NW Kings Bv for a UEMV.  The victim reported an unknown suspect stole multiple items from their unlocked vehicle.  AOA Fire / Warrant - Officers responded to the 200 block of SE Chapman Pl. Date Range Selector Both females admitted to physically fighting, but no one was injured. Burglary: At approximately 1056 hours, Officers responded to the 1600 block of NW Jackson Avenue for a cold burglary. The resident did not know when the packages were taken or had any suspect information. There was no suspect information. The victim reported a Husqvarna chain saw valued at $1,400 was stolen out of the bed of a truck the night before. Warrant Arrest – Officers were dispatched to the 1400 block of NW Monroe Avenue for the report of a male stating someone pulled a gun on him. Traffic Crash/DUII – Officers responded to the 3600 block of NW Harrison Blvd on report of a traffic crash. The male was cited at GSHER for the stolen vehicle. Â. Officers discovered someone broke a window to a vehicle and stole contents of the vehicle. Clatsop County Sheriff's Office, Astoria Police Department, Seaside Police Department, Gearhart Police Department, Cannon Beach Police Department and the Oregon State Police. Criminal Mischief – Officers were dispatched to the 1800 block of NW Circle Blvd. Warrant – An officer stopped a vehicle in the area of NW 17th ST and NW Cleveland Ave for a traffic violation.  The driver, a 50-year-old Corvallis male, was found to have a suspended license.  One of the passengers, a 41-year-old Corvallis female was found to be the subject of a Benton County arrest warrant.  She was issued a citation in lieu of custody at the request of the Benton County Jail. The male was transported to Good Samaritan Hospital. Warrant/Giving False Information – While searching for the suspect in a theft in the 2300 block of SW Leonard St, officers contacted a 32-year-old male with no fixed address.  The male initially provided a false name and date of birth.  He was found to be the subject of Benton County and Linn County Circuit Court warrants.  The male was issued a citation for the Benton County warrants as well as new charge for Giving False Information.  He was transported to the Linn County Jail for a parole violation warrant. emergency only - 911 non emergency astoria police - 503-325-4411 non emergency clatsop county sheriff - 503-325-2061 non emergency warrenton police - 503-861-2235 clatsop county jail - 503 325-8641 ext. The victim was not sure of what was stolen from the vehicle. Fraud: At approximately 1130 hours, Officers responded to a business in the 200 block of NW Vanburen avenue for a reported fraud. No one was seriously injured and the at fault driver was cited. The warrant was for Burglary I and Theft I out of Linn County Circuit Court. Warrant Arrest – An Albany patrol officer requested a warrant service at an address in the 3400 block of NE Lancaster drive related to the theft of a firearm. Safety Resources. The victim reported that someone had cut a strap off of two large black and yellow totes in the back of his truck and stolen camping and fishing gear sometime during the night.Â. Theft: At approximately 1200 hours, Officers responded to the 1900 block of NE Four Acre Place for a cold theft. Violent Conduct: At approximately 1010 hours, Officers responded to the 1300 block of SW Philomath Boulevard for a report of two females fighting with one another. Trespass: At approximately 1200 hours, Officers responded to the 400 block of SW Twin Oaks Circle for a report of someone trespassing on private property. The victim reported the checks were never received in the mail, and now someone had cashed on of the new checks on her account. Oregon State Police Troopers attempted to stop the vehicle on Interstate 5 as it traveled northbound from the Albany area to the Salem area. Theft III: A male stole two 30 packs of beer and some chicken from 450 SW 3rd St and fled on foot. The Online Crime Mapping Computer Assisted Dispatch Log is available for general information regarding incidents reported to the Lane County Sheriff’s Office. He was also issued a citation in lieu of custody for the warrants. Asstault 4 - Officers responded to the 2100 block of NW 25th Pl. The left half-circle controls the first day of data to view. For OSP radio codes visit www.radiooregon.net The male than proceeded to run out of the store and around the corner. The Oregon State Police General He… Warrant Arrest – Officers were on patrol in the 1300 block of SW Philomath Blvd. We welcome and value your feedback. Counterfeit Money – Officers were dispatched to the 2500 block of SW Western Blvd. Burglary: At approximately 1006 hours, Officers responded to the 1600 block of NW Van Buren Avenue for a cold burglary. The male had a warrant out of the Albany Municipal court, and he was cited and released on his warrant. The male finally gave up after he realized he would not go to jail and left the area. A male with no fixed address was issued a citation for the crime of Disorderly Conduct II as well as a confirmed warrant out of Benton County for FTA PCS Meth. The female was eventually released with citations for the warrants and her new crimes.  Warrant Arrest – Officers responded to NW Harrison Bv and NW 18th St for a male looking into vehicles.  The 49-year-old Corvallis resident was located in the area and had active warrants for his arrest out of Benton County Circuit Court.  He was issued a citation and released. for the report of a fake $100 being passed at the location. Page updated every 15 minutes based on information put on a two-hour delay by the Eugene Police Department. DUII – Officers were dispatched to the 5000 block of SW Technology Loop for the report of a male and female screaming at each other. While officers were taking the report, the stolen vehicle was involved in a single vehicle crash in the Lebanon area. Officers contacted the mail outside of the residence and he began to walk away. Warrant Arrest – Officers were on patrol in the 600 block of NW Monroe Avenue when they spoke with a 48 year old male, no fixed address, nearby. Vehicle Crash – Officers were dispatched to the 1000 block of NW 25th Street for the report of a two vehicle crash. Officers were not able to develop PC for an arrest. UEMV – Officers were dispatched to the 2100 block of NW Lincoln Avenue for the report of a theft from a vehicle. We also have numerous volunteers that serve our community. See map: Google Maps. The female driver was driving while intoxicated. There is no suspect information, but LP is working on finding when the firearm was taken to further the investigation. The male had a warrant out for his arrest and he was cited in lieu of custody for the warrant. The male stated he wanted to be taken to jail. The employee called to report that a female came in the store and then grabbed cash out of the tip jar and left the business. Dispatch services for this office are provided by the Oregon State University Dispatch Center, which State Police units share with OSU Public Safety personnel. Disorderly Conduct/ Warrants – Officers responded to the 700 block of NW 9th St., for a report of a male walking in the middle of traffic.  A 37 year old male with no fixed address, was arrested for Disorderly Conduct II and three Benton County Warrants.  The male was transported to Benton County Mental Health to be evaluated.Â. 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