Police Log: Jan. 9 – Jan. 10

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Chloe Stewart, News Contributor

Wednesday, Jan. 9


Criminal Mischief II/Criminal Trespass I

Police responded to a report of criminal mischief. The responding officer contacted the caller who stated that sometime during the night of Jan. 5 an unknown person broke a 3×5” window pane in their bedroom. The caller stated that the person unhooked one latch on the window but did not unhook the upper latch of the window. The latches are on the inside of the window, requiring the person to reach into the residence to unhook them. According to the log, the caller believed the person was likely the same person who recently burglarized the house coming back for more. The window was replaced prior to the officer’s arrival and there was no evidence of the crime remaining. The case has been discontinued due to a lack of suspect information.

Warrant Arrest

An officer responded to a report of a woman throwing trash on the ground who appeared to be under the influence of a controlled substance outside of a local laundromat. The officer contacted the suspect outside the business and dispatch informed the officer that she had two warrants for her arrest. Per the jail staff’s request, the officer ultimately issued the woman citations in lieu of arrest.

Warrant Arrest

Officers arrested a suspect on a Marion County Circuit Court Warrant for UUMV and they were taken into custody on a mail theft investigation. The suspect was taken into custody after trying to climb over a short fence in an attempt to evade officers. At the time of the arrest, the suspect was in possession of a loaded syringe, which will be sent to the crime lab for analysis.

Fugitive Arrest

An officer responded to a report of threats made by a suspect. Furthermore, the suspect had three Corvallis Municipal Court Warrants for their arrest: FTA Concealed Weapon, FTA Open Container, and FTA Littering. The suspect was issued citations for the warrants.

Fugitive Arrest

An officer arrested a suspect in an alley. The suspect had three warrants for their arrest from three different jurisdictions: Marion County, Albany Municipal Court, and Lebanon Municipal Court. The suspect was subsequently transported to the Benton County Jail where they were held on the Marion County arrest warrant and issued citations for the other two.

Thursday, Jan. 10

Probation Violation

An officer responded to a prowler complaint at a local residence. The caller stated that someone was attempting to gain entry into the residence through the windows on every side of the apartment. They also reported it sounded like someone was throwing bricks against the residence. The caller’s residence was unoccupied and the windows and doors were secure. According to the log, the caller was “very erratic and paranoid during the contact,” suggesting that they could have been under the influence of a stimulant. The investigation was discontinued.

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