Police blotter: A shirtless man jumps in the mulberry trees and is cited | New


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Police responded to an investigation into the death at the 300 block of S. 7th Street.

Police arrested a 25-year-old man in the 400 block of 1st Street on several counts, including a warrant, intimidation / criminal threat, kidnapping, resisting arrest and a evasion.

Police arrested a 40-year-old man near 1st and Cowlitz streets under an arrest warrant.

Police arrested a 65-year-old man in violation of a restraining order near the 500 block of the S. Columbia River Highway.

Police arrested a 46-year-old man near the 2000 block of Gable Road on a warrant.

Police arrested a 24-year-old man on several counts, including assaulting public security officers, resisting arrest, escape 3 and detained near the 500 block of S. 9th St.

Police arrested a 45-year-old man on a warrant near S. First Street and Plaza Square.

Police took a report of a stolen vehicle in the 53,000 Helens Way block.

Police responded to a vehicle crash near the 2300 block of Columbia Blvd.

Police responded to an investigation into a death in the 2100 Oregon St.

Police arrested a 41-year-old man on a warrant, probation violation, threatening near the 1600 block of Old Portland Road.

Police arrested a 32-year-old for tampering with material evidence and cited for drug offenses near 2200 Gable Road.

Police cited and released a 27-year-old man near Sunset Blvd. on several mandates.

Police arrested a 38-year-old man for drunk driving near Columbia Blvd.

Law enforcement reports

While helping and out of the agency near the intersection of the Columbia River Highway and Johnson’s Landing Road, a two-vehicle accident occurred nearby. No injuries have been reported and no citation has been issued.

Police were dispatched to report a servant in the 52000 block of SE 3rd Street. As a result of the investigation, a 37-year-old man from Clackamas was arrested for IVDV assault, DV harassment and criminal mischief II. The man was transported to the prison where he was held.

Law enforcement reports

At 8:10 a.m. Oregon State Police investigated offensive litter on the westbound shoulder of Highway 30 at kilometer 9.5. During the investigation, two subjects were identified as owners of the trash. The two owners had recently been evicted from an apartment complex in Scapoose. ODOT has been notified of the removal of the debris and an attempt will be made to locate the suspects.

at 2:22 p.m. Oregon State Police responded to a call from a suspicious person on Hwy 30 across Alston Mayger, near KP 53. A caller reported that a man shirtless had stacked sticks and paper to start a fire. Upon the arrival of the OSP, the suspect fled on foot to the east side of the scale and began throwing trash. Witnesses were interviewed and it was discovered that the suspect was standing in the westbound lane of Highway 30 and was dumping garbage on the other side of the highway.

The suspect finally jumped into a large section of mulberry trees. The suspect was eventually taken into custody and assessed by doctors. During his assessment, the suspect intentionally swallowed a plastic part of a water bottle. The suspect was named and handed over to doctors to be transported to a hospital in the area.

At 7:43 p.m. A soldier conducted a traffic check on a vehicle traveling at high speed on Highway 30 near kilometer 13. The driver of the vehicle had a warrant pending in Columbia County. The driver was cited and released for the warrant and warned for the traffic violation. He was accompanied by courtesy to his home. The warrant was located by the Northern Command Center.

At 6:16 p.m. OSP was dispatched to a three-vehicle crash in the Hwy 30 area near milepost 43 in Columbia County. Unit 1 was traveling westbound on Hwy 30 when it crossed the eastbound lane and collided with Unit 2 and then Unit 3 both of which were traveling east. The driver of No 1 said he may have fallen asleep on the way home from work. The driver of No. 1 and the rear passenger of No. 3 were transported from the scene by ambulance to St. John’s Hospital in Longview, WA for evaluation. All three vehicles were removed from the scene by Drake’s Towing

At 9.43 am. OSP received a report from a landowner in the Rainier area of ​​an injured Red-tailed Hawk on his property. The hawk appeared to have an injured wing and was unable to fly. The falcon was captured and transported to the Audubon Society for evaluation.

At 10:08 am OSP responded to an accident involving two vehicles on Highway 30 near km terminal 25. Investigation revealed that Unit 2 was traveling westbound on lane “B” when the driver slowed down for a change of direction. posted speed limit. Unit 1 was following Unit 2, and the driver looked down and did not see Unit 2 slowing down. Unit 1 struck the rear of Unit 2. The driver of Unit 2 was taken by ambulance to hospital with a head injury. Unit 1 kicked off the scene; Unit 2 secured. Unit 1 driver warned.

At 3:57 p.m. OSP recovered a wallet and shorts from ODFW staff on Sauvie Island. The items were handed over by a good sanitation technician who found them along Reeder Rd. Near Walton Beach. The items were secured at the St. Helens yard.

At 17:31 OSP received a report of a stolen vehicle in the area of ​​Hwy 30 and Oregon 127 near KP 13. The registered owner had left the vehicle upright due to a flat tire. The owner returned some time later to find that the vehicle was missing. The owner assumed the vehicle had been towed away by law enforcement, but after checking with several agencies and learning that it had not entered LEDS, he decided to sign it as stolen.

At 11:55 am The soldiers responded to a crash involving several vehicles with unknown injuries on Highway 30 near Tarbell Road. The soldiers investigated and observed indicators of impairment in the driver at fault. The driver consented to conduct voluntary field sobriety tests and was subsequently arrested for impaired driving and reckless driving. The driver refused to consent to a blood test and a warrant was obtained. Two vials of blood were then seized as evidence and the driver was arrested and released on the above charges. The vehicle was towed by Grumpy’s Towing.

Law enforcement reports

Columbia County Sheriff’s Office logs were not immediately available.


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