From the June 27, 2013 Sheriff’s Reports
June 13: 4:14 PM: Hit & Run – 38000 block, McK. Hwy. Involved is an eastbound Toyota towing a Raptor that hit the coffee shop. Confirmed no injuries. Fascia board & gutter ripped off, planter ripped out & corner post was shoved into the building. 17:12: Owner advises part of the trailer, which struck her building, has been left behind. Est. damage is $7,000 – 10,000. Cited in lieu of custody.
June 15: 4:19 AM: Assault – 36000 block, Boiler Creek Rd. Complainant vs. his child’s mother. Victim was struck in his eye multiple times, requests medics. 05:36: Per McKenzie Willamette, patient was discharged. 13:01: Report taken – 1 in custody. 13:42: Stolen property & involved child have been returned.
June 15: 11:39 AM: Fight – Mp. 3, USFS Rd. #15. Report of some type of fight past the boat launch near Mona bridge involving at least four. There are now 20 people in the area. Subject said he was going back to his camp & coming back with a weapon. Associated vehicles are a tan Ford pickup & a red sedan. 12:03: OSP putting in a cover request. USFS LEO responding from Springfield. 14:29: Resolved – no one wants to press charges.
June 16: 3:57 PM: Dispute – 44000 block, Leaburg Dam Rd. Complainant saw a female throw a 1 year old child in an infant chair of a vehicle, then picked it up & put into a stroller. Subject was in a dispute with the male driver who is possibly walking around drinking. 17:02: Made contact with female, unable to locate male. No injuries - advised.
June 19: 8:24 AM: Criminal Mischief – 51000 block, Blue River Dr. Broken window & door jam. Caller is having trouble with a male subject who is trying to pick fights with other users at Deer Creek Campground. Male was upset that kids were throwing rocks in the river. Involved is in his 30’s, dark bowl cut hair & tattoos on upper body. Subject threatened to “discipline” caller’s kids, being verbally aggressive to her kids who now can’t use the hot springs. Info taken.
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