crime

Sept. 18: 9:49 am: Abandoned Vehicle – 41000 block, Holden Creek Ln. Involved is an older blue Toyota pickup, tags are expired. It has been parked there since Thursday of last week. Note on driver’s side seat – went for services, please don’t tow. Appears a transient is living in it & are down on their luck. Caller requests wait a few days. She will call back if vehicle is still there.

Aug. 30: 10:33: Burglary 1, Theft 1 – 35000 block, Camp Creek Rd. 3 hidden guns stolen – Ruger .38 Special, Remington wood stock semi automatic Model 74, .30-06, Remington laminate stock lever action Model 81.

10:45: Burglary – 37000 block, Camp Creek Rd. Taken: hand tools, sander, circular saw, drill, Sawzall – all cordless & chargers, also power washer.

Over the last 11 days the Lane County Sheriff’s Office has been assigning extra patrols to the McKenzie Bridge community due to the fire activity.  This provided a law enforcement presence in areas that do not routinely see p

July 20: 10:31 am: Reckless Driving – Marcola Rd. & Sunderman Rd. Involved gray Dodge Neon, unable to maintain lane – possibly drunk or texting.

4:03 pm: Theft – 91000 block, Horse Creek Rd. Involved is a scooter stolen off caller’s property.

7:28 pm: Criminal Trespass – 89000 block, Greenwood Dr. Complainant has a camper on property plugged into power & using the poll. 1 male said he would leave but hasn’t. Unknown if there are more.

June 29: 3:40 am: Alarm – 40000 Booth Kelly Rd.

4:30 pm: Traffic Hazard – Milepost 4, Marcola Rd. Involved is a maroon SUV pulled off the east side of the road causing a traffic hazard because it’s partly in the road. Caller drove by & saw a hand out the window with a white piece of paper, looked like an elderly female’s hand, believes need help. Caller couldn’t stop. 18:41: Springfield PD patrolled area, unable to locate.

June 8: 1:04 am: Alarm – 91000 block, Donna Rd.

3:46 pm: Lost Subject – Lat. 044.032484. Long. -122.273562. Caller went past Cougar Hot Springs, turned onto FS Rd. 19-85 driving for 30 -45 minutes before stopping. Caller is lost, tried to get around a “giant fallen root thing,” clutch is no longer working. 17:51: Tow truck is on the scene.

4:58 pm: Assist, Information – 41000 block, Madrone St.

June 1: 9:31 am: Foot Patrol – 35000 block, Camp Creek Rd.

10:13 am: Reckless Driving – Deerhorn Rd. & McK. Hwy. Caller advises two log trucks are bypassing scales on McK. Hwy. They were driving too fast on Holden Creek Lane when caller tried to get out of driveway. Involved is a red truck, short logger, 2 trailers & a blue truck.

May 25: 9:00 am: Burglary – 9000 block, Thurston Rd. Taken – Guns, unknown how many at this time.
2:44 pm: Unlawful Use of Vehicle – 59000 block, N. Belknap Springs Rd. Complainant advised he parked his John Deere Gator when he went to lunch, came back & it was gone. Boss advised he saw a jacked up 90’s white Ford truck with a Gator in back, thought at the time it looked very similar. Truck was headed westbound on Hwy. 126. Gator is green with a glass-enclosed cab.

Sept. 29: 6:15 pm: Vandalism, Illegal Dump – 36000 block, McGowan Creek Rd. Caller reports marijuana root stumps were dumped in a pile alongside the road. Suspect vehicle is a white Toyota Tundra pulling a 20 ft. long box trailer.

Oct. 1: 10:48 am: Dispute – 36000 block, Sherra Ln. Person being served papers at location is refusing to let server leave. Subject was standing in front of complainant’s vehicle. No assault, caller doesn’t want further assistance.

Excerpts from the Sept. 1, 2016 Sheriff's Reports

Aug. 16: 1:57 pm: Criminal Trespass – 47000 block, McK. Hwy. Complainant is having a new septic system installed. Neighbor is repeatedly coming over & impeding work crew, calling the county saying the crew is violating land use law & calling power company saying they are digging up utility lines. Caller advises she comes over at night & turns off the house that needs to fill the tank. She is delaying the project, costing money.

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