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The Jeep sped up and cut off driver 1, causing him to lose control of his vehicle and crash head-on into two males driving in a blue ford focus before his vehicle flew off the roadway.
The driver of unit two was transported to Good Samaritan Hospital due to injuries sustained in the crash. Armstrong Way is a narrow roadway with no shoulder.
Deputies arrived and located a male matching the description of the suspect. Barker was cited and released. Hays walked around a closed driveway gate and multiple no trespassing s to get to the residence.
Both were warned. Patterson was issued a citation in lieu of custody and released from the Law Enforcement Center.
When deputies asked for more information, he told them he did not know who stole his vehicle. Unit one was headed east on South Fork Road and observed a motorcycle, heading west at a high rate of speed, lose control in front of unit one.
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There was a swastika, and racial slurs painted on the s. A resident found Thomas Hays, 52, on his front porch displaying odd behavior. The vehicle was not listed as stolen and was removed later that day by an unknown individual. Unit 1 was northbound on Armstrong Way and swerved to avoid an oncoming vehicle. He refused to be a victim or cooperate and stated that his mother was the one who actually called. Upon arrival, deputies located a man who admitted to boxing a piece of wood in the bus stop to relieve some stress. Listed below are recent incidents responded to by the Benton County Sheriff's Office.
This report does not reflect all Sheriff's Office activities and is updated as time and personnel allows. She drove through a front yard, damaging landscaping and fencing. A resident reported an unknown male entered his unlocked work truck and stole his wallet and tools. No suspect has been identified at this time.
A stolen vehicle report was ed for the Explorer. One left the scene with an unknown male. A neighbor living in the apartment complex reported seeing people arguing outside in the parking area. Driver 1 passed a black jeep which sparked a road rage incident. The motorcycle left the roadway and crashed in ditch on the north side of South Fork Road.
Quinlan was cited and released. A new court date and time was issued to appear. She said the vehicle was honking its horn as it passed. All three individuals were transported to Good Samaritan Hospital with non-life threatening injuries.
Deputies issued Hyre three citations with court dates. They learned from multiple witnesses, driver 1 had been speeding and tailgating people and then passing unsafely. The bicyclist sustained minor injuries. While the silver sedan was negotiating the left hand turn to go eastbound on NE Highway 20, they observed the vehicle cross over the double yellow center line, and cross into the westbound lane. A female resident reported her black Ford Explorer was taken from her driveway sometime between am and am.
She was also issued a traffic citation for driving uninsured. Her purse and keys were inside the vehicle. Deputies gave him a courtesy ride to Monroe as he stated he was walking there to visit his parents. Contact the County Website Disclaimer. She said she had seen the tow truck around A.
Deputies told her dayshift would try to have someone in the area.
Dustin was cited for Use of prohibited lighting equipment. Deputies encountered Josee Whitewater, 23, attempting to fix a disabled vehicle. They contacted the driver, Justice Ortiz, 24, who had no insurance and a warrant for her arrest out of Philomath Municipal Court for Contempt of Court. Driver 1 was issued a citation for ORS. Two males got into a fight. Someone had left a light blue, Honda Accord sedan on private property.
Unit two was towed from the scene. No damages were caused. She was issued a citation in lieu of custody. Deputies were unable to contact the trucking company. There was no damage to unit one and minimal damage to unit two. Unit 1 left the roadway; the driver panicked and hit the accelerator by mistake.
Deputies arrested the driver, Dustin Whinnery, 34, for multiple warrants, and driving while suspended misdemeanor. Ricardo crossed the center line and entered the southeast ditch. They initiated a traffic stop on the vehicle and contacted the driver, Danielle Hilliard, Hilliard was issued a criminal citation in lieu of custody for driving while suspended misdemeanor. The vehicle was located about a mile away and the driver was identified as Ricardo Arenas-Briteno, Ricardo was traveling too fast to negotiate a right curve in the road.
The driver swerved to avoid colliding with the vehicle and crashed in the ditch. There is no suspect information at this time.
Contact the County. A man reported his Honda Odyssey was hit while parked in a parking space at Golf City. Upon arrival, medics were already on scene. The caller heard what sounded like glass breaking. The resident reported being the victim of a scam that started with a Best Buy. The caller reported one of his, "Black Lives Matter," s and an, "Albany Pride," had been vandalized in his front yard. Daily Activity Log. A female passenger identified herself as Tarah Lyn Hyre, Dispatch confirmed Hyre had four warrants for her arrest.
She told deputies a dump truck towing a trailer passed multiple vehicles on Springhill Road, causing oncoming traffic to stop. Search form Search. Case discontinued due to a lack of victim cooperation. He was dropped off at the Monroe Substation. Unit two said he was headed west on South Fork Road and came around a corner and observed a vehicle headed east on his side of the roadway. They subsequently arrested Nicole Patterson, 23, of Wilsonville, for 5 warrants, criminal trespass, and false information. The vehicle struck brush adjacent to the roadway before it was able to drive out of the ditch and continue south on 53rd St.
Ricardo was subsequently arrested for DUII and the vehicle was towed from the scene due to damages.
Unit two was being followed by two friends, and stated their statements were consistent with unit two. Deputies ran the plate and saw the registered owner was suspended misdemeanor. Another deputy, who took a similar call from him earlier in the day, informed him it was a civil issue due to his landlord towing the RV. Deputies warned him about Initiating a False Report. The driver identified himself as Rodolfo Carrillo Jr. Deputies issued him a citation for Misdemeanor Driving While Suspended. Danielle was transported to the Benton County Jail in Corvallis.