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Information for the public safety column comes from public records of the West Linn Police Department. Police recently filed reports on the following incidents:

ARRESTS

· 3/27, 2:55 p.m.; Russell A. Somfleth, 52, 18625 Midhill Circle, was taken into custody in West Linn Municipal Court after being sentenced for driving while suspended - misdemeanor. He was lodged in the Clackamas County Jail without bail.

WARRANT ARRESTS

· 3/24, 8:40 p.m.; Rodney J. Farrell, 30, Hillsboro: arrested on southbound I-205 at Stafford Road on two Washington County warrants for probation violations for disorderly conduct and driving while suspended - misdemeanor. He was lodged in the Clackamas County Jail without bail.

· 3/26, 3:09 p.m.; Adam D. Rardin, 24, 1337 Short St.: arrested near 10th Street and Eighth Avenue on a Clackamas County warrant for driving while intoxicated. He was lodged in the Clackamas County Jail on $10,000 bail.

· 3/26, 8:01 p.m.; Aurel Postescu, 35, Portland: arrested on northbound I-205 near Gladstone on a Clackamas County Circuit Court warrant for failure to appear for two counts of theft.

He was lodged in the Clackamas County Jail on $50,000 bail.

· 3/27, 3:52 p.m.; A male juvenile was arrested at home in the 1700 block of Blankenship Road on a Clackamas County warrant for harassment. He was lodged in the Donald E. Long facility without bail.

· 3/30, 12:06 a.m.; Miguel Angel Reyes, 19, Beaverton: arrested on northbound I-205 near Hwy. 213 on a Beaverton Municipal Court warrant for failure to appear for a probation violation for criminal mischief. He was lodged in the Clackamas County Jail on $5,000 bail.

· 3/31, 10:20 p.m.; Robert S. Millican, 30, Portland: arrested in the 2100 block of Eighth Court on a Multnomah County warrant for a probation violation for manufacturing and delivery of a controlled substance.

He also was charged with possession of methamphetamine and less than one ounce of marijuana. He was lodged in the Clackamas County Jail without bail.

DRIVING UNDER

THE INFLUENCEOF

INTOXICANTS

· 3/25, 1:51 a.m.; Kasey K. Ahsing, 18, Oregon City: arrested near Mill Street and Willamette Drive on suspicion of driving while intoxicated. He was transported to the Clackamas County Jail where he was cited and released.

TICKET BUT NO JAIL

· 3/25, 1:51 a.m.; Two juveniles were cited and released near Mill Street and Willamette Drive for minor in possession of alcohol.

THIEVES IN ACTION

· 3/27, 1:46 p.m.; A resident of the 1900 block of Haverhill Way reported that his bicycle had been stolen two months previously from in front of a business located in the 22000 block of Salamo Road. Loss value reported was $529.

· 3/31, 3:43 p.m.; A woman living in the 2400 block of Tulane Street reported that lawn ornaments had been taken from her yard, but she didn't know when so she requested extra patrols at night.

CRIMINAL MISCHIEF

· 3/26, 11:38 a.m.; A man living in the 4100 block of Rosepark Drive reported to police that his vehicle had been keyed along the entire side the previous day.

· 3/30, 8:09 p.m.; A woman living in the 1300 block of Fourth Street reported that a hole had been cut in her fence within the past 24 hours. Loss value was reported at $100.

JUVENILES

· 3/30, 2:59 p.m.; An anonymous caller reported that two boys were playing with BB guns on Sunset Avenue near Alder Court. The juveniles and their parents were contacted and advised of the city ordinance about guns.

· 3/31, 5:18 p.m.; A man living near Tanner Creek Park reported three juveniles skateboarding in the pavilion. When the officer checked, all of the kids were in the skate park.

THEY'RE ALL ANIMALS

· 4/01, 2:12 p.m.; A woman living in the 3900 block of Parker Road reported that her dog had been missing for the past hour.

· 4/01, 6:30 p.m.; A man living in the 4300 block of Imperial Drive reported that a pitbull was running at-large and chasing his daughter. An officer located the dog and returned it to its owner in the same block. The dog's owner was warned of the dangerous situation and required to provide a license to the officer within a week.

LIFE IN WEST LINN

· 3/29, 3:07 p.m.; A woman living in the 1700 block of 16th Street reported that a 20-something man who might be living inside a vacant apartment is going through mailboxes.

Police arrived at theapartments a short time later, but could not find the man. They noticed that several mailboxes had been opened.

· 3/29, 4:46 p.m.; A woman living in the 19000 block of Wildwood Drive reported that her ex-boyfriend, who has a no-contact order keeping him away from her, has been calling her mother and saying that he is having people follow the woman.

· 3/31, 2:35 p.m.; A woman reported that two A-frame real estate signs had been stolen from near Skyline and Summit drives.

An officer informed the woman that her signs violated the city code, and she could contact the community service officer the next day to see how she could go about getting her signs back.

· 3/31, 5:02 p.m.; A woman living in the 6400 block of Tompkins Court told police that she had seen a man near Lowry Drive and Tompkins Street wandering through the neighborhood, possibly casing homes for burglary.

An officer discovered that the suspicious man lives in the neighborhood.

· 3/31, 6:53 p.m.; A woman living in the 19000 block of Wilderness Drive told police that a SUV with four juveniles inside stopped in front of a neighborhood home and two juveniles came out of the home to meet the others.

The woman said it looked like a possible drug deal, but when police checked they found only skateboards in the SUV.

· 3/31, 9:22 p.m.; A passerby reported to police that several suspicious juveniles were near the library in a small vehicle, but the library was closed at that time.

Police checked and determined that the suspicious youths were part of a cleaning crew.

· 4/1, 4:20 a.m.; A newspaper delivery person reported to police that the front door was open on a condominium that was for sale.

The man said he could see lights on, but he couldn't see anyone nearby in the early-morning hours. An officer also could not find anyone in the vicinity or inside the home, and closed and locked the home's door.