Information for this column comes from Sandy Police Department public records. The Sandy Police Department provides service in Estacada. Officers recently filed reports on the following incidents.


An officer responded to a report of a suspicious vehicle in the 2400 block of Campus Drive at 5:08 a.m. Monday, March 24, and discovered there were active warrants out for the arrest of a man in the vehicle. Jay G. Railsback, 31, of Arvado, Colo., was arrested on Clackamas County warrants for second-degree theft and possession of methamphetamine. Two syringes were allegedly found in his possession, so an additional possession of a controlled substance charge was added. Railsback was lodged in the Clackamas County Jail on $55,000 bail.


Police found a man sleeping in the Wade Creek Park bathroom on Friday, March 28. The man had been reported missing, so the missing person record was cleared and the party that had reported him missing was notified. The man was homeless, but did not require medical attention. He was warned that if he returned to Wade Creek Park, he would be arrested.

At 4:52 p.m. Saturday, March 29, an officer was told of an aggressive man in a city park. The man was agitated when confronted by the officer. As a result, the officer told the man that he would be arrested if he returned to the park within 30 days.


At 2 p.m. Monday, March 24, a business owner told police that numerous unauthorized transactions were made to his account via the Internet. Police are investigating.


On Monday, March 24, a man told police that sometime in the past two days a fuel line had been cut and about 10 gallons of gas had been stolen from his vehicle in the 100 block of North Broadway.


An officer pulled a car over near Southeast Currin and Southeast Fourth Avenue on Sunday, March 30, for not having an operable license plate light. The driver, Aaron Able, a 19-year-old transient, was cited for driving with a suspended license and allegedly possessing a small quantity of marijuana. The vehicle was impounded.


At 9 p.m. Friday, March 28, a woman told police that her 14-year-old daughter hadn’t returned home from Clackamas Town Center when she said she would and that she hadn’t been able to get in contact with her. The girl came home the next day.

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