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

WARRANT ARRESTS

n 3 p.m., April 6: Jeanne R. Hawkins, 32 of Sandy, was arrested in the 37300 block of Dubarko Road on an Oregon State Parole Board parole violation warrant. She was lodged at the Clackamas County Jail without bail.

n 3:26 p.m., April 5: Police conducted a traffic stop in the area of Highway 26 and Langensand Road. The driver, Sean L. Anderson, 24 of Portland, had a no-bail parole violation arrest warrant. He was lodged in the Clackamas County Jail.

n 6:12 p.m., April 3: Police were dispatched to a welfare check in the area of Sandy Heights Street and Nettie Connett Drive where they found a man lying on the sidewalk. Michael A. Riopel, 27, of Sandy, had a Multnomah County arrest warrant and was taken to the Clackamas County Jail on $20,000 bail.

DOMESTIC DISTURBANCES/ASSAULTS

n 9 p.m., April 6: Police responded to a report of a disturbance between an adult son and his parents at a home in the 38400 block of Redwood Street. No crimes.

n 10:45 p.m., April 5: Police responded to a report of a domestic disturbance in the 38700 block of Sandy Heights Street. Officers contacted three subjects inside the home. No crimes.

n 8:30 p.m., April 5: Police responded to a report of a domestic disturbance in the 37900 block of Highway 26. No crimes.

n 2:26 p.m., April 5: Police responded to the 38900 block of Pioneer Boulevard on a domestic disturbance. No crimes.

n 11:16 p.m., April 1: Police were dispatched to a verbal disturbance in the area of Dreamcatcher Avenue and Green Mountain Street. No crimes.

THEFTS/BURGLARIES

n 7:20 p.m., April 6: A man at a business in the 38100 block of Highway 26 called to report that another man had stolen his $20 video poker ticket. After reviewing surveillance video and interviewing all involved, Adam S. Wilson, 22 of Sandy, was cited into Sandy Municipal Court for third-degree theft.

n 5 p.m., April 6: A woman living in the 38900 block of Junker Street called to report two storm doors were stolen from her yard. A neighbor witnessed the theft and described a vehicle and one of three suspects, but was not able to recall specific enough information for suspect identification.

n 3:11 p.m., April 4: Police were dispatched to the 37300 block of Ruben Lane on the report of a theft. Report taken.

n 11:11 a.m., April 4: Police were dispatched to the police station on a report of credit card fraud/identity theft that occurred in the 39200 block of Cascadia Village Drive. Report taken.

n 11:49 a.m., April 3: Police contacted a man reporting that his vehicle had been broken into in the area of 39600 Dubarko Road.

n 6:15 p.m., April 1: Police responded to a report of a theft from a vehicle which occurred in the 16600 block of Southeast 362nd Drive.

n 12:08 a.m., March 31: Police responded to a theft from a vehicle parked in the 38500 block of Pioneer Boulevard. The reporting party observed the theft and provided suspect information to police. The suspect is a transient who is sought for questioning.

n 8 p.m., March 31: Vernon R. Dibble, 58 of Sandy, was cited for third-degree theft and second-degree criminal trespass after contacting him at a business in the 37600 block of Highway 26. Dibble had taken beer and couldn't care for himself due to his level of intoxication. Dibble was released to a family member.

TRAFFIC STOPS

n 1:40 a.m., April 5: Police conducted a traffic stop in the area of Southeast 362nd Drive and Industrial Way. The driver, Adam S. Wilson, 22, of Sandy, was cited for driving with a suspended license and driving uninsured. His vehicle was impounded.

CRASHES

n 2:08 p.m., April 4: Police responded to the 38400 block of Barlow Parkway on a report of a hit and run. Report taken.

n 7:13 a.m., March 31: Police responded to the area of Langensand Road and McCormick Drive on a traffic accident. No serious injuries were reported and one of the vehicles had to be towed.

DEATH INVESTIGATIONS

n 1:39 p.m., April 2: Police were dispatched to a death investigation at a residence in the 17200 block of Beers Avenue. An investigation was conducted by the Sandy Police Department and the Clackamas County Medical Examiner's Office. The death was determined to be a suicide.

n 12:27 p.m., March 30: The occupant of a residence in the 39300 block of Dubarko Road was found deceased of natural causes.

MISCELLANEOUS

n 3:21 p.m., April 6: A business in the 38600 block of Proctor Boulevard reported that a customer attempted to pass a counterfeit $50 bill.

n 2:24 p.m., April 6: The code enforcement officer towed an abandoned vehicle from the area of Wellesley Avenue and Jerger Street.

n 8:12 a.m., April 5: A woman living in the 19100 block of Dublin Avenue reported that her home was "egged" causing minimal damage. She said it has occurred to other homes in the neighborhood and requested extra patrols during the evening hours. The investigation is ongoing.

n 3:30 p.m., April 4: Police were dispatched to the 38600 block of Hood Street on a welfare check. Report taken.

n 2:20 p.m., April 4: A citizen brought in a female Boston Terrier that was found running at large in the 18200 block of Meinig Avenue. The dog had no license or microchip and was transported to Clackamas County Dog Services.

n 10:27 a.m., April 4: A man living in the 19100 block of Averill Parkway contacted police regarding harassing phone calls at his work and unwanted letters from a female subject he has never met. The woman was advised to cease all further contact with the man.

n 9:45 p.m., April 3: Police were dispatched to the 39500 block of Kimberly Drive regarding suspicious circumstances. Report taken.

n 4:43 p.m., April 3: Police responded to a report of two adults suspected of using drugs in a business restroom in the 38900 block of Proctor Boulevard. At the request of the business, both were trespassed.

n 11:16 a.m., April 3: Police responded to a reported drug deal in the area of Van Fleet Avenue and Gary Street. The witness described three people who were found in the area, and one was detained. A report will be referred to the Clackamas County district attorney's office for review.

n 9:30 a.m., April 4: A woman living in the 39500 block of Gary Street reported a hit and run that destroyed her mailbox and damaged the planting strip on the sidewalk. The responsible party did not leave the required information. The investigation is ongoing.