Information for the public safety column comes from public records of the Sandy Police Department. Police recently filed reports on the following incidents:
2:55 p.m. June 28; Kacie A. Saemann, 48, Sandy, was arrested at a residence in the 37900 block of Highway 26 under suspicion of assault and violation of a restraining order. She was lodged in the Clackamas County Jail on $22,500 bail.
12:33 a.m. June 29; Trevor H. OConner, 18, Sandy, was arrested at a residence in the 15200 block of Penny Avenue under suspicion of providing liquor to minors. He was lodged in the Clackamas County Jail on $7,500 bail. The Clackamas County district attorney was asked to consider more charges in the case. Since there were five others, all juveniles, involved in the incident, the case also has been forwarded to the county juvenile department.
2:55 p.m. June 28; Jeremiah P. Ray, 39, Sandy, was arrested at a residence in the 38500 block of Park Street under suspicion of harassment, criminal mischief and sexual abuse. He was lodged in the Clackamas County Jail on $58,500 bail. The case is still under investigation.
6:46 a.m. June 25; Jerry L. Wiseman, 54, a transient, was arrested near Highway 26 and 362nd Drive on a Clackamas County warrant for tampering with drug records. He was lodged in the Clackamas County Jail without bail.
5:48 p.m. June 25; Amber J.D. Devault, 22, Boring, was arrested in the 39400 block of Gary Street on a Columbia County warrant for disorderly conduct. She was lodged in the Clackamas County Jail on $8,888 bail.
DRIVING WHILE IMPAIRED
8:44 p.m. June 24; James A. Scarlett, 44, Mesa, Ariz., was arrested near Pleasant Street and Beers Avenue under suspicion of driving while intoxicated-drugs. He also was charged with resisting arrest and cited for refusing to provide a urine sample, driving without liability insurance and without a valid license. He was transported to the Clackamas County Jail where he was lodged on $15,000 bail.
11:18 a.m. June 18; Wesley C. Gagnon, 38, Welches, was cited and released near Highway 26 and Luzon Lane, accused of several traffic violations, for which he was warned. Gagnon also was cited for possession of less than 1 ounce of marijuana.
1:51 p.m. June 25; Nadeen C. Baker, 68, Sandy, was cited and released in the 16600 block of 362nd Drive, accused of theft of more than $260 worth of merchandise. Baker is scheduled to appear in county court.
8:28 p.m. June 27; a business in the 39600 block of Pleasant Street reported that sometime overnight someone took several items from the business. No suspects were identified, but evidence was collected and sent to the Oregon State Police crime lab for positive identification.
2:14 a.m. June 29; police investigated the burglary of an apartment where the renter had left town for the day and night. Someone had entered, stole some items and before leaving had plugged all drains and turned on all faucets, flooding the apartment and leaving considerable damage.
12:45 p.m. June 27; a Sandy man reported that his wallet had been stolen and his credit card had been used the previous day at a Sandy business. No suspects.
5:35 p.m. June 18; a 14-year-old girl was reported as a runaway. A description of the girl was entered into a national database for missing persons.
7:04 a.m. June 22; a 15-year-old girl was reported as a runaway. A description of the girl was entered into a national database for missing persons.
8:33 p.m. June 22; a 17-year-old boy from Florence was reported visiting a womans niece. The boys mother said she thought her son was visiting a friend in Florence. The officer talked with the two mothers and devised a plan to get the two youths home safely.
8:54 a.m. June 30; a 17-year-old boy was taken into custody after allegedly pushing his mother several times when he became upset that she was demanding proper behavior. The juvenile was charged with harassment and being a runaway. He was turned over to the county juvenile department for corrective action.
8:47 p.m. June 30; several juveniles were identified as being responsible for damage to an empty home in the 18400 block of Meinig Avenue. Three juveniles have been referred to the county juvenile department for corrective action.
6:30 p.m. June 15; someone placed graffiti on three vehicles parked in the 18400 block of Dahlager Street. The value of the damage was estimated at about $225.
8:21 a.m. June 27; someone reported that a tree alongside the Tickle Creek Trail had been cut down. Police are investigating, using information provided by a possible witness.
4:28 p.m. June 11; an officer investigated the report of a registered sex offender on probation having contact with a 4-year-old child. The offenders probation officer was contacted, but the officer was told to release the man. The complaint was documented in a written report, which also was sent to the Department of Human Services.
7:07 p.m. June 14; a man living in the 39500 block of Evans Street witnessed a vehicle traveling at a high rate of speed through a neighborhood with lots of children playing outside. He told an officer he parked his car in the road so that when the driver returned he could obtain the license plate number and report it. The woman driver returned at a high rate of speed and skidded to a stop, hitting the mans vehicle. After a short argument, the woman returned to her car and sped away without giving any information to the man whose car she had hit. From witnesses, an officer obtained information about the vehicle license number and the drivers name. An investigation is ongoing.
2:16 p.m. June 16; a resident of the 17800 block of Sue Lane reported to police that another man who was embroiled in an argument with the resident threatened to throw a lighted road flare inside the other mans home and burn it down.
4:48 p.m. June 27; police are investigating a business in the 37300 block of Ruben Lane for not paying its assessment of transit tax.
LOST AND FOUND
4 p.m. June 24; a Sandy man told police his wallet had been either lost or stolen on a SAM bus. The wallet had a large sum of cash inside, the man said, but there are no suspects.Add a comment