October 31The night was busy. Several alcohol-related calls for service to include disputes, assaults, MIP(s), and alcohol overdoses. There were also a handful of warrant arrests and traffic citations. The West University streets were filled with what the watch command reported to be hundreds of intoxicated subjects party hopping in costume to celebrate the end of mid-terms and Halloween. Included in the calls was one at 12:30 a.m., October 31, where several subjects were reported to be damaging a fence at 1364 Patterson. The suspects appeared to be over flowing from a Halloween party nearby and were all dressed in different costumes. They fled the area before officers arrived. Incident number 14248727.
There was a residential break-in at 5:48 a.m. October 31, at 3225 Kinsrow. A female awoke to find a suspect in her bedroom, trying to climb into bed with her and touch her. The victim screamed and the suspect fled the area. Units responded to the area and set up a perimeter and did an area search but did not locate the suspect. The suspect is reported to have stolen some cash. He is described as a black male age 20 to 25, 6-feet tall, medium build and last seen wearing a black sweatshirt. There was no further information. There is probable cause for Physical Harassment, Burglary in the First Degree, and Theft in the Second Degree. Case number 1418881
Sunday, a few minutes after midnight, the victim, a 21-year-old Eugene male, reported walking west on East 15th Avenue with his girlfriend after a costume party. They were dressed as lacrosse players with sticks. He hit a stop sign with his stick at E.15th and Hilyard. He said a man, Blake Lawrence Jones, 20, of Eugene, ran out of a house and charged at him, then assaulted him. During the assault he received a broken jaw and head injuries.They wrestled until other people in the area pulled the two apart. Jones was arrested for Assault in the Second Degree.
Kalen Michael Ruiz, 21, of Lebanon, was arrested Saturday at 8:26 a.m. He had a relationship when he was 18, with a girl he met at a party, who was 14. They subsequently had a child together. He is also alleged to have stolen a recently-purchased large television from a family member of the girl, on May 18, 2014. He was arrested for Sexual Misconduct – Contributing to Sexual Delinquency, Sex Abuse 3, and Rape 3, Burglary in the First Degree, and Theft in the Second Degree.
Officers had information that Jessica Ann Marie Bleyhl, 23, of Eugene, had run over Justin Paul Lewis, age 31 of Eugene in a white Honda Civic on two occasions. They had been in a relationship. Lewis had warrants. On October 17, the vehicle was spotted around 3:05 p.m. and officers began investigating. Bleyhl is reported to have run over Lewis on October 15 around 4:30 p.m. during a dispute near the Buckley House, then fled north afterwards. Lewis is reported to have run after the vehicle. He was taken to a local hospital by a family member. As he was getting a ride to another location after the hospital visit, he spotted Bleyhl’s vehicle at DayNight Donuts, 1500 block of Hwy. 99 N. This was about 8:30 p.m. and he got out of the vehicle he was in and walked to make contact with Bleyhl, who was in her vehicle. He walked behind the car and then reported being run over when she backed over him. She gave him a ride to the hospital. She was charged with Assault in the Second Degree (APA), Failure to Perform the Duties of a Driver. Lewis was taken to a hospital for evaluation, then to jail on the warrant.
Yesterday at approximately 7:14 p.m., several officers responded to Porky’s Tavern, located at 796 Hwy 99 N., regarding an Assault between two males inside the establishment. The 51-year-old victim, who contacted the officer on-scene, was bleeding from his face. It was reported that the suspect, Joshua Daniel Weltch, age 43, of Eugene, hit the victim with a broken stick and struck at his eyes. Weltch was arrested and transported to the Lane County Jail for Assault in the Second Degree and Disorderly Conduct.
On Friday, A police officer responded to a possible robbery on Irwin Way 11:25 p.m. When the officer arrived, he contacted the victim, and was informed that the suspect, Jesse Wayne Kidwell, age 25, of Gresham, was someone known to the victim. The suspect demanded the victim’s bag while threatening him with the firearm, took it, and then sped away in a Chevy Blazer. A short time later, another officer located the suspect’s vehicle parked at The Nile Gentleman’s Club and received information that a person matching the suspect’s description was inside. Kidwell was placed into custody without incident and transported to the Lane County Jail for Robbery 1, Menacing with a Firearm, Theft in the Second Degree, and Unlawful Use of a Firearm.
On October 10, at approximately 11:20 p.m., a police officer responded to a physical altercation at Jameson’s Bar on Broadway. The suspect, Sara Marie Downey, age 30, of Springfield, punched a member of the security personnel in the face after she was told that she could not come back inside the bar. Downey was arrested for Disorderly Conduct and Assault.
Thursday morning at approximately 1:55 a.m., a police officer contacted Justin Morgan Hass, age 33, of Eugene, near High Street and 5th Avenue, for riding his bike without a proper safety requirement. After contacting Hass, the officer identified him as a suspect in an Assault II case, which happened on September 29, in the 300 block of East 12th Avenue. During the Assault, which happened at approximately 4 p.m. on that day, the suspect Hass had reportedly been in a verbal dispute with the male victim, and hit the victim with a metal object in the arm and head. The victim was able to walk to the hospital to have his injuries evaluated, and Hass fled the scene before officers arrived. Hass was arrested yesterday for Assault in the Second Degree, and for Possession of Heroin, which officers found on the suspect at the time of arrest.
Friday at approximately 10:22 p.m., an officer responded to Bruns’ Apple Market at 849 W. 6th Avenue in reference to a disorderly trespasser. The suspect, Thomas Harry Hartman, age 60, of Eugene, was reported to have screamed at the owner and was told that he was no longer allowed at the location. Hartman’s behavior escalated and he threatened and hit the owner of the market in the shoulder. Hartman later returned to the store and was confronted by the store manager, and was again told that he was not allowed there and that he would have to leave, but first pay for an opened package of food that he was eating. Hartman again became confrontational, and took out a pocket knife and pointed it at an employee. The manager, with the help of another employee, detained Hartman in handcuffs until the police officer arrived a short time later. Hartman was arrested for Menacing – Aggravated Assault, Unlawful Use of a Weapon – Aggravated Assault, Theft in the Third Degree – Shoplifting, and seven warrants.
There was a report of three males in the area shooting off paintball guns at Oak/E. 8th at 12:50 p.m. yesterday. Police went to the area, but didn’t find anything associated. They did subsequently find Alimossy, who had been trespassed from the LTD Downtown Station at 1080 Willamette. There was a previously issued, written trespass notice on file that LTD wished to press charges for. Dustin Jon Alimossy, 29 was arrested for Criminal Trespass 2 and Violation of Park Rules. He was cited for Possession of Less than an Ounce of Marijuana. Alimossy was also the subject of a previous arrest noted in EPD on the Beat (online EPD news): at 2:51 p.m., September 23, an officer spotted a driver, 29-year-old Dustin John Alimossy, fail to obey a traffic control device. The officer was able to get the license plate before Alimossy eluded him. Turns out the plate was stolen just that morning. The officer aired the information and another officer saw the vehicle going eastbound toward downtown. Alimossy was able to continue evading that officer and parked the vehicle in an alley. Witnesses identified Allimossy as he was walking away from the car and he was arrested by police. The car was a confirmed stolen and returned to the owner. Alimossy was charged with Elude Vehicle, Reckless Driving, Hit & Run, Unauthorized Use of a Vehicle, Possession of Stolen Vehicle, Possession of Less than an Ounce of Marijuana, Consumption Unlicensed Premises/Open Container, and Warrants.