Friday morning around 4 a.m., an officer responded to a report from a 17-year-old female victim, whom the suspect would not let out of the vehicle while driving on Hwy 99. The suspect, Kayli Ann Devoogd, age 22, of Coquille, eventually crashed the Ford Explorer in the 100 block of Hwy 99, and fled on foot. An officer found Devoogd a short distance from the vehicle and arrested her for DUII, Kidnapping in the First Degree, Reckless Driving, and Harassment and Menacing. Officers returned the victim to her mother.
On Thursday at 1:07 a.m., there was a hit and run that had just been aired on police channels. It occurred at the intersection of E. 17th and Ferry St. The suspect, later identified as Ian Leigh Mansfield, age 39, of Eugene, ran from the scene eastbound on E. 17th St. Officers responded to the scene and requested a K-9. As the K-9 began its search, a suspicious conditions call came out at 1888 Ferry Alley. Officers responded to the area and Mansfield was located near one of the apartments, acting as if he lived at the apartment. When he was contacted, he refused to cooperate and then ran from officers. After a quick foot chase, he was caught and taken into custody. Once Mansfield was in custody, it was determined that he kicked in the door to a supply room at the listed location and removed several items and threw them on the ground. He also attempted to kick in two pedestrian door’s at the apartment complex. Mansfield matched the description of the suspect from the hit and run and was charged for numerous crimes from both scenes.
At the hit and run scene, Mansfield had crashed into a wooden pole and immediately left the scene. There was a second hit and run scene at E. 18th and Ferry where Mansfield hit a parked vehicle. He was charged with Burglary in the Second Degree, Criminal Mischief in the Second Degree, Interfering with Police Officer, two counts of Hit and Run, and Reckless Driving. Case 1420142
It was a cold and steady Sunday, November 16, 2014
On November 16, at 4:25 p.m., a man entered Skeies Jewelers, 10 Oakway Center, and asked to see an expensive watch. Once he had it in hand, he fled out the door. He is described as a black male, age 20-30, 5’8” tall, medium build, dark complexion, with facial scruff. He was last seen wearing a red and black baseball cap, dark jacket with a UO on the upper sleeve, dark jeans with design on the pockets. Case 14-19952
EPD Patrol has been looking for Aaron Keith Nute, age 40, of Eugene. He had failed to appear at Lane County Circuit Court on November 14, for sentencing, and had six warrants for his arrest. On November 16, at 4:47 p.m., an officer spotted his vehicle at Patty’s, 241 Hwy. 99. Officers entered the business and found him. He was arrested without incident and take to the Lane County Jail. EPD Property Crimes detectives had worked cases this past summer involving Nute. He had recently pled guilty to a number of counts of ID Theft, Burglary in the First Degree, and Thefts in the First Degree and was to sentenced to 166 months. Case number 14-19954
At 11:27 a.m. on November 16, Dee Ann Acques, age 48, was walking down the alley behind the church at 1166 Oak St. There was a resident of a Calistoga hut who left their residence to go to the restroom. Acques reportedly pried open the door then helped herself to the resident’s property. The resident returned while Acques was still inside. They had a short dispute, and the victim reported Acques threatened to kill the female victim if she called the police. Acques left the area while the victim was online with 911. An officer spotted Acques, and arrested her for Burglary in the First Degree. The property was not located. Case 1419936
Saturday, November 15, 2014On November 15, at 12:34 a.m., officers were dispatched to the report of a loud party where minors were drinking at 2570 Spring Blvd. The original call was regarding the loud noise. When they arrived, officers found juveniles drinking on the front porch, and could hear sounds consistent with others potentially trying to leave out the back of the residence to avoid police contact. There was a strong odor of marijuana. The young female hosting the party, while her parents were away, was cooperative in opening the door. She was compliant with police and she was not arrested, but received a citation for Allowing Minors to Consume Alcohol. Other juveniles were cited for being a Minor in Possession of Alcohol and Possession of Less than One Ounce of Marijuana.
Saturday, November 15, at approximately 1:53 a.m., officers responded to West Broadway regarding a dispute at the Cowfish bar. The first suspect, David Dada Ose, age 23, of Tacoma Washington, was asked to leave the Cowfish because of his disruptive behavior, but refused to do so, and had to be physically removed from the property. As security personnel were attempting to remove Ose, he swung at them and missed, and was subsequently restrained until officers arrived. The second suspect, Mohammed Rashed Almuaither, age 21, of Eugene, was located by an officer while in a confrontation with security at the Davis Restaurant a short distance away. Almuaither, who was with Ose at the Cowfish, had been verbally hostile to security during the dispute and punched one of them in the face. Both suspects were arrested for Disorderly Conduct and transported to the Lane County Jail.
November 9, 2014At 8:39 p.m. on November 9, an officer made contact with Shanna Marie Lanning, age 28, of Oakridge, in the parking lot of the Side Pocket for Trespassing. She had an active warrant. After being taken into custody, the officer found her in possession of methamphetamines, mushrooms, and marijuana. Case 1419570
November 8, 2014 4th, 5th, 6th WatchA fairly quiet night with intermittent spurts of activity. A couple more DUII(s), warrant arrests, and traffic citations.
Party patrol made various contacts in the West University area but overall the parties were sporadic and the foot traffic was light compared to the last several weeks.
November 7, 2014 – Graveyard 4th, 5th and 6th WatchesA pretty slow night for a Friday. A few disputes, harassments, and an assaults APA (abuse prevention act – domestic violence). Party patrol assisted with the festivities in the south and west University areas.
Several DUII arrests were made:
11/07/14 at 05:30 hours, at MLK/Club RoadKatherine Louise Witt, age 31Case 14-19389
11/07/14 at 11:15 p.m., West 6th/Jefferson Paul D Siamon, age 58, of Eugene14-19454
11/8/14 at 2:46 a.m., W. Broadway and Polk Nathan Alan Swan, age 21, of EugeneCase 14-19472
11/8/14 at 12:51 a.m., 5th Avenue and SenecaJeffrey R. Nelson, age 40, of Eugene Case 14-19464
11/8/14 at 1:12 a.m., 796 W. 13thByron Harry Knapp, age 57, of SunriverKnapp was called in by Lane Co Fair Ground security when he was observed driving on the lawn at the Lane Event Center). Also cited for Careless Driving.
11/8/14 at 1:54 a.m.,18th & CharneltonLee McKenzie Offill, age 24, of EugeneCase 14-19468
11/10/14 at 2:11 a.m., E. 10th Avenue and Pearl St.Brendan D ale Ostlund, age 23, of EugeneCase 14-19469
November 4, 2014This morning shortly before 4 a.m., an officer was dispatched to the 200 block of West Broadway, for an Assault. The Suspect, Jesse Vincent Hansell, age 21, was sleeping on the property with a friend when a security guard asked them to leave. When they were leaving the property, Hansell and an unknown male got into a fight in the middle of the street. While the officer was attempting to make contact with the unknown male, the suspect Hansell, was kicking at another officer, and required attention from both officers. Hansell was arrested and transported to the Lane County Jail for Harassment – Simple Assault, Disorderly Conduct, and Criminal Trespassing in the Second Degree.
November 3, 2014 Arson - 394 Blair (Tiny’s Tavern) at 1:22 on November 3, an employee called with second hand information that a male was outside threatening to blow up a propane tank. Officers were unable to locate the suspect, but found evidence of a fire near the tank. 1419145
November 2, 2014DUII/Resisting/Carrying Concealed Weapon Arrest - On November 2, 1:13, at W. 3rd and Adams, an officer stopped Paul Gerstmann, age 39, of Eugene, after a witness reported him being involved in two minor collisions and having committed traffic violations. Gerstmann was arrested for DUII during the stop. When he was told he was under arrest, he refused to get out of the car. It took two officers to pull him out of the vehicle. He had a concealed, spring assisted knife. He was lodged in jail for Resisting Arrest, DUII, Carrying a Concealed Weapon. He was cited for Careless Driving. 1419087
November 1, 2014, Graveyard brief: The night of November 1, started off somewhat subdued but the influx of the population from the UO football game sparked activity downtown and in the West University area. The usual weekend calls included disputes, assaults, and APA (domestic abuse)-related crimes.
Party patrol was very helpful once again in the West University area. EPD had three DUII cars working during the shift, which netted the following arrests:
14-19083 - DUII8th Ave and JeffersonA/ Matthews, Dylan Richard, age 18 of Portland. Also cited for Possession of Less than an Ounce of Marijuana, Driving Uninsured, and driving without valid driving privileges.
14-19088 - DUII14th Avenue & Hilyard on Nov. 2 at 2:25 a.m.A/ Combs, Cody Martin , age 20 of Rogue River
14-19090 - DUII5th Avenue / Willamette on November 2 at 6:17 a.m.A/ Lopez, Edgar Soloria, age 24, of Springfield
14-19074- UPCS Methamphetamine/ supplying contraband
A/ Thorogood, Judy, age 37Thorogood was arrested on a warrant after being contacted on a traffic stop. Once at the jail, Methamphetamine was found on Thorogood’s person.