March 15, at approximately 11:39 p.m., police responded to the Blind Pig, at 2750 Roosevelt Blvd, regarding a disorderly trespasser who was reportedly refusing to leave. When officers arrived, they contacted the suspect outside the business, Skyler Michael Parr, age 30, of Cheshire, and told him that he was trespassed from the location. The suspect did not leave and repeatedly yelled at the officers. When the officer attempted to arrest Parr for Trespassing in the Second Degree, he actively resisted and a Taser was deployed. The suspect continued to physically resist and was eventually taken into custody and evaluated at the scene by medics. He was transported to the hospital and Cited in Lieu of Custody for Trespassing in the Second Degree, Resisting Arrest – Disorderly Conduct, Interfering with a Police Officer, and Possession of Marijuana.
March 14 at approximately 2:43 p.m., police responded to 185 East 18th Avenue for a report of a robbery that had occurred. When officers arrived, they contacted an employee at the store and received information that the male subject was observed attempting to take items from the store by concealing them on his person. When the employee attempted to stop the suspect at the front of the store, he reportedly pushed her away, and was subsequently peppered sprayed by the employee. The suspect was then observed running northbound on Pearl and then east on East 17th Avenue. A short time later, an officer found a person matching the description of the suspect, Tyler Owen Dorry, age 24, of Eugene in the area of E. 16th and Mill Alley. When the officer attempted to contact Dorry he ran, but was eventually apprehended and arrested for Robbery in the Third Degree, Interfering With a Peace Officer – Disorderly Conduct, and a Warrant for Arrest. He was transported to the Lane County Jail.
March 13, before 1:30 a.m., police responded to the 7-Eleven convenience store on 445 Coburg Road for a disorderly subject, who was reported throwing items inside the store. When police arrived, they observed the person matching the description of the suspect, Donald Eugene Mattade, age 36, of Grants Pass, standing outside the store near a 2004 Chevrolet truck. After contacting the suspect, the officer received information that the suspect had driven the truck and it was found that the suspect had Methamphetamines in the truck. Mattade was arrested for DUII and Possession of Methamphetamines and transported to the Lane County Jail.
March 10, at approximately 3:20 a.m., a police officer conducted a pedestrian traffic stop in the area of 16th Avenue and Mill Street. When the officer contacted the suspect, Michael Adren Zoch, age 26, of Eugene, the suspect provided a different name to the officer. The officer told the suspect to wait while he attempted to identify the suspect, and while the officer was looking up the information, the suspect fled. After a foot pursuit, Zoch was apprehend in front of 1640 Mill Street, and arrested on two warrants, Interfering with a Police Officer and False Information to a Police Officer. Zoch also received a citation for a Right Angle Provision, related to the initial contact with the officer.
March 9, at approximately 8:21 a.m., a crash was reported in the area of Roosevelt and Maple. The driver of a 2006 Acura TSX, Jacob John White, age 19, was travelling westbound and drifted into the eastbound lane, where he collided with a Kia Sentra, driven by Kathleen Cartledge, age 48. Both involved sustained serious but non-life threatening injuries. Cartledge had rib injuries and a serious leg injury and White sustained facial injuries. Both vehicles were totaled and White received a citation for Careless Driving.
On March 7, at 10:58 p.m., an officer was dispatched to 1000 block of W 7th Aly apartments regarding a call for service. The officer responding and while in the course of his duties contacted Zalmon Charles Kramer, age 47, of Eugene. The officer found that he had two warrants for Failure to Appear on one charge of Criminal Mischief in the Second Degree, and one Charge of Criminal Trespass in the Second Degree.
On March 7 at 12:53 p.m., an officer was called to the 200 block of W. 8th regarding a suspect, later identified as Joseph Thomas Hilt, age 31, no address, menacing another man with a knife. The victim, age 24, reported coming out his home in response to the suspect repeatedly ringing his neighbor’s doorbell. The suspect produced a knife and held it at his side and then verbally threatened him. The suspect walked away and the victim called 9-1-1 and followed the suspect. The suspect continued to threaten to cut the victim. Hilt was arrested for menacing.
March 5, at approximately 11:10 p.m., an officer responded to a report of a female suspect, attempting to gain entry into a residence on Lawrence Street. When officers arrived, they received information that the suspect, Melanie Rose Hopper, age 29, of Eugene, was banging on the door and appeared to be attempting to get in. The resident opened the front door and told the suspect to leave, but she did not and continued to remain on the property and continued to attempt to gain entry. When police arrived they found Hopper, and arrested her for Criminal Trespass in the Second Degree, and transported her to the Lane County Jail without incident.
March 5, at approximately 4:05 a.m. , a motor vehicle crash occurred at the intersection of E. 19th Avenue and Patterson Street. No injuries were reported and information was received that the driver was traveling above the posted speed limit and hit the pole while attempting to avoid a collision with a bicyclist. The driver, Alex Clay Hobson, age 22, of Eugene, was issued a citation for Careless Driving.
On March 5, at 1:10 a.m., in the 700 block of River Road, an officer responded to a call regarding a person walking southbound on River Road and Park Avenue who had blood on his clothing. When contacted, the officer found the subject was highly intoxicated, had a small laceration on his hand that appeared to be the source of the blood on his clothing, and he had a warrant for his arrest. He was taken to a hospital for treatment of his cut, and then taken to Lane County Jail without incident.
On March 4, at 5:22 p.m., at Broadway and Olive, an officer was dispatched to investigate a theft suspect later identified as Ian Christopher Kerchee, age 40, of Eugene, who left south on Lincoln with some beer. The officer spotted him at Broadway and Olive, pulled onto the sidewalk and stopped. The subject crossed Broadway southbound. He walked to within 8-feet of the officer and challenged another man nearby to fight. The officer told him to stop, but he initially ignored the officer, set the can down and prepared to fight. The other man backed away. Kerchee noted the officer’s presence at that point and started to walk away, eastbound in the street. After repeated orders to stop and sit down, Kerchee complied. He was arrested without incident and taken to the Lane County Jail on charges of Disorderly Conduct, Consumption Unlicensed Premises/Open Container.
On March 4, at 2:45 p.m., police were called to Washington Jefferson Park regarding a dispute. Both involved in the dispute wished to pursue charged. One person provided a false name to police. That man, Santiago Martinez Rodrigues, age 34, of Eugene, was arrested on warrants.