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Posted on: March 1, 2018

EPD on the Beat - March 2018

On March 29, EPD responded to 270 calls for service and made 22 arrests. The average number of calls for service over the last seven days is 235 and the average number of arrests over the last seven days is 25. The number of calls for service on this day last year was 268, and the number of arrests was 28. Over the last three years, the average number of calls for service received on March 29 is 232, and the average number of arrests, 24. 

 

03/30/18 02:01, RIVER RD/MARION LN

DUII/Reckless Driving/Hit and Run – Case 1805091

A police officer patrolling the area observed a green 1995 Jeep Wrangler traveling northbound at a high rate of speed and failing to maintain a single lane. The officer conducted a traffic stop of the vehicle and contacted the driver, Hilaree Anne Macpherson, age 30, of Eugene. During the investigation police received information of a Hit and Run involving the described Jeep Wrangler that crashed into a parked Nissan Altima on East 20th Avenue a short time before, and observed significant damage to the front driver side of the vehicle. Following contact with MacPherson, she was arrested and transported to the Lane County Jail for DUII, Reckless Driving and Hit and Run.


03/29/18 22:43, 100 BLCOK OF I-105 EB

Reckless Endangering/DUII/Hit and Run/Reckless Driving/Elude Vehicle – Case 1805087

A police officer patrolling the area observed a 2009 Honda Accord that was traveling westbound in the eastbound lanes of I-105. The officer attempted to conduct a traffic stop of the vehicle and it failed to yield to police and eventually pulled over in the parking lot of Jackson’s Market on West 7th Avenue. Police contacted the driver, Leslie Rae Burnette, age 37, of Eugene, and received information that she had struck another vehicle while merging onto I-105 eastbound from southbound Delta Highway, and was traveling directly toward the Ford Focus, and struck the side of the vehicle as it attempted to merge into the number one lane to avoid the oncoming Accord. During contact with, Burnette, police observed damage consistent with the information from the crash and after further investigation, arrested her for DUII, Hit and Run, Reckless Driving, Elude Vehicle and Reckless Endangering. She was transported to the Lane County Jail on the charges.


03/29/18 19:48, 600 BLOCK OF BELTLINE

Possession of Meth/UUV – Case 1805083

Police responded to information of a vehicle that had been stolen on March 28 and was traveling westbound on Beltline. A police officer who was in the area located the described Nissan truck and conducted a traffic stop of the vehicle. The officer contacted the driver, Dylan McKoy Haines, age 21, of Eugene, and the passenger, Jacob Ferris Arbogast, age 24, of Eugene, and found information to arrest Haines for Unauthorized Use of a Vehicle, and Arbogast for Possession of Methamphetamine. Both were transported to the Lane County Jail on the charges.

 

03/29/18 03:42, E 11TH AVE/PATTERSON ALY

DUII/Reckless Driving – Case 1805024

Police responded to the area regarding a possible DUII driver of a 2013 Volkswagen CC that was observed weaving in the roadway before pulling into the lower level of the parking garage near West 10th Avenue and Charnelton Street. The police officer located the vehicle and contacted the driver Phoenix Beau Marie Lacque, age 21, of Eugene. After further investigation, she was arrested and transported to the Lane County Jail for DUII and Reckless Driving.


On March 28, EPD responded to 257 calls for service and made 26 arrests. The average number of calls for service over the last seven days is 236 and the average number of arrests over the last seven days is 22. The number of calls for service on this day last year was 265, and the number of arrests was 26. Over the last three years, the average number of calls for service received on March 28 is 232, and the average number of arrests, 27. 

 

03/29/18 04:21, W 11TH AVE/COMMERCE ST

Driving While Suspended/Warrant – Case 1805025

A police officer in the area conducted a traffic stop of a Dodge Neon regarding the visibility of the rear license plate and contacted the driver, Timothy Wayne Emra, age 41, of Eugene. During contact with Emra, police found information to arrest him for Driving While Suspended and a warrant.


03/28/18 22:05, I105 EB/RIVER WILLAMETTE

DUII/Reckless Driving – Case 1805017

A police officer patrolling the area conducted a traffic stop of a green 2005 Ford Escape after it was observed traveling with the passenger side tires on the white dotted lane and continued at a high rate of speed as it entered onto I-105 eastbound, and subsequently failed to activate the turn signal as it moved from the number one lane toward the number three lane. The officer contacted the driver, Nikolai Paul Volkoff, age 32, of Eugene, and after further investigation, he was arrested for DUII and Reckless Driving. He was also cited for Failure To Signal Lane Change. 


03/28/18 16:36, 1099 OLIVE ST

Intimidation 2, Menacing, Harassment, and Interfering with Public Transportation – Case 1804997

On March 28 at 4:36 p.m., an LTD security officer contacted Michael William Schemmer, age 54, of Eugene, who was trespassed from the LTD Bus Station, 1099 Olive Street. Several LTD security officers contacted Schemmer on the bus. When an officer contacted Schemmer and handed him a citation, Schemmer slapped it out of the officer’s hand. Schemmer was escorted off the premises by security. Once he was released, he raised his cane over his head as if he was going to swing it at the officer who handed him the citation and threatened the officer with the cane while using a racial slur multiple times. Schemmer was detained by security and EPD responded and conducted an investigation. During the investigation, Schemmer refused to answer questions and made veiled threats to kill the investigating EPD officer as well as the security officers. While he was being searched incident to arrest, Schemmer kicked an EPD officer in the knee. After the investigation, Schemmer was transported to Lane County Jail for Intimidation 2, Menacing, Harassment, and Interfering with Public Transportation.


03/28/18 10:01, 725 W 1ST AVE

Theft 1, Posession of Methamphetamine – Case 1804998

On March 28 at 10:01 a.m., an EPD officer was dispatched to 725 W. 1st Avenue regarding a the theft of a custom bike from the business, which had occurred sometimes between March 23 and March 26. When the officer got there, he was told the victim had left the location and was out actively looking for the bike and had just spotted someone with it walking at Maurie Jacobs Park. EPD’s officer responded to the park and the victim provided information describing the person with the bike and his direction of travel, which was toward the Willamette River. The officer located the suspect, later identified as Derek David Davia, age 44, of Eugene. He had a knife in his front pocket and a hatchet in his back pocket. Two officers took Davia into custody without incident. Davia was found to be in possession of methamphetamine. Davia was charged with Theft 1 and Unlawful Possession of a Controlled Substance Methamphetamine.


03/28/18 23:12, 199 W 7TH AVE/CHARNELTON ST

DUII, Reckless Driving – Case 1805019

An officer spotted a man pull away from a curb without his headlights in a Maza pickup truck near W. 7th Avenue and Olive Street. The driver quickly put the lights on, but eventually drove the wrong way down W. 7th Avenue. The officer initiated a traffic stop and upon contacting the driver, Shane Theron Weber, age 29, of Vida, the officer suspected impairment. After an investigation, Weber was charged with DUII and Reckless Driving.


03/28/18 19:11, 99 W 8TH AVE/OLIVE ST

Criminal Mischief II, Disorderly Conduct, Interfering with Police and Resisting Arrest – Case 1805005

Police were called regarding a man, later identified as Glenn Matthew Grimes, age 33, who was breaking out vehicle windows. They responded and found Grimes and he initially refused to sit down. The investigation found that Grimes had run by a vehicle and hit the side view mirror, breaking it. There was a second victim vehicle with the driver’s side mirror cracked. Grimes had been reported acting aggressively with several people. During the investigation, Grimes became agitated, tensed up and kicked at officers. He was moved to the patrol vehicle, where officers had to apply restraints to keep him from kicking them. Grimes was lodged at the jail for Criminal Mischief II, Disorderly Conduct, Interfering with Police and Resisting Arrest.


On March 27, EPD responded to 224 calls for service and made 21 arrests. The average number of calls for service over the last seven days is 245 and the average number of arrests over the last seven days is 24. The number of calls for service on this day last year was 270, and the number of arrests was 17. Over the last three years, the average number of calls for service received on March 27 is 235, and the average number of arrests, 27. 

 

03/27/18 18:36, 555 HIGH ST

Warrants, Interfering with a Peace Officer, Escape III and Unlawful Possession of a Firearm – Case 1804947

An officer was on patrol near the Ferry Street Bridge and spotted a man, later identified as Russel Dalton Ward, age 23, of Eugene, urinating by a large tree within public view. The officer contacted him at the corner of E. 5th Avenue and High Street and ordered him to take a seat several times, but Ward ran off. The officer who had contacted him, plus another officer, pursed Ward on foot. Ward didn’t comply with commands to stop, but ended up tripping over a bush on the sidewalk and falling down in the street. The officers took him into custody. He was found to be in possession of a handgun, and butane honey oil, and he had two warrants. He was not allowed to possess a handgun and he was charged with warrants, Interfering with a Peace Officer, Escape III and Unlawful Possession of a Firearm.

 

03/27/18 18:15, 155 BLAIR BLVD

Criminal Mischief – Case 1804942

Officers were sent to respond to reports a disorderly subject was breaking windows at businesses. They arrived in the area and located the suspect, Tyson David Hales, age 35, of Eugene, and stopped him. Two very large windows were broken at Ninkasi, and there were two windows at Tyree Oil that were also broken. Hales was charged with two counts of Criminal Mischief 1.

 

03/27/18 08:35, W BROADWAY/CHARNELTON ST

Disorderly Conduct – Case 1804912

A police officer in the area observed a male subject running in the roadway and yelling, attempting to incite a fight with numerous bystanders. Police contacted the subject, Donald Robert Haney, age 35, who continued to yell and behave erratically. He was arrested for Disorderly Conduct and transported to the Lane County Jail.  


On March 26, EPD responded to 244 calls for service and made 22 arrests. The average number of calls for service over the last seven days is 245 and the average number of arrests over the last seven days is 23. The number of calls for service on this day last year was 192, and the number of arrests was 23. Over the last three years, the average number of calls for service received on March 26 is 197, and the average number of arrests, 25. 


03/26/18 16:21, GARFIELD ST/W 10TH AVE

Possession of Methamphetamine/Resisting Arrest/Warrant – Case 1804900

Police responded to the area regarding a dispute and contacted the described female subject, Kayla Renee Hampton, age 30, of Springfield. During contact with Hampton, police found information to arrest her on two warrants and for Possession Methamphetamine. During the arrest, Hampton struggled, and repeatedly kicked at the officer and received an additional charge of Resisting Arrest. She was transported to the Lane County Jail on the charges.

 

03/26/18 12:08, 784 BETHEL DR

Criminal Trespass 1/Warrants - Case 18-04855

Officers responded to the residence to assist an outside agency (City Code Enforcement) with an abatement process after complaint calls about squatters on the property causing damage. The process included making sure the residence was vacant, and boarding it up as it was deemed a dangerous dwelling. An officer knocked on the door for about five minutes with no answer. As he stepped away to locate another entry, the front door opened and closed suddenly. He knocked on the door some more, with no answer. Officers tried knocking on other doors, with no response, although there were sounds from inside. Officers then entered the residence and found 10 individuals, including three individuals with warrants for their arrest.

  • Jeffrey Lee Stonefield, age 54, had a Failure to Appear for Theft 3.
  • Raul Hernandez, Jr., age 31, Failure to appear for Criminal Trespass 1 and Harassment.
  • Rorey Paul Dane, age 39, Parole Violation Warrant for Unlawful Possession Controlled Substance Methamphetamine.

The other individuals were cited in lieu of custody for Criminal Trespass 1. 

  • James Allen Young, age 58
  • Jessie William Toler, age 25
  • Kaitlin Olivia Fowler, age 21
  • Dina Carrion, age 53
  • James Dean Olson, age 56
  • Kaleena Dawn Dixon, age 27
  • Nicole Elizabeth Crump, age 37

 

03/25/18 23:37, 1400 BLOCK OF PEARL ST

Felon In Possession Restricted Weapon/Warrant – Case 1804860

Police responded to the 1400 block of Pearl Street regarding a trespasser on the property. Police contacted the suspect, Aaron Joseph Powell, age 44, of Eugene, and found information to arrest and transport him to the Lane County Jail on a warrant and Felon In Possession of a Restricted Weapon (knife).


Last week (Sunday, March 18 – Saturday March 24) EPD responded to 1,746 calls for service and made 157 arrests. The average number of calls for service over the last four weeks is 1,730 with 168 arrests. The number of calls for service during the same week last year was 1,669 with 201 arrests. Over the last three years, the average number of calls for service for this period was 1,596 and there were 233 arrests.

 

On March 25, EPD responded to 197 calls for service and made 25 arrests. The average number of calls for service over the last seven days is 249 and the average number of arrests over the last seven days is 22. The number of calls for service on this day last year was 204, and the number of arrests was 28. Over the last three years, the average number of calls for service received on March 25 is 223, and the average number of arrests, 36. 

 

03/25/18 12:57, 900 BLOCK OF E 19TH AVE

DUII – Case 1804835

Police responded to Edison Elementary on East 22nd Avenue regarding a black Kia Rio that pulled up to the school and a male passenger who exited the vehicle and broke a window on the first floor of the building. The vehicle was then observed traveling north on Agate Street and was located by police on East 19th Avenue. Police contacted the driver, Clifton Slade Reynolds, age 21, of Cave Junction, and the 15-year-old male passenger, and arrested Reynolds for DUII. The passenger, also from Cave Junction, was arrested for Criminal Mischief in the Second Degree and Minor In Possession of Liquor.

 

03/25/18 07:58, 2500 TAYLOR ST

Unlawful Entry Motor Vehicle/Possession Burglary Tools – Case 1804834

Police responded to the location regarding a male subject who had broken into a vehicle and was observed inside the vehicle when police arrived. The officer contacted the suspect, Jacob Colby Lane, age 27, and found information to arrest him for Unlawful Entry of a Motor Vehicle and Possession Burglary Tools.

 

03/25/18 05:08, W BROADWAY/OLIVE ST

Assault Public Safety Officer/Disorderly Conduct 2/Interfering With Police/Resisting Arrest – Case 1804830

Police contacted a disorderly male subject, Geno Terrence McKinney Jr., age 36, of Eugene, who was observed pushing multiple people and displaying aggressive behavior. During contact with police, McKinney continued to behave aggressively, kicked an officer, and resisted efforts from police to arrest him. He was eventually taken into custody and arrested for Assault on a Public Safety Officer, Disorderly Conduct in the Second Degree, Interfering With Police and Resisting Arrest. He was transported to the Lane County Jail on the charges.

 

03/24/18 20:27, 2073 ROOSEVELT BLVD

DUII/Reckless Driving – Case 1804817

Police responded to the area regarding a vehicle that crashed into a fence, and the arriving officers observed the vehicle with front end damage in the landscape between the sidewalk and parking lot of the location. Police contacted the driver, Samuel Ruiz-Cortes, age 28, of Eugene, and arrested him for DUII and Reckless Driving. He was also cited for Operating Vehicle Without Privileges.

 

03/24/18 19:35, 325 I105 EB

DUII, Reckless Driving – Case 1804816

An officer spotted a Honda Accord going eastbound on I-105 and observed it was speeding. There was heavy traffic and the driver of the vehicle stopped in the fast lane. The officer ordered the driver over to the right shoulder using his PA system. The driver complied. When the officer went to contact the driver, identified as Neil Charles White, age 40, of Seattle, Washington, he detected an odor of marijuana and during the contact suspected impairment. White was charged with Speeding, DUII, and Reckless Driving.


03/24/18 14:22, 2580 WILLAKENZIE RD

Warrant, Resisting Arrest – Case 1804800

Officers were asked to respond to a location where a woman and a man had been involved in an altercation. Police located Taylor Philip Rogers, age 28, and found he had a warrant for his arrest and when officers began to take him into custody, he struggled to get away and officers had to resort to a taser deployment to get into custody. He was transported to Jail without further incident and was charged with Resisting Arrest.


03/24/18 04:07, 2100 BLOCK WILLONA DR

Criminal Trespass 1 – Case 1804782

Some teens at a residence heard some noises and found that two people were in their attached garage. They woke their 44-year-old father up and he responded to find two individuals in his garage, who were later identified as Ryan Michael Best, age 22, of Springfield, and Arcelia Marie Vasquez-Smith, age 21, of Springfield. The father confronted the two suspects at gunpoint and ordered them to the ground. They both initially complied, but then Best rose as if to get up before returning to a prone position and arguing with the father. Officers arrived and took the two suspects into custody. They were both charged with Criminal Trespass 1. Best became hostile during his transport to the Lane County Jail and threatened the officer.


03/24/18 02:33, 1857 FRANKLIN BLVD

Burglary 1, Theft of Services, Criminal Mischief 2, Criminal Trespass 1 – Cae 1804781

A University Inn Motel employee found an adult male sleeping inside a room that had had the door frame broken. It was obvious there had been a forced entry. No one had permission to be inside so the employee called 911. Officers responded and found a man, Cody Alroy Bagwell, age 27, of Pleasant Hill, sleeping on the bed. Officers had difficulty waking Bagwell. They handcuffed him and once he was escorted to the vehicle, he threatened to assault the officer and kill him if the officer didn’t let go of him. Bagwell was transported to jail and while the officer was completing paperwork prior to booking him, Bagwell repeatedly struck his own head on the vehicle’s partition. He was charged with Burglary 1, Theft of Services, Criminal Mischief 2, and Criminal Trespass 1.


On March 22, EPD responded to 256 calls for service and made 16 arrests. The average number of calls for service over the last seven days is 264 and the average number of arrests over the last seven days is 27. The number of calls for service on this day last year was 220, and the number of arrests was 31. Over the last three years, the average number of calls for service received on March 22 is 200, and the average number of arrests, 26. 

 

03/23/18 02:40, E 11TH AVE/WILLAMETTE ST

DUII/Reckless Driving – Case 1804714

A police officer patrolling the area conducted a traffic stop of a white Mazda sedan after it was observed traveling in the wrong direction on East 11th Avenue, which is designated for one way traffic. Police contacted the driver, Elizabeth Kathleen Hensley, age 29, of Eugene, and arrested her for DUII and Reckless Driving. She was transported to the Lane County Jail.


03/22/18 18:38, TIMBERLINE DR/BRIGHTON AVE

Unlawful Possession Firearm – Case 1804706/UUV – Case 1715669

A police officer conducting a patrol check contacted a male subject who was in a truck that was parked at the location and recognized the man as the suspect involved in an Unauthorized Use of Vehicle case and found him in possession of multiple firearms. Following contact with the suspect, Travis Edwin Ewert, age 47, of Veneta, police found information that he had possession of a 2017 Kia Soul that was never returned to Budget Car Rental on Highway 99. He was arrested and transported to the Lane County Jail for Unauthorized Use of a Vehicle and Unlawful Possession of Firearm.


03/22/18 15:59, 100 W 10TH AVE

Assault/Disorderly Conduct – Case 1804698

A police officer on foot patrol was flagged down by several people regarding a female subject who punched a 19-year-old woman and was observed hitting and yelling at a 20-year-old man, both who are known to her. Police observed the suspect, Victoria C Saunders, age 20, and she walked away from the officer and ran after being given direction to stop. She was eventually contacted near the Kiva market and arrested for Assault, Disorderly Conduct and Interfering With A Police Officer. Saunders was transported to the Lane County Jail on the charges.


03/22/18 01:32, 1900 BLOCK OF MINDA DR

DUII/Hit and Run/Reckless Driving – Case 1804664

Police responded to the area regarding a vehicle that left the area after crashing into a red 2006 Chevrolet Silverado that had been parked at the location. Police were able to locate the involved silver F150 a short distance west from the crash with significant damage to the passenger side, after it was observed traveling from the location without a tire. Police contacted the driver, James Daniel Walton, age 27, who was at his residence where the vehicle was located and arrested him for DUII, Hit and Run and Reckless Driving. He was transported to the Lane County Jail on the charges.


03/21/18 18:28, 1100 BLOCK HWY 99N

DUII/Reckless Driving – Case 1804656

Police responded to multiple calls regarding a two vehicle crash involving a possible DUII driver at the intersection of Barger Drive and Echo Hollow Road and received information that a 2001 Chevrolet Prizm had been observed swerving, driving erratically and nearly struck a pedestrian in the crosswalk near Beltline and Barger Drive before crashing into the other vehicle. The driver was observed exchanging information with the other driver following the crash before leaving southbound on Echo Hollow road with significant front end damage to his vehicle. Police responded to additional information that the described vehicle was in the parking lot of Strike City bowling. Police attempted to contact the driver, Charles Hayden Howell Jr., age 56, of Eugene, who was initially unresponsive inside the vehicle. Following contact with Howell, he was arrested and transported to the Lane County Jail for DUII and Reckless Driving. He was also cited for Open Container.


On March 20, EPD responded to 294 calls for service and made 31 arrests. The average number of calls for service over the last seven days is 264 and the average number of arrests over the last seven days is 28. The number of calls for service on this day last year was 232, and the number of arrests was 24. Over the last three years, the average number of calls for service received on March 20 is 220, and the average number of arrests, 29. 

 

03/20/18 09:37, W 18TH AVE/ARTHUR ST

DUII/Hit and Run/Reckless Driving - 1804574

Police responded to the area of US Bank on West 7th Avenue regarding several calls for a possible DUII driver in a black Chevrolet Equinox who had ran over a sign and several curbs in the parking lot. The vehicle was last seen traveling in the wrong direction on West 7th Avenue, and was located by police in the area of West 18th Avenue and Arthur Street, and was observed traveling through a red light and nearly striking an LTD bus. Police contacted the driver of the vehicle, Shyla Marie Koontz, age 33, of Eugene, and arrested her for DUII, Reckless Driving and Hit and Run.


03/20/18 08:13, 4100 BLOCK OF W 1ST AVE

Burglary 2 – Case 1804567/UUV – Case 18-04567

Police responded to Parr Lumber for a reported burglary that happened earlier and observed several items in the office misplaced and several storage areas left open and received information that several items were missing from the location. During the investigation at Parr Lumber, police were informed of two male subjects with Parr Lumber Safety Jackets who were unloading what appeared to be stolen items in the area of Superior Silkscreen on Commercial Street. Police responded to the location and contacted the described subjects, Don Darnell, age 43, of Eugene, and Adam Guy Whitson, age 26, of Eugene, who were near a green van that was towing a stolen trailer (Case 18-04567), and found them in possession of several items that had been taken from Parr Lumber. Police also found that the trailer had been stolen on March 19 from Coastal Farm and Home Supply on West 6th Avenue and two male subjects were observed with a van loading items into the trailer behind the supply store. Following contact with Darnell and Whitson, they were arrested and transported to the Lane County Jail for Burglary in the Second Degree, Unauthorized Use of a Vehicle, Criminal Trespass in the Second Degree and Theft in the Second Degree. Darnell received an additional charge of Felon In Possession Restricted Weapon (knife) and Possession of Burglary Tools. Whitson was found in possession of items belonging to a victim that had been taken from a vehicle break-in, and received an additional charge of Unlawful Entry of a Motor Vehicle.

 

03/20/18 04:14, 3600 BLOCK OF W 18TH AVE

DUII/Disorderly Conduct/Criminal Trespass 2 – Case 1804560

Police responded to multiple calls regarding a verbal dispute at an apartment on the 3600 block of West 18th Avenue and observed a male subject seated in a black 2011 Chevy Silverado. Police received information that the man had driven to the location and had been yelling and pounding on the door to the apartment residence and contacted the suspect, Devin Raymond Vogan, age 32, of Springfield. After further investigation, he was arrested and transported to the Lane County Jail for DUII, Criminal Trespass in the Second Degree and Disorderly Conduct in the Second Degree.


Last week (Sunday, March 11 – Saturday March 17) EPD responded to 1,809 calls for service and made 190 arrests. The average number of calls for service over the last four weeks is 1,744 with 162 arrests. The number of calls for service during the same week last year was 1,795 with 211 arrests. Over the last three years, the average number of calls for service for this period was 1,623 and there were 240 arrests.

 

On March 18, EPD responded to 227 calls for service and made 23 arrests. The average number of calls for service over the last seven days is 258 and the average number of arrests over the last seven days is 27. The number of calls for service on this day last year was 258, and the number of arrests was 33. Over the last three years, the average number of calls for service received on March 18 is 252, and the average number of arrests, 33. 

 

03/18/18 18:13, 1300 BLOCK HWY 99N

DUII/Reckless Endangering – Case 1804487

Police responded to the 76 Gas Station following multiple calls for a possible DUII driver. Police located the described 2014 Ford Focus parked half outside the parking space and observed a passenger in the vehicle. The police officer contacted the driver, Esperanza Marie Rivera, age 26, of Eugene, and after further investigation, arrested her for DUII and Reckless Endangering.


03/18/18 17:48, RIVER RD/BELTLINE EB ONRP

DUII/Reckless Driving – Case 1804486

Police responded to multiple calls for a possible DUII driver traveling southbound on River Road near Ferndale in a dark green 2004 Chevrolet Colorado who had been swerving in between cars before it was observed striking a Mercedes that was stopped at a red light. Police contacted the driver of the Colorado, Joseph Allen Wooley, age 38, of Springfield, and after further investigation, arrested him for DUII and Reckless Driving.


03/17/18 23:44, 5300 BLOCK OF NECTAR WAY

DUII/Reckless Driving – Case 1804456

A police officer in the area conducted a traffic stop of a blue 1992 Infiniti I30 after it was observed turning right onto Nectar Way without stopping at the stop sign. The officer contacted the driver, Eric William Tergerson, age 37, of Eugene, and after further investigation, arrested him for DUII and Reckless Driving. He was also cited for Failure To Obey A Stop Sign.


On March 15, EPD responded to 268 calls for service and made 29 arrests. The average number of calls for service over the last seven days is 248 and the average number of arrests over the last seven days is 28. The number of calls for service on this day last year was 241, and the number of arrests was 23. Over the last three years, the average number of calls for service received on March 15 is 225, and the average number of arrests, 30. 

 

03/16/18 01:38, W 11TH AVE/S DANEBO AVE

Forgery/DUII/Reckless Driving – Case 1804338

A police officer patrolling eastbound on West 11th Avenue observed a 2011 Nissan Altima traveling westbound without the headlights activated. The officer conducted a traffic stop of the vehicle, contacted the driver Edgar Alain Becerril-Nava, age 30, of Eugene, and arrested him for DUII and Reckless Driving. He was also cited for Driving Without Headlights, Driving Without A License, Driving Uninsured, Open Container and No Registration. During the investigation, the officer also found that Becerril-Nava was in possession of fraudulent documents and he received an additional charge of Forgery. He was transported to the Lane County Jail on the charges.


03/15/18 22:30, 900 BLOCK OF W 6TH AVE

DUII/Reckless Driving – Case 1804331

Police responded to the 7-Eleven convenience store regarding a welfare check of a possible DUII driver in a silver 2002 Mitsubishi who was unresponsive behind the steering wheel, and had been observed driving the vehicle. Police were able to contact the driver, Marco A Martinez-Martinez, age 31, of Eugene, and after further investigation, arrested him for DUII and Reckless Driving. He was transported to the Lane County Jail and also cited for Driving Without Valid Driving Privileges and Open Container.


03/15/18 18:59, 600 BLOCK OF TERRA LINDA AVE

Reckless Endangering/Unlawful Possession Firearm/Carry Concealed Weapon/Unlawful Use Of Weapon – Case 1804322

Police responded to the area regarding a dispute and a male subject who left the area in a white Ford Bronco after shooting his handgun. Police conducted a traffic stop of the vehicle in the area of River Road and Anchor Avenue and contacted the driver, Cody Robert Lockard, age 30, of Junction City, and found him in possession of the described gun. After further investigation, he was arrested and transported to the Lane County Jail for Unlawful Use of a Weapon, Carrying Concealed Weapon, Unlawful Use of a Firearm and Reckless Endangering.


03/15/18 17:52, W 7TH AVE/CHAMBERS ST

Fraudulent Use Credit Card/Theft 3/Felon In Possession Restricted Weapon/Possession Methamphetamine/False Information To Police/Failure To Register Sex Offender/Warrant – Case 1804321

 Police responded to Shari’s restaurant on West 11th Avenue regarding a male subject who left the restaurant without paying and boarded an LTD bus. A police officer entered the bus, which was parked at 7th Avenue and Chambers Street and contacted the described suspect, Shane Anthony Lewis, age 28, of Eugene. During contact with the suspect, police received false identifying information and found him in possession of an electronic weapon device and credit cards that did not match his identification. After further investigation, he was arrested and transported to the Lane County Jail for Fraudulent Use of a Credit Card, Theft in the Third Degree, Felon In Possession of a Restricted Weapon, Possession of Methamphetamine, False Information To Police, Failure To Register Sex Offender and a warrant.


On March 14, EPD responded to 309 calls for service and made 28 arrests. The average number of calls for service over the last seven days is 240 and the average number of arrests over the last seven days is 26. The number of calls for service on this day last year was 269, and the number of arrests was 33. Over the last three years, the average number of calls for service received on March 14 is 222, and the average number of arrests, 44. 

 

03/15/18 01:12, CITY VIEW ST/W 11TH AVE

Possession Methamphetamine/Warrants – Case 1804267

A police officer patrolling the area observed a female subject who was riding a bike without front or rear lights. The officer contacted the subject, Jaimie Alexandra Howell, age 21, of Eugene, and found information to arrest her and transport her to the Lane County Jail on two warrants and Possession of Methamphetamine.


03/14/18 21:09, 400 BLOCK OF E 14TH AVE

Burglary 1 – Case 1804257

Police responded to an apartment regarding a burglary in progress and located the suspect, Benjamin Tyler Hill, age 32, of Eugene, unknown to the victim, and was found seated in the bedroom when police arrived. Police received information that Hill had entered the location through a window and was kept at the location by the 27-year-old male victim until police arrived and contacted him regarding the incident. He was found in possession of several items from the apartment and arrested for Burglary in the First Degree. He was transported to the Lane County Jail.


03/14/18 18:20, 300 BLOCK OF W 7TH AVE

Menacing – Case 1804247

Police responded to 1080 Willamette Street regarding a male subject who was threatening people with a bladed object. Police received information that the subject was observed swinging the object and advancing toward people and nearly struck a 22-year-old male victim. The described suspect, Rodney Rodell Henry, age 43, was located and contacted by police in the 300 block area of West 7th Avenue. He was found in possession of the described bladed object and arrested him for two counts of Menacing, two counts of Reckless Endangering and Disorderly Conduct. He was transported to the Lane County Jail.


03/14/18 18:15, 1500 PEARL ST

Harassment/Criminal Trespass 1 – Case 1804250

Police responded to an apartment regarding a neighboring female resident who refused to leave the location and hit the 55-year-old victim in the face. Police contacted the suspect, Alesa Nichole Nagy, age 27, inside the residence and arrested her for Criminal Trespass in the First Degree and Physical Harassment. She was transported to the Lane County jail on the charges.


03/14/18 13:25, 2065 RIVER RD

DUII/Hit and Run/Reckless Driving – Case 1804232

Police responded to the area of Wells Fargo regarding a two vehicle crash, and a possible DUII driver of one of the vehicles that left the location on foot and jumped over a fence behind the Dollar Tree. Police received information that a 2006 Toyota Avalon was traveling north and came to a stop to allow another vehicle to turn in front and was subsequently struck from behind by a white 2007 Chrysler 300, which had been observed traveling at a high rate of speed and swerving in and out of traffic. Police located the suspect, Juan Bautista-Raymundo, age 25, of Eugene, who was in the area and contacted him regarding the incident. He was arrested and transported to the Lane County Jail for Driving While Suspended, DUII, Hit and Run and Reckless Driving. Significant damage was observed to the front end of the Chrysler and the Avalon sustained damage to the rear along the trunk and lower bumper. The 77-year-old female victim was evaluated at the scene by medics.


03/14/18 12:25, W 11TH AVE/BAILEY HILL RD

Criminal Mischief 1 – Case 1804229

Police responded to the bus stop regarding a male subject who caused damage to the LTD bus schedule monitor using a solid object. Police located the described suspect, Christopher Lynn Vanorden, age 37, of Eugene, who was a short distance from the location and contacted him regarding the incident. He was arrested and transported to the Lane County Jail for Criminal Mischief in the First Degree.



On March 13, EPD responded to 242 calls for service and made 19 arrests. The average number of calls for service over the last seven days is 244 and the average number of arrests over the last seven days is 27. The number of calls for service on this day last year was 281, and the number of arrests was 25. Over the last three years, the average number of calls for service received on March 13 is 231, and the average number of arrests, 37. 

 

03/14/18 00:03, 3100 BLOCK OF MATT DR

Fugitive From Justice – Case 1804197

Police responded to the area regarding a dispute and contacted the involved subject, Amanda Marie Sharp, age 23, of Springfield, who was found to have an out of state warrant for arrest. She was arrested and transported to the Lane County Jail for Fugitive from Justice.


03/13/18 14:07, 1100 BLOCK OF CHARNELTON ST

Possession of Methamphetamine/Possession Heroin/Warrants – Case 1804159

A police officer patrolling the area observed a female subject with an open container who was trespassing on the property, and recognized the woman to have warrants. Following contact with the suspect, Emma Nicole Day, age 33, of Eugene, police found information to arrest her for Open Container, Criminal Trespass in the Second Degree, Possession of Methamphetamine, Possession of Heroin and five warrants. She was transported to the Lane County Jail on the charges.


03/07/18 20:41, 1045 GREEN ACRES RD

Robbery 1, Menacing, Unlawful Use of Weapon – Case 1803856

On March 7, a loss prevention officer at Home Depot observed a man, later identified as Ethan Allen Guse, age 23, who appeared to be concealing items in his backpack. Guse exited the store without paying and the officer confronted him outside. Guse came back into the store with the officer, but then began to resist and pulled a knife out, threatening the officer with it while trying to keep ahold of the backpack. He ran out of the store towards Delta Highway. A responding Eugene Police officer investigated and then put out an ‘attempt to locate’ for Guse for Robbery 1. Patrol located and arrested Guse on March 12 and Guse was charged with Robbery 1, Robbery 2, Menacing, Theft 2, and Unlawful Use of a Weapon.


03/12/18 13:47, 1040 GREEN ACRES RD

Theft 1, Possession of Heroin, Warrant – Case 1804123

Officers and detectives responded to report of an in-progress shoplifting incident. A suspect, Samuel Derek Remp, age 23, had been observed gathering items for a couple of hours and removing the packaging, then concealing them. Remp appeared to be interacting with another man, Joseph Lyle Fredrick, age 30, of Eugene. Remp left the store and was contacted by officers in the parking lot. He was taken into custody on a warrant. Officers also contacted two people in a sport utility vehicle that Remp had been going toward. The driver was Jennifer Marie Harless, age 25, of Canyonville. Frederick was the passenger. Frederick was instructed to exit the vehicle and he was placed in handcuffs. He had a warrant and there was probable cause to arrest him for Theft 2 from Home Depot on February 25. He was in possession of methamphetamine and heroin and also charged with Unlawful Possession of Methamphetamine and UPCS Heroin. Remp had a warrant and was also charged with Theft 2. Harless was found to be in possession of methamphetamine and cited in lieu of custody for this.


Last week (Sunday, March 4 – Saturday March 10) EPD responded to 1,786 calls for service and made 183 arrests. The average number of calls for service over the last four weeks is 1,770 with 153 arrests. The number of calls for service during the same week last year was 1,815 with 208 arrests. Over the last three years, the average number of calls for service for this period was 1,660 and there were 208 arrests.

 

On March 11, EPD responded to 202 calls for service and made 17 arrests. The average number of calls for service over the last seven days is 255 and the average number of arrests over the last seven days is 26. The number of calls for service on this day last year was 263, and the number of arrests was 46. Over the last three years, the average number of calls for service received on March 11 is 237, and the average number of arrests, 49. 

 

 

03/12/18 03:27, 900 BLOCK OF W 6TH AVE

Criminal Mischief 1/Disorderly Conduct 2 – Case 1804081

Police responded to multiple calls regarding a female subject who had broken several windows and an EWEB meter at the Astro Gas Station. Police contacted the described suspect, Amber Marie Neher, age 33, and observed the damage at the location. She was arrested and transported to the Lane County Jail for Criminal Mischief in the First Degree, Disorderly Conduct in the Second Degree and a warrant.


03/12/18 00:27, 2100 BLOCK OF CUBIT ST

Unlawful Possession Heroin/Warrant – Case 1804080

Police responded to the ampm gas station regarding a trespasser in a green Honda Civic who was unresponsive. Police contacted subject, Colton James Dawson, age 25, of Eugene, and arrested him for Unlawful Possession of Heroin and a warrant, and transported him to the Lane County Jail.


03/11/18 21:48, N DANEBO AVE/AVALON ST

Possession Methamphetamine/Warrants – Case 1804075

A police officer patrolling the area conducted a traffic stop of the driver of a blue sedan who was recognized to have a warrant for arrest. Police contacted the driver, Kody Allen Hodge, age 29, of Springfield, and found information to arrest and transport him to the Lane County Jail for Possession of Methamphetamine, Possession of a Controlled Substance (Schedule 4), and two warrants.


03/11/18 19:48, 4275 BARGER DR

Robbery 3/Assault 4/Possession Heroin/Possession Methamphetamine/Theft 3 – Case 1804072

Police responded to Winco Foods regarding a shoplifter who exited the store without attempting to pay for the items she had placed on her person and caused injury to the hand of an employee who attempted to stop her from leaving. Police contacted the suspect, Lisa Erinna Galligan, age 31, of Springfield, and arrested her for Robbery in the Third Degree, Possession Heroin, Possession Meth, Assault in the Fourth Degree and Theft in the Third Degree. She was transported to the Lane County Jail on the charges.


03/11/18 03:18, W 17TH AVE/CHAMBERS ST

DUII/Reckless Driving – Case 1804048

A police officer conducted a traffic stop of a green Pontiac sedan after it was observed making a wide turn onto Chambers Street and drifting into the bike lane. The officer contacted the driver, Jacob Scott Pusey, age 35, of Eugene, and arrested him for DUII and Reckless Driving. He was transported to the Lane County Jail.


03/10/18 22:48, 4100 BLOCK OF ROBIN AVE

DUII/Hit and Run – Case 1804040

Police responded to the area regarding a green 1998 Subaru Legacy that crashed into a wooden fence and a garden shed  on the 1900 block of Ruskin before pulling away from the debris and driving westbound on Robin Avenue. Police located the vehicle in front of the residence on the 4100 block of Robin Avenue and contacted the suspect, Travis James Herrera, age 31, of Eugene. After further investigation, he was arrested and transported to the Lane County Jail for DUII and Hit and Run. He was also cited for Driving Without Valid Driving Privileges.


03/10/18 22:36, 900 BLOCK OF OLIVE ST

DUII/Reckless Endangering – Case 1804039

A police officer patrolling the location observed a verbal dispute between a man and a woman and contacted the involved subjects. Police received information that the male subject, Kevin Lee Poitras, age 48, of Eugene, was observed attempting to park his 1998 Chevrolet C15 at the location when he drove up on the curb, nearly struck a pedestrian before exiting his vehicle and yelling at the pedestrian and another female subject who was in the area. After further investigation, Poitras was arrested and transported to the Lane County Jail for DUII and Reckless Endangering.


03/10/18 12:18, 500 BLOCK OF E 13TH AVE

Public Indecency/Criminal Trespass 2 – Case 1804011

Police responded to the area regarding a man and woman who had exposed themselves to the public in an area of high visibility marked with a No Trespassing sign. Police contacted both subjects, Trisha Fransene Saultz, age 47, of Eugene, and Matthew Charles Yeager, age 43, of Eugene, and cited them in lieu of custody for Public Indecency and Criminal Trespass in the Second Degree.


03/10/18 08:43, 500 BLOCK OF E BROADWAY

Noise Disturbance – Case 1803986

Police responded to the location regarding a group of disorderly male subjects in an upper story of the apartment and beverage containers were observed being thrown at the group of people who were across the street at Burrito Boy. Police located the involved suspects, Cameron Glen Reid, age 20, of Tigard, Matthew Todd Urness, age 21, of Eugene, and Nicolas Perry Otto, age 20, of Eugene, who were at the apartment, and contacted them regarding the information. Otto and Urness were arrested and transported to the Lane County Jail for Prohibited Noise and Unruly Gathering, and Otto received an additional charge of Minor in Possession of Alcohol. Police found information that Reid had thrown the beverage containers. He was arrested and transported to the Lane County Jail for Prohibited Noise, Reckless Endangering and Minor in Possession of Alcohol.

 

03/10/18 03:59, W 12TH AVE/GARFIELD ST

DUII/Reckless Driving – Case 1803985

A police officer conducted a traffic stop of a green 1996 Toyota Rav4 after observing the vehicle failing to stay within its lane. The office contacted the driver, Allen Livae Odaol, age 41, of Eugene, and after further investigation, arrested him for DUII and Reckless Driving. He was transported to the Lane County Jail on the charges.


03/10/18 01:59, CHAMBERS ST/RIVER RD

DUII/Reckless Driving – Case 1803983

A police officer conducted a traffic stop of a silver 2010 Dodge 2500 after it was observed drifting into oncoming traffic and nearly struck an oncoming patrol vehicle. The officer contacted the driver Cameron Luke Pinto, age 24, of Eugene, and after further investigation, he was arrested for DUII and Reckless Driving.

 


On March 8, EPD responded to 259 calls for service and made 23 arrests. The average number of calls for service over the last seven days is 245 and the average number of arrests over the last seven days is 21. The number of calls for service on this day last year was 290, and the number of arrests was 24. Over the last three years, the average number of calls for service received on March 8 is 224, and the average number of arrests, 26. 

 

03/08/18 17:22, 99 W BROADWAY/OLIVE ST

Disorderly Conduct – 1803903

An officer was flagged down by the manager of Buy 2 Market to report a disorderly man in the area. Eusebio Chaparro, age 29, of Eugene, was reported to have been throwing garbage around on the sidewalk in front of the market and threw his backpack across the sidewalk while yelling obscenities. An hour earlier, the officer had had Chaparro yell profanities at him and mention being tased when he was at Broadway and Olive. As the officer attempted to approach Chaparro to respond to the Buy 2 report, Chaparro walked away and then jogged into the West Park Blocks. The officer was able to contact Chaparro, who appeared intoxicated and then was taken to Detox and provided a citation in lieu of custody for Disorderly Conduct.


03/08/18 14:40, 75 DIVISION AVE

Theft 3/Possession Methamphetamine/False Info To Officer/Warrant – Case 1803900

Police responded to Goodwill Industries regarding a shoplifter and received information that the suspect exited the store without attempting to pay for several items he had taken. Police contacted the suspect, Eric Anthony Brown, age 30, who was at the location and received false identifying information. He was arrested and transported to the Lane County for Theft in the Third Degree, Possession of Methamphetamine, False Information To Officer and a warrant.


03/08/18 12:40, 1080 WILLAMETTE ST

Menacing/Disorderly Conduct/Warrant – Case 1803888

Police responded to the downtown area regarding information of a male subject who had menaced a 34-year-old male victim with a gun, and received information that the suspect was observed running up to the victim, pointing what appeared to be a gun toward the victim at a close distance while yelling and threatening the victim. Police located the described suspect Jack Henry Davidson, age 21, of Eugene, and found information to arrest him for Menacing, Disorderly Conduct and a warrant. He was transported to the Lane County Jail on the charges. Police were unable to locate a gun.

 

03/08/2018 12:30, 1100 BLOCK OF WILLAMETTE ST

Criminal Mischief 1 – Case 1803484

Police received information of a vandalism incident that happened on February 22 involving a male subject at the 6th Avenue/Madison Street EMX bus stop, who was observed marking the hand railing. After further investigation, police identified the suspect as Nathan John Field, age 23, of Eugene, who was at the Lane County Jail on unrelated charges. Police contacted Field and regarding the incident and he received an additional charge of Criminal Mischief in the First Degree.


03/08/18 11:26, 298 COBURG RD

Theft 1 – Case 1803887

Police responded to Pier 1 Imports regarding an employee who had made several fraudulent transactions dating back to December. Police contacted the suspect, Emily Gene Custer, age 21, of Eugene, and found information to arrest her for Theft in the First Degree.


On March 7, EPD responded to 253 calls for service and made 16 arrests. The average number of calls for service over the last seven days is 246 and the average number of arrests over the last seven days is 20. The number of calls for service on this day last year was 223, and the number of arrests was 21. Over the last three years, the average number of calls for service received on March 7 is 223, and the average number of arrests, 33. 

 

03/08/18 00:32, 2620 W 10TH PL

Disorderly Conduct/Criminal Trespass 2 – Case 1803864

Police responded to the Silver Dollar Club regarding a male subject who was told to leave the business after displaying aggressive behavior towards employees. Police received information that the suspect, Shane Kelly Timmons, age 43, of Junction City, was subsequently escorted from the building and continued to aggress employees in the parking lot and refused to leave the property. Police contacted Timmons at the location and arrested him for Disorderly Conduct and Criminal Trespass in the Second Degree. He was transported to the Lane County Jail on the charges.


03/07/18 16:03, E 7TH AVE/OAK ST

Criminal Mischief 2 – Case 1803833

A police officer was leaving the Lane County Courthouse northbound on Oak Street when the officer observed two male subjects at a mail box on the east side of Oak Street. The officer contacted the men regarding the markings that were found on the box and found information to arrest both subjects, Nathan John Field, age 23, of Eugene, and Troy Kem Kronquest, age 54, of Eugene, for Criminal Mischief in the Second Degree.


03/07/2018 08:49, E 10TH AVE/OAK ST

Criminal Mischief 3 – Case 1803297

On February 26, 2018, police received information of a male subject who had wrote on the building of a business and glued images to the building from a magazine. After further investigation, police identified the suspect as Joshua Nathaniel Anderson, age 37, of Eugene, and located Anderson on March 7 at the intersection of East 10th Avenue and Oak Street. Following contact with Anderson, he was arrested for Criminal Mischief in the Third Degree.


On March 6, EPD responded to 270 calls for service and made 27 arrests. The average number of calls for service over the last seven days is 244 and the average number of arrests over the last seven days is 18. The number of calls for service on this day last year was 240, and the number of arrests was 21. Over the last three years, the average number of calls for service received on March 6 is 233, and the average number of arrests, 29. 

 

03/06/18 17:56, 846 W 6TH AVENUE

Possession of Methamphetamine/Warrants – Case 1803771

A police officer conducting a patrol check contacted a male subject who was in the passenger seat of a Volvo parked at the location, regarding possession of an uncontrolled substance. Following contact with the suspect, David Francis Smithhart, age 42, of Eugene, the officer found information to arrest him for Possession of Methamphetamine and two warrants. He was transported to the Lane County Jail on the charges.


03/06/18 15:21, 2 SKINNERS BUTTE LP

Unlawful Delivery Controlled Substance – Case 1803762

Police responded to the area regarding the possible delivery of a controlled substance. The responding officer contacted the described suspect Miranda Sahalie Townsend, age 37, of Eugene, who was at the location and found her in possession of marijuana. After further investigation regarding Townsend’s contact with multiple subjects, the officer found information to arrest her for Unlawful Delivery of a Controlled Substance.


03/06/18 06:06, W 10TH AVE/CHARNELTON ST

Theft 2/Possession of Methamphetamine – Case 1803725

A police officer in the area contacted a male subject on a bicycle after he was observed failing to obey a traffic control device. During contact with the suspect Kevin James Gonzales, age 36, of Eugene, the officer found that he was in possession of methamphetamine and multiple items that had been stolen including a credit card. After further investigation, Gonzales was arrested and transported to the Lane County Jail for Theft in the Second Degree, Possession of Methamphetamine and Theft in the Third Degree (Lost/Mislaid Property). He was also cited for Failure to Obey a Traffic Control Device.


On March 5, EPD responded to 282 calls for service and made 20 arrests. The average number of calls for service over the last seven days is 242 and the average number of arrests over the last seven days is 18. The number of calls for service on this day last year was 196, and the number of arrests was 23. Over the last three years, the average number of calls for service received on March 5 is 225, and the average number of arrests, 24. 

 

03/05/18 13:11, 1800 BLOCK OF W 11TH AVE

Disorderly Conduct – Case 1803685

A police officer patrolling the area observed a male subject in the roadway causing a disruption to traffic, and was subsequently observed throwing objects on the side of the Mini Pet Mart business. Police contacted the subject, Christopher Eugene Hooper, age 39, of Eugene, regarding the behavior, and received information that he had been observed walking into traffic several times during the day. He was arrested and transported to the Lane County Jail for Disorderly Conduct.


03/05/18 12:24, 2100 BLOCK OF LAURELHURST DR

Criminal Mischief 2 – Case 1803716

Police responded to information of a Criminal Mischief incident involving a suspect known to the victim who was observed braking the window to the victim’s truck, which was parked in a cul-de-sac at the location. Police contacted the suspect, Autumn Ferne Lindsey, age 30, of Eugene, who was at an apartment on Bailey Hill Road, and cited her in lieu of custody for Criminal Mischief in the Second Degree.


03/05/18 04:54, 588 BLOCK OF W 7TH AVE

DUII Felony/DWS Felony – 1803668

A police officer conducted a traffic stop 1982 Pontiac T1000, regarding a possible registration violation and contacted the driver, Michael Scott Nevin, age 34, of Veneta. During the investigation, Police found information to arrest him for DUII-Felony and Driving While Suspended – Felony. He was transported to the Lane County Jail on the charges.


Last week (Sunday, February 25 – Saturday March 3) EPD responded to 1,641 calls for service and made 129 arrests. The average number of calls for service over the last four weeks is 1,792 with 163 arrests. The number of calls for service during the same week last year was 1,748 with 186 arrests. Over the last three years, the average number of calls for service for this period was 1,643 and there were 212 arrests.

 

On March 4, EPD responded to 225 calls for service and made 16 arrests. The average number of calls for service over the last seven days is 234 and the average number of arrests over the last seven days is 18. The number of calls for service on this day last year was 250, and the number of arrests was 41. Over the last three years, the average number of calls for service received on March 4 is 246, and the average number of arrests, 37. 

 

03/04/18 13:47, 900 LAURELHURST DR

DUII/Reckless Driving – Case 1803646

Police responded to the area regarding a possible DUII driver in an Isuzu SUV who was observed traveling erratically and drove into oncoming traffic after making a wide turn westbound onto Royal Avenue. The responding officer located the described vehicle at a residence on Laurelhurst and contacted the suspect, Megan Aubrey Phinney, age 33, of Eugene. After further investigation, Phinney was arrested for DUII and Reckless Driving.

03/04/18 01:49, 90 COMMONS DR

DUII/Reckless Driving/Hit and Run/Reckless Endangering – Case 1803631

Police responded to a hit and run that happened in the area of MLK Boulevard and Kinsrow Avenue and received information that a silver 2005 Chrysler Sebring crashed into a white 1994 Honda Civic and left the scene at a high rate of speed without attempting to stop. Police located the involved vehicle at an apartment on Commons Drive and contacted the driver, Skyla Mae Harrison, age 18, of Eugene. After further investigation, Harrison was arrested for DUII, Reckless Driving, Hit and Run and Reckless Endangering. She was transported to the Lane County Jail on the charges.

 

03/03/18 18:08, 1200 HWY 99N

Criminal Mischief 2 – Case 1803617

Officers were called to the Lane ESD offices for report of a disorderly man on the roof of the building. When police arrived, they saw him swinging his arms and stomping, kicking against a gutter drain pipe, breaking it loose. The man was recognized as Adam Murray Buxton Nourse, age 43, and officers yelled at him to come off the roof, which he did. He was taken into custody. As he was put in the patrol vehicle, he began kicking the door and yelling. He called the officer by a racial slur. He was charged with two counts of Criminal Mischief 2.

03/03/18 15:35, 1085 VALLEY RIVER WAY

DUII, Reckless Endangering – Case 1803615

Two callers from two separate restaurants reported a possible intoxicated driver in a parking lot, with a passenger, and who had backed out of a parking space, and driven over a curb. Officers responded and located the involved vehicle. They performed a traffic stop and contacted the driver. Upon suspecting impairment, they conducted an investigation and the driver, Joseph Cody Ey, age 32, of Eugene, was charged with DUII and Reckless Endangering.

03/03/18 10:50, 4900 BLOCK OF CENTER WAY

Strangulation, Assault 4 – Case 1803612

Police were called to a dispute between a landlord and tenant, who are living in the same house with other tenants. When officers arrived, they found the tenant, a 41-year-old man, had gone to the hospital. The landlord, Robert Ryan Davis, age 54, of Eugene, had a dispute with the victim that turned physical. Davis is reported to have choked the victim. Officers arrested Davis for Assault 4 and Strangulation.

03/03/18 13:15, 599 CHARNELTON ST/W 6TH AVE

Criminal Mischief 2, Possession of Methamphetamine – Case 1803609

A 49-year-old woman was driving in the area and her vehicle’s back window was hit by an object, shattering it. She called police, who responded and found that there were two suspects, later identified as Rhonda Lee Bennett, age 46, and Roger Wayne Cross, age 47. Officers found the pair sitting on the sidewalk on the southeast corner of the intersection. The two were detained and both were found to be in possession of methamphetamine. Bennett had a warrant. After an investigation both were charged with Criminal Mischief 2 and Possession of Methamphetamine.

 

03/03/18 08:59, 430 W 13TH AVE

Possession of Meth Two Grams or More, Warrant Arrest – Case 1803596

An officer was doing a patrol check in the area and observed what appeared to be an illicit hand-to-hand exchange between a man and woman. He parked his vehicle and approached the pair and the man ran from the scene, while the woman got on her bike and tried to ride away. The officer caught up to her and performed a person stop. The woman, later identified as Heidi Win Meador, age 30, was informed she had been stopped for riding on the sidewalk and for the activity the officer had observed. She had a warrant for her arrest (failure to appear – Possession of Methamphetamine). During an inventory and search incident to her arrest, she was found to be in possession of more than two grams of methamphetamine. She was charged with Possession of Methamphetamine Two Grams or More.

03/02/18 23:37, 250 W BROADWAY APT

Criminal Mischief 2, Criminal Trespass 2, two Warrants, Fugitive from Justice – Case 1803585

A 27-year-old woman called 911 after a man had tried the handle of her apartment door, and she saw him pull his pants down and pace outside her door. When officer arrived, they heard a man shouting in the hallway and smelled human feces, which were smeared along the door of another apartment nearby. The man, later identified as Joseph Anthony Zeke Zimmerman, age 23, of Springfield, appeared disoriented and was pacing. He had Circuit Court warrants for Parole Violations and was a fugitive from ustice out of Idaho. Zimmerman was charged with Criminal Mischief 2, Criminal Trespass 2, two warrants, and Fugitive from Justice.

03/02/18 21:41, 999 E 43RD AVE/W AMAZON DR

DUII, Reckless Driving, Eluding (Felony), Violation of Basic Speed, Two Counts of Failure to Obey Traffic Control Device – Case 1803581

An officer reported a reckless driver on Highway 99 southbound, who had passed him at approximately 100 miles per hour. The vehicle, a Volkswagen Beetle went through the red light intersection at 5th Avenue. The officer tried to stop the vehicle, but it continued speeding through a residential zone. A bystander called in a good license plate for the vehicle when he observed it go by. Multiple officers flooded the area to find the vehicle, and one located it on Willamette Street swerving from side to side and almost hitting the concrete curb. The vehicle was stopped by police near 43rd and W. Amazon. The driver, Jessica Ann Huerta, age 21, appeared intoxicated and there was an odor of marijuana. She had a 23-year-old male passenger. After an investigation, Huerta was charged with DUII, Reckless Driving, Eluding (Felony), Violation of Basic Speed, and two counts of Failure to Obey Traffic Control Device.


03/02/18 01:06, W 7TH AVE/LAWRENCE ST

Resisting Arrest/Disorderly Conduct – Case 1803524

A police officer patrolling the area observed a male subject walking eastbound in the roadway on West 7th Avenue, and maneuvered the patrol vehicle to prevent an oncoming vehicle from colliding with the man. The man continued to walk away from the officer after being told to stop, and had to physically be removed from the roadway by the officer. The subject, Christopher James McCrea, age 22, of Eugene, continued to behave in a disorderly manner, kicked at officers and attempted to run from the location. Following contact with McCrea, he was arrested and transported to the Lane County Jail for Disorderly Conduct and Resisting Arrest.


03/01/18 22:52, HWY 99N/ROOSEVELT BLVD

Warrants – Case 1803519

A police officer in the area observed a verbal dispute involving the driver of a van, and a male subject who crossed in front of the van in an area of low visibility. The subject, Reginald David Newman, age 51, of Eugene, continued to yell at the driver after the vehicle had come to a stop, avoiding a collision with Newman. The officer contacted the involved subjects and found that Newman had four warrants for arrest. He was transported to the Lane County Jail on the warrants.


03/01/18 02:00, W 9TH PL/GARFIELD ST

DUII/Reckless Driving – Case 1803440

A police officer patrolling the area observed a red 2015 Ford Focus traveling east on West 11th Avenue without any of the lights activated. The officer conducted a traffic stop of the vehicle and contacted the driver, Roman Iboa, age 25, of Eugene. After further investigation, he was arrested for DUII and Reckless Driving, and also cited for Operating Vehicle Without Required Lighting.


On February 28, EPD responded to 260 calls for service and made 11 arrests. The average number of calls for service over the last seven days is 239 and the average number of arrests over the last seven days is 20. The number of calls for service on this day last year was 236, and the number of arrests was 30. Over the last three years, the average number of calls for service received on February 28 is 231, and the average number of arrests, 28. 

 

03/01/18 01:10, 1585 PATTERSON ST

Possession of Methamphetamine – Case 1803439

Officers were dispatched after an individual called to report of someone smoking meth in an alleyway near E 15th Alley and Patterson Street. When they arrived there was loud music playing from inside a trash can area, and that is where they found the described suspect. They contacted the man, identified as Chad Brian Tudor, age 46. He provided consent to search his backpack and police found a substance that appeared to be meth. Tudor was cited for Possession of Methamphetamine.

03/01/18 01:04, 899 RIVER RD/MCCLURE LN

Possession of Meth Prior Felony Conviction, Warrant – case 1803438

An officer stopped a man on a bicycle as he did not have a headlight. The man, Thomas Allen Conrad Jr., age 26, had four warrants for arrest. During a search incident to his arrest on the warrants, Conrad was also found to be in possession of meth and he had a prior conviction for this. He was taken into custody for the warrants and also charged with Possession of Methamphetamine Prior Felony Conviction.

02/28/18 22:32, 1099 OLIVE ST

Interfere with Public Transport – Case 1803435

LTD called police to report a disorderly subject on LTD property. The suspect, Kari Nicole LucierMccomas, age 42, had been on the bus and hitting the door. She had been asked to leave, but refused and yelled racial slurs at the driver. Transit officers took her off the bus and detained her in handcuffs. Eugene Police officer arrived and found that there had been other passengers on the bus when the incident occurred and LucierMccomas had been permanent trespassed from the property. When LucierMccomas was in the patrol vehicle, she continuously kicked and hit the doors and interior. She was lodged at Lane County Jail, without further incident, for Interfering with Public Transport.

02/28/18 18:26, 1099 OLIVE ST

Interfere with Public Transport – Case 1803430

An officer was dispatched after security at the downtown LTD Bus Station took a trespasser into custody. Upon arrival, the officer found that the trespasser, Joseph Wayne Bertini, age 53, had been indefinitely excluded and had an extensive history of incidents on the premises since the exclusion. The officer cited Bertini for some of the offenses including urinating, being intoxicated, and smoking on the premises, as well as standing in front of a bus and preventing it’s movement. He was charged with six counts of Interfering with Public Transportation.

 

02/28/18 14:01, 101 W 5TH AVE

Failure to Register as a Sex Offender – case 1803416

A man, Bruce Lynn Davis, age 55, was reported to have not been registering every year, which is a condition of a conviction for Sex Abuse I. He had not registered since 2014. He was already in custody on another offense, so an officer responded to the Lane County Jail and was charged with Failure to Report as a Sex Offender.

 

02/28/18 08:21, 199 HIGH ST/E 2ND AVE

Criminal Trespass 2, Violation Park Rules, Warrant – Case 1803395

EPD park officers have been receiving complaints regarding illegal camping and littering under the Ferry Street Bridge in Skinner`s Butte Park along the west bank bike trail. Officers had been checking the area and warning people camping or violating the park rules, and providing resources available to them throughout the city for about three weeks prior. This was on average 15-20 people. On many of these checks, the officer encountered Zachariah Dale Humbert, age 32, and each time he has been uncooperative and argumentative. He was advised that he could be arrested in the future for these violations. The officer found Humbert under Ferry Street Bridge on February 28 and his bike and bike cart were partially blocking the path. He was arrested for Violation of Park Rules and he also had a warrant. There were three other subjects also camping nearby under the DeFazio bike bridge. Richard Charles Smith II, age 33 , Katelyn Marie Faye Glass, age 24, and Daniel James Meyer, age 26. Glass had a park restriction. All three were cited and issued park restrictions and Glass was also cited in lieu of custody for Criminal Trespass 2.

 

02/27/18 23:38, 1699 W 14TH AVE/CHAMBERS ST

DUII, Reckless Driving, DWS-Misdemeanor, Failure to Install Ignition Interlock Device, Driving Uninsured, Expired Registration – 1803387

An officer observed a man later identified as Snake Harrington, age 34, get into a Ford pickup truck that was parked at West 10th Avenue, near the Silver Dollar Club. He started it up and drove it into the parking lot of the club and parked briefly, before driving onto W. 11th Avenue. Another officer saw Harrington strike the curb and performed a traffic stop. Upon contacting Harrington, the officers suspected impairment. After an investigation, he was charged with DUII, Reckless Driving, DWS-Misdemeanor, Failure to Install Ignition Interlock Device, Driving Uninsured, Expired Registration. He started to resist at the jail, made derogatory statements and threats, and refused to cooperate. He had to be put in a spit hood at the Jail after he spat at deputies.

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