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July 20: 10:31 am: Reckless Driving – Marcola Rd. & Sunderman Rd. Involved gray Dodge Neon, unable to maintain lane – possibly drunk or texting.

4:03 pm: Theft – 91000 block, Horse Creek Rd. Involved is a scooter stolen off caller’s property.

7:28 pm: Criminal Trespass – 89000 block, Greenwood Dr. Complainant has a camper on property plugged into power & using the poll. 1 male said he would leave but hasn’t. Unknown if there are more.

Closures include a large section of the Aufderheide Scenic Byway (FS Road 19)

Wildfires and extreme fire danger have prompted new fire restrictions and closures on the Willamette National Forest.

June 29: 3:40 am: Alarm – 40000 Booth Kelly Rd.

4:30 pm: Traffic Hazard – Milepost 4, Marcola Rd. Involved is a maroon SUV pulled off the east side of the road causing a traffic hazard because it’s partly in the road. Caller drove by & saw a hand out the window with a white piece of paper, looked like an elderly female’s hand, believes need help. Caller couldn’t stop. 18:41: Springfield PD patrolled area, unable to locate.

RAINBOW: West King Road will be closed from July 24th to July 30th during the Belknap Covered Bridge rehabilitation construction project, which will include a new roof. There will also be bridge work before and after the week of July 24th, with traffic controlled by flaggers.   
The West King Road closure are extends from milepost 0.000 to milepost 0.078. The road and bridge will be closed from 8 a.m. on Monday, July 24th, until 5 p.m. on Sunday, July 30th.

Joshua Montez

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Lane County Sheriff’s Office received a report on July 1st at 1:27 am that someone had been shot at the Mona Campground in Blue River.  Deputies responded to the area along with medics.

Contract negotiations for hatchery operations in Oregon are going into overtime. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will extend its cooperative agreements with Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife (ODFW) for up to 120 days, as the agencies continue negotiating contracts for the Corps’ fish hatchery services in the Columbia, Willamette and Rogue river basins. The current agreements, entered into in 2012, expire June 30, 2017.

June 8: 1:04 am: Alarm – 91000 block, Donna Rd.

3:46 pm: Lost Subject – Lat. 044.032484. Long. -122.273562. Caller went past Cougar Hot Springs, turned onto FS Rd. 19-85 driving for 30 -45 minutes before stopping. Caller is lost, tried to get around a “giant fallen root thing,” clutch is no longer working. 17:51: Tow truck is on the scene.

4:58 pm: Assist, Information – 41000 block, Madrone St.

New rule will take effect in 2019

A new law allowing the salvage of roadkilled deer and elk will not take effect until Jan. 1, 2019 at the latest. Salvaging roadkilled deer and elk remains unlawful until new rules are adopted to implement the new statute.

Claim hatchery fish harm wild stocks

Lower Deschutes Steelhead

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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