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June 1: 9:31 am: Foot Patrol – 35000 block, Camp Creek Rd.

10:13 am: Reckless Driving – Deerhorn Rd. & McK. Hwy. Caller advises two log trucks are bypassing scales on McK. Hwy. They were driving too fast on Holden Creek Lane when caller tried to get out of driveway. Involved is a red truck, short logger, 2 trailers & a blue truck.

by Sarah Craig
Thursday, June 15th, marks the last day of the outdoor burning season for most Lane County residents. Lane County Fire Defense Board closes the spring outdoor burning season every summer as fire season approaches. High temperatures and elevated fire risk keep the season closed until the fall outdoor burning season begins in early October.

May 25: 9:00 am: Burglary – 9000 block, Thurston Rd. Taken – Guns, unknown how many at this time.
2:44 pm: Unlawful Use of Vehicle – 59000 block, N. Belknap Springs Rd. Complainant advised he parked his John Deere Gator when he went to lunch, came back & it was gone. Boss advised he saw a jacked up 90’s white Ford truck with a Gator in back, thought at the time it looked very similar. Truck was headed westbound on Hwy. 126. Gator is green with a glass-enclosed cab.

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