McKenzie River Reflections - Make the McKenzie Connection!

2017, June 8 Sheriff's Reports


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.

4:47 pm: Civil Problem – 87000 block, Dowdy Lane.

10:01 pm: Missing Person – 45000 block, McK. Hwy. Involved vehicle is a white Ford F150 pickup with a canopy, 2 occupants – male driver. Daughter is trying to find them, unknown direction of travel. Male is 6’, 210 lbs., gray hair, blue eyes, wears glasses. Female is 5’ 2”, gray hair, brown eyes.

11:09 pm: Vehicle Stop – McK. Hwy. & River St.

May 26: 10:43 am: Assist, Follow Up – 3900 block, Howard Rd.

5:13 pm: Assist, Information – 38000 block, McDonald Ln.

8:38 pm: Vehicle Stop – 89000 block, Old Mohawk Rd.

May. 27: 9:11 am: Burglary – 9000 block, Thurston Rd. Caller advises house was broken into again last night. Involved came through back door, took money, guns.

12:52 am: Assault – 91000 block, Blue River Reservoir Rd. Male approached complainant’s campsite, advised them to be quiet & shot a gun. Bullet was heard “whizzing” past them. Male threatened that if he heard them again he would smash their faces in. Male is camped 50 yards away. Subject is in his 30’s, 5’ 10”, bald, wearing gray shirt & shorts. 00:55: Caller’s friend just came back to the site saying the subject is “going after his wife.” 1:36: Complainant says subject struck his wife in front of all of them & the kids. Wife declined any assistance from caller saying it would only cause more problems. 2:20: Female advised she is injured but declined ambulance.

1:11 pm: Medical Info Call – 90000 block, Hill Rd.

2:46 pm: Patrol Check – W. King Rd. & McK. River Dr.

3:29 pm: Suspicious Conditions – Marcola Rd. & Maple Ln.

7:42 pm: Assist, Follow Up – Marcola area.

8:44 pm: Suspicious Subject – 90000 block, Sunderman Rd. Caller was walking, advised she saw a male walk out of the bushes with a pink baby blanket around his head & his pants half way down. He appeared to be cooling something. Caller & her husband talked to the male. They asked if he was okay & he nodded, “Yes.” Caller was not able to see if he was actually coddling a baby. Subject is in his mid-20’s, 5’ 7”, thin, wearing light blue jeans & blanket around his head.

May 28: 7:38 am: Suspicious Conditions – 92000 block, Mar-cola Rd. Caller woke up this morning & the Mohawk River is all muddy. Caller says in the past when this has happened someone has dumped something upriver they shouldn’t have.

7:42 am: Suspicious Vehicle – Mp. 4, Marcola Rd.

1:13 pm: Unknown Problem – 8600 block, Easy Ln.

1:39 pm: Disoriented Subject – 9000 block, McK. Hwy. Male subject walked onto caller’s property, said something about living in a care facility in Springfield. Involved is 75, thin, gray hair, wearing Navy sweats & Quicksilver T-shirt, boots. A Good Samaritan had stopped in the middle of the highway as the male was walking across in front of traffic. Caller is going to try to keep the male occupied until a deputy can arrive.

2:15 pm: Weapon, Shots Fired – 50000 block, McK. Hwy. Neighbor has been shooting off rounds in his back yard. Caller doesn’t think he should be doing that for so long. Caller was advised it is not illegal to shoot in a safe manner in the county.

6:16 pm: Suspicious Vehicle – Robinson Lake Rd. & McK. Hwy. A silver or blue Mitsubishi sedan is parked at the trailhead with a wilderness permit from last year & the remnants of a citation or business card that looked like it had been there for several months. Complainant says the snow just melted so he thinks he is one of the first people to be up the road, is concerned the driver may be missing.

8:35 pm: Vehicle Stop – Camp Creek Rd. & Upper Camp Creek Rd.

May 29: 2:05 am: Vandalism, Criminal Mischief – 91000 block, Blue River Reservoir Rd. Caller’s friend was assaulted & threatened. Caller & friends are camping, were asleep. A group of 4 males showed up, began ripping through tents until they found caller’s friend, beat him up. Suspect vehicle is a white Nissan Pathfinder. Declining medics. 02:07: Basically the main subject put victim in a headlock, 2 others were punching him.

6:42 pm: Vehicle Stop – McK. Hwy. & Leaburg Dr.

7:36 pm: Vehicle Stop – McK. Hwy. & McK. River Dr.

May 30: 8:51 am: Reckless Driving – Marcola d. & Camp Creek Rd.

9:52 am: Unknown Problem – 46000 block, McK. Hwy.

10:45 am: Threat, Harassment – 48000 block, McK. Hwy.

11:17 am: Incomplete 911 Call – 88000 block, Keola Ln. Unknown activation.

4:19 pm: Burglary – 36000 block, Goats Rd. Subjects were able to lift a window open to access the home. Unsure what was taken.

8:53 pm: Disturbance, Dispute – 87000 block, Dowdy Ln. Report of verbal dispute with landlord who is trying to evict caller illegally. Landlord has turned the power off in the house. Caller says it has not been 30 days. Caller rents a room at location. 22:22: Caller is very frustrated that he is now homeless. He is running out of gas in his truck, saying his stuff is being moved out of his room & put in the yard. Caller was advised he can go back to location because it is considered his legal residence.

9:27 pm: Civil Service – 39000 block, Hileman Rd.

May 31: 7:55 am: Disturbance, Dispute – 87000 block, Dowdy Ln.

4:24 pm: Criminal Trespass – 52000 block, McK. Hwy. Caller’s gate was pushed forward & side gate was pushed over this morning.

10:04 pm: Suspicious Vehicle – Walterville Ln. & Page Ln.

Comments as reported may not be complete or accurate. If further information is required contact the Lane County Sheriffs Office.


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