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OSP Report - Sept. 23

 

September 23, 2021 | View PDF



Sept. 15: 12:34: Police Officer Hold – Hwy. 126E, Milepost 10. Several passing motorists reported a woman was walking in the roadway. The woman was contacted and continued to act in a disorderly fashion. There were clear signs of mental health concerns. The female was placed under arrest for disorderly conduct and continued to resist being taken into custody. The female was taken into custody and transported to University District Hospital and lodged on a police officer hold. The female was issued a citation and released to the hospital for Disorderly Conduct and Resisting Arrest. Involved: 58-year-old female from Springfield.

Sept. 19: 00:52: Hit & Run – 87000 block, Cedar Flat Rd. Dispatched to a single vehicle crash where a vehicle had gone through a fence. The homeowner tracked the vehicle down to Hwy. 126E & Thurston Rd. where he saw the silver Kia and took a picture of the license plate and spoke briefly with the driver before leaving. Responded to the homeowner’s residence, took pictures of the damaged fence. Unable to locate the driver at the residence listed for the vehicle. Searched the area and found the vehicle near Thurston Rd. & 69th St. The vehicle was unoccupied, blocking the lane of travel, heavily damaged with its hazard lights on. Vehicle was towed and a hold placed on it. Involved: silver/aluminum Kia, suspect/vehicle owner, 22-year-old male.

 

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