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Listed below are recent incidents responded to by the Benton County Sheriff's Office. This report does not reflect all Sheriff's Office activities and is updated as time and personnel allows. Contact the County Website Disclaimer. Contact the County.
Search form Search. Daily Activity Log. Paul is a Registered Sex Offender and had not reported since May 05, and not within 10 days of his birthday. Paul crawled out of the window on the north side of the garage where deputies identified him from his sex offender registration photos. He reported he found a brand new pair of hip waders near the front of his driveway on the block of Sulphur Springs Road, Corvallis, that had the tags still attached.
Deputies went to the residence to retrieve the hip waders and later entered them into evidence as found property. During the stop, deputies formulated the opinion Derek was impaired and unable to operate a motor vehicle safely.
Deputies issued Derek a citation for DUII and speeding, then transported him to his residence where he was released.
The victim had been shot in the right bicep with a crossbow by Richard Augustus Gracey, Deputies transported Gracey to the Benton County Jail, where he was released to jail staff. The caller reported one her the tires to her vehicle had been punctured and destroyed the night before. Deputies took pictures of the tire and gave her a case. There is no suspect information at this point.
They saw a van leave the roadway after driving eastbound into the ODOT gravel pull off, before losing control sliding into the guardrail.
The van sustained very minor damage and was appeared to be relatively slow speed at time of impact. Deputies spoke to the driver and she informed deputies she was unaware the pull out was gravel and held her brake pedal down. No occupants of the van were hurt. Deputies saw very minor damage on the passenger side rear bumper.
The vehicle was driven away under its own power. Traveling northbound on SW 53rd Street, a Dodge Durango crashed into the back of a Toyota Corolla, which was stopped behind a Nissan Versa, which was also stopped for another vehicle attempting to make a left turn onto Willow Ave.
The impact caused the Toyota to travel forward and hit the back of the Nissan. All three drivers had no apparent injuries, the Dodge and Nissan drove away from the scene, and the Toyota was towed. They arrived to find CAR 1 stopped on the eastbound lane shoulder with frontend damage. CAR 2 had turned off the roadway into Garland nursery and had passenger side rear-end damage.
CAR 1 was driving east on Highway 20 at normal highway speeds.
Both drivers were uninjured and both cars could drive away under their own power. Unit 2 was westbound on Llewellyn Road and did not stop at the stop. Unit 2 crashed his vehicle into the side of Unit 1, causing it to roll. No one was injured in the crash. Both vehicles were towed.
A driver hit and killed a deer while in his Subaru Impreza OR. The driver had already called for a tow and was safely off the road. The deer was dead and safely off the road. The driver said he required no assistance. They later issued Hounchel a criminal citation for Identity Theft.
The caller said he was receiving threatening text messages and phone calls from another man on the block of Scenic Drive, Albany. A resident reported a middle-aged male drove a gray Kia Forte into his driveway and took several photos of the house before driving away. The resident was concerned his house was being "cased". It was later confirmed that the man driving the car was a real estate appraiser. No crime found. Deputies were unable to get the motorcycle to pull over. Due to the motorcycle accelerating to about mph, deputies discontinued attempting to stop it.
Toledo Police stopped the motorcycle and identified the rider. On Thursday, June 24,deputies spoke with him on the phone. He was cooperative and stated he never saw deputies behind him. Deputies warned him about his speed and educated him on the risks involved as well as the possible criminal charges he could have been charged with. For unknown reasons the vehicle drove off the west side of the road, through a post, and rolled his car end over end.
The driver was injured in the crash and was eventually extricated and taken to Good Samaritan ER. Baker was cited and released with a new court date. Deputies contacted a man who stated he was currently homeless. Deputies informed him he was on private property, he believed it was BLM land, deputies confirmed it was not. He was told to move from his current location.
A female had parked her car in the lot near the main HS gym for about an hour. When she returned to the car she found the front passenger side window broken out. Her purse was left on the floorboard. No suspect information. Unit 2 was stopped on Granger Avenue at the intersection of Highway Unit 2 slowly advanced his vehicle past the stop line into the westbound Older women in Crescent Oregon ny looking for se of travel on Highway 20 to attempt to see around traffic that was turning right onto Granger Avenue instead of waiting till it was clear.
Unit 1 struck by Unit 2 as he pulled out in front of her. Both vehicles were towed due to damage and the driver of Unit 2 was cited for Failure to Obey a Traffic Control Device. A mail carrier reported finding bones along the roadway. The bones appeared to belong to a deer. Deputies issued Brown a criminal citation for his warrant and a citation for Driving While Suspended - Violation.
Upon arrival, deputies searched the area and did not locate anyone. Coddington and Nolan were both transported to the Benton County Jail. He was issued citations and released. Wilson was cited for driving while suspended misdemeanor. The front seat passenger, Joseph Gomez, 41, was cited for carrying a concealed weapon. Gomez additionally was cited on multiple warrants. Montoya was cited and released. They arrived and spoke with a driver, who was parked on Highway 20 facing east. She there was a large green SUV parked off the roadway on the eastbound side of traffic that attempted to make a U-Turn.
She said the SUV went into the west bound ditch, back onto Highway 20 facing west bound, into the east bound lane sideswiping her car. She said she tried to swerve out of the way of the SUV, but was unable to and it struck her vehicle.
She said the vehicle continued driving west on highway 20 towards Corvallis. She was uninjured and her vehicle did not need to be towed. Deputies were unable to locate the suspect vehicle. He reported his mail box had been destroyed at his residence on the block of Dawson Road, Monroe. He said sometime around a.Older women in Crescent Oregon ny looking for se
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