During the week, there were 13 reports of vehicle break-ins, with an estimated value of stolen items at $1,746. Of the 13 reports, seven vehicles were unlocked. DUII arrests totaled seven, and there were nine warrant arrests made.
10/29. A man was arrested for driving under the influence of intoxicants and driving while suspended after being stopped on Reed Market Road near American Way. He admitted to drinking six or seven beers and said he feel asleep on the railroad tracks.
10/29. A Bend man reported the theft of four firearms from his residence on NE Jones Road. His vehicle, a 1986 Pontiac Firebird, was also stolen from his driveway.
10/29. A Bend resident of NE Hollow Tree Lane reported that someone shot her daughter’s second floor bedroom window with a pellet gun, causing $500 damage.
10/29. Kava on NW College Way, Szechuan Restaurant on NE 3rd Street, and Croutons on SW Century drive all were victims of break-ins and robbery over the evening.
10/29. Three vehicles were stolen, and one of the three was set on fire causing a 4-5 acre brush fire. The stolen vehicles belonged to Bill’s Electric on SE Business Way, Mission Linen and Uniform Service on NE 1st Street, and Avion Water on Parrel Road.
10/30. A Bend man with an outstanding arrest warrant was contacted by police as he was working on a trailer in his driveway. He gave a false name to the officer and fled on foot. The officer gave chase, ordered him to stop, and informed him he was under arrest. The man was found to be in possession of methamphetamine.
10/30. A Bend resident of SE 27th Street reported his locked home was broken into and over $6,800 worth of items stolen. Missing items included, among others, a muzzle loader pistol, 18 hand-carved knives, a metal detector, coins, garden tools, a film canister containing loose diamonds, and stereo equipment.
11/1. Graffiti in black spray paint caused $200 in damage to the wall of Pat’s Import Auto on NE Tweet Plaza. Cascade Foot Clinic on NE Division Street also sustained $200 in damage from black spray-painted graffiti.
11/1. A Bend woman was arrested for improper use of 9-1-1 when she called the emergency number six times after being told to call a non-emergency number instead. Her case was routed to the District Attorney’s office for possible mental health evaluation.
11/1. Two metal chairs valued at $200 were thrown off a balcony at the Ameritel Inn into the parking lot of the Old Mill District. An airsoft pistol was found in the same location.
11/2. A Utah resident was arrested in a rental car for driving under the influence of intoxicants after admittedly drinking too much wine at the Riverhouse. When asked where he had been going, he answered “To hell, looking for women.”
11/2. A Bend resident of SW Wheeler reported and unknown person broke a lock and stole an outboard motor. The black 20 hp Mercury was mounted on the man’s boat, and is valued at $2,000.
11/2. A 23-year old Bend man became combative with staff, destroyed property, and refused to leave the parking lot outside the emergency room at St. Charles Medical Center. The incident occurred when he refused treatment of a cut on his hand.
The preceding are excerpts taken from log entries and reports of the Bend Police Department.