BEND CITY POLICE BLOTTER
During the week, there were 3 reports of vehicle break-ins, with an estimated value of stolen items at $620. Of the 3 reports, all 3 vehicles were unlocked. There were a total of 6 bicycle thefts, with an estimated value of $5,635. Of the 6 reports, 4 bicycles were unlocked. DUII arrests totaled 5, and there were 13 warrant arrests made. Five vehicles were impounded when the drivers were found to have suspended licenses.
§ 8/10. Witnesses reported they saw a man running from a vehicle he had pushed into the middle of the street in what they believed to be an attempt to steal it. One of the witnesses, the son of the vehicle’s owner, chased the suspect down and held him until officers arrived. The suspect denied the theft attempt and was arrested.
§ 8/10. A Bend woman reported the theft of her unlocked mountain bike valued at $800. The unlocked bike was in her unlocked car when it was stolen.
§ 8/10. A Bend man was arrested for driving under the influence of intoxicants. He admitted to drinking beer & whiskey, and said that he felt the effects of the alcohol. When asked to describe what he felt, he answered “Sadness for your daughter, my daughter, and me.”
§ 8/10. The Fred Meyer Pharmacy reported a Bend man had presented an altered prescription to be filled. The man was cited for tampering with drug records and was released.
§ 8/10. The AM/PM on Greenwood reported being paid with three counterfeit $20 bills.
§ 8/11. Sheldon Development reported the theft of $2,200 worth of spider box connecting cables from a job site. There are no suspects or leads.
§ 8/12. A Bend man reported 2 men and a woman in a 90s model green Ford pickup threw a full can of beer at his BMW, shattering the rear window.
§ 8/12. A Bend woman reported an unknown person threw a brick through the window of her bedroom in her residence on McKinley Ave. Damage is estimated at $400, although nothing in her home appeared to be missing.
§ 8/12. A Bend man reported that five tires on three different vehicles were slashed while parked at his home.
§ 8/12. A woman reported the tire of her 2006 Honda was slashed while parked at the Old Mill District. Several other employees of the Old Mill Shops suffered similar damages to their vehicles.
§ 8/12. A Bend man attempting to get his dog back at the Bend Police Department was found to have an outstanding warrant for driving while intoxicated. He was arrested and jailed.
§ 8/13. In the third incident in two weeks involving counterfeit $20 bills, the Arco AM/PM in south Bend reported receiving one of the false bills.