During the week, there were 12 reports of vehicle break-ins, with an estimated value of stolen items at $9,308. Of the 12 reports, eight vehicles were unlocked. There were a total of three bicycle thefts, two unlocked, with an estimated value of $1,150. DUII arrests totaled three, and there were eight warrant arrests made. Four vehicles were impounded when the drivers were found to have suspended licenses, or none at all.
§ 8/21. A Bend man reported someone threw a rock through the windshield of his Toyota pickup while it was parked on SE Bronzewood Ave. Damage is estimated at $250.
§ 8/22. A woman reported someone shot a 3/8 inch metal slingshot ball through the window of her home on SE Tempest. The ball penetrated through one pane of the double-pane window, and the ball was held in evidence.
§ 8/22. Planned Parenthood reported someone attempted to break - then pried open - a sliding window, entered the building, and took a Dell Laptop computer valued at $1,400.
§ 8/23. A Bend resident of NE Hiddenbrook reported someone shot a 3/8 inch metal slingshot ball at his Jeep window, causing $250 in damage. The ball was recovered and held in evidence.
§ 8/23. Officers responded to an alarm at The Disk Space on NE Lytle Avenue and found the storefront window and glass entry door broken. The cash register, cash, and two personal checks were missing. Damage and value of items stolen is estimated at $1,010.
§ 8/24. A Bend man had his 1993 Ford Explorer stolen while parked in the dirt lot that provides river access off SW Columbia. The SUV has a Superman emblem on the hood.
§ 8/24. A Bend man was arrested after he consented to a search of his vehicle and was found to be in possession of a stolen CD/DVD player. The suspect had been seen in AudioWerks the day the item was stolen.
§ 8/25. Cameron Clark Productions reported that a gray plastic cash box containing about $1,000 from the admission tent at Munch-n-Movies was stolen. The suspect is described as a white male, 6’ to 6’1” tall, brown hair, 18-22 years, wearing black pants and a blue “Carolina Tar Heels” sweatshirt.
§ 8/25. A Bend man reported that the window of his Toyota 4Runner was broken out with a large rock, and the center console was ripped out. His $400 stereo was missing and damage to the vehicle was estimated at $550.
§ 8/26. A Bend woman reported a prowler in the area left a toilet on her front steps, tore her mailbox off the street post and took it, and ran her doorbell. Police searched the area with negative results.
§ 8/26. Suds & Shine Car Wash had the latches of four vacuums broken. The car wash near them also suffered similar damage to their equipment.
§ 8/26. Three Bend men were arrested for possession of a controlled substance when they consented to a search during a traffic stop. The driver was also found to have a suspended license and the vehicle was impounded.
§ 8/26. Pacific Line reported someone shattered the glass door of their business on SE Wilson, broke into the candy machine, and took $3.
§ 8/25. A Bend woman reported someone shattered the window of her Nissan, causing $300 in damage.
§ 8/27. A Bend man reported his car was broken into and over $2,000 in stereo equipment stolen. Officers found the ignition switch had been tampered within in an apparent attempt to steal the vehicle.
The preceding Information are excerpts taken from log entries and reports of the Bend Police Department. Oregon