Oct 29,2006 00:00
Bend Weekly News Sources
During the week, there were 12 reports of vehicle break-ins, with an estimated value of stolen items at $4,285. Of the 12 reports, ten vehicles were unlocked. DUII arrests totaled two, and there were ten warrant arrests made. There were two stolen bikes (both unlocked), with loss estimated at $1,400.
10/14. Office Max sustained $800 in damage to a window when someone threw a pumpkin through it.
10/15. A Bend man reported that he was parked in the upper lot at Central Oregon Community College (COCC), with his Toyota 4Runner next to a van. The driver of the van apparently gave permission to 10-15 college students to kick and dent his van. While repeatedly kicking his van, the students also did $1,000 in damage to the Toyota as well. Officers interviewed several people, but no one admitted culpability and no arrests were made.
10/15. A 17-year old male said that while his car was parked in the upper lot at COCC, an unknown person entered his unlocked Honda Civic and took his CD case from inside. They also stole two shotguns from the car’s trunk.
10/15. Officers responded to a reported shoplifting incident at Costco. When patting down the suspect, the Redmond man said he had a marijuana pipe in his pocket. Officers found a baggy of methamphetamine in his wallet and he was arrested for possession of a controlled substance.
10/17. An unknown subject caused $400 in damage to an exterior window, and $200 to a door-jamb when an attempted burglary occurred at the River’s Edge Golf Course Pro Shop. A pry bar was found inside, but nothing was found missing.
10/19. A Bend resident of NW Congress Street left her home unlocked and when she returned five hours later someone had stolen two Ipods valued at $500.
10/19. Two Prineville women were arrested when they admitted to stealing a set of sheets, a package of pillow cases, and a key chain from Fred Meyer on South Highway 97.
10/19. A $1,200 bicycle was stolen from in front of Albertsons on NE 3rd Street. The owner, a La Pine man, left the bike unsecured.
The preceding are excerpts taken from log entries and reports of the Bend Police Department.