Bend City Police Blotter - Week of Jul 26
Aug 03,2006 00:00 by Bend Weekly News Sources

During the week, there were 14 reports of vehicle break-ins with an estimated $7,245 in items stolen. Of the 14, 10 vehicles were unlocked. There were also 2 bicycles reported stolen with an estimated value of $620. DUII arrests totaled 2, and there were 15 Warrant arrests made.

§         7/26. Four different builders (Diamond Builders, Cross Country Builders, Pahlish Homes, Five Brothers Construction) reported thefts from 4 different job sites. Items taken included tools, a door, ladders, paint & painting supplies, and a microwave. Estimated value of items stolen is $3,050.

§         7/27. A Bend woman filed a police report stating she made 3 wire transfers totaling $5,200 to an online debt consolidation company. The money was never credited to her accounts, her phone calls weren’t returned, and the web site no longer exists.

§         7/28. A man made repeated calls to 911 dispatch without an emergency. When told not to call back unless it was an emergency, his female companion immediately called back from the same phone and swore at the operator. When officers arrived at the offenders’ residence to issue a citation, they had fled.

§         7/29. A man was arrested for DUII although he denied drinking and refused a blood alcohol test. When he was asked what time he began driving that evening, the 56-year old answered “When I was 16.”

§         7/29. Officers responded to an alarm at a NE 1st Street business to find a front window smashed and a man lying on the floor inside. The man was extremely intoxicated, and didn’t know where he was or how he got there. He was arrested and jailed.

§         8/1. A work van belonging to Northwest Staple Supply had a 3’ x 5’ area spray-painted with pink and green graffiti. Damage is estimated at $900.

§         8/1. The entrance door, and the north side of the building of Star Gymnastics was vandalized with pink spray-painted graffiti.

The preceding Information are excerpts taken from log entries and reports of the Bend Police Department.