Bend City Police Blotter – Week of Aug 30
Sep 08,2006 00:00 by Bend Weekly News Sources

During the week, there were 15 reports of vehicle break-ins, with an estimated value of stolen items at $5,889.  Of the 15 reports, ten vehicles were unlocked.  There were a total of three bicycle thefts, two unlocked, with an estimated value of $1,700.  DUII arrests totaled six, and there were 25 warrant arrests made.  Seven vehicles were impounded when the drivers were found to have suspended licenses, or none at all.

§         8/28. A Bend couple residing at a Bachelor Lane address was arrested for the manufacture of marijuana, possession of meth, and four counts of endangering the welfare of a minor when a search warrant was served.

§         8/28. Oregon State Police notified Bend PD that a Warm Springs man was attempting to purchase a firearm at the Sportsmens Warehouse. The man had failed to appear in court on charges of DUII and reckless driving, and had outstanding warrants. He was arrested and was prohibited from purchasing the weapon.

§         8/28. A man upset over a property line dispute approached neighbors carrying two knives with blades exposed. He was arrested for unlawful use of a weapon.

§         8/29. A Redmond woman left her three children alone in the car while she was having her hair done, and was arrested for second-degree child neglect.  She was also found to have a warrant for failure to appear on a previous child neglect charge.

§         8/29. A Bend woman was arrested for possession of meth after she crashed her Oldsmobile into a ditch near Les Schwab.

§         8/30. A Bend man was contacted regarding an outstanding warrant for violation of parole. When officers told him he was under arrest and to place his hands on the hood of the police car, he ran a distance before being captured.  Additional charges include possession of meth and third-degree escape.

§         8/31. An unknown suspect cut wires to the circuit breaker, entered the Pretty Pussy Cat, and stole about 200 pornographic DVDs valued at $10,000.

§         9/1. A Redmond woman was arrested for shoplifting and conspiracy when she and two friends agreed to steal from Shopko. All subjects were arrested.

§         9/3. Owners of China Wok reported that as they were leaving the restaurant a vehicle on Highway 97 shot a metal ball bearing, breaking their 5’ x 6’ window. Damage is estimated at $1,000. The ball was recovered and entered into evidence.

§         9/3. An unknown person rammed their vehicle into the rear sliding door of CT’s Tires and stole an undetermined amount of cash.

§         9/4. Reports indicate that a mobile home, separated with plastic sheeting in preparation to relocate, was broken into.  Missing items, among others, include an antique coin collection valued at $5,000 and a diamond ring worth $3,000.

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