Daily Activity Log

Listed below are recent incidents responded to by the Benton County Sheriff's Office. This report does not reflect all Sheriff's Office activities and is updated as time and personnel allows.

4/19/19 – ACCIDENT NON-INJURY.  On Saturday, April 13, 2019 at approximately 12:45pm, deputies attempted to stop a green Acura near 3rd street and Bridgeway for not having a front license plate. The driver pulled into a parking lot of the located on the 1600 block of SE 3rd Street in Corvallis. The driver did not put the vehicle in park before he got out of the vehicle and ran east on Bridgeway. The Acura continued moving forward into Mill Race Creek with a female passenger still inside. Deputies remained with the vehicle to recover the passenger, identified as Amber TAYLOR, 45 yoa. TAYLOR had a warrant out of Lebanon Municipal Court for Contempt. Deputies issued her a citation for the warrant. The male driver was never located or identified. The fully submerged vehicle was towed out of the creek.
4/19/19 – WARRANT ARREST.  On April 19, 2019, Dezmeree Acosta, 32, was arrested on a confirmed warrant at the Benton County Jail.
4/19/19 - WARRANT ARREST.  On Thursday, April 18, 2019 at about 9:30 A.M., deputies observed a vehicle with a broken reverse light in parking lot of Takena Landing. The passenger, Stephanie Ann Bobbitt, 33, aka Stephanie Vannier, had multiple warrants for her arrest. Deputies arrested Stephanie and was released with citations.
4/18/19 - PROBATION VIOLATION.  On Wednesday, April 17, 2019 at about 8:00 P.M., deputies were dispatched to the Transition Center at 555 NW Monroe Avenue, for a report of Timothy Isaac Mross, 34, violating his probation by using alcohol or drugs. Mross is on Post-Prison Supervision and is a Registered Predatory Sex Offender. Deputies spoke to Mross, who had bloodshot watery eyes, an odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from his breath and later admitted to drinking alcohol. Deputies then arrested Mross and transported him to the Benton County Jail. Jail staff advised there was no room at the Benton County Jail to lodge the criminal. Mross was released with reporting instructions to meet his Parole Officer the next morning. Mross was trespassed from the Transition Center until he spoke to his P.O. and was sober, leaving him transient for the evening.
4/18/19 - BCSO ‑ DISTURBANCE/ARGUE.  On April 17, 2019, at about 3:00 AM, deputies responded to a disturbance call near NW 5th Street and Van Buren, where a man was trying to fight strangers at that address. No crime had occurred.
4/18/19 - PUBLIC NUISANCE.  On April 16, 2019 10:58 a.m., deputies issued a citation to a dog owner residing on the 3400 block of NW Terrace Drive in Albany.  The citation was for their dog barking and disturbing a neighbor.
4/17/19 - DWS MISDEMEANOR.  On Tuesday, April 16th, 2019 at about 5:30 PM, deputies stopped a vehicle on Philomath Blvd. near 15th St. for a traffic violation.  The driver, DALE EDWARD TILSON, 43, was subsequently arrested for Driving While Suspended ‑ Misdemeanor.  TILSON was cited and released at the scene.
4/17/19 - MISSING PERSON.  On Monday, April 15th, 2019, at approximately 9:35 PM, deputies were dispatched to a missing person in the area of Tampico Road and Soap Creek Road. Deputies located the caller at Wiles Road and Tampico Road. The man said his girlfriend went missing after using the bathroom. After four hours of searching, it was determined she was not in the area. The woman was later found the next day at her home.
4/17/19 - BURGLARY 2ND DEGREE; THEFT 2ND DEGREE.  On Monday, April 15th, 2019 at approximately 3:30 PM, I was dispatched to the 23000 block of Maxfield Creek Road to the Community Center for a Burglary complaint. Deputies spoke with the victim who told deputies 4 rolls of wood carving tools valued at $500 were taken. Deputies saw no signs of forcible entry, there were no witnesses and no video surveillance. Deputies provided him with a case number and informed him to contact the office if he has any further suspect information.
4/17/19 - WARRANT ARREST.  On April 14, 2019, at about 4:01 p.m., deputies were dispatched to the 2000 block of NW Beaumont Lane, Albany, for a disturbance.  Upon arrival, they spoke with a resident named TIMOTHY FLAUGHER, 19, and cited and released FLAUGHER at the residence for an outstanding Albany Municipal Court Warrant for Criminal Mischief III.
4/17/19 - SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY.  On Sunday, April 14, 2019, at approximately 7:40am, deputies were dispatched to the 34000 block of Wren Road for a report of a suspicious male in a green car parked outside the residence. Deputies arrived and located a man parked in the cul‑de‑sac. He was outside of his vehicle with all the contents spread around the outside of his vehicle on the ground. He told deputies he was headed to Newport from Lebanon when he realized a tank of diesel fuel was spilling all over his back seat. He pulled over to remove the items and attempt to clean the fuel before driving again. He agreed that he would clean everything up before leaving.
4/17/19 - ASSAULT 4TH DEGREE.  On April 14, 2019, at about 2:11 am, deputies were dispatched to a cold assault that occurred on the 6000 block of NE William R Carr in Adair.  The resident reported he was punched in the face one time by Jessica B Smith, 25.  The man had a slightly swollen cheek and a small cut next to his nose.  Smith was issued a citation for Assault IV.
4/17/19 - UNLAWFUL POSSESSION OF HEROIN; UNLAWFUL POSSESSION OF METHAMPHETAMINE; POSSESSION OF WEAPONS BY CERTAIN FELONS – FELONY.  On Saturday, April 13, 2019, at approximately 11:15am, deputies stopped Dylan MENDELL, 21, near Bellfountain and mile post 13 for illegal window tinting. A consent search yielded a 9mm Springfield XD‑9, approximately 2 grams of methamphetamine, 0.23grams of a black tar substance and two oxycodone pills. Deputies cited MENDELL for unlawful possession of methamphetamine, unlawful possession of heroin, felon in possession of a firearm and illegal window tint.
4/17/19 - ASSISTANCE RENDERED PUBLIC.  On Saturday, April 13, 2019, at about 10:24 am, deputies spoke with a resident by telephone regarding her needing assistance with driving due to high water and needing helping lifting her mother into a vehicle.  Members of the Monroe Fire Department later arrived and assisted with the transport.
4/17/19 - ACCIDENT INJURY.  On April 12, 2019, at around midnight, deputies were dispatched to Bellfountain Road near Airport Road for an injury accident. The driver of unit 1 was driving his pickup truck to work in Corvallis.  He said a deer ran across the road and he swerved to avoid hitting hit.  He lost control of his pickup and crashed into the ditch.  The pickup came to rest upside down in the ditch
4/17/19 - WARRANT ARREST.  On Thursday, April 11, 2019 at 7:04 PM, deputies saw DAVID MICHAEL LONGO, 43, in Corvallis. Deputies knew LONGO had confirmed warrants. Deputies contacted Longo and located a small pouch containing three kinds of pills in one of his pockets when they checked him for weapons and means of escape. The pills were in small plastic baggies with what appeared to be Chinese characters on them. LONGO stated he found the pills in a dumpster while scavenging at an apartment complex on Western Boulevard. LONGO later gave consent to seize the remainder of the pills from his storage unit after deputies determined some were controlled substances. All of the pills from LONGO'S person and storage unit were later entered into evidence at the Sheriff's Office. LONGO was transported the Benton County Jail  where he was booked on his three warrants. LONGO was not charged for possessing the pills due to his cooperation.
4/17/19 - DOG BITE.  On April 10, 2019, around 11:30 a.m., a dog staying at on NW Kouns Drive in Albany bit a letter carrier. The dog was put on a ten-day quarantine.
4/17/19 - ACCIDENT NON‑INJURY.  On Wednesday, April 10, 2019 at about 11:40 am, deputies were dispatched to a non‑injury traffic crash on Highway 20 MP 7.  Unit 1 was eastbound on Highway 20.  Traffic was extremely heavy and was stop and go due to Highway 34 being closed for flooding.  Traffic in front of the driver slowed abruptly and she did not see this.  The driver was unable to stop before crashing into the back of Unit 2.
4/17/19 - ACCIDENT NON‑INJURY.  On Wednesday, April 10, 2019, at about 8:30 am, deputies were dispatched to NW Independence Highway and NW Metge Avenue for a reported motor vehicle crash. Vehicle one was headed northbound on Independence Highway. The driver said he was following his GPS. He said his GPS said he needed to make a right turn. He made an abrupt right turn onto Metge Avenue, losing control of his vehicle. His vehicle sideswiped vehicle two and went off the roadway. Vehicle two was facing eastbound, and stopped at the stop sign at Metge and Independence Highway. The driver of vehicle one was cited for careless driving and driving uninsured.
4/17/19 – MENACING; UNLAWFUL USE OF WEAPON; BURGLARY 1ST DEGREE.  On Wednesday, April 10, 2019, deputies arrested Lyle Eugene Kilthau, 77, after he got into an argument with a man. Lyle pulled a revolver from his coat pocket and told the man to stay away from his ex-girlfriend or he would shoot him. Lyle was arrested and transported to the Benton County Jail, where he was booked and lodged.
4/17/19 - WARRANT ARREST.  On Wednesday, April 10th, 2019, at about 10:30 PM, GARY FORREST SCHAEFFER, 34, was located at 200 53rd Street after an anonymous caller told deputies SHAEFFER'S location.  SCHAEFFER would not answer the door and they had to use a key to unlock the door.  SCHAEFFER was taken into custody without incident and transported to the Benton County Jail where he was lodged on his PV Warrant for Assault IV.
4/17/19 - ACCIDENT NON‑INJURY.  On Tuesday, April 9, 2019, at approximately 7:44 P.M., Vehicle 1 was east bound when he decided to make a u‑turn.  As vehicle 1 attempted a u‑turn, the passenger side was struck by vehicle 2, causing damage to both vehicles.
4/17/19 - THEFT 3RD DEGREE.  On Tuesday, April 9, 2019, at approximately 3pm, deputies were dispatched to a business in Alsea for a report of a theft. An employee reported that a male and female took hygiene items from the shelf and left the store without paying for them. Deputies located Brittany BARNETT, 33, and Gary FRICK, 45, on West Main Street who admitted to the theft. Deputies then arrested both for theft in the third degree and trespassed both of them from the business.
4/17/19 - THEFT 2ND DEGREE.  On Tuesday, April 9, 2019, at about 9:15 A.M., deputies spoke with an employee regarding a theft from the Village Market. She stated she observed an unknown person adjust the stores surveillance camera with a stick prior to stealing two bags of cans/bottles from the Village Market.
4/17/19 - ASSISTANCE RENDERED PUBLIC.  On Tuesday, April 9, 2019, at about 7:31 am, deputies arrived on Schultz Road and Old River Road for a report of a dump truck stuck in high water.  Members from the Corvallis Fire Department Swift Water Team later arrived and safely removed two occupants from the dump truck.
4/17/19 - ASSISTANCE RENDERED PUBLIC.  On Monday, April 9th, 2019, at about 7:45 PM, deputies were dispatched for a report of a female and two small children trapped inside of a “Flooded House.”  Deputies responded to the area on the BCSO Boat and was informed by some neighbors, the people were safe inside the residence and BCSO assistance was not needed.
4/17/19 - ASSISTANCE RENDERED PUBLIC.  On Monday, April 9th, 2019 at about 6:45 PM, deputies were dispatched to Stow Pit Road near milepost 1 for a vehicle in the high water.  The driver went around the "High Water" and "Road Closed" signs and lost control of his vehicle in the high water.  He had to swim to dry land and his pick‑up truck sank, its whereabouts are unknown at this time.  The driver was not injured.
4/17/19 - WARRANT ARREST.  On Tuesday, April 9, 2019, at 6:04 PM, deputies saw SKYLA ANN WILLIAMS, 47, on Kings Boulevard in Corvallis. Deputies knew WILLIAMS had a confirmed felony warrant for her arrest. Deputies contacted Williams and she was found to be in possession of multiple used needles, a digital scale, and a plastic freezer bag with suspected Methamphetamine residue after she verbally consented to a search of her backpack. WILLIAMS was transported to the Benton County Jail where she was booked and lodged on her warrant.
4/9/19 - WARRANT ARREST.  On April 9, 2019, at about 3:00 AM, deputies observed a vehicle traveling eastbound on Highway 20 near Hyak Park and stopped the vehicle for violation of basic rule near Highway 99W and Elliot Cir. Deputies arrested the driver, Jeffery Tyler, 53, for an outstanding Douglas County warrant for contempt.  Tyler was booked and released from the Benton County Jail.
4/9/19 - WARRANT ARREST; UNLAWFUL POSSESSION OF HEROIN.  On Monday, April 8, 2019, at about 11:55 pm, deputies stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation on Highway 99W near Ryals. The driver, Daniel Newman, 40, was arrested for three Linn County warrants and issued a citation for Driving While Suspended Violation. The passenger, Benjamin Williams, 36, was arrested for two Linn County Warrants. He had a small amount of Heroin in his pocket and was issued a citation for Unlawful Possession of Heroin. He was also issued a citation for a Lebanon Municipal Court Warrant. Deputies transported both men to the Linn County Jail where they were lodged.
4/9/19 - FAIL TO PERFORM DUTIES‑PROPERTY.  On Sunday, April 7, 2019, at about 1:08 pm, a “New white Toyota 4‑Runner” was observed traveling westbound on NE Columbia negotiating a left hand turn (south) onto NE William R Carr.  The Toyota struck a stop/street sign, causing it to fall on the ground, and then left southbound on NE William R Carr.
4/8/19 - THEFT 1ST DEGREE.  On Monday, April 1, 2019, at approximately 3:45pm, they spoke with a citizen regarding a stolen lawn mower from a residence on the 5000 block of NW Springhill Drive in Albany. Sometime between Saturday March 23, 2019 and Saturday March 30, 2019, an unknown person(s) entered an unlocked exterior shop and stole a Kubota Zero Turn riding lawn mower. The reporting person is a realtor selling the residence and is attempting to contact the homeowner for model and value information.
4/8/19 - ASSISTANCE RENDERED PUBLIC.  On Saturday, April 6th, 2019, at about 9:00 PM, deputies were informed that someone was lost on the road system near Marys Peak.  They responded to the area and located them a short time later in T13S, R8W, Sec 12 about between BLM 10 Road and the Wilderness Tie Road on Weyerhaeuser property near a new clear cut.  The women were shown the way out of the woods and back to town.
4/8/19 - BCSO ‑ TRAFFIC MOVING.  On Saturday, April 6, 2019, at about 9:45 am, deputies were dispatched to a vehicle crash on Walnut Boulevard near Elmwood Drive.  A cyclist failed to slow and yield to emergency vehicles at the scene of the crash and almost hit deputies as they moved towards the injured party.  Deputies stopped the cyclist nearby and advised her she is required to slow for emergency vehicles.
4/8/19 - WARRANT ARREST; UNLAWFUL POSSESSION OF METHAMPHETAMINE.  On April 5, 2019, at about 10:26 pm, deputies stopped Samantha Jean Nelson, 27, and Jeffrey Ryan Harris, 25, on 4th St near Jackson.  Harris had a confirmed cite and release Sweet Home Muni Court warrant for FTA‑Theft III, $6250 bail.  Deputies conducted a search of the vehicle after a positive K9 indication.  A small amount of methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia was located.  Nelson was issued a citation for PCS‑Meth.
4/8/19 - FRAUDULENT USE OF A CREDIT CARD‑MISDEMEANOR.  On Thursday, April 4 2019, at about 7 P.M., deputies spoke to a citizen by phone. She stated between December 2018 and January 2019, someone used a Reliacard from US BANK, with her account information at a location on the 300 block of NW 3rd Street and on Amazon.com. She had already reported the fraud to her bank. She estimated the total financial loss was about $975 dollars. She then stated she had many things come up which is why she just reported it now.
4/8/19 - ACCIDENT INJURY.  On Thursday, April 4, 2019, at about 11:39 am, deputies were dispatched to NW Highland drive and NW Wild Rose for a motor vehicle crash. Unit two was traveling north on NW Highland drive when unit one failed to yield the right of way. Unit one pulled out in front of unit two. Unit two was unable to avoid colliding with unit one.
4/8/19 - WARRANT ARREST.  On April 4, 2019, at about 4:30 AM, deputies observed Rebel Lee Tester, 31, ordering a pizza at a location on the 2400 block of SE 3rd Street. Tester had a Felony PV warrant and was arrested and lodged at the Benton County Jail.
4/8/19 - WARRANT ARREST/ PCS HEROIN.  On April 3, 2019, at about 9:40 PM, deputies observed Jordyn Hanna, 21, traveling eastbound on Highway 20 from Hyak park. Dispatch advised that she had a warrant for FTA heroin and they stopped the vehicle at 2nd and Lyon St. in downtown Albany. Hanna's boyfriend, who they would later learn had a felony warrant, got out of the vehicle and started to run down the middle of second street. Deputies took Hanna into custody and located residual heroin paraphernalia in the vehicle. Hanna was lodged at the Linn County Jail. The boyfriend was not located.
4/8/19 - FAIL TO REGISTER AS SEX OFFENDER.  On Wednesday, April 3, 2019 at about 5:00 P.M., deputies arrested Stanley Kunawa Pomaikai, 36, for Failure to Register as a Sex Offender. Stanley had not registered as a sex offender since 2017. Deputies issued Stanley a citation and placed in into his property at the Jail.
4/8/19 - SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY.  On Wednesday, April 3, 2019, at about 12:41 pm, deputies were dispatched to the 24000 block of Territorial Highway for a possible burglary in progress. Upon arrival, they spoke with a woman that said she lives in the motor home on her son's property. She went outside to walk her dog and noticed the front door to her son's house was wide open. She said no one should be inside. Deputies cleared the house and it did not appear anything was disturbed. The mother secured the residence.
4/8/19 - WARRANT ARREST.  On Apr. 2, 2019, at approximately 1401, Pannell, Kichael Ken, 52, turned himself in at the Benton County Jail for an outstanding warrant for FTA ‑ False Info, bail $15,000.  Pannell was released with a new court date and time.
4/2/19 - WARRANT ARREST.  On Monday, April 1, 2019, deputies arrested Lauren Sangiovanni, 24, on an confirmed warrant for out of Linn County.  Sangiovanni was issued a new court date and time to appear in Linn County.
4/2/19 - WARRANT ARREST.  On April 1, 2019, at about 5:00 am, deputies stopped Mitch Matthew Cobine, 44, on Highway 20 near North Albany Rd for speeding.  Cobine had a confirmed warrant out of Douglas County Circuit Court for Fraud‑Insufficient Funds, $5000 bail.  Due to the Benton County Jail being closed, de was issued a citation with a court date.
4/2/19 - SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY.  On Saturday, March 30, 2019, at about 3:14 pm, deputies arrived at Bellfountain Park regarding a report of a needle on the ground near the bathroom.  Deputies located a syringe and needle on the ground to the south of the bathroom.  The syringe and needle was later disposed of in a sharps container.
4/2/19 - UNLAWFUL POSSESSION OF METHAMPHETAMINE; UNLAWFUL POSSESSION OF HEROIN; SUPPLY CONTRABAND – DRUGS.  On Saturday, March 30, 2019, at approximately 12:25am, deputies stopped Eric BERESKIN, 36, for failing to signal his exit from a roundabout at West Hills and Grand Oaks. One of our narcotic detection K-9s recovered a plastic bag containing 2.5g TPW of a white crystal substance and a plastic container with dirty cotton filters stained with a dark brown residue. At the jail, deputies recovered a plastic bag with 1.25g TPW of a dark brown substance from BERESKIN's pants. Deputies cited him for failure to signal his exit, unlawful possession of heroin, unlawful possession of methamphetamine and supplying contraband.
4/1/19 – DUII; RECKLESS DRIVING.  On Friday, March 29th, 2019, at about 11:10 PM, deputies were dispatched to a crash on NE Highway 20 near Hyak Park.  They arrived and saw a vehicle on the west bound shoulder of the Highway.  The driver of the vehicle, CHASE THERON ALLEN CLAY, 22, was transported to Good Samaritan Hospital for his injuries in the crash and after he was issued citations for DUII and Reckless Driving.
4/1/19 - ACCIDENT INJURY.  On Friday, March 29, 2019, at about 2:45 pm, deputies were dispatched to Highway 20 near milepost 5 for a report of a vehicle crash.  Deputies arrived and spoke with the drivers of three vehicles. Vehicle 3 failed to stop and crashed into the rear of vehicle 2, causing vehicle 2 to crash into vehicle 1. Vehicle 1 was stopped to make a safe turn from Highway 20 into a business.
4/1/19 - CRIMINAL MISCHIEF ‑ 2ND DEGREE.  On Friday, March 29, 2019, at about 1:20 pm, deputies were dispatched to Ridgecrest Avenue near Springhill Drive for a report of a vehicle in a ditch.  Deputies arrived and spoke with the driver, who stated he swerved to miss a dog in the roadway.  The vehicle was stuck in the ditch along the south side of Ridgecrest Avenue.  He crashed into two mailboxes when he entered the ditch and caused significant damage to the ditch while attempting to drive out of it.
3/20/19 - IDENTITY THEFT.  On Monday, March 18, 2019, at 5:51 p.m., deputies contacted a woman in regards to a fraud complaint via telephone.  She received letters in the mail from Macy's and Verizon indicating she had opened accounts.  The suspect was not successful with Macy's, but successfully opened an account with Verizon and ordered a phone.  The suspect is unknown.  The woman was not charged any money.
3/20/19 – ACCIDENT INJURY.  On March 18, 2019, at approximately 8:00am, deputies responded to a crash at Highway 34 and milepost 54.5.  Vehicle 1 was traveling westbound on Highway 34 near Philomath when the driver felt ill and blacked out.  Vehicle 1 lost control and rolled.  Vehicle 1 crashed into a fence on the north side on Hwy 34.  The driver was taken to the hospital and treated for a minor injury.
3/20/19 - WARRANT ARREST.  On Tues., Mar. 19, 2019, at approximately 12:16pm, Naiobi Louise Williams, 31, turned herself in at the Benton County Jail lobby and indicated she had an outstanding warrant for having failed to appear at the Benton County Circuit Courthouse for a court hearing.  Two valid Benton County Circuit Court warrants were located for FTA ‑ Dis Con II, $10,000 bail and Dis Con II $10,000 bail.  Williams was cited and released with a new court date.
3/20/19 - WARRANT ARREST.  On Monday, March 18, 2019, Vladimir Pearson, 24, turned himself into the jail lobby on a confirmed warrant out of Benton County Circuit court for ASSLT II, UNLW USE OF WEAP, MENACING, HARASSMENT x2, DISCON II, ATT TO COMMIT A MISD, AND A FEL PV WARRANT. Pearson was cited and released with a new court date and released.
3/20/19 - CRIMINAL MISCHIEF ‑ 1ST DEGREE; OFFENSIVE LITTERING; DISORDERLY CONDUCT II.  On March 18, 2019, at 12:48 AM, deputies contacted Dianna Roberts at 5th Street and Jackson Avenue in Corvallis. Roberts placed a cardboard box on the hood of a Sheriff’s Office patrol vehicle and caused damage to the paint. The damage was estimated to cost over 1,000 to repair. Roberts was contacted by Law Enforcement multiple times prior to the incident occurring due to her disorderly behavior. Roberts was arrested for Criminal Mischief 1, Offensive Littering and Disorderly Conduct II.
3/20/19 - CRIMINAL MISCHIEF ‑ 1ST DEGREE; CRIMINAL MISCHIEF ‑ 2ND DEGREE; DUII; RECKLESS DRIVING; RECKLESS ENDANGERING; FAIL TO PERFORM DUTIES‑PROPERTY.  On March 16, 2019, at about 1:30 a.m., deputies responded to Trillium Lane near Ewelty Road for a reported Hit and Run.  Branden Michael Keys was located in a nearby running vehicle. He was arrested for DUII, Reckless Driving, Reckless Endangering, Criminal Mischief I, Criminal Mischief II and Failure to Perform Duties of a Driver. He was transported to Benton County Jail where he refused a breath sample.
3/20/19 - BURGLARY 2ND DEGREE; CRIMINAL MISCHIEF ‑ 2ND DEGREE; THEFT 3RD DEGREE.  On Wednesday, March 6, 2019 at approximately 8:55 A.M., deputies arrived at the Blodgett Fire Department at 35361 Blitz Lane for a reported attempted Burglary.  They spoke with a firefighter who said someone used a wrench or other tool to attempt to open the door, and damaged the doorknob on the north side of the building.  He said someone also stole the motion light to the left of the door.  He said he did not know when this occurred but it was likely over the last month because they have not been to the fire department very much in the last month.  He valued the doorknob at 100.00 dollars and the light at approximately 10.00 dollars.  There was no other damage.
3/18/19 - WARRANT ARREST.  On March 17, 2019, at 9:50pm, deputies stopped Jason Feld, 46, on 15th Street near Harrison Boulevard in Corvallis, for Failure to Obey a Traffic Control Device.  Jason Feld had two confirmed warrants out of Benton County Circuit Court. One warrant was for Failure to Appear for Criminal Trespass I and Theft III. The other was for Failure to Appear for a Theft II charge.  Feld was arrested and transported the Benton County Jail where he was booked, cited and released with citations.
3/18/19 – STRANGULATION; ASSAULT IN THE 4TH DEGREE ‑ C FELONY.  On Sunday, March 17, 2019, deputies arrested Joshua J Harding, 41, for choking and hitting a woman at a resident on NE Willamette Avenue.  This initially occurred on Saturday, March 16, 2019, around 10:30 A.M.  Josh was transported to the Benton County Jail where he was booked and lodged for Strangulation and Assault in the Fourth Degree‑Felony.
3/18/19 - ASSISTANCE RENDERED PUBLIC.  On Saturday, March 16th, 2019, at about 8:45 PM, deputies were notified of several cars stuck in the snow on Marys Peak Road near milepost #5.  Dispatch indicated some of the subjects had left on foot, nobody had contact with them, and they were not dressed for the conditions.  Deputies responded with the County SAR Coordinator with ATV'S.  All subjects were located and taken home.
3/18/19 - WARRANT ARREST.  On Saturday, March 16, 2019, at about 10:52am, deputies arrived at the 4000 block of NW Palestine Avenue to conduct follow up.  They spoke with a male, who they later determined his actual identity as Ryan Joe Richard Holley, 43.  Ryan Holley was later arrested on four confirmed warrants out of Lebanon Municipal Court, Linn County Court, Sweet Home Municipal Court, and Lebanon Justice Court.  Ryan Holley was transported to the Linn County Jail where he was booked and lodged.
3/18/19 – DUII.  On Friday, March 15, 2019, at approximately 10:45pm, deputies stopped Dylan MENDELL, 21, on Fern Road near Grange Hall Road for altered display of his license plate. They then arrested MENDELL for driving under the influence of intoxicants. He provided a breath sample of 0.00%BAC at the Philomath Police Department. A Drug Recognition Expert responded and performed a drug influence evaluation on MENDELL. Deputies then transported him to his residence on Powder House Road in Philomath where he was released. Deputies issued him citations for driving under the influence and altered display of his license plate.
3/18/19 - ASSISTANCE RENDERED PUBLIC.  On Friday, March 15, 2019, at approximately 4:10pm, deputies were dispatched to the 600 block in Monroe to assist with the removal of a transient female who had over stayed her welcome.
3/18/19 – DUII; RECKLESS DRIVING.  On March 14, 2019, at about 9:30 p.m., deputies responded to the area of Highway 99W and Finley Road for a report of a single vehicle crash. Deputies located a vehicle in the ditch. The driver, Paul Dan McCaskill, 45, was arrested for DUII and Reckless Driving. He provided a breath sample of .12% BAC.
3/18/19 - ACCIDENT NON‑INJURY.  On Thursday, March 14, 2019, at approximately 3:54 P.M., deputies were dispatched to Highway 99W and Elliott Circle for report of an unknown injury crash involving a train and a motor vehicle. The driver was west on Elliott Circle, approaching Highway 99W. As she pulled forward past the first stop sign, nearing the railroad tracks, she observed a southbound Portland and Western Railroad train coming towards her. She tried to move out of the way by reversing but went forward into the path of the train instead. He vehicle was struck by the train, pushed into the ditch, and towed from the scene due to damage.
3/18/19 - SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY.  On March 13th, 2019, at about 3:50 P.M., a small baggie containing what appeared to be Methamphetamine residue was found by staff in a holding cell at the Benton County Jail.  Deputies submitted the baggie to evidence to be destroyed.
3/18/19 - WARRANT ARREST.  On Mar. 14, 2019 at approximately 0700, Mr. Stephan Edelhuber, 34, reported to the Benton County Jail for a sentence.  A valid Lebanon Municipal Court warrant was discovered at booking and confirmed. Lebanon Police Dispatch provided a court date. Ebelhuber was cited and released.
3/18/19 - CRIMINAL MISCHIEF ‑ 1ST DEGREE.  On Thursday, March 14, 2019 at about 8:15 A.M., deputies spoke with a citizen by telephone. He stated earlier in the morning he discovered someone had crashed into his mailbox and fence. He said he observed fresh tire marks coming from Scenic Dr., continuing through his property and exiting back onto the road. He said his neighbor's mailbox was destroyed as well. The damage to the mailboxes is estimated at $600 and the damage to the fence is estimated at $1,000.
3/18/19 – WARRANT ARREST.  On Mar. 13, 2019, at approximately 1400, Mr. Charles Olson, 64, was remanded from court for a fugitive warrant.  A valid warrant was confirmed: Colorado State Fugitive warrant for Money Laundering.  Mr. Olson was lodged pending further order of the court.
3/18/19 - USING INVALID LICENSE.  On Monday, March 11th, 2019, at about 6:30 PM, deputies stopped a vehicle on Highway 501 near milepost #4 for a traffic violation.  The driver of the vehicle, ANDREW DAWSON MCNEELY, 38, was arrested for Using An Invalid License.  He was cited and released in the field.
3/18/19 – DUII; DWS MISDEMEANOR; RECKLESS DRIVING; RECKLESS ENDANGERING.  On Sunday, March 10, 2019, at approximately 8:10pm, deputies stopped Teodoro CISNEROS FLORES, 39, near Alpine Road and Bellfountain Road for a traffic violation. I arrested CISNEROS FLORES for driving while under the influence of intoxicants and transported him to the Benton County Jail. He provided a breath sample of 0.15%BAC. Deputies issued him citations for driving while suspended misdemeanor, reckless endangering, reckless driving, failure to drive within one lane, operation of a vehicle without required lighting and DUII. His son was released to his mother at the traffic stop.
3/13/19 - BURGLARY 1ST DEGREE; THEFT 2ND DEGREE.  On Tuesday, March 12, 2019 at about 5:00 P.M., deputies spoke with a woman by phone who stated sometime between Friday, March 8, 2019 and Monday, March 11, 2019, her father's wallet was taken from his residence on Cherry Creek Drive. She also located an expired Oregon Driver's license while searching the house and said she will later turn it in at Benton County Records.
3/13/19 - CRIMINAL TRESPASS - 2ND DEGREE.  On March 12, 2019, at 3:46 PM, deputies were dispatched to the 1000 block of Main Street in Monroe for a Criminal Trespass II. A man reported a woman was trespassing on the property. The man was also concerned about the health of her dogs as well. Deputies conducted an investigation and determined US Bank owns the property. According to the Benton County Civil Department, the woman was never officially evicted. Deputies contacted the woman and she was living in a shed behind the house. She admitted she wasn't supposed to be there and would try to move out in the morning. Deputies checked on the welfare of her two dogs. Both dogs were happy and in very good health.
3/13/19 - SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY.  On Monday March 11, 2019 at about 3:30 pm, deputies arrived on Highway 99W north of Robison Road for a report of someone dumping 25 garbage bags.  Deputies spoke with a woman and it was later determined that she had stopped to let her dogs out.  She was loading the garbage bags back into her vehicle when deputies arrived.  The woman spoke about a federal conspiracy regarding the call.
3/13/19 - ACCIDENT NON‑INJURY.  On Friday, March 8th, 2019, deputies were dispatched to a non-injury crash near the intersection of NW Kings and NW Buchanan Avenue.  Deputies arrived and spoke with the driver of vehicle 1, who said he was exiting the parking lot and attempting to cross NW Kings Boulevard onto NW Buchanan Avenue.  He said he didn't see vehicle 2, who was South on NW Kings Boulevard.  The driver of vehicle 2 said she had a green light through the intersection and attempted to stop but was unable to, crashing into vehicle 1.
3/13/19 - ABANDONED VEHICLE.  On March 11, 2019, at 4:21 PM, deputies responded to the Old Reservoir Avenue, west of 53rd Street in Corvallis for an abandoned vehicle. An unknown person left a white 2000 Fleetwood Angler Camper on a stack of pallets at the location. Deputies tagged it for tow.
3/13/19 - WARRANT ARREST.  On Monday, March 11, 2019, at about 1:20 pm, deputies arrived at Hyak Park to investigate a possible parole violation and later arrested Chase Michael Evan Kuske, 27, on a confirmed felony warrant out of Linn County Circuit Court.  Kuske was lodged at the Linn County Jail.
3/11/19 - WARRANT ARREST.  On Sunday, March 10th, 2019, at about 2:30 PM, deputies stopped a car on Peterson Road near Ervin Road for a traffic violation.  Dispatch advised the passenger, ANDREW GERALD WINDOM, 44, had an outstanding Warrant out of Linn County for F.T.A.‑ P.C.S. II (Methamphetamine).  WINDOM was issued a citation to appear at the request of Linn County.  He was cited and released.
3/11/19 - DUII OF DRUGS; UNLAWFUL POSSESSION OF METHAMPHETAMINE.  On Sunday, March 10, 2019, at about 3:20 a.m., deputies were in the area of 25th Street and Monroe Avenue when dispatch broadcast a call of a male unconscious in a vehicle behind a nearby building. Deputies located Eugene Xooz White, 24, passed out in his vehicle behind a store, blocking the alley. Deputies arrested White for DUII and PCS‑ Methamphetamine. They transported him to the Sheriff's Office where he provided a breath sample of .019% BAC.  White provided a voluntary urine sample. White was cited and released from the Sheriff's Office due to the Jail being closed.
3/11/19 - WARRANT ARREST.  On Saturday March 9th, 2019 at about 9:30 PM, deputies stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation on 35th St. off Philomath Blvd.  Dispatch advised the passenger, SETH MARKUS FREDRICKSON, 21, had an outstanding Warrant out of Albany Municipal Court for F.T.A.‑ Failure to Perform the Duties of Driver.  FREDRICKSON was issued a citation at the request of Albany P.D. and cited and released on scene.
3/11/19 - PROBATION VIOLATION.  On Saturday, March 9, 2019 around 9:18 P.M., deputies arrested TIMOTHY MROSS, 34, for a probation violation at the transition center located at 555 NW Monroe Street. TIMOTHY was out past curfew by about an hour and ten minutes. At the jail TIMOTHY blew into a PBT which showed a reading of A .144 BAC. Jail Deputies located a glass meth pipe in TIMOTHY'S right front pocket.
3/11/19 - ACCIDENT NON‑INJURY.  On Saturday, March 9, 2019, around 10:45 A.M., deputies arrived on Highway 99 near Milepost 76 for a reported non‑injury traffic crash.  Deputies spoke with the driver who was north on Highway 99.  He said a group of four vehicles passed him going south and something hit his windshield.  The windshield of the vehicle had a large circular hole that almost went through the windshield causing glass to be inside the vehicle.  He did not know what hit the windshield and deputies couldn't find the cause.
3/11/19 - THEFT 1ST DEGREE; UEMV ‑ UNAUTHORIZED ENTRY MOTOR VEHICLE. On Saturday, March 9, 2019, around 9:00 A.M., deputies spoke with a citizen on the phone who said between 6 or 7pm on Friday (3/8/19) and 7:30am (3/9/19), someone entered his unlocked vehicle on the 24000 block of Losen Road.  He said 3 handguns, 2 automatic knives, $25 in cash and multiple tools were stolen.
3/11/19 - WARRANT ARREST.  On Saturday March 9, 2019, at about 8:39 am, deputies spoke with Michael Alvarado, 27, at Hyak Park.  Dispatch later advised a confirmed Linn County Circuit Court FTA oxycodone arrest warrant for him.  Deputies arrested Michael Alvarado, issued him a citation and released.
3/11/19 - BCSO ‑ DISTURBANCE/ARGUE.  On Friday, March 8, 2019, at about 8:40 pm, Deputies were dispatched to a fight at the Alpine Tavern, possibly involving a firearm. They arrived at about 8:56 pm.  All were intoxicated and said it was just a verbal argument in the parking lot.  There was no physical fighting, and no firearms were involved. No one had any injuries.
3/11/19 - WARRANT ARREST.  On Friday, March 8, 2019, around 12:30 P.M., deputies arrived to 53rd Street near West Hills Road and arrested Jerry Michael Wells, 29, who had a confirmed warrant out of Benton County for Probation Violation‑Robbery III, No Bail.  Deputies transported Wells to the Benton County Jail where he was booked and lodged.
3/11/19 - WARRANT ARREST.  On Mar. 8, 2019, at approximately 0910, John Edward Boeder, 30, turned himself in at the Benton County Jail and for a confirmed outstanding warrant for having failed to appear at a court hearing.  Two valid Linn County Circuit Court warrants were confirmed: 1) FTA ‑ PCS Meth, FTA I, no bail; and 2) FTA ‑ PCS Meth, no bail. Boeder was issued a court date and released.
3/11/19 - SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY.  On Friday, March 8th, 2019, at about 2:30 AM, deputies were dispatched to speak with a citizen regarding “KIDS” around her trailer.  Deputies responded and drove through the trailer park on the 5000 block of NW Highway prior to calling her back.  She said she just heard the “KIDS” outside.  Deputies told her they just drove through and found no one in the area.  She seemed surprised that deputies drove through the trailer park and told deputies she was only reporting what she heard.  She then thanked them for checking the trailer park and stated she would call back if she heard more noises.
3/11/19 - WARRANT ARREST.  On Thursday, March 7th, 2019, deputies were dispatched to the 5000 block of NE Elliott Circle for a warrant service.  Deputies arrived and spoke with SHAYLENE MARIE VANANTWERP, 31, who had a confirmed warrant for contempt of court.  VANANTWERP was issued a citation with a court date and time to appear at the Lebanon Municipal Court.
3/8/19 - ACCIDENT INJURY.  On Thursday, March 7, 2019, around 9:22 A.M., deputies arrived on South Fork Road near milepost 1 for a crash.  The driver was east on South Fork Road near milepost 1.  It was extremely icy causing him to lose control.  The vehicle went off the roadway to the south hitting head on with a tree.  The driver had a small bump on his left wrist and some swelling on his left hand.  He did not  want medical attention.  The vehicle was towed and deputies gave him a ride into Corvallis.
3/8/19 - ACCIDENT NON‑INJURY.  On Thursday, March 7, 2019, around 9:36 A.M., deputies arrived on Alpine Road near milepost 4 for a single vehicle rollover crash.  The driver was traveling east on Alpine Road.  The roadway was extremely icy and he lost control.  The vehicle went into the south side ditch rolling and landing on the passenger side.  The driver was not injured.  The vehicle was towed.
3/8/19 - CRIMINAL TRESPASS ‑ 2ND DEGREE.  On Wednesday, March 6, 2019, deputies were dispatched to the 100 block of SW 53rd Street for a trespass.  They arrived and spoke with the complainant who said on Tuesday, March 5, 2019, he told people in a white 2007 Chevrolet S10 to leave the property, which they did.  He then said the S10 returned during the evening and he wanted them trespassed.  Deputies spoke with the driver and told them to leave the property and they were being trespassed.
3/8/19 - PERMITTING A DOG TO RUN AT LARGE.  On March 4, 2019, 9:45 a.m., a dog owner living in the Knoll Terrace trailer Park was given a warning.  The warning was for their dog running at large.
3/8/19 - SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY.  On Sunday, February 24th, 2019, at about 2:30 AM, deputies were dispatched to a vehicle alarm on NW Alder Ave.  Deputies arrived and spoke with the owner of the vehicle who said his car alarm went off and he reviewed the surveillance video of his driveway where his minivan was parked.  He said he did not see anything or anyone on the video and he was unsure why the alarm went off.
3/8/19 - PERMITTING A DOG TO RUN AT LARGE.  On March 7, 2019, 12:10 p.m., deputies issued a citation to a dog owner living on the 38000 block of Alexander Road in Philomath.  The citation was for his two dogs running at large and threatening a couple walking their dog on the road.
3/6/19 - BCSO ‑ DISTURBANCE/ARGUE.  On March 6th, 2019 at about 12:58 A.M., deputies were dispatched to contact a citizen by telephone regarding a harassment.  Deputies spoke with a woman who said she had issues with a man being around her trash cans.  She said tonight he told her she better have her doors locked today and tomorrow, which she felt to be threatening in nature.  Deputies advised her to call 911 if there were an emergency and that they would respond to assist her.
3/6/19 - ACCIDENT INJURY.  On Tuesday, March 5th, 2019, deputies were dispatched to a single vehicle rollover crash on NW Independence Highway near Camp Adair Road.  Albany medics arrived and transported PEPPER to the Good Samaritan Emergency Room. The driver said he was driving north on NW Independence Highway and didn't recall details of the crash.
3/6/19 - PUBLIC NUISANCE.  On March 4, 2019 11:15 a.m., deputies gave a dog owner living on the 27000 block of Cecil Lane in Alsea a warning.  The warning was for allowing her dog to bark excessively and disturb her neighbor.  The dog was not licensed so a deadline was given to get that completed.
3/6/19 - WARRANT ARREST.  On Monday, March 4, 2019, at about 3:18 pm, deputies stopped a vehicle for fail to maintain lane on Highway 99W and Blake Drive.  They later arrested Michael Copple, 41, on a confirmed Benton County PV Assault IV warrant.  Michael Copple was transported, booked and lodged at the Benton County Jail.
3/6/19 - WARRANT ARREST.  On Friday, March 1, 2019 at 5:13 PM, deputies arrested CASEY CHARLES LANPHEAR, 30, on 9th St in Corvallis for multiple confirmed warrants for his arrest. LANPHEAR was transported to the Benton County Jail where he was booked on his warrants and subsequently released due to overcrowding.  Warrants include: 1) Linn County Parole & Probation, Probation Violation ‑ Theft I / Theft II / Trespass II /Theft III, No Bail; 2) Marion County Circuit Court, FTA ‑ Trespass I, No Bail; and 3) Albany Municipal Court, Contempt of Court, No Bail.
3/5/19 - WARRANT ARREST.  On 03/04/19, Wamsley, Katie, 22, was getting released from Benton Co Jail.  Deputies ran a wants/warrant check on Wamsley and found she had a confirmed Linn Circuit warrant for FTA‑PCS.  Deputies then served the warrant on Wamsley and released her.
3/5/19 - WARRANT ARREST.  On Monday, March 4, 2019 at about 9:30 am, deputies spoke with Fabian Olvera, 25, in the lobby at Benton County Parole and Probation.  Fabian Olvera was later arrested on a confirmed DUII‑Felony PV warrant, no bail, out of Umatilla Circuit Court.  Deputies escorted Fabian Olvera to the Benton County Jail where he was booked and released.
3/5/19 - WARRANT ARREST.  On 02/27/19, Laughlin, Linda, 59, was getting released from Benton Co Jail. Deputies ran a wants/warrant check on Laughlin and found she had a confirmed Salem Municipal warrant for FTA‑urinating or defecating in public. Laughlin was issued a new court date and released.
3/5/19 - SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY.  On Sunday, February 24, 2019 at approximately 10:50 P.M., deputies were dispatched to the NW 2000 block of Chinook Drive for report of a female hearing what she thought was someone inside her residence. Deputies arrived and searched the inside of the home finding no one other than the reporting party inside.
3/4/19 - ACCIDENT NON‑INJURY.  On Saturday, March 2, 2019 at around 7:52 PM, Vehicle #1 was at the stop sign on Granger Ave, attempting to turn east onto Highway 20.  Vehicle #2 was traveling westbound on Highway 20 approaching Granger Ave.  Vehicle #1's view was partially obscured by traffic turning onto Granger from Highway 20.  Vehicle #1 turned in front of Vehicle #2.  Vehicle #1 was struck on the driver's side just behind the driver's door.  Vehicle #2 was towed due to the damage from the crash.
3/4/19 – DUII; DWS FELONY; WARRANT ARREST.  On Friday, March 1, 2019, at about 10:58 pm, deputies were dispatched to the area of Mary's Peak Road and Milepost 1 for an intoxicated driver. Deputies stopped the vehicle on Highway 34 near milepost 55. Cecil Schrader, 57, was arrested for Criminal Driving While Suspended‑ Felony, Driving Under the Influence of Intoxicants, and a Benton County Circuit Court Warrant for Criminal Driving While Suspended‑ Felony. He consented to, and failed, voluntary standardized field sobriety tests and refused to provide a breath sample. He was lodged at the Benton County Jail.
3/4/19 - WARRANT ARREST.  On March 1, 2019 at about 6:15 pm, deputies contacted Melissa Ada Korkow, 27, at the Burntwoods Store on Highway 20 near MP 32.  Korkow had a confirmed no bail Oregon State Parole Board warrant for Parole Violation, warrant.  Deputies arrested Korkow and transported her to the Benton County Jail where she was lodged.
3/4/19 - WARRANT ARREST.  On March 1, 2017, Andrew Westmoreland, 27, turned himself into BCJ on for two confirmed Benton Circuit warrants.  He was issued a new court date and released.
3/4/19 – CRIMINAL MISCHIEF II.  On Friday, March 01, 2019 at about 1:40 P.M., deputies spoke with a man in the front lobby of the Law Enforcement Center who stated sometime within the past week, most likely when it snowed, someone drove erratically on Highland Dell Drive. He stated the person drove over the curb and onto his grass, leaving a tire mark along the grass. He stated it was a Dodge Dakota pickup, but had further information.
3/4/19 - ACCIDENT INJURY.  On Friday, March 1, 2019 at about 11:25 A.M., Vehicle # 3 stopped on the southbound lane of Highland Drive near Crescent Valley Drive, to wait for a car to turn left into a driveway. Vehicle # 2 stopped behind Vehicle #3. Vehicle #1 looked away from the roadway for a moment. Vehicle #1 collided with the rear of Vehicle #2, pushing Vehicle #2 into the rear of Vehicle #3. There were minor injuries reported.  One person was transported by medics, another was transported by a family member. Vehicle #1 and Vehicle #2 were towed from the scene.
3/4/19 - ACCIDENT NON‑INJURY.  On Thursday, February 28, 2019, around 9:15 A.M., deputies arrived on Cardinal Drive near milepost ½ for a non‑injury traffic crash.  Vehicle #2 was parked on the edge of the roadway on the inside of a sharp right hand curve.  Vehicle #2 was stuck in the mud on the edge after it slipped in the ice the day before and became stuck.  Vehicle #1, a wilderness Corvallis Fire Department truck, was traveling north around the sharp right hand curve.  Vehicle #1 slipped in the ice sliding into Vehicle #2.  The side of Vehicle #1 and a hose port on the passenger side caused a dent and scraping on Vehicle #2.  No one was injured and no vehicle was towed due to damage.  The monetary value for the damage to Vehicle #2 is unknown.
3/4/19 - THEFT 3RD DEGREE.  On Wednesday, February 27, 2019 at about 10:02 am, deputies went into the Adair Market. A woman was in the store and told them she had a car battery stolen from her house within the last few days. She valued the car battery to be $80.00. She said she found a black glove near where the battery was located and believed it to be the suspect’s glove, but did not have any proof.
2/28/19 - ACCIDENT NON‑INJURY.  On Wednesday, February 27, 2019 at approximately 7:30 A.M., Vehicle 1 driven by Raul Moran was southbound on Highway 99W near Milepost 80 when he hit an icy spot on the road.  Vehicle 1 lost control and rolled over, landing on the driver side.  There were no injuries.
2/28/19 - PERMITTING A DOG TO RUN AT LARGE.  On February 26, 2019 11:20 a.m., deputies gave a dog owner living on the 25000 block of Webster Ave in Monroe a warning. The warning was for his dog running at large on Alpine Rd.  The dog was not licensed so a deadline was given to get that completed.
2/28/19 - WARRANT ARREST; INTERFERING WITH PEACE OFFICER; RESISTING ARREST.  On February 26, 2019, at 8:24 PM, deputies observed Carrie Whitten, 37, in a vehicle on the 4900 block of SW Roseberry Street in Corvallis. Deputies observed Whitten exit the vehicle in a clear and obvious attempt to avoid contact with deputies. Whitten refused to identify herself and walked away from deputies. Deputies confirmed Whitten was trespassing to avoid contact with them and told her she was under arrest. Whitten resisted arrest when deputies attempted to place her into handcuffs. Whitten was taken into custody and she lied about her name. Whitten had a confirmed Felony Caution Warrant out of the Oregon State Parole Board for a Weapons Offense, No Bail. Whitten was transported to the Benton County Jail and lodged on the warrant. Whitten was cited for Interfering with a Peace Officer and Resisting Arrest.
2/28/19 - ACCIDENT NON‑INJURY.  On February 26, 2019, unit 1 was eastbound on Granger Ave near Pettibone Dr. Unit 2 was westbound. Unit 1 lost control in the snow and struck unit 2, causing his vehicle to go into the ditch.
2/28/19 - WARRANT ARREST.  On February 26, 2019, VIZCARRA, Christian V, turned herself in at the jail lobby for a confirmed warrant for FTA Harassment, with a bail of 7500‑00. VIZCARRA was issued a new court date and time and released.
2/28/19 - WARRANT ARREST.  On Tuesday, February 26, 2019 at about 9:55 am, deputies I spoke with Brenton Garman in the lobby at Benton County Parole and Probation.  Brenton Garman was later arrested, cited, and released on a confirmed Albany Municipal FTA Disorderly Conduct II, bail $3160.00.
2/28/19 - WARRANT ARREST.  On February 25, 2019, Lance Palmer, 53, was transported back from NORCOR to Benton County. Before releasing inmates from jail deputies checked him for warrants and discovered he a vaild warrant out of Benton County for UUV and Theft I, Bail $30K. Deputies issued Palmer a new court date and time and then released him from jail.
2/28/19 - ASSISTANCE RENDERED PUBLIC.  On February 25, 2019 at around 4:29 A.M., deputies were dispatched to Highway 99W and MP #92 for a reported single vehicle crash.  The driver was traveling south when he lost control of his vehicle. He spun 180 degrees and slid off the road. There was no visible damage and only needed to be pulled out of the ditch.  Due to the increasing amount of snow accumulation, deputies told the driver we were not going to tow it out and he needed to coordinate a tow later in the day.  No injuries were reported and deputies gave him a ride to OSU campus.
2/28/19 - ASSISTANCE RENDERED PUBLIC.  On February 25, 2019 at around 5:00 A.M., while deputies were at a separate incident at Highway 99W and MP #92, another vehicle slid off the road into the southbound ditch.  The driver was traveling south when he lost control of his vehicle.  There was minor damage to the vehicle, estimated under $2500, and only needed to be pulled out of the ditch.  Due to the increasing amount of snow accumulation, deputies told the driver we were not going to tow it out and he needed to coordinate a tow later in the day.  No injuries were reported and a family member gave him a ride home.
2/28/19 - WARRANT ARREST; RESISTING ARREST; ASSAULTING A PUBLIC SAFTY OFFICER; INTERFERING WITH PEACE OFFICER; ESCAPE‑3RD DEGREE.  On Thursday, February 21, 2019 at approximately 2:45 PM, deputies saw ALLEN LEE NOLAN, 22, at the 1000 block of NW 9th Street in Corvallis. Deputies were aware NOLAN had an outstanding felony warrant for his arrest for Online Sexual Corruption of a Child I / Luring a Minor / Encouraging Child Sexual Abuse in the Second Degree, No Bail / No Matrix. They contacted NOLAN inside a business and identified themselves as Detectives. NOLAN tried to flee as deputies attempted to arrest him and then fought with them. NOLAN was taken into custody and transported to the Benton County Jail where he was booked and lodged on his warrant. NOLAN was also charged with Resisting Arrest, Escape III (Attempted), Interfering with a Peace Officer, and Assaulting a Public Safety Officer.
2/28/19 - WARRANT ARREST.  On February 20, 2019 at approximately 2:00AM, deputies were dispatched to the 500 block of NW Monroe Ave, Corvallis, OR for a trespass complaint. They spoke with a transient male later identified as Kenneth DEHUT, 63. DEHUT said another unknown male had let him into the laundry room to “dry off”. DEHUT admitted he did not live in the building and did not know anyone who did live in the building.  Dispatch informed DEHUT had an outstanding confirmed warrant from Linn County Circuit for PV‑PCS Meth, Bail $0.00. Deputies transported DEHUT to Linn County Jail. They also gathered DEHUT's bike and duffle bag and entered them into evidence at the Corvallis Police Department's Evidence division for safekeeping.
2/26/19 - ACCIDENT NON‑INJURY.  On Monday, February 25, 2019 at about 6:42 am, deputies arrived on Independence Highway north of Ryals Avenue for a reported single vehicle rollover crash.  It was later determined that an unrelated crash occurred prior to this.  The driver stated he was driving his vehicle around 15 mile per hour, southbound on Independence Highway at about 6:00 am.  He lost control of his vehicle due to snow and drove off the west side of Independence Highway.  The vehicle was later towed.
2/26/19 - ACCIDENT NON‑INJURY.  On Monday, February 25, 2019 at about 6:42 am, deputies arrived on Independence Highway north of Ryals Avenue for a reported single vehicle rollover crash.  It was later determined that the driver was traveling at about 25 miles per hour southbound on Independence Highway when he lost control of his vehicle due to snow.  The vehicle came to a stop off the west side of Independence Highway after striking a telephone pole.  No injuries were reported.
2/26/19 - ACCIDENT NON‑INJURY.  On Monday, February 25, 2019 at about 6:42 am, deputies arrived on Independence Highway north of Ryals Avenue for a reported single vehicle rollover crash.  It was later determined that an unrelated crash occurred prior to this.  The driver stated at about 6:15 am, he was driving his vehicle south on Independence highway and lost control due to snow.  The vehicle came to a stop in the ditch on the east side of Independence Highway.  The vehicle was later towed out of the ditch.
2/26/19 - ASSISTANCE RENDERED PUBLIC.  On February 25, 2019 at around 4:29 A.M., deputies were dispatched to Highway 99W and MP #92 for a reported single vehicle crash.  Unit 1 was traveling south when the driver lost control of the vehicle.  The driver spun 180 degrees and slid off the road. There was no visible damage and only needed to be pulled out of the ditch.  No injuries were reported.
2/26/19 - ASSISTANCE RENDERED PUBLIC.  On February 25, 2019 at around 5:00 A.M., while deputies were at a separate incident at Highway 99W and MP #92, unit 1 slid off the road into the southbound ditch.  The vehicle was traveling south when the driver lost control of his vehicle.  There was minor damage to the vehicle and only needed to be pulled out of the ditch.  No injuries were reported and a family member gave him a ride home.
2/26/19 - ACCIDENT NON‑INJURY.  On February 24, 2019 at around 3:12 A.M., deputies were dispatched to Highway 99 near milepost 98 for a reported single vehicle crash.  Unit 1 was traveling north on Highway 99 at around 55mph when the vehicle started to hydroplane.  The driver accidently hit the gas pedal versus the brake, causing her to spin one full rotation and slide into the ditch on the west side of the highway.  No injuries were reported.
2/26/19 - WARRANT ARREST.  On February 23, 2019 at around 2:44 A.M., deputies encountered Reid A ISCHINGER, 48, at 503 SW 3rd Street in Corvallis.  ISCHINGER had three confirmed warrants: 1) Benton County Circuit Court, FTA PCS Meth, Bail $1500; 2) Benton County Circuit Court, FTA PCS Meth, Bail $1500; and 3) Benton County Circuit Court, FTA PCS Meth, Bail $1500. Ischinger was arrested, cited and released, due to a lack of jail beds.
2/25/19 - BCSO ‑ TRAFFIC /HAZARD.  On Sunday, February 24, 2019 at approximately 6:57 P.M., deputies were dispatched to the area of NE Granger Ave and Highway 20 for report of a vehicle parked partially in the roadway. They arrived and found an unoccupied vehicle parked, blocking the westbound travel lane. Deputies requested a tow company respond to remove the vehicle, which they did.
2/25/19 - SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY.  On Sunday, February 24, 2019 at about 3:30 P.M., deputies spoke to a man by phone who stated earlier that day he was about to publish a book about the federal government to Barnes and Noble. He said when he pushed the 'Submit' button, someone hacked into his computer and deleted the file. He wanted BCSO’s assistance investigating the hacker. He then stated he would utilize the Best Buy Geek Squad to uncover the culprit.
2/25/19 - SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY.  On Sunday, February 24, 2019, around 1:35 P.M., deputies arrived on the 20000 block of Highway 99 for a lady yelling at a male.  A driver was hauling hay and stopped on the side of Greenberry Road to check his straps.  A woman pulled into the parking lot nearby and began yelling that he stole the farm truck.  She said the farm truck belonged to the military and was stolen.  She said she was going to urgent care to be treated for Pneumonia.  She was moved along and told to not yell at people again.
2/25/19 - CRIMINAL MISCHIEF ‑ 2ND DEGREE.  On Sunday, February 24, 2019 at about 1:00 P.M., deputies spoke with a man by phone who stated between Saturday February 23, and that day, someone knocked over a row of mailboxes and a pioneer telephone box. The mailboxes were located at the corner of Noon Road and Highway 20. The man estimated a repair cost of about $150. He had no suspect information. Pioneer telephone was notified to check their phone box in the area.
2/25/19 - CRIMINAL MISCHIEF ‑ 2ND DEGREE.  On Sunday, February 24, 2019 at about 9:45 A.M., deputies spoke with a woman who stated the previous night at around 8:30 P.M. an older sounding car drove up the driveway on Joseph Lane. The car turned around, drove into a gate, then left the area. She did not have a vehicle or suspect description and wanted the incident documented. The gate is valued at $500 to replace.
2/25/19 - THEFT 2ND DEGREE; SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY.  On Sunday, February 24, 2019 at about 9:10 A.M., deputies spoke with a woman who stated sometime between February 20 and February 23, 2019, someone stole a solar panel, 2 batteries, and put a chain around her trailer axel. The solar panel was valued at around $180, and the batteries were valued around $120 each.
2/25/19 - WARRANT ARREST.  On February 23, 2019, Patrick LAVERY, 36, turned himself in at the Benton County Jail for a confirmed warrant for FTA Failure to Perform Duties of a Driver with a 10,000‑00 bail.  Laverty was issued a new court date and released.
2/25/19 - SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY.  On Saturday, February 23, 2019 at approximately 4:21 P.M., deputies contacted a victim at the Corvallis Police Department records office. A woman said she had been contacted by a male in New York who sent her a $2,500 check to dog sit, which was not in Oregon yet. She deposited the check and was told by her bank the check was fraudulent.  She had not sent any other funds to the male so no loss of money occurred.
2/25/19 - SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY.  On Friday, February 22, 2019, at about 2:50 pm, deputies were dispatched to call a woman regarding a suspicious phone call.  She explained she received a phone call from a person identifying as Lieutenant Randall stating Hubert had a warrant for her arrest.  She said she recognized it was a scam when the Randall told her to go purchase phone cards to clear her warrant.
2/25/19 - WARRANT ARREST.  On February 23, 2019, Luke Jans, 34, was being sentenced on local Benton County matter. A records check confirmed Jans had APD warrants.  He was cited and released with a new court date and time.
2/25/19 - WARRANT ARREST.  On February 22, 2019, Nicholas McCallum, 38, TURNED HIMSELF IN AT JAIL LOBBY FOR A CONFIRMED WARRANT FTA‑MENACING. MCCALLUM WAS CITED AND RELEASED WITH A NEW COURT DATE.
2/25/19 - WARRANT ARREST.  On Feb. 22, 2019 at approximately 10:43am, deputies were releasing an inmate and discovered an active Albany Municipal Court confirmed warrant for Caspino, Garrett, 26, for FTA ‑ Larceny, Bail $1,550.  A court date was issued and Caspino was released.
2/25/19 - WARRANT ARREST.  On Friday, February 22, 2019 at about 8:20 am, deputies went to the 20000 block of Honey Grove Road to locate Jonathan Fox, 29. Fox had a confirmed felony warrant out of Benton County for Felony Assault IV, No Bail.  Fox was transported to Benton County Jail.
2/25/19 - ACCIDENT NON‑INJURY.  On 2/22/2019, a male crashed his father’s vehicle on Highway 20 near Milepost 8.  He said a white truck came into his lane causing him to turn to the right and crash.
2/25/19 - UEMV ‑ UNLAWFUL ENTRY INTO MOTOR VEHICLE; THEFT 2ND DEGREE; CRIMINAL MISCHIEF ‑ 2ND DEGREE.  On Thursday, February 21, 2019, around 2:00 P.M., a victim reported stolen items out of their vehicles on Kings Valley Highway after they were arrested.  They are now reporting several items taken from the vehicles.
2/25/19 - ACCIDENT NON‑INJURY.  On February 20th, 2019 at about 5:20 PM, deputies were dispatched to a crash on Highway 20 in the curve near HP at about mile post 1.5.  Unit 1 was eastbound during a heavy hail storm.  The vehicle lost traction, crossed the westbound lane and slid backward into the fence surrounding the northwest natural gas hub.
2/25/19 - WARRANT ARREST.  On 2/20/19, at 4:00pm, Epica Joann Preuitt, 46, turned herself in to the Benton County Jail for a confirmed for PCS Meth. Preuitt was issued a new court date and time and released.
2/25/19 - WARRANT ARREST; INTERFERING WITH PEACE OFFICER; UNLAWFUL POSSESSION OF HEROIN; THEFT 1ST DEGREE.  On February 16th, 2019, deputies arrested LAUREN NICOLE SANGIOVANNI, 24, on two felony warrants, Interfering with a peace officer, Theft I, and Unlawful possession of Heroin after they chased her both on a stolen bicycle and on foot in the area of Roseberry Street near 49th Street.
2/22/19 - WARRANT ARREST.  On February 21, 2019, Eric Nelson, 19, turned himself into the Benton County Jail for FTA‑DUII and FTA‑DWS. Nelson was issued a new court date and time and released.
2/22/19 - ACCIDENT INJURY.  On Wednesday, February 20, 2019 at about 7:28 am, deputies were dispatched to NE Highway 20 and NW Independence Highway for a motor vehicle crash. Upon arrival, both parties were complaining of injury and were transported to Good Samaritan Hospital by ambulance. Deputies spoke with the driver of vehicle two, who said vehicle two was traveling west on Hwy 20 when vehicle one pulled out from Independence Hwy. Vehicle two was unable to avoid colliding with vehicle one. Vehicle one was stopped on Independence Hwy at the stop sign. The driver of vehicle one said she thought she had enough room to pull out from Independence Hwy onto Highway 20. Vehicle one collided with vehicle two.
2/22/19 - ACCIDENT NON‑INJURY.  On Wednesday, February 20, 2019, at about 12:23 pm, deputies were dispatched to Highway 20 near Lilly Hill Road for motor vehicle crash. Upon arrival, deputies spoke with the driver of vehicle 1, who was driving eastbound on Highway 20. While negotiating a curve, vehicle 1 lost control, sideswiping vehicle number 2 in the westbound lane of travel. The driver of vehicle 2 said he was traveling west on Highway 20 when he observed vehicle number one coming into his lane of travel and was unable to avoid being struck by vehicle 1.
2/22/19 - ASSISTANCE RENDERED PUBLIC; BCSO ‑ DOG BITE.  On February 19, 2019, at 11:13 PM, deputies were dispatched to Mary's Peak Road near Milepost 3 for a group of stranded people stuck in the snow. Five people were rescued from the mountain. During the rescue, a man who was under the influence of drugs and alcohol, opened the dog door on a deputy’s patrol vehicle. He was bit on the upper left arm by K9 Brutus. The man was transported to the hospital and treated for a minor injury.
2/22/19 - WARRANT ARREST.  On Saturday, February 16, 2019 at about 12:14 pm, deputies conducted a traffic stop on Alsea Deadwood Highway near milepost 1. The driver, Angela Rooks had a confirmed warrant out of Yamhill County for FTA‑ PCS‑Meth, $10,000 Bail. Rooks was issued a citation for her warrant and a citation for driving while suspended.
2/22/19 - WARRANT ARREST; UNLAWFUL POSSESSION OF METHAMPHETAMINE.  On Friday, February 15, 2019 at 6:12 PM, deputies saw DAVID MICHAEL LONGO, 43, accessing a storage unit on the east side of the 1400 Block of Highland Drive in Corvallis. LONGO had multiple confirmed warrants. Deputies contacted and arrested LONGO who was transported to the Benton County Jail. There LONGO was found to be in possession of a small baggie of Methamphetamine. LONGO was booked on his warrants and charged with Unlawful Possession of Methamphetamine before being subsequently released due to overcrowding.
2/22/19 - THEFT 2ND DEGREE.  On February 15, 2019 at about 6:00 pm, deputies met with a bus driver who reported a female student stole $700, a debit card, and her social security card from her backpack while she was driving students. The student was identified and deputies were able to recover most of the stolen property.  The 16-year-old was cited into Benton County Juvenile Court for Theft II.
2/22/19 - ACCIDENT NON‑INJURY.  On Friday, February 15, 2019 at about 1:09 pm, deputies came upon a crash in the intersection of NE Arnold and NE William R Carr, in Adair Village. Vehicle one stopped at the stop sign, then proceeded into the intersection. The driver said he did not see vehicle two traveling eastbound onto Arnold from Highway 99W. Vehicle one was unable to avoid colliding with vehicle two. Vehicle two turned east onto Arnold from Highway 99W and was struck near the driver door by vehicle one.
2/20/19 - ASSISTANCE RENDERED PUBLIC.  On February 19, 2019 at 7:39 PM, deputies stopped to assist a disabled motorist parked on Monroe Cemetery Road near Highway 99W in Monroe. The driver hit a deer and told deputies her father was on his way. The father and daughter salvaged the deer.
2/20/19 - THEFT 1ST DEGREE.  On Tuesday, February 19, 2019 at about 11:20 A.M., deputies spoke to a victim by phone about a stolen bike. She stated her husband’s Trek Excalibur 7 mountain bike, worth $1019, was stolen from their residence on the 200 block of NW 53rd Street, sometime between midnight and 11 A.M. She had no suspect information and did not have a serial number for the bike.
2/20/19 - BCSO ‑ DISTURBANCE/MUSIC/NOISE.  On Monday, February 18, 2019 at around 5:00 PM, deputies went to the front of the jail to contact a disorderly female that was yelling in the courthouse.  Deputies have had multiple contacts with her in the past and knew her by sight.  They explained the complaint to her and said she would leave the area.
2/19/19 - WARRANT ARREST.  On February 18, 2019, at 11:05 PM, deputies contacted Greg Brunty, 49, on 9th Street in Corvallis. Brunty had a confirmed warrant out of Benton County Circuit Court for Theft III, Bail $3,500. Brunty was given a new court date from the Benton County Jail and released at the scene.
2/19/19 - WARRANT ARREST; UNLAWFUL POSSESSION OF METHAMPHETAMINE.  On Monday, February 18, 2019 at about 1:50 P.M., deputies arrested Gregory John Mather, 30, on 1st Street near Van Buren Avenue for multiple warrants and Unlawful Possession of Methamphetamine.
2/19/19 - WARRANT ARREST.  On February 18, 2019, jail deputies located a confirmed warrant out of Linn County Circuit Court of FTA PCS Meth with no bail for BISHOP, Jeffrey W, 40. Linn County issued a new court date.
2/19/19 - PURCHASE OR POSSESSION OF LIQUOR BY MINOR.  On Sunday, February 17, 2019, at approximately 5:25 P.M., deputies stopped Braedon Robert Moore Price, 19, on Priest Road near Kings Valley Highway after a traffic violation.  Braedon admitted to drinking a beer and using marijuana.  Braedon was cited for Minor in Possession of Alcohol and Violation of the Basic Rule for 88 in a 55.
2/19/19 - ACCIDENT INJURY.  On Sunday, February 17, 2019, at about 3:15 pm, deputies were dispatched to Airport Road near Cutler Lane for a report of a single vehicle crash.  They arrived and observed a vehicle crashed head‑on into a tree.  The driver stated she swerved to miss an animal in the road and crashed into the tree.  She declined medical transportation.
2/19/19 - CRIMINAL TRESPASS ‑ 2ND DEGREE; THEFT 1ST DEGREE; CRIMINAL MISCHIEF ‑ 2ND DEGREE.  On Sunday, February 17, 2019 at approximately 2:20 P.M., deputies were dispatched to the 20000 block of Starr Creek Road for a reported burglary.  They arrived and spoke with the resident who told them the chain that was used to lock the gate and been cut.  Someone then entered the property and stole his Countyline, 25 ton Wood splitter from under a tarp at the front of the property.  The wood splitter is worth approximately 1400.00 dollars.  He said this likely occurred between February 11 and February 17, 2019.
2/19/19 - USING INVALID LICENSE; CARRYING OF CONCEALED WEAPONS.  On Saturday, February 16, 2019 at about 11:45 PM, deputies were driving east on Plymouth Drive when they saw a small car driving west on Plymouth Drive.  The small car had a white light shining to the rear of the car.  They turned around and located the driver walking away from the car. When they spoke with him he gave deputies his suspended Oregon driver's license.  After placing the driver, identified as JOSHUA ALLEN GILMORE into handcuffs, they located metal knuckles in his pocket.  GILMORE was released with citations.
2/19/19 – WARRANT ARREST; UNLAWFUL POSSESSION OF METHAMPHETAMINE.  On Saturday, February 16, 2019, around 12:30 P.M., deputies arrested Aaron Fredric Hansen, 44, on Alsea Deadwood Highway near milepost 1.  Aaron was arrested on a Columbia County Circuit Court warrant and Unlawful Possession of meth.  Aaron was issued criminal citations for both and released.
2/19/19 - WARRANT ARREST.  ON 2/15/19 AT APPROXIMATELY 1050 AM, SPOER, VICTOR, 36, TURNED HIMSELF INTO THE JAIL LOBBY FOR A CONFIRMED WARRANT OUT OF BENTON COUNTY FOR FTA PCS HEROIN.  SOPER WAS CITED AND RELEASED WITH A NEW COURT DATE.
2/19/19 - WARRANT ARREST.  ON 2/15/19 AT APPROXIMATELY 0940 AM, BROOKS, MARCUS, 30, TURNED HIMSELF INTO THE JAIL LOBBY FOR A CONFIRMED WARRANT OUT OF BENTON COUNTY FOR FTA PCS DUII.  BROOKS WAS CITED AND RELEASED WITH A NEW COURT DATE.
2/19/19 - BURGLARY 1ST DEGREE; CRIMINAL MISCHIEF ‑ 2ND DEGREE; UNLAWFUL POSSESSION OF METHAMPHETAMINE; WARRANT ARREST; THEFT OF SERVICES ‑ UNDER $100; THEFT 2ND DEGREE.  On February 14, 2019 at about 7:35 PM, deputies were dispatched to the 7000 block of NW Mountain View Drive for a report of a Burglary in Progress.  Dispatch said the owners had located a male inside the house.  Deputies arrived and contacted MICHAEL ALVARADO, 27, who was sitting on the floor in the house.  ALVARADO said he had come into the house because he was cold and his car wouldn't start.  ALVARADO also had a Benton County Circuit Court warrant for Unlawful Possession of Methamphetamine.
2/19/19 - WARRANT ARREST; UNLAWFUL POSSESSION OF METHAMPHETAMINE.  On Thursday, February 14, 2019 at approximately 5:07 PM, deputies saw ERIN WINONA MCCLUNG, 27, at the 1000 block of NW 9th Street in Corvallis. MCCLUNG had multiple confirmed warrants for: 1) Marion County Circuit Court, FTA Theft III, $260,000 Bail; 2) Benton County Circuit Court, FTA Trespass I & II, $25,000 Bail; and 3) Albany Municipal Court, FTA Larceny, $6,730 Bail.  MCCLUNG consented to a search of her purse where deputies located a pipe containing presumptive Methamphetamine residue. MCCLUNG was issued citations in lieu of custody for her warrants and the charge of Unlawful Possession of Methamphetamine (Misdemeanor) due to her cooperation.
2/19/19 - WARRANT ARREST.  On February 14, 2019 at about 4:15 PM, deputies saw MICKI RAE ENGLENT, 35, walking eastbound on Washington Avenue, near 2nd Street.  They contacted ENGLENT and arrested her on confirmed Benton County Circuit Court Warrants for Interfering with a Peace Officer X2 and FTA ‑ Theft in the 3rd Degree. Deputies transported ENGLENT to the Benton County Jail.
2/19/19 - ACCIDENT INJURY.  On Thursday, February 14, 2019 at about 8:04 am, deputies were dispatched to a motor vehicle crash on NW Highway 20 at milepost 7. Upon arrival, deputies spoke with the driver of unit 1, who was sitting in the driver seat of her vehicle on the westbound shoulder of Highway 20. Unit 1 was facing west bound with front end damage. The driver said the vehicle in front of her stopped quickly and she was not able to stop in time and struck the rear of unit 2, in front of her. Deputies spoke with the driver of unit 2, who said he was traveling westbound in heavy traffic. Traffic came to a stop rapidly, so he had to stop quickly and his vehicle was struck from behind.
2/19/19 - WARRANT ARREST; UNLAWFUL POSSESSION OF METHAMPHETAMINE.  On Wednesday, February 13, 2019 at approximately 1:29 PM, deputies saw ANGELICA ELAINE HART, 25, at the 1000 block of NW 9th Street in Corvallis. HART had multiple confirmed warrants. She was also in possession of a pipe containing presumptive Methamphetamine residue. HART was booked at the Benton County Jail on her warrants and charged with Unlawful Possession of Methamphetamine (Misdemeanor) before being subsequently released due to overcrowding. Warrants included: Benton County Circuit Court, PCS Methamphetamine (Felony), $15,000 Bail and Benton County Circuit Court, PCS Methamphetamine (Misdemeanor), $10,000 Bail.
2/19/19 - MENACING – DOMESTIC; UNLAWFUL USE OF WEAPON; POSSESSION OF WEAPONS BY CERTAIN FELONS – FELONY.  On Tuesday, February 12, 2019 at around 7:50 PM, a woman called 9‑1‑1 to report Richard Richeson, 56, had got into an argument with with a man at the 20000 block of Lakeside Drive, Corvallis, Benton County.  The man ran from the residence after he saw Richard Richeson pulling a revolver from his waist area, afraid of being shot by Richard Richeson.    Richard Richeson ran from the trailer, hid, and was not located that evening.  Richard Richeson is a convicted Felon who is not allowed to possess firearms.  The firearm was seized as evidence. Richeson turned himself in on February 14 and was released from the Benton County Jail on February 15.
2/19/19 - WARRANT ARREST; USING INVALID LICENSE.  On Monday February 11, 2019 at about 12:18 pm, deputies spoke with Geoffrey Halstead, 29, in the parking lot area near the gate at Irish Bend Park.  They later arrested Geoffrey Halstead for using an invalid license.  Geoffrey Halstead was also arrested on a confirmed Lane County Circuit Court/Junction City warrant for Menacing.  Geoffrey Halstead was issued a citation for using an invalid license.  He was then transported to Monroe and met a Junction City Police Officer who then transported him to Jail.
2/19/19 - CRIMINAL TRESPASS ‑ 2ND DEGREE.  On Sunday, February 10, 2019 at approximately 9pm, deputies were dispatched to the 30000 block of Venell Lane in Corvallis for a possible burglary in progress. Deputies responded and located Megan PAULEY, 24, and John GILLIAM, 55, in a vehicle parked on the southeast corner of a large mechanic shop. Both were arrested for criminal trespass second degree. PAULEY was processed at the jail. GILLIAM was cited and released outside the jail due to jail being temporarily closed.
2/19/19 – DUII; RECKLESS DRIVING.  On Sunday, February 10, 2019, at about 2:20am, deputies stopped a vehicle on NW Kings BLVD near NW Buchanan AVE for failure to drive within lane. They later arrested the driver, Cody Lee Gillespie, 25, for DUII after they determined he was impaired and unable to operate a vehicle safely. Gillespie's blood alcohol content was 0.17%. Gillespie was taken to the Benton County Jail.
2/19/19 – DUII.  On Friday, February 8, 2019 at approximately 6:10pm, deputies stopped Teodoro CISNEROS FLORES, 39, near Alpine Cut Off Road and Orchard Tract Road for a traffic violation. They arrested CISNEROS FLORES for driving while under the influence of intoxicants and transported him to the Law Enforcement Center. He provided a breath sample of 0.10%BAC. Deputies issued him citations for driving while suspended, failure to drive within one lane and DUII. Cisneros Flores was released to a family member at 5th and Jackson Street.