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POLICE LOGS: Nov. 3, 2017


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La Grande Police Department

Arrested: Sharon K Bradley, 39, La Grande, was cited on a charge of harassment and second-degree criminal mischief.

Arrested: Albert Wayne Johnson, 35, unknown address, was arrested on a Union County warrant on a charge of failure to appear on original charges of harassment and disorderly conduct.

Arrested: Tyson Arthur Hancock, 43, was arrested on a parole and probation detainer.

Arrested: Jeffrey Adam Smith, 35, was arrested on two Union County warrants. 1) On a charge of failure to appear on an original charge of possession of a schedule 2 controlled substance, possession of a schedule 3 controlled substance and third-degree theft. 2) On a charge of failure to appear on an original charge of driving under the influence and refuse intoxicant test.

Arrested: Christopher Lee Cox, 33, La Grande, was arrested on an Oregon State Parole Board warrant on a charge of parole violation on an original charge of a traffic offense.

Arrested: Craig William Dooley, 45, transient, was arrested on a parole and probation detainer.

Arrested: Anthony Michael Shrout, 36, unknown address, was arrested on two Morrow County warrants. 1) On a charge of failure to appear on an original charge of criminal driving while suspended and 2) On a charge of second-degree failure to appear.

Arrested: Harold Allen Powell, 36, La Grande, was arrested on a Utah warrant on a charge of theft by receiving. Powell was also arrested on a charge of third-degree escape.

Union County Sheriff’s Office

Arrested: Corey Dean Collins, 19, Elgin, was arrested on charges of first-degree sex abuse, unlawful sexual penetration, contributing to the sexual delinquency of a minor and fourth-degree assault.

La Grande Fire Department

The La Grande Fire Department responded to six calls for medical assistance on Wednesday and 12 calls for medical assistance, one smoke check and a report of smoke on Thursday.