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Police Reports (Aug. 17)

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Posted: Wednesday, August 17, 2011 6:00 am

St. Helens Police Department

Aug. 3 - A man reported a theft of items from a storage unit.

Aug. 4 - A woman reported the theft of her wallet.

Aug. 4 - A report of tampering and bribing a witness is currently under investigation.

Aug. 6 - Lucas James Johannsen was arrested for a hit and run, reckless driving as well as driving with a suspended license.

Aug. 8 - Robert Raymond Snider was cited for harassment after slapping someone.

Aug. 9 - John Allard Kraemer was cited for criminal mischief after rolling a tire into a vehicle.

Aug. 10 - A reported rape is under investigation.

Aug. 10 - David Brian Williamson was cited for not having a business license.

Scappoose Police Department

Aug. 5 - Jerry Glasscock, 39, was taken into custody following a traffic stop at NE West Lane and NE Kale Street. He was charged driving under the influence of intoxicants, a probation violation out of St. Helens Municipal Court and contempt of court (also out of the St. Helens Municipal Court). He was also cited for having defective lighting and refusing to take a breath test. He was lodged into the Columbia County Jail.

Aug. 7 - Police responded to Roadrunner Gas and Grocery on a report of theft III.

Aug. 8 - Herbert Apon, 40, was arrested at the intersection of NE Erin Drive and West Lane Road. After an investigation, he was charged with driving under the influence of intoxicants. He was lodged into the Columbia County Jail.

Aug. 9 - Police arrested Neil Schneider, 43, for violating his probation out of Columbia County Parole and Probation. He was lodged into the Columbia County Jail.

Aug. 10 - Police took Christopher Miller, 20, into custody for violating his probation out of the Scappoose Municipal Court. He was lodged into the Columbia County Jail.

Aug. 11 - Police conducted a traffic stop in the 52000 block of Columbia River Highway. Police seized two Oregon license plates that were displayed illegally.

Aug. 13 - Police assisted the Portland Police with a traffic stop at the intersection of North Philadelphia and North Ivanhoe in St. Johns. Later, Portland Police arrested Charles Creighton, 36, for DUII and reckless driving.

Columbia County Sheriff's Office

Aug. 8 - A caller stated his residence on Cater Hill Road in Scappoose had been broken into by an unknown subject(s). The caller stated this occurred a couple days prior to the reporting date. It was reported an Xbox, money and prescription drugs were taken. This case is pending further information.

Aug. 8 - Deputies took a report of prescription medication being taken from a residence on Devonshire Court in Scappoose. The caller confronted the people thought to have stolen the pills. This case is pending further information.

Aug. 8 - A caller stated she had been in a verbal dispute with her husband at their residence on Wonderly Road in Rainier. The caller stated the male subject broke some chairs and was frightening his wife. It was reported the male subject had calmed down. Following an investigation, Christopher Huff, 37, of Rainier was taken into custody for interfering with making a report. Huff was transported to and lodged into the Columbia County Jail.

Aug. 13 - Deputies responded to a report of a motor vehicle accident in the area of Canaan and Green roads in Deer Island. It was reported a single vehicle went off the road and into a creek. It was reported all occupants were out of the vehicle and no injuries were reported. A local tow company was called to remove the vehicle. The scene was cleared and peace was restored.

 

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