St. Helens Police Department
June 8 – A male juvenile was referred to the juvenile department for minor in possession and criminal mischief after breaking a window on Westshire Lane.
June 11 – Plantation House Pizza reported a burglary and theft.
June 14 – Paul Clay Wittke, 51, was arrested for driving under the influence of intoxicants.
June 14 – Jeri Leandra Bailey, 32, was arrested on an outstanding Columbia County Circuit Court warrant.
June 14 – The concession stand door at McCormick Park was damaged.
June 15 – The concession stand door at the Sixth Street ballpark was damaged.
June 16 – Gary Dunae Martin, 46, was arrested for unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, fraudulent use of a credit card and probation violation.
June 16 – Christopher Thomas MacLean, 50, was arrested on an outstanding St. Helens Municpal Court warrant.
June 17 – Angela Faye Bennett, 28, was arrested for harassment following a domestic disturbance.
June 17 – Police responded to a domestic disturbance in the 200 block of Crouse Way.
June 17 – Robert Paul Wehrly, 29, was arrested for violation of a restraining order.
June 17 – Savanah Lee Connell, 25, was arrested for possession of methamphetamine.
June 17 – Kum Ngo ran her vehicle into St. Helens Middle School.
June 18 – Shannon J. Neufeld, 43, was arrested on an outstanding St. Helens Municipal Court warrant.
June 18 – Police responded to a domestic disturbance in the 100 block of Halsey Street.
June 18 – Items were taken from Rainshadow Labs Manufacturing.
June 18 – Shannon Jenova Neufeld, 43, was arrested on an outstanding St. Helens Municipal Court warrant.
June 20 – A male juvenile was reported as a runaway.
June 21 – A violation of a restraining order is under investigation.
Scappoose Police Department
June 12 – Police responded to the 32000 block of NW Bella Vista Drive on a report of a domestic in progress. After investigation Trevor Hickam, 19, was booked and lodged in the Columbia County Jail for assault IV - felony domestic, strangulation, menacing, harassment, interference with a police report, criminal trespass I, criminal mischief II and reckless endangerment.
June 15 – Police assisted Oregon State Troopers on Columbia River Highway Near Cornelius Pass Road.
June 16 – Police assisted Scappoose Fire District with a commercial fire in the 33000 Block of SW Maple Street.
June 16 – Police took Zakre Wilcox, 23, into custody in the 33000 block of Havlik Drive for four outstanding warrants out of the Scappoose Municipal Court. He was booked and lodged in the Columbia County Jail.
June 16 – Police assisted the St. Helens Police Department at the Columbia County Jail for a DRE Evaluation (Drug Recognition Expert).
June 16 – The vehicle Jodi Cullen, 34, was driving was impounded following a traffic stop on Columbia River Highway and E. Columbia Avenue. She was cited for driving uninsured.
June 17 – Police arrested George Bird, 50, in the 52000 block of NW First Street for Harassment. He was booked and released at the Columbia County Jail.
June 17 – Police arrested Troy Gulliksen, 35, in the 33000 block of NE Royal Drive for an outstanding warrant out of the Columbia County Circuit Court. He was booked and lodged in the Columbia County Jail.
June 18 – Police responded to a report of a suspicious circumstance in the 33000 block of SE Rolling Hills Drive.
June 18 – Police assisted Department of Human Services for a welfare check in the 51000 block of SE Sixth Street.
June 18 – Police responded to Fred Meyer at 51501 Columbia River Highway on a report of a shoplifter in custody. Sheryl Ray, 54, was cited and released for theft III.
June 18 – Police responded to the 33000 block of SW Sycamore on a report of a domestic. Roberto Rondan, 45, was booked and lodged in the Columbia County Jail for assault IV (domestic) and harassment.
June 19 – Paula Gomez, 38, was arrested for a felony warrant out of Washington State’s Clark County Superior Court. She was booked and lodged in the Columbia County Jail.
June 19 – Police took a report of found property in the 33000 block of Havlik Drive.
June 19 – Police responded to the 52000 block of SW First Street on a report of criminal mischief.
June 19 – Police responded to a non-injury motor vehicle accident on Columbia River Highway near Havlik Drive.
June 20 – Police responded to Jackpot gas station located at 51883 Columbia River Highway for an audible alarm.
June 20 – Jennifer Dewey, 32, was taken into custody in St. Helens for two outstanding warrants out of the Scappoose Municipal Court. She was booked and lodged in the county jail.
June 20 – Police arrested Christopher Richards, 29, in the 400 block of S. 16th Street in St. Helens for an outstanding warrant out of the St. Helens Municipal Court. He was booked and lodged in the county jail.
June 20 – Police arrested Russell Spooner, 21, in the 30000 block of Boulder Ridge Drive in Scappoose for an outstanding warrant out of the Scappoose Municipal Court. He was booked and lodged in the Columbia County Jail.
June 20 – Police arrested Terry West, 61, in the 11000 block of SE Taylor Street in Portland for an outstanding warrant out of the Scappoose Municipal Court. He was booked and lodged in the county jail.
June 20 – Police assisted Clatskanie Police Department in the 100 block of N Nehalem Street.
June 20 – Police arrested Amy Stevenson, 30, in the 52000 block of Columbia River Highway for theft II. She was booked and lodged in the Columbia County Jail.
June 20 – Police assisted St. Helens Police Department in the 300 block of North 18th Street. Police transported the custody to the Columbia County Jail.
June 20 – Police arrested Tammy Minter, 46, in the 34000 block of Doe Lane for an outstanding warrant out of the Scappoose Municipal Court. She was booked and lodged in the county jail.
June 21 – Police arrested Tosha McKim, 31 in Scappoose City Hall for an outstanding Scappoose Municipal Court Warrant. She was booked and Lodged in the County Jail.
June 21 – Police took a report of Criminal Mischief in the 33000 block of SE Third Place.
June 21 – Police assisted Department of Human Services in the 51000 block of S.E. Fifth Street on a welfare check.
June 22 – Police impounded the vehicle Guy Bennett, 60, was driving following a traffic stop on Columbia River Highway near SW E. M. Watts Road. He was cited for driving while suspended and fail to carry proof of insurance.
June 23 – Patrick Speake, 25, was taken into custody at the Wigwam Tavern for violating his probation with the Scappoose Municipal Court. He was booked and lodged in the Columbia County Jail.
June 23 – Police took Brittanie Elliot, 18, into custody near the intersection of NW Laurel and NW Fourth Street following a traffic stop. She was charged with driving under the Influence of Intoxicants. She was booked and lodged in the Columbia County Jail.
June 23 – Police arrested Jimmy Masters, 51, at the Wigwam tavern for violating his probation out of the Scappoose Municipal Court. He was booked and lodged in the Columbia County Jail.
June 23 – Police impounded the vehicle James Lyons, 59, was driving following a traffic stop on SW Old Portland Road near Dutch Canyon Road. He was cited for fail to renew registration and driving uninsured.
June 23 – Police booked and released Larrie Pattyn, 41, for harassment following an investigation at the Wigwam Tavern.
Columbia County Sheriff’s Office
June 15 – Deputies responded to a criminal mischief call at 67598 Meissner Road, the caller reported a row of mailboxes had been hit.
June 15 – Deputes responded to the Alston Country Store at 25239 Alston Road; the caller said a fire was started behind the building the previous night. The caller also said there was no damage to the building and that it may have been started with a lighter and cardboard. There are no known suspects.
June 15 – A caller reported someone filming juveniles in the area of 25231 Alderbark St., without permission. The caller said the subject knew she was not allowed to film juveniles without permission and that there have been ongoing issues with that subject.
June 15 – A caller said her attorney had her call and report than on Aug. 14, 2011, her boyfriend had pusher her into a wall, dragged her down a hallway and punched her in the face until another person puller him off her. The caller said she had not previously reported the incident out of fear.
June 15 – A caller at 25193 Alston Road reported that someone hit his car then drove off. The suspect and suspect vehicle is unknown.
June 16 – Deputies were called to 34625 N. Honeyman Road after a caller in the area reported spotting a vehicle used in previous thefts in the area. The caller said he could identify the suspects because he has caught them “a couple of times.” Gary W. Caldwell, 45, of 24625 N. Honeyman Road in Scappoose and Shannon M. Burk, 36, of 52200 Village Way #16, of Scappoose, were arrested and charged with burglary I and were transported to the Columbia County Jail.
June 16 – A caller at the Yankton Store at 33144 Pittsburg Road said she loaned her car to her boyfriend the previous day and her purse had been in it. The following morning she noticed that her bankcard had been used. The caller checked her bank account but did not put any stop payments into effect. The suspect information was given.
June 16 – A caller reported that a part of the bridge at milepost 2 on the Scappoose Vernonia Highway had been disconnected and that it looked like someone was trying to take it.
June 17 – A caller at 32447 Church Road said her husband was trying to stop her from leaving and that she was currently locked in the bathroom. The caller hung up to check on another family member in the house. She called back to say she had left and wanted to cancel the call.
June 17 – A caller at 34948 Sykes Road said he was a nurse and that his patient had just died. The caller said he was unsure of the procedure for reporting the death. A local funeral home was notified.
June 18 – A caller at 75883 Price Road said he heard six shots in rapid succession.
June 18 – Deputies were called to a report of a domestic disturbance at 57161 Main St. The caller said her ex-husband had been verbally abusive to her, had thrown a bottle of cleaner at her and also poured on her head. Michael Thomas Mayer, 50, of 57161 Main St. in Scappoose, was arrested for parole violation and harassment and was taken to the Columbia County Jail.
June 19 – A caller at 52711 Luma Vista Drive said her house had been broken into and that when she arrived at the home, the doorjamb hand been broken and the door was standing open. The caller also said the garage door was open about two feet and the alarm was chirping. The caller did not know when this had happened but the owner’s daughter had been to the location two days earlier and it did not look broken into then. A deputy entered the residence to verify no suspects were inside the home.
June 18 – CCSO received a report from 35485 Spence St., of someone calling repeatedly and saying threatening things. The suspect name and phone were given to deputies.
June 18 – A caller from Midway Veterinary Clinic at 34453 McGary Lane said that approximately 2:15 p.m., a person known to them walked into the back room and took the cash box containing approximately $157 and that several people had witnessed the incident. The suspect’s name, vehicle description and address were given.
June 18 – CCSO received a call of horses running loose in the area of Achilles and N. Morse roads.
June 18 – A caller said her car had been broken into within the last two days and the stereo and other personal items were taken. Possible suspect names were given.
June 18 – Michael D. Myers, 24, of 16932 SE Haig St., Portland, was arrested in the area of Cater Road and Pebble Drive for parole violation and was taken to the Columbia County Jail.
June 19 – Deputies received a report of a suspicious person at 75222 Olson Road. The caller said approximately two hours earlier, a man had been walking down the road and talked to the caller’s neighbor about things that were stolen from the caller’s home that the man should have no knowledge of. The caller said the suspect jumped into the brush and had taken off towards a neighbor’s home. Deputies were unable to locate the suspect upon arrival.
June 19 – CCSO received a call about a burglary at 18506 Johnson Road. The caller said the subject had been in her house while her kids were also home. The caller said the subject had taken her dog out of the kennel, come up onto the porch and when one of the kids opened the door, the subject ran into the house and took a shower. The caller thinks the subject was on the property all night. The kids stated they thought someone had been peering in the windows at them.
June 21 – A caller at 17269 Sheely Creek Road complained of a helicopter and gunfire in the area. No deputies were on duty. State police responded but were unable to locate.