CRIME & SAFETY
Umatilla Police Officers’ Association Hosting Golf Tourney June 10
The Umatilla Police Officers’ Association will be hosting their 11th annual golf tournament fundraiser on Saturday, June 10 at Big River Golf Course in McNary. Registration starts at 8 a.m., with shotgun start at 9 a.m. There will be raffles, a free barbeque lunch and goodie bags. For more information, check out the police department’s Facebook page. Call 541-922-3789 or email Kylie@umatilla-city.org to sign up or ask questions.
Driver Crashes into Building After Striking Vehicle on 11th Street
A motorist was LifeFlighted out of the area Tuesday after crashing into a car and then into a building on 11th Street in Hermiston. Hermiston police responded to a report of a vehicle crash around 3:38 p.m. near the intersection of 11th Street and Juanita Avenue. Upon arrival, officers discovered Devin Gaytan of Hermiston, driving a 2000 Honda CRV, had crashed into a 2018 Honda Civic driven by Marisol Villarreal of Hermiston and continued across a field and into a parking lot before crashing into Mirasol Family Health Center, 589 N.W. 11th St.
Chase Leads to Arrest of Boardman Man on Theft, Burglary Charges
A Boardman man faces multiple charges, including theft and burglary, in connection to a theft of items from Easterday Dairy in Boardman. The Morrow County Sheriff’s Office in a press release reported the property has value of almost $63,000. The sheriff’s office received a call around 11 p.m. May...
Teens cause chaos at HPD
HERMISTON – When an 18-year-old male was assaulted in Hodge Park for allegedly refusing to buy drugs from five teenagers, four of the suspects, between the ages of 14 and 16, were arrested and booked into the juvenile facility in Walla Walla. A fifth suspect is being sought. Meanwhile, Hermiston police issued citations to parents for failing to supervise a minor.
A drone and a dog were key to an arrest
HEPPNER – Marco Antonio Garcia, 37, of Boardman was arraigned in Morrow County Circuit Court Monday afternoon. He is facing multiple charges including an alleged theft from Easterday Farms on May 14. Because of an earlier theft, the owner of the farm had invested in surveillance cameras. Those were...
Theft suspect arrested after burying himself in Boardman field
BOARDMAN, Ore.- Police responded to reports of a burglary in progress that ended with a chase and the suspect trying to bury themselves in a potato field on May 14. A Morrow County Sheriff's Deputy (MCSO) responded to the Easterday Dairy Milking area and tried to stop a suspicious truck pulling a horse trailer. The truck did not stop and attempted to elude the Deputy.
Deputies: Burglar arrested during attempt to steal from Easterday Farms
BOARDMAN – A Boardman, Oregon man is behind bars after his alleged attempt to steal from one of the largest farms in eastern Washington and eastern Oregon. Easterday Farms is based out of the Basin City area north of the Tri Cities. At around 11 p.m. on Sunday, May 14, Morrow County Sheriff’s officials say authorites got a call about a pickup truck with a trailer that had pulled up to the Easterday Dairy Milking Parlor and parked out of sight.
Mulvihill says valuing children is vital for future good behavior
PENDLETON – InterMountain Education Service District Superintendent Mark Mulvihill was shocked by news of four to five young teens beating up an 18-year-old male last week at Hodge Park in Hermiston. He says he’s sure Chief Jason Edmiston and his officers reacted correctly in light of what they were facing.
Workshop helps northeast Oregon officers improve their Spanish-speaking skills
HERMISTON — The job of a law enforcement officer is stressful and challenging under the best of circumstances. It’s even more so when you are unable to communicate with the people you encounter on a day-to-day basis. That is the case for many officers in Hermiston and its...
Parents to Be Cited Following ‘Brutal’ Assault by Five Juveniles
Five parents will be cited on a charge of failing to supervise a minor following what the Hermiston Police chief is calling a “brutal” attack by five juveniles Thursday afternoon. According to HPD Chief Jason Edmiston, officers responded at around 12:15 p.m. to a report of a fight...
HPD issues citations to parents
HERMISTON, Ore.- Hermiston Chief of Police Jason Edmiston is calling on a 20-year-old city ordinance to cite 5 parents for the actions of their children on Thursday.
5 parents face citations for "failing to supervise a minor," children facing assault charges
HERMISTON, Ore.- Hermiston Chief of Police Jason Edmiston is calling on a 20-year-old city ordinance to cite 5 parents for the actions of their children on Thursday. The children were involved in a felony assault of another student and have been booked into the Umatilla County Juvenile Department. "The absolute...
Chief issues a warning to parents
HERMISTON – Hermiston police have issued citations to five parents whose children were involved in a fight at Hodge Park near Hermiston High School at in which a student was severely beaten today (Thursday). Chief Jason Edmiston said that applying the failure to supervise a minor ordinance has been used in instances of graffiti and for very extreme cases.
- 1‘That ’70s Show’ Actor Danny Masterson Convicted Of Two Counts Of Rape, Facing Up To 30 Years In Prison
- 2Senate passes measure to halt Biden’s student debt forgiveness
- 3Russian missile kills 3, including child, in Ukraine
- 4Trump recorded admitting to keeping classified document
- 5Ring pays millions for mishandling videos
- 6The Pentagon Cancels Drag Show at U.S. Air Force Base
- 7Grand jury charges ex-GOP candidate with election interference in shootings at lawmakers’ homes
- 8Pistons hire Monty Williams as new coach
© 2023 Particle Media.