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Upset Boaters Confront Sheriff’s Deputies

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A group of boaters confront Deputies who were conducting a boating while intoxicated investigation. On Saturday July 18th, Marion County Sheriff’s Marine Patrol Deputy Zahn made contact with the driver of a pontoon boat at the Detroit Lake Marina Annex at 6 PM. Deputy Zahn attempting to contact the driver based on a boating while intoxicated investigation. It was reported to Deputy Zahn the pontoon boat had almost run into two other boats where the operators of those boats had to push the pontoon boat away from hitting their boats. Marina staff who rented the boat had to jump on board and dock it for the subjects.

The driver was with a group of 3 other pontoon boats with approximately 35-40 subjects in the group. Another subject in the group began to argue with Deputy Zahn and interfere with his investigation while the driver began to walk away from the scene. Deputy Zahn was able to again contact the driver on the dock when 15-20 subjects began walking toward him.

Several of the second group began yelling and a couple subjects were throwing empty beer cans at Deputy Zahn. Deputy Zahn was able to call for cover and place the driver into handcuffs. Luckily Deputy Zahn had two Marion County Cadets with him and was able to let the cadets escort the driver off the dock while Deputy Zahn continued to attempt to keep the crowd back.

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Photo: OSP

Deputy Zahn backed away from the crowd toward the shore as cover units arrived. 2 subjects in the group continued to advance toward Deputy Zahn and Officer Armenta being more aggressive and argumentative. Deputy Zahn and Officer Armenta took one of the aggressors into custody when he approached them yelling and swinging his arms while approaching the officers.

A third subject approached the two cadets who were escorting the driver up the shore toward a vehicle and was stopped by several off duty Marion County Sheriff’s Deputies who just arrived at the marina. The third subject was arrested at this point.

This was a very dangerous situation where Deputies were dealing with intoxicated subjects on a dock and were greatly outnumbered by the subjects in the group. The deputies showed a great deal of restraint and were able to resolve the situation with no injuries to anyone involved.

The driver of the boat is 22 year old Edward Ramirez from California and he has been charged with Boating under the influence of Intoxicants. Ramirez had a blood alcohol content one and a half times the legal limit. The other two subjects that were arrested are 23 year old Ivan Barajas and 26 year old Ernesto Barajas who are both from California. They have been charged with Disorderly Conduct 2 and Interfering with a Police Officer and were lodged at the Marion County Jail.

The Sheriff’s Office would like to remind people to have a plan prior to leaving the dock as to who is going to be the designated driver. Although it is legal to consume alcoholic beverages on a boat, it is not legal for the driver to be intoxicated. More than half of all boating accidents involve alcohol. We would also like to remind citizens that you do not have any legal right to interfere with a criminal investigation and should comply with any police officers commands.

Mugshot Preview: Former UO Duck Defensive Back

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Here’s a preview of one of the many people coming up in tomorrow’s edition of mugshots.


 

Name: Issac Marquice Dixon
Sex: M
Facility: Lane County Jail
Arresting agency: Eugene Police Department
Booking date: 05-16-15 –  02:54
Charges: assault in the 4th degree – misdemeanour

 

Former Oregon Ducks defensive back Isaac Dixon, a redshirt sophomore from Monsignor Pace High School (Opa Locka, Florida), has been arrested for assault in the 4th degree.

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Issac Dixon #5

At approximately 1:14 am, May 16th,  Eugene Police received a call about a physical dispute between former Duck Dixon and his 21-year-old girlfriend. Police claim Dixon injured his girlfriend’s nose.

Dixon was charged with assault in the 4th degree and lodged in the Lane County Jail at 2:54 am.

To read more about Dixon’s former Duck football history click here:  http://eugenedailynews.com/2013/08/5-issac-dixon/

 

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Issac Dixon – mugshot

 


 

Information from the arrest/booking of the above person was selected from the website of the Lane County Jail (LCJ).  The mugshot used in this article was taken from that website and is public record. All those arrested/booked are presumed to be innocent until proven guilty.

Please Note: We do not accept money to remove mugshots. These are public records published from the Lane County Arrest Reports. If your charges have been dismissed, forward a copy (a large clear cellphone image is acceptable) to [email protected] with the Subject “Mugshot Request”, we will confirm your status and remove the posting.

US Bank Robbery Suspect Arrested

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On Friday March 6, 2015, Portland Police officers responded to the U.S. Bank branch located at 636 SE Grand Avenue on the report of a bank robbery.

Officers arrived in the area and spoke to employees who told police that the suspect used a demand note and obtained cash before fleeing the area.

Robbery detectives and Special Agents from the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) conducted investigative follow-up, identifying 28-year-old Brian Joseph Sutton as the suspect.

Investigators obtained an arrest warrant on Wednesday March 11 and within an hour, a Behavioral Health Unit (BHU) officer responded to a welfare check in the 8100 block of Southeast Division Street.

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Brian Joseph Sutton

The officer contacted a man, later identified as Sutton, and determined he had an outstanding warrant for bank robbery.

Sutton was arrested and booked into the Multnomah County Jail on a Federal Hold.

Anyone with information about this bank robbery is asked to contact Detective Brett Hawkinson at (503) 823-1080, [email protected]; or, the Portland office of the F.B.I. at (503) 224-4181.

 

 

 

Man Arrested for 2014 Stabbing

3-6 SPRINGFIELD STABBING MUGSPRINGFIELD, Ore. – Police arrested the man they say is responsible for a stabbing last year.

Springfield Police arrested 47-year-old Ernest Bisson Thursday night, after serving a search warrant at a residence  in the 3900 block of East 15th Ave in Glenwood. Bisson attempted to flee from the residence, but gave up after jumping a fence.

Police say Bisson is responsible for stabbing a man in the stomach on Main Street in September 2014. The man suffered non-life threatening injuries. Bisson went into hiding after the stabbing.

Bisson is facing multiple charges, including unlawful use of a weapon.

Police Arrest Robbery Suspect

2-1 JESSIE CHESTNUTEUGENE, Ore. — Eugene Police arrested a man accused of robbing two restaurants in the River Road area.

Police say Jessie Chestnut was arrested around 2 a.m. Sunday, accused of robbing the Burrito Boy on River Rd. and the Shari’s on Division.

EPD says they got a call from Burrito Boy around 8:30 p.m. Saturday, that a man robbed the restaurant. Soon after, investigators learned of a similar situation at Shari’s.

The Burrito Boy manager says his employee told him about the robbery, and she wasn’t hurt because she handed over the money like she was taught to do.

“The first thing that comes to my mind is, ‘are the employees safe’? Our employees are, first and foremost, the most important thing. Monday can be replaced and it would be detrimental if something happened to the employees,” says manager Victor Melendrez.

Investigators say no one was hurt from either of the robberies.

Stabbing In Talent Under Investigation

talent policeTALENT, Ore. — Two young men have been arrested in connection to a stabbing in Talent.

Talent Police report the incident began on Saturday night, when a 45-year-old woman let 18-year-old Eric Val Henshaw and 19-year-old Michael Lawrence Koch-Prosser into her home. Police say the victim knew both of the suspects and Henshaw is reportedly the victim’s nephew.

Once inside, police say the two suspects assaulted the victim using a knife and by striking her with an airsoft pistol. The victim then ran outside where other people heard her cries and called police. The two suspects fled the scene and were later found at a movie at Tinseltown Cinema.

The victim was transported to Rogue Regional Medical Center. Talent Police report she is expected to recover from injuries.

Eric Val Henshaw and Michael Lawrence Koch-Prosser were lodged at Jackson County Jail on charges of Attempted Murder; Assault I; Assault II; Attempted Rape I; Conspiracy to Commit Abuse of a Corpse I; Unlawful Use of a Weapon; and Conspiracy to Commit Murder. Talent Police report the total bail on each suspect is $5,015,000.00.

Woman Arrested for Black Friday Theft

UNDERWOOD MUG SHOT1CORVALLIS, Ore. — Police in Corvallis say a woman tried to take advantage of Black Friday, but she was focused more on the steals than the deals.

Corvallis Police responded to Fred Meyer this morning, after reports of a theft. They say Jacqueline Day Underwood loaded a shopping cart with televisions, blue ray players, ps3 games, and clothes, then walked out of the store amidst the crowd of shoppers.

The value of the merchandise was more than $1500.

When police contacted underwood they say she was in possession of meth. She was lodged at the Benton County Jail on a $25,000 bond.

Wanted Man Arrested Following Search

Police-LightsSALEM, Ore. — Oregon State Police and Salem Police arrested a wanted 21-year-old man after he fled a traffic stop Wednesday morning.

OSP says around 2:36 a.m. it received a call about a driving complaint on Interstate 5. A trooper stopped the car around 2:50 a.m. on the off-ramp to Market Street.

The car’s passenger was not wearing a seat belt, provided a false name to the trooper, and then fled on foot. The passenger was identifies as Kristopher Allen Rice, 21, of Salem. Rice was wanted in Marion County on felony warrants.

Additional law enforcement officers arrived on scene to help search for Rice. Around 6:15 a.m. SPD SWAT found Rice in a transient tent surrounded by brush and arrested him. Police found a small amount of methamphetamine on him.

Rice was transported to Marion County Jail and lodged on the felony warrants for dangerous drugs and unlawful use of a motor vehicle, and local charges of unlawful Possession of a controlled substance – methamphetamine and furnishing false information to a police officer.

The driver was not arrested.

Man Arrested Twice in Five Hours

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CORVALLIS, Ore. —  A man was arrested twice within five hours on Monday in Corvallis.

Someone called police on Monday from the King’s Landing Apartments, saying there was a suspicious man trespassing.

Later, Corvallis Police responded to another call – this time from a woman in the Fred Meyer parking lot. Police say the same man, 28-year-old Gennadiy Leonard of Portland, was trying to get into the woman’s car. The report states it appeared as though he may have been holding a weapon underneath his arm. The arrest report says the woman got into her car, locked her doors, but the suspect still tried to get in.

Police arrested Leonard for criminal trespass in the second degree, and he was soon after released from jail.

Not only five hours later, the members at the Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity near Oregon State University were in the middle of their weekly chapter meeting. Suddenly, the 70-some members noticed a man running through the basement of their house.

“The man just kind of panted his way and ran through here,” said Sigma Phi Epsilon member Rhett Ybarra as he pointed to the hallway in the house’s basement. “And collectively there was just kind of a point of: ‘Does anyone know him?’  And immediately eight, nine, or ten people got up and ran after him.”

The fraternity brothers raced after suspect and chased after him through their back door. Ybarra says someone called 911, and that he and a group of other members ran after Leonard down to NW Arnold Way, where they were able to flag down police officers to make the arrest.

Though nothing was stolen from the fraternity, Ybarra says the event shows the fraternity’s comradery.

“We treat this house just as a house you live in or apartment or anything like that,” he said. “So if someone’s breaking into our home, we’d react just like anyone else. It’s trespassing. It’s not okay.”

Police reports say Leonard is charged with one count of Criminal Trespass in the first degree and two counts of Criminal Trespass in the second degree. However, the Benton County Circuit Court says the case has not yet been filed through the District Attorney’s Office.

Teen Rape Suspect Arrested Near Autzen

RAPE ARRESTEUGENE, Ore. — A 17-year-old is custody accused of beating and raping a woman near Autzen Stadium Saturday night.

At about 8:15 p.m. Eugene Police Officers were called to the area of Martin Luther King Boulevard and Scout Access Road, between Autzen Stadium and the Boy Scouts of America building. When they got there, officers say they found a woman who had been beaten and raped by an unknown male who had fled the area.

Police immediately began searching with the help of K9 officers. After a short time, officers found a 17-year-old male, matching the suspect description. Police say he’s not from the area and didn’t know the victim.

The 17-year-old suspect was arrested for rape, kidnapping and assault.

The 39-year-old alleged victim was taken to a local hospital.

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