Reported from 8 a.m. Thursday
to 8 a.m. Monday.
Christopher Ronald Brown, 42, 780 E. Diagonal Boulevard: Assault IV (Domestic violence), interfering with a police officer, harassment.
Peter Villarreal, 54, transient: Disorderly conduct II.
Juan Carlos Silvestre, 105 Main St. #22, Boardman:?DUII, open container, fail to carry or present.
Dusty Jerod Cooper, 28, 78605 Lloyd Road: DUII (blood alcohol .20).
From 7-Eleven, 775 Highway 395. Taken: Items not listed.
From vehicle at Safeway, 990 S. Highway 395. Taken:?Wallet with $300, credit card.
From Armand Larive Middle School. Reported:?Burglary.
From Hermiston High School, 600 S. First St. Taken:?Cell phone.
From 400 block E. Jennie Ave. Reported: Theft and forgery.
From Safeway. Taken: Two cases of beer.
From vehicle at Economy Inn, 835 N. First St. Taken: $300.
From 100 block S.W. Butte Drive. Taken: Weed eater and lawn mower.
From Chens Chinese Restaurant, 204 E. Hurlburt Ave. Taken:?Cell phone.
From customer at Walmart, 1350 N. First St. Taken: Prescription.
From vehicle on Northwest 12th Place. Taken: Items not listed.
From Walmart. Reported: One incident of shoplifting, items not listed.
FIRE, AMBULANCE RUNS
6:55 a.m. Thursday: Vertigo, 600 block W. Madrona Ave.
9:20 a.m. Thursday: Flight crew transfer, Good Shepherd Medical Center, 610 N.W. 11th St.
3:12 a.m. Friday: Non-emergency transport to Good Shepherd, Regency Hermiston, 970 W. Juniper Ave.
10:45 a.m. Friday: Fainted, Urgent Health Care, 235 E. Newport Ave.
10:09 a.m. Saturday: Possible heart attack, 100 block S.W. 8th Place.
10:56 a.m. Saturday: Altered level of consciousness, Ashley Manor, 1355 S.W. Manzanita Place.
6:38 p.m. Saturday: Ongoing nose bleed, 300 block E. Dogwood Ave.
12:21 p.m. Sunday: Possible fire, Interstate 84, milepost 179.
5:08 a.m. Monday: Non-emergency transfer to OSHU, Good Shepherd.
Morrow County Sheriff
From Third/Main Street, Irrigon. Reported:?Fraud/forgery.
From 74600 block Magic Garden Lane, Irrigon. Reported:?Theft.
Arrests and offenses: The Hermiston Herald reports are taken from the logs of area police agencies. The Herald generally reports crimes classified only as felonies, but also may report misdemeanors when a rash of one kind of crime occurs; when a public official or prominent individual is involved; when an incident has an unusual aspect; and some traffic-related offenses. Every effort is made to report the court disposition of all arrests reported.