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Page 10 The Sentinel March 14, 2012 I II Police Page Police Activity of Note in Coos County Week of March d - March 10,2012 3-4-12 Coquille 12:08 am. 5th and Baxter. Traffic stop. Arrested Tyson Zakit, 31, charged with DUII. 12:50 am. 1200 block N. Elliott. Receiving harassing phone calls. 1:11 am. 90 W. 1st. Mr. Zacks. Fight in front of bar. 3:37 am. HWY 42 and Central. Traffic stop. Arrested Femando Servin, 20, charged with Interfering with Police, Resisting Arrest, cited for MIP-Alcohol. Cited Emesto Lorenzano, 19, for MIP- Alcohol. 9:03 pm. 282 W. 6th. Theft of bicycle. 11:41 pm. 47 S. Cedar. Rivers Edge RV Park. Suspicious subject screaming in the area. Coos Bay 3:25 am. 1075 Newmark 7-11. Arrested Jerry Loreman, 32, for PV. 5:07 am. N. 8th Street. Report of mental subject talking to himself. 5:22 am. 1075 Newmark. Empire 7-11. Subject just stole food and beer and ran from location. 10:30 am. 579 S. Broadway. Damage to building. 10:36 am. 225 N. 13th. Arrested Cellila Campus, 26, warrant unlawful possession of Meth. Lodged at CCJ. 11:10 am. 777 N. Bayshore. Graffiti call. 1:04 pm. 500 Central. Family dispute. Man stating his wife locked him out of his room at Edgewater Inn. 1:38 pro. Front and Ingersoll. Accident Vehicle vs skateboarder. 2:24 pm. Theft. Arrested Otto Raidiger, charged with Theft 3. 8:37 pm. 250 S. Marple. Medical call, poss. victim of assault. 8:36 pm. 640 Shorepines. Prowler, poss, attempted burglary. North Bend 1:53 am. 1500 block of McPherson. Officer out w/vehicle with trunk wide open. Officer closed truck and advised it did not appear to tampered with. 9:30 am. 2050 Lincoln. Report of juveniles, 2 boys and 2 girls, at the south end of the parking lot at the location, with a BB gun or poss. a 22. Officer responded UTL. Was advised by nearby wimesses that the gun was a BBgun. 10:30 am. 3698 Broadway. Employee request for officers to respond to disorderly female in the store causing customers to want to leave, they request she be permanently trespassed. Officer contacted and trespassed subject. 12:40 pm. 2428 17th. Rp reported someone shot through her window sometime overnight. Officer advised it was a BB pellet that made the hole. 1:30 pm. 1735 Virginia. Safeway request NBPD to call wallet owner who dropped his wallet while refueling. 4:03 pm. 1980 Sherman. Rp reported his stolen Iphone was found pawned at location. Rp stated there was insufficient info on the subject that pawned the item. Investigation is continuing. 4:26 pro. Newmark and Sherman. Report of two boys playing with airsoft rifles at each other, too close to the little kids playing in the park. 4:49 pm. 2097 Oak. Rp reports 4 year old child showed up at her house, unknown were she lives, UTL parents. Officer responded and located the childs house nearby as the mother returned home. It turned out child had slipped out of the house while his dad was sleeping inside the house. Parents given tips on child proofing. 4:50 pm. 1735 Virginia. Pony Village security reported male just shoplifted from Safeway and poss. the mall. Fled on foot. UTL. Investigation continuing. 4:55 pro. 1500 block 17th, Rp requests officer respond for ne!ghbor with dementia, wandering around outside in her night clothes and won't go back inside. Subject was taken to BAH. 5:14 pm.2235 Newmark. owner at location stated unknown suspect stole trash out of his can. Posted for patrol checks. LEGAL NOTICE 3-5-12 Coquille 2:44 am. 63091 HWY I01, Car Quest. Vehicle fire. 1:28 pm. HWY 42 MP 9. Injury accident. 4:13 pm. E. Third. Family dispute. 6:11 pm. Cedar Point Road. Son out of control. Arrested Gary Johnson, 37, charged with Disorderly Conduct. Coos Bay 6:56 am. Shots fired. Subjects shooting at Elk. 7:57 am. 735 Anderson. Continued criminal mischief to fence. 8:23 am. Donnlley and 7th. Syringe found in the bushes. 9:33 am. 383 2rid. Fight at location. 9:49 am. Marple and Schetter. Man smoking MJ at location. 3:28 pm. 1100 block of S. 1st. Dispute. Arrested Cliffton Walker, 19, charged with Domestic Assault and PV. 4:15 pm. 200 E. 2nd. Arrested Kyle Golden, 27, on CBPD warrant charging FTA. 6:50 pm. 245 Schoneman. Neighborhood dispute. 7:46 pm. 245 Schoneman. Neighborhood dispute. North Bend 9:45 am. McCoullough Bridge. Motorist reported male transient walking south bound on the bridge flipping off passing cars Officer observed this behavior, warned subject for DOC. 5:10 pm. 1464 Bay Street. Rp believes someone shot air pellets at her vehicle over the last week denting it. Damage value $1739. Case number for insurance. 11:59 pm. Ashworth's. Out with subject at location. Arrested Matthew Dair, 38, on NBPD warrant FTA. 3-6-12 Coqnille 12:46 am. Knott and 13th. Out with 2. 11:51 am. 341 E. 2rid. Winter Lake High School. Juvenile problem. 5:04 pro. 839 N. Elliott. Request for welfare check. 6:20 pm. Water tower. Report of suspicious vehicle at location. Coos Bay 1:16 am. 491 N. Cammann. Prowler. 1:39 am. Harris and Main. Located wanted subject. Arrested Skyler Waldrop, 19, on Eugene warrant, charged with FTA. 1:28 am. 1705 Newmark. Result of traffic stop. Arrested Vivian Smith, 50, charged with PV. Arrested Cory Webber, 26, charged with PV. 8:46 am. Libby Lane and Clover Drive. CCSO requests fire for vehicle off of roadway. 8:55 am. 500 Central. requests assistance in retrieving her cat. 11:35 am. W. Commercial and 8th. found property at Mingus Skate Park. 12:52 pm. 1098 W. Ingersoll.MHS. Report of criminal mischief. 3:21 pm. 2051 Newmark. Walmart. Accident non injury. 6:03 pm. 1125 Central. Out with poss. wanted subject. Arrested Robert Utterback, 43, charged with CCSO warrant. 6:20 pro. 1020 S. 4th. Theft from back yard. 11:02 pm. 155 Schoneman. Located wanted subject. Arrested Joseph Gish, 24, charged with CBPD warrant. 3-6-12 (continued) North Bend 6:51 am. End of Colorado. Report of a older white station wagon with CA plates parked at location last couple of nights with a male subject sleeping. 11:21 am. 2290 Inland Drive. Female subject out of control and combative with staff. Subject transported to BAH on voluntary mental hold. 11:48 am. 879 Colorado. Attempted burglary. RP reported some one tried to break into her shed. Nothing missing. 3:37 pro. Pony Creek Road. Report that someone threw railing into the street from the chicken walk. UTL subject. Advised street crew. 4:01 pro. 783 Clark. 1P reported his neighbor might be the reason his dog was paralyzed for some time. Believes he may have inten- tionally injured his dog sometime in February. Rp has no evidence or witnesses to support it. RP requested logged in case of further trouble. 7:44 pro. Tower and Vista Drive. Report of transient sitting on the curb on Tower street advised subjects have a camp in the area and want them to move on. 3-7-12 Coquille 7:33 am. 1597 N. Irreg. Flue fire. 10:18 N. Birch. Coqille Community Building. Alarm test. 12:18 pln. Johnson Mill Pond. 2 dogs at large. 1:12 pm. 250 N. Baxter. Receiving harassing text messages while in court. 2:07 pro. 10th and Elliott. Removing debris from roadway. 3:57 pro. Crest Acres off Shelley Road. Violation of a restraining order. 7:11 pm. N. Folsom and 10th. Assisting Oregon State Police. 10:02 am. HWY 42 and Rink Creek. Out with vehicle. 10:19 pro. Sturdivant Park. Patrol check. Coos Bay 6:45 am. 1660 Newmark. Vehicle vs pedestrians accident. 9:28 am. 245 S. Schoneman. Burglary. 10:51 am. 791 N. Front Street. Graffiti. 2:14 pro. Libb Lane MP 4. Accident with injuries. 4:01 pm. 1045 Fenwiek. Chimney fire. 6:52 pro.' 162 D. Street. Prowler. 8:04 pm. 2765 34th. Prowler. 8:27 pin. 365 Wall. ATL wanted subject. Arrested Thomas Porter on CBPD warrant, FTA. 9:00 pro. 1076 Flanagan. Prowler. Somebody in the back yard. 10:28 pro. 340 N. Marple. Dog ran off. 10:52 pm. 1165 Newmark. Empire Firearms. Possible location of stolen gun. North Bend 5:20 am. 1577 Hayes. Rp reported light on upstairs in vacant house. 7:39 am. 1685 Meade. Taxi driver advised he was assaulted by male subject at location. 11:19 am. Virginia and McPherson. Anon. Rp reported that a subject threw a rock at him and was drinking beer. Time delay 1 hour. UTL. 1:20 pro. 2253 Newmark. Theft of curling iron. no suspects no leads. 1:42 pin. 1911 Newmark. 2 vehicle accident with injury. Driver vehicle 1 charged with dangerous left turn, failure to yield. 4:35 pro. 2235 Newmark. Report of 3 intoxicated subjects left east bound on Newmark after being denied sale of alcohol. Male driver wearing red hooded sweat shirt with male and female passenger. 5:57 Winsor. Intoxicated subject. Arrested Allen Jeffery, charged with PV. 7:18 pm. 835 California. Recovered stolen gun. 8:06 pro. Pony Creek and Jackson. Pit bull at large. Unable to catch. 3-8-12 Coqnille 1:23 am. 1038 Collier. Unknown problem. 7:40 am. 499 W. Central. CHS. Suspicious conditions. 2:27 pro. S. Folsom Court. Dog at large. 3:18 pm. CHS. Disorderly conduct. 10:40 pro. Coquille Middle School. Found bicycle. Coos Bay 1:06 am. Angels Parking lot. Arrested Joshua Schroeder, 30, charged with DUII. 10:15 am. Empire Lakes. Theft of purse from a vehicle. 11:55 am. 1775 Thompson. Lost wallet while at the hospital. 4:14 pln. 5th and Golden. Stolen camera case. 5:48 pm. Mingus Pink. uninjured animal. Sick swan. 7:26. Ocean and Higaland. Multiple 911 calls of dog hit by car. 9:20 pro. 420 N. Watson. Criminal trespass. Female at house refusing to leave. 10:17 pro. 1921 Nemark. Group of people in the parking lot figh00g. North Bend 7:35 pro. MePherson and Maine. Report of male brindle pit bull in the area. Officers attempt to locate and message left for animal control. 3:29 pro. Simpson Park and Railroad. Officer attempting to locate transient camp. 4:59 pm. Everatt Ave. Report of possible child abuse. Under investigation. 6:12 pro. 1980 Sherman. World pawn Exchange. Officer investigating possible stolen laptop. 6:29 pro. 1137 Winsor. Rp reported disturbance with neighbor. Both warned for DOC. 9:46 pm. 1611 Virginia. Report of group of juveniles being loud and smoking. UTL. 9:51 pm. 1503 V'u-ginia. UEMV. Vehicle window broken at location. 11:31 pro. Front window broken at location. 3-9-12 North Bend 12:05 am. 1649 McPherson. Unknown subject tapping on her din- ing room window. Checked area UTL 8:36 am. 3298 Brussells. House broken into and vandalized. Arrested Alicia Taryn, charged with Burglary 1, Theft 1, Criminal Mischief 1. 11:56 am. 1500 16th. Rp reported daughters Ipod stolen from the Middle School 12:19 pro. 2040 Broadway. Rite -Aid reported suspect changed RX from BAH ER and will be returning shortly to pick it up. RP will call when she shows up. Arrested Elizabeth Welsh, charged with tampering with Drug Records. All State Court Offices closed Friday March 23, 2012. The Courthouse and County Offices will remain open. 3-9-12 (Continued) North Bend  6:32 pm. 1611 Virginia. Theft. Arrested Dayleen Austin, charged with Theft 2. 10:05 pm. Sherman and Union. Woman screaming in the area. Contacted subject who stated she was upset that someone stole her shoes. Did not want to file any charges. 3-10-12 Coquille 11:37 am. 787 Central. Request for on duty officer to respond to the motel. 12:08 am. 1201 Shelley Road. Dispute. 3:26 pro. Adams and Second. Juvenile problem. Coos Bay 10:09 am. 974 S. 7th. gas syphoned from vehicle. 10:58 am. 250 N. Baxter. Kids throwing rocks at cars. 8:08 pm. 7th and Ferguson. Child screaming in the area. North Bend 6:46 am. 1189 Virginia. Neighbors being loud, sounds like they are destroying the apt. Contacted arrested Paul Rodgers, charged with PV. 11:33 am. 1961 Madrona. UEMV. 3:04 am. Garfield/Connecticut. RP reported seeing a suspicious subject behind his home in the alley, left on foot looking into vehicles and yards. When officers arrived he was obs. fleeing on foot through neighborhood back yards. UTL. 7:24 pro. 2606 Broadway. Report of 2 Pit bulls jumping the deck and attacking Rp's dogs while she was out walking. Warned dog owners for dogs at large and disorderly conduct. i  i i ill Tags 112 Off E. First the Month Coquille, of OR 97423 March  Oedicated to breast Mon.-Fri.lO to 5 wareness. # ..  Sat.- 1 1 to 4 i PUBLIC INVITATION TO BID Sealed bids for the Millington Fire District - Exterior Facade Upgrade Project will be received by Richard P. Tuff, Architect, at the Architect's office located at 1834 McPherson Avenue Suite C, North Bend, Oregon until 2:00 p.m. Thursday April 5, 2012. Bids will be publicly opened and read aloud immediately thereafter. Faxed or emailed bids are not acceptable. This project involves exterior wall improvements to an existing fire station building. This Project is estimated at approximately $50,000 in construction value. Bidding documents for the work are those prepared by the Architect, Richard E Tuff Architecture and Planning. Bona fide General Bidders may obtain one (1) set only from the Architect's office upon deposit of a check made payable to the Architect in the amount of $50/set. Deposit shall be returned if documents are in good condition and returned to the Architect within 10 days of the bid opening. Should a bidder wish additional sets or parts of sets, they may obtain them by paying the cost of reproduction thereof, plus handling and mailing costs, with no refund for the additional sets or parts thereof, by contacting the Architect's office. Bidding documents will be available for examination during the bidding period at the Office of Richard P. Tuff, Architecture and Planning, 1834 McPherson Avenue, North Bend, Oregon 97459, (541) 756-1111, and in the builders exchanges, plan centers, and locations listed below: Bay Area Plan Exchange Douglas County Exchange Eugene Builders Exchange Coos Bay, Oregon Roseburg, Oregon Eugene, Oregon Pursuant to ORS 279B.41 0, Bidders have up to 7 days from the date the Owner issues its "Intent to Award Contract" to file a "Bid Protest." Protests must be filed in the manner prescribed in ORS 279B.410 to be considered. Protests filed after the 7 day period will not be considered. Each bid must contain a statement as to whether the bidder is a resident bidder as defined in ORS 279A. 120. Contractors working with asbestos-containing materials must be licensed per ORS requirements. Should the contractor's bid be $50,000 or greater, then this project is subject to State Prevailing Wage Rates and must comply with ORS 279C.800 to 279C.870, and no bid will be received or considered by the Owner unless the bid contains an acknowledgement in the space provided thatthe provisions of ORS 279C.840 relating to prevailing rate of wages will be complied with. No bid will be received or considered by the Owner unless the bidder is duly licensed and registered with the Construction Contractors Board as required by ORS 701.021. The Contractor must demonstrate to the Owner that an employee drug testing program is in place. Refer to "Instructions to Bidders" for specific requirements. The Owner may reject any bid not in compliance with all prescribed public bidding procedures and requirements and the Instructions to Bidders, and may reject for good cause any and all bids upon a finding that it is in the public interest to do so. The Owner may waive irregularities in the bidding process. By order of." Ms. Vicki Solomon, Board Chair Millington Fire District NO.5 Board of Directors