Daily summary of Oregon State Police and Other Cities and Counties Police reports, accident reports, domestic violence reports, fire reports, burglary reports, theft reports, fraud reports, shoplifting, DUI, DWI, vandalism, abuse, assault and other such reports.

Police reports are filed for many reasons like arrests, domestic disputes, traffic accidents, burglaries, fraud, theft, stalking, violence, etc.

PCS - Meth
A passenger in a vehicle stopped May 29, 5 p.m., led to an arrest.  According to an Oregon State Police report, 22-year old Kenneth Bastendorff, Coos Bay, was charged with PCS - Meth and Parole Violation.  He was transported to the Coos Co. Jail at Coquille.

The vehicle caught fire after striking a boulder on Hwy. 38, milepost 26.8, veering across the highway off the eastbound shoulder where it went into trees.  According to an OSP report, for May 29, 11:54 a.m., 20-year old Larae Baker was able to get out of the vehicle before it caught fire.  She was transported to Bay Area Hospital in Coos Bay with minor injuries.

He told an Oregon State Police Trooper that he had been chasing an unknown subject with his 1992 Honda Accord on May 28, 6:50 p.m., Hwy. 242, Powers Hwy., who had stolen his horse.  According to an OSP report, 39-year old Christopher Clay Patterson, Myrtle Point, crashed into the guardrail of a section of decommissioned highway and then drove the severely damaged vehicle back to his residence.  "He stated that he had recovered the horse and the minor injuries that he received were from being struck by the stock trailer door and then being kicked by the horse."  However, the "subject was exhibiting signs of impairment and smelled of the odor of alcoholic beverages."  He agreed to and failed a Field Sobriety Test.  Patterson was charged with DUII, Reckless Driving, Hit and Run Property, No Operator's License, and Driving Uninsured.  He was transported to the Coos Co. Jail at Coquille.  The vehicle was totaled.Assault
A verbal disagreement May 28, 4 p.m., Lakeside, led to an individual allegedly throwing bleach into the face of another and two arrests.  According to an OSP report, during the argument, "broke the porch railing and the kitchen window."  A mother confronted 44-year old Tina D. Schare, "Scharer decided to throw bleach in her face.  Suspects fled the scene and were location."  Along with Schare, 23-year old Kaylem J. DeRoche were charged with Assault IV, two-counts of Criminal Mischief II and two-counts of Disorderly Conduct II.

He allegedly crashed into a sign post at the intersection of Hwy. 101 and the Coos River Hwy. May 27, 11:20 p.m., and then fled.  According to an OSP report, 34-year old Steven Raul Obeso, of Central Point, then parked his 2008 blue Nissan Ultima on Bay Park Way in Bunker Hill where he attempted to get a ride from a taxi cab.  However, a Coos Co. Sheriff's deputy located the vehicle.  "Investigation revealed that Obeso was impaired."  He was arrested on a DUII charge and transported to the county jail at Coquille.  He was also cited for Hit and Run Property Damage.  

A passenger in a vehicle stopped by an Oregon State Police Trooper May 27, 9 p.m., led to Possession of Controlled Substance charges.  According to an OSP report, 22-year old Ethan Harley Davidson Robeson, Coos Bay, was in possession of Meth, Dilaudid, Lorazepam and Cyclobenzaprine.  He was transported to the Coos Co. Jail at Coquille.

A 25-year old North Bend male was recognized by an Oregon State Police Trooper driving while suspended in the Charleston area May 27, 9:01 a.m.  According to an OSP report, the trooper located Kyle T. Coates at an auto repair shop at Metcalf and Boat Basin Drive.  When ordered to stop, Coates continued into a camper at the site and finally complied and exited the camper.  "While speaking with him at his vehicle, Coates exhibited numerous signs of impairment and admitted to smoking marijuana earlier that morning.  He continued to place his hands in his pockets despite my orders not to.  The last time I advised him to remove his hands from his pockets, I observed he had something in both hands.  I secured Coates' writs and he dropped a baggie of crystal Methamphetamine, a baggie of Black Tar Heroin."  He was charged with DUII - Controlled Substance, PCS Heroin and PCS Meth.  He was also cited for DWS - Violation and Refusing a Urine Test.  A search of his red 2001 Jeep Cherokee revealed Brass Knuckles in the center console.

A female stopped by an Oregon State Police Trooper on the Cape Arago Hwy. (SR 240) May 27, 12:10 a.m., at milepost four, was arrested.  According to an OSP report, 33-yea rold Angela Deann Osburn "advised her last name was White and refused to give her date of birth.  She was arrested for Interfering.  A Coos Bay Officer arrived on scene and positively identified her as Ms. Osburn."  A record check revealed two valid arrest warrants out of Douglas Co. for PCS - Meth and Failure to Appear on a Trespass charge.  She was also found in possession of Meth, and transported to the Coos Co. Jail at Coquille.  

Probation Violation
A black 1996 Toyota 4Runner, stopped for a traffic violation on Hwy. 42, milepost 1, May 26, 8:42 p.m., led to two arrests.  According to an OSP report, 23-year old Rodney Paul Yeiter II and 32-year old James Martin Wenzell, listed as transients, "were recognized and identified as correction clients.  Both were detained by their P.O.  They were both lodged at CCJ."

Attempt to elude
It took blackberry bushes to subdue a man who attempted to flee from a pursuing Oregon State Police Trooper May 26, 5:53 p.m. near the intersection of Virginia Ave. and Myrtle St. in North Bend.  According to an OSP report, the Trooper attempted to stop a purple 1993 Chevrolet Caprice but it turned down a dead end street and then into a private driveway where the driver exited the vehicle ran on foot, climbed two fences and trespassed on several private properties.  Twenty-seven year old Weston Adams, North Bend, became "entangled in a thicket of blackberries," and was taken into custody.  The owner of the suspect vehicle responded and was cited for Permitting Unlawful Operation.  Adams had also crashed into another vehicle in the private driveway; however, the owner declined to press charges opting instead to hand it civilly with the insurance companies.  Adams was charged with Attempt to Elude Vehicle, Attempt to Elude Foot, Interfering with a Police Officer, Reckless Driving, No Valid Operator's License, and Driving Uninsured.  He was transported to the Coos Co. Jail at Coquille.

A 1995 Ford F150 pickup truck, stopped for "Failure to Drive Right and for Impeding Traffic" on Hwy. 42, near milepost 23, May 26, 1:53 p.m., led to an arrest and citation.  According to an OSP report, an investigation revealed that 50-year old Arthur C. Murphy II, transient, was impaired.  He was arrested on a charge of DUII - Controlled Substance.  He was additionally charged with PCS-Meth after a smoking pipe with meth residue was found in his vehicle, and cited for Reckless Endangering because of a passenger in the vehicle.  The passenger, 44-year old Delphine Jane Willey, transient, was cited for PCS Less than an Oz. Marijuana after she was found in possession of a small amount of dried marijuana and smoking devices.  Willey was released at the scene and Murphy was transported to the Coos Co. Jail at Coquille. 

Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin 


Coos Bay North Bend Oregon Related

Listen to Matt Jarvis Daily News

Open in new window
Web Analytics