Wallowa County Sheriff

Feb. 28

8:38 a.m. Dog complaint received, Wallowa.

9:44 a.m. Animal complaint received, Enterprise.

9:46 a.m. Dog complaint received, Enterprise.

1:30 p.m. Report of someone negotiating bad check.

4:50 p.m. 911 fire call in Lostine; Lostine Fire Department and deputy responded.

6:25 p.m. Animal complaint, rural Joseph.

7:46 p.m. Family dispute; deputy responded.

Traffic stops: WCSO, one; EPD, one.

March 1

7:59 a.m. Citation issued for failure to license dog.

8:01 a.m. Citation for dog as public nuisance, running at large.

9:02 a.m. Dead colt reported in field, Wallowa.

1:18 p.m. Burglary alarm reported, rural Joseph.

2:55 p.m. Assault-4 reported.

3:26 p.m. Recovered stolen vehicle, rural Enterprise.

March 2

9:22 a.m. Report of stolen vehicle, rural Enterprise; later located at Hollow Log cow camp.

3:58 p.m. Dog impounded that was found at Dollar Stretcher; released to owner.

4:15 p.m. Dog impounded that was found at milepost 33.5 on Highway 82.

5:17 p.m. Dog impounded in Wallowa; released to owner.

5:22 p.m. Dog impounded in Wallowa.

7:43 p.m. Report of domestic incident in Wallowa.

8:12 p.m. Welfare check on subject in Joseph.

9:21 p.m. WCSO responded to disturbance in Joseph.

Traffic stops: EPD, one (vehicle impounded).

March 3

9:21 a.m. Harassment complaint in Joseph; under investigation.

11:22 a.m. Animal complaint received, Wallowa.

11:50 a.m. Assistance needed for person locked out of vehicle, Joseph.

1:15 p.m. Suspicious vehicle in Wallowa reported.

4:15 p.m. Report received of kids playing with toy guns.

5:33 p.m. Report received of dogs at large in Enterprise.

8:18 p.m. Report received of child alone on street in Joseph.

March 4

5:14 p.m. Dog at large reported.

5:21 p.m. Report of young men at Blackburn field in Joseph; officer talked to them.

March 5

8:46 p.m. Dog lost; dog found.

9:44 a.m. Child playing with pay phone dialed 911 from Enterprise.

1:50 p.m. Dog lost; dog found.

2:06 p.m. Complaint of dog barking in Enterprise.

3:51 p.m. Deputy responded to unattended death in Joseph.

9:15 p.m. Dog reported missing in Enterprise.

10:41 p.m. Message of death sent to Las Vegas, Nev.

Traffic stops: WCSO, four; EPD, one.

March 6

7:19 a.m. Report of suspicious vehicle in Joseph.

9:55 a.m. Report of found drug paraphernalia in Joseph.

5:39 p.m. Traffic complaint on Promise Road, Wallowa, received.

6:17 p.m. Missing dog in Joseph reported.

6:34 p.m. Three missing horses in Wallowa reported.

7:45 p.m. Deputy assisted OSP in DUII arrest.

Traffic stops: WCSO, three; EPD, one.

Enterprise PoliceMarch 1

6:35 Disturbance reported; resident threatened. Could not locate couple who made threats. Resident advised to file complaint in morning.

8 p.m. Report received of several young men wearing black and playing paint ball at the city park. Contact made and subjects agreed to find another place to play.

March 2

9:30 p.m. Amanda Meyer, 17, Joseph, cited on charge of no operator's license; car impounded.

11 a.m. Assisted county with a prisoner escort.

March 4

3 p.m. Officers talk to suspect in connection with selling methadone pills. Juvenile UA tested three people on probation at apartment.

10:48 p.m. Report of disturbance at Little Store. Victim from Pendleton states boyfriend was driving intoxicated without license and had pushed her down; suspect's vehicle located between Joseph and Enterprise, chase ensued and vehicle eluded officers. Victim taken to motel in Joseph where she was staying.

11:55 p.m. Resident reported that his brother had entered his residence and hit him in head in ensuing fight; wanted him arrested. Was told if his brother was found that night he would be arrested; otherwise contact DA Monday morning.

March 5

1:55 a.m. Report of loud noise on Montclair St. apartment; all quiet upon arrival.

2:02 a.m. Report received that vehicle in Little Store disturbance was parked behind motel in Joseph; no one answered knock to door where party involved staying.

8:15 p.m. Found a cat locked in the fire hall; opened door and released.

March 6

4 p.m. Vehicle lockout at Safeway parking lot.

Circuit court3-2 Brook D. Huffman, 41, Beaverton, pleaded guilty to charge of possession of controlled substance-1/ felony (PCS, marijuana), 10 days jail with credit for three days served (can be served on weekends in Wallowa County), 18 months probation, $5,000 fine with $4,500 of that suspended, drug evaluation ordered with enrollment in treatment, 40 hours community service (10 hours a month), $166 fees, not eligible for medical marijuana card while on probation; additional charges, PCS-2 (methamphetamine) and possession of less than marijuana, dismissed.

3-2 Ronald J. Mumm, 57, La Grande, pleaded guilty to charge of DUII, 180 days jail suspended, 36 months probation, on house arrest for 40 days starting March 3, ten days jail beginning May 1 with earned time approved, $5,000 fine with $3,000 of that suspended, $293 fees, drug/alcohol evaluation, driving privileges revoked permanently, ordered to attend AA as long as treatment provider prescribes, ordered to attend Victim Impact Panel.

3-2 Matthew C. Hulett, 19, Wallowa, pleaded guilty to a total of six counts of negotiating bad checks in two different cases; sentence pending.

3-2 Michael E. Wenke, 47, Lostine, arraigned on charge of felon in possession of firearm.

3-2 Anthony K. Salisbury, 40, Lostine, pleaded not guilty to charge of DUII.

3-2 Roger D. Hart, 48, Wallowa, arraigned on charge of contempt of court.

Fish/game cases3-2 Mark S. Hemstreet, 55, Rancho Mirage, Calif., arraigned on charges of five counts falsely applied for resident hunting license, failure to validate elk take, loaning of big game tag, unlawful taking of bull elk (No valid tag), borrowing elk tag and two counts aiding in game violation (unlawful taking of bull elk and mule deer buck).

3-2 Shannon M. Hemstreet, 38, Rancho Mirage, Calif., arraigned on charges of five counts falsely applied for resident hunting license, unlawful taking of a bull elk (no valid tag), loaning a bull elk tag and loaning a black bear tag.

3-2 Brian J. Hemstreet, 34, Portland, arraigned on charges of unlawful taking of black bear, borrowing a big game tag and aiding in game violation (unlawful taking of Rocky Mountain elk.)

3-2 Staci A. McDonald, 28, Portland, arraigned on charge of loaning big game tag.

3-2 David V. Forni, 48, Tigard, arraigned on charges of loaning big game tag, aiding in game violation (loaning big game tag) and tampering with physical evidence.

3-2 Gregg K. Clapper, 54, Portland, arraigned on charges of illegal possession of elk, borrowing of big game tag, failure to validate tag and exceeding bag limit of bull elk.

3-2 David Wayne Vaughn, 33, Imnaha, pleaded not guilty to charge of waste of game and animal and offensive littering, and filed demurrer (stating not enough information in complaint) to charges of hunting on enclosed land of another and aiding in game violation.

Traffic court2-18 Shelly D. Holden, 34, Wallowa, driving while suspended/violation, $316 fine.

2-18 Geoffrey M. Whiting, 40, Joseph, VBR (71 in 55 zone), $106 fine.

2-18 Cody A Vaughn, 19, Imnaha, VBR (80 in 55 mph zone), $178 fine.

2-23 Colleen Marie Whelan, 30, Joseph, VBR (70 in 55 mph zone), $106 fine.

2-23 Richelle Tillery, 23, Wallowa, VBR (73 in 55 zone), $106 fine.

2-23 Leslie C. Parker, 52, Oregon City, VBR (78 in 55 zone), $178 fine.

2-23 Robert Leland Nicholson Jr., 55, Elk Grove, Calif., VBR (73 in 55 zone), $106 fine.

2-23 Mary C. Hawkins, 26, Wallowa, VBR (75 in 55 zone), $106 fine.

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