ENTERPRISE — An Enterprise man was arrested twice, Monday Nov. 2, within less than nine hours between the two incidents on two unrelated charges — and was arrested again on Tuesday, Nov. 10.
Zackery Ryan Smith, 25, was arrested by a Wallowa County sheriff’s deputy at 7:35 a.m. on charges of theft and trespass. For this incident, he was cited and released.
At 4:18 p.m. the same day, Smith was again arrested by a deputy, this time for probation violation. His original charge was the unauthorized use of a vehicle. After this arrest, he was taken to the Umatilla County Jail in Pendleton.
A dispatcher at the sheriff’s office said the two incidents were entirely unrelated.
Lt. Kyle Hacker, of the county’s Parole and Probation Department, said Smith was arrested again Nov. 10 for another probation violation related to the original charge of unauthorized use of a vehicle. The reasons for the probation violation may well have been different, Hacker said, although he didn’t have further information.
Editor's note: This story has been updated.