Elude — 8:35 p.m. Saturday, Olive Street, Lebanon. A Salem man was arrested on several charges after running from a traffic stop in Lebanon on Saturday night. Sgt. Patrick O'Malley gave this account:
A box of items purchased from a yard sale slid from the back of a 2004 Chevrolet Colorado pickup truck and spilled onto the road. The driver and passenger got out to pick them up, and O'Malley stopped to help. O'Malley began to cite the driver for having an unsecured loan and said the driver gave him a false name and then ran away.
About seven-tenths of a mile down the road, the man ran into some bushes. O'Malley said deputies with the Linn County Sheriff's Office responded to help with a perimeter, and about an hour later, the man surrendered. Brenton Greiner, 35, of Salem was taken into custody on an unrelated warrant from Marion County and new charges of attempt to elude (felony), attempt to elude (misdemeanor), reckless driving, reckless endangerment and giving false information. The passenger, Robert Vincent, 46, no listed address, also had an outstanding warrant.
LINN COUNTY SHERIFF
Burglary — 9:16 p.m. Saturday, 4000 block of Northeast Old Salem Road, Millersburg. Owners of the Firehouse Corner Market caught an adult female trying to break into the store using a large rock to smash the front door window. Deputies arrested Jaylynne Nelson, 28, of Lebanon on charges of second-degree burglary and second-degree criminal mischief and menacing. Sgt. Dustin Frenzel said the store has an attached apartment and the residents heard the break-in and called the sheriff's office. They verbally detained her until deputies arrived.
Burglary — 4:26 p.m. Saturday, 46600 block of Highway 20. A caller reported a rifle stolen from his residence.
Lost trailer — 12:05 p.m. Saturday, 30100 block of Seven Mile Lane. A caller reported a dark-colored vehicle was northbound on Seven Mile Lane when the trailer it was pulling, full of cut trees, became unhooked. According to the sheriff's office report, the vehicle continued north and the trailer veered east, taking out shrubbery, fruit trees and an irrigation system. The trailer did not have a plate or identifying information. The investigation is continuing.