Injury wreck — 11:23 a.m. Wednesday, intersection of Main and Milton streets. Lebanon police responded to a collision near the intersection between a Toyota Sequoia and a Toyota Camry. Medics were dispatched to see to a 40-year-old female involved in the crash who complained of back pain. Marisa Lyn Headley, 45, was cited for following too closely.

Vehicle recovered — 7:41 a.m. Wednesday, South Fifth Street. Police recovered a green Honda Accord that had been reported stolen out of Albany. It was returned to the registered owner.

Pedestrian struck — 7:35 a.m. Wednesday, intersection of Seventh Street and Airport Road. Police responded to a report of a vehicle striking a high school student who was walking to school. The student was crossing Airport Road, headed north on Seventh Street, when a red pickup truck hit him. The male driver stopped and spoke with the student but no information was exchanged. The student declined medical treatment and the parent was notified.


Dumped logs — 9:37 a.m. Friday, intersection of Waterloo and Berlin roads. Linn County deputies responded to a report of a semi crashing into a power pole, overturning and losing a load of logs. No one was injured. The pole provided electricity to Hamilton Creek School, which was out of power until about 1 p.m. School officials invited parents to pick up their children if they chose, but said many of the approximately 300 students were on a field trip that day, anyway, so not many families took advantage of the option. The sheriff's office said the log truck company removed the logs and the power company was notified of the incident. No citations were listed.


Assault — 9:41 a.m., 1641 Long Street. Police received a report of a student assaulted at Sweet Home High School and needing stitches. A 15-year-old female was referred to the Linn County Juvenile Department, where she was released to parents.