Public Safety Log (Nov. 19)

Public Safety Log (Nov. 19)

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Heroin dealing — From Friday, 32000 block Birdfoot Drive, Tangent. Alejandro Martinez Arciniega, 25, of Albany, was taken into custody on two counts of delivery of heroin and two counts of possession of heroin. The crimes allegedly occurred in July and on Friday. Arciniega was charged with the crimes in Linn County Circuit Court on Monday afternoon. The prosecution has filed a notice of intent to seek an enhanced sentence in the case. Arciniega was also arraigned on a probation violation case.

Driving while suspended — From Friday, 1000 block Seventh Avenue SE. Tiffany Lynn Beyer, 37, was arrested on a charge of felony driving while suspended.

Vehicle theft — From Saturday, 1300 block Goldfish Farm Road SE. Shanna Lea Dillon, 41, was arrested on a charge of unauthorized use of a vehicle.


Burglary — 8:29 a.m. Saturday, 2900 block Millersburg Drive NE. A shed was entered and gas-powered tools worth somewhere between $3,000 and $5,000 were taken.

Driving while suspended – 12:59 p.m. Saturday, 600 block of South First Avenue, Mill City. Colton Himmelspach, 23, of Stayton, was arrested on a charge of felony driving while suspended.

Burglary — 8:39 a.m. Sunday, 21200 block North Coburg Road, Harrisburg. Robert Gene Cox, 40, of Albany, was arrested after $3,000 worth of items were stolen. Cox was charged in Linn County Circuit Court on Monday afternoon with first-degree burglary, first-degree theft, possession of methamphetamine and second-degree criminal trespass. The burglary reportedly happened in the 21200 block of North Coburg Road on Sunday, while the trespass allegedly occurred in the 21300 block of North Coburg Road.

Forgery — 9:19 a.m. Sunday, 34400 block Kamph Drive, near Albany. Deputies contacted a male working on his vehicle, and the individual turned out to be a suspect in a recent case. Willard Lee Ousley, 43, of Albany, was taken into custody. On Monday afternoon, he was charged in Linn County Circuit Court with first-degree forgery, first-degree possession of a forged instrument, third-degree theft and possession of methamphetamine. The forged items were two $10 and one $5 motion-picture prop bills, and they were used to purchase gas at a Tangent business, according to police logs and court paperwork. Ousley also possessed two fake $100 bills, a fake $50 bill and another fake $10 bill, according to the charging document.


Elude — From Monday afternoon. Zachariah Lee Davis, 30, of Sweet Home, was charged with felony and misdemeanor attempt to elude (by foot and by vehicle), reckless driving, criminal driving while suspended or revoked, second-degree criminal trespass and second-degree criminal mischief. The crimes allegedly occurred on Sunday and the Sweet Home Police Department investigated the case. In a separate case, Davis was charged with probation violation.

Drug dealing, stolen vehicle — Shelbi Marie Nunn, 25, of Philomath, was charged with unauthorized use of a vehicle, possession of a stolen vehicle, delivery of heroin and delivery of methamphetamine. The crimes allegedly occurred on Saturday and the Albany Police Department was the investigating agency. The state has filed a notice of intent to seek an enhanced sentence in the case.


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