NEWS-REGISTER/MCMINNVILLE, OREGON SATURDAY, MARCH 12, 2011 A5
WARRANTS City warns of municipal court scam
The News-Register staff always prepared to provide money or provide any finan-
The Yamhill County Sheriff’s Office has warrants for these people. citizens with documentation. cial information. Take note
To report information about them or crimes, call 1-800-577-1707. The city of McMinnville
has received reports of a tele- If you receive a suspicious of background noises, dis-
phone scam being perpetrat- call, do not provide any iden- tinctive vocal traits, the time
ed in its name. In involves tifying information. Ask the and pertinent details, then
calls from a man demand- caller to provide a name and report the call to McMinn-
ing payment of money they insist on getting documenta- ville police at either 503-
allegedly owe on past munic- tion for any allegedly unpaid 434-7307 (business hours)
ipal court citations. citation. or 503-434-6500 (nonbusi-
The phone number recipi- Do not agree to send any ness hours).
ents see on their caller ID
display is 503-434-7402,
which belongs to municipal
court. However, the calls
Brock Larence aren’t coming from there.
Butch Conrad Domingo Ashly Ann
Keinonen Robertson Polanco Henderson The court does not make
22 years old Maddox 24 years old 25 years old calls on past due accounts.
6 feet 2 inches 33 years old In any event, the calls are not
5 feet 7 inches 5 feet 6 inches
180 pounds 5 feet 11 inches actually coming from any
135 pounds 202 pounds
Brown hair 165 pounds
number assigned to the city,
Black hair Blond hair
Hazel eyes or even the county.
Brown hair Brown eyes Green eyes
Charged with: Blue eyes Charged with: Failure to Citizens with questions
Post-prison Charged with: appear/ driving
about a municipal court mat-
supervision Post-prison under the influ- ter should call the court or
violation/third- supervision ence of intoxicants stop by the office at 230
of a controlled
degree assault. violation/con-
N.E. Second St. The court is
spiracy to com- giving false
a police officer,
identity theft Education Awards
of a controlled Looking for money to assist
substance. you in a health related career?
WVMC Volunteers Health-
Anthony Eugene Mangiofico, 29, failure unlawful use of a weapon. Francisco Gimenez care Education Committee
to appear/felon in possession of a restricted Martinez, 34, failure to appear/driving under
weapon. Jose Macario Mariano, 26, proba- the influence of intoxicants. Israel Martin
is now accepting Healthcare
tion violation/possession of a controlled sub- Huerta Martinez, 35, first-degree possession Education Award applications
stance. Erik Escamilla Marquez, 22, probation of a forged instrument. Jose Angel Martinez, for the 2011-2012 school year.
violation/driving under the influence of intoxi- 30, probation violation/contempt of court.
cants and giving false information to a police Jose Duran Martinez, 59, probation viola-
If you are a Yamhill County
officer. Juan Manuel Marquez, 38, failure to tion/second-degree sexual abuse. Pedro Cirilo resident and have been ac-
appear/citation. Carry Grant Marshall, 30, Martinez, 40, failure to appear/second-degree cepted into or are currently
probation violation/second-degree forgery. Lee
Allen Martin, 32, probation violation/posses-
sion of a controlled substance. Carmelo Lopez
criminal possession of a forged instrument
and driving under the influence of intoxicants.
Luis S. Marquez Martinez, 33, probation viola-
enrolled in an institute of
higher learning for a career in
healthcare, you qualify to ap-
Martinez, 34, failure to appear/second-degree tion/driving under the influence of intoxicants. ply! WVMC Volunteers will
rape, second-degree sexual penetration, sec- Salvador Guevara Martinez, 32, probation While seeking more answers about human life and
offer $2,000 top undergradu-
ond-degree sodomy, third-degree rape and violation/fourth-degree assault. , Travis Ray ate awards, $1,000 ﬁrst-year its issues, Acharya Vivek Gupta turned his focus
third-degree sodomy. Cutberto Lopez Marti- Mason 31, probation violation/driving under undergraduate awards, as well to study of Eastern thought and spent two years in
nez, 37, probation violation/carrying and/or the influence of intoxicants. Jack Marion intensive training in India in one of the foremost
using a dangerous weapon. Daniel Leon Mar- Matheny, 24, failure to appear/third-degree as one $2,500 graduate level
tinez, 27, violation of a release agreement/ theft and possession of a controlled sub- award. institutions of higher instruction, Sandepany
third-degree rape, third-degree sexual abuse stance/Schedule IIII. Brandon Tim Mathis, Applications are available at Sadhanalaya, Mumbai, India.
and contributing to the sexual delinquency 31, failure to appear/fourth-degree assault
of a minor. Eustorgio Hernandez Martinez, and harassment. Javier Lopez Matias, 20, the hospital information desk,
28, failure to appear/second-degree assault, failure to appear/driving under the influence in the hospital gift shop, at Our speaker will share his learning and thoughts
recklessly endangering another person and of intoxicants. your high school counseling on how we can all aspire for wellness through
center, or via email by calling work, as we continue to work in the world today.
Curry Clark (HEA Chair) at
ARRESTS The deadline for applying is Friday, March 18 Noon-1 pm
April 15, 2011. Speaker: Acharya Vivek Gupta
Newberg-Dundee Yamhill County Jail on $6,250 wood, 32, Newberg, March 8,
bail. probation violation; booked Location: Classroom A,B,C,D
Police Department into the Yamhill County Jail
without bail. Cost: Free
Daniel Loran Chambers, Yamhill County
39, Newberg, March 8, con- Charles C. Lovell Jr., 28,
tempt of court; booked into Sheriff’s Office Dayton, March 8, post-prison
the Yamhill County Jail on Lisa Morgan Andrews, supervision violation; booked
$10,000 bail. into the Yamhill County Jail
Amy Lyn Shockman , 37,
42, Milwaukie, March 8, con-
tempt of court; booked into without bail. Volunteers
Astoria, March 8, violation the Yamhill County Jail on Jack Donald Maxwell III, 2700 SE Stratus Avenue
of a release agreement/two 27, McMinnville, March 8, McMinnville, OR 97128
$10,000 bail. www.wvmcweb.com
counts; booked into the Yam- Jessica Nicole Cashmere, probation violation; booked
hill County Jail on $10,000 29, Dundee, March 8, proba- into the Yamhill County Jail on
bail. tion violation; booked into the $5,000 bail.
Yamhill County Jail without Adam Daniel Olson, 23,
McMinnville, March 8, proba-
tion violation; booked into the
Joshua John Chamley, 33,
Police Department Portland, March 8, probation Yamhill County Jail without
violation; booked into the bail.
Jasmine Iris Jean Bernards,
Yamhill County Jail without James Joseph Rosacker,
20, McMinnville, March 9,
bail. 49, Newberg, March 8, pos-
second-degree theft, failure
Natasha Rae Eggers, 30, session of a controlled sub-
to appear/two counts, Wash-
Dayton, March 8, post-prison stance/methamphetamine;
ington County hold; booked
supervision violation; booked booked into the Yamhill Coun-
into the Yamhill County Jail
into the Yamhill County Jail ty Jail on $10,000 bail.
without bail. Mario Segundo, 28, Dayton,
Kenneth Lee James, 40, March 8, failure to appear;
McMinnville McMinnville, March 9, delivery booked into the Yamhill Coun- What matters to you...
ty Jail on $5,000 bail.
Police Department of a controlled substance/
Frank Elsworth Terry, 84,
Rick Leon Langlitz, 48, McMinnville, March 8, driving
into the Yamhill County Jail
McMinnville, March 9, driv- under the influence of intoxi-
on $50,000 bail.
ing under the influence of cants; booked and released.
Adam Benneth Ledger-
intoxicants; booked into the
It’s what we do.
GOVERNMENT CALENDAR 503.472.2165
Listed are meetings involv- p.m., city hall, 620 S.W. Fifth p.m., 627 N.E. Evans St.,
ing city government, coun- St., 1-503-538-3922. McMinnville, 503-434-7527,
ty government and school McMINNVILLE Water & ext. 4787.
district agencies in Yamhill Light Commission: 5 p.m. YAMHILL COUNTY Board
County. Please call the News- dinner meeting, Water & Light of Commissioners: 10 a.m.,
Register at 503-472-5114,
ext. 291, to update informa-
Office, 855 N.E. Marsh Lane,
YAMHILL COUNTY Trans-
portation Advisory Commis-
Room 32, county courthouse,
535 N.E. Fifth St., McMinn-
ville, 503-434-7501. Formal
WANT TO WORK IN
Monday, March 14 sion: 1:15 p.m., Room 32, YCOM Executive Session, 3
county courthouse, 535 N.E. p.m., Room 32, county court-
CARLTON City Council: 7 Fifth St., McMinnville, 503- house, 535 N.E. Fifth St.,
p.m., city hall, 191 E. Main 472-9371. McMinnville, 503-474-4946,
St., 503-852-7575. firstname.lastname@example.org.
CHEHALEM Park and Rec-
reation District’s Riverfront
Trails and Pathways Project:
Wednesday, March 16
DUNDEE Planning Commis- Monday, March 21 Join The Citizens Police Academy!
6 p.m., district boardroom, sion: 7 p.m., city hall, 620 NEWBERG City Council: 6
125 S. Elliott Road, Newberg, S.W. Fifth St., 1-503-538- p.m., Public Safety Building, If you have always wondered what it would be
1-503-554-0283. 3922. 401 E. Third St., 1-503-537-
DAYTON Fire Board: 7:30 LAFAYETTE Fire Depart- 1283, www.newbergoregon. like to be a police oﬃcer, or work in the law
p.m., new fire hall, 500 Sev- ment, 7 p.m., fire hall, 486 gov/meetings. enforcement ﬁeld, come and join the
enth St., 503-864-2221. Third St., 503-864-2451. SHERIDAN City Council: 7
McMINNVILLE School NEWBERG Downtown Revi- p.m., council chambers, city Citizens Police Academy.
Board: 7:30 p.m., adminis- talization Committee: 7 p.m., hall, 120 S.W. Mill St., 503-
tration building, 1500 N.E. Public Safety Building, 401 E. 843-2347.
Baker St., 503-565-4000.
NEWBERG Traffic Safety
Third St., 1-503-554-7788.
SHERIDAN School Board:
YAMHILL COUNTY Parks
Board: 7 p.m., community
March 30 to May 25
Commission: 7 p.m., Public 6 p.m., school district office, corrections annex, 615 N.E. Wednesdays 6:30-9:30 pm
Safety Building, 401 E. Third 435 S. Bridge St., 503-843- Sixth St., McMinnville, 503-
St., 1-503-537-1221. 2433. 434-7513, ext. 4520. plus four Saturdays
SHERIDAN Fire Board: YAMHILL COUNTY Board of
7:30 p.m., fire district main
station, 230 S.W. Mill St.,
Thursday, March 17 Commissioners: 2 p.m., 534
N.E. Fifth St., McMinnville,
WILLAMINA School Board:
LAFAYETTE Planning Com-
mission: 7 p.m., city hall, 486
Third St., 503-864-2451. Earn
7 p.m., elementary/high 6 Credits
school library, 1100 Oaken McMINNVILLE Planning
Commission: 6:30 p.m., civic Tuesday, March 22 From
Hills Drive, 503-876-4525.
YAMHILL-CARLTON School hall, 200 N.E. Second St., AMITY Planning Commis- Chemeketa
Board: 7 p.m., District Office, 503-434-7311. sion: 7 p.m., Dundee City
120 N. Larch Place, Yamhill, NEWBERG Library Board, 7 Hall, 401 Trade St., 503-835-
1-503-662-4911. p.m. Newberg Public Library, 3711.
YAMHILL COUNTY Board of 503 E. Hancock St., 1-503- DUNDEE Community Com-
Commissioners: 2 p.m., 534 537-1256. mittee: 7 p.m., Dundee City
N.E. Fifth St., McMinnville, NEWBERG Planning Com- Hall, 401 Trade St., 1-503-
503-434-7501. Informal/for- mission: 7:30 p.m., Public 538-5657.
mal session. Safety Building, 401 E. Third HOUSING AUTHORITY of
St., 1-503-538-9421. Yamhill County: 7:30 p.m.,
YAMHILL COUNTY Alcohol- HAYC office, 135 N. E. Dunn Call McMinnville Police Department at 503.434.7307
Tuesday, March 15 ism and Drug Abuse Plan- Place , McMinnville, 503-434- or visit: www.macpd.org
DUNDEE City Council: 7 ning Committee: noon to 1 6571.
News-Register /McMinnvil l e, Or egon Satur day, October 2, 2010 D3
Kiwanis gavel to Neal seven days
His trips have taken
Continued from D1
him around the country,
it had been that large. of course, but also to the
In fact, it either spun off Caribbean, Central and
or sponsored half-a-dozen South America and Europe.
other clubs over the years, In Italy, he was even granted
including its smaller morn- an audience with the pope.
ing counterpart, the Walnut “His Holiness speaks sev-
City Kiwanis Club. While eral languages,” Palazzolo
McMinnville meets at noon said. “He said to me in Eng-
Thursdays, Walnut City lish, with a heavy German
meets at 7 a.m. Fridays accent, ‘I haf heard about
— more attractive for the za many good vorks your
early-bird set. club does.’” He also gave
But like virtually most the Kiwanis president, who
service clubs, it had begun is also of the Catholic faith,
to fall on harder times prior a rosary he now carries with
to the remarkable resur- him everywhere.
gence. He said Kiwanis has a
“Economic uncertain- particularly close relation-
ties, husband and wife both ship with Canada.
working, just the stress “A year after the found-
of coping with daily life, ing of Kiwanis in Detroit
have cut down on the time in 1915, the first Cana-
people can give to their dian Kiwanis club was
communities,” said Kiwanis established in Hamilton,
International President Ontario,” he noted. “That
Paul Palazzolo. He said it’s made us an international
being felt almost every- organization, and we honor
where. it at every Kiwanis meeting
As a result, the McMinn- by singing the Canadian
ville success story is catch- national anthem, “Oh Can- Kiwanis members Ann Stevenson and Trevor Hoskinson fill out raffle tickets for the big $5,000 trip to any place of
ing attention throughout ada,” following “The Star their choosing. Hoskinson co-chaired the auction event.
Kiwanis circles. It has been Spangled Banner.”
featured in the international He went on to say, Retired computer store Kiwanian of the Year. Bank- Neal recalled telling Kiwanis International can
magazine, it has drawn a “Despite the changes in owner Stan Sherman, who er Debbie Beam was cited Freeborn last year that he and does draw its presidents
clamor for primers on how society, this club has proved has singlehandedly intro- for her four years of service expects a lot from local club from all parts of the world.
to pull it off elsewhere, and a lot of naysayers wrong. duced all manner of new as treasurer and Whiting for presidents. And he said he’s It can and does base them
it drew more than 100 to It now has more hands, technology, was named his highly successful presi- certainly getting it here in at international headquar-
the club’s officer induction with the potential to make a Rookie of the Year. The dency. Oregon. ters in Indianapolis. And
ceremony, including par- greater impact.” President’s Award went to Finally, Toth, a former “My theme then was it does send them winging
ticularly large contingents With Palazzolo presiding retired businessman Chuck president who has been a lighting the fire for growth all around the world during
from the Newberg and Lin- over the installation cer- Howell, one of the clubs tour de force in boosting in service, and all I can say their tenure.
coln City clubs. emonies, title officer Linda longest-tenured, most faith- club membership and auc- is this club is blazing,” Neal But this one happens to
Palazzolo is a resident Freeborn assumed the local ful and most fervent mem- tion proceeds to new heights said. “In fact, I may have to hail from Auburn, Wash.
of the Illinois capital of reins from Whiting, a mort- bers. the past two years, was hon- come down here with my And he couldn’t be happier
Springfield, where he gage broker. The new presi- Kristi Mackay, a Linfield ored with a Hixon Award fire extinguisher to keep to see the international spot-
serves as city auditor. He dent-elect is investment executive, was honored from international. That’s them from overheating.” light zero in on one of his
said he will have logged adviser Trevor Hoskinson, as Outstanding Kiwanian. the highest honor Kiwanis And when he said “come home-district clubs.
more than 200,000 air miles who will succeed her next Sandi Colvin, a downtown can bestow on anyone at any down here,” he meant that
by the time he passes the year. gallery owner, was named level. literally.
Mac and financial activities
coalesced around the new
county seat. Important
Continued from D1
new businesses soon came
It was originally located on the scene, including
on the present site of Oregon Mutual Insurance
McMinnville First Baptist in 1894.
Church, at Second and The city’s fortunes
Cowls streets. would reach even greater
heights in the new century,
McMinnville would as upcoming installments
have best been described of this series — Mac, way
as a village in the 1850s back — will relate.
and 1860s. But it began to And that’s what I
hold enough promise to get found out while OUT and
a weekly newspaper, The ABOUT — traveling back
Blade, in 1869. in time to the founding and
The News-Register early development of Yam-
traces its heritage back to hill County’s principal city
an even earlier newspaper, Karl Klooster, the News-
founded in 1866. But it Register’s regional editor,
was based in Lafayette, can be reached by e-mail
then serving as the county at kklooster@newsregister.
seat. com or by phone at 503-
By the mid-1870s, the 687-1227.
city had amassed enough
size and infrastructure that A rare photo depicts McMinnville city officials in 1896
more formal organization
was needed to manage
including Mayor William Chrisman, center, and six
aldermen, plus the city marshal, recorder, engineer
and a commissioner.
In October 1876, the
Oregon State Legislature
passed a bill granting The mayorship reportedly and the county seat.
It’s what we do.
McMinnville a town char- came as a reward for his The Wortmans quickly
ter. Titled, “Act of Incor- decision, in concert with established themselves as
poration and Ordinance of President Truman Brown- major movers and shakers
the Town of McMinnville, son, to drop a proposed in town. So either Jacob or
Yamhill County, Oregon,” it move to Portland. John — or both — might
was signed by Gov. Lafay- Records from the period have served as mayor.
ette Grover on Oct. 20. are fragmentary. In some What matters to you...
The town’s governing cases, first names are hard Though Newby died
body consisted of five to come by. in the fall of 1884, he had
trustees, one of whom was Northup’s first name the satisfaction of knowing
elected president by his never appears in city prospects for his commu-
peers. They named a town records. Neither does that nity were bright. Not only
recorder and town marshal of a Wortman who served was the bank ensconced
to assist them. as mayor from 1886-88 in a new brick building on
Handwritten “records of and 1900-03 — if, indeed, Third Street, but he had 503.472.2165
proceedings of meetings” it was the same Wortman also been successful in www.haganhamilton.com
show the trustees focused in both instances. securing a railroad connec-
on commissioning munici- The omission is curi- tion.
pal infrastructure improve- ous, because the Wortman Once again, Lafayette
ments and approving family looms very large missed the boat by not
payments to contractors to in McMinnville’s his- striking a deal with rail-
carry them out. tory. In fact, its contribu- road owner Joseph Gaston
Minutes from the meet- tion proved pivotal in the when the opportunity pre-
ing of Dec. 8, 1880, town’s success in becom- sented itself.
showed town receipts for ing the county seat. Gaston offered to run the
the year totaled $1,958.28. Jacob and Eliza Wort- California-bound line right
They show most of the man, pioneers of 1844, did through Lafayette. But he
meeting was taken up by a very well as merchants and was met with only luke-
discussion of how to deal investors over the ensuing warm interest.
with stray animals. decades. They did so well, By contrast, Newby put
Within six years, in fact, that in 1883, Jacob together a coalition of
McMinnville felt it had and his son, John, decided McMinnville businessmen
outgrown its “town” desig- to go into the banking willing to pledge $100,000
nation and sought incorpo- business. to the project.
ration as a city. Agriculturally rich Gaston recognized a
On Oct. 21, 1882, it was Yamhill County seemed good thing when he saw
granted legal municipality an ideal prospect for this it. He re-routed the line
status. That required elec- new venture, so they through a junction just
tion of a set of aldermen approached the leaders of east of McMinnville, aptly
from wards and a mayor at Lafayette with their pro- named St. Joseph.
large. posal to establish a county In 1887, McMinnville
Henry Warren became seat bank. made a bid at the ballot
the city’s first mayor in Much to the Wortmans’ box to remove the county
December 1882. He con- surprise, Lafayette’s busi- seat from Lafayette. Vot-
tinued in the position until ness elite turned them ers agreed it was time
his death on Sept. 3, 1885. down flat. As they later for a change, and a new
Alderman S.A. Manning learned, these men held a courthouse and jail were
took over as mayor pro monopoly on local money- constructed on E Street the
tem. Three months later, handling and had no inten- following year.
J.W. Cowls emerged as the tion of giving it up. Interestingly, in the 1860
people’s choice in a special The leaders of neighbor- census, Lafayette had 426
election. ing McMinnville felt no residents, McMinnville
such protectionist com- 445. But by 1890, McMin-
Emanuel Northup, punction. nville’s population had
dean at the college and Upon hearing about the swelled to 1,368, whereas
namesake of the college’s opportunity, they went out Lafayette’s had shrunk to
longtime library, served of their way to woo the 365.
as mayor from December Wortmans. And they ended From that time forward,
1903 to November 1905. up landing both the bank Yamhill Valley commercial
NEWS-REGISTER/MCMINNVILLE, OREGON SATURDAY, APRIL 2, 2011 A5
WARRANTS IN BRIEF
The Yamhill County Sheriff’s Office has warrants for these people.
To report information about them or crimes, call 1-800-577-1707. Civil Air Patrol The suppers, inaugurat-
ed in February, run 4 to 6
ty’s College of Health and
Human Sciences. She is
cadets honored p.m. Sundays at the church,
located at 2155 N.W. Sec-
among students to be hon-
ored at a Celebration of
More than 50 relatives ond St. They are averaging Excellence set for 1:30 p.m.
joined members of the 90 participants. Sunday, May 1, at the CH2M
McMinnville Squadron of “We’re on a first name Hill Alumni Center.
the Civil Air Patrol for its basis with some of the The daughter of Ken and
annual award ceremony. guests,” Swenson said. Debra Eisele, she earned
Lt. Col. Les Peterson, “They’re really marvelous salutatorian honors at Wil-
squadron commander, and people.” lamina.
2nd Lt. Casey Amerson, dep- In addition to the free
uty commander for cadets, Sunday meals at the Cov-
presented the awards. enant Church, free meals are Fundraiser to
Lindsey Marie Jason Lee Omar Ordaz Michael Shawn Staff Sgt. Justin Jones of being offered Monday, Tues- feature art, crafts
Hunt LaChance 29 years old Riley Amity was named cadet of day, Wednesday and Friday
29 years old 21 years old the year. Chief Master Sgt. evenings at the St. Barnabas McMinnville High
5 feet 10 inches 26 years old
5 feet 5 feet 8 inches Alex Durrell of Yamhill was Soup Kitchen, Saturday eve- School’s Grizzly After-
170 pounds 5 feet 10 inches most improved cadet. school Program is inviting
175 pounds 135 pounds Black hair 200 pounds ning at First Presbyterian
Tech Sgt. Michael McK- Church and Saturday morn- artists and crafters to display
Blonde hair Blonde hair Brown eyes Blonde hair
eegan of McMinnville won ing at McMinnville Coop- their wares at a fundraiser
Blue eyes Blue eyes Charged with: Blue eyes slated for Thursday, April
Charged with: the esprit de corps award. erative Ministries.
Charged with: Failure to Charged with: 14.
Failure to Billy Mitchell awards went
Failure to appear/third- Failure to to 2nd Lt. Myles Ireland of The event will run 4:30
appear/second- appear/fourth- degree robbery, appear/con- Willamina grad to 8 p.m. in the food court.
Lafayette and 2nd Lt. Kolin
degree theft. degree assault third-degree tempt of court. Shapiro of Newberg. It will feature a craft sale,
and menacing. theft, harass-
Also honored was 2nd Lt.
wins scholarship silent auction and raffle.
ment and resist- Casey Amerson of McMinn- CORVALLIS — Alyssa Table space rents for $25
ing arrest. ville.. Eisele, a 2009 Willamina to $45. To reserve space or
Col. Brian Bishop, CAP’s High School graduate, has get more information, con-
Oregon wing commander, been awarded a $2,000 Nor- tact Mitch Sechler at 503-
served as guest speaker. He ris Scholarship for the 2011- 565-4223 or msechler@
Octavio Cisneros Navarro, 37, failure to trolled substance. Enrique Avalos Nunez, 36, 12 school year. msd.k12.or.us.
appear/driving under the influence of intoxi- probation violation/first-degree burglary. Felix announced the McMinnville
cants. Phillip Joeph Nedham, 53, proba- Nunez, 32, failure to appear/driving under Squadron would receive a Eisele is a sophomore — The News-Register staff
tion violation/theft of services. James Alfred the influence of intoxicants. Inocencio Her- national unit citation for its in Oregon State Universi-
Nicholas, 74, probation violation/first-degree nandez Ocampo, 38, failure to appear/driving work managing and host-
sodomy. Anthony John Niddrie, 42, failure under the influence of intoxicants. Steven ing the Capt. Michael King MCMINNVILLE
to appear/careless driving and driving under Michael O’Donnell, 55, failure to appear/ Smith Business Academy.
the influence of intoxicants. Robert Daniel driving under the influence of intoxicants.
The national event for ATHLETIC CLUB
Nieto, 30, failure to appear/second-degree Gabriel Lugo Oliva, 22, probation violation/
cadets is held at the Ever-
forgery. Laverm Henry Nix, 56, probation fourth-degree assault. Mark Peter Olson,
green Aviation & Space 17th Annual
violation/disorderly conduct. Patrick Brian 56, failure to appear/improper use of 911.
Noble, 36, probation violation/fourth-degree Emilio Samanego Ortega, 29, post-prison Museum each summer. CRAB FEED & AUCTION
assault. Roy Vincent Noonan, 43, proba- supervision violation/delivery of a controlled McMinnville cadets already
tion violation/driving under the influence of substance. Ernesto Toro Ortega, 33, failure are starting to plan this
intoxicants. Sheila Ann North, 44, failure to appear/delivery of a controlled substance, year’s edition, to be held
to appear/first-degree theft, second-degree driving under the influence of intoxicants and in July.
theft, possession of a controlled substance possession of a controlled substance. Jose
and unauthorized use of a motor vehicle. Ortega Ortiz, 37, failure to appear/driving
The awards event was
Christopher Steven Norton, 39, failure to under the influence of intoxicants. Amador held in conjunction with -Saturday-
appear/harassment. James Edward Nowell, Cruz Ortega, 24, failure to appear/driving the squadron’s annual lead- April 9th, 2011
52, failure to appear/possession of a con- under the influence of intoxicants. ership weekend, which
includes classes in team- 6:00 - 9:00 p.m.
building, basic skills, histo- (Dinner Served 7-8:30 p.m.)
ry, aerospace education and McMinnville Community Center
ARRESTS drill and ceremony.
$30 per person or $50 for 2
Yamhill County Brian Stephen Nall, 26, Curtis Dean Whitlow, 34, $15 per person
Portland, March 29, failure
to appear; booked into the
Lafayette, March 30, proba-
tion violation; booked into the
Y-C schedules Only 500 tickets available
Alona Danielle Anderson, Yamhill County Jail on $5,000
Yamhill County Jail without
‘Coffee Talk’ Order early by calling
Debbie Winkler at 503-565-4207,
31, Willamina, March 31, sec-
ond-degree failure to appear, Micahel Sean Riley, 26, YAMHILL — The Yam- Esther Lipke at 503-565-4201, or
McMinnville, March 29, fail- hill-Carlton School District Wendy Buchheit at
violation of a release agree- Oregon 503-852-6176,
ment/eight counts, failure to ure to appear, post-prison will host Wednesday morn-
appear/five counts; booked supervision violation; booked State Police ing “Coffee Talk” sessions or any MAC club member
into the Yamhill County Jail on into the Yamhill County Jail Miguel A.M. Alcaraz, 30, monthly through May so
$82,500 bail. without bail. Salem, March 29, driving patrons can discuss the dis-
Keith Edwin Becker, 23, Christopher Lee Robinson, under the influence of intoxi-
37, McMinnville, March 31, trict’s budget and enrollment
Amity, March 29, violation of cants; cited and released.
a release agreement/three driving under the influence challenges with Superinten-
Darren O’Neil Etter, 19, dent Steve Chiovaro and
counts; booked into the Yam- of intoxicants; booked and Dayton, March 25, driving
hill County Jail on $55,000 released. without a license; cited and Business Manager Michelle
bail. Arturo Jesus Saldana, 26, released. Morrison.
Denis William Hodson, 20, McMinnville, March 29, pro- Lillian M. Phillips, 45, Sher- Casual get-togethers will
Newberg, March 31, failure
to appear, theft of services;
booked into the Yamhill Coun-
bation violation; booked into
the Yamhill County Jail with-
idan, March 29, driving under
the influence of intoxicants,
reckless driving; booked and
be held from 10 to 11 a.m.
April 13 and May 11 at PERFECT LOOK.
ty Jail on $10,000 bail. Samuel Peter Schmidt, released.
Zippy’s Pizza in Yamhill,
and April 27 and May 25 It’s the difference between,
30, Tualatin, March 31, viola-
“You got a haircut. and
Lindsey Marie Hunt, 19, Sherry Oechsner, 47, Olym-
Grand Ronde, March 30, fail- tion of a release agreement; at Cielo Blu in Carlton.
pia, Wash., March 26, driving
ure to appear; booked into booked into the Yamhill Coun- uninsured, driving without a Attendees will be encour-
the Yamhill County Jail on
ty Jail on $20,000 bail.
Steven Earl Spoerhase,
license; cited and released.
Lonnie Dean Reno, 36,
aged to ask questions and
provide input. “HEY, NICE HAIRCUT!”
Meridith Joyna Jackson, 48, Independence, March 30, Sheridan, March 27, driving For information, call the
27, McMinnville, March 31, possession of a controlled uninsured, driving without a district office at 503-852-
Drug Court violation; booked substance/methamphet- license; cited and released.
amine; booked and released. 6980.
into the Yamhill County Jail
without bail. Jeremiah Lee Taaffe, 21,
Gaston, March 29, driving McMinnville
Tommie Charles Jennings,
while revoked/suspended, Bus service offered
30, Lincoln City, March 30, Police Department
violation of a release agree- hit-and-run/property/vehicle,
ment/two counts; booked reckless driving; booked and Thomas Eric Eakin, 32, for Sunday Suppers
released. McMinnville, March 29, post-
into the Yamhill County Jail prison supervision violation; A partnership between the
on $20,000 bail. James Dennis Tippens Jr., McMinnville Covenant and
38, Longview, Wash., March booked into the Yamhill Coun-
Jon Kevin Johnson, 52, ty Jail without bail. First Baptist churches has
Gaston, March 29, failure to 31, violation of a release made bus service available
agreement/10 counts; Michael Marthaller, 19,
appear/six counts; booked Albany, March 30, probation for the Covenant Church’s
into the Yamhill County Jail on booked into the Yamhill Coun-
$10,000 bail. ty Jail on $175,000 bail. violation; booked into the free Sunday Suppers pro-
Merrill Thornburg, 45, Yamhill County Jail without gram.
Gabriel Lara, 21, Hills- bail.
boro, March 31, driving under McMinnville, March 31, Coordinator Robin Swen-
harassment, violation of a Michael William Patch,
the influence of intoxicants; 31, Yamhill, March 29, pro- son said First Baptist has
booked and released. release agreement; booked agreed to provide the bus
into the Yamhill County Jail on bation violation; booked into
Lynn Raymond Marks, 45, the Yamhill County Jail on and drivers.
Sheridan, March 31, viola- $17,500 bail.
James Junior Valencia, $15,000 bail. The initial run begins
tion of a release agreement; Noe Martinez-Robles Jr.,
booked into the Yamhill Coun- 33, Dayton, March 30, pos- Sunday, with the first stop
session of a controlled sub- 23, McMinnville, March 30, scheduled for 4 p.m. at the
ty Jail on $20,000 bail. violation of a release agree-
Ryan Michael McCormick, stance/schedule II/meth- McMinnville Senior Center.
amphetamine, delivery of a ment/Newberg Municipal The pickup point will be
34, McMinnville, March 31, Court; booked into the Yam-
violation of a release agree- controlled substance/meth; next to the brick structure
ment; booked into the Yamhill booked into the Yamhill Coun- hill County Jail on $10,000
and adjacent picnic table. McMinnville Town Center
ty Jail on $40,000 bail. bail.
County Jail on $20,000 bail. The bus will stop at the
Gospel Rescue Mission
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house at 4:12, arriving at the
church at 4:29 p.m. A sec-
Listed are meetings involv- St., 1-503-538-3922. Department: 7 p.m., fire hall, ond run will follow the same
ing city government, county McMINNVILLE Adult Recre- Second and Olive Streets, 1- schedule one hour later.
government and school district ation & Leisure Advisory Board: 503-662-3511. Return trips will also be ON ALL
agencies in Yamhill County. 6 p.m., McMinnville Senior YAMHILL COUNTY Planning COLOR
offered. The last bus will SERVICES
Please call the News-Register Center, 2250 N.E. McDaniel Commission: 7 p.m., Room depart from the church at
at 503-472-5114, ext. 291, to Lane, 503-435-0407. 32, county courthouse, 535 6 p.m.
update information. YAMHILL Soil and Water N.E. Fifth St., McMinnville,
Conservation District: 7 p.m., 503-472-9371.
Monday, April 4 conference room, USDA Ser-
vice Center, 2200 S.W. Sec- Monday, April 11
CARLTON Planning Com-
mission: 7 p.m., city hall, 191
E. Main St., 503-852-7575.
ond St., McMinnville, 503-
472-1474 CARLTON City Council: 7
p.m., city hall, 191 E. Main
DAYTON City Council: 6:30
p.m., city hall annex, 408
Ferry St., 503-864-2221.
Wednesday, April 6
AMITY City Council: 7 p.m.,
CHEHALEM Park and Rec-
reation District’s Riverfront
NEWBERG City Council: 6
p.m., Public Safety Building,
city hall, 109 Maddox Ave.,
Trails and Pathways Project:
6 p.m., district boardroom, It’s what we do.
401 E. Third St., 1-503-537- LAFAYETTE Fire Depart- 125 S. Elliott Road, Newberg,
1283, www.newbergoregon. ment: 7 p.m., fire hall, 486 1-503-554-0283.
gov/meetings. Third St., 503-864-2451. DAYTON Fire Board: 7:30
SHERIDAN City Council: 7 Meeting canceled — YAM- p.m., new fire hall, 500 Sev-
p.m., council chambers, city HILL Planning Commission: enth St., 503-864-2221.
hall, 120 S.W. Mill St., 503- 6:30 p.m., city hall, 115 E. McMINNVILLE School What matters to you...
843-2347. First St., 1-503-662-3511. Board: 7:30 p.m., administra-
YAMHILL COUNTY Board of tion building, 1500 N.E. Baker
Commissioners: 2 p.m., 534 Thursday, April 7 St., 503-565-4000.
N.E. Fifth St., McMinnville, NEWBERG Traffic Safety
503-434-7501. Informal/for- YAMHILL COUNTY Board Commission: 7 p.m., Public
mal session. of Commissioners: 10 a.m., Safety Building, 401 E. Third
Room 32, county courthouse, St., 1-503-537-1221.
535 N.E. Fifth St., McMinn- SHERIDAN Fire Board: 7:30
Tuesday, April 5 ville, 503-434-7501. Formal 503.472.2165
p.m., fire district main station,
DUNDEE City Council: 7 session. 230 S.W. Mill St., 503-843-
p.m., city hall, 620 S.W. Fifth YAMHILL Volunteer Fire www.haganhamilton.com