Lake County Sheriff Office Report
Saturday, June 1 — Deputies recovered a cell phone near Bear Flat Road in Silver Lake. The cell phone was found by an anonymous citizen and turned in the phone to Deputies. The cell phone was placed into the property room for safekeeping.
Monday, June 3 — While on routine patrol at 12;30 a.m. Deputies made contact with a subject in the 1100 block of south J street. During contact a routine warrant check was conducted which revealed outstanding warrants out of Lake County. The subject was arrested and transported to the Lake County Correction’s Facility and booked on the outstanding warrants.
Tuesday, June 4 — Deputies responded to a vandalism at the Lakeview Little League fields regarding Sani cans being tipped over and damaged. At the same time of this incident another incident was reported on south E street regarding the same vehicle running over trash cans. A witness supplied a vehicle description of the incident on E street who was out walking their dog at 1:30 a.m. A check of the area revealed the suspect vehicle at a residence on Birch Street. The suspect admitted to the damage at both the Little League fields and south E street. The suspect also identified two other individuals that were with him the night of the vandalism. The suspect was cited for minor in possession of alcohol and criminal mischief II x2. One of the other individuals present that night was cited for hit and run property damage and criminal mischief II x2. The investigation has been forwarded to the DA’s Office for prosecution.
Thursday, June 6 — At approximately 12 p.m. a Lakeview Road Maintenance employee observed a cell phone near the intersection of Stock Drive and Roberta Road. The cell phone was turned into the Sheriff’s Office where it was placed in the property room for safe keeping. Anyone who has recently lost a cell phone please contact the Sheriff’s Office with a description of the cell phone for its return.
Friday, June 7 — Deputies contacted the victim in regards to a report of a burglary. The victim reported that a family member had made entry into a residence by coming through a window. A background check on the suspect revealed he is on felony probation for a sex abuse crime, and was required to report as a sex offender. Nine-1-1 Dispatch was contacted to verify the suspect’s sex offender registration status. Dispatch confirmed the suspect’s last registry was updated on Nov. 9, 2018 with the address showing in Christmas Valley. Dispatch also advised of a non-extraditable warrant for Burglary, to New Hampshire and Maine only. The suspect was consequently contacted and issued a citation-in-lieu of custody for his failure to report as a sex offender. The suspect’s probation officer was contacted and informed of the investigation. The probation officer will follow up on the status of the suspect. The investigation has been forwarded to the DA’s Office for review and charging.
Monday, June 10 — Deputies responded to Coyote Quick Stop in regards to a report of a drunken driver. Upon arrival Deputies contacted an adult female who was attempting to purchase alcohol from the market. A DUII assessment was conducted and it was determined the driver was extremely intoxicated. The female was arrested for DUII and transported to the courthouse for processing. The female driver submitted to a breath test, which revealed a reading of .21 percent blood alcohol by weight. The investigation has been forwarded to the DA’s Office for charging.
Thursday, June 13 — Deputies responded to the residence of a male who advised that he wanted to turn himself in on warrants. Deputies made contact, confirmed two felony warrants out of Lake County. The male was arrested, transported to the Lake County Correction’s Facility where he was booked.
Friday, June 14 — Deputies were in the area of 10th and south H street serving civil documents when an adult male watching the Deputies broke and ran. The male discarded his bicycle and ran north on I street. The male was observed in the rear of a residence on I street so the Deputies contacted him as to why he was running from the Deputies. The male was identified and a warrant check was conducted. The Deputies were advised that there was two statewide felony warrants for the arrest of the male. The male was arrested, transported to the Lake County Correction’s Facility where he was booked.
Oregon State Police Report
Monday, June 10 — A traffic stop was initiated on a motor vehicle driven by Sarah Lynn Cammaroto, 45. Signs of criminal activity were observed to include out of state travel destination. A consent search revealed marijuana and the driver was sited. Joseph Aaron Cammaroto was entered as a missing and endangered out of Josephine County. The subject was located.
Monday, June 10 — A traffic stop initiated on a Dodge Ram 1500 driven by Candy Sue Randall, 47, for an observed traffic violation. The passenger, Charles Edward Deidrich, 41, was identified and had valid misdemeanor warrant out of Klamath County and Lake County. Deidrich was lodged at the Lake County Jail for the two warrants.
Wednesday, June 12 — At about 9 a.m., Office Cliff Hargis assisted the Lake County Sheriff’s Office in apprehending a wanted felon, Steven Timothy Babb, 21. He was cleared by arrest and lodged in the Lake County Jail with no bail on parole warrant.
Wednesday, June 12 — Daniel Rex Nelson, 60, was headed westbound on Hwy 140 when an animal crossed the road and was struck. Nelson went off the road, over-corrected and rolled. He was transported by ambulance and his Silver Ford Fiesta was recovered by Don Deiter’s Towing.
Wednesday, June 12 — At about 7:50 a.m., Officer Cliff Hargis recognized a wanted subject, Joseph Edward Martin, 34, in a motor vehicle on Millview and north H street. After the warrant was confirmed, Martin was lodged on the FTA warrant and a new charge for contempt of court.
Thursday, June 13 — Craig Jeffery Clause, 66, was involved in a crash with William Zachary Morgan, 30 of Lakeview. Clause was traveling north on Hwy 395 downtown Lakeview on a motorcycle when Morgan attempted pull into traffic at north 1st street in a GMC pickup. Clause was transported by ambulance to the Lake District Hospital and displayed indicators of impairment. A blood draw was conducted and a DMV wants check revealed he was DWS Misdemeanor Revoked and had a confirmed misdemeanor out of Klamath County for a Failure to Appear. The CCH revealed the driver had two DUII convictions in the last 10 years. Clause was lodged at the Lake County Jail for DUII Felony, Reckless Driving and DWS Misdemeanor. The driver was also cited for Careless Driving and Failure to Install and IID.