Tuesday, Oct. 26 — OSP responded to a motor vehicle versus deer crash on Hwy 140 at mile post 58. Reginald Lewis McFadden was the driver and was uninjured. The vehicle was towed by Ace Towing.

Thursday, Oct. 28 — OSP stopped Vincent Moss on Hwy 140 for a violation. The trooper noticed criminal indicators and searched the vehicle. The trooper discovered bulk marijuana and psilocybin mushrooms. Moss was cited in lieu of custody and released.

Thursday, Oct. 28 — OSP stopped Jonathan Cook for a traffic violation. The trooper observed criminal activity and searched the vehicle as a consent search. The trooper found bulk United States currency in the vehicle. The driver was cited and released.

Monday, Nov. 1 — An unknown person or persons struck a small black bear with a vehicle at Hwy 140 at mile post 6, and then dispatched the animal. Someone then started to salvage the animal. For unknown reasons they stopped the salvage, dumped the bear and left the scene. There was also a dead black cat and a dead red-tailed hawk at the same location, both road struck. Without credible leads, the attempted unlawful take of a black bear cannot move froward.

Monday, Nov. 1 — An OSP trooper stopped Steven Howard McLane, Lakeview, for a traffic violation at the intersection of south F and 7th streets in Lakeview. The driver had no valid insurance and was driving with a suspended license. The vehicle was impounded and the driver was cited and released.

Tuesday, Nov. 2 — OSP stopped Jose Ledesma Campos, Milton-Freewater, for a speeding violation on Hwy 395 at mile post 145. A warrant check revealed that he had a valid warrant for his arrest. Campos was arrested and lodged in the Lake County Jail on the valid warrant. Deiter’s Towing towed the vehicle.

Wednesday, Nov. 3 — OSP stopped Ian Hernandez, Columbia, Mo., for a speeding and lane violations on Hwy 140 at mile post 93. Criminal activity was observed. A search of the vehicle revealed a large amount of marijuana bud and non-OLCC extract. Hernandez was cited and released.

Wednesday, Nov. 3 — OSP stopped Nicholas Taylor Minassi, San Diego, Calif., for a traffic violation on Hwy 395 at mile post 137. The driver was a felon and had a warrant for his arrest. Criminal activity was observed and the vehicle was searched. The search revealed a firearm and a dagger. Minassi was arrested and lodged in the Lake County Jail.

Friday, Nov. 5 — OSP towed an abandoned vehicle from Hwy 140 at mile post 71.

Monday, Nov. 8 — An unknown person struck a large buck deer with a vehicle and then dispatched the animal on Hwy 140 at mile post 33. Someone cut the antlers off the deer and dumped it behind an ODOT gravel pit in the sage brush. ODOT was contacted and said the gravel pit was not an authorized dump site for road struck animals. Without credible leads, the unlawful take of mule deer parts cannot move forward.

Monday, Nov. 8 — OSP observed Christina Marie McLane, Lakeview, operating a vehicle on Hwy 140 at Tunnel Hill Road. She was driving with a suspended license and did not have insurance. Deiter’s Towing towed the vehicle.

Monday, Nov. 8 — OSP responded to a littering of the highway call at 1008 S. G St., Lakeview. Upon arriving at the scene, OSP observed Richard Gregory Adornetto, Lakeview, throwing trash on the side of the highway. He was cited and released. The trash was removed by mental health.

Tuesday, Nov. 9 — OSP towed an abandoned vehicle from the intersection of Hwy 140 and Roberta Road, Lakeview.

Tuesday, Nov. 9 — OSP came upon a single motor vehicle non-injury crash versus deer on Hwy 140 at mile post 95. The vehicle suffered heavy front end damage. When OSP arrived the driver Arleen Durand, was walking around the vehicle, and was able to drive the vehicle off the highway. ODOT assisted with traffic control and the removal of the deceased deer. Deiter’s Towing towed the vehicle.

Wednesday, Nov. 10 — OSP responded to a report of a cold burglary that occurred sometime between Monday, Nov. 8 and Wednesday, Nov. 10 at Goose Lake State Park. The women’s bathroom door was forced open, causing significant damage. Several items were stolen.

Thursday, Nov. 11 — OSP stopped Brandyn Michael Stewart, Allen, Neb., for a lighting violation at the intersection of south F and 6th streets in Lakeview. Stewart displayed indicators of impairment and refused standardized field sobriety tests and was arrested for DUII. The driver refused a breath test and a search warrant was conducted at Lake District Hospital. Stewart was lodged at the Lake County Jail.

Sunday, Nov. 14 — OSP stopped Martin Alverez de la Cruz, Seaside, for a traffic violation at the intersection of Hwy 140 and Hwy 395. Criminal activity was observed and the vehicle was searched. Marijuana and a gun were founded in the vehicle. The driver and his passenger, Gonzalo Lorenzo-Medina, Los Angeles, Calif., were arrested and then cited and released.

Monday, Nov. 15 — Jamie Sandoval, Apple Valley, Calif., was traveling southbound on Hwy 305 at mile post 145 when she struck a deer in the roadway. Hall’s Towing towed the vehicle and OSP warned Sandoval about a no operator’s license.

Tuesday, Nov. 16 — Chad Nathan Day struck a black cow on Hwy 395 near mile post 56. No injuries were reported. The owner of the cow was notified. Day arranged for his own tow. ODOT assisted on the scene.

Wednesday, Nov. 17 — OSP contacted Kenneth Vaughn Burnett, Klamath Falls, regarding a camping complaint at the Highway Wells rest area on Hwy 395 at mile post 60. Burnett had an outstanding warrant for his arrest. He was lodged at the Lake County Jail. UHaul was notified about its truck needing to be removed.

Friday, Nov. 19 — OSP assisted the Lake County Sheriff’s Office regarding a subject who was unlawfully in someone’s vehicle on Hwy 305. David Austin, Merchantville, New Jersey, was lodged in the Lake County Jail.

Sunday, Nov. 21 — An unknown person or persons shot a buck deer out of season and cut off its head, leaving behind the body, on Forest Service Road 2917 at mile post 2.5 out of Silver Lake. The only evidence left behind was the deer and boot tracks. Due to the decomposition of the deer the taking most likely occurred in the past week. A meat sample was obtained.

Tuesday, Nov. 23 — OSP stopped Patricia Elaine Miller for a traffic violation on Hwy 395 at mile post 143. Information was obtained by OSP that Miller abducted two juveniles. One of the two abducted juveniles was in the back seat of the vehicle and the other missing juvenile was at a residence near Bly mountain. Klamath Falls detectives recovered the second juvenile. Miller and the passenger — Robert John Jameson — were arrested on multiple charges and lodged in the Lake County Jail.

Thursday, Nov. 25 — OSP stopped Gregory Allen Azevedo for a speeding violation on Hwy 140 at mile post 76. Azevedo had a valid warrant for his arrest. He was arrested and lodged in the Lake County Jail.

Saturday, Nov. 27 — Amelia Gayle Mahaffey was traveling southbound on Hwy 395 at mile post 151 when a deer walked out into the roadway. Mahaffey struck the deer. Hall’s Towing towed the vehicle.

Sunday, Nov. 28 — OSP issued a citation in lieu of custody to Aaron Elvis James Nicholson, Grants Pass, for a failure to appear on Hwy 140 at mile post 95.

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