Hermiston Police News: Assault Investigation Leads to Arrest

Release Date: 
02/23/2013

On the 21st of February 2013, at approximately 1:30 PM, Hermiston Police officers were dispatched to 645 SE 4th Street #3A in Hermiston, on a report of an assault that had just occurred.  Upon arrival, officers contacted a 22 year old Hermiston male who had injuries requiring the response of Hermiston Fire and Emergency Services.

Photo: Carrillo, Francisco J.Over the course of the next several hours, officers and detectives from the department investigated the incident which eventually led to the arrest of Francisco J. Carrillo, 22 years old, of 1105 South 1st Street #G5, Hermiston.  Carrillo was processed at the Hermiston Police Department before being lodged at the Umatilla County Jail on (1) count of Assault in the Second Degree.

Though transported to Good Shepherd Hospital, none of the injuries to the victim appear to be life threatening. 

“It appears from our investigation the argument ensued over a very small monetary debt.  This is our first contact with Mr. Carrillo,” reports Chief Jason Edmiston.


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