Police News

Hermiston Police News Release - Juveniles charged

Release Date: 
01/24/2011

On the 24th of January 2011, at approximately 1:05 AM, the Hermiston Police Department was contacted by the management of the Sunshine Court Apartments located at 690 SW 9th Street on a report of several males getting into vehicles in the parking lot. 

Officers Bill Golter and Bryan Maess arrived within minutes and immediately took a 15 year old male into custody.  The other parties involved fled on foot and with the assistance of the Oregon State Police, (2) additional subjects (a 14 year old male and a 16 year old male) were detained.

Hermiston Police News Release - Suspect taken into custody

Release Date: 
01/18/2011

On the 16th of January 2011, at approximately 8:15 AM, Officer Chris Martin contacted Charles Brian Barker 38 years of age, a transient of Hermiston, in the area of NE McNary Ave. and E. Cherry Ave.  Barker was on foot and Officer Martin was aware of a current detainer warrant issued by Umatilla County Parole and Probation for the apprehension of Barker.


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