Weekly Crime Wrap-up: UOPD made nine arrests, EPD dealt with 25 cases of illegal fireworks in one night
Nine arrests were made by the University of Oregon Police Department for various reasons like possession of meth, burglary and warrant arrest from May 25 to July 1.
Here’s the breakdown of crimes reported to UOPD the last week:
June 25 – Criminal trespass at Spencer View Apartment – Arrest
Two cases of interfering with Police, Possession of less than 1 ounce of Marijuana – Citation
Menacing, Carrying of a Concealed Weapon, Disorderly Conduct – Arrest
June 26 – Warrant arrest, Possession of Meth at Prince Lucien Campbell Hall – Arrest
Bicycle theft at Knight Library
June 27 – Warrant arrest at Johnson Hall
Invasion of personal privacy – Barnhart
June 28 – Warrant arrest at AAA Gazebo
Criminal Trespass at AAA Gazebo
June 29 – Felony possession of a restricted weapon on E 20th and Hilyard
Burglary, warrant arrest, possession of meth at 1734 Villard – Arrest
Bicycle theft at Vivian Olum Child Development Center
Felony possession of a restricted weapon, carry of concealed weapon, false information to police at E 13th and Beech Street – Arrest
June 30 – Unlawful Entry of Motor Vehicle, Theft
Attempted bike theft at Central Kitchen
Warrant Arrest, Unlawful Use of a Vehicle, Possession of Meth, Interfering with Police – Arrest
Criminal trespass at Carson Hall
Warrant arrest – 1316 Alder Street
Throughout Eugene-Springfield area, 25 cases of reckless burning and illegal fireworks were reported to Eugene Police Department on July 3. EPD also received four reports of missing persons, two calls regarding a stab wound incident and three calls about assault cases the same day.
Here’re some of the noticeable crimes that happened throughout the week in Eugene-Springfield area:
June 27: EPD arrested Vyacheslav Leonidovich Stefanskiy in light of the death of Marissa Nevills. Stefanskiy is booked at Lane County Jail after being charged with murder and three probation violations out of Multnomah County. The victim, Nevills, was stabbed at the 1900 block of Patterson on Friday, June 24.
June 28: A man flashed himself after requesting a tour in a tanning salon in south Eugene. The employee at the salon described him as “a white male in his mid to late 40s, 5’10’ to 5’11” tall, with an average build, brown or dark grey hair, roundish face, smallish teeth, a lot of arm hair, and speaks with a soft, calm voice.” He was also seen with a burnt-orange Subaru hatchback.
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