GRANT COUNTY – On Thursday afternoon, the KJDY and News102 newsroom received a press release from Sheriff Todd McKinley, stating that over the last two days, four individuals have been arrested for various reasons by the Grant County Sheriff’s Office. Since the release came out, two more individuals were arrested, totaling 6, according to dispatch logs.
Find the Sheriff’s press release below, followed by information frm the Grant County Emergency Communications Center:
(Press Release from Grant County Sheriff Todd McKinley)
In the last two days, four individuals have been arrested for various reasons by the Grant County Sheriff’s Office.
On the morning of the 15th, Christopher Carris Boyer, 34, of John Day was arrested near the Outpost Restaurant on outstanding warrants issued out of Grant County.
Later that evening, following a minor motor vehicle accident on Patterson Drive in Canyon City, Jared Jerell Baker, 28, of Canyon City was arrested on an outstanding Probation detainer. Baker attempted to flee the scene and force was sued to apprehend him.
On the morning of the 16th, David Wayne Kreger, 30, of Mt. Vernon was contacted near the ’76 Station, and arrested on outstanding warrants issued out of Grant and Clackamas County. Kreger was checked out at the scene by the Blue Mt. Hospital Ambulance for an unknown medical issue.
Near noon, Austen James Titus, 31, of Prairie City was arrested for trespassing following a disturbance near the Dollar General in John Day.
All individuals were transported to the Grant County Jail.
Following the Sheriff’s press release, Grant County Emergency Communications logs show that just before 4 p.m. on Thursday, November 16th, the Grant County Sheriff’s Office was advised of a theft report from Lens Drug. Stacy Hoffman, 32, of John Day was arrested for theft.
Finally, at 5:24 p.m., GCSO arrested Steven Warrington, 34, of Canyon City on a warrant.