Lookup Warrants and Arrests in Eugene, Oregon. Results Include: Arrest Records, Police Report, Warrants, Mugshot, Type of Crime, Warrant Number, Bond Amount, Race, DOB, Address

Eugene Oregon Police Station Address: 300 Country Club Rd, Eugene, OR 97401, United States

2 days ago
Police responded to report of man with gunshot wound (non life threatening) near Albertson’s, 4740 Royal. https://t.co/Gv00RfvWUA

5 days ago
Notable arrests from yesterday and today, added to EPD on the Beat, January — https://t.co/1rUsZjr3KV

6 days ago
@amandaisonair Sorry to hear about this @amandaisonair Glad you were able to recover most of your belongings, and have a positive outlook despite this unfortunate event.

Eugene Police Department

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Eugene Police Department

Eugene Police Department2 days ago

Some of the arresting activity from the weekend:

On January 14, EPD responded to 226 calls for service and made 29 arrests. The average number of calls for service over the last seven days is 239 and the average number of arrests over the last seven days is 20. The number of calls for service on this day last year was 235, and the number of arrests was 20. Over the last three years, the average number of calls for service received on January 14 is 217, and the average number of arrests, 26.

Last week (Sunday, January 7 – Saturday January 13) EPD responded to 1,672 calls for service and made 182 arrests. The average number of calls for service over the last four weeks is 1,410 with 145 arrests. The number of calls for service during the same week last year was 1,661 with 136 arrests. Over the last three years, the average number of calls for service for this period was 1,563 and there were 154 arrests

01/14/18 21:11, 1 S PARK ST/W PARK ST
Disorderly Conduct – Case 1800879
Officers were sent in emergency mode to the Park Blocks to help Eugene Springfield Fire EMS medics with a disorderly man, Jacob Morton Berk, age 25. Originally, the medics were called to tend to Berk. While being tended at the scene, Berk became hostile towards the medics who were trying to help him, at one point taking a fighting stance and then trying to punch one of them more than once. Berk, who is on post-prison supervision, was arrested for Disorderly Conduct. While enroute to jail, he struck he head against the cage.

01/14/18 06:08, 4300 BLOCK INWOOD LN
Criminal Mischief 2 and Possess Methamphetamine (Misd.) – Case 1800848
A home’s residents awakened to a few loud ‘explosions,’ as a window next to their door was shattered. They called 911 and one resident confronted the suspect. EPD officers and a Springfield Police K-9 unit responded and started searching. An officer stopped a suspicious vehicle near the intersection of Brookside Drive and Brae Burn Drive and contacted the driver, Brian Lee Beers, age 25, of Eugene. He was identified as the suspect and found to be in possession of methamphetamine. He was charged with Criminal Mischief 2 and Possession of Methamphetamine.

01/14/18 23:38, 99 W 13TH AVE/OLIVE ST
Non-Criminal Detox – Case 1800886
An officer spotted an intoxicated man walking in and out of the roadway on W. 13th Avenue. He stopped and contacted the man, age 28, and he was unable to track conversation with the officer. The officer tried to get him to phone a friend, but the phone died. The man didn’t know his address and CAHOOTS was unavailable, so the officer transported the man to Buckley House. The man urinated in the back of the patrol vehicle and was processed into detox.

01/14/18 04:53, 1574 W 6TH AVE
Unlawful Possession of a Weapon, Minor in Possession of Liquor, Criminal Trespass 2 – Case 1800847
An officer spotted a vehicle parked in front of a “no trespassing’ and “no unauthorized parking’ sign. There were multiple occupants and the officer watched the vehicle for a bit. The occupants were continually going in and out of the vehicle. The officer performed a traffic stop on the vehicle in the parking lot. Three individuals were already outside of it. One male appeared to be in charge of the group ,told the officer he was from Portland and asked the officer if he was intimidated by that. The officer advised the group they were trespassing. A sixth male was found to be sleeping in the front passenger seat. He was later identified as Jake Brigger Hodge, age 19, of Gresham. Hodge appeared disoriented and once he was awake, the officer asked him to get out of the vehicle. As Hodge began to move, the officer observed a handgun on Hodge’s lap and the officer reached in a quickly grabbed it. Hodge was ordered out of the vehicle and after an investigation charged with Unlawful Possession of a Weapon, Minor in Possession of Liquor, and Criminal Trespass 2. The rest of the group were cited in lieu of custody for Criminal Trespass 2: Omar Chavez-Valle, age 19, of Portland; Uriah James Boa, age 19, of Portland; Juvenile Female, age 16, of Eugene; Ulices Uriel Lopez Guitorn, age 18, of Eugene; and Kailani Tye Saucedo, age 18, of Eugene.

01/13/18 22:10, 899 W 23RD AVE/ADAMS ST
DUII, Possess Marijuana 4 Oz or More – Case 1800835
An officer was dispatched to locate a possible DUII driver. A man had been seen staggering around his car before getting into it. The officer found the suspect vehicle and observed it driving on both sides of the roadway. He stopped it and contacted the driver, August Jerome Vader, age 21, of Eugene. The officer caught a strong smell of marijuana and Vader appeared under the influence. After an investigation by the officer, and a UOPD Drug Recognition Expert, Vader was charged with DUII. The officer found a bag of marijuana buds during an inventory search of the vehicle. Vader was also charged with Possession of Marijuana 4 Ounce or More.

01/13/18 22:56, 605 W 4TH AVE
Criminal Trespass 2 – Case 1800838
An officer was called to Buckley House after a man, later identified as Torsten Cristov Davis, age 25, of Eugene, had banged on the door to the facility demanding to be let in. He was limping. They allowed him in. The officer contacted Davis, who advised he had collided with a car and broken his leg. Davis used slurs against the officer, who looked and found dirt marks on his shin, then called Eugene Springfield Fire EMS to check him. The medics did not find signs of a broken leg, but offered to taken him to the hospital. Davis called the medics by the same slurs. He was asked to leave the facility for the night and he refused, so the officer took him into custody on charges of Criminal Trespass 2. While helping Davis into the patrol vehicle, Davis planted his leg and spun into the officer, knocking him back slightly. The officer advised him to not do this and Davis agreed, then did it again. He was restrained. The officer asked for assistance in getting Davis out of the patrol vehicle and Davis continued to yell and be disorderly with deputies. At the time of the report, there were no reports of anyone being struck by a vehicle or subject down calls in the area near Buckley.

01/13/18 21:17, 1166 OAK ST
Disorderly Conduct, Criminal Trespass 2 – Case 1800832
Officers were called to respond in emergency mode to the location, where a man, Aaron Douglas Weller, age 32, was being aggressive and yelling at CAHOOTS. Officers found him standing in the parking lot next to the CAHOOTS van. He was reported to have advanced on two CAHOOTS staff when they were in the area on an unrelated call and offered to help him. Weller had taken a fighting stance. He tried to lock himself in their van and then crawled under it while it was idling. They were not able to leave. Weller was charged with Disorderly Conduct and Criminal Trespass 2 (as the parking lot had trespass letters on file).

01/13/18 08:46, 145 E 18TH AVE
Unlawful Possession of a Weapon, Interfere with Police Officer – Case 1800788
Officers were dispatched to a possible armed dispute in the parking lot, with one individual possibly armed with a firearm. When they arrived, they found the described individual and contacted him. He was advised of the reason for the contact and stop. He turned and tried to leave, and one officer reached out and grabbed his arm. The individual, Aubrey Ryan Quinn-Ward, age 21, of Portland, consented to a search and then immediately turned away and tried to walk off. Officers restrained him and he tried to pull away. Once Quinn-Ward was handcuffed, officers conducted a pat-down search and located a concealed firearm (Quinn-Ward did not have a concealed firearm permit). Quinn-Ward was lodged for Unlawful Possession of a Firearm, Disorderly Conduct, and Interfering with a Police Officer.

01/13/18 03:16, 150 DELTA NB HWY
DUII, Reckless Driving – Case 17900784
A Toyota Corolla was disabled in the middle of the northbound lane of Delta Highway, and had severe front-end damage, with airbag deployment. An OSP trooper arrived on scene first and EPD was called to help conduct a DUII investigation. The EPD officer contacted the driver, Christopher Michael Hilton, age 45, of Eugene. Eugene Springfield Fire EMS arrived on scene and checked Hilton out before the officer began his investigation and then arrested him for DUII and Reckless Driving. Another officer located the scene of the crash, a guardrail which had been hit. Hilton had continued driving the vehicle for more than a mile before it came to rest, impeding traffic.

01/12/18 08:20, 1999 W 13TH AVE/GARFIELD ST
Violation Park Rules – Case 1800731
An officer was conducting routine park patrol along the Fern Ridge bike path between Chambers and Acorn Park after numerous complaints of campers on the bike path under the overpasses blocking half the path for bicycles and pedestrians. The officer observed three subjects, Allan Wayne Montoya, age 58; Frederic Zeph Reeves, age 26, of Eugene; and Mathew Paul Upton, age 31, of Eugene sleeping on the bike path under Garfield Street. They were completely blocking the west bound lane. The officer cited all three for Violation of Park Rules and issued them 30-day Park Exclusions.

Eugene Police Department

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Eugene Police Department

Eugene Police Department2 days ago

Police Respond to Report of a Gunshot Wound

At approximately 7:40 p.m. today, Eugene Police responded to report of a man with a gunshot wound near Albertson’s, 4740 Royal Avenue. He is being treated for non life-threatening injuries at a local hospital.

Police officers and a K-9 unit conducted a search without success, of the area noted by the victim. The victim reported the shooting occurred outside the store by the apartments at the southwest corner near Unthank and Throne. The suspect is described as a Hispanic male in his 20s and last seen wearing a black hoodie and black Carhart-style pants.

There is no ongoing threat to the public related to this incident. If anyone has relevant tips in this case or witnessed the incident they are asked to call 541.682.5111.

Eugene Police Department

Eugene Police Department5 days ago

EPD on the Beat

01/12/18 01:49, 100 BLOCK DIVISION AVE
Harassment/Disorderly Conduct/Criminal Trespass 2 – Case 1800720
Police responded to Shari’s restaurant on Division Avenue regarding a disorderly male subject who was behaving aggressively at the front counter. Police received information that an employee asked the subject several times to leave, and he subsequently threatened the employee and pushed another female employee who attempted to intervene. Police contacted the suspect, Michael D Lubbers, age 61, of Eugene, who was at the location, and arrested him for Harassment, Criminal Trespass in the Second Degree and Disorderly Conduct. He was transported to the Lane County Jail.

01/11/18 21:51, 100 BLOCK OF CORLISS LN
Burglary 2 – Case 1800712
Police responded to a residence on Corliss Lane regarding a suspicious male subject who had been on the property, and observed the described subject, walking toward the vehicle that was parked in front of the location. Police contacted the subject, Falcon Blue Fincher, age 27, of Eugene, and received information that he had been inside the residence and had taken items from the location. He was arrested and transported to the Lane County Jail for Burglary in the Second Degree.

01/11/18 08:02, 1500 BLOCK OF MILL ST
Burglary 1/Theft 1/Theft 2 – Case 1800660
Police responded to an apartment on Mill Street regarding a burglary that happened overnight and received information that several items were taken from the location. At approximately 12:12 p.m., police contacted a female subject regarding suspicious behavior near the Atrium Building on W. 10th Avenue. The officer observed the subject, Ashley Ann Lusk (also known as Ashley Hamby), age 36, of Eugene, in possession of several backpacks, which were found to contain stolen property, and she was wearing a coat that was found to be stolen during the burglary. During contact with Lusk, police also found property that was stolen from an apartment on the 2100 block of Franklin on January 9, and arrested her for Burglary in the First Degree, Theft in the First Degree and four counts of Theft in the Second Degree. She was transported to the Lane County Jail on the charges.

Eugene Police Department

Eugene Police Department5 days ago

Now hiring for the position of 911 Calltaker/Dispatcher. For more information on the position and January 18 career night, please visit:

Eugene Police Department

Eugene Police Department5 days ago

January 12, at approximately 12:05 a.m., a police officer traveling southbound on Chambers Street approaching 18th Avenue observed a 2008 Subaru Forrester traveling in the same direction through a green light strike a 26-year-old male pedestrian who had entered the crosswalk as the vehicle was passing.

Police contacted the 82-year-old male driver of the vehicle at the scene, who was cooperative with police, and are continuing to investigate the crash. The victim was transported to the hospital with life threatening injuries. The investigation is ongoing.