A traffic stop in North Bend Monday night, April 29, led to two arrests. According to an entry on the police log for 10:50 p.m., Virginia & Marion avenues, 18-year old Ronald Brown, North Bend, taken into custody on Probation Violation charge, and 19-year old Timisha Groves, North Bend, taken into custody on two CBPD warrants plus an OSP warrant. Brown also cited for DWS Violation, Failure to Carry Proof of Insurance and warned for No License Plate Light. Both were transported to the Coos Co. Jail at Coquille.
According to an entry on the North Bend Police log for Monday, April 29, 12:56 p.m., 1800 block 12th St., "RP request officers respond after during a dispute his girlfriend slapped him. Officers respond and contacted all involved parties." Nineteen year old Natasha Nicole Wallace, Coos Bay, charged with Domestic Harassment.
According to an entry on the North Bend Police log for Monday, April 29, 11:50 a.m., 1900 block Monroe St., "anonymous male reported possible illegal camping on someone's property at location." Thirty-five year old Michael Townsend, Coos Bay, arrested on Probation Violation charge. "Officer seized homemade bong and knife from location."
According to an entry on the North Bend Police log for Monday, April 29, 9:36 a.m., 2000 block Inland Dr., "RP reported finding a box with 2 brand new amps, some bandanas and wigs inside. Officer responded/advised it was recovered stolen property from a burglary last weeks. Items returned to station."
A report of a driver operating a brown Chrysler minivan, who "took off without paying for gas," on the 1300 block of Virginia Ave., North Bend, Monday, April 29, led to an arrest. The value of the gas was $10. According to an entry on the police log for 8:03 a.m., the vehicle was located on the 1100 block of Lakeshore Dr. Forty-six year old Danny Kutsch, North Bend, cited for DWS Violation. Thirty-eight year old Jaleen Radan, transient, taken into custody for ID Theft, Forgery, Fraud use of CC, Tampering with Physical Evidence and PCS Schedule I . Transported to the Coos Co. Jail at Coquille.