These logs are the highlights of initial emergency calls and reports to the Douglas County Dispatch Center. They do not represent all of the incidents or their final outcomes.



Douglas County sheriff

12:52 a.m. — Someone is outside the caller’s house walking around and sitting on the porch in the 500 block of Greenhill Drive, Roseburg.

3:12 a.m. — Caller heard three gunshots and possibly people talking in the 100 block of West E Avenue, Drain.

10:27 a.m. — An unfriendly pig is in the caller’s yard in the 500 block of Greenhill Drive, Roseburg.

1:08 p.m. — Caller found used syringes in the 200 block of Valley Drive, Myrtle Creek.

1:32 p.m. — Telemarketer was yelling obscenities at the caller in the 300 block of snowberry Road, Roseburg.

2:33 p.m. — Cashier’s boyfriend is refusing to leave the area in the 200 block of Pruner Road, Tenmile.

5:09 p.m. — Two females have been yelling at each other for the last three hours in the 5400 block of Grange Road, Roseburg.


6:13 p.m. — Grass fire is burning toward the small guest house in the 200 block of Angus Lane, Myrtle Creek.


The News-Review publishes the names of individuals who have been arrested on suspicion of at least one felony charge or three misdemeanors or a combination of felony and misdemeanor charges.


Douglas County sheriff

William Dean Martin, 44, of Roseburg, on suspicion of second-degree assault and contempt of court.

Michael Scott Sampson, 37, of Riddle, on suspicion of methamphetamine possession and a felony probation violation.

Sean Tyler Tuckey, 25, of Eugene, on suspicion of methamphetamine possession.

Cody Ray Voth, 29, of Roseburg, on suspicion of first-degree forgery.

Roseburg police

Jon Leslie Brandt, 60, of Roseburg, on suspicion of failure to register as a sex offender, second-degree criminal trespass, failure to appear on a criminal citation.

Lawrence Mitchell McFarland, 64, of Roseburg, on suspicion of methamphetamine possession.

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Is there a regulation in place that requires pigs to be friendly? How does one determine if they're friendly or not? If they give you a mean stare and say, "Oink you!" would that qualify as a unfriendly pig? These are hard times!

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