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.



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1:02 a.m. — Caller’s husband threw water on her and keeps threatening her in the 1100 block of John Long Road, Oakland.

10:53 a.m. — An unknown man threatened to kill the caller “off camera” and claimed he stole his marijuana in the 100 block of Molly Street, Glendale.

11:21 p.m. — Woman claimed she has video evidence of deputies being on her property when she’s not home in the 300 block of Conrad Street, Myrtle Creek.

1:30 p.m. — Caller said there’s a rattlesnake at her house in the 2300 block of Old Highway 99 South, Roseburg.

2:02 p.m. — Caller showed up to mow the owner’s lawn and saw a purse and a half gallon of milk on the steps in the 100 block of Second Street, Dillard.

2:58 p.m. — Caller’s kids received threats after she reported on kids smoking marijuana in the park in the 600 block of Main Street, Yoncalla.

9:59 p.m. — An elderly man said he needed help turning his TV off in the 3200 block of Follett Street, Roseburg.


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

Brandon Duque Davis, 25, of Green, on suspicion of a hit-and-run, reckless driving and second-degree criminal trespass.

John Herman Haukoos, 66, of Winchester Bay, on suspicion of two counts of being a felon in possession of a firearm.

Saphara Harrell can be reached at 541-957-4216 or Or on Twitter @daisysaphara.

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Saphara Harrell is the crime and public safety reporter for The News-Review. She previously worked at The World in Coos Bay. Follow her on Twitter @daisysaphara.

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" An elderly man said he needed help turning his TV off in the 3200 block of Follett Street, Roseburg." You have to be kidding me. Somebody would actually call the cops because they couldn't turn their tv off?


He also reported that he couldn't find his jar of mayonnaise; no, that's a lie. He should have called Information. Back in the day you could call and ask them anything and they'd help you. Or, he could 'get a guy'. My Dad did, now he calls his guy when he can't figure out his whole television viewing system.

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