This really takes the Cake- The Oregonian is always doing nice reports about how great Mexican Woodburn is. Read this police log for just one week in Woodburn Oregon and find out why we need to get rid of the Mexicans.
If the Oregonian etc, reported all the crimes by mexicans and anchor babies, Oregonians would rise up and demand Deportation.
Woodburn police reports
EDITOR’S NOTE: The Woodburn Independent publishes the names of people arrested based on information from city and county police logs. Hours listed represent the times crimes were reported to police. The paper does not normally publish the names of children younger than 18. Suspects arrested are innocent until proven guilty. Police logs are public record.Use of MCCF refers to a person being lodged in the Marion County Correctional Facility.
Thursday, July 8 at 1:06 a.m.: The 800 block of S. Settlemier Avenue, Martin Cabanas was arrested on an assault IV charge and transported to and lodged in the MCCF.
Wednesday, July 14 at 12:50 a.m.: The 700 block of North Second Street, a burglary I in a residence was reported.
July 9 at 11:31 p.m.: The intersection of North Pacific Highway and East Lincoln Street, Sixto Gonzalez was arrested for driving while suspended, failure to carry and present a drivers license, giving false information to a police officer, failure to obey a traffic control device and driving uninsured.
Sunday, July 11 at 12:10 a.m.: The intersection of East Cleveland and Marshall streets, Andres Villareal, of Donald, was arrested for driving while suspended and unreasonable sound amplification in a vehicle.
POSSESSION OF A CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE
.Saturday, July 10: The 1600 block of Park Avenue,
Jose Manuel Maldonado was arrested for PCS II, methamphetamine.
Saturday, July 10 at 3:46 a.m.: The 2500 block of Colewood Drive, the unauthorized use of a motor vehicle was reported when a 1996 Honda Civic coupe, valued at $7,000 was reported stolen. It was later recovered with a value of $3,000.
.Thursday, July 15 at 6:29 p.m.: The intersection of North Hayes Street and Smith Drive, Juan Contervas-Velarde was arrested on a Marion County warrant for parole violation. He was transported to and lodged in
June 24 at 5:32 p.m.: The intersection of G Street and Highway 99E. Leonardo Rafael, of Hubbard, was arrested on charges of failure to carry and present, defective lighting, no operator’s license, and driving uninsured. He was transported to the MCCF.
DRIVING WHILE SUSPENDED
Thursday, June 22 at 7:48 p.m.: The intersection of E and Second streets. Jose Alfredo Coria (aka: Rincon), of Salem, was arrested on the charge of driving while suspended.
Monday, June 26 at 2:48 a.m.: The intersection of First and J streets. Imelda Gaspar, of Woodburn, was arrested on the charge of forgery I when officers discovered that she had in her possession two forged social security cards.
GIVING FALSE INFORMATION TO A POLICE OFFICERFriday, June 23 at 7:16 p.m.: The intersection of Highway 99E and G Street. Barnabe Garcia (aka: Antonio), of Molalla, was arrested on the charges of failure to carry/present a drivers license, giving false information to a police officer, no operator’s licensee, driving without vehicle insurance and violation of the basic rule by traveling 44 mph in a 25 mph zone. He was transported to and lodged in the MCCF.
Monday, June 19 at 5:32 p.m.: The 3100 block of Hoodview Drive. A 15-year-old male was arrested on theft II and criminal trespass II charges.WOODBURN POLICE REPORTS
Friday, June 30 at 10:01 p.m.: The 1200 block of McKinley Street. Patricio Vasquez-Alvarado was arrested on a Marion County bench warrant for DUII and giving false information to a police officer. He was transported to the MCCF.
Saturday, July 1 at 11:43 p.m.: The intersection of Settlemier Avenue and Harrison Street. Jose Luis Ramos (aka: Chavez) was arrested on the charge of DUII and recorded a .24 percent breath alcohol content.
DRIVING WHILE SUSPENDED
Tuesday, July 4 at 9:19 a.m.: The 100 block of E. Lincoln Street. Jose DeJesus (aka: Martinez) was arrested on the charge of driving while suspended.
HIT AND RUN
Sunday, July 2 at 5:07 p.m.: On Newberg Highway. A hit and run was reported when a car struck another from behind while it was waiting for traffic to move. The car pulled over, and then ran from the scene.
MINOR IN POSSESSION
Thursday, June 29 at 8:10 p.m.: The 300 block of S. Evergreen Road. Eighteen-year-old Michael Contreras was arrested on charges of minor in possession, no operator’s license and failure to carry/present and operator’s license.
POSSESSION OF A CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE
, July 4 at 1:18 a.m.: The intersection of Hardcastle Avenue and Gatch Street. Ellias Olivarez was arrested on the following charges: PCS II, attempting to elude an officer/vehicle, carrying a concealed weapon; resisting arrest and having an improper exhaust system. He was transported to the MCCF.
PROSTITUTIONFriday, June 30 at 1:59 p.m.: The 400 block of N. Front Street. Pablo Montero (aka: Sierra), of Keizer, was arrested on charges of solicitation of prostitution.
Wednesday, June 28 at 9:54 p.m.: The 600 block of N. Third Street. A theft II was reported when $650 in cash and four checkbood fillers, valued at $15, were reported stolen from a home.
WARRANTSWednesday, June 21 at 1:41 p.m.: The intersection of E. Cleveland and Hawley streets. Jose Rodriguez-Cano was attested on a Marion County warrant for failure to appear on a burglary I indictment and failure to appear on a PCS II charge. He was transported to the MCCF
.Saturday, July 1 at 11:15 a.m.: Leopoldo Rangel-Chavez was arrested on a Marion County warrant on the charge of attempting to elude an office by vehicle. He was transported to the MCCF
unday, July 2 at 4:30 a.m.: The 1200 block of Country Club Road. Josie Jamie Gasca-Rojas was arrested on a Marion County bench warrant for giving false information to a police officer. Gasca-Rojas was transported to the MCCF.
Woodburn, Oregon, everyone agrees, has been taken over by Mexicans in the last 30 years, due to migrant workers who were amnestied and anchor babies and newer illegal aliens. The police have to speak spanish and the Mayor answers to the Mexican Consulate. Elitist Open Borders Professors at local Universities are studying the problem of “whiteness” in Woodburn. This is where white people who are displaced by the invasion of mexicans are upset, are considered to implicitly racist for preferring non-mexicans.
( I wrote about this on my banned blog : www.stoptheinvasionoforegon.blogspot.com which can still be accessed. I have not brought all 600 posts over to this blog)