On April 11, EPD responded to 228 calls for service and made 39 arrests. The average number of calls for service over the last seven days is 250 and the average number of arrests over the last seven days is 28. The number of calls for service on this day last year was 253, and the number of arrests was 24. Over the last three years, the average number of calls for service received on April 11 is 230, and the average number of arrests, 29.
04/11/18 09:59, 1800 BLOCK COLUMBIA ALY
Burglary 1 -1805778
Two female roommates reported a burglary at their duplex. They had found both of their
bedrooms ransacked and jewelry stolen. Officers responded to investigate and identified a suspect, Keith Joseph Randel, age 28, based upon evidence. Randal’s whereabouts were unknown, as he is listed as transient, but he had many contacts from the downtown area. The investigating officer issued an ‘attempt to locate’ and Randel was found at 1 E. Broadway Alley/Oak Alley at 12:39 a.m. April 12. He was charged with Burglary 1.
04/11/18 18:34, 1133 VALLEY RIVER DR
Theft 2, Interfere with Police Officer, Warrant – 1805814
EPD patrol units responded to the area of Toys-R-Us after two people were reported to be shoplifting by an off-duty Springfield Police officer. The off-duty officer kept the two suspects in sight
near Barnes and Noble bookstore. An EPD sergeant arrived first and told the two individuals, to stop. Both the suspects, identified as Tyler Lee Endicott, age 24, of Eugene, and Kristilee Strand, age 32, looked at the sergeant and started to flee on their bicycles. On EPD officer was able to close the gap on Strand, grab her off her bicycle and take her into custody. The off-duty SPD officer ran towards Endicott and was able to catch up and take Endicott off his bike, and then detained him. Strand had a warrant for failure to appear on a criminal mischief charge. She was charged with Interfere with Police Officer, Theft 2, Theft 3. Endicott was charged with Interfere with Police Officer and Theft 2.
04/11/18 13:33, 2840 WILLAMETTE ST
Inhale Toxic Vapors – Case 1805802
An officer was called to Chase Bank regarding a suspicious package. When he got there, he saw a man, later identified as Marc Angel Alvirez, age 27, of Medford, who was unresponsive and who was holding a can in position near his mouth. The officer called for medics, and then was able to get a response from Alvirez. Eugene Springfield Fire EMS responded and Alvirez was checked. Alvirez was advised inhaling toxic vapor in public was illegal in Oregon and the officer offered him a ride to the Greyhound station as Alvirez reported he had plans to leave, however Alvirez declined the ride. The officer was called very shortly after this to a disorderly subject in front of El Super Burrito. He arrived to find Alvirez already detained by another officer. Alvirez was reported to have come into the store and sat down without purchasing anything and then was appearing to be inhaling vapors. Alvirez had exited the store and fallen to the ground and then was detained. He was charged with Inhaling a Toxic Vapor.