Saturday, February 8
A painful pour
Corvallis police contacted two males, 18 and 19, in the middle of the intersection of 21st Street and Tyler Avenue. One of them was allegedly holding a half-gallon of vodka that was approximately three-quarters full. All of the alcohol was poured out and both males received citations for minor-in-possession of alcohol.
Monday, February 10
What people do for books
An employee of The Book Bin on Fourth Street contacted Corvallis police about a fraudulent check. The manager stated a week before that Megan Loucks, 29, allegedly used a Bluebird check to pay for $42.55 worth of goods. An employee the day of the purchase verified her identity through the woman’s driver’s license, however, the check later came back as bad. Police found Loucks and arrested her for negotiating a bad check and theft III.
Tuesday, February 11
An unfortunate end
Corvallis police received a call from a saddened woman about the death of her chickens and rooster. She stated her nephew had been renting out the house, but was gone for a few days. When he came back, all the chickens and roosters were deceased in the yard. She expects they were killed because of someone’s previous noise complaint against the chickens.