Multi-Agency Sweep Leads To Multiple Arrests

Multiple Arrests

On September 16th and 17th, 2015, Newport Police Officers partnered with local law enforcement agencies and the U.S. Marshals Task Force to conduct a multi-law enforcement agency warrant sweep operation. The operation focused on the execution of outstanding felony arrest warrants, and the investigation of sex offender compliance, to include violations of the Adam Walsh Act. Other potential targets during this sweep included the Newport Police Department’s and Lincoln County’s “Most Wanted”.

During the two-day operation, 23 arrests were made by participating members, and 186 Sex Offender Registration Compliance Checks were completed. Officers effected forced entries into two separate residences where wanted subjects were hiding from law enforcement. During one arrest, a subject was identified as being wanted and led officers on a short foot pursuit that resulted in the suspects’ capture.

Multiple Arrests were made during the operation, including the following individuals:

Todd James Spencer, 25, of Otis, Oregon
Tara June Smith, 33, of Otis, Oregon
Ethan Noblin, 26, of Otis, Oregon
Jeffery Cottam, 25, of Otis, Oregon
Shelbi Renelle Smith, 24, of Otis, Oregon
Sarah Dauenhauer, 27, of Siletz, Oregon
Louis Izzo, 41, of Newport, Oregon
Raven Hatfield, 20, of Siletz, Oregon
Benjamin Palm, 36, of Newport, Oregon (Forced Entry arrest)
Shawn Garafalo, 25, of Siletz, Oregon
Israel Bynum, 37, of Siletz, Oregon
Jesse Ramsey, 35, of Siletz, Oregon (Forced Entry arrest)
Valerie Daugherty, 47, of Newport, Oregon
David Goodwin, 46, of Newport, Oregon
Jonathan Rilatos, 54, of Siletz, Oregon
Jose Rodriguez-Aguilar, 26, of Siletz, Oregon
Camden Flock, 27, of Siletz, Oregon (Foot Pursuit arrest)
Chistopher Phipps, 24, of Siletz, Oregon
Nicholas Borden, 25, of Siletz, Oregon
Joshua Hoff, 23, of Siletz, Oregon

The U.S. Marshal Service will continue to follow-up with some of the Sex Offender registrations, with the possibility of Charges being pursued under the Adam Walsh Act. (The Adam Walsh Child Protection and Safety Act is a federal statute.)  This was the third consecutive of this type of multi-agency operation. It continues to be successful each year. Agencies: U.S. Marshals Service, Newport Police Department, Lincoln City Police, Oregon State Police, Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office, and Parole/Probation.

Information provided by Newport Police