Rodriguez, Ontario city councilor, has new contacts with police over disputes, records show

Ontario City Councilor Freddy Rodriguez, left, attends a recent forum by Community in Action and the city of Ontario discussing the outcomes and next steps for the winter shelter program. (Kezia Setyawan/The Enterprise)

ONTARIO - Ontario City Councilor Alfredo “Freddy” Rodriguez has been involved in five local police cases in the month since he and an ex-girlfriend obtained restraining orders against each other, according to police reports.

In two cases, he got into disputes with local residents and in another he turned a laptop computer over to police after an officer responded to a theft report.

In another two instances, Rodriguez complained to police about vehicles parked near his house. Police took no action in those cases.

The reports were obtained from the Ontario Police Department and the Malheur County Sheriff’s Office through . . .