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Thursday May 11, 2017 - Times viewed: 8999
PORTLAND, Oregon - On Wednesday at 7:03 p.m., police received a report that a man in his 20s was threatening people on the TriMet Flavel Street Transit Station. Police found and chased the suspect on foot, onto a bridge over Johnson Creek on the north side of Flavel Street. A police officer then shot the suspect. Police say they gave aid until paramedics arrived but paramedics found the man had ...

Thursday May 11, 2017 - Times viewed: 9024
PORTLAND, Oregon - 30-year-old Jared Weston Walter was arrested Wedneday night after cutting a women's hair on a TriMet bus. 9-1-1 callers reported seeing him in the area of Southeast 82nd Avenue and Holgate Boulevard. At 7:52 p.m., officers located him in the 4300 block of Southeast 89th Avenue and took him into custody after alert community members chased him in the neighborhood. Walter was booked into the Multnomah County Jail on charges of Harassment (two counts) and Interfering with Public Transportation (two counts). Walter will be arraigned on Thursday. ...
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Thursday May 11, 2017 - Times viewed: 8997
PORTLAND, Oregon - Today, Thursday May 11, 2017, at 8:02 a.m., East Precinct officers responded to the area of Southeast 60th Avenue and Nehalem Street on the report that a white pit bull was jumping at the door of a neighborhood residence after earlier chasing a woman who had to jump onto a truck to get away from the dog. As officers were responding to the call additional information was received that the dog had attacked and bitten two people. As an officer arrived at the scene, the dog was attacking children at a bus stop and was biting a woman who was protecting her nine-year-old son and other children. As the officer approached the dog, it let go of the woman's leg and charged at the officer who fired a single shot striking and injuring the dog. A male that was bitten on the shin by the dog was treated by medical personnel at the scene. The woman and her son did not suffer any injuries. Multnomah County Animal Services responded and took custody of the dog. Youth Services Division School Resource Officers are going to visit nearby Whitman Elementary School to check in with students who were waiting for the bus during this incident. Anyone with information a ...
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Thursday May 11, 2017 - Times viewed: 9036
This is a special bonus Science on Tap event! Why does the universe have a speed limit? What (or who) is attacking Earth with tiny, super-fast particles? What exactly is Dark Matter? And for that matter... What is matter? PHD Comics' Jorge Cham and particle physicist Daniel Whiteson are experts at explaining things. In their book, We Have No Idea: A Guide to the Unknown Universe, Cham & Whiteson explore why a vast portion of our universe is still a mystery, and what a lot of smart people are doing to understand it. Armed with their popular infographics, cartoons, and highly entertaining and lucid explanations of science, Cham and Whiteson explore some of the biggest holes in our cosmic knowledge. We Have No Idea features over 400 incredible, original illustrations, that illuminate everything from quarks and neutrinos to gravitational waves and exploding black holes. It's the perfect book for anyone who is curious about big, universe-sized questions. At this Science on Tap, they will introduce their new book and will invite us to see the universe as an exciting expanse of mostly uncharted territory that's still ours to explore. Books will be available for sale and signin ...
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Wednesday May 10, 2017 - Times viewed: 9405
On May 9, 2017 at about 2 PM a westbound Isuzu box truck was turning left when it crossed the centerline and entered into the eastbound lane. Traveling eastbound was a loaded chip truck. The driver of the chip truck attempted to avoid the collision but the two commercial motor vehicles collided striking driver side headlight to driver side headlight. After the collision, the chip truck hit the embankment and crossed the westbound lanes. The chip truck traveled down another steep embankment and came to rest. The driver of the box truck died at the scene and the driver of the chip truck was taken to a Portland hospital, via ground ambulance, in stable condition. The names of the drivers have not yet been released pending notification to families. ...
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Wednesday May 10, 2017 - Times viewed: 9278
Before summer arrives, create a circle of safety around your home to protect it from wildfire. May is Oregon Wildfire Awareness Month. All month long the Oregon Department of Forestry, Keep Oregon Green Association, the Oregon Office of State Fire Marshal and fire educators statewide are spreading the word on ways to prevent human-caused wildfires, as well as how to protect a home in case a fire encroaches. "In a large fire event, firefighters may not have the resources to defend every house. Just as you lock the doors to keep your home and family safe, think of creating a fuel-free defensible space. This 'circle of safety,' around your home can reduce fire danger and provide safe access to firefighters so they can protect it," said Kristin Babbs, president of Keep Oregon Green. The main culprits are a wildfire's hot embers. They can waft through the air a mile or more ahead of the actual flame front. When these embers land, in a matter of minutes they can ignite leaves and needles accumulated on roofs or rain gutters or cause flammable landscape plants to begin burning. In some instances, house fires start after embers on the roof and in gutters have smoldered without smok ...
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Wednesday May 10, 2017 - Times viewed: 9208
PORTLAND, Oregon - On Tuesday, an emergency was declared at the Hanford Nuclear site in Washington after a tunnel that collapsed containing rail cars full of nuclear waste. The former nuclear production site was locked down at 8:30 a.m. Tuesday after a inspection revealed that soil had collapsed over a portion a 20-foot-long section of the tunnel. It was storing contaminated railcars. There was no contamination or injuries reported at the site. Emergency workers said they would continue to monitor the area as a crew prepared to fill the hole with clean soil, energy officials said. “The incident is moving from the emergency phase towards the recovery phase. The workforce has safely left the site, other than personnel essential to the recovery plan,” the DOE said in a statement late Tuesday. “After extensive testing the site remains confident at this point that there has been no indication of worker exposure or an airborne radiological release.” Non-essential workers, who were initially advised to stay in place, have been released, but some workers were advised not to report for graveyard shift on Tuesday night. ...
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Wednesday May 10, 2017 - Times viewed: 9373
SALEM, Oregon - Senator Ron Wyde said FBI Director James Comey should be immediately called to testify about the status of the Russia investigation. Both of Oregon's U.S. senators were extremely critical of President Donald Trump decision to fire FBI director James Comey Tuesday. Comey was conducting an investigation into the president's associates' ties with Russia. Ron Wyden said Trump's decision was "outrageous. and that Comey should be immediately called to testify about the status of the Russia investigation. "At this point, no one in Trump’s chain of command can be trusted to carry out an impartial investigation," Wyden said. Senator Jeff Merkley also criticized Trump. "Trump’s explanation for firing Comey is as phony as a three-dollar bill," the Democrat said. "Trump’s pattern of firing people who are investigating him is downright Nixonian, and Members of Congress of both parties should treat it with the same gravity that our predecessors did during Watergate.” ...
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Tuesday May 9, 2017 - Times viewed: 9325
On May 7, 2017 at about 11:26am, the Clackamas County Sheriff's Office was notified about a possible fall that occurred on Mt. Hood, near the Hogsback climbing area. Callers were reporting that a male had suffered severe injuries after sliding approximately 600 feet down steep terrain. He later died. The victim has been identified as John Thorton Jenkins, 32 years old, from Seattle WA. According the the Medical Examiners Office, Mr. Jenkins' family has been notified of his death. Deputies with the Clackamas County Sheriff's Office Search and Rescue Team responded to the scene, and with the assistance of the Mt. Hood Ski Patrol and Portland Mountain Rescue, located the patient. The patient, a 32 year old male from Seattle, received medical treatment at the scene. Due to the extent of the injuries sustained, the decision was made to transport the patient by air-ambulance. The patient was subsequently airlifted by the Oregon Air National Guard to a Portland-area hospital. The patient was pronounced deceased at the hospital. ...
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Tuesday May 9, 2017 - Times viewed: 9433
HAPPY VALLEY, Oregon - On Monday evening at about 6:45 PM, Clackamas County Deputies were sent to investigate a theft of vehicle in the Walmart parking lot at 10000 SE 82nd Ave, in Happy Valley. Citizens had confronted a man who was believed to be the suspect. There was a fight and the suspect was knocked to the ground. A witness informed the Deputy that the suspect was bragging about getting ...

Tuesday May 9, 2017 - Times viewed: 9318
PORTLAND, Oregon - On Monday evening, police responded to two different reports of stabbings in Old Town. The first incident was reported at 10:25 p.m., when Central Precinct officers responded to the report of a person stabbed at the Pacific Tower Apartments, located at 333 Northwest 4th Avenue. Officers and medical personnel arrived and located a male adult victim suffering from multiple stab wounds. He has been transported to a Portland hospital with traumatic injuries. At this point in the investigation, there is no suspect information. The second incident was reported at 10:37 p.m., when Central Precinct officers responded to the report of a stabbing at 10 Northwest Naito Parkway. Officers and medical personnel arrived and located an uncooperative male adult victim suffering from a non-life-threatening injury. Medical personnel are treating the victim at the scene. A person of interest was located in the area and detained for additional investigation. There is no apparent connection to the earlier stabbing. Anyone with information about these incidents should call the Police Non-Emergency Line at 503-823-3333. ...
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Tuesday May 9, 2017 - Times viewed: 9342
PORTLAND, Oregon - The 2017 Portland Police Bureau Memorial Service will be held today, Tuesday May 9, at 12:00 p.m. at the Portland Police Memorial, located in Waterfront Park, just South of the Hawthorne Bridge. The memorial service will feature speakers, a 21-gun salute, a water display from Portland Fire & Rescue, a riderless horse by the Portland Police Bureau's Mounted Patrol Unit, and other ceremonial activities. 

Following the memorial service, there will be a reception in the park with light refreshments. 

In 1962, President John F. Kennedy proclaimed May 15 as National Peace Officers Memorial Day and the calendar week in which May 15 falls, as National Police Week. Established by a joint resolution of Congress in 1962, National Police Week pays special recognition to those law enforcement officers who have lost their lives in the line of duty for the safety and protection of others. 

The Portland Police Memorial was built through the efforts of the Portland Police Historical Society and was dedicated during National Police Week in May 1993 by President George H.W. Bush. 

Since 1870, 29 Portland Police officers have been kill ...
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Tuesday May 9, 2017 - Times viewed: 9310
Oregon Heritage, a division of Oregon Parks and Recreation Department, awarded 27 matching grants worth $2,355,700 to Oregon Main Street Network organizations across the state for building projects that encourage economic revitalization. Projects range from façade improvement to elevator access and seismic upgrades and awards range from $17,500-$100,000. The department funded projects that best conveyed the ability to stimulate private investment and local economic development, and best fit within the community's long range plan for downtown vitality. Funded projects include: Klamath Falls Downtown Association will receive $100,000 to install elevators in two downtown buildings. The project will address the goal of downtown housing and make available 20 units. Astoria Downtown Historic District Association will receive $100,000 for a downtown housing project that comprises 40 units and retail space. Housing is a proven need in this community and people living in downtowns support other downtown businesses. A $100,000 project in Burns will restore a historic hotel left vacant for decades. A $100,000project in Independence will rehabilitate an underused building to be ...
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Monday May 8, 2017 - Times viewed: 9797
CLACKAMAS, Oregon -- Oregon Army National Guard Brig. Gen. Steven R. Beach retired after 33 years of military service in a ceremony, May 6, 2017, at the 41st Infantry Division Armed Forces Reserve Center at Camp Withycombe in Clackamas, Oregon. Beach most recently served as the Assistant Adjutant General -- Army. In this role, he was responsible for synchronizing, coordinating and directing the Oregon National Guard's Army and Joint enterprise functions in support of the strategic plan, vision and guidance of the governor and the adjutant general. He ensured that the organization fulfilled its assigned missions and priorities, while adhering to all statutory, regulatory and policy requirements. He made strategic contributions with his work on the Oregon National Guard's Strategic Direction, the State Partnership Program, as well as his passion to preserve organizational history with the Oregon Military Museum. Beach was presented with a letter from Governor Kate Brown on the occasion of his retirement, "In your years of service you have brought proficiency and expertise to challenging assignments and have been a tremendous asset to the Guard," the letter read. "Your presenc ...
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Monday May 8, 2017 - Times viewed: 9209
On Saturday May 6, 2017, at 8:09 p.m., North Precinct and Gang Enforcement Team officers responded to the report of gunfire on Northeast Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard near Dekum Street. Officers arrived in the area and spoke to witnesses who described a person with a gun running eastbound on Dekum Street from MLK. The person with the gun is described as a Black male in his 30s, 5'9" to 6'01 ...

Friday May 5, 2017 - Times viewed: 9593
MEDFORD, Oregon - Police received a 911 call about a shooting in the 4600 block of Eagle Trace Drive in Medford at about 9 p.m. on Wednesday. 53-year-old Charles Bradford Curtis from Albuquerque was visiting a couple at the Eagle Trace Drive home. On Wednesday evening, the male resident arrived home to find his girlfriend and Curtis naked in a hot tub. Upon arrival, police found the 58-year-old homeowner Daniel Joseph Daly had been shot in his upper body. The wound was serious but not life threatening. Police arrested 53-year-old Charles Bradford Curtis from Albuquerque, New Mexico. He did not live at the residence, but was visiting the couple who lived there. Police say the victim (homeowner Daly) who is also the long-time boyfriend of the naked girl in the hot tub) told Curtis to leave. But Curtis was still naked and apparently refused to leave. Police say that during this verbal dispute, Curtis shot Daly. Curtis, who was naked in the hot tub is the one who is accused of shooting Daly. Police believe alcohol was a factor in the dispute and shooting. A handgun was recovered on scene. As of this morning, Daly remains in the hospital with serious but not life-threaten ...
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Friday May 5, 2017 - Times viewed: 9359
PORTLAND, Oregon - This morning around 4 AM, a pedestrian was hit by a driver on Southeast 82nd Avenue, just south of Flavel Street. The driver left the scene. The pedestrian involved in this crash has died at a Portland hospital. Officers and medical personnel arrived in the area and found a male suffering from traumatic injuries lying on the sidewalk. The victim has been transported by ambulance to a Portland hospital for treatment to life-threatening injuries. Preliminary information indicates that the suspect driver was in a small red sedan and continued to drive southbound on 82nd Avenue after striking the pedestrian. Southeast 82nd Avenue is closed in both directions from Flavel to Malden Streets. The Traffic Division's Major Crash Team is responding to conduct an investigation into the crash. Anyone with information about the suspect driver or vehicle is asked to call 9-1-1. ...
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Thursday May 4, 2017 - Times viewed: 9370
SALEM, Oregon - Oregon will press on with its efforts to provide retirement plans to private-sector employees who lack those benefits at work, despite pending legislation from Congress. In a 50-49 vote, the U.S. Senate on Wednesday repealed Labor Department rules from the Obama administration that would have made it easier for states to offer retirement plans for workers who who don't have them. The House previously approved similar legislation. Five states — California, Connecticut, Illinois, Maryland and Oregon — already have approved programs that would automatically enroll workers without employer-sponsored retirement plans into individual retirement accounts. Oregon "will continue to move forward with our pilot program that is launching on July 1 this year. The need to address the oncoming retirement crisis is too great," said Oregon Treasurer Tobias Read in a statement. Trade groups from the financial services industry supported the measure while consumer advocates worried that it will be harder to h ...
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Thursday May 4, 2017 - Times viewed: 9821
TIGARD, Oregon- 60-year-old Mario Mendez Ruiz from Hillsboro was charged by a Washington County Grand Jury on April 21, 2017, for crimes related to the sexual abuse of a child. Ruiz is currently employed by the Tigard-Tualatin School District as a school bus driver for special needs children. Ruiz has been on paid administrative leave since the district learned of the allegations. Earlier this month, a female student revealed to school officials that she had been sexually abused by Ruiz while riding on a school bus. The occurrences began in late March. Upon learning, school officials immediately contacted Tigard Police who then met with the victim and the parent. An investigation ensued which included contacting the other students who also were driven to school by Ruiz. Law enforcement is unaware of any additional victims. The incidents reportedly occurred after all the students were unloaded from a school bus except the victim. The investigation revealed on two occasions, Ruiz deviated his route and drove the bus to a nearby neighborhood and parked. Once the bus stopped, Ruiz would then take a seat next to the student and the sexual abuse would occur. On one occasion, Ruiz ...
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Thursday May 4, 2017 - Times viewed: 9303
PORTLAND, Oregon - Sixteen volunteers from the City of Portland and nine from Wells Fargo descended on a small house in N.E. Portland last Saturday, April 29, completely transforming the property for the permanently disabled senior citizen who lives there. The homeowner looked on in amazement as the hard-working volunteers cleaned out all the garbage and debris that had filled the backyard, mowed the overgrown lawn, painted the house interior and exterior, weeded, spread bark dust, cleaned and completed a few miscellaneous projects to make the house safer. The renovation was organized by the nonprofit Rebuilding Together Portland, which Wells Fargo supported this year with a $15,000 grant. The workers were among 1,200 volunteers who improved 36 homes and three nonprofit facilities in the Portland metro area last Saturday through Rebuilding Together's annual, one-day, mass cleanup. "This is the first project I've been a part of where we came in the morning and the house looks one way. And when we leave, the house looks completely different," said Wells Fargo volunteer David Anderson. "It's amazing to see the transformation." Serving Oregonians since 1852, Wells F ...
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Thursday May 4, 2017 - Times viewed: 9287
Portland, Ore., - Union Gospel Mission will be hosting a Tea Party and Fashion Show to benefit the women and children in the Mission's LifeChange program. The LifeChange program helps women and children overcome homelessness, addiction and abuse. The Tea Party and Fashion show takes place on Saturday, May 20 at 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon at Embassy Suites Washington Square, 9000 Washington Square Road in Tigard. KPDQ radio's Georgene Rice will be the emcee and the fashion show will feature clothing from Union Gospel Mission's thrift store, which is located in Tigard. The store serves a job training location for men and women in the Mission's LifeChange recovery program and revenue from the store supports the LifeChange recovery program. The fashions from the store will be modeled by West Linn High School students who are representatives for Kelly Mooney Photography, and have posed for pictures to promote the fashions and the event. One volunteer and two residents from the women's LifeChange program will also participate in the fashion show. The Tea Party and Fashion show is free, but guests will be asked to make a donation in support of the women and children's LifeChange ...
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Wednesday May 3, 2017 - Times viewed: 9421

FOREST GROVE, Ore. (KPTV) -- The Oregon Court of Appeals has reversed the conviction of a woman who hit and killed two girls playing in a pile of leaves in Forest Grove in 2013.

In a decision filed Wednesday, the appeals court ruled the trial court "erred" in denying a motion for acquittal for Cinthya Garcia-Cisneros.

jury convicted Garcia-Cisneros on two counts of failure to perform the duties of a driver to injured persons in January 2014.

Garcia-Cisneros was sentenced to probation and community service, but no time in prison.

Garcia-Cisneros was arrested in October 2013 in connection with the deaths of 11-year-old Abigail Robinson and 6-year-old Anna Dieter-Eckerdt.

Garcia-Cisneros drove her boyfriend's SUV through a leaf pile on Main Street in Forest Grove and felt a "bump," according to court documents.

Garcia-Cisneros, then 18 years old, told investigators it felt like a pothole and passengers in the car assumed it was a log or a rock.

After arriving home a few blocks away, they looked at the front of the SUV ...

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Wednesday May 3, 2017 - Times viewed: 9515
PORTLAND, Oregon - On Tuesday May 2, 2017, at 8:56 p.m., a Traffic Division Motorcycle Officer reported that he'd been involved in a traffic crash on Southeast McLoughlin Boulevard, just north of Holgate Boulevard. The officer was treated and released from a Portland hospital. Central Precinct and Traffic Division officers responded to the scene, as well as medical personnel. The officer was alert and conscious at the scene and initial information indicates that he did not suffer any serious injuries. The officer has been transported by ambulance to a Portland hospital for treatment. The other involved driver remained at the scene and the cause of the crash is under investigation. Based on observations by officers at the scene, the other driver has been taken into custody on suspicion of impaired driving. Preliminary information indicates that the officer was stopped in the left turn lane of McLoughlin Boulevard to turn into Ross Island Sand and Gravel when the other driver crashed into the rear of the motorcycle, knocking the officer and bike onto the pavement. 62-year-old Robert John Kaleta was booked into the Multnomah County Jail on charges of Driving Under ...
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Wednesday May 3, 2017 - Times viewed: 9443
PORTLAND, Ore. --On Saturday, May 6th, Safe Kids Portland Metro (lead organization AMR) and the Oregon Zoo will host the 19th annual Safe Kids Day. The theme, "Celebrate Kids, Prevent Injuries, Save Lives," will focus on raising awareness and taking simple steps, like wearing bike helmets, life jackets and seat belts, to prevent children from injuries. The event runs from 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. and i ...

Tuesday May 2, 2017 - Times viewed: 9524
NEWPORT, Oregon - After receiving a report of a cat in a tree holding an assault rifle, the Newport Oregon Police Department attended the scene, and, after ascertaining that the gun was actually a stick, they issued a "verbal warning" to the offending cat. "Reports of an armed cat this morning were unfounded," police said. "The feline was contacted by our canine and was determined to be in possession of a non-lethal branch." The officers ended the tongue-in-cheek post by stating the cat had been apprehended and charged with several offenses. "The cat was given a verbal warning for posing with what could be mistaken as an assault rifle while wearing poor camouflage attire," police said. ...
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Tuesday May 2, 2017 - Times viewed: 9402
VANCOURVER, Washington - On Monday, April 22, 2017, a young man entered the women's locker room at the Firstenburg Community Center located at 700 NE 136th Ave.. He then pulled a towel off a women who was changing her clothes and ran away on foot. The victim reported that she believed he had a cell phone in his hand when he was inside the locker room. Surveillance cameras captured an image of the suspect who fled out the back side door of the community center. Vancouver Police described the suspect as an Asian male, 18-20, short orange-colored hair with long swoopy bangs, last seen wearing a black sweatshirt. Anyone with information on the identity of the suspect is asked to call the Vancouver Police Department Tip Line at (360) 487-7399. ...
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Tuesday May 2, 2017 - Times viewed: 9580
On Monday May 1, 2017, 25 people were arrested after a permitted May Day rally and march devolved into a riot after dozens of suspects committed numerous criminal acts including disorderly conduct, riot, arson, criminal mischief (vandalism), theft, and assault. 

Prior to the permitted march beginning, officers took possession of numerous sticks, poles, and homemade shields from participants arriving at Shemanski Park in Southwest Portland. 

Early in the march, which was scheduled to travel through Downtown Portland and return to Shemanksi Park, rocks and projectiles were being launched at police officers and paramedics, including a full Pepsi can that struck a Portland Fire & Rescue paramedic assigned to assist the Portland Police Bureau's Rapid Response Team (RRT). 

Shortly after that, the situation devolved into a full-scale riot with random acts of vandalism to Downtown businesses, cars, and public and private property. Various fires were set in the street and in garbage cans, a police car was spray-painted and vandalized, and there were attempts to set at least one business on fire. Numerous projectiles were thrown at or launched at police a ...
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Monday May 1, 2017 - Times viewed: 9502
Last April, Justin Samora and Cody Plagmann were arrested after beheading two bighorn sheep near Interstate 84 in Oregon. The two were caught in the act by motorists and, once police arrived at the scene, they found one man inside of a vehicle while the other hid in the brush down the road. As goHUNT previously reported, officers found the severed heads of two bighorn sheep rams; their bodies discarded and left to waste. Troopers believed Samora and Plagmann only wanted the heads for trophy mounts. Both men were arrested immediately. Last week, both men pleaded guilty to unlawful possession of bighorn sheep. Plagmann, the ringleader of the operation, must serve 40 days in jail; both men were sentenced to a year of probation and lose hunting privileges for three years, must complete 40 to 80 hours of community service and pay fines ranging from $1,500 to $2,000, The Oregonian reports. Yet, because Oregon recently increased penalties for a number of different species in an attempt to curb poaching and illegal hunting activities, it’s possible that Plagmann and Samora will have to pay another $25,000 in restitution for their crimes. A judge in Gilliam County is still deciding whet ...
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Monday May 1, 2017 - Times viewed: 9262
Oregon National Guard Soldiers greet fans in front of Autzen Stadium where military equipment was on display for the University of Oregon's Spring Game, April 29, 2017, in Eugene, Oregon. Veterans from every branch of service participated in Military Appreciation Day activities during the game. (Photo by Sgt. 1st Class April Davis, Oregon Military Department Public Affairs) 170429-Z-OT568-010: Oregon Army National Guard Sgt. 1st Class Amber LaPerle sings the National Anthem to begin the University of Oregon's Spring Game, April 29, 2017, in Eugene, Oregon. Veterans from every branch of service participated in Military Appreciation Day activities during the game. (Photo by Sgt. 1st Class April Davis, Oregon Military Department Public Affairs) 170429-Z-OT568-033: Oregon National Guard Soldiers perform a flag folding ceremony in honor of missing and fallen service members during half time at the University of Oregon Spring Game, April 29, 2017, at Autzen Stadium in Eugene, Oregon. Members of the Oregon National Guard, along with Veterans from every branch of service, participated in Military Appreciation Day activities during the game. (Photo by Sgt. 1st Class April Davis, Ore ...
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Monday May 1, 2017 - Times viewed: 9327
Volunteers from Prevent Coalition, Unite! Washougal, Fort Vancouver High School, and Officers from Vancouver Police Department at the PeaceHealth Memorial Take Back SiteOver 1,000 Clark and Skamania County residents dropped off their unused and unwanted medications with local law enforcement officers and volunteers on Saturday, April 29th. The medicine disposal event was held at four locations throughout Clark and Skamania counties where a steady stream of cars waited to hand over prescription and other medications. Cascade Park Kaiser Permanente was the busiest ...


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