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Sunday June 11, 2017 - Times viewed: 9389
There has been a recent legislative change to child safety seat laws. Oregon's previous law only required children to be rear-facing until age 1 or until they weighed twenty pounds. Now, after Governor Kate Brown signed House Bill 3404 into law on May 25, they will be required to stay facing the back of the vehicle until age two as recommended by the American Academy of Pediatrics. "Infants mu ...

Sunday June 11, 2017 - Times viewed: 9372
June 11, 2017 -- On June 11, 2017, just before 2:45am, deputies were conducting field sobriety tests on a suspected impaired driver on westbound Highway 26 near SW Camelot Court. As they were concluding these tests on 23-year-old Yash Desai, of Portland, a vehicle crashed into the back of a deputy's patrol car, causing a chain reaction crash that left four vehicles -- including two patrol cars -- damaged. Fortunately, no one was injured. The driver who caused the crash was identified as 61-year-old Earl Smith, of Portland. All four vehicles had to be towed from the scene. Mr. Desai was arrested for Driving while Under the Influence of Intoxicants ("DUII"). His blood-alcohol content ("BAC") was later determined to be .19, more than twice the legal limit. Mr. Smith was also arrested and charged with DUII, Reckless Driving, Criminal Mischief I and four counts of Reckless Endangering. Tests showed that Mr. Smith also had a .19 BAC. DUII enforcement is a priority for the sheriff's office. Our deputies arrest an average of 1,000 impaired drivers each year. DUII is a 100% preventable crime. The Washington County Sheriff's Office encourages the public to designate a d ...
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Friday June 9, 2017 - Times viewed: 9502
MULTNOMAH COUNTY, Oregon - On Thursday a woman accused of stealing from Kohl's was observed by deputies to get into a vehicle. Deputies pulled in behind the vehicle and attempted to initiate a traffic stop in front of the store. At the same time, another deputy attempted to position their vehicle in front of the suspect to prevent them from leaving. The suspect accelerated forward, striking the front of the deputy's patrol car, causing damage to the patrol car. The suspect then led deputies on a vehicle pursuit through Wood Village and Troutdale. Deputies terminated the pursuit near the Troutdale Airport after the suspect's driving became too dangerous. Several minutes later the suspect was spotted on foot in the 23000 block of NE Marine Drive. A perimeter was established with the assistance of officers from the Fairview and Gresham Police Departments, and MCSO K9 Ranger began searching the area. Approximately one hour later, SUZANNE SELMAN, age 45, was located by Ranger and taken into custody without further incident. SELMAN was lodged at the Multnomah County Detention Center on multiple charges, including Robbery in the First Degree, Felony Elude, and Reckless Dri ...
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Friday June 9, 2017 - Times viewed: 9312
PORTLAND, Oregon - Portland police say that a 17-year-old Portland girl by the name of Effie "Nikki" Shaha-Walberg is missing/endangered. She left her residence unexpectedly on the evening of 06/04/17. She is described as 5'2, 117lbs. She was last seen wearing Grey jeans, Black T-shirt and black shoes. Nikki made contact with a friend in early hours of 06/05/17, She stated she was in the downtown Portland area. It is unknown if she is by herself or with someone. She does not currently have a cell phone or a social media presence. Nikki is in need of medication for a seizure disorder. Police said they don’t know if Nikki is by herself or with someone. She does not have a cellphone and doesn’t use social media. If you have any information regarding the whereabouts of Nikki, please contact the Sherwood Police Department through non-emergency dispatch at 503 629 0111. ...
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Thursday June 8, 2017 - Times viewed: 9339
PORTLAND, Oregon - The man accused of murdering two men and wounding a third on the MAX train was taken from a courtroom on Wednesday by as he shouted that he had acted in self defense. 35-year-old Jeremy Christian had been quiet as he stood inside a glass cell in the courtroom throughout a his appearance then he shouted that he was “not guilty of anything but defending myself against violent aggression by Micah Fletcher," the surviving victim of the attack. Fletcher was in court for the hearing. Christian was charged with murder in the May 26 stabbing deaths of two men who intervened on a commuter train when he shouted religious slurs at two African-American women, one of whom was wearing a Muslim head scarf. Fletcher, who tried to intercede, was also stabbed. ...
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Thursday June 8, 2017 - Times viewed: 9321
Oregonians smoke weed at a higher rate than Washington residents, and have large concentrations of pot shops in the biggest cities—especially Portland. A state economist says strong cannabis sales indicate that Oregon could collect $156 million in marijuana taxes over the next two years—but cautions that supply shortages and the fluctuating cost of weed make those projections "highly uncertain." The Oregon Office of Economic Analysis on Wednesday released its forecast for Oregon's recreational cannabis revenue. In the first year of recreational cannabis sales, Oregon closely tracks Colorado and outpaces the state of Washington when sales are adjusted for population size. The forecast, written by state economist Josh Lehner, lists four reasons for why Oregon has been able to sell marijuana at this rate: Oregonians smoke pot at a higher rate than Washington residents, burden pot with less taxes, sell that cheap weed to Washington consumers, and have large concentrations of pot shops in the biggest cities—especially Portland. Lehner also believes sales are "poised for strong growth," but not quite as strong as Colorado's second and third years. "Oregon's first year clos ...
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Thursday June 8, 2017 - Times viewed: 9205
BEAVERTON, Oregon - On Tuesday at 1:00 p.m. Beaverton Police responded to a report of an attempted kidnapping involving a 16-year-old female. The incident occurred in the 5800 block of SW Erickson Ave. The victim reported that she was walking on SW Erickson Ave toward Sw Allen Blvd when a man passed her on the sidewalk going the opposite direction. The victim then heard someone running toward ...

Thursday June 8, 2017 - Times viewed: 9263
A motorcyclist traveling at a high rate of speed in the wrong lane crashed head-on into a vehicle heading in the opposite direction this evening, killing the motorcyclist and sending the driver of the other vehicle to the hospital. Deputies responded to W. Kappler Rd. near Old Bunker Hill Rd. at 6:48 p.m. this evening upon receiving report of the crash. They arrived to find the motorcyclist, Brandon Brissett, 21, St. Helens, deceased from injuries sustained in the crash. The driver of the other vehicle, Tyson Singlestad, 20, St. Helens, was taken by ambulance to Emanuel Hospital with non-life threatening injuries. Investigators at the scene found evidence indicating the motorcycle was being driven at a very high rate of speed southbound in the northbound lane of W. Kappler Rd. when the motorcycle, a 2013 Suzuki crashed head on into Singlestad's 1996 Honda Civic as it was proceeding northbound in the northbound lane. An Oregon State Police crash reconstructionist assisted deputies in this investigation. Columbia River Fire and Rescue also assisted after their emergency response to the scene. St. Helens Police assisted with the notification of the next of kin for the dece ...
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Thursday June 8, 2017 - Times viewed: 9094
PORTLAND, Oregon - Disaster responders with the American Red Cross Cascades Region responded to a home disaster at approximately 10:00 p.m. Wednesday, June 7, 2017 in the 11000 block of SE Boise Street in Portland, Multnomah County, Ore. The single-family fire affected two adults. The Red Cross provided resources to help address the immediate basic needs of those affected such as temporary ...

Wednesday June 7, 2017 - Times viewed: 9194
June 6, 2017 --- On June 5, 2017, just after 11:15pm, Washington County Sheriff's Deputies were dispatched to a single-vehicle crash at the Gales Creek Bridge, near Forest Grove. The initial investigation revealed that a vehicle was traveling south on B Street towards Highway 47 when it traveled into the oncoming lanes. The driver attempted to steer back into the proper lane when the vehicle s ...

Wednesday June 7, 2017 - Times viewed: 9136
Hillsboro OR - At 1:00 this afternoon Hillsboro Fire Department Station 1 was dispatched to a residential fire on the 1600 block of SE Fire Grove Loop. Additional fire units were soon added to the response as the 9-1-1 dispatcher received additional information from the caller. Upon the arrival of Engine 1 Firefighters found smoke coming from the open door of an attached two car garage. Once i ...

Wednesday June 7, 2017 - Times viewed: 9054
Vancouver, Wash. -- On June 6, 2017, at approximately 2:20 p.m., Vancouver Police responded to a bank robbery at the IQ Credit Union at 15705 NE Fourth Plain Blvd. A male subject, wearing a ski mask ran into the bank carrying a rifle and robbed the bank of an undisclosed amount of money. The suspect fled the bank and was seen getting into a white vehicle. Responding officers saw the white vehicle ...

Monday June 5, 2017 - Times viewed: 9727
On Sunday June 4, more than 1,000 people attended an "alt-right" rally and a large counter-protest, just nine days after two men were stabbed to death on a train. Organised by alt-right activist Joey Gibson, leader of the far-right Patriot Prayer political group, Sunday's event was described as free speech rally for supporters of US President Donald Trump. Several people were arrested during the protest events in Downtown Portland. The three protest events were held in Terry Schrunk Plaza, City Hall, and Chapman Square. 14 arrests were made at a variety of locations due to criminal behavior. 

The intent of law enforcement today was to provide a safe environment for all participants, non-participants, and community members while ensuring the peaceful exercise of the First Amendment. Groups at Portland's City Hall and Terry Schrunk Plaza were largely peaceful, while a group at Chapman Square required significant attention from law enforcement. During the course of police action, in response to a significant amount of projectiles being thrown, less lethal munitions, including "pepper ball" and aerial distraction devices (ADD) were used by police. 

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Monday June 5, 2017 - Times viewed: 9399
On Sunday, 06/04/2017, at approximately 12:00 p.m. Multnomah County Sheriff's Office River Patrol deputies responded to a report a person at Captains Moorage, on NE Bridgeton Rd in Portland, OR, had seen a body in the water of the Columbia River. The body was near one of the boat slips. MCSO River Patrol units arrived in the area a short time later and recovered the body of a deceased adult male f ...

Monday June 5, 2017 - Times viewed: 9229
Just before 9:00pm on June 4, 2017, a deputy with the Clackamas County Sheriff's Office attempted to stop a black, Lexus IS 250, for failure to display license plates. As soon as the deputy initiated the traffic stop, the Lexus failed to pull over and fled the scene. Deputies pursued the vehicle into the City of Portland before terminating the pursuit due to the reckless and dangerous driving of the suspect, out of concern for the safety of the public. After deputies had ended the pursuit and deactivated all emergency lights and sirens, they located the suspect vehicle crashed into a house near the intersection of SE 85th Ave. and SE Market St. in Portland. Deputies arrived at the crash scene and witnessed both occupants of the vehicle fleeing on foot. Both the driver and passenger were quickly apprehended by responding deputies. The driver was identified as 22 year old Ramone Rodarte. The female passenger was identified as 22 year old Sabrina Vasquez. Deputies, along with officers with the Portland Police Bureau, were able to verify that none of the occupants of the house were injured as a result of the crash. Firefighters with Portland Fire and Rescue came to th ...
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Friday June 2, 2017 - Times viewed: 9331
PORTLAND, Oregon - On Wednesday May 31, 2017, Portland Police Bureau Homicide detectives arrested a suspect in a 2015 homicide. A second suspect was already in custody at a federal facility. 31-year-old Gary Lonell Black Jr was arrested on Wednesday afternoon and booked into the Multnomah County Jail on charges of Murder and Felon in Possession of a Firearm. Additionally, Black is being held on a parole violation for Felon in Possession of a Firearm. 25-year-old Cortez Treandre Wade, also indicted for murder, is in federal custody on unrelated charges. This investigation started on April 14, 2015, at 12:18 a.m., when North Precinct officers responded to multiple reports of gunshots heard in the area Northeast Dekum Street and Claremont Avenue. Arriving officers began checking the area, including Woodlawn Park, when a caller reported a person down in a residential parking lot in the 6800 block of Northeast Claremont Avenue. Officers and medical personnel arrived and located the victim, 24-year-old D'Andre Dickerson, and determined that he was deceased after being shot multiple times. Dickerson was a resident of Seattle, Washington. Over the past two years, Ho ...
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Friday June 2, 2017 - Times viewed: 9047
Saturday, June 3rd, is the Rose Festival Starlight Parade. Lines 1 and 7 will operate as usual, be prepared for possible delays and detours leaving downtown Portland. Sunday, June 4th, there is a Rally at Schrunk Plaza (SW 3rd and Madison). Line 1 will detour from SW Salmon leaving Downtown. It will still serve SW Salmon Street. Saturday, June 10th, Rose Festival Grand Floral Parade. Lines ...

Friday June 2, 2017 - Times viewed: 9464
At approximately 10:50 p.m. On Tuesday, May 23, 2017, a PGE employee called the Clackamas County Sheriff's Office to report that a male and female were allegedly on PGE property located on the 33000 block of SE Faraday Rd. in Estacada. The duo were reportedly drinking beer, looking into the powerhouse, and eventually shooting a handgun towards Hwy. 224. Deputies responded to the scene. They arrived in the area and attempted to stop the vehicle -- a Car2Go ride-sharing Mercedes sedan -- as it fled the scene. Deputies pursued. The chase continued for over 16 minutes eastbound on Hwy. 224, heading toward Ripplebrook Ranger Station. ...
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Thursday June 1, 2017 - Times viewed: 9600
Cowlitz County, WA- Firefighters from Cowlitz 2 Fire & Rescue and Longview Fire Department responded to a structure fire Wednesday morning at 4:11 in the 100 block of Yelton Drive. A sleeping resident heard an explosion and saw heavy fire on the side of the house; she then notified her mother to get out of the house and called for help. Fire crews arrived to find multiple cars on the left side of the house on fire and heavy smoke coming from the residence; the adult daughter and her elderly mother were out of the home. The husband was notified at work and later arrived. Firefighters extinguished the fire in 45 minutes and checked for extension into the attic of the single story home. Three fire engines, a brush engine, and an ambulance from American Medical Response (AMR), and two chief officers responded to the fire. Cowlitz County PUD also responded to the incident. The elderly woman was treated and transported by AMR to Peace Health St. John's Medical Center for smoke inhalation. Four family pets (three cats and a dog) perished in the fire. No other injuries were reported. American Red Cross will be supporting the family with food, shelter, and other resources as needed ...
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Thursday June 1, 2017 - Times viewed: 9281
On the morning on May 31, 2017 a frantic female reported to the Douglas County Sheriff's Office that her boyfriend had been shot near the Lawson Bar area of southern Douglas County. Multiple Law Enforcement Agencies responded to the Lawson Bar area and completed an extensive search of the area. During the search an adult male was found deceased from apparent gunshot wounds. The Douglas Cou ...

Thursday June 1, 2017 - Times viewed: 9101
Deputies are continuing to investigate what caused a vehicle to collide with an Amtrak train earlier this evening. The Sheriff's Office has learned that the Amtrak train was southbound from Seattle heading to Eugene with 48 passengers. The area of the collision is a private driveway in 18000 block of Highway 99 E directly west of Blackberry Lane NE near Hubbard. The track speed for the area is 79 miles per hour. One passenger was transported from the train with minor injuries to a local hospital. Deputies will be on scene for the next couple of hours and the train has continued on to its destination. The Sheriff's Office is not prepared to release any information about the driver of the vehicle until family of the deceased can be contacted and notified. That time frame is not yet known. Tonight around 7:11 p.m., deputies with the Marion County Sheriff's Office were called to the area of Balckberry Lane NE and Highway 99 E near Hubbard after a vehicle and an Amtrak train collided. Blackberry Lane is a private lane that intersects with the train tracks and is controlled by a stop sign. It appears the motorists was attempting to cross the tracks when it collided wi ...
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Wednesday May 31, 2017 - Times viewed: 9318
The American Civil Liberties Union of Oregon says that Mayor Ted Wheeler's efforts to keep far-right protesters from holding more rallies in Portland is an unconstitutional violation of the First Amendment. Wheeler this morning announced that he has asked the federal government to revoke permits for a June 4 "free speech" rally in downtown Portland, saying the city was raw and angry in the wake of two slayings on a MAX train Friday. The suspect in the killings is a white supremacist who has attended "alt-right" rallies in Portland. Wheeler's announcement today drew immediate criticism from civil-liberties advocates. Shortly before 2 pm this afternoon, the ACLU of Oregon released its statement, in a series of tweets. "The government cannot revoke or deny a permit based on the viewpoint of the demonstrators," The ACLU said. "Period. "It may be tempting to shut down speech we disagree with," the statement continued, "but once we allow the government to decide what we can say, see, or hear, or who we can gather with, history shows us that the most marginalized will be disproportionately censored and punished for unpopular speech. "We are all free to reject and protest ...
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Wednesday May 31, 2017 - Times viewed: 9051
PORTLAND, Oregon - May 30, 2017 / 02:55 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- Archbishop Alexander K. Sample of Portland, Oregon, urged his followers on Facebook to practice Christ-like actions after a stabbing attack on a commuter train Friday left two people dead. “I ask the faithful in western Oregon and all people to join me in taking some spiritual and practical actions in working towards peace and respect for those who make up this wonderful and diverse community,” Archbishop Sample wrote on Sunday. Jeremy Joseph Christian, a 35-year-old convicted felon, shouted ethnic and religious slurs at two young women on the train, one of whom was described as wearing a Muslim head-covering, according to a statement from the Portland Police Department. When three men attempted to intervene, Christian reportedly stabbed them before leaving the train. Ricky John Best, 53, died at the scene, and Taliesin Myrddin Namkai Meche, 23, died in hospital. Micah David-Cole Fletcher, 21, remains in hospital in Portland with serious but non-life-threatening injuries, according to the police statement. Best was a member of Christ the King parish in Milwaukie, Oregon, according to the Archdiocese of Portland’s ...
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Wednesday May 31, 2017 - Times viewed: 9000
On 5.30.17 at 1841 hours a Clark County Deputy made a traffic stop in the 2300 block of NE Lockwood Creek Rd. The driver was distracted by his cell phone almost hitting the Deputy head on. After initial contact, the vehicle fled the stop and drove down a nearby road towards several rural residences. The Deputy followed the vehicle which continued into a field at which time the driver fled from the ...

Wednesday May 31, 2017 - Times viewed: 9486
GRANTS PASS, Oregon - On May 30th, 2017, at approximately 3:20PM, OSP was dispatched to a motor vehicle crash on SR 260 (Riverbanks Road) near MP 16. A caller reported a crashed vehicle with a person slumped over. OSP Troopers from Grants Pass arrived and found a 2005 Mazda 4-door car that had been traveling westbound on SR 260 when it left the roadway on a sharp left corner. There appeared to be no signs of braking. The vehicle traveled approximately 180 feet through trees and thick brush, making it hard to see from the roadway. As a result of the crash, the driver and single occupant, identified as April Michele OTIS, age 40, from Grants Pass died from her injuries. OTIS was not using a safety belt. OTIS was the subject of a Grants Pass Department of Public Safety call the night before where she had reportedly left her residence in that vehicle while under the influence of medication and alcohol following a domestic disturbance. She was also reportedly making suicidal statements. Otis had been reported missing earlier today after not returning home. ...
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Wednesday May 31, 2017 - Times viewed: 9454
SALEM, Oregon - Two impulse purchases at Portland-area Plaid Pantry stores has led to two $1 million prizes this year for two Plaid Pantry customers. This week, Jason Golding of Portland proved that you don't have to hit the $302 million Powerball jackpot to win life-changing prizes. Golding's story of Plaid Pantry good fortune was similar to Richard Leber's from March. Both men stopped at a P ...

Tuesday May 30, 2017 - Times viewed: 9346
PORTLAND, Oregon - President Donald Trump has condemned the killing in Portland of two men who tried to stop another man from using anti-Muslim speech against two teen girls. A third man was injured in the violence. Trump tweeted a statement saying: “The victims were standing up to hate and intolerance. Our Prayers are w/ them. The violent attacks in Portland on Friday are unacceptable. The victims were standing up to hate and intolerance. Our prayers are w/ them." Police identified the assailant, who was arrested soon after the Friday afternoon attack, as Jeremy Joseph Christian of Portland, a 35-year-old convicted felon. A senior researcher with the Southern Poverty Law Center, in a blog post, said Christian's Facebook page showed he held "some racist and other extremist beliefs." The attack unfolded hours before the start of Ramadan, Islam's holy month, when most of the world's 1.6 billion Muslims observe a daily religious fast. ...
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Tuesday May 30, 2017 - Times viewed: 9069
BORING, Oregon - The Clackamas County Sheriff's Office arrested two suspects after interrupting a burglary at the Clackamas County Bank in Boring. Photos/video are attached. At 8:11 a.m. Monday, May 29, 2017, Sheriff's Office deputies responded to an alarm call at the Clackamas County Bank, 28500 SE Hwy 212 in Boring, unincorporated Clackamas County. Upon arrival, deputies found a male sitting in a car parked in front of the bank. As deputies approached they could hear what sounded like a saw coming from inside the bank. The male in the car started honking the horn when he saw Deputies approaching. Deputies could see that someone had forced entry into the bank, a glass door was broken. While detaining the male who was in the car another male ran out of the broken door of the bank. He was wearing a mask covering his face. As he fled Deputies ordered him to stop and he complied. Both males were taken into custody without incident. Not knowing if there were other suspects in the building Deputies used a robot to search the building. After finding no one else inside they investigated the scene. The suspects had done a substantial amount of damage to the back of the ...
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Tuesday May 30, 2017 - Times viewed: 9067
TOLEDO, Oregon - On May 28, 2017, at approximately 10:14 am, the Lincoln County Sheriff's Office was dispatched on the report of a burglary in progress. The report was said to be occurring in the area of E. Thissell Road in Tidewater, Oregon. The caller reported to dispatch that they had interrupted a male subject rummaging through their barn on the property. The male subject was reported to be wearing a ski mask and dark clothing. The caller called 911 and initiated police response. The husband of the caller was able to follow the male on a 4-wheeler as he ran off the property. The suspect was reported to be carrying bags of stolen property. The suspect was followed down the road and into a nearby field. Deputy Carter responded to the area where he was met by two witnesses. The witnesses pointed out where they had last seen the male running and Deputy Carter found the suspect attempting to hide in the nearby brush. The suspect was taken into custody without incident. He was identified as 42 year old Brandon Allen Lyons of Toledo, OR. The investigation reveled that Mr. Lyons had unlawfully entered the shop, an RV and two other cargo trailers on the victim's property. He had ...
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Tuesday May 30, 2017 - Times viewed: 8978
WELCHES, Oregon - Fire fighters are working on a structure fire in the 66000 block of E Crystal Creek Road in Welches, Oregon. The Fire district was dispatched at 2:15 this morning, on arrival found flames and smoke coming from the house. The house is located in a rural area without fire hydrants and assistance came from Sandy and Clackamas Fire Districts. The cause of the fire is still under investigation. ...
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