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Tuesday April 19, 2011 - Times viewed: 7819
Sunday morning just passed 11, Washington Co. Sheriff's deputies responded to an injury crash at the intersection of SW Roy Rogers Road and SW Scholls Ferry Road in the Bull Mountain area of unincorporated Washington County. Deputies arrived and found a 19-year-old female from Sherwood, bleeding from cuts she sustained in the crash. She told them that she was run off the road by another vehicle, her car flipped over, and she had to crawl out of the crushed windshield to get out of her car. They told deputies that the other driver left the scene of the crash without stopping. Deputies spoke to the victim and other witnesses, and determined that the victim had been stopped at the red light from westbound SW Scholls Ferry Road waiting for the left turn light onto SW Roy Rogers Road. There was an Infinity sedan next to her in the adjacent left turn lane. She said the car had been tailgating her prior to stopping at the light. The lane the suspect vehicle was in quickly ends after the turn. Once the light turned green, the suspect quickly accelerated, and tried to pull ahead of the victim. In doing so, he struck the passenger side of the victim's Ford Explorer and forced her off ...
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Tuesday April 19, 2011 - Times viewed: 7912
Early this morning, the Portland Police Bureau's Special Emergency Reaction Team (SERT) served a search warrant at a residence in the 1000 block of Northeast 110th Avenue. While inside the residence, the officers discovered a methamphetamine lab. Five people have been detained at this point as officers from the Drugs and Vice Division begin processing the lab and and collecting evidence. The search warrant is related to a Gun Task Force investigation. Additional details will be released as they become available. ...
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Tuesday April 19, 2011 - Times viewed: 8006
At 10:15 p.m. April 18, 2011, the Traffic Division Major Crash Team responded to a fatal crash involving a motorcycle. No other vehicles were involved. The crash occurred on Southeast Foster Road near Southeast 90th Avenue. The rider rode his motorcycle eastbound on Southeast Foster. It appeared he struck the south side curb just east of Southeast 89th Avenue. Southeast Foster Road curves to the right at this location. The motorcycle rider continued straight across the traffic lanes and struck the left north side curb and drove over the curb and grassy median at this location. The rider struck a metal sign post as he continued eastbound across the grassy median. He came to rest in the parking lot of a business located in the 9000 block of Southeast Foster Road. Medical personnel arrived on scene and pronounced the 28-year-old male motorcycle rider deceased. It is unknown at this time if alcohol was a factor in the cause of this crash, however, speed is believed to be a contributing factor. Traffic investigators will continue to investigate the crash. ...
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Monday April 18, 2011 - Times viewed: 8074
At approx. 5:08pm, a citizen reported a male subject hiding behind a tree in the park who appeared to be watching their family. The citizen moved to where they could see what the male was doing and saw that he was masturbating. The citizen became frightened and quickly got their family moving towards their car while also calling the police on their cell phone. The male, later identified as (S) Davidson, ran away, heading towards the Willamette River, which the park butts up against. Responding Officers started an area check for the suspect. Within a short time, an Officer located (S) Davidson, who was now outside the park fence near the river. (S) Davidson was looking through the fence to where a group of children were. As the Officers got closer, (S) Davidson was observed to be masturbating. Upon being contacted, (S) Davidson ran and jumped into the Willamette River. After a few minutes of being in the river, (S) Davidson came out of the river at the direction of Officers and was taken into custody without further incident. (S) Davidson was found to have been released from prison only four days ago, where he had been incarcerated for similar sex offenses. (S) Davidson' ...
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Monday April 18, 2011 - Times viewed: 7728
Portland Police detectives continue to investigate the circumstances of this afternoons shooting at Northeast 11th and Multnomah. The victim, a 14-year-old male, is in critical condition at an area hospital with life-threatening gunshot wounds. Initial information to police was that several shots were fired in the area of Northeast 11th and Multnomah. When officers arrived they found the victim down on the NW corner sidewalk of Holladay Park. Medical personnel briefly treated him at the scene then transported him to an area hospital. Detectives from the Homicide Detail and Gang Enforcement Team are at Northeast 11th and Multnomah processing the crime scene and interviewing witnesses. At this point it is not clear if the shooting is gang-related. No suspect information is available and no arrests have been made. Traffic will continue to be blocked from Northeast 13th to 9th along Multnomah and 11th from Multnomah to Holladay. ...
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Monday April 18, 2011 - Times viewed: 7980
PORTLAND, Oregon – "The Kennedys" miniseries, which premiered on April 3, 2011 and aired for eight nights was not available in Oregon. The miniseries starring Greg Kinnear and Katie Holmes was shown on the little-known ReelzChannel network. Perhaps Comcast couldn't find room not only for the series but the entire network, at least not in Oregon. Its decision has enraged many viewers who believe Comcast has yet again rejected Oregon viewers, setting them aside as not ready for prime-time. However, it may not be that simple. The series was available in other locations. ReelzChannel CEO Stan Hubbard said, "We are on the map now. I think The Kennedys' put us on the map in a big, powerful way." How ReelzChannelis one of the entertainment world's oddest stories this year. The History channel made it, yet dropped it in January under murky circumstances amid complaints about historical accuracy by Kennedy associates. Hubbard followed the story from ReelzChannel's offices in Albuquerque, N.M. He saw that Showtime executives reviewed the series and ultimately decided not to run it, so he called that network's chief executive, Matthew Blank, to ask what was wrong with it. No ...
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Monday April 18, 2011 - Times viewed: 7833
Oregon State Police are continuing the investigation into Saturday morning's single vehicle traffic crash south of Molalla that resulted in serious injuries to a 76 year-old Molalla man. According to OSP Trooper Tyler Bechtel, preliminary investigation indicates on April 16, 2011 at approximately 6:30 a.m. a 2007 Honda Civic four-door driven by LELA WILSON, age 79, from Molalla, was southbound on SR 211 near S. Palmer Road when the Honda failed to negotiate a curve, left the roadway and crashed into a fence. A passenger in the Honda JOSE ARELLANO, age 76, from Molalla was seriously injured. ARELLANO was transported by Life Flight air ambulance to Legacy Emanuel Medical Center after being extricated by Molalla Fire Department personnel. He was using safety restraints. WILSON was using safety restraints and was not injured. OSP troopers from the Portland Area Command office are continuing the investigation into the cause of the crash. Troopers were assisted at the scene by Molalla Police Department and Molalla Fire Department. ...
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Monday April 18, 2011 - Times viewed: 7896
Oregon State Police troopers, with the assistance of the Department of Human Services - Child Welfare Division, are continuing the investigation into a Sunday morning minor injury crash involving a 6-year old boy who took his family's vehicle from their Klamath Falls-area apartment. On April 17, 2011 at approximately 7:15 a.m. OSP and Klamath Falls area emergency responders were dispatched to a motor vehicle crash on Bristol Avenue near Fargo Street in the south suburbs of Klamath Falls. Upon arriving at the scene Trooper Sabrina Criswell discovered one of the involved drivers was a 6-year old boy who had taken his mother's 1996 Plymouth Voyager van and left the family's apartment westbound on Bristol Avenue. The boy was alone driving the van and crashed into several mailboxes before swerving into the eastbound lane where it crashed head-on with a 1992 Dodge Dakota pickup driven by TAMMY J. BELAU, age 29, from Klamath Falls. The boy was not injured and he wasn't using safety restraints. He said he was hungry, took a roll of pennies from home and drove the van to get some food. His name is not being released. BELAU received minor injuries. She was using safety restraints ...
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Monday April 18, 2011 - Times viewed: 7700
LAKE OSWEGO, Oregon (AP) — As millions of procrastinators scramble to meet Monday's tax filing deadline, ponder this: The super rich pay a lot less taxes than they did a couple of decades ago, and nearly half of U.S. households pay no income taxes at all. The Internal Revenue Service tracks the tax returns with the 400 highest adjusted gross incomes each year. The average income on those returns in 2007, the latest year for IRS data, was nearly $345 million. Their average federal income tax rate was 17 percent, down from 26 percent in 1992. Over the same period, the average federal income tax rate for all taxpayers declined to 9.3 percent from 9.9 percent. The top income tax rate is 35 percent, so how can people who make so much pay so little in taxes? The nation's tax laws are packed with breaks for people at every income level. There are breaks for having children, paying a mortgage, going to college, and even for paying other taxes. Plus, the top rate on capital gains is only 15 percent. There are so many breaks that 45 percent of U.S. households will pay no federal income tax for 2010, according to estimates by the Tax Policy Center, a Washington think tank. "It ...
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Monday April 18, 2011 - Times viewed: 8170
You have until midnight to get your taxes off to the IRS. Only 20 collection boxes at specific Portland-area post offices will accept mail until the midnight hour, not one minute beyond. The midnight-pickup boxes have a special yellow sign. Note that boxes without the yellow sign will be collected at regular posted times.

Saturday April 16, 2011 - Times viewed: 7994
PORTLAND, Oregon - Regulators in Oregon are requiring a mentor will begin reviewing the operating decisions of a Portland neurosurgeon who figures in a Wall Street Journal investigation of Medicare billing and multiple spinal surgeries on the same patient. The Oregon Medical Board released an agreement Friday it said was necessary while it completes an investigation of Dr. Vishal James Makker. He signed the order. The board said it got "credible information" this year about four patients but gave no other details. It did not refer to two recent stories in the Wall Street Journal that have said Makker's name "popped up" when it searched the Medicare claims database for surgeons who performed multiple spinal fusions on numerous patients. The Journal has reported that Makker had the highest rate of multiple spinal-fusion surgeries among 3,407 surgeons who performed the procedure on 20 or more Medicare patients in 2008 and 2009. In those years, the paper said, he did spinal fusions on 61 patients, and for 16 performed a total of 24 additional fusions. He denied wrongdoing, telling the paper he acted in the best interest of the patients and attributing multiple surgeri ...
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Saturday April 16, 2011 - Times viewed: 7736
A single mother accused of committing war crimes in the Balkans was ordered held without bond on Friday to await a hearing on a request for extradition to her native Bosnia and Herzegovina. A U.S. magistrate judge ruled that Rasema Handanovic, 39, who moved to the United States in 1996 and became a naturalized citizen in 2002, was a flight risk and danger to the community. She is accused of killing 15 to 16 unarmed Croat civilians and prisoners of war in the village of Trusina as a member of the Bosnian army's special Zulfikar unit in April 1993, according to witness statements cited in her extradition request. Prosecutors said the witnesses had served with her in the Bosnian military. Assistant U.S. Attorney David Atkinson told the judge that Handanovic had threatened suicide while in custody, and he referred to her suffering a "psychotic event" just before her initial court appearance on Wednesday. Handanovic, dressed in a blue prison uniform, said nothing and appeared calm during her hour-long hearing on Friday, in marked contrast to her demeanor on Wednesday when the judge ordered the defendant to compose herself. Defense attorney Lisa Hay argued that her client ...
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Saturday April 16, 2011 - Times viewed: 7902
Facebook has installed a large array of solar panels at its new data center in Prineville, Oregon, which will supplement the local utility in providing electricity for the 300,000 square foot facility, which was officially opened at a ceremony yesterday. For more than a year, the environmental group Greenpeace International has been bashing Facebook over its use of electricity generated by "dirty coal" to support its huge new Oregon data center – a campaign that continued Friday as Facebook opened the new facility. 100 kW Solar Array The large solar array in Prineville makes Facebook one of only a handful of data centers in the world to install on-site solar power generation (see Solar-Powered Data Centers for more examples).But it also illustrates the complexity of data center power sourcing, and the difficulty in reducing the issue to a "coal or no coal" litmus test. For most facilities, the Prineville solar array would represent a major commitment to renewable energy. The array can generate about 100 kilowatts of energy. The problem? In the data center world, 100 kilowatts isn’t much power. Facebook hasn’t said precisely how much power it is using in Prineville, b ...
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Friday April 15, 2011 - Times viewed: 7718
This afternoon around 3:30 PM, Portland Police were called to the parking garage of 24 Hour Fitness in the 4200 block of Northeast Halsey Street regarding a suspicious device. The Portland Police Explosive Disposal Unit is on scene. PIO is in route and will meet media at Northeast Weidler Street and Northeast 42nd Avenue. Police have Northeast Halsey blocked from Northeast 42nd Avenue to 47th Avenue and the 43rd off ramp from I-84. ...
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Friday April 15, 2011 - Times viewed: 7759
Yet another dredge is on its way to an Oregon Inlet to restore the an important channel to help navigable a better passageway for fishing vessels. The Currituck, a hopper dredge that removes sand and pours it into its hull, should begin dredging this weekend, said Col. Jeff Ryscavage, commander of the corps’ Wilmington district. "This may give us a little stay for the summer, depending on what they think they can do," Popiel said. “If the corps thinks they can put a dent in all that, then we’ll definitely hold off.” The Currituck will work around the clock and replace the Merritt, a sidecaster dredge that sucks sand from the ocean floor and spits it 100 feet away. Some believe the Currituck will prove a more efficient tool. ...
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Thursday April 14, 2011 - Times viewed: 7837
This morning, Thursday April 14, 2011, at approximately 11:45 a.m., Portland Police officers responded to the report of a bank robbery at the Wells Fargo Bank, located inside a Safeway grocery store at 4515 Southeast Woodstock Boulevard. Officers arrived and learned that the suspect entered the bank and presented a demand note. The suspect received an undisclosed amount of money and fled the bank on foot. No injuries were reported. The suspect is described as a white male in his 40s, 6'00", thin build, dark scruffy facial hair and mustache, wearing a blue hooded sweatshirt, jeans and a baseball cap. Anyone with information about this robbery is urged to call Detective Tony Christensen at (503) 224-4181. No surveillance images or video will be released at this time. ...
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Thursday April 14, 2011 - Times viewed: 8103
PORTLAND, Oregon - Packy is turnnig 49 but the celebration at the Oregon Zoo won't be held until this weekend on Saturday. Born on April 14, 1962, Packy was the first elephant to be born in the United States in 44 years. He's been an Oregon celebrity ever since. Saturday's "Elephantastic" party will include games, crafts, pastry elephant ears and birthday cake at noon. Packy now tips the scales at more than 6 tons. He has fathered seven elephant calves. Packy’s parents were Thonglaw and Belle. Thonglaw was wild-born in Cambodia in 1947 and Belle was wild-born in Bangkok in 1952. Thonglaw died in 1974 and Belle died in 1997. Portlanders first learned of Belle’s pregnancy and the impending birth through an article in THE OREGONIAN in January, and the city came alive with anticipation. "Belle Bulletins" and a “Name the Baby” contest were aired by local radio stations. Stuffed elephants appeared in toy departments and school children made drawings of what they thought the baby would look like. For three months zoo veterinarian Dr. Matthew Maberry literally lived in the elephant house, keeping a close watch on the maternity ward. ...
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Thursday April 14, 2011 - Times viewed: 7683
ROSEBURG, Oregon - An electrical engineer who lives in Cottage Grove but commutes to the town of Sutherlin is saving a lot of gas as the first owner of a Chevy Volt in Oregon. Carey Bailey told the Roseburg News-Review that he's cut his monthly commuting cost by 80 percent since buying the electric car in January. The Chevy Volt runs off a lithium-ion battery that is backed up by a gasoline generator that recharges it while driving. Bailey says he recharges the car by plugging it into an electrical outlet when he gets to work. But the state is planning to install a series of fast-charge electric vehicle stations along Interstate 5, including ones in Roseburg, Rice Hill and Canyonville. The stations will provide full charges in as little as 15 minutes.
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Thursday April 14, 2011 - Times viewed: 7820
The Oregon senate Tuesday unanimously passed two education-spending bills to force teacher layoffs, larger classes, and shorter school years. The Senate ignored recommendations from educator, unions and Democrats and authorized $5.7 billion that will leave schools far short of what they say they need for the next two years. "I don't like it," Sen. Chris Edwards, D-Eugene, told senators. "But colleagues, you know what, this recession sucks. All these decisions suck and this budget sucks. But we don't have a choice. We have to do this." Lawmakers said that since they can't give schools more money, they opted instead to give them certainty and stability. Sen. Rod Monroe, D-Portland, said the $5.7 billion in funding is "sacrosanct," even if tax collections continue to decline when the latest revenue projections are released in May. "I can assure you, that number is firm," said Monroe, co-chair of the budget subcommittee that handles education. "It is not going to change. Sacrosanct. We're not going to whittle away at it even if the May forecast is down a little bit." The education bills, HB5552 and HB 5553, draw on $123 million from two savings accounts, the Education St ...
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Wednesday April 13, 2011 - Times viewed: 7919
The Portland Police Bureau, in cooperation with Crime Stoppers, is asking for your help in identifying a suspect that robbed a Plaid Pantry in March 2011. On March 3, 2011 at approximately 10:21 p.m., Portland Police responded to the report of an armed robbery at the Plaid Pantry store, located at 4516 Southwest Vermont Street. Officers arrived in the area and learned that the suspect fled the store on foot after obtaining an undisclosed sum of money from the clerk. The suspect entered the store and pulled a black handgun from the front of his waistband, pointed it at two employees and demanded money. The suspect is described as a white male in his mid-20s, 5'11", 175 lbs., blond hair, blue eyes, wearing a black Carhartt-type jacket, blue sweatshirt, black shoes, and a white cloth over his face. The suspect also has tattoos of small crosses on his right hand. Surveillance video of one of the robberies is available for viewing at: Crime Stoppers is offering a cash reward of up to $1,000 for information, reported to Crime Stoppers, that leads to an arrest in this case, or any unsolved felony, and you can remain anonymou ...
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Wednesday April 13, 2011 - Times viewed: 7646
On March 5, 2011, at approximately 3:20 p.m., a man armed with a shotgun walked in to the Wildroot Salon, located at 801 North Russell Street, and robbed robbed salon employees and customers. The suspect told people to lie down on the floor as he demanded money. The suspect then fled with several purses and an undisclosed amount of cash. No one was injured. The suspect is described as a black male in his 30s, between 5'10" and 6' tall. The suspect was wearing a tan coat and according to witnesses looked "disheveled." A composite sketch of the suspect is being released with the hope that someone will recognize him and call police. Anyone with information about this suspect is urged to call Detective Robert Hollins at (503) 823-0757. ...
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Tuesday April 12, 2011 - Times viewed: 7912
THE DALLES, Oregon - Monday morning close to lunchtime, a wild bear was seen climbing across and up the The Dalles Dam with no easy way to get off. He was confused. He couldn't find a way to move in any direction, and had nowhere to go, and no one to help him. Or so he thought! The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife sent a team of biologists to check out the bear. They talked for a spell as those sort do then came up with a plan. They called the State Police. All this caused some distress with humans at work attempting to find a good solution. ODFW representative Rick Hargrave said the bear was caught in some cables. Nasty stuff. Can’t have those cables being disturbed. The bear was stuck in a difficult area to navigate so humans in charge apparently came to the conclusion there was no way to rescue the unfortunate bear without putting a human at risk. Biologists decided that if the bear was tranquilized, there was a chance it would slide 75 feet downward and be killed or perhaps injured and wander into a state park downstream and attack and eat some Oregon citizen. ...
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Tuesday April 12, 2011 - Times viewed: 8112
ASTORIA, Oregon - The body of 25-year-od Dustin Douglas Weber was discovered by a person walking the beach just south of the Columbia River. Weber was a victim of the 9.0 earthquake tsunami that moved over the pacific to California from Japan's coast. On March 11, 2011, Weber was swept away during an episode on the Klamath River in California. His body washed ashore in Oregon. In 1964, 11 residents of Crescent City, California were killed by a tsunami generated in Alaska. Weber is the first person killed by a tsunami since 1964. Webber apparently believed the danger of a tsunami has passed as he ventured near the water. His mother said he did not understand that the wave surges would become larger for hours. She said he was preoccupied with skipping rocks into the river just before he was swept away. ...
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Monday April 11, 2011 - Times viewed: 8495
LONGVIEW, Washington - A couple in their 3-'s were shot to death early Monday morning by a man who police say was a jealous former husband. The bodies of Dana Enyeart, 39, and Bruce Kamp, 36, were both discovered in a Longview home Monday morning, shot to death by Eyeart's ex-husband, Michael L. Feeney. Just after midnight on Monday morning, Longview police responded to the 3000 block of Ammons Drive for a report of two people shot at the residence. Officers arrived and found Bruce Kamp, 36, and Dana Enyeart, 39, deceased. Enyeart and Feeney were divorced in 2006 but had recently been seeing each other. ...
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Monday April 11, 2011 - Times viewed: 8256
PORTLAND, Oregon - 19-year-od Mario Alexander Marin of Gresham died by a gunshot wouknd early Sunday, April 10, at Northeast 86th Avenue and Sacramento Street. Detectives are asking for the public's help in locating a vehicle that was described by witnesses as leaving the area after the shooting. The vehicle is described as a light tan or silver 4-door, unknown make or model. Detectives do not know if this is a suspect or witness vehicle but would like information from anyone who knows more about this car. The crime scene was established in the area from Northeast 82nd to 88th, Sacramento to Brazee. No vehicular or foot traffic is allowed in the area. Homicide detectives and Criminalists from the Forensic Evidence Division are responding to begin their investigation into the shooting. No suspect information is available at this time and no arrests have been made. Detectives cannot yet say if this shooting is gang-related or not but urge anyone with information to call Detective Chris Traynor at (503) 823-0449 or Detective Steve Ober at (503) 823-4033. ...
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Sunday April 10, 2011 - Times viewed: 7753
24-year-old Marco Alfonso Huerta-Castillo was arrested last night after he was spotted speeding up to 139 MPG on I-84,Saturday April 9, 2011, at approximately 10:55 p.m. A Portland Police Bureau Traffic Division officer spotted a the orange motorcycle and immediately moved into position behind the motorcycle and eventually stopped it near Northeast 148th Avenue on I-84. However, Huerta-Castillo refused to stop right awayi. He took off and briefly attempted to elude the officer but soon surrendered and pulled over near northeast 148th Avenue along the interstate. He apparently realized he was no match for the alert officer. Huerta-Castillo of Northeast Portland, was arrested for Attempt to Elude, DUII, Reckless Driving and booked into the Multnomah County Jail. Huerta-Castillo was also given traffic citations for Speeding (139 mph), Driving While Suspended, Driving Uninsured, and No Motorcycle Endorsement. ...
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Sunday April 10, 2011 - Times viewed: 7817
Early this morning, Sunday April 10, 2011, at approximately 1:11 a.m., Portland Police officers responded to the area of Northeast 86th and Sacramento on the report of shots fired from a vehicle. Numerous calls to 9-1-1 reported multiple gunshots and vehicles speeding out of the area. Officers arrived and located a gunshot victim on the sidewalk at Northeast 86th and Sacramento. Medical personnel responded to the scene at determined that the victim was deceased. The victim appears to be a young male adult. Some area houses sustained damage from gunfire but there does not appear to be any other victims at this point. A crime scene has been established in the area from Northeast 82nd to 88th, Sacramento to Brazee. No vehicular or foot traffic is allowed in the area. Investigators are still at the scene processing evidence. The neighborhood remains blocked off to vehicular and pedestrian traffic. An autopsy is scheduled for Monday at the Oregon State Medical Examiner's Office. The name of the 19-year-old male victim will not be released until after the autopsy and family has been notified. Investigators cannot yet say if the shooting is gang-related or not and no s ...
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Saturday April 9, 2011 - Times viewed: 7998
The pedestrian killed in this morning's fatal crash at Northeast 60th and Killingsworth has been identified as 63-year-old Mary Anne Turner of Northeast Portland, shown in the photo. Investigators learned that a vehicle driven by 87-year-old Helen Quimiro of Northeast Portland was travelling westbound on Northeast Killingsworth and had a green light at Northeast 60th Avenue. Turner 30-40 feet from a crosswalk when she was struck as she was crossing from the north side of Killingsworth to the south side. After striking Turner, Quimiro continued driving westbound from the crash site. She then struck three parked cars, and continued driving away from the scene. Officers soon located the car and found Quimiro at her residence in the 6000 block of Northeast 37th Avenue. Officers called for medical personnel because they believed that she, the driver, might have suffered some kind of medical problem. Medical personnel treated and released Quimiro at the scene and she cooperated fully with investigators. No arrests have been made at this point and the case will be referred to the Multnomah County District Attorney's Office. ...
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Friday April 8, 2011 - Times viewed: 8146
Portland Police arrested 11 adults and one juvenile on Thursday, April 7, 2011, after approximately 40 anti-police protesters marched from the south parks blocks through downtown Portland. Portland Police report that the downtown area was very busy last night unrelated to the protest, with many community members enjoying various entertainment events. Police were successful in preventing property damage to local businesses and reported and no community members were injured. Firework type incendiary devices were thrown at officers by protesters; officers were able to arrest some individuals who were observed throwing these devices. A couple of police officers suffered minor injuries while making arrests. The following arrests were made in last night's protest:
  • A 15-year-old girl, charged with: Attempted Assault on a Police Officer; Interfering with a Police Officer, Disorderly Conduct and Harassment
  • 22-year-old Michael Hilton, charged with: Offensive Littering
  • 31-year-old Dennison Williams, charged with: Assault on a Police Officer, Resisting Arrest and Disorderly Conduct
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Friday April 8, 2011 - Times viewed: 8859
PORTLAND, Oregon - A Multnomah County grand jury today indicted Parrish Bennette on murder with a firearm, and first-degree manslaughter with a firearm in the death of 14-year-old Yashawnee Vaughn. Bennette is scheduled back in juvenile court to be arraigned late this afternoon. The murder with a firearm indictment charges Bennette of unlawfully and intentionally causing Yashawnee Vaughn's death, and threatening her with the use of a firearm. The charge of first-degree manslaughter states that Bennette "unlawfully and recklessly" caused Vaughn's death. Bennette was originally charged with murder in connection with the death of Yashawnee Vaughn but charges were later reduced to manslaughter. Vaughn's family has called for a nationwide search for the body of their daughter. Last week, police launched an unsuccessful three-day search of the Rocky Butte area and an adjacent former golf driving range. ...
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