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Tuesday January 4, 2011 - Times viewed: 7710
Lottery players in Oregon, Washington and other states that participate in Mega Millions are getting the chance to vie for The fourth-largest lottery prize in U.S. history is at hand, getting larger each minute. The big numbers will be drawn just before 8 p.m. Tuesday. The big jackpot for Mega Millions tonight is up to $355 million egged on by fast sales and as a lump sum, the jackpot is now over $210 million. For just one buck, this lottery is similar to Powerball as players attempt to win by matching five regular numbers and the Mega ball. Other prizes range from $2 to $250,000. Drawings are held Tuesday and Friday nights. Players are hoping to win the big jackpot which has topped $390 million back in 2007.The game is available in 41 states. ...
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Monday January 3, 2011 - Times viewed: 7643
LEBANON - A plan to build a few retirement homes south of Lebanon has been stalled for a decade but now an important decision is moving the project forward. The Linn County Board of Commissioners has ruled that the 15 acres south of town is not valuable farm or forest land. According to the Albany Democrat-Herald, Bob Morris, 59, and his two brothers-in-law bought the land to build their retirement homes. Morris said he never thought it would take this long - and $50,000 in legal and consulting fees - to get a decision. Linn County Commissioner Roger Nyquist said the case shows that Oregon's land use process is broken. "It has taken 10 years, and I don't have any idea how it has come to this. Is it really OK that government can tell someone they can't add dwellings for family members on property that won't even grow weeds?" The 15 acres in question is surrounded by homes. There are 27 homes within a quarter-mile of the property and 11 properties directly adjacent to it. "I never dreamed it would take this long," Morris said. Over the last decade, in hearings before the Linn County Planning Commission and the state's Land Use Board of Appeals, the family's effo ...
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Monday January 3, 2011 - Times viewed: 7594
PORTLAND - Beginning today, the Oregon Department of Transportation will be using large cannons in an attempt to control huge flocks of starling bird making their home on the Interstate Bridge which connects Vancouver and Northern Oregon. The starlings are contaminating the bridge with their droppings and anyone traveling on the bridge. Crews will be using propane-powered cannons to create a loud booming noise. The cannons were originally designed to disturb birds in fruit orchards. The effort will continue through March 17. The Oregon Department of Transportation will use the cannons on alternating days and times to keep the starlings from developing a pattern of behavior. ...
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Sunday January 2, 2011 - Times viewed: 7788
REDMOND, Wash. - It was the mother's four young sons and the father of the boys who were killed in the apartment blaze early yesterday morning. The family had been celebrating the arrival of the New Year in their Redmond apartment. Belinda Phelps, 46, who lives in the apartment complex but in a different building, said she and her 11-year-old daughter had gone to visit the family in their first-floor unit about 10 p.m. Friday. She said they had a few beers and a few laughs and rang in the New Year as the boys were playing, happy, and content, jumping on couches and playing in a small tent in the dining room of the two-bedroom apartment. The 30-year-old mother was able to escape the two-bedroom ground-floor apartment but had to watch as dense smoke and flames engulfed her home and her entire family. Neighbors held her back as she tried to run back in for her children. Phelps said the oldest boy, age 11, attended Rose Hill Junior High School, and that other children ranged in age from 2 to 6, with at least one attending Benjamin Rush Elementary School. The family had been struggling financially the last few years, after losing a house in Colorado and moving to Redmond ...
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Saturday January 1, 2011 - Times viewed: 7671
PORTLAND - A Club 915 bouncer was shot and killed in downtown Portland overnight. A Portland police officer reported was called to investigate a fight at Club 915, at 915 S.W. 2nd Ave. The officer reported hearing gunshots and a second officer found the 32-year-old bouncer on the ground. Police are not disclosing was found or shot inside or outside of the club. The Portland Police Bureau states, "in the course of interacting with persons associated with the shooting, the officer discharged his firearm." Owners of Club 915 have cannot be reached for comment. The streets around the Southwest 2nd Avenue and Taylor Street club were closed New Years Day but reopened around noon. ...
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Friday December 31, 2010 - Times viewed: 8355
SALEM - 44 year old Marion County Fire Chief J. Kevin Hensonis is in the hospital after his vehicle was hit today, New Years Eve, while on the way to a fire. He was headed to a house fire in the 3500 block of Brooklake Road N.E. when he tried to pass a 2005 GMC truck and was struck when the other driver turned into a business. The fire chief's van rolled a couple times before coming to rest on its side. The Chief was transported to the hospital with unknown injuries. The sheriff's office said they could not or would not release information on the fire chief's condition without his permission. But word has it that his injuries were serious, but that he is in stable condition at a Salem Hospital. The driver of the other vehicle, 37-year-old Robert M. Floyd of Keizer, sustained minor injuries and was not hospitalized. Chief Kevin Henson came to Oregon in 2004 to serve as the Fire Chief for the Turner Fire District (TFD). He brought with him eighteen years of prior experience in emergency services. In addition to well-known lecture & instructional abilities, Chief Henson also maintains accreditation as a Fire Officer as well as certification as a Nationally Registered Para ...
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Thursday December 30, 2010 - Times viewed: 7725
PORTLAND - A large landslide just south of Oregon City blocked both lanes of traffic on Highway 99E yesterday. Highway crews spent most of the day cleaning the debris off the road to clear traffic. ODOT encourages drivers to avoid the area. Southbound traffic will turn left at 2nd, right on South High Street, continue to South End Road and connect with Highway 99E. Trucks will not be allowed on the detour. Northbound trucks will turn around at New Era Road and head to Barlow Road to connect with Interstate 5 or I205. The large rocks forced crews to bring in heavy machinery to clear the road. ...
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Thursday December 30, 2010 - Times viewed: 7608
GRESHAM – A 26-year-old man was shot in the neck and taken to the hospital Wednesday. The shooting occured about three blocks from the Gresham Transit Center. The man was shot in the right sometime last night. When police arrived they found him holding his right hand on a neck wound. He reported to police that three Hispanic men ran away after shooting him. He is expected to survive. Gresham police are continuing to investigate the incident and have called in gang investigators. ...
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Wednesday December 29, 2010 - Times viewed: 7688
CAPE MEARES - The two men who were found guilty of severely damaging the Cape Meares Lighthouse in January 2010 have now been ordered to pay $100,000 in restitution and serve several months in Tillamook County jail. David Wilks, Jr. and Zachary Pyle both pleaded guilty to criminal mischief after being arrested earlier this year for vandal acts viciously damaging the Cape Mears lighthouse built in 1889. Those acts outraged people across the state. Last January the two young men fired multiple bullets into the glass covered structure, extensively damaging windows and shattering the old Fresnel lenses which had considerable historical value. ...
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Sunday August 29, 2010 - Times viewed: 7630
EVERETT — Theodore Ohms was accused of shooting at police during a chase on Interstate 5 has rejected a plea agreement which could have sent him to prison for 20 years. Prosecutors plan to file additional charges where Ohms could face 40 years in prison instead of 20 years. Ohms had been expected to plead guilty on Wednesday to four felony charges, including first-degree assault with a firearm and vehicular assault. He allegedly shot at a sheriff’s deputy during a high-speed chase. The pursuit, the crash and the manhunt stranded thousands of drivers. A 49-year-old woman was severely injured when her van was hit. Prosecutor Janice Albert had planned to recommend a 20-year sentence, the low end of the standard range, in exchange for the plea. But Ohms changed his mind on Wednesday and ignored the advice of his attorney not to speak. He told the judge he didn’t feel he was getting decent legal advice, that he had seen the legal paperwork and because he never finished school it was difficult for him to read. “I feel like I’m being coerced into taking the 20 years,” Ohms said. Judge Ronald Castleberry advised said he wanted to make sure Ohms understood the prosecut ...
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Tuesday December 28, 2010 - Times viewed: 7647
PORTLAND - Just after 5pm yesterday, Portland police were called to the 3500 block of Southwest Dakota Street near Gabriel Park. Police dispatch received a 911 call from a woman who said her son had attacked her and her husband, the man's father, outside the home with a machete. She said her 34-year-old son Marcus Lagozzino had been suicidal in the past and indicated he might by trying to commit suicide by police. She said he was hiding inside the house with her 61 year old husband and that she believed Lagozzino would be confrontational with officers, according to the police bureau. Police spokesman Pete Simpson said Lagozzino began to quickly advance toward the officers as they gave him several warnings and fired a Taser and bean bags. Lagozzino was then shot by police and rushed to a hospital. At 11 a.m. today, Lagozzino was listed in critical condition. Shots were fired less than one minute after they first made contact with Lagozzino and that Lagozzino had assaulted his parents in an argument before police arrived. An unidentified neighbor said he heard gunshots before police arrived. "I heard loud yelling then some shots rang out. Probably about six or loud sho ...
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Tuesday December 28, 2010 - Times viewed: 7610
FOREST GROVE, Oregon - A TriMet bus driver who stopped his bus to rescue a small puppy from traffic will get to keep the Chihuahua-dachshund mix puppy, according to a press release from the transit agency. A TriMet spokeswoman said, "He's thrilled to keep caring for the dog,". The bus driver wishes to remain anonymous for personal reasons. He says he was driving his bus in November when he spotted the puppy on Main Street in Forest Grove. He stopped, picked up the 8-week old puppy then dropped it off at a doggy daycare facility in Hillsboro later in the day and had it examined by a vet. The bus driver posted Found Dog signs in the area where he found the pup and an ad on Craigslist. But there were no takers. No one had claimed the cute little puppy. A few days later Garold Howe, manager of The Farm & Garden Store at 19th Avenue in Forest Grove said he had lost a puppy from his store on November 16. The puppy had been for sale for $495. The pup had escaped its pen and ran out into the street. Howe saw the bus stop, but wasn’t certain what happened or who picked up the doggie. Meanwhile the driver named the puppy Oreo. TriMet contacted the driver to let him know what ...
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Monday December 27, 2010 - Times viewed: 7770
TROUTDALE, Oregon - A Portland woman was arrested for driving under the influence after leading Troutdale police on a chase down Interstate 84 toward Troutdale. Police responded to several calls just before midnight on Christmas reporting a reckless driver on I84. The callers said the car nearly missed hitting construction signs and several other cars. Officers turned on their emergency lights and sirens after spotting the car just past the Troutdale exit. The chase lasted about five minutes because the driver would not pull over. At times the driver slowed down to as low as 25 miles per hour on the freeway. The driver was identified as 61-year-old Shirley Strickland. She eventually stopped near the Corbett exit on I84. Police then arrested her on charges of driving under the influence and driving while suspended. She was taken to the Multnomah County Detention Center. ...
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Monday December 27, 2010 - Times viewed: 7625
SNOQUALMIE PASS, Washington - The search continues for four women who were snowshoeing in the Gold Creek area on Snoqualmie Pass when they become lost Sunday afternoon. Kittitas County Undersheriff Clayton Myers said one of the women called 911 to report they had left the trail and were lost. A rescue team has been in cell phone contact and are working with the wireless phone provider to help determine their exact location. "The challenge we're facing is that there's very, very low visibility, so they can't really give us any good reference points," Myers said. Fortunately the women area wearing winter clothes, but heavy snow has fallen since the search began and the women are cold and wet. Searchers on snowmobiles and with snowshoe are exploring the area, Myers said. "We're optimistic we should be able to find them." ...
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Sunday December 26, 2010 - Times viewed: 7666
GRESHAM, Oregon - Police are calling him the "gentleman jewelry thief", but he was no gentleman he allegedly used a mask and crawled through a window of a Gresham jewelry store and grabbed two bins of jewelry. Then on his way out he allegedly thanked three female employees and said, "It's OK, ladies." The man and the driver of an SUV pulled up outside the jewelry store at a Gresham mall on Thursday night and took the jewelry. Gresham police say there were no weapons involved. ...
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Sunday December 26, 2010 - Times viewed: 7605
EUGENE, Oregon A Springfield man claims Springfield police have used excessive force when they arrested him on Dec. 29, 2008. He's asking the department and the Lane County Jail to revise its policies regarding mentally-ill suspects in custody. Mark A. Kemp claimes in the lawsuit that Springfield police officers used excessive force when he was arrested for disorderly conduct and trespassing at a gas station on Dec. 29, 2008. He seeks unspecified monetary damages and claims that deputies assaulted him in jail when he didn't respond to their orders. Kemp is described as an intermittently homeless man who has lived in both Springfield and Eugene. ...
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Saturday December 25, 2010 - Times viewed: 7791
SPOKANE, Washington - On Tuesday police arrested a 54-year-old grandmother and her 14-year-old grandson on charges of attempting to sell crack cocaine. After arresting the grandson, police found baggies of a substance in the boy's pocket that tested positive for crack cocaine. After Hilliard was arrested, she waived her right to remain silent and spoke to police. She admitted she was driving the boy to sell crack cocaine. The boy said he paid his grandmother to drive him around because he has no drivers license. Grandmother Tyna A. Hilliard appeared in Spokane County Superior Court Thursday on drug delivery charges. Her arraignment is set for Jan. 3. Hilliard's daughter - the boy's mother - was arrested on a similar drug charge in August. ...
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Saturday December 25, 2010 - Times viewed: 7587
TOLEDO, Washington – An historical three story building was destroyed in an early morning fire which broke at 201 Ramsey Street. The historical building stretched a block long and held businesses. "We're pouring so much water we're concerned it's going to deplete our water sources for the city," a Toledo official said. There have been no reported injuries. Residents are urged to conserve water and only use it in case of emergency. Highway 505 is closed in both directions through the area. Firefighters do not yet know what started the fire. ...
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Friday December 24, 2010 - Times viewed: 7713
HARRISBRG, Oregon - A man who seemed irrational and had been making paranoid statements fatally stabbed his son and himself yesterday morning. The Linn County Sheriff's Office said father and son were alone in the home. Their bodies were found last night by the man's wife. Darwin D. Stout, 48, and Jared Stout, 13, both died of knife wounds. LaMae Stout, mother and wife, discovered the bodies when she arrived home from work last night at the family's home on Monroe Street. She called 9-1-1. Police say Darwin Stout had begun making irrational and paranoid statements last week but nothing he said seemed to indicate he could turn violent. "It got to the point where he ended up volunteering to go to Sacred Heart (Medical Center in Eugene) to be evaluated", a police representative stated. Neighbor Josh Davis who just moved next door with his wife and sons two months ago, said he was shocked this would happen in a neighborhood full of children. "I think just about every house on the block has kids," said Davis. "We're always seeing their bikes." Another neighbor, Maggie Cooley seemed particularly affected. "Before going to bed last night, I went back in each of my ...
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Thursday December 23, 2010 - Times viewed: 7983
Multnomah County Sheriff's Office arrested four adults Tuesday night netting 300 mature growing marijuana plants and 100 pounds of processed marijuana. It was a large-scale marijuana growing operation. Four vehicles were seized, including an Acura MDX SUV, Porsche Cayenne SUV, and a BMV M3 and a Lexus 300.. Two children 4 and 8 years old were taken into protective custody. Deputies seized the pot at 2915 N.E. Rocky Butte Drive, Portland, and 17717 N.E. Pacific Drive, Gresham and arrested Tu Ngoc Tran, Minh Ngoc Le, Minaty Nguyen, and Huy Nguyen. The suspects had faked medical marijuana cards along with fraudulent documents to disguise their marijuana growing activities. ...
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Thursday December 23, 2010 - Times viewed: 7648
FOREST GROVE, Oregon - Mickey Johnson from Forest Grove was raising money for Leukemia using a stocking hung from a pole in the front yard. The idea was to have neighbors or anyone passing by to have their photo taken with "Santa" and leave donations. Yesterday evening a teen boy walked up to the stocking as though he was to leave a donation. Instead he quickly grabbed the stocking and took off running, getting away with $100 in cash. Mickey Johnson says the teen boy asked what the donations were for just before he grabbed the stocking. The teen thief is white, about 17, and wore a dark hooded sweatshirt and dark shorts. According to witnesses, he was also accompanied by a male and female of about the same age. Anyone with information about the theft should call police at 503-992-3260. Johnson says he'll be back at the job and hopes to make up for the missing cash. ...
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Thursday December 23, 2010 - Times viewed: 7623
PORTLAND, Ore. -- Buster the dog, a Rottweiler mix, has been rescued by the Oregon Humane Society Humane. OHS and Portland Police officers yesterday removed him from a home in Northeast Portland. Kent and Grace Adamson, were charged with animal neglect and voluntarily relinquished the dog to OHS, where it is now getting needed medical attention. The warrant was issued for the residence at 6356 NE 6th Avenue in Portland. Buster is an elderly Rottweiler mix with obvious pain. Another resident of the home, Cecil Walling, was charged with neglect a couple weeks ago in regard to a sick and dying cat. Multnomah County have cited residents at that location several times for animal violations. The situation began after Kent Adamson brought a malnourished rabbit to OHS. OHS investigators also discovered a another dog and five cats at the house Wednesday, but only Buster seemed to be suffering from neglect. The other animals remain at the house and OHS may file more charges. ...
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Wednesday December 22, 2010 - Times viewed: 7712
VANCOUVER - Authorities in Clark County are searching two men for attempted murder charges in a hatchet attack on a man in Clark County. 28-year-old Matthew Michaelson and 35-year-old André Kennedy are wanted on charges of attempted murder. The victim told deputies the men were wearing dark clothing, gloves and masks and that they dragged him out of his home last December 14 and blungened him with the hatchet. The men fled when he yelled that he recognized them. The victim believes he was attacked because he's a witness in a criminal case against one of the men. Both men were recently released from county jail. The victim was was treated for a concussion and cuts and is now recovering. ...
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Wednesday December 22, 2010 - Times viewed: 7867
SALEM, Oregon - Father and son bank robbers who killed two people when they left a homemade bomb at the West Coast Bank in Woodburn, have been convicted of planting the bomb that killed two police officers. They have both been sentenced to death. The jury deliberated for less than a day and found Bruce Turnidge and his son, Joshua Turnidge, guilty on all 18 counts, including aggravated murder, attempted aggravated murder and assault charges. Kelly Mix, brother-in-law of Woodburn Police Captain Tom Tennant, killed in by the bomb, said he was pleased with the verdict said he was not surprised but he was pleased. "For us, it doesn't change the fact that my brother-in-law is dead," Mix told The Oregonian. "I'm not opposed to the death penalty if the jury thinks that's the right punishment." The two men were arrested in Salem. The manager of the Woodburn branch of West Coast Bank found the device after a call about a bomb threat to a nearby Wells Fargo bank branch turned up a harmless device. The bomb at West Coast Bank was found outside, but the officers took it inside, where it exploded. Lt. Sheila Lorance of the Marion County Sheriff's Office, the lead agency in the ca ...
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Tuesday December 21, 2010 - Times viewed: 8021
PORTLAND, Oregon - Portland police got very luck when a routine traffic stop netted thousands of dollars worth of heroin. Police recovered nine pounds of uncut heroin packaged in bricks worth a half million. The heroin was found packed in the bumper of a blue Kia minivan. Juan Casas was arrested and a home search turned up more than 4 pounds of heroin hidden in food containers of macaroni and cheese. The amount of the drug was enough to supply thousands of hits to users. Marijuana, cocaine, weapons and over $1,500 in cash was also found. Street value of the drug was said to be about a quarter million dollars. Sergeant Cory Roberts says heroin use is on the rise in Northwest Oregon and in particular, Portland. Roberts said he believes it is because more doctors are prescribing the pharmaceutical oxycodone for pain. Addicted users are then switching to heroin because it's cheaper, Police said they seized twice as much heroin this year as compared to last year. ...
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Tuesday December 21, 2010 - Times viewed: 7626
PORTLAND, Oregon U.S. Senator Ron Wyden is recovering from prostate cancer surgery. The early-stage cancer was discovered after a physical in November. His surgeon at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore said yesterday that "everything went perfect. The patient is recovering well." Wyden should be released today and is expected to recuperate at his home in Washington. He worked through the weekend, voting on the winning democratic side for the repeal of the "don't ask, don't tell" policy but on the losing side to cut off debate on a bill to give young illegal immigrants a path to citizenship. Ron Wyden was born in Kansas and raised in Palo Alto, California. He came to Oregon to attend the Oregon University School of Law and earned his J.D. degree in 1974. He taught at several Oregon universities and founded the Oregon chapter of the Gray Panthers. The Gray Panthers wiki states "Gray Panthers is an organization in the United States dedicated to economic and social justice." Sen. Wyden ran the organization from 1974-1980. At 30 years old, he won his first elected position as Representative for Oregon's 3rd Congressional District. Since that time, Wyden has remained involv ...
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Tuesday December 21, 2010 - Times viewed: 7609
CANBY, Oregon - Because of excessive high water due to flooding on the Willamette River the Canby Ferry service has been shut down until further notice. The Canby Ferry makes its run across the river between 6:45 each morning and 9:15 each night, every day. Officials expected the service to eturn later this week when water levels fall. Travelers shoujld find a new way to travel between Canby and Wilsonville this week. ...
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Monday December 20, 2010 - Times viewed: 7625
PORTLAND, Oregon – Britany Miller's and her mother Melinda came here from Alaska. Britany has leukemia and has been receiving treatments at Doernbecher Children’s Hospital. They've been here since early November. Britany’s father is still in Alaska. Melinda had bought hundreds of dollars of Christmas presents for Britany but on Sunday, thieves stole the presents from the family’s SUV in the parking lot at Doernbecher. Sunday morning Melinda was on her way to church. But she the windows of her SUV smashed. Her computer laptop, along with games and workstation she had bought for her daughter were gone. OHSU surveillance cameras were not able to capture images of the breakin, and hospital security said break-ins rarely happen and the Miller’s car was parked in one of the safest parking lots. "These are people that come to our hospital, to our university – reaching out in need, and we want them to feel welcome, we want them to feel safe," said Steve Buchtel, director of security for OHSU. “For that to be violated, I do take that very seriously. I certainly would like to catch the people that did this.” No witnesses have come forward and there are no other leads. Because ...
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Monday December 20, 2010 - Times viewed: 7689
Last Tuesday, 28-year old Zannish Schmeka Fraziera broke into a car and home in a West Linn neighborhood. It seems her loot was far too heavy to carry so she called the cops to help her along the way. In an apparent attempt to give the police a good reason to help her, Frazier said she was kicked out of her boyfriend’s house and needed a ride to a transit center. Carrying a handful of duffel bags filled with her loot, Frazier met Sergeants Mike Boyd, who took her to Clackamas County Jail for a probation violation warrant. Frazier’s "belongings" were being held by police for safekeeping but meanwhile they received a call from a woman at the 2200 block of Charman Street who reported a woman had broken into her home and sole several items. A duffel bag description matched that of Fraziers. Items stolen included laptop computers, jewelry and women’s clothing. In addition, and in the same area, a car theft was reported earlier in the evening on Grant Street. The items stolen matched what had been fouind in Frazier’s possession. Frazier now faces burglary and theft charges and has since been transferred to Washington County Jail. "This case was brought to a rapid conclu ...
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Monday December 20, 2010 - Times viewed: 7627
Firefighters rescued two people Friday night from a burning historic Southeast Portland commercial building. A woman and a man, both in their early 30s, were rescued from a burning building at 111 S.E. Madison Friday evening. Both were taken to Legacy Emanuel Medical Center with life-threatening injuries. The names of the man and woman and the extent of their injuries have not been released pending notification of nearest relatives. No one else was found in the building. The building, a 15 thousand square-foot warehouse, was erected just before the stock market crash in 1929 and is the location of Pro Lab Northwest Inc and is on the National Register of Historic Places. Portland Fire and Rescue crews found flames coming from the overhead door of the first floor with thick black smoke which could be seen from the top of the Hawthorne Bridge. The person who called in the fire report on 9-1-1 said he could hear screams from inside the building. Firefighters soon brought the blaze under control and fire investigators are attempting to determine the cause of the blaze. ...
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