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Thursday January 21, 2021
Newly Minted K9 Ghost Gets First Capture
On December 30th, 2020 K9 Handler Deputy Zach Akin and K9 Ghost completed six weeks of training. During this time, they trained on Handler Protection, Tracking, Suspect Apprehension and Evidence Collection. This training also enhanced the important bond and trust between both Deputy Akin and Ghost. The team demonstrated these learned skills and became certified through the Oregon Police Canine Ass ...
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Tuesday January 19, 2021
An Oregon Department of Corrections (DOC) adult in custody (AIC) died January 18, 2021. He was incarcerated at Two Rivers Correctional Institution and passed away at a local hospital. He tested positive for COVID-19 and was between 55 and 65 years old. As with all in-custody deaths, the Oregon State Police have been notified, and the Medical Examiner will determine cause of death. Department-wide, ...

Tuesday January 19, 2021
Kieran Ramsey Named Special Agent in Charge of the FBI's Portland Field Office
PORTLAND, Oregon - Director Christopher Wray has named Kieran Ramsey as the special agent in charge of the Portland Field Office. Most recently, Mr. Ramsey served as the director of the FBI Hostage Recovery Fusion Cell in the Counterterrorism Division at FBI Headquarters in Washington, D.C. Mr. Ramsey joined the FBI as a special agent in 1998 and was assigned to the Seattle Field Office. He wor ...
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Friday January 15, 2021
Oregon City Man Arrested After Report of Groping Woman Inside Store
OREGON CITY, Oregon - On January 14, 2021 just before noon, Oregon City Police received a 911 call from a woman reporting being sexually assaulted while standing in the checkout line at the Dollar Tree store. The suspect was immediately confronted by the woman and fled the store on foot. Officers met with the caller and determined a stranger intentionally and maliciously groped her. Police sa ...
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Friday January 15, 2021
Home-invasion heist of pistols, rifles at Clackamas apartment complex
Last week, deputies and K9 Coda busted an armed robbery in which three suspects stole several pistols and rifles from a Clackamas apartment. All stolen weapons were recovered.

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Friday January 15, 2021
Hospitals Support Gov. Brown's Decision to Delay Vaccine Eligibility Expansion
Following Governor Brown’s decision to postpone the expansion of the group eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine to include educators and those aged 65 and over, OAHHS President and CEO Becky Hultberg issued the following statement: “When the federal government announced this week that the full reserve of vaccine would be released to states and that Oregon would be offering doses to educator ...
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Friday January 15, 2021
Home Damaged by Fire in Cornelius
FOREST GROVE, Oregon - On Friday afternoon, Cornelius Firefighters were sent to a residential fire in the 1200 block of N Barlow Street. But firefighters were already aware of the fire before being alerted by dispatchers, this is because the fire station is located directly across from the incident location. A student volunteer noticed the smoke from the training room and alerted their captain, by ...
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Friday January 15, 2021
Grand Jury Returns a Not True Bill in Murder Investigation
PORTLAND, Oregon – Three months after a 22-year-old man was shot to death in Southeast Portland, a suspect was arrested for the crime. Dario Papa-Vicente was facing a 2nd-degree murder charge in the death of Noah Terry on October 24, Portland police said in a release. Today, Multnomah County District Attorney Mike Schmidt announced that the Multnomah County Grand Jury returned a not true bi ...
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Friday January 15, 2021
Oregon has first case of U.K. variant of COVID-19
PORTLAND, Oregon — Oregon Health Authority has been notified today that a person in Oregon, identified as a Multnomah County resident, has tested positive with the variant COVID-19 virus strain originally detected in the United Kingdom. This is the first identification in Oregon of the United Kingdom variant strain, also called strain B.1.1.7 or SARS-CoV-2 VOC 202012/01. The individual has no k ...
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Wednesday January 13, 2021
Only a Smokescreen? Big Tobacco Stands Down as Colorado and Oregon Hike Cigarette Taxes
Big Tobacco did something unusual in Marlboro Country last fall: It stood aside while Colorado voters approved the state’s first tobacco tax hike in 16 years. The industry, led by Altria Group, one of the world’s largest tobacco companies, has spent exorbitantly in the past to kill similar state ballot initiatives. In 2018, Altria’s lobbying arm spent more than $17 million to help defeat Montan ...
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Wednesday January 13, 2021
Children’s Mental Health Crisis Festers In Oregon
As Oregon grapples with the pandemic, a mental health crisis continues to rage in a state that has long had a shortage of options for parents who need for their children. Oregonians who have witnessed firsthand the inadequacies of the system shared their stories on Tuesday at an event organized by the Oregon Health Forum, an affiliate of The Lund Report. The virtual event focused on mental he ...
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Wednesday January 13, 2021
Forecasters warn of 'very large and life-threatening surf conditions' on Oregon Coast
COOS BAY, Ore. - A High Surf Warning is in effect through Wednesday morning for the South Coast as the highest tides of the winter hit the Oregon Coast. "Dangerously large breaking waves of 27 to 33 feet are expected," the National Weather Service in Medford said. "Beaches and coastlines will become hazardous due to very large and life-threatening surf conditions. Stay off of beaches, rocks, je ...
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Wednesday January 13, 2021
Oregon State Police preparing for potential protests at Capitol
SALEM, Ore. — Oregon State Police says troopers are monitoring potential protests at the Oregon Capitol ahead of President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration day next week in Washington, D.C. On Monday, the FBI said there is a potential for armed protests at state capitols across all 50 states leading up to Inauguration Day. Oregon Senate President Peter Courtney told KATU News on Monday that he ...
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Wednesday January 13, 2021
Oregonians age 65+ and teachers can get vaccinated against COVID-19 starting Jan. 23, governor says
Under pressure from federal officials, Gov. Kate Brown announced Tuesday that she’ll allow all Oregonians 65 and older to be eligible for COVID-19 vaccinations starting Jan. 23 -- at least a month earlier than expected. On her own accord, Brown also said she would allow childcare, preschool and K-12 school employees to start receiving vaccinations the same day, triggering what will be an unprec ...
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Wednesday January 13, 2021
More Oregon counties now deemed ‘extreme risk’ of COVID-19 spread
Gov. Kate Brown on Tuesday announced new coronavirus risk levels for counties across the state, shifting three additional counties on the coast and in eastern Oregon to the highest concern level. Twenty-six of Oregon’s 36 counties are now classified as an “extreme risk” to COVID-19 spread, the highest possible level. Baker Clatsop, Coos and Morrow counties were elevated to the highest risk l ...
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Wednesday January 13, 2021
I-84 Westbound expected to be open soon in eastern Oregon - UPDATE PHOTOS (Photo)
I-84 WESTBOUND freeway in eastern Oregon remains closed between Ontario and milepost 258, three miles west of La Grande. ODOT and hazardous materials crews are working to clean up spilled fuel from the roadway and shoulder, and move the damaged truck and trailer off the roadway. The route is expected to be open within the hour. The WESTBOUND freeway is closed in Ontario due to limit safe truck par ...
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Wednesday January 13, 2021
Oregon reports 1,203 new confirmed and presumptive COVID-19 cases, 54 new deaths
PORTLAND, Oregon — There are 54 new COVID-19 related deaths in Oregon, raising the state's death toll to 1,667, the Oregon Health Authority reported at 12:01 a.m. today. The high number of deaths serves as a reminder that the pandemic continues to pose a threat to our friends, neighbors, co-workers and communities.

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Wednesday January 13, 2021
Heavy rains lead to combined sewer overflow to the Willamette River
onight’s heavy rains caused Portland’s combined sewer system to overflow to the Willamette River at several outfalls downstream of Willamette Park. The overflow began around 9:45 p.m. and is ongoing. During an overflow and for 48 hours afterwards, the public is advised to avoid contact with the river because of increased bacteria in the water. During all other times, the river’s water quality ...
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Sunday January 10, 2021
Man Arrested After Shots Fired Through Apartment Walls
PORTLAND, Oregon - A suspect is facing numerous charges after firing a rifle inside a Buckman Neighborhood apartment, sending bullets into neighboring units and causing water damage from a sprinkler destroyed by gunfire. On Sunday, January 10, 2021 at 5:39a.m., Central Precinct officers were dispatched to numerous reports of shots being heard in the 1200 Block of Southeast Morrison Street. When ...
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Sunday January 10, 2021
Man Shot In The Back in the South Waterfront
PORTLAND, Oregon - Another shooting occurred on Sunday, January 10, 2021. Portland police arrived to a report of gunfire heard around the Ross Island Bridge. Officers then learned that a victim with a gunshot wound walked into a hotel in the 1400 block of Southwest Naito Parkway. Officers responded and determined that the victim, a 32-year-old male, had been shot in the back while in a car in the ...
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Sunday January 10, 2021
Woman Shot in Foot in Portsmouth Neighborhood
PORTLAND, Oregon - A woman is recovering from a gunshot wound in the foot after shots erupted in the Portsmouth Neighborhood. On Sunday, January 10, 2021 at 4:42a.m., police responded to a report that someone was shooting in the 9300 block of North Wall Avenue. Police discovered that a 65-year-old woman had a gunshot wound in the foot. She was taken to the hospital for treatment. Apparently ...
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Sunday January 10, 2021
Oregon reports 1,225 new confirmed and presumptive COVID-19 cases, 2 new deaths
PORTLAND, Oregon — COVID-19 has claimed 2 more lives in Oregon, raising the state’s death toll to 1,605 the Oregon Health Authority reported at 12:01 a.m. today.

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Sunday January 10, 2021
DA's Office to Continue Limited Operations After Sprinkler Head Ruptures at Courthouse
PORTLAND, Oregon – The Multnomah County District Attorney’s Office continues to work with numerous stakeholders after a sprinkler head ruptured at the Multnomah County Central Courthouse.

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Sunday January 10, 2021
On Saturday, January 9, 2021 at approximately 8:15 A.M., Oregon State Police Troopers and emergency personnel responded to a vehicle crash on Hwy 213 near S. Union Hall Rd. Preliminary investigation revealed a Toyota Tacoma, operated by Elina Inget (66) of Eagle Point, was northbound when it lost control on the icy road and collided with a southbound Freightliner box truck operated by Colby Ran ...

Sunday January 10, 2021
Now that interviews with the Washington County Major Crimes Team have been conducted, we can identify our officer from Wednesday’s officer-involved shooting. Ofc. Gabriel Maldonado, a 14-year veteran of the Tigard Police Department, is the officer who fired his weapon (DPSST #47256). He was immediately placed on paid critical incident leave pending the outcome of the investigation, which is sta ...

Saturday January 9, 2021
Man charged with manslaughter in death of 17-year-old girl
SALEM, Oregon - In following up to a fatal crash that occurred on August 7, 2020, Tristan Isaac Goodwin, age 19 of Newberg, has been arraigned at the Marion County Circuit Court Annex for manslaughter in the second degree, assault in the third degree and reckless driving. Goodwin turned himself in to Salem Police Traffic Team officers on Thursday. On August 7 at approximately 10:00 p.m., Goodwi ...
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Saturday January 9, 2021
Two Portland Children Missing
SALEM, Oregon - Oregon Department of Human Services (ODHS), Child Welfare Division, asks the public to help find Noelle Johnson, age 7, and Addyson Gibson, age 12, siblings who went missing with their caregivers Kashia Vann (mother to both children) and Gary Johnson (father to Noelle) from Portland on Sept. 28, 2020.

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Saturday January 9, 2021
Attempted Murder Suspect Arrested
WOODBURN, Oregon - On Friday, January 8, at approximately 5:00 p.m., Woodburn Police Department (WPD) Detectives, along with help from U.S. Marshals and the Marion County SWAT team, were able to locate and take into custody an attempted murder suspect. Aldo Vasquez Lozano, (photo included) a 21-year-old Hispanic male, was taken into custody after several months of eluding police and committing sev ...
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Saturday January 9, 2021
13 year old boy missing, police need your help
The Vancouver Police Department is asking for assistance in locating Nash Harrison Lee Modin. Nash is a 13 year old, Caucasian male, 5'6, 120lbs, with brown hair, and blue eyes. Nash was last seen wearing blue jeans, a gray Marvel superhero t-shirt with blue sleeves, black shoes, and a navy blue hooded sweatshirt wrapped around his waist. Anyone with information is asked to call 911 or 311. ...
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Saturday January 9, 2021
A Traffic Crash Leads to Felony Drug Arrest
On 01-08-21, around 5:45 pm., Milwaukie Police responded to a two-vehicle traffic crash at the intersection of SE Monroe Street and SE 37th Avenue. Police arrived and determined both drivers were uninjured, and both were cooperating with the initial investigation. At one point during the investigation, one of the drivers, identified as 32-year-old Michael David Douglas Mason, abruptly ran from ...
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