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Tuesday August 7, 2012
Shady Grove woman sentenced for Crock Pot assault
MEDFORD, Ore. (AP) — A Shady Grove woman who dumped a Crock Pot of hot water on her boyfriend pleaded guilty Monday in Jackson County Circuit Court to assault and recklessly endangering another. The judge sentenced 51-year-old Terry Lynn Hatfield to three years' probation and ordered her to stay away from intoxicants and the victim. The Mail Tribune reports (http://is.gd/kIvqmT ) the man who ...
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Tuesday August 7, 2012
Burglar learns don't mess with Medford woman
MEDFORD, Ore. (AP) — A Medford woman who caught a burglar in her home says he was begging her to call police after the beating she gave him. Kathlene Brown says she found the man in her bedroom when she returned from work Early Sunday. She says she punched him in the face, grabbed him by the ears and knocked him in the head with her knee. The Mail Tribune reports (http://is.gd/t33yDt ) the f ...
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Monday August 6, 2012
Woman killed in Happy Valley double shooting
HAPPY VALLEY, Oregon — Authorities in Clackamas County say they're seeking a man suspected in the fatal shooting of a Happy Valley woman at her home 33-year-old Jason D. Hogan was living in the home with the woman's daughter, who also was injured. The woman was identified as 52-year-old Norma Jean Perrone. Her daughter is 29-year-old Gina Marie Perrone. She was taken to the hospital. A sp ...
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Monday August 6, 2012
Two shot in Happy Valley; suspect at large
On August 5, 2012 at 1041pm Clackamas County 911 received a call from a female saying both she her mother had been had been shot at their residence on SE Hobart Court in Happy Valley. A short time later others in the area called in reporting hearing gun shots. Clackamas County Deputies responded to the scene. It was unclear if the shooter was still at the location. They searched the residence a ...
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Monday August 6, 2012
Man dies in traffic Crash off Highway 20 east of Albany
Oregon State Police are continuing the investigation in Saturday afternoon's motorcycle-involved traffic crash that resulted in the death of a Salem-area couple on Highway 20 east of Sweet Home. The victims' names are released in this update. According to Trooper Casey Hunter, on August 4, 2012 at approximately 3:14 p.m., a 2008 Harley Davidson motorcycle operated by EDMUND ALEXANDER COTE, age ...
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Monday August 6, 2012
Fatal Traffic Crash - Highway 199 south of Grants Pass
Oregon State Police (OSP) troopers are continuing the investigation into Saturday night's single vehicle traffic crash on Highway 199 south of Grants Pass that resulted in the death of a 61-year old woman and injuries to the vehicle's driver. The names of both persons are released in this update. According to Sergeant Jeff Allison, on August 4, 2012 at approximately 9:39 p.m. a 2006 Chevrolet p ...
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Monday August 6, 2012
Serious Injury Traffic Crash - Highway 20 east of Albany
Oregon State Police (OSP) troopers are continuing the investigation into the cause of a three-vehicle crash along Highway 20 east of Albany that seriously injured an Albany-area woman. According to Senior Trooper Steve Webster, on August 5, 2012 at approximately 2:30 p.m. a 1987 Plymouth station wagon driven by LINDA M. COWDREY, age 64, from Albany, was westbound on Highway 20 near milepost 10. ...
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Monday August 6, 2012
Thousands without power after central Oregon storms
BEND, Oregon — Summer thunderstorms have swept through central Oregon, pounding the area with heavy rain and hail and knocking out power to thousands of customers in Jefferson County. A sheriff's dispatcher said that some areas had been without power for at least an hour by around 9:30 p.m. Sunday. Pacific Power says hundreds of customers in Klamath Falls and Medford were in the dark, and th ...
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Sunday August 5, 2012
Supreme Court censures former Polk County judge
SALEM, Oregon — The Oregon Supreme Court has censured former Polk County Circuit Court Judge Fred Avera for deciding a divorce case two and a half years after it was filed. ...
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Sunday August 5, 2012
Double Fatal Motorcycle-Involved Traffic Crash - Highway 20 east of Albany
Oregon State Police (OSP) troopers are continuing the investigation in Saturday afternoon's motorcycle-involved traffic crash that resulted in the death of a Salem-area couple on Highway 20 east of Sweet Home. The victims' names will be released Sunday to allow family additional time for notifications. According to Trooper Casey Hunter, on August 4, 2012 at approximately 3:14 p.m., a 2008 Harle ...
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Saturday August 4, 2012
Shooting Investigation in North Portland's Piedmont Neighborhood
Gang Enforcement Team detectives are continuing to investigate the circumstances of Friday night's non-injury shooting in the Piedmont Neighborhood. One of the adults inside the residence was identified 28-year-old Stewart Nathaniel Staples, a resident of the apartment. During a search of his apartment, officers located an SKS assault rifle and 100 rounds of ammunition. Further investigation re ...
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Saturday August 4, 2012
State releases results of new school ranking system
SALEM - Oregon unveiled new ratings for nearly every school in the state Friday, part of a new evaluation system that replaces ratings under the No Child Left Behind federal education law. The new ratings are based largely on how much students improve their reading and math skills from year to year. Under the old system, schools were measured based on whether their students passed or failed sta ...
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Saturday August 4, 2012
Ore. man, 76, thanks teen who saved life with CPR
MILWAUKIE, Ore. (AP) — A 76-year-old Oregon man got tears in his eyes when he thanked the 19-year-old stranger who saved his life with what a doctor calls "perfect CPR." Earlier this week, Jim Alexander collapsed while mowing the lawn at his home in the Portland suburb of Milwaukie. Gabe Shallouf was driving by with his mother when he spotted the man, ran to his side and began CPR. Dr. Phill ...
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Friday August 3, 2012
Judge says Oregon death row inmate can reject reprieve
SALEM, Ore. (AP) — A condemned inmate who says he wants to die can reject a reprieve from the death penalty issued by Oregon's governor, a judge ruled Friday in a case that probes the limits on the governor's power. Circuit Court Senior Judge Timothy Alexander ruled that convicted killer Gary Haugen is not required to accept clemency from Gov. John Kitzhaber. The governor's office says an appea ...
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Friday August 3, 2012
Epic court battle set for woman who saved dog but refused its return
CORVALLIS, Oregon — A woman involved in a heated custody battle over a 2-year-old Siberian husky-shepherd made her first court appearance on a first-degree theft charge. Twenty-year-old Oregon State University student Jordan Biggs didn't speak Thursday and didn't enter a plea. She was accompanied by her lawyer, Geordie Duckler. He said after the hearing in Corvallis that his client is innocent. ...
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Friday August 3, 2012
30 people arrested in  multi-agency Oregon drug bust
PENDLETON, Oregon — Police say nearly 30 people have been arrested and drugs and guns seized in a multi-agency investigation of what's described as a drug trafficking organization that operated in Oregon and Washington. Pendleton, Ore., Police Chief Stuart Roberts says more than 100 law enforcement officers from federal, state and local agencies fanned out Thursday in northeast Oregon and south ...
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Thursday August 2, 2012
Portland Habitat for Humanity Receives $1.88 million of NMTC Funding
PORTLAND, Oregon - Habitat for Humanity Portland/Metro East is one of 11 Habitat affiliates in 10 states to share $22 million of New Markets Tax Credits (NMTC) funding. Nationally this will help build 198 Habitat homes in West Virginia, Texas, Tennessee, Oregon, Arizona, Wisconsin, Florida, Ohio, North Carolina and California. In Oregon, the Portland affiliate will use its $1,880,000 Qualified Low ...
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Thursday August 2, 2012
Stranded man walks 20 miles near Prineville
PRINEVILLE, Oregon — A 60-year-old man whose pickup ran out of gas on a forest road east of Prineville walked 20 miles over two days before he was found by his brothers. The Crook County sheriff's office and search and rescue volunteers also had been looking for David Whitson of La Grande. Undersheriff John Gautney says Whitson was scraped and dehydrated Wednesday but otherwise in good shape. ...
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Thursday August 2, 2012
Task Force police lieutenant resigns amid investigation
MEDFORD, Oregon — A police lieutenant who leads the Southern Oregon High-Tech Crimes Task Force has resigned amid an investigation. Jackson County District Attorney Mark Huddleton announced the resignation Wednesday but declined to provide any details about the allegations against Josh Moulin, who was a member of the Central Point Police Department. To avoid potential conflicts of interest, ...
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Thursday August 2, 2012
Police shooter gets 35-year sentence in Portland
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — An apology from a gunman who wounded two Portland police officers last year did not sway two key figures in a Multnomah County courtroom — an officer who was hit and the judge who handed down a 35-year prison sentence. Ralph Clyde Turner, 62, opened fire on Portland police officers responding to a 9-1-1 call that he was suicidal. Turner, who was inside his girlfriend's dup ...
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Thursday August 2, 2012
Portland mother says she strangled daughter to rescue her from World's Evil.
HILLSBORO, Oregon — A 39-year-old woman has admitted in court that she strangled her 11-year-old daughter in their suburban Portland home on June 2 2011, in what doctors say was a psychotic break. After Kristina Buckley's admission Wednesday, prosecutors and defense lawyers asked Washington County Circuit Court Judge Suzanne Upton to determine whether the woman was guilty of aggravated murder ...
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Wednesday August 1, 2012
Aloha Woman Endangers Children, charged wtih Drunk Driving
ALOHA, Oregon - Early Sunday morning, a concerned citizen contacted the Washington County Sheriff's Office to report a possible drunk driver. When the suspect was arrested for DUII, she had her four children in the car with her. The caller reported the vehicle they were following was speeding up, slowing down, stopping in the middle of the highway and swerving from lane to lane. A few miles ...
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Wednesday August 1, 2012
Salem Police Mourn Loss of Retired Canine Jack
It is with great sadness that the Salem Police Department announces the passing of retired canine Jack on July 9, 2012. Jack was 11-years old and had a very productive six year career with his handler, Officer Sean Cooper. Jack was a Belgian Malinois, born in May 2001. He earned an IPO-3 Title and was imported to the United States from Holland by Adlerhorst International in November 2004. Offic ...
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Wednesday August 1, 2012
Man armed with a gun threatens to kill people
PORTLAND, Oregon - On Wednesday, August 1, 2012 at 2:49 a.m. Portland Police officers assigned to Central Precinct responded to Northwest Third and Couch on reports of a man armed with a silver handgun threatening to kill people. The initial information in the call indicated that a subject armed with a handgun was parked in front of the Old Town Precinct in a white sedan and had pointed the gun ...
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Wednesday August 1, 2012
Fines against Medford police leaders dismissed
MEDFORD, Oregon — The Oregon secretary of state has dismissed $75 fines levied against Medford's current and former police chiefs for their comments about a medical marijuana initiative. Current Chief Tim George and former chief Randy Schoen, who retired last year, were fined by the Elections Division for comments they made to the Mail Tribune in 2010 about Measure 74. The measure to license m ...
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Wednesday August 1, 2012
Portland demonstrators told to move their stuff
PORTLAND, Oregon — Occupy Portland demonstrators who have been camping outside Portland City Hall have been told to move their belongings by 8 a.m. Wednesday or police will take it away. Police handed out notices says the sleeping bags, containers and signs on the sidewalk are a public nuisance. There were about 20 people camped in front of City Hall Tuesday night and about 30 on the Chapman ...
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Tuesday July 31, 2012
Rogue River marijuana grower robbed at gunpoint
ROGUE RIVER, Oregon — Jackson County authorities arrested three Grants Pass residents accused of robbing a medical marijuana grower at gunpoint. 28-year-old Joseph Callas, 22-year-old William Sandlin and 19-year-old Brooke Villa-Stanton were wet to court Monday on burglary and robbery charges. Deputies responded to the grower's Rogue River home early Saturday. The grower told them two men we ...
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Monday July 30, 2012
Suspect in stolen car pursuit rams deputy's car, flees on foot
On July 29, 2012, just after 6:34 a.m., on Hwy 213 near S Eldorado Road, a Clackamas County Sheriffs Office deputy on his way to work saw a Kia Sorrento driving erratically and tried to stop the car to investigate. The suspect driver immediately drove off and the deputy followed. The suspect drove down several roads in the Mulino area attempting to lose the deputy. At one point the suspec ...
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Sunday July 29, 2012
Portland police investigate officer-involved shooting
The officer involved is Officer Justin Clary who is a ten year veteran of the Portland Police Bureau and he is assigned to North Precinct. The deceased man has been identified as 28-year-old Billy Wayne Simms. Portland Police Bureau Detectives and the Forensic Evidence Division worked late into the night investigating this incident processing the crime scene and interviewing over 30 citizen ...
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Sunday July 29, 2012
Man grabs women walking in Hoyt Arboretum
On Sunday July 29, 2012 at 11:09 a.m. Portland Police officers assigned to Central Precinct responded to Hoyt Arboretum which is located at 4000 Southwest Fairview on a call on a man that just grabbed a women walking. Officers arrived on scene and learned that the suspect a white male in 30's, 5'9 inches tall, medium build, crew cut brown hair, had acne on his face and was last seen wearing a n ...
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