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Wednesday August 4, 2021
Oregon examines spyware investment amid controversy
SALEM, Oregon — The future ownership of an Israeli spyware company whose product has been used to hack into the cellphones of journalists, human rights workers and possibly even heads of state is up in the air. Major investors in a private equity firm that has majority ownership of NSO Group, the maker of the Pegasus spyware, are in discussions about what action to take. The Oregon state employ ...
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Wednesday August 4, 2021
One Person Shot In The Centennial Neighborhood
PORTLAND, Oregon - At about 2:30 PM on Wednesday afternoon, August 4, Portland Police were sent to a shooting in the 2600 block of Southeast 145th Avenue. Officers found a gunshot victim nearby where investigators believed the incident occurred. Medical personnel treated the victim then transported by ambulance to a hospital. Officers searched for evidence and witnesses in the area and establis ...
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Wednesday August 4, 2021
Newport Man Arrested for DUII Hit and Run Crash
NEWPORT, Oregon - On Saturday evening, July 31st at 10:15 pm Newport Officers responded to the 200 block of SE Bay Blvd on a report of a traffic crash. While officers were in route to the location, witnesses reported that the driver of the vehicle that caused the crash had fled from the scene, walking eastbound. Officers were able to locate the suspect and detain him a few blocks away. The sus ...
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Wednesday August 4, 2021
Detectives Seek Additional Victims in Rape Case
On August 4, 2021, Washington County Sheriff's Office detectives from the Violent Crimes Unit arrested 27-year-old Darby Martin of Cornelius for rape in the first degree, sex abuse in the first degree, delivery of a controlled substance, and encouraging child sex abuse. The charges stem from a two-month investigation where detectives identified two juvenile victims. Detectives are aware of one ...
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Wednesday August 4, 2021
State, local aid bottlenecks leave renters exposed
An attempt by House Democrats and the Biden administration to push governors and mayors to accelerate the release of billions of dollars in rental aid is meeting a harsh reality: Most localities are ill-equipped for the moment. Among the problems that states and cities face: Untested new infrastructure rife with red tape, local officials’ fears of being singled out for awarding funds to the wro ...
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Wednesday August 4, 2021
COVID-19 cases in Oregon surge, hospital beds filling fast
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — As COVID-19 cases continue to climb in Oregon, some counties — most where less than half of the area’s adult population is vaccinated — are experiencing their highest hospitalization numbers during the pandemic. Statewide coronavirus-related hospitalizations increased to 379 people on Tuesday, 39 more than the previous day. Some hospital officials, including those at Orego ...
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Tuesday August 3, 2021
LANE COUNTY, Oregon - Acting on leads developed during the investigation of the vandalism that occurred at a residence in the Santa Clara area on July 16th 2021, deputies were able to establish probable cause to apply for a search warrant to search another residence in the Santa Clara area. On Sunday, August 1st 2021, deputies executed this warrant and contacted at least one male believed to be i ...

Tuesday August 3, 2021
Oregon City Police Attempting To Locate Missing Person
OREGON CITY, Oregon - The Oregon City Police Department is seeking the public’s help in locating 68-year-old George Pickett. Late yesterday evening, Mr. Pickett walked away from his adult care facility in Oregon City. Mr. Pickett is six feet two inches tall, approximately 160 pounds, with short black hair and a trimmed beard. He was last known to be wearing a white t-shirt and no shoes. Mr. ...
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Tuesday August 3, 2021
Police lookin for woman after she grabbed escaped tortoise
WILSONVILLE, Oregon - The Wilsonville Police Department is asking for the public's help to find a missing tortoise that crawled out of a pet store on July 9 and was then taken from a nearby intersection by an unknown woman. Deputies contracted to Wilsonville PD responded to the Critter Cabana pet store around 1:15 p.m. on Friday, July 9. A sales associate told deputies that a 30-year-old, 25-po ...
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Tuesday August 3, 2021
Man Caught Masturbating Outside Children's Bedroom
BEAVERTON, Oregon - n Sunday morning just after midnight, a prowler was caught masturbating in front of children at the Reedville Meadows Apartments located at 2867 SW 209th Avenue in Beaverton. The apartment complex is part of the Enhanced Sheriff's Patrol District (ESPD). Deputies were told a man was looking into the bedroom window of a three-year-old and one-year-old child while masturbating. ...
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Monday August 2, 2021
Gervais Man Killed in Crash in Northern Marion County
SALEM, Oregon - At 1:00 p.m. yesterday, a there was a crash on Waypark Drive NE east of Howell Prairie Road NE in northern Marion County. Police located a 2019 Chevrolet Corvette which had collided with a 2005 Ford Explorer. Tragically the passenger in the Chevrolet Corvette did not survive the crash. Both drivers sustained what are believed to be minor injuries and were transported to a local h ...
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Monday August 2, 2021
Republican report says coronavirus leaked from China lab; scientists still probing origins
WASHINGTON, Aug 2 (Reuters) - A preponderance of evidence proves the virus that caused the COVID-19 pandemic leaked from a Chinese research facility, said a report by U.S. Republicans released on Monday, a conclusion that U.S. intelligence agencies have not reached. The report also cited "ample evidence" that Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV) scientists - aided by U.S. experts and Chinese and U ...
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Monday August 2, 2021
Lockdown in Brisbane extended as army patrols Sydney to enforce COVID curbs
SYDNEY, Aug 2 (Reuters) - Australia's Queensland state on Monday extended a COVID-19 lockdown in Brisbane, while soldiers began patrolling Sydney to enforce stay-at-home rules as Australia struggles to stop the highly contagious Delta variant of the coronavirus spreading. Queensland said it had detected 13 new locally acquired COVID-19 cases in the past 24 hours - the biggest one-day rise the s ...
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Sunday August 1, 2021
Evacuations lifted as progress made against western fires
BLY, Oregon (AP) — Firefighters in Oregon reported good progress in the battle against the nation’s largest wildfire, while authorities canceled evacuation orders near a major blaze in Northern California. Containment of the Bootleg Fire in remote southern Oregon was up to 74% on Sunday. It was 56% contained a day earlier. “That reflects several good days of work on the ground where crews ha ...
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Sunday August 1, 2021
Masks required in Oregon schools and state agency buildings
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — It has been a month since Oregon lifted statewide coronavirus-related restrictions, but this week Gov. Kate Brown has announced the reimplementation of mask requirements in schools and state agency buildings. The return of some mask mandates in Oregon follows a surge in COVID-19 cases — that officials warn may significantly worsen over the next month — and updated masking ...
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Sunday August 1, 2021
Gov. Kate Brown discusses vaccine mandates, face mask requirements, the recent heat wave and more
SALEM, Ore. — Oregon Gov. Kate Brown sat down with KGW's Cristin Severance to talk about the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, vaccine mandates and the state's response during the recent heat wave that killed over 100 Oregonians. Editor's Note: Portions of this interview have been edited for clarity. Is another mask mandate coming? Severance: Let's start with masks. When we walked in the buildin ...
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Sunday August 1, 2021
Where could Oregon see vaccine mandates?
OREGON, USA — The state of Oregon and various public employers are considering COVID-19 vaccine mandates as positive cases and hospitalizations again trend upward. However, some laws and exemptions stand in the way of making such mandates as wide-reaching as health officials want. Oregon is the only state in the country with a law that prevents hospitals from requiring the vaccine. Stac ...
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Sunday August 1, 2021
Shooting leaves 1 dead in Gresham parking lot
PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — One person was shot and killed Saturday morning in a parking lot in Gresham, police said. Officers were responding to an unrelated call when they heard gunfire across the street in the parking lot of 1509 NE 181st Ave., the Gresham Police Department said. Officers rushed to the scene and found a male victim who was dead. The victim’s name has not been released... ...
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Sunday August 1, 2021
PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — Life Flight was activated Saturday evening after a person fell while hiking Multnomah Falls Trail, firefighters said. Firefighters responded to the trail after the person fell about 40 feet, according to Corbett Fire. No other details are available at this time. KOIN 6 News is working to learn more. ...

Sunday August 1, 2021
70-year-old Mom and Grandmother, Cindi Fisher, and allies, will be in front of Western State Hospital (WSH) Tuesday, August 2, 2021. They will be demanding Siddharta Fisher be released immediately under the discharge plan that the WSH Case Consult Team agreed upon on Thursday, June 24. Mom Cindi will be on Day 31 of a Hunger Strike to Free Siddharta. She also wants to draw attention to the pub ...

Sunday August 1, 2021
Victim in Keizer hit-and-run identified; suspect in police shooting remains hospitalized
KEIZER, Ore. — The Oregon State Police on Saturday released the names of those involved in a police shooting and fatal hit-and-run in Keizer. The deadly incident happened on Wednesday night, July 28. Keizer Police said officers first responded to a report of a suspicious vehicle shortly before 9 p.m. that night. They soon learned that the car was stolen. Police said a man exchanged gunfire with ...
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Saturday July 31, 2021
At approximately 1:47 p.m. on July 30th, 2021, a 911 caller reported a pedestrian had been struck by a vehicle on Silverton Road NE west of Lancaster Drive NE. When first responders arrived at the scene they located a 33-year-old female with serious injuries. The female was transported to an area hospital by ambulance where she remains in critical condition. The driver of the vehicle involved ...

Saturday July 31, 2021
Missing Person from Florence Area
A family member reported to the Lane County Sheriff’s Office that on July 29,2021 , 71 year old Ronald Kenneth Aduddel had left his residence in the 87000blk of Hwy. 101 near Florence and did not return as anticipated. He was last seen on that date at about 12:00pm. Aduddel is described as a white male adult standing approximately 6’00” and weighing approximately 220lbs. He has gray hair, gre ...
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Saturday July 31, 2021
Shooting suspects apprehended after chase
On July 23,2021 the Lane County Sheriff’s Office responded to the area of N. Morningstar Rd. and Enterprise Rd. in Pleasant Hill after receiving reports that shots had been fired. A silver Volkswagen Golf and a 2001 Silver Mitsubishi car were observed fleeing the area moments later. On July 31, 2021 at around 8:30am a Trooper with the Oregon State Police spotted a vehicle matching the descri ...
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Saturday July 31, 2021
Man Arrested After Violent Assault of Roommate
On Friday, July 30, 2021, at 1:47 p.m., Washington County Sheriff’s Office deputies responded to a disturbance with a weapon in the 4500 block of Mueller Drive in the community of Aloha, which is part of the Enhanced Sheriff’s Patrol District (ESPD). 70-year-old, David Craft, called to report that he had just stabbed his female roommate. Craft was arrested without incident. The victim was loca ...
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Saturday July 31, 2021
Gresham Police Investigating Deadly Shooting
Gresham, Oregon - Gresham Police responded to reports of a shooting at about 8:00 a.m. in the parking lot of 1509 NE 181st Ave. Gresham Police Officers were on an unrelated call for service when they heard gunfire across the street within a very close proximity. Officers responded to the area of the shooting quickly and located a male deceased from apparent gunfire. Detectives with ...
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Saturday July 31, 2021
Portland bans homeless camps in forest areas amid wildfires
PORTLAND, Oregon (AP) — Portland, Oregon, has banned homeless people from camping in forested parks to both protect them from potential wildfires and prevent them from accidentally starting blazes during a summer of drought and record-breaking heat. The City Council adopted the rule Wednesday for “high-risk hazard zones,” including in and around Portland’s famous Forest Park and in heavily fore ...
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Saturday July 31, 2021
Jayson Harrison Burton Found Guilty in Child Sexual Abuse Case
HILLSBORO, Oregon - On July 28, 2021, after deliberating for less than thirty minutes, a Washington County jury found Jayson Harrison Burton, age 38, guilty of third-degree rape and second-degree sexual abuse. Deputy District Attorney Rayney Meisel prosecuted this case before Judge Charles Bailey. The victim was 14 years old when she ran away from her home in the state of Washington. She calle ...
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Saturday July 31, 2021
24-year-old Joseph Robert Sipe was apparently murdered by a blunt and sharp object. His family was notified. On May 25, 2021 Portland Police Bureau Homicide Detectives, the Portland Fire Bureau, the Multnomah County Medical Examiner's Office, and the Multnomah County District Attorney's Office initiated a death investigation at a transient camp at Northeast 78th Avenue and Northeast Schuyler St ...

Saturday July 31, 2021
Officers Seize Gun and Drugs on a Welfare Check Call
PORTLAND, Oregon - A large amount of drugs and money were seized while officers were conducting a welfare check in a vehicle. On Tuesday at about 11 AM, Central Precinct officers responded to a welfare check call on two individuals partially conscious in a still running vehicle at West Burnside Street and Southwest 20th Avenue. As the officers approached, they could see the handle of a pistol i ...
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