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KRISTINA ROSA CAMPOS

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DCSO JAILVIEWER 164.315 - ARSON 2ND DEG  Level:   F 164.335 - RECKLESS BURNING  Level:   M 164.365 - CRIMINAL MISCHIEF 1ST DEG  Level:   F Mugshot from a previous arrest                   Click Here To Download Our App

FIREFIGHTERS RESPOND TO I5 CRASH INVOLVING SEVEN MOTOR VEHICLES

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Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue At 3:55 p.m. today, multiple callers reported a crash on the Interstate 5 northbound Nyberg Street off-ramp. Initially, it was reported that one vehicle was on its top, and the driver was entrapped. As Tualatin Police arrived, they communicated to firefighters that multiple vehicles were involved and that a second patient was entrapped in a vehicle that came to rest on its side. The first-arriving crew assessed the total number of patients and their status to prioritize the most critical. They also pulled a hose line as gas and fumes leaked from multiple vehicles. TVF&R’s truck and heavy rescue crews arrived and focused on the extrication of the two patients who were entrapped in two separate vehicles. Due to the precarious position and proximity of the two vehicles, they worked first to stabilize the vehicles utilizing a system of struts and shoring devices. Additional fire crews arrived to check and treat patients in the other four vehicles. Than

JMET SERVES SEARCH WARRANT FRONTAGE RD IN WOLF CREEK

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Josephine Co. Sheriff's Office On May 20, 2024, the Josephine Marijuana Enforcement Team (JMET) with the assistance of Josephine County Public Health & Building Safety, executed a search warrant in the 900 block of North Frontage Road, Wolf Creek, regarding an illegal indoor marijuana grow site. During the execution of the warrant, over 200 marijuana starter plants were seized and destroyed.  The property also had multiple electrical, water, and solid waste code violations. These violations could result in the criminal forfeiture of the property.  Kari Davis was taken into custody and lodged in the Josephine County Jail for Unlawful Manufacturing of Marijuana, Unlawful Possession of Marijuana, and Unlawful Delivery of Marijuana. At the time of this press release the investigation is ongoing and no further details are being released.                 Click Here To Download Our App

DEPUTIES ARREST ARMED FELON AFTER SHOOTING OUTSIDE JUNCTION CITY

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Lane Co. Sheriff's Office On May 19th at about 1:30 p.m., Lane County Sheriff's deputies responded to a report of a dispute with shots fired in the 28700 block of Bailey Lane, south of Junction City. Investigation determined David Lynn Parker, 69, drove to the location while intoxicated to confront several Hispanic workers about a perceived theft.   Parker pointed a rifle at a worker and fired several times, injuring him. The worker then struck Parker, knocking him unconscious, and secured the firearm. Parker also made racially derogatory comments about the victims.   Parker was evaluated for his injury then lodged at the Lane County Jail on charges of Assault in the Second Degree, Bias Crime in the First Degree x3, Menacing x4, Felon in Possession of a Firearm, Unlawful Use of a Weapon x3, Reckless Endangering x4, Coercion, and DUII. Parker was still in custody as of May 21st.                    Click Here To Download Our App

DONALD RAY BROTHERS

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DCSO JAILVIEWER 164.045 - THEFT 2ND DEG  Level:   M 162.385 - FALSE INFORMATION TO A POLICE OFFICER  Level:   M 000.998 - AGENCY HOLD - MIS  Level:   M 811.700 - FAIL TO PERFORM DUTIES OF A DRIVER - PROPERTY DAMAGE (HIT & RUN)  Level:   M 811.705 - FAIL TO PERFORM DUTIES OF DRIVER TO INJURED PERSONS - (HIT & RUN)  Level:   F 811.182.4 - DRIVING WHILE SUSPENDED OR REVOKED DWS  Level:   M 133.747 - FUGITIVE FROM OTHER STATE 133.747 - FUGITIVE FROM OTHER STATE                             Click Here To Download Our App

PASSENGER DIES IN SINGLE-VEHICLE COLLISION

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Salem Police Department Salem, Ore.  — At approximately 8:30 a.m. today, callers reported a vehicle collision near the intersection of  Croisan Creek RD and Roberta AV S . The Salem Police Traffic Team and other emergency responders arrived at the scene to find a car crashed into a power pole and tree leaving downed electrical line across Croisan Creek RD.  The preliminary investigation by the Traffic Team revealed the driver of the car, Richard Gary Brunkal of Salem, was traveling southbound on Croisan Creek RD when he was unable to maintain control of the vehicle. The compact crossover car he was driving left the right shoulder of the roadway and sheared off a utility pole and struck two trees before stopping. Officers performed lifesaving measures for the passenger before paramedics arrived; however, the passenger, Judith Ann Brunkal, age 84 of Salem, was pronounced deceased. The 82 year old driver is cooperating with the investigation. No arrest or citations have been issued at thi

HIKER DIES AFTER FALL IN THE COLUMBIA RIVER GORGE

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Multnomah Co. Sheriff's Office On Sunday, May 19, 2024, at approximately 4:20 p.m., Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office (MCSO) deputies responded to a call that a hiker had fallen from a cliff west of the Horsetail Falls trailhead. When deputies arrived, another hiker was performing CPR. Cascade Locks Fire & EMS personnel arrived and pronounced the hiker deceased at approximately 4:35 p.m. The deceased hiker is identified as 22-year-old Elisha Angelic Macias, of Hillsboro, Oregon.  Macias was hiking with friends on the Oneonta Trail. MCSO deputies determined, at some point, Macias separated herself from the group and went off trail. No one in the group saw her fall. It is estimated that she fell 50-60 feet. Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office Search and Rescue (MCSOSAR) activated to assist the Multnomah County Medical Examiner in recovering the hiker’s body, and volunteers with Trauma Intervention Program Northwest (TIPNW) responded to provide trauma-informed resources and care for

OSP SEEKING PUBLIC ASSISTANCE REGARDING WOLF SHOT AND KILLED IN GRANT COUNTY

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Oregon State Police GRANT COUNTY, Ore. 20 May 2024  – The Oregon State Police Fish & Wildlife Division is seeking the public’s help in identifying the person(s) responsible for shooting and killing a wolf in Grant County.  On Monday, May 19, 2024, the Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife (ODFW) notified OSP’s Fish & Wildlife Division a mortality signal had been received from a collared wolf from the Logan Valley Pack.  OSP Fish & Wildlife troopers responded to the scene with ODFW personnel and found a deceased yearling male wolf which died from an apparent gunshot wound. The deceased wolf was found on private property adjacent to County Road 62 near milepost 11, approximately 11 miles southeast of Prairie City.  The preliminary investigation indicated the wolf was likely shot from the roadway between the late evening on May 18, 2024, and the early morning hours of May 19, 2024.  Anyone with information regarding this case is urged to contact OSP Fish and Wildlife Senior

JAIR LEYVA NORIEGA CONVICTED OF MANSLAUGHTER FOR ROLE AS DRUG DEALER IN DEADLY OVERDOSE

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Washington Co. District Attorney's Office HILLSBORO, Ore- On May 15, 2024, Washington County Circuit Court Judge Andrew Erwin found Jair Leyva Noriega, age 21, guilty of Manslaughter in the Second Degree and Unlawful Delivery of a Schedule II Controlled Substance to a Minor in a bench trial. He was sentenced to 75 months in prison which will run consecutively to a prior sentence of 13 months in prison on domestic violence-related charges, for a combined prison sentence of 88 total months. Senior Deputy District Attorney Andrew Freeman prosecuted this case.  This verdict is a rare occurrence in Oregon. Unlike some states and federal law, Oregon does not have a crime that specifically addresses drug dealers who cause overdose deaths. Sometimes the crime of criminally negligent homicide or manslaughter can be charged. However, those cases are rare and require specific evidence. To date, the Washington County DA’s Office is aware of only two other manslaughter convictions in Oregon of

NEAR MISS ON THE WILLAMETTE RIVER IN EUGENE

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Eugene Springfield Fire Eugene, OR.  Eugene Springfield Fire responded to swimmers in distress near the low head dam on the Willamette River in Glenwood  Saturday afternoon .  Crews were alerted to the water rescue call  at 3:19 PM and the first land based fire crews arrived 5 minutes later to guide the water rescue boats.  In all, 7 college age males were assisted following a near drowning incident involving the defunct dam and debris in it.  The individuals were floating the river in non-rated floatation devices without wearing life jackets.  Some of all of the swimmers were forced under the water due to currents and obstacles called strainers.  Most were washed down stream from the dam while one was able to escape the churning current by grabbing a branch to pull himself up concrete wall.  The low head dam is a dangerous obstacle in the waterway on a good day.  With cold water, changing flows and debris caught on the dam, it is much more dangerous.  We recommend recreating on the ri

PERSON FOUND DECEASED IN HOUSE FIRE IN ALOHA

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Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue At 12:00 p.m., a 911 caller reported smoke coming from the window of a home in the 6000 block of Southwest Zabaco Terrace in Aloha. The caller rang the doorbell and attempted to find out if anyone was inside, but no one answered.  Shortly thereafter, fire crews arrived and saw smoke venting from a window on the home's second story. Crews quickly made entry and located a fire in a bedroom. As they knocked down the flames, firefighters also thoroughly searched the structure. Unfortunately, they located one deceased occupant. A TVF&R chaplain was dispatched to provide on-scene counseling and support as needed.  During the fire attack and while searching for occupants, firefighters found it difficult to maneuver due to an extensive number of personal items inside the home. Firefighters successfully stopped the fire from spreading to other parts of the home. Fire investigators were dispatched to the scene and are working to determine the cause of th

ADAM VAL MORNINGSTAR

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DCSO JAILVIEWER 164.043 - THEFT 3RD DEG  Level:   M 163.195 - RECKLESSLY ENDANGERING ANOTHER PERSON  Level:   M 164.365 - CRIMINAL MISCHIEF 1ST DEG  Level:   F                            Click Here To Download Our App

Kile Elder Arrested for Multiple Crimes Including Burglary and Theft in Coos County

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Coos County Sheriff's Office On May 11th, 2024, Sergeant J. Clayburn engaged with a burglary victim from an incident on April 24th at North Ten Mile Lake, collecting initial details. Deputy R. Baker obtained further information and game camera images from the victim the following day, revealing Kile Elder (28) as the suspect with his vehicle. The property had been forcibly entered by cutting through two gates and the residence’s side with a Sawzall, leading to the theft of various items. Deputy Baker discovered Mr. Elder owned a property in Douglas County. Although Mr. Elder was absent, a Douglas County Deputy verified his identity from the game camera images, and stolen goods were found on-site. Probable Cause for Mr. Elder’s arrest was issued by Deputy Baker, who promptly notified law enforcement agencies of the search for Mr. Elder. Later that evening, around 8:00 pm, the North Bend Police Department informed Deputy Baker of Mr. Elder’s potential location in response to the Prob

GRESHAM POLICE SEARCHING FOR 14-YEAR-OLD RUNAWAY

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Gresham Police Dept UPDATE DATE:  E ndangered Runaway, Kaleb Bolin-Moore, has been located and is home safe. Gresham, Ore.— Gresham Police is asking for the public’s assistance in locating a 14 year old runaway who is considered endangered because he is missing his anti-seizure medication. Kaleb Bolin Moore, 14, left his home in the 2400 block of NE Division St., in Gresham, last night without permission. Kaleb may have gone to a friend’s house in the area.    Kaleb is described by his family as 5-feet and 7-inches tall and weighs 170 pounds. He has black hair and brown eyes. Kaleb was last seen wearing a black hooded sweatshirt, grey sweatpants, and white shoes.   Anyone who knows of Kaleb’s whereabouts is asked to call 911.                  Click Here To Download Our App

2ND ALRM FIRE DESTROY ADULT FOSTER CARE HOME

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Lebanon Fire District At Approximately 1:21 AM Lebanon Fire District was dispatched to the report of a structure fire at an adult foster care home. BC31 arrived on scene to a two-story home that was well involved in fire. The owners of the adult foster home stated that there was still someone inside the structure. BC31 upgraded the fire to a second alarm fire, requesting additional resources from across the county. The first arriving engine and medic unit forced their way through a locked door to search the room for the missing victim. The victim was located and removed from the burning building and then emergently transported to Lebanon Community Hospital. Hot embers from the fire were being blown across the street and started another structure on fire. A single engine was able to quickly extinguish the second fire and return to the original fire. The crews remained on scene for several hours extinguishing the fire. The fire is currently under investigation. Lebanon Fire District rece

POSSIBLE MISSING PERSON -- ROGUE RIVER TRAIL

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Josephine Co. Sheriff's Office On Friday May 17, 2024 at approximately 4:44 pm, Josephine County Sheriff’s Office received a citizen report of a backpack and dog leash that was found on the Rogue River Trail and there appeared to be no sign of a person or dog in the area.  The reporting party stated that they noticed the backpack on their way down the trail. Upon seeing the backpack and belongings still in place later that afternoon on their way out, the citizen made a report to the Sheriff’s Office. On Saturday May 18, 2024, a Josephine County Sheriff’s Office deputy hiked the trail and located the backpack on the trail approximately 1 mile south of the Grave Creek Boat Ramp. A search with verbal callouts did not locate a person or dog.  Additionally, a drone was utilized to try to locate the owner. Further investigation revealed the backpack has possibly been in that location since Wednesday May 15, 2024. The contents of the backpack suggested the owner was preparing to start a m

MAN ARRESTED FOR INAPPROPRIATE CONDUCT IN CITY LIBRARY

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Washington Co. Sheriff's Office On Tuesday, May 7, 2024, Sheriff’s Office deputies serving the City of Cornelius responded to reports of inappropriate behavior by a man inside the city library. The concerning information involved a man seen masturbating at a table in an area where minors were present. Staff from the library contacted the police.  Investigators gained access to video footage depicting inappropriate behavior on May 1, 2024, by the man in close proximity to minors. There is concern that multiple victims were in view of public indecency.  The man, identified as 30-year-old Aaron Leap, was located on May 8, 2024, and taken into custody. Leap was transported to the Washington County Jail and lodged on the following charges: felony public indecency, probation violation for public indecency, and failure to appear in the second degree.  Investigators believe there are victims, yet to come forward, who may have witnessed Leap’s inappropriate behavior. If you were in the Corn

FATAL CRASH- HWY 66- JACKSON COUNTY

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Oregon State Police Jackson County, Ore. 15 May 24-  On Wednesday, May 15, 2024, at 10:23 a.m., Oregon State Police responded to a motorcycle versus log truck crash on Hwy 66, near milepost 11, in Jackson County. The preliminary investigation indicated a westbound Harley Davidson motorcycle, operated by George Henry Macomber (66) of Klamath Falls, crossed the double yellow line into the eastbound lane for unknown reasons and struck an eastbound Kenworth log truck, operated by Robert David Sandene (44) of Cave Junction, head-on. The operator of the Harley Davidson (Macomber) was transported and declared deceased at the hospital. The operator of the Kenworth (Sandene) was not injured during the collision. The highway was impacted for approximately 3 hours during the on-scene investigation. The cause of the crash is under investigation. OSP was assisted by Ashland Fire and Rescue and ODOT.                  Click Here To Download Our App

MYRTLE CREEK WOMAN DIES IN CRASH ON HIGHWAY 126

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Oregon State Police Lane County, Ore. 14 May 24-  On Tuesday, May 14, 2024, at 2:13 p.m., Oregon State Police responded to a two-vehicle crash on Hwy-126, near milepost 1.5, in Lane County. The preliminary investigation indicated a westbound Toyota Rav4, operated by Katherine Lee Horath (46) of Myrtle Creek, crossed into the eastbound lane for unknown reasons and struck a Chevrolet Equinox, operated by Rainbow Adah Tornell (52) of Eugene, head-on. A passenger in the Toyota, Reania Danielle Horath (30) of Myrtle Creek, was declared deceased at the scene. The operator of the Toyota (Katherine Horath) and passengers- Timothy Richard Worrell (34) of Myrtle Creek and a female juvenile- were all transported to a local medical center for treatment of injuries. The operator of the Chevrolet (Tornell) and a passenger, Siage Jacqueline Donaldson (25) of Eugene, were transported to a local medical center for treatment of injuries. The highway was impacted for approximately 4 hours during the on-s

ARIEL LYNN KEELEY

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DCSO JAILVIEWER 163.190 - MENACING  Level:   M 162.315 - RESISTING ARREST  Level:   M 166.220 - UNLAWFUL USE OF WEAPON  Level:   F 166.025 - DISORDERLY CONDUCT 2ND DEG  Level:   M                   Click Here To Download Our App

FATAL CRASH - HWY 101 - COOS COUNTY

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Oregon State Police Coos County, Ore. 13 May 24-  On Monday, May 13, 2024, at 4:35 p.m., Oregon State Police responded to a three-vehicle crash on Hwy-101, near milepost 250, in Coos County. The preliminary investigation indicated a northbound Nissan Frontier, operated by Tracy Martin Goforth (63) of Gold Beach, crossed into the southbound lane for unknown reasons and struck a Toyota Prius, operated by Ronald Willam Lyons (76) of Bandon, head-on. The Nissan came to rest in the northbound lane while the Prius spun in the southbound lane and struck a Toyota Venza, operated by Dennis Joseph Dugan (70) of Bandon, nearly head-on. The operator of the Nissan (Goforth) was transported and declared deceased at the hospital. The operator of the Prius (Ronald Lyons) and passenger, Delia Villarreal Lyons (73) of Bandon, were transported due to injuries suffered during the crash. The operator of the Venza (Dennis Dugan) and passenger, Mary Therese Dugan (69) of Bandon, were transported due to injur

FATAL CRASH -- HWY. 213 -- CLACKAMAS COUNTY

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Oregon State Police CLACKAMAS COUNTY, Ore. 14 May 2024  – On Saturday, May 11, 2024, at 2:54 p.m., Oregon State Police responded to a single-vehicle motorcycle crash on Hwy. 213 near milepost 13 in Clackamas County.   The preliminary investigation indicated a black Yamaha motorcycle, operated by Steven Andrew Boyles (38) of Oregon City, was traveling northbound when he lost control of the motorcycle for an unknown reason and left the roadway off the northbound shoulder.  The operator of the motorcycle (Boyles) was declared deceased at the scene.  The highway was not impacted during the on-scene investigation. Oregon State Police was assisted by the Molalla Police Department, Molalla Fire Department, and the Clackamas County Medical Examiner’s Office.                               Click Here To Download Our App

PORTLAND GANG LEADER SENTENCED TO FEDERAL PRISON FOR ROLE IN DRUG TRAFFICKING CONSPIRACY

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U.S. Attorney's Office - District of Oregon PORTLAND, Ore.—The leader of Portland’s 18 th  Street Gang was sentenced to federal prison today for his role in a conspiracy to traffic large quantities of fentanyl, methamphetamine and cocaine into the Portland area for redistribution and sale. Gustavo Torres-Mendez, 38, a Portland resident, was sentenced to 168 months in federal prison and five years’ supervised release. According to court documents, in 2019, following his release from state prison for first degree robbery with a firearm, Torres-Mendez established himself as the leader of the 18 th  Street Gang in Portland. At the time, investigators were aware that Torres-Mendez maintained a significant stature with and history in the gang developed while serving time in Oregon state prisons and for his activities out of custody. By late summer 2022, investigators had obtained significant evidence that Torres-Mendez and a close associate were leading a criminal enterprise active in se

PPB SERVES SEARCH WARRANT AT HOME OF PROLIFIC GRAFFITI VANDAL

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Portland Police Bureau On the morning of Tuesday, May 14, 2024, officers assigned to Central Precinct’s Neighborhood Response Team (NRT), in coordination with the Multnomah County District Attorney’s Strategic Prosecution and Services Unit, served a search warrant at a home near Northeast 11th Avenue and Northeast Skidmore Street in the Sabin Neighborhood. Gabriel Rodriguez-Lee, who is responsible for the OMEGA tag, lives at the home. During the service of the search warrant, a substantial amount of evidence, including hundreds of iterations of the OMEGA tag, was seized. Eight felony cases of Criminal Mischief in the First Degree, as well as one misdemeanor case of Criminal Mischief in the Second Degree, will be referred to the District Attorney’s office. The investigation into Rodriguez-Lee goes back months. In October 2023, North Precinct officers arrested him for spray painting a large OMEGA tag in the 1400 block of North Schmeer Road. At the time of his arrest, Rodriguez-Lee had a

MEDFORD MAN SENTENCED TO FEDERAL PRISON FOR ROLE IN FATAL FENTANYL OVERDOSE OF A TEENAGER

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U.S. Attorney's Office - District of Oregon MEDFORD, Ore.—A Medford man was sentenced to federal prison Monday for distributing fentanyl that caused the overdose death of a local teenager. John Rocha, 31, was sentenced to 78 months in federal prison and four years’ supervised release. According to court documents, on September 7, 2021, officers from the Medford Police Department responded to a report of an overdose death of a local 17-year-old high school student. Investigators soon learned that the teenager had taken counterfeit Percocet pills containing fentanyl. Within days, investigators identified Rocha as the victim’s fourth-level drug supplier and, when confronted by law enforcement, he admitted to having recently sold counterfeit pills. On February 3, 2022, a federal grand jury in Medford returned a five-count indictment charging Rocha and four others with distributing fentanyl, possessing with intent to distribute fentanyl, and possessing a firearm in furtherance of a drug

FIREFIGHTERS RESPOND TO EUGENE APARTMENT FIRE

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Eugene Springfield Fire Eugene, OR.  Eugene Springfield Fire is on scene of an apartment fire at the Boulders on the River 655 Goodpasture Island Rd in Eugene.  Firefighters were alerted to the fire at 3:02 AM and Engine 9 from the Valley River station arrived at 3:06 AM.  The crew found fire burning in a second floor apartment, conducted a search for victims and stretched hoses for fire attack.  The fire was contained to the apartment of origin and there were no injuries to civilians or fire crews. The cause is under investigation.                                 Click Here To Download Our App