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JACKPINE FIRE

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Deschutes County Sheriff's Office Deschutes County Sheriff's Office is on scene monitoring the Jackpine Fire on Masten Road. The following evacuation notice has been issued: Level 2 Be Set: West of Highway 97 and South of Masten Rd. to the county line. Find current evacuation areas at:  deschutes.org/emergency The Deschutes County Sheriff’s Office is a full-service agency that oversees the adult jail, provides patrol, criminal investigations, civil process and search and rescue operations. Special units include SWAT, Marine Patrol, ATV Patrol, Forest Patrol, along with five K9 teams. Founded in 1916 and today led by your duly elected Sheriff L. Shane Nelson, the Deschutes County Sheriff’s Office serves over 200,000 residents in Deschutes County. The agency has 259 authorized and funded personnel, which includes 193 sworn employees who provide services to the 3,055 square miles of Deschutes County.                               Click Here To Download Our App

JMET SERVES 3 SEARCH WARRANTS IN 2 DAYS

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Josephine Co. Sheriff's Office JULY 17, 2024 - GREENVIEW RD, CAVE JUNCTION   ARRESTED:  Alvaro Rodriguez-De La Paz, 28 years-old                          Julio Rodriguez-Cardinas, 48 years-old CHARGES:  1- Unlawful Possession of Marijuana                          2- Unlawful Manufacturing of Marijuana          On July 17, 2024, the Josephine Marijuana Enforcement Team (JMET) executed a search warrant in the 800 Block of Greenview Road, Cave Junction, regarding an illegal marijuana grow site. The search warrant was executed with the assistance of the U.S. Forest Service (USFS), Homeland Security Investigations (HSI), and Josephine County Public Health & Building Safety. During the execution of the warrant, over 3,100 marijuana plants and approximately 2,000 pounds of processed marijuana were seized and destroyed. Additionally, a large amount of cash and 3 firearms were seized on scene. The property also had multiple electrical, water, and solid waste code violations. These viola

FATAL CRASH - INTERSTATE 84 - HOOD RIVER COUNTY

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Oregon State Police Hood River County, Ore. 18 July 24-  On Thursday, July 18, 2024, at 12:45 a.m., Oregon State Police responded to a two-vehicle crash on Interstate 84, near milepost 54, in Hood River County. The preliminary investigation indicated a westbound Ford Econoline AMR Ambulance, operated by Amanda Hancock (42) of Benton City (WA), left the lane of travel and struck a Chevrolet Camaro, operated by Geraldean Edna Martin (55) of Portland, while it was disabled on the side of the roadway with a flat tire. The Chevrolet operator was outside of the vehicle at the time of the collision. The operator of the Chevrolet (Martin) was declared deceased at the scene. The operator of the Ford (Hancock) and passengers, Amy Ann Young (28) of Pasco (WA) and Jonathan David Farmer (23) of Pendleton, were not injured during the collision. Farmer was a patient in the ambulance at the time of the crash. The highway was impacted for approximately four hours during the on-scene investigation. The

OFFICERS TRACK STOLEN CAR, SEIZE ILLEGAL FIREARMS

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Portland Police Bureau On July 16, 2024, officers from the East Precinct Neighborhood Response Team were notified by LoJack of a stolen 2024 Volkswagen Tiguan that was being tracked in the Portland area. Lojack is a platform that allows law enforcement officers to directly track and locate vehicles equipped with its software. The vehicle was stolen in the early morning of July 16 from the owner's driveway in Wilsonville and reported to Wilsonville Police. Officer utilized LoJack tracking capability and located the stolen vehicle parked at an apartment complex in north Portland. While enroute to recover the vehicle, officers were notified that multiple suspects entered the vehicle and drove off. Utilizing the tracking technology, officers were able to locate the vehicle being driven throughout the city. Eventually, Officers were able to locate it and safely deploy stop sticks and deflate the tires. Officers attempted to stop the stolen vehicle with lights and sirens; however, the ve

LANE COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPUTIES ASSIST WITH MCKENZIE VIEW FIRE

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Lane Co. Sheriff's Office Yesterday, July 18 th , Lane County Sheriff’s deputies responded to the area of McKenzie View at milepost 5 to assist firefighters by evacuating about 15 residences. While on scene, deputies assisted with transporting wildland firefighters closer to the flames and flew a drone to give real-time information to the fire crews. The fire was quickly taken under control by fire crews, who continued to work the area overnight. The evacuation notice was lifted late last night. The cause of the fire is currently under investigation. The Lane County Sheriff’s Office would like to thank the many fire agencies who have been responding and protecting the residents and visitors of our county.                   Click Here To Download Our App

DUKE JORDAN TODD

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DCSO JAILVIEWER 163.175 - ASSAULT 2ND DEG  Level:   F 166.270B - FELON IN POSSESSION OF A RESTRICTED WEAPON  Level:   M 166.240 - CARRYING OF CONCEALED WEAPONS - KNIFE  Level:   M 144.350 - PAROLE VIOLATION  Level:   X                            Click Here To Download Our App

GAVIN CHRISTOPHER WOODRUFF

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DCSO JAILVIEWER 164.354 - CRIMINAL MISCHIEF 2ND DEG  Level:   M 163.160 - ASSAULT 4TH DEG  Level:   M 166.065A - HARASSMENT  Level:   M 166.065A - HARASSMENT  Level:   M 166.065A - HARASSMENT  Level:   M 163.160 - ASSAULT 4TH DEG  Level:   M 166.065A - HARASSMENT  Level:   M 033.045 - CONTEMPT OF COURT  Level:   M 133.310 - VIOLATION OF RESTRAINING ORDER  Level:   M                         Click Here To Download Our App

ANDREW TODD RAIRDEN

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DCSO JAILVIEWER 162.195 - FAIL TO APPEAR 2ND DEG  Level:   M 999.001 - FAILURE TO REPORT AS SEX OFFENDER - 2  Level:   M 999.001 - FAILURE TO REPORT AS SEX OFFENDER - 1  Level:   F 999.001 - FAILURE TO REPORT AS SEX OFFENDER - 2  Level:   M                   Click Here To Download Our App

Coos County Sheriff’s Office, Myrtle Point Police, Coquille Police, and Oregon State Police assist Douglas County with ending a vehicle chase near Myrtle Point

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Coos County Sheriff's Office On July 15 th , 2024, at 10:53 p.m., the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office entered Coos County on Hwy 42 at mile marker 45 in active pursuit of a Toyota Camry. Douglas County requested assistance from the Coos County Sheriff’s Office as the pursuit continued westbound towards Myrtle Point.  Sgt. S. Moore and Deputy Z. Smith immediately responded to assist while Officer George from the Myrtle Point Police Department set up stop sticks near Bridge. Coquille Police Officer Rowe and Oregon State Police Sgt. Hill and Trooper Waddington assisted by setting up a second set of stop sticks just east of Myrtle Point.  Both deployments of stop sticks successfully deflated all four vehicle tires. The vehicle came to a stop on the bridge just west of Myrtle Point at milepost 19.5, where the single occupant and driver, Jered Thompson (22), was taken into custody on multiple charges by the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office.  Jared Thompson (22) was transported to the Doug

ERIC ALLEN GRIMMER

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DCSO JAILVIEWER 163.465 - PUBLIC INDECENCY  Level:   M 166.025 - DISORDERLY CONDUCT 2ND DEG  Level:   M                  Click Here To Download Our App

Yamhill County Sheriff's Office Responds To Fatal Motor Vehicle Crash

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Yamhill Co. Sheriff's Office   On July 15, 2024, just after 2:00 am Yamhill County Sheriff’s Office was dispatched to a motor vehicle crash in the 6800 block of SE Eola Hills Road in rural Amity.  Responding personnel found a single vehicle, a silver 2007 Hyundai SUV, which had left the roadway striking a tree.   The driver, identified as 55-year-old Richard Howard of rural Amity, was deceased at the scene. Yamhill County Sheriff’s Office conducted the crash investigation and alcohol impairment, speed, and no seatbelt use were all determined to be factors in the crash.   Yamhill County Sheriff’s Office was assisted by Amity Fire District and McMinnville Fire District during this crash response.                   Click Here To Download Our App

JERED DYLLON THOMPSON

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DCSO JAILVIEWER 811.540.3.A - ATTEMPT TO ELUDE POLICE OFFICER - VEHICLE OFFENSE  Level:   F 163.195 - RECKLESSLY ENDANGERING ANOTHER PERSON  Level:   M 811.140 - RECKLESS DRIVING  Level:   M 811.182.4 - DRIVING WHILE SUSPENDED OR REVOKED DWS  Level:   M 137.545 - PROBATION VIOLATION MISD  Level:   M 137.545 - PROBATION VIOLATION FEL  Level:   F 137.545 - PROBATION VIOLATION FEL  Level:   F                        Click Here To Download Our App

JOSHUA EDWIN PITNER

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DCSO JAILVIEWER 163.175 - ASSAULT 2ND DEG  Level:   F 163.175 - ASSAULT 2ND DEG  Level:   F 163.175 - ASSAULT 2ND DEG  Level:   F 163.175 - ASSAULT 2ND DEG  Level:   F 163.175 - ASSAULT 2ND DEG  Level:   F 163.175 - ASSAULT 2ND DEG  Level:   F 163.175 - ASSAULT 2ND DEG  Level:   F 163.175 - ASSAULT 2ND DEG  Level:   F 163.175 - ASSAULT 2ND DEG  Level:   F 163.175 - ASSAULT 2ND DEG  Level:   F 163.175 - ASSAULT 2ND DEG  Level:   F 163.175 - ASSAULT 2ND DEG  Level:   F 163.175 - ASSAULT 2ND DEG  Level:   F 163.175 - ASSAULT 2ND DEG  Level:   F 166.220 - UNLAWFUL USE OF WEAPON  Level:   F 166.190 - POINTING A FIREARM AT ANOTHER  Level:   M 163.190 - MENACING  Level:   M                         Click Here To Download Our App

LOGAN NICHOLAS PRESTON

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DCSO JAILVIEWER 813.010A - DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF INTOXICANTS DUII  Level:   M 163.190 - MENACING  Level:   M 166.025 - DISORDERLY CONDUCT 2ND DEG  Level:   M 163.195 - RECKLESSLY ENDANGERING ANOTHER PERSON  Level:   M 811.140 - RECKLESS DRIVING  Level:   M 163.195 - RECKLESSLY ENDANGERING ANOTHER PERSON  Level:   M 163.195 - RECKLESSLY ENDANGERING ANOTHER PERSON  Level:   M 163.195 - RECKLESSLY ENDANGERING ANOTHER PERSON  Level:   M 163.195 - RECKLESSLY ENDANGERING ANOTHER PERSON  Level:   M                   Click Here To Download Our App

SHERIFF'S OFFICE SEEKING SUSPECT IN HOMICIDE

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Lane Co. Sheriff's Office In June, a deceased female was located in the Cottage Grove area who appeared to be the victim of homicide. Lane County Sheriff’s detectives identified the victim as a missing person, Rozaleena Faith Rasmussen, 29, from Cottage Grove.  Detectives identified the suspect as Anthony Wesley Tyrrell, 31, of Cottage Grove.  A nationwide warrant has been issued for his arrest. Tyrrell is described as a white male adult with brown hair, brown eyes, weighing approximately 165 pounds and standing approximately 5’9” tall. He was last seen with his head shaved and wearing a white shirt, black trench coat, black pants, and black boots.  Tyrrell is considered armed and dangerous.  Anyone with information about his whereabouts is asked to call 911 and avoid approaching or contacting him.                    Click Here To Download Our App

Missing Teenager Found Dead

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Independence Oregon Police Department (Independence, Oregon) — The teenager who disappeared under the water in the Willamette River has been found dead in Keizer Rapids Park. He has been identified as Gregorio Maximiano-Solano, 13, of California. Independence police detectives and the Polk County medical examiner were on scene at Keizer Rapids Park.  On Sunday, July 7, 2024, just after 5 PM, Gregorio disappeared under the water while playing in the Willamette River near Riverview Park. Soon after, Polk County Emergency responders and the US Coast Guard arrived and conducted water rescue efforts, including dive and flyover searches. Over 24 hours after the incident, emergency personnel transitioned the effort into a recovery process. After a multi-agency effort to search the area with dive teams was unsuccessful, the recovery effort was done primarily through boat patrol along the Willamette River.  “My heart is, and has been, with the Solano family these past several days,” shared Inde

ETHAN LEON BRAMMER

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DCSO JAILVIEWER 811.700 - FAIL TO PERFORM DUTIES OF A DRIVER - PROPERTY DAMAGE (HIT & RUN)  Level:   M 811.140 - RECKLESS DRIVING  Level:   M                            Click Here To Download Our App

Recovery Effort for Missing Teenager Transitions to Boat Patrol

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Independence Police Department Independence, Oregon — After a multi-agency effort to search the area with dive teams where a teenager disappeared under the water on July 7, the recovery effort is now being done primarily through boat patrol along the Willamette River. Riverview Park is now open to the public.  On Sunday, at around 5:07 PM, a teenager disappeared under the water while playing in the Willamette River near Riverview Park. Soon after, Polk County Emergency responders and the US Coast Guard arrived and conducted water rescue efforts, including dive and flyover searches. Over 24 hours after the incident, emergency personnel transitioned the effort into a recovery process.  We will provide an update once we learn more information.                   Click Here To Download Our App

FAITH IVALENE LEONARD

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DCSO JAILVIEWER 163.190 - MENACING  Level:   M 163.190 - MENACING  Level:   M 163.190 - MENACING  Level:   M 166.220 - UNLAWFUL USE OF WEAPON  Level:   F 166.220 - UNLAWFUL USE OF WEAPON  Level:   F 166.220 - UNLAWFUL USE OF WEAPON  Level:   F 166.190 - POINTING A FIREARM AT ANOTHER  Level:   F 166.190 - POINTING A FIREARM AT ANOTHER  Level:   F 166.190 - POINTING A FIREARM AT ANOTHER  Level:   F                         Click Here To Download Our App