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DEPUTIES INVESTIGATE SHOOTING AT TROUTDALE MOTEL

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Multnomah Co. Sheriff's Office On Thursday, April 15, 2021, at approximately 2:46 a.m., Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office patrol deputies responded to a report of a shooting at the Motel 6 in Troutdale. When deputies arrived, they located the victim, an adult male, with gunshot wounds. Deputies also found evidence of gunfire. The victim was transported to the hospital by ambulance with non-life-threatening injuries. The suspect, also an adult male, left the motel prior to the arrival of deputies. Law enforcement officers from multiple agencies searched the area, but the suspect was not located. At this time, no arrests have been made. During the investigation, detectives learned that prior to the shooting the suspect and victim engaged in an argument. The two men did not know each other. Because this was an isolated case, deputies do not believe the public is in any danger. The investigation is ongoing, and no further comment will be made at this time. If anyone has information abo

RESIDENTIAL STRUCTURE FIRE - 2941 NE YOUNT AVENUE - 4-15-21

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Roseburg Fire Dept. At 7:28 a.m. on April 15, 2021, Roseburg Fire Department personnel responded to a reported residential structure fire at 2941 NE Yount Avenue.   The reporting party notified Douglas County Dispatch of a shop on fire adjacent to their residence.  Dispatch was notified that all residents were out of the structure.  While enroute, firefighters observed a large column of smoke in the vicinity of the reported residential structure fire. Upon arrival on scene, firefighters found a detached garaged engulfed in flames and spreading to the single story residential structure.  Firefighters conducted a primary search to confirm no occupants were inside the structure.  Firefighters made an interior attack to extinguish the fire and completed overhaul.  The residential structure and shop sustained significant structural and water damage.  Two adults and three children were displaced; however, no one was injured in the fire.  The American Red Cross was notified and is assisting t

FATAL VEHICLE CRASH

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  Douglas Co. Sheriff's Office WINSTON, Ore. -  On Tuesday, April 13, 2021, shortly before 11:30 pm, 9-1-1 dispatchers received a report of a single vehicle crash in the 5000-block of Willis Creek Road in Winston.  When deputies arrived, they located a 1990's pickup which had been traveling northeast before leaving the roadway and striking a tree in a small ravine. The vehicle became engulfed in flames which also started a small grass fire. Deputies located one occupant inside of the vehicle, who was declared deceased at the scene. Speed is believed to be a contributing factor in the crash.  The Douglas County Medical Examiner's Office is investigating the death and attempting to positively identify the occupant. Next of kin notification is pending.

FORMER WEYERHAEUSER EMPLOYEE SENTENCED TO FEDERAL PRISON FOR MULTI-MILLION DOLLAR FRAUD SCHEME

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  U.S. Attorney's Office - District of Oregon EUGENE, Ore.—Susan Tranberg, 62, of Eugene, Oregon, was sentenced to federal prison today for defrauding her former employer, the Weyerhaeuser Company, out of more than $4.5 million, announced Acting U.S. Attorney Scott Erik Asphaug. Tranberg was sentenced to 57 months in federal prison and three years’ supervised release. According to court documents, beginning as early as June 2004 and continuing to January 2019, Tranberg defrauded Weyerhaeuser out of more than $4.5 million by submitting fraudulent invoices for payment to a fake vendor she created. Tranberg had worked for Weyerhaeuser in Springfield, Oregon in various positions for more than 40 years. A financial analysis determined that the vast majority of the money was used to fund a lavish lifestyle of expensive dinners, vacations, six-figure wedding expenses, and shopping sprees. At some point in or before June 2004, Tranberg created a fake timber contract between the company and

UPDATE -- SUSPECT ARRESTED: SHERIFF'S OFFICE INVESTIGATING HOMICIDE ON OAK SHORE LANE; TIPS SOUGHT

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  Clackamas Co. Sheriff's Office On Monday, April 12, 2021, at a Florida Greyhound station, a  U.S. Marshals Service  task force arrested the prime suspect in the early-March murder of  Jimmy Alan Pearson . Suspect  Nistasha Rose Tat e , 23, is currently being held in the  Hillsborough County Orient Road Jail , where she awaits extradition to Clackamas County. She is being  held  without bail on a Clackamas County warrant for Murder II and Robbery. Jimmy Alan Pearson was shot and killed at his Milwaukie home on March 1. His body was discovered two days later, on March 3. Authorities had developed Nistasha Tate as a possible suspect in Pearson's murder shortly after the discovery of Pearson's body in his home. Thanks to forensic analysis, detectives learned Tate visited Pearson on the date of the murder, March 1. A routine  Milwaukie PD  traffic stop of Tate's vehicle in the vicinity of the crime, before the discovery of Pearson's body, further confirmed her presence

TREVION BLAZE KARCHER

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DCSO JAILVIEWER   165.013 - FORGERY 1ST DEG 166.425 - UNLAWFUL PURCHASE OF FIREARM

DOUGLAS TIMOTHY LANIER

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  DCSO JAILVIEWER 164.225 - BURGLARY 1ST DEG 164.055 - THEFT 1ST DEG 164.215 - BURGLARY 2ND DEG

SWEET HOME WOMAN ESCAPES HOUSE FIRE THANKS TO WORKING SMOKE DETECTORS

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  Sweet Home Fire Dist. Wednesday morning at 6:13 am Linn County Dispatch received multiple 911 calls for a mobile home on fire at the Wagon Wheel Mobile Home Park in Sweet Home.  The 911 callers reported that the fire began on the front porch, but had spread to the home while they were making the call.  The single occupant of the home was awakened by her smoke detectors which had been replaced within the last month.  She was able to evacuate the structure with her dog, and there were no injuries reported.  A Sweet Home Police Officer who was on scene within minutes of the first 911 call, reported that the home was fully involved.  Sweet Home Fire responded with 4 engines and 15 personnel. The fire was quickly brought under control, however the structure and contents were a total loss.  The mobile homes on either side of the burning structure were exposed to extreme heat and both sustained minor damage, as did the occupant's vehicle parked nearby.  With the rapid spread of fire, it

100 PEOPLE MARCH TO PPA OFFICE, SET MULTIPLE FIRES, RIOT DECLARED, ONE ARRESTED

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Portland Police Bureau On Tuesday, April 13, 2020, a group gathered in Kenton Park located in 8417 North Brandon Avenue at about 9:15 p.m. A “direct action” event was publicized earlier in the day on social media discouraging streaming (video broadcasting in real time) and “peace police.” A similarly publicized event the evening prior drew an estimated 200 participants and devolved into a riot at a police facility (See prior news releases). A group of about 100 people gathered in the area of Kenton Park. At about 9:40 p.m., the group started marching towards the Portland Police Association building, on North Lombard Street. They blocked traffic and had several support vehicles with them and people began shooting fireworks into the air. Upon arrival at the building, someone from the group started a fire in a garbage can that was placed directly next to the building. This building is situated in a mixed residential and business neighborhood. Police gave announcements to the crowd via the

CHANDLER SCOTT MILLER

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  DCSO JAILVIEWER 811.705 - FAIL TO PERFORM DUTIES OF DRIVER TO INJURED PERSONS - (HIT & RUN)