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K9 EROS TRACKS DOWN STOLEN VEHICLE ELUDE SUSPECT

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Douglas Co. Sheriff's Office On Friday, March 1, 2024, shortly after 2:30 p.m., Sutherlin Police Department attempted to stop a stolen 2017 Nissan Rogue on W. Central Avenue near Ponderosa Drive in Sutherlin. The suspect failed to stop and attempted to elude officers in the stolen vehicle. The suspect crashed and fled on foot in the 600-block of Fawn Ridge Drive in Oakland. A perimeter was established and a Sheriff’s Office K9 was requested to respond to the scene. K9 Eros responded and began to track the suspect from his last known location. During the track, Eros located clothing that had been worn by the suspect. K9 Eros eventually lead officers to a red pump house indicating the suspect was inside. Deputies began giving announcements that the suspect had been located by the K9 and should surrender. The suspect, 50-year-old Kevin Wade Davison of Roseburg, opened the door to the pump house and gave up without further incident. Davison was taken into custody and lodged at the Doug

FATAL TRAFFIC CRASH CLAIMS LIFE OF RIDDLE TEEN

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Douglas Co. Sheriff's Office MYRTLE CREEK, Ore.  - A Riddle teenager died Friday evening in a single vehicle crash. On March 1, 2024, at approximately 10:30 pm, 9-1-1 dispatchers received a report of a single vehicle crash with injuries in the 15000-block of North Myrtle Road in Myrtle Creek. Deputies arrived on scene to find a 2006 Mazda sedan which had been traveling westbound at a high rate of speed in poor weather conditions. The driver, 17-year-old Brooke Leeann Dubuc of Myrtle Creek, lost control of the vehicle which rolled several times before striking a tree. A passenger, 17-year-old Jonathan Wylie Rosenstiel of Riddle, was ejected from the vehicle and trapped under the car when it came to rest. Rosenstiel was pronounced deceased at the scene by EMS. A second passenger, 19-year-old Canyonville resident Avorie Dunsmore, was able to self-extricate from the vehicle. Both Dubuc and Dunsmore were transported to Mercy Medical Center by Ambulance. The investigation is ongoing at t

FATAL CRASH - HWY 101 - CURRY COUNTY

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Oregon State Police On Thursday, February 29, 2024, at 8:37 a.m., Oregon State Police responded to a two-vehicle crash on Hwy-101, near milepost 347, in Curry County. The preliminary investigation indicated a Toyota Corolla, operated by Nathan Garcia (43) of Brookings, was northbound when it reportedly hydroplaned into the southbound travel lane. The Toyota spun into the path of a southbound Dodge Ram 2500, operated by Mark Nichols (78) of Port Orford, causing a side impact.  The operator of the Toyota (Garcia) was declared deceased at the scene. The operator of the Dodge (Nichols) was transported with reportedly minor injuries. The highway was impacted for approximately 2.5 hours during the on-scene investigation. OSP was assisted by the Curry County Sheriff's Department, Brookings Fire and Rescue, Cape Ferrello Fire, and ODOT.                  Click Here To Download Our App

FATAL CRASH - HWY 97 - KLAMATH COUNTY

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Oregon State Police On Thursday, February 29, 2024, at 10:02 a.m., Oregon State Police responded to a two-vehicle crash on Highway 97, near milepost 174, in Klamath County. The preliminary investigation indicated a southbound Peterbilt CMV and trailer, operated by Desiree Danielle Johnson (34) of St. Petersburg (FL), when it lost control and jackknifed in the roadway. The Peterbilt spun and crossed into the path of a northbound Honda Pilot, operated by Elise Adair Farrens (37) of La Pine, where the Honda struck the CMV trailer. The operator of the Honda (Farrens) was declared deceased at the scene. A passenger in the Honda, Daviana Marie Trussell (23) of La Pine, was transported to the hospital with critical injuries.  Trussell, who was pregnant, tragically suffered the loss of her child due to injuries sustained during the crash. The operator of the Peterbilt (Johnson) reportedly suffered minor injuries. The highway was impacted for approximately 3.5 hours during the on-scene investig

LANE COUNTY MAN CONVICTED OF ATTEMPTED MURDER

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Lane Co. Sheriff's Office In June 2023, Lane County Sheriff’s Office Deputies and Detectives followed an anonymous tip to the 23000 block of Green Creek Road, Elmira. The tip indicated Jason Scott Page was at a residence in the area. Page was wanted by LCSO for several crimes including Attempted Murder. A sergeant observed Page leaving in a vehicle and conducted a traffic stop. Page fled the stop on foot before shooting at deputies. After a brief exchange of gunfire, Page was taken into custody unharmed. On February 28 th , 2024, Page pled guilty to Attempted Murder, Assault in the First Degree, Felon in Possession of a Firearm, Failure to Perform the Duties of a Driver, and Reckless Driving.  Page was sentenced to 10 years in the Oregon Department of Corrections.                 Click Here To Download Our App

ATTEMPTED ABDUCTION

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Newport Police Department   On February 29, 2024, the Newport Police were dispatched to Sam Case Elementary School on the report of an attempted stranger abduction. Officers learned that between 7 AM and 7:45 AM, a student at Sam Case Elementary was walking to school when they were approached by a woman in a white van on NE 9th Street between NE Grant Street and NE Fogarty Street in Newport. The woman walked around the van, opened the passenger door, and tried to talk the student into getting in for a ride. The student refused to get in the van and ran to school. Once at the school, the student reported the incident to school staff, who immediately reported the incident to the Police. The student is safe.   Newport Police searched the area for the van and suspect but were unable to locate either. The Newport Police Department is working with the Lincoln County School District, the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office, and the Oregon State Police to provide additional resources to try to loc

FIREFIGHTERS RESPOND TO EARLY MORNING EXPLOSION

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Eugene Springfield Fire Eugene, OR.  Eugene Springfield Firefighters responses to an explosion at the 2-Bridges Homes For Good Location located at 599 E Broadway in Eugene  Thursday Morning .   At 07:05 AM , Firefighters responded for a fire alarm at the location.  On their arrival Firefighters found evidence of an explosion at the occupancy with two identified patients.  Two adults were evaluated and one transported to the hospital for burn injuries.  The explosion and fire activated the sprinkler system which extinguished the fire.  An investigation determined the explosion was a result of illegal hash oil extraction.  A fire watch has been ordered while the sprinkler system is restored.  No other occupants were injured or displaced.                           Click Here To Download Our App

WILLIAM MANUEL HAWELU

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DCSO JAILVIEWER 163.187 - STRANGULATION  Level:   M 163.190 - MENACING  Level:   M 163.425 - SEX ABUSE 2ND DEG  Level:   F               Click Here To Download Our App

POLICE SEEK HELP LOCATING MISSING ENDANGERED ADULT

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Gresham Police Dept Rory Fitzgerald was located by Clackamas County Sheriff's Office deputies this morning at approximately 8:00 a.m., in the 14300 block of SE Richey Rd., and transported to a local hospital for care. Gresham, Ore.— Gresham Police is asking for the public’s assistance with locating a missing 39 year old male, Rory Fitzgerald. The staff at Fitzgerald’s Care Home, in the 1200 block of SE Roberts Ave., say they discovered Rory was missing at approximately 1:45 p.m., this afternoon. They report that he is missing his required medication which helps him regulate his delusions. Fitzgerald is described as a white male who is 6 feet 2 inches tall and weighs 210 pounds. He has brown hair, blue eyes and wears glasses. He was last seen wearing a gray shirt, gray sweatpants, black shoes, and a red stocking cap. Anyone who sees Fitzgerald is asked not to approach him but to call 911.                Click Here To Download Our App

DEPUTIES ASSIST LANE COUNTY ANIMAL SERVICES WITH ANIMAL RESCUE, CITE OWNER

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  Lane Co. Sheriff's Office On Friday, Deputies responded with Lane County Animal Services to an address in the 34400 block of Highway 58.  LCAS had received complaints of malnourished animals from area residents.  The owner of the animals, Raina McKenzie Ott, was known to be on probation from a 2020 conviction for 11 counts of Animal Neglect in the Second Degree in which she was sentenced to 60 months of probation.  While LCAS typically does initial contact on animal neglect cases, LCSO assisted due to the likely probation violation and criminal neglect of the animals.   Deputies contacted Ott at the residence and discovered several malnourished cows and emaciated companion animals living in deplorable conditions.  Several decomposing cow carcasses were also found.  LCAS rehoused the companion animals and is working with Ott to remove the remaining cows from the property.  Possession of the cows and companion animals was in violation of her probation as well.   Ott was cited in li

Man arrested after stealing truck, fleeing police, ramming police vehicle

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Eugene Police Department   At 6:19 a.m. on February 28, Eugene Police was dispatched to a call about a Chevrolet Silverado that had just been stolen from a man’s driveway in the 300 block of Wilkie Street.  An officer spotted the stolen truck going eastbound on W. 7th Avenue near Van Buren Street and then several EPD officers responded to the area. The officer who had spotted the vehicle initiated a traffic stop but the driver, later identified as Freddie Lee Davis, age 44, accelerated away. There was a short pursuit, and officers attempted to forcibly stop the truck. Davis was able to evade this and then rammed the officer’s vehicle. The truck became inoperable, and Davis was safely taken into custody. David was transported to Lane County Jail and lodged on charges including Reckless Driving and Criminal Mischief in the First Degree, as well as two warrants. He was also cited for Driving While Suspended.  I-105 eastbound was closed for a time to allow for vehicle towing and the cleanu

LANE COUNTY INVESTIGATION LEADS TO 20-YEAR SENTENCE FOR IDAHO MAN

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Lane Co. Sheriff's Office In late 2017, a ranger with the Bureau of Land Management contacted a teenage juvenile at an illegal camp near Sharps Creek, Cottage Grove. The juvenile told the ranger she had been living there with an adult male for months.  The camp was in disarray. Concerned for her well-being, the ranger contacted the Department of Human Services. DHS had an open case involving the juvenile. She was taken into DHS custody and placed with her mother. Due to the condition of the campsite, the adult male, Lucas Anthony Lloyd, was arrested and lodged at the Lane County Jail for Littering within 100 Yards of a Waterway.   Detectives with the Lane County Sheriff’s Office began investigating. The juvenile was interviewed by the Kids FIRST Children’s Advocacy Center. Although she appeared uncomfortable and tested positive for methamphetamine, she did not disclose any abuse. Two years later, in 2019, she opened up to a counselor and disclosed that Lloyd had sexually abused her

SUSPECT IN CUSTODY ON MULTIPLE MEASURE 11 SEX CRIMES

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Albany Police Today, Tuesday, February 27, 2024, at 11:23 am Albany Fire Department notified Albany Police they were responding to a residence in the 1800 block of SW 16th Ave for a trauma injury to the leg that was a result of an assault. Officers arrived and determined the suspect had attempted to sexually assault a female at the location and fled on foot approximately 20 minutes prior to the 911 call. Albany Fire Personnel transported her to a local area hospital for further treatment of her injuries.  Officers and Detectives began an immediate search of the area for the suspect, who was identified by the victim as Brandon Taylor Beckner, age 37 of Albany.     Officers continued to search the area and alerted the community via Nixle text alerts and social media messages. At approximately 1:40pm, a resident called to report a suspicious male was hiding in his backyard. Officers located Brandon Beckner walking in the 1000 block of 8th Ave where he was taken into custody without incide

ALEXANDER CARL LESSAR

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DCSO JAILVIEWER 164.225 - BURGLARY 1ST DEG  Level:   F 164.354 - CRIMINAL MISCHIEF 2ND DEG  Level:   M 163.160 - ASSAULT 4TH DEG  Level:   M                     Click Here To Download Our App

MALE SUBJECT ARRESTED AFTER K-9 TRACK

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Deschutes County Sheriff's Office On 2/26/2024 at approximately 9:20 pm, Deschutes County Sheriff’s Office deputies attempted to contact a subject driving a white Toyota 4Runner that had abruptly turned into the Deschutes National Forest from China Hat Rd. near mile post 2. The 4Runner stopped and the male driver immediately exited the vehicle and ran on foot westbound through the forest.  Deputies developed information that the male was Jonathan Hurlbut who was wanted in Deschutes County on a warrant for Theft in the Second Degree. The City of Bend Police Department advised they had probable cause to arrest Hurlbut for Theft in the Second Degree, and Oregon State Police advised they had probable cause to arrest him for Felony Eluding a Police Officer. DCSO deputies along with K-9 Vinnie tracked Hurlbut on foot west and south through the Deschutes National Forest. Bend Police Department responded, with a drone operator and K-9 Buck. K-9 Buck picked up the track and led the Patrol u

SUSPECT ARRESTED FOR FELONY ELUDE - METHAMPHETAMINE AND A GUN LOCATED DURING INVESTIGATION

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Washington Co. Sheriff's Office On February 26, 2024, at approximately 2:50 a.m., a Washington County Sheriff's deputy attempted to stop a silver Honda Accord for a traffic violation near the city of Banks. After initiating a traffic stop on Highway 47, the driver of the vehicle, later identified as 24-year-old Savannah Salyers, failed to stop and continued driving. Deputies lost sight of the Honda but quickly located it parked near the 14800 block of NW Jackson School Road. Salyers was still in the vehicle and was arrested by deputies.  Deputies located approximately 10.5 grams of Methamphetamine, a black 9mm handgun, and other drug paraphernalia. Salyers did not possess a concealed handgun license. Salyers was arrested and lodged at the Washington County Jail for felony elude, unlawful possession of a firearm, and drug charges.  While at the jail, deputies discovered an additional 26 grams of methamphetamine hidden in one of Salyers' undergarments. As a result, Salyers no

KENDALL ANANIAS SWEET

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DCSO JAILVIEWER 165.055 - FRAUDULENT USE OF CREDIT CARD - 1  Level:   M    164.377 - COMPUTER CRIME  Level:   F 164.043 - THEFT 3RD DEG  Level:   F 144.350 - PAROLE VIOLATION  Level:   X 165.055 - FRAUDULENT USE OF CREDIT CARD - 1  Level:   M 165.055 - FRAUDULENT USE OF CREDIT CARD - 1  Level:   M 164.043 - THEFT 3RD DEG  Level:   F 164.043 - THEFT 3RD DEG  Level:   F 164.377 - COMPUTER CRIME  Level:   F 165.800 - IDENTITY THEFT  Level:   F 165.800 - IDENTITY THEFT  Level:   F 165.800 - IDENTITY THEFT  Level:   F                  Click Here To Download Our App

JASON HENRY SPRADLEY

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DCSO JAILVIEWER 811.540.3.A - ATTEMPT TO ELUDE POLICE OFFICER - VEHICLE OFFENSE  Level:   F 811.540.3.B - ATTEMPT TO ELUDE POLICE OFFICER - FOOT  Level:   M 163.545 - CHILD NEGLECT 2ND DEG  Level:   M 133.076 - FAIL TO APPEAR ON CRIMINAL CITATION  Level:   M 162.195 - FAIL TO APPEAR 2ND DEG  Level:   M 164.354 - CRIMINAL MISCHIEF 2ND DEG  Level:   M 033.045 - CONTEMPT OF COURT  Level:   M                     Click Here To Download Our App

THREAT AT UCC DETERMINED NOT CREDIBLE, ORIGINATED OUTSIDE OF UNITED STATES

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Douglas Co. Sheriff's Office ROSEBURG, Ore.  On Monday, February 26, 2024, the Sheriff's Office was notified by Umpqua Community College staff of a security threat to the campus. In an effort to prioritize the safety of students, staff and faculty, the College elected to cancel all classes, events, and activities until further notice.  The Sheriff's Office is working in partnership with the College regarding the threat. There is an increased law enforcement presence on the campus today.  “The Sheriff's Office takes seriously any threat directed toward the safety of our schools, whether kindergarten or higher education institutions," Sheriff Hanlin said. “The Sheriff’s Office, with assistance from the FBI, has determined the source of the email originated from outside the country. At this time the threatening email is not considered credible, and there is no immediate threat to the college.” The specifics of the security threat will not be released by the Sheriff

JASE ASHTON BILLMAN

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DCSO JAILVIEWER 496.992.2 - WILDLIFE OFFENSE  Level:   M 496.992.2 - WILDLIFE OFFENSE  Level:   M 496.992.2 - WILDLIFE OFFENSE  Level:   M 496.992.2 - WILDLIFE OFFENSE  Level:   M 496.992.2 - WILDLIFE OFFENSE  Level:   M 496.992.2 - WILDLIFE OFFENSE  Level:   M                     Click Here To Download Our App

AARON OAK KEEVY

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

CHRISTOPHER RICHARD DALE-REYNOLDS

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DCSO JAILVIEWER 166.240 - CARRYING OF CONCEALED WEAPONS - KNIFE  Level:   M 166.250 - UNLAWFUL POSSESSION/ CONCEALMENT OF FIREARMS  Level:   M 475.894 - UP OF METHAMPHETAMINE  Level:   F 475.884 - UP OF COCAINE  Level:   F 475.752.3.B - UP CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE SCHEDULE II  Level:   F FENTANYL 475.890 - UD OF METHAMPHETAMINE  Level:   F 475.880 - UD OF COCAINE  Level:   F 475.752.1.B - UM OR UD CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE SCHEDULE II  Level:   F FENTANYL                   Click Here To Download Our App

Sheriff’s Deputies Searching for Missing and Endangered 75-year-old Man from Rural Central Point

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Jackson County Sheriff's Office UPDATE 2:40 pm: Mike was found by California Highway Patrol on Highway 139 north of Canby, Calif. Thank you to all who called in sightings and helped search. CENTRAL POINT, Ore- Jackson County Sheriff’s Office (JCSO) deputies and Search and Rescue (SAR) are searching for a 75 year old man missing from rural Central Point. The man, Robert Michael Lewis, went missing early this morning from his residence in the 6900 block of Old Stage Road. The man goes by the name “Mike” and may be suffering from confusion due to medical issues. He is described as a white male, aged 75, 5’8” tall, weighing 165 lbs. Mike has no cell phone with him and was last seen driving a newer model silver Nissan Rogue with temporary plates. If seen call Emergency Communications of Southern Oregon ECSO 911 Dispatch at (541) 776-7206.                Click Here To Download Our App

SHERIFF'S OFFICE SEEKS ASSISTANCE IN IDENTIFYING SUSPECT

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Washington Co. Sheriff's Office On Tuesday, December 26, 2023, deputies from the Washington County Sheriff’s Office were alerted to the discovery of a hidden recording device in a fitting room at a clothing store. The device was seized, and the Washington County Digital Forensic Lab (DFL) was enlisted to help identify the individual responsible for its placement. By February 6, 2024, the DFL had analyzed the device and returned it to detectives with the Violent Crimes Unit, who discovered a series of photos on the device that featured the potential suspect. No other images or videos of potential victims were found on the device. Efforts to identify the suspect were expanded to include local police agencies, leading to a breakthrough when the Scappoose Police Department reported an incident involving the same individual. On December 21, 2023, the Scappoose Police Department received a report from a victim who came forward to disclose an incident that occurred at a Fred Meyer store o

DANIELLE CHRISTINE JUSTUS

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DCSO JAILVIEWER 166.270 - FELON IN POSSESSION OF FIREARM  Level:   F 475.886 - UM OF METHAMPHETAMINE  Level:   F 161.405 - ATT TO COMMIT A CLASS B FELONY  Level:   F 475.894 - UP OF METHAMPHETAMINE  Level:   F                  Click Here To Download Our App

Roseburg Police Logs for 2/22/2024

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PATROL: Roseburg Police INCIDENT: Unlawful Entry to Motor vehicle CASE NO: 240915 DATE/TIME: 02/22/2024 / 1100 LOCATION: 725 SE Mosher Ave. Roseburg OFFICER(S): RPD PERSON(S): (S) Hensley, Lucas Don (35) Roseburg (V) Hewitt, Mary Ann (71) Sutherlin CHARGE(S): Theft I Unlawful Entry into a Motor Vehicle VEHICLE(S): 2011 black Toyota Camry DETAILS: Hensley stole a purse and cell phone out of Hewitt's vehicle. He then demanded money from Hewitt over the phone if she wanted her purse back. Hensley was found and arrested. Hewitt's purse and cell phone were returned to her. DISPOSITION: Lodged at Corrections. ____________________________________________ PATROL: Roseburg Police INCIDENT: Unlawful Entry into a Motor Vehicle CASE NO: 240912/240914 DATE/TIME: 02/22/2024 / 0820 LOCATION: 2034 SE Douglas Avenue OFFICER(S): RPD PERSON(S): (V) Kelly, Samuel David (30) Roseburg (V) Kelly, Jenessa Helene (30) Roseburg (V) Ketchem, Mercedes (22) Roseburg (S) Artherholt, Nicholas Daniel (29) Ros