Showing posts from January, 2020

Deputies Investigate Shots Fired Call

Douglas Co. Sheriff's Office

ROSEBURG, Ore. - On January 30, 2020, at 7:38 pm, 9-1-1 dispatchers received a report of a shooting incident in the parking lot of the Buy 2 Market (4446 Old Highway 99 South). The caller reported someone had shot at his car following an attempted robbery.
Multiple law enforcement officers from various agencies responded and conducted a search of the area, but were unable to locate the suspects. Evidence supporting the report was located at the scene. 
The suspects are described as caucasian teen aged males. One was wearing a black t-shirt and had dark shaggy hair, another was wearing dark clothing and a third male who was wearing a blue bandanna. 
Deputies are still investigating the incident. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Douglas County Sheriff's Office at (541) 440-4471 or email
Case #20-0518


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Drug-Impaired Person Assisted and Taken to Hospital by Redmond Police Following Arrest for Disorderly Conduct

Redmond Police Dept.

Redmond, OR – On Tuesday evening, January 28, 2020, Redmond Police received a report of a male who had stripped down to his underwear and was running around inside the Redmond Fred Meyer store and parking lot.  Witnesses said the male was speaking gibberish, making large animated movements with his hands, and scaring a significant number of people. 
Officers responded and found the male, Mr. George Ryan Gove, a 37-year-old Crooked River Ranch resident, lying in the roadway on SW Highland Ave and SW 5th Street.  Mr. Gove was lying face down in the street, making strange movements and blocking the flow of traffic.  Mr. Gove was subsequently arrested at the scene and taken to St. Charles Redmond.  In order to safely secure Mr. Gove, officers placed him in the WRAP restraint device.  The WRAP is intended to reduce the mobility of people in custody for their own protection and to aid in transporting the resisting person. 
Gove was ultimately released to the care of hos…


Oregon State Police

Oregon State Police Fish and Wildlife Troopers are looking for assistance in identifying the three men in the attached pictures. 
OSP obtained information that in September 2019 an elk was taken, possibly unlawfully, in the Burnt Mountain are near the Coos / Douglas County Line.   
OSP would like to talk to any of the three individuals pictured or anyone that might be able to help identify the individuals in the pictures.   Please contact Trooper Baimbridge by calling OSP Southern Command Center 1-800-442-2068 or *OSP.
** Report Wildlife and Habitat Law Violators** 

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Roseburg Police Dept.

On Tuesday, January 28th, 2020, in the afternoon hours, Roseburg Police Department School Resource Officers learned of a potential threat of violence that was targeted at JoLane Middle School in Roseburg.  Officers learned the threat was made over social media, specifically Snapchat.  They immediately started investigating the incident and worked in cooperation with the Roseburg School District.  During the early stages of the investigation it appeared the threat was not credible, but they continued with the investigation.
On Wednesday, January 29th Officers learned the original threat was made by a 13 year old JoLane student over his Snapchat account.  The post by the student indicated a "new student" at the school was going to "shoot up" the school on January 29th.  The 13 year old suspect admitted the report was false, and after posting it they tried to delete it, but it had already been sent and copied by other students/people.
The 13 year…

Police/Fire Codes/Information For Oregon State Police Including ODOT And Douglas County,Oregon

Dispatch Centers and Headquarters Most State Police units are dispatched from one of two regional command centers. The Northern Command Center is located in Salem, and the Southern Command Center is located in Central Point. The exception to this rule is the University Patrol Office, located on the Oregon State University campus in Corvallis. Dispatch services for this office are provided by the Oregon State University Dispatch Center, which State Police units share with OSU Public Safety personnel.
The Oregon State Police General Headquarters is located in Salem, across the street from the State Capital. Radio Codes12-Codes12-1 - In Service12-2 - Out of Service12-3 - Return to Office12-4 - Call Office or Other by Phone12-5 - Repeat Message12-6 - Contact Address or Complainant12-7 - Motor Vehicle Registration Check12-8 - Motor Vehicle Registration and Legal Owner Check12-9 - Check PUC Status12-10 - Check for Operator's License/Driving Status12-10A - No Valid Operator's License1…

Oregon State Police Investigating Deceased Male Found Beside Hwy 101 - Coos County

Oregon State Police 

On Monday, January 27, 2020 at approximately 9:21 A.M., Oregon State Police Troopers were dispatched to the report of a deceased person beside Hwy 101 near milepost 278 (Two Mile Lane). 
Preliminary investigation revealed the deceased male, identified as William Schippert (44) of Bandon, had been struck by a vehicle hours before his body was discovered.  
Investigators from the Oregon State Police, Bandon Police Department, Coos County Sheriff's Office and the Coos County District Attorney’s Office are continuing the investigation.
The operator of the vehicle has been identified and is currently cooperating with the investigation.
No more information is available for release at this time.

Two Working Fires, Hours Apart, Keep Lebanon Firefighters Busy

Lebanon Fire District

Lebanon fire crews battled two working house fires within a 5-hour span on Friday night, stretching their available resources thin and testing the endurance of responders. The first fire came in at 5:38 p.m. at 30033 Fairview Road with reports of heavy smoke within the home. Both occupants were able to escape the structure, but by the time firefighters arrived the home was fully involved with fire venting from multiple windows. Firefighters quickly knocked the fire down but a partial collapse of the second floor rendered the building structurally unsafe for entry, so crews had to use existing openings in the structure to fully extinguish the fire. The structure and its contents were ruled a complete loss. Fire investigators returned to the scene on Saturday and spent hours examining potential areas of origin based on witness accounts.
The investigation revealed that a wood stove pipe had been improperly installed in such a manner that it came into direct contact w…

Man Posed as High School Student Online, Arrested for Child Sex Abuse

Washington Co. Sheriff's Office

Over the past several months, two detectives from the Washington County Sheriff’s Office Violent Crimes Unit have been investigating 26-year-old Lafayette A. Castillo of Beaverton.  Detectives learned Mr. Castillo used Snapchat and Instagram to pose as a high school student so he could talk with children online.  He then met children in person and sexually assaulted them.
The investigation identified multiple victims and based on Mr. Castillo’s social media activity, detectives believe he targeted additional children.
Mr. Castillo was arrested on January 15 and indicted by a grand jury on January 24 for sex crimes involving two victims, ages 12 and 14.  His bail is set at $1.5 million and he is being held on the following charges: Rape the the first degree (two counts)Attempted rape in the first degreeSexual abuse in the first degree (three counts)Sexual abuse in the second degree (five counts)Sodomy in the third degree (two counts) If you have infor…

Suspect In Drug Case Attempts to Elude and Crashes

Jackson Co. Sheriff's Office

JCSO Case 20-1563
On January 24th, 2020 at approximately 1730 hours members of the Medford Area Drug & Gang Enforcement Team with the assistance of Jackson County Sheriff’s Office deputies were following a suspect driving a blue Subaru Impreza travelling on Highway 140 at Brownsboro Highway. The suspect was involved in an ongoing drug investigation. The suspect vehicle was pre-emptively spiked at Highway 140 and Brownsboro. It immediately drove off at high speeds despite the successful spiking of the tire. A second successful spike occurred shortly thereafter. Another system called Star Chase was attempted to be deployed to be able to track the suspect with GPS but was unsuccessful.
The suspect drove with tires deflated on rims at high speeds westbound on Brownsboro Highway. As he entered Eagle Point city the pursuit was terminated by JCSO for safety but the suspect continued through Eagle Point. Later the suspect was seen on Highway 62 heading tow…

Search Warrant Recovers Stolen Property From Burglary, Two Arrested

Douglas Co. Sheriff's Office

ROSEBURG, Ore. - Two burglars are behind bars this weekend after deputies linked them to a residential burglary from January 21st and served a search warrant at their home. 
On January 21, 2020, deputies responded to a report of a residential burglary in the 1800-block of Linnell Avenue. Following up on the case, deputies located evidence which assisted in the investigation. As the investigation progressed, information was developed which led deputies to apply for a search warrant for a home in the 2100-block of La Canada Drive in Roseburg. On January 24, 2020, deputies were granted the warrant and served it at approximately 7:15 pm with the assistance of the Winston Police Department and Oregon State Police. 
Initially, multiple individuals were contacted at the residence during the warrant execution. Deputies located a large quantity of stolen property which included electronics, tools, antiques and a stolen firearm. Evidence of mail theft from approx…


Douglas Co. Sheriff's Office

REEDSPORT, Ore. - On Wednesday, January 22, 2020, at 9:30 pm, a deputy stopped a white 2000 Honda Accord on Highway 101 near milepost 219. He contacted the occupants of the vehicle and issued warnings for minor traffic violations. 
Following the traffic stop, the deputy learned the occupants had provided him with a false name for a male in the vehicle. He was able to determine the true identity of the male and learned he had an outstanding warrant for his arrest. 
On Thursday, January 23, 2020 at 2:18 am, the deputy observed the vehicle and subjects in the 600-block of Winchester Ave. The deputy contacted them and took 46 year-old Tito Manuel B. Noriega of North Bend into custody on the warrant.   Subsequently deputy located approximately 10 grams of suspected methamphetamine on Noriega's person. 
The driver, 50 year-old Michelle Leigh Brown of North Bend, was taken into custody for Hindering Prosecution. Brown was found to be in possession of 5.5 g…

Update: Woman Arrested in Connection with September 2019 Shooting

Washington Co. Sheriff's Office

Detectives from the Washington County Sheriff’s Office Violent Crimes Unit have continued investigating the circumstances that led up to the shooting death of Philip Cloud on September 23, 2019. As part of the ongoing investigation, detectives executed several search warrants and interviewed dozens of people.
On January 8, 2020, detectives secured an arrest warrant for Tracy Lynn Cloud, age 46. Ms. Cloud was the estranged wife of the victim in this shooting.
Earlier this afternoon, deputies took Ms. Cloud into custody.
Ms. Cloud has been lodged in the Washington County Jail on charges of second-degree murder and unlawful use of a weapon.
The Washington County Sheriff’s Office wishes to thank the United States Marshals Fugitive Task Force for their assistance with this investigation.

Detectives Investigating Shooting in East Salem

Marion Co. Sheriff's Office

On January 21st, 2020, shortly after 11:00 pm, deputies from the Marion County Sheriff’s Office were dispatched to a shooting in the area of Snoopy Lane NE and Linus Court NE, in the unincorporated area of Salem.  Deputies arrived on scene to find a silver Chrysler 300 crashed into a van; one adult male in the vehicle had what is believed to be a gunshot wound to the head.  Medics transported the victim to an area hospital where he is in critical condition.  A short time later, two additional adult males arrived at Salem Hospital with gunshot wounds from the incident.  Both have been treated and released for their injuries.
Detectives from the Criminal Investigations Unit have taken over the investigation and are investigating.  If anyone has information about the shooting they are being asked to call the Sheriff’s Office non-emergency dispatch at 503-588-5032.

Search Warrant Served in White City

Jackson Co. Sheriff's Office

WHITE CITY,Ore. The Jackson County Sheriff's Office served a search warrant in the 8000 block of Gladstone in White City on 012120 at 10:50PM.
During the service of the warrant a total of 15 people were detained at the scene.  Three subjects were cited and released for drug law violations and one was arrested for warrants. 
Arrested was Elizabeth Ann Hibberd, 052680. She was lodged on two warrants.

The warrants were Failure to Appear PCS Meth, $7500 bail and Failure to Appear-Violation of No Contact Order Bail $7500.
Subjects cited for Possession of Controlled Substance were:
Adam James Hackworth, 040379, for PCS Meth.
Justin Dwayne Eidem, 101779, for PCS Meth.
Tara Marie Holland, 062584 for PCS Meth.
JCSO is continuing to investigate this incident.

Investigation leads to arrest for possession of child pornography

Deschutes Co. Sheriff's Office

For approximately the past six months, detectives with the Deschutes County Sheriff’s Office have been investigating Michal Wills. The detectives division received a tip from Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) regarding Michael Wills possibly possessing and distributing child pornography.  During the investigation detectives were able to confirm Wills was the person involved.

On January 14, 2020 detectives contacted Wills at his residence. Wills was interviewed, and a search warrant was later served at his residence. During the search warrant detectives seized various electronic devices belonging to Wills. A search warrant to analyze the electronic devices was later granted, and a forensic examination of the electronic devices revealed Wills was in possession of images of child pornography.  

Wills was contacted again on January 21, 2020 and interviewed regarding the evidence located on his electronic devices. It was learned during the investigatio…

Man charged with 27 counts in Wood Village break in and sexual assault

Multnomah Co. Sheriff's Office

On Sunday, January 19, 2019, around 5:30 a.m., Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office patrol deputies were dispatched to a 911 call from a Wood Village residence. Deputies responded to a residence located in the 22900 Block of NE Halsey St. and contacted a woman who reported that a stranger broke into her home and sexually assaulted her. The man left the residence before deputies arrived. Deputies searched the area for the suspect with the help of a police K9. Based on the description provided by the victim, deputies located the suspect outside a nearby apartment complex approximately three hours later. Alfredo Guzman, 24, was taken into custody without incident.
Detectives learned Guzman, a stranger, entered through an unlocked door. They also learned the woman’s young children were present in the home at the time the incident occurred. Guzman is charged with 27 total counts on the following crimes: Sex Abuse in the First Degree x2Attempted Sex Abuse in t…

Victim Crushed Between Cars, Suspect Arrested for DUII

Portland Police Bureau

A pedestrian is in the hospital with serious injuries after being crushed between her car and a car that hit her.

On Monday, January 20, 2020 at 1:18 p.m., East Precinct Officers were dispatched to a report of a pedestrian-involved crash in the 4800 block of Southeast Steele Street. When officers arrived they found a woman who had been crushed between two cars. The victim, a 75-year-old female, was treated by paramedics and then transported to a hospital. Her injuries are serious.

The Traffic Division responded to assist with the investigation. Officers determined that the victim was standing behind her parked car on the side of Steele Street. She was getting items out of the trunk of her car when the suspect ran into the victim and her car, causing traumatic injuries to the victim's legs.

The officers arrested the driver of the vehicle. Hayley R. Jean (photo), 35, of Portland, was booked into the Multnomah County Detention Center on charges of Assault in the Se…