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ISIAC DARRIUS GREEN

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DCSO JAILVIEWER 163.175 - ASSAULT 2ND DEG 166.220 - UNLAWFUL USE OF WEAPON

SECURITY GUARD SHOT BY SUSPECT WHO STOLE GUN

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Portland Police Bureau A security guard was shot in the ballistic vest by a suspect to was able to steal his gun during a scuffle. On Sunday, June 26, 2022 at 2:07a.m., East Precinct officers responded to a report of a shooting in the 12600 block of Southeast Division Street. When officers arrived they located a uniformed private security guard who had been shot in the chest. His ballistic vest prevented the bullet from injuring him. He was transported to a hospital for evaluation but had no observable injury. The victim reported that he asked the suspect to leave the private property when the suspect suddenly lunged for his holstered firearm. A scuffle ensued and the suspect got the handgun free from the holster. The security guard was able to press the button to release the magazine. But the suspect shot the victim with the chambered round. The suspect ran off and has not yet been located. No suspect information is being released at this time. The firearm and magazine were recovered

MISSING SWIMMER NOT LOCATED AFTER EXTENSIVE SEARCH IN THE COLUMBIA RIVER

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Multnomah Co. Sheriff's Office Around 5:15 p.m., on June 26, the Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office River Patrol Unit deputies responded to a report of a missing swimmer near the west end of Lemon Island in the Columbia River. Witnesses reported that the man did not resurface after jumping into the water from a boat to help a woman in the water, who was struggling to swim. The woman was able to get to safety. Firefighters from Portland Fire & Rescue and the Port of Portland Fire Department also responded in rescue boats and helped deputies perform a series of searches that included using underwater scanning technology. A U.S Coast Guard helicopter joined the search efforts as well. Unfortunately, after an extensive search, the swimmer was not located. It is presumed the man drowned. It was reported that he was not wearing a life jacket. The man’s identity is being withheld until next of kin notifications are complete. There is no further information to provide at this time.

UNPROVOKED ATTACK SERIOUSLY INJURES 2 ELDERLY VICTIMS IN DOWNTOWN PORTLAND

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Portland Police Bureau A man is facing felony assault charges after attacking 2 elderly victims in Downtown Portland. On Saturday, June 25, 2022 at 8:29p.m., Central Precinct officers and a sergeant were on a call in the area of Southeast 5th Avenue and Southeast Hall Street when they came across an assault in progress. The officers immediately arrested the suspect and summoned paramedics to assist the victims. They were transported to a hospital by ambulance. One victim, an 82-year-old man, has critical, life threatening injuries. The other victim, an 88-year-old man, was seriously hurt. His injuries are believed to be non-life threatening. Witnesses and video evidence show the suspect attacked the two men without provocation and repeatedly punched and kicked both of them, including after they fell to the ground. Assault detectives responded and investigated. They booked Keffer J. White, 29, into the Multnomah County Detention Center on charges of Assault in the Second Degree (2 count

DOUGLAS COUNTY FIRE DISTRICT NO.2 RESCUES MAN FROM WELL

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Douglas Co. Fire Dist. No.2 Douglas County Fire District No.2 responded to a report of a male that fell approximately 30 feet into a well when attempting to fix the pump in the Green district. The first arriving crew confirmed the dispatch information and requested The Fire Districts technical rescue team to assist with removing the male from the well.  Fire personnel set up a rope system to safely remove the male from the bottom of well. The male only sustained minor injuries and was treated on scene.  Douglas County Fire District No.2 responded with 2 fire engines, 1 Technical rescue truck, 2 ambulances, and 1 command vehicle. 

ANTONIO MYKI LEWIS

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DCSO JAILVIEWER 163.235 - KIDNAPPING IST DEG 163.185 - ASSAULT 1ST DEG 163.190 - MENACING 163.275 - COERCION

GRANTS PASS MAN DIES FROM GUNSHOT WOUND DURING APPARENT DOMESTIC DISTURBANCE

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Grants Pass Police Department Grants Pass, Ore. – This morning at approximately 6:00 AM Grants Pass Police units responded to the rear parking lot of a church on NE Savage Street regarding a call from a female stating she had shot someone. Arriving officers found Scott Allen Harris, a 46-year-old male, deceased from an apparent gunshot wound. Further investigation by Grants Pass Police Detectives discovered the gunshot may have been the result of domestic violence. The involved female was questioned and released. The case has been referred to the Josephine County District Attorney for review.  Anyone having further information related to this investigation is asked to contact the Grants Pass Police Department at 541-450-6260. Further media inquiries should be directed to the Josephine County District Attorney.

DOUGLAS RAYMOND PALMER

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DCSO JAILVIEWER 163.433 - ONLINE SEXUAL CORRUPTION OF CHILD 1ST DEG 163.432 - ONLINE SEXUAL CORRUPTION OF CHILD 2ND DEG

FATAL CRASH ON HWY 97-KLAMATH COUNTY

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Oregon State Police On June 24, 2022 at approximately 12:35 AM, Oregon State Police Troopers and emergency personnel responded to a two-vehicle crash on Hwy 97 near milepost 267.   Preliminary investigation revealed that a southbound GMC Truck, operated by Erika Delrio (36) of Yuba City, CA, and a northbound white Nissan Xterra, operated by Cybil Nelson (35) of Bend, collided head-on. Both vehicles were destroyed by fire due to the crash. OSP Reconstruction members are investigating the crash.     Erika Delrio was transported via life-flight to St. Charles Medical Center with critical injuries. A passenger, Martha Carriedo (60) of Yuba City, CA sustained fatal injuries and was pronounced deceased. Additional passengers, Magdalena Delrio (21) of Yuba City, CA and two male children, aged 1 and 2, were transported to an area hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. Nelson sustained fatal injuries and was pronounced deceased.   OSP was assisted by Klamath County Sheriff’s Office, Klama

SCHOOL BUS CRASH

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Lane Co. Sheriff's Office This morning at 08:43 hours, Lane County 911 dispatch received a report of a school bus crash on Marcola Road near milepost 4.   The Lane County Sheriff’s Office, Mohawk Fire and Rescue, and Eugene Springfield Fire and Rescue responded to the scene. Upon arrival, two occupants were located: an adult male driver and a single juvenile passenger. The adult male was transported to the hospital in serious condition. The juvenile was treated and released at the scene. The investigation continues, but initial indications point to the driver suffering a medical emergency, immediately preceding the crash.   Emergency responders had Marcola Road closed for a little more than an hour, to accommodate emergency vehicles and personnel.  At this time the roadway has been completely reopened and normal traffic has resumed.

OREGON STATE POLICE SW REGION DRUG ENFORCEMENT TEAM MAKES ILLEGAL MARIJUANA BUST-JOSEPHINE COUNTY

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Oregon State Police On Thursday, June 23, 2022, the Oregon State Police (OSP) Southwest Region (SWR) Drug Enforcement Section (DES) team, assisted by the Josephine Marijuana Enforcement Team (JMET), served an illegal marijuana search warrant in the 600 block of Pinewood Way, Cave Junction, Josephine County.  As a result, 3,944 illegal marijuana plants contained in seven (7) large, industrial sized greenhouses, were located, seized, and ultimately destroyed. Additionally, the property is subject to multiple code violations through Josephine County Code Enforcement, for unpermitted structures, multiple unpermitted electrical installations, and unpermitted excavation. Josephine County will move forward with legal action against the property owner which could result in closure of the property for one calendar year (illegal drug cultivation) and possible civil forfeiture. The investigation is on-going and no further information is available at this time.

Mark Allen Rockwell of Merlin Arrested For Online Sex Crimes

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Myrtle Creek Police Department On June 9, 2022, Mark Allen Rockwell, 49, of Merlin, Oregon, began an inappropriate online communication with a juvenile female.  During the course of the conversation Rockwell agreed to meet with the juvenile in Myrtle Creek for sexual activity.   On June 23, 2022 at about 6:30 PM, Rockwell was contacted by Myrtle Creek Police at Evergreen Park.  Following evidence collection and an interview, Rockwell was transported to the Douglas County Jail.  Rockwell was lodged on charges of First and Second Degree Online Sexual Corruption of a Child, and Luring a Minor.   The Myrtle Creek Police Department was assisted by the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office and Sutherlin PD. Myrtle Creek police would like to remind parents to be attentive to what your child is doing online.  Be sure to monitor your child’s internet and device usage.  If you see anything inappropriate or suspicious, please contact police immediately.

Hoover Hill Rd. Fire

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Winston -Dillard Fire District Today the Winston-Dillard Fire District was dispatched to a reported natural cover fire on Hoover Hill Rd in Tenmile. First in crews found a small 1/3 acre slow moving fire and made a quick stop on it. We would like to remind everyone in Douglas County that fire season goes into effect tomorrow, June 24th, and 12:01am. For all up to date information on fire season, as long as public use restrictions, please visit www.dfpa.net

MARK ALLEN ROCKWELL

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DCSO JAILVIEWER 163.433 - ONLINE SEXUAL CORRUPTION OF CHILD 1ST DEG 163.432 - ONLINE SEXUAL CORRUPTION OF CHILD 2ND DEG 167.057 - LURING A MINOR

15-Year-Old Charged in Teen Stabbing

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Tigard Police Department The Tigard Police Department is investigating a stabbing where a 15-year-old boy reportedly stabbed another 15-year-old boy. Just before 3:30 PM today, officers were called to Cook Park for an assault with a weapon. Responding officers found a 15-year-old victim who had been stabbed. He was rushed to the hospital and is in stable condition. Witnesses immediately identified the suspect, who was located nearby by responding officers. He was safely taken into custody and is being transferred to the Donald E. Long Juvenile Detention Center on charges of assault II and unlawful use of a weapon. Because he is a juvenile, the name of the suspect is not being released at this time.

JASON CHARLES MARLIN

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DCSO JAILVIEWER 165.055 - FRAUDULENT USE OF CREDIT CARD - 1 164.377 - COMPUTER CRIME 164.135 - UNAUTHORIZED USE MOTOR VEHICLE 164.055 - THEFT 1ST DEG

CHILD PREDATOR ARRESTED IN GRANTS PASS

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Grants Pass Police Department Grants Pass, Ore. - On Monday, 06-20-22, the Grants Pass Police Department responded to a reported sex offense that occurred at the Grants Pass YMCA.  The complainant reported her 6-year-old daughter had been subjected to sexual touching while swimming at the pool.  Management at the YMCA was advised of the incident and assisted law enforcement with the investigation.  Through the assistance of the YMCA, the individual involved in the incident with the child was identified as 66-year-old Rex McCurdy, a registered sex offender from California.  The YMCA staff advised law enforcement when McCurdy arrived back at the facility on Wednesday, 06-22-22.  McCurdy was subsequently arrested by Grants Pass Police Detectives and lodged at the Josephine County Jail for two counts of Sexual Abuse in the First Degree. Due to the nature of this incident, the Grants Pass Police Department is concerned there may be other children who may have had inappropriate contact from

CRAIG SMITH KITCHEL

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DCSO JAILVIEWER 999.001 - FAILURE TO REPORT AS SEX OFFENDER - 2

OREGON STATE POLICE SW REGION DRUG ENFORCEMENT TEAM MAKES ILLEGAL MARIJUANA BUST-JACKSON COUNTY

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Oregon State Police On Wednesday, June 22, 2022, the Oregon State Police (OSP) Southwest Region (SWR) Drug Enforcement Section (DES) team, assisted by the Illegal Marijuana Enforcement Team (IMET) of the Medford Police Department and Jackson County Sheriff’s Office, served an illegal marijuana search warrant in the 11000 block of East Antelope Rd. Eagle Point, Jackson County. As a result, 2,864 illegal marijuana plants contained in ten (10) greenhouses, were seized. Also located and seized were 209 pounds of processed marijuana bud packaged for sale on the black market, eight (8) firearms, body armor and over $10,000.00 in US Currency. Two (2) individuals were detained, identified, and interviewed. Jackson County Code Enforcement also responded to the property for multiple code violations. A total of $66,000.00 in fines were levied on the property owner for violations of unapproved greenhouse structures, multiple unapproved electrical installations, unapproved marijuana production, pro

REDMOND POLICE OFFICERS ENCOUNTER AGGRESSIVE OFF LEASH DOGS WHILE INVESTIGATING STOLEN PROPERTY

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Redmond Police Dept. On June 21, 2022, at approximately 8:00 p.m., Redmond Police Department officers were approached by several aggressive off leash dogs while investigating reports of a stolen trailer and its contents on property east of 17 th  Street in Redmond.  The interaction resulted in two of the aggressive off leash dogs being shot.   The detectives where in the process of attempting to contact occupants of a houseless camp near the location where the reported stolen property was located when they were confronted by two off leash aggressive dogs.  One of the detectives unsuccessfully attempted to separate himself from the dogs, and fired shots at one of the dogs, which later died.     A short time later a third off leash and aggressive dog ran towards the detective.  The dog owner and another person attempted to gain control of the dog without success.  The detective shot at the dog, which fled.  The status of this dog is currently unknown.  Officers stayed on scene and buried

DRUG ARREST

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Douglas Interagency Narcotics Team (DINT) On Tuesday, June 21st, 2022, 25 year old Alejandro Guadalupe Martinez was arrested and lodged at the Douglas County Jail regarding a previous investigation by detectives with the Douglas Interagency Narcotics Team (DINT).   In January of this year, detectives served a search warrant at Martinez's residence in the 600 block of Gross Loop in Canyonville.  During the search, detectives found approximately 546 pounds of processed marijuana packaged in 1 pound bags, and stored in boxes, ready for shipment.  Also found was a small number of growing marijuana plants, an undisclosed amount of cash, as well as other evidence of drug trafficking.   The residence was unoccupied at the time of the search warrant, as Martinez had been taken into custody earlier that morning by police in Fresno County, California on unrelated charges.  Martinez was later released from custody in California in March after posting $100,000 bond.  Additionally, Martinez is

ALEJANDRO GUADALUPE MARTINEZ

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DCSO JAILVIEWER 164.170 - LAUNDERING A MONETARY INSTRUMENT 475.864 - UP OF MARIJUANA 475.856 - UM OF MARIJUANA 161.405 - ATT TO COMMIT A CLASS B FELONY

Multiple Vehicle Accident on Interstate 5 Hugo

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Rural Metro Fire - Josephine County 6/21/22, 14:00 hrs. (HUGO) -- A multi-vehicle crash snarled traffic on Interstate 5 Southbound at Exit 66.  In all, several passenger vehicles, a semi-truck, a pickup hauling an excavator, and a log truck that overturned, were all casualties of the incident. The crash scene extended north and south of the overpass.  After an evaluation by Rural Metro Fire and AMR, it was determined everyone involved refused medical treatment.   ODOT and several towing companies worked quickly to open the freeway, and all lanes were restored before 3pm.  OSP is investigating the cause. #ruralmetrofire #josephinecounty

Missing Person Del Robinson

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Coos County Sheriff's Office Please contact the Coos County Sheriff's Office at 541-396-2106 if you have any information about 83 year old Del Robinson, who has been missing since 6-14-22.  His last known location was off of Dory Ln in Coos Bay, and he is thought to have his dog with him.

Assault with metal knuckles

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Lane County Sheriff's Office Yesterday just prior to 10:00am, deputies responded to an apartment complex in the 400 block of S. 2nd St. in Creswell regarding an assault that had just occurred.  Upon arrival, deputies learned that 25 year old Dakota Ray Stone of Springfield, entered the location and assaulted two people including his ex-girlfriend from over five years ago.   Stone arrived unannounced at his ex-girlfriend’s place of employment and punched a male at the location with metal knuckles, causing various facial injuries.  The male victim and Stone are not known to each other.  Stone then punched the female victim in the face, causing facial injuries to include a possible broken nose.  This attack was completely unprovoked and it has been approximately five years that Stone and the female have even seen each other.  Stone fled the location prior to deputies arriving.   Deputies were able to track him to a residence in the 3300blk of E. Game Farm Rd. in Springfield where he w

EPD seeking tips to who is providing LSD to minors downtown

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Eugene Police Department On June 16, Eugene Police Department intervened in some calls involving minors who had taken LSD and were being disruptive. The EPD Downtown Team is seeking tips regarding who is providing this drug to minors.   On June 16 around 2:00 p.m.  a young female juvenile, age 14, was reported to be harassing people downtown and Eugene Police was called. She had taken LSD and was jumping in front of LTD buses and running in and out of businesses. She was transported to a local hospital for treatment. About an hour later, there was a fight involving two juvenile males near 150 W. Broadway. When EPD DT officers contacted them, one took off running and the other juvenile did not want to provide information. When officers caught up to the 14-year-old juvenile who fled, officers found he was also on LSD. He was transported to a local hospital for evaluation.   If anyone has information regarding the provision of LSD to minors, they are asked to call Eugene Police non-emerge

OSP FISH & WILDLIFE SEEKING PUBLIC ASSISTANCE IDENTIFYING POACHING SUBJECT -- DOUGLAS COUNTY

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Oregon State Police On Friday, June 17, 2022, at approximately 4:30 a.m., OSP Fish & Wildlife Troopers received information that a young buck deer was shot at the Reedsport Public Boat Launch parking lot in the town of Reedsport. Investigation revealed that the deer was shot on-site with a handgun at approximately 3:00 a.m. The city was extra busy at this time, as a chainsaw carving competition and a rock and gem show were occurring over the weekend. Several people were camped nearby in campers and trailers. OSP Fish & Wildlife Troopers are seeking public assistance identifying the subject in the attached pictures who is suspected to have shot the young buck and left it to waste. Reedsport Police Department and Reedsport Public Works are assisting with the investigation. OSP Fish & Wildlife Division is urging anyone with information about this case to call the Oregon State Police Tip-line at 1-800-452-7888, *OSP (*677), or email at  TIP@osp.oregon.gov . Please, reference ca

MAN DECEASED AFTER SHOOTING IN POWELLHURST-GILBERT NEIGHBORHOOD

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Portland Police Bureau On Monday, June 20, 2022, at 10:09 p.m., officers from the East Precinct were dispatched to a report of a shooting at 11800 Southeast Liebe Street, Raymond Park. It was reported that a victim was helped into a privately owned vehicle that left the scene. A responding sergeant came across that vehicle with the victim inside at the intersection of Southeast 122nd Avenue and Southeast Division Street. The sergeant went to provide first aid but found the victim deceased. No arrest has been made. There are currently two crime scenes; one at Raymond Park and the other at the intersection of Southeast 122nd Avenue and Southeast Division Street. During the investigation, Southeast 122 Avenue is closed from Southeast Division Street to Southeast Clinton Street. The Portland Police Homicide Unit has responded to investigate. If anyone has information about this incident, please contact Detective Michael Greenlee at  Michael.Greenlee@ portlandoregon.gov  or 503-823-0871 or

MELISSA RENEE VALLE

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DCSO JAILVIEWER 163.175 - ASSAULT 2ND DEG 166.220 - UNLAWFUL USE OF WEAPON

Multiple In-Custody Apparent Overdoses in Jail, Local Agencies Respond Quickly

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Jackson County Sheriff's Office MEDFORD, Ore. - Two Jackson County Jail Adults-In-Custody (AIC) are in a local hospital today after an apparent overdose. At 11:25 this morning, a Jackson County Sheriff’s Office (JCSO) Corrections deputy was nearby when an AIC began suffering from an apparent medical emergency. The deputy responded with Jail medical to begin treatment and a second AIC also began exhibiting signs of an apparent overdose.  Multiple agencies responded to assist including Medford Police Department (MPD), Medford Fire, JCSO Corrections and Patrol deputies, and Mercy Flights ambulances. In total, five doses of Narcan was administered between the two patients and they were both responsive as they were transported to a local hospital. At this time, the patients’ condition is unknown. JCSO and MPD are conducting a joint-agency investigation to determine the source of the contraband. No further information is available at this time.

ANDREW ALAN STEELE

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DCSO JAILVIEWER 163.160 - ASSAULT 4TH DEG - FELONY 166.023 - DISORDERLY CONDUCT 1ST DEG 164.354 - CRIMINAL MISCHIEF 2ND DEG

Structure Fire in Wolf Creek

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Rural Metro Fire - Josephine County 6/20/22, 01:12 hrs. (WOLF CREEK) -- A burning structure was reported to Josephine County 911 early this morning near 100 Railroad Ave. in downtown Wolf Creek, prompting a response from Rural Metro Fire, Glendale Fire District and ODF. RM's Engine 7502 from the North Valley Station arrived to find a storage shed fully involved, with flames within inches of the Wolf Creek Community Center and Post Office.  One window was damaged, but fire did not breech the interior.  There was approximately 1/100th acre of fire spread into surrounding grass and trees.   Cause of the fire is under investigation.  Anyone with information is asked to call WCFD at 541-866-2584, or RMF at 541-474-1218. Rural Metro Fire and Glendale Fire District continue to provide a limited and delayed response to fires in Wolf Creek under an existing mutual aid agreement, as the board of directors and interim chief work to find volunteers.  #ruralmetrofire #josephinecounty #mutualaid