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Coos County Sheriff's Deputies Assist Bandon Man Stuck In The Snow

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Coos County Sheriff's Office On March 3 rd 2023 at 4:00 p.m. the Coos County Sheriff’s Office Dispatch Center received a report of a man who was stranded in the snow at Rock Creek Campground (South of Powers). It was further reported the man had been at the location since February 20 th when his vehicle become disabled, however this was the first report to the Sheriff’s Office of this incident. Due to currently being stuck in deep snow with additional concerns of incoming inclement weather and having limited food resources remaining the man was requesting to be rescued from the campground. Deputies Gray and Baker immediately responded to Rock Creek Campground through deep snow (3 feet) to locate the individual.  At approximately 6:51 p.m. Deputies Gray and Baker located Matthew G. Taylor (59) years of age from Bandon. Mr. Taylor was cold and hungry but otherwise uninjured.  Mr. Taylor was transported out of the mountains and given a ride to Bandon by members of the Coos County Sh

REPORT OF ARMED THREAT AT SHERIFF'S OFFICE PARKING LOT LEADS TO PURSUIT AND ARREST

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Deschutes Co. Sheriff's Office On March 2, 2023, at 8:56 pm, Deschutes County Sheriff’s Office deputies were dispatched to a report of a male in front of the Deschutes County Sheriff’s Office Adult Jail who had fired a round and was waiting for Law Enforcement in the parking lot. The Deschutes County Sheriff’s Office and the Adult Jail was placed on lock down, during which time investigators attempted to locate and verify the report. The male was not located in the front parking lot and initial searches did not indicate whether or not a live round was fired. The reporting party who advised Deschutes County 911 of the initial threat was able to provide more information as to the current location of the suspect, later determined to be Preston-Cooper. Investigators were able to locate the suspect vehicle in the Sunriver Business Park where Preston-Cooper was reported to be residing. Preston-Cooper was witnessed loading items into his Jeep Cherokee and left the business park travelling

RESIDENTIAL STRUCTURE FIRE - 205 SE LANE AVENUE

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Roseburg Fire Dept. At 8:05 a.m. on March 3, 2023, Roseburg Fire Department personnel responded to a reported residential structure fire at 205 SE Lane Avenue.  Dispatch notified responding units that all residents had evacuated the structure.  Upon arrival on scene, firefighters found a two story, residential structure with heavy fire and smoke coming from the kitchen area of the home, which was located in the back portion of the structure.  Occupants of the residents informed fire officials that they were sleeping and awoke to smoke inside the residence and smoke alarms sounding. Firefighters conducted a primary and secondary search on both stories of the home, made an interior attack to extinguish the fire and completed extensive overhaul.   The home sustained structural, smoke, and water damage.  The displaced family included two adult residents and one child.  The American Red Cross is assisting the displaced residents.  Two family dogs were able to evacuate the home; unfortunatel

SHERIFF'S OFFICE ON SCENE OF A FATAL CRASH

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Marion Co. Sheriff's Office On March 3, 2023, shortly after 3 am, deputies responded to a single vehicle fatal CRASH involving a single occupant in the area of Lancaster Dr NE and Auburn Rd NE.  Sheriff's Office CRASH team is now on scene and investigating.  We have no further information available at this time.  Lancaster Dr NE between Center St NE & Auburn Rd NE will be closed for the next several hours, please use an alternate route.   The Sheriff's Office was assisted by the Marion County Fire District #1 and the Keizer Police Department.   Click Here To Download Our App

Shooting At Charleston Fire Department Parking Lot

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Coos County Sheriff's Office On March 3, 2023 at 12:38 a.m. the Coos County Sheriff’s Office Dispatch Center received a call of shots fired in the parking lot of the Charleston Fire Department located at 92342 Cape Arago Hwy, Coos Bay, OR.  Deputy Francis was in the area and arrived on scene almost immediately. Deputy Francis located one subject shot and was instrumental in rendering living saving aid until medical personnel arrived on scene.  The Coos County Sheriff’s Office is conducting an investigation into the incident. All parties involved in the incident have been identified and there is no risk to the general public. At this time no arrests have been made as the investigation is on-going.  Any further information release on this incident will come from the Office of the District Attorney.  Click Here To Download Our App

JUSTIN VAIL URE

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DCSO JAILVIEWER 163.405 - SODOMY 1ST DEG  Level:   F 161.405 - ATT TO COMMIT A CLASS A FELONY  Level:   F 163.427 - SEX ABUSE 1ST DEG  Level:   F 163.405 - SODOMY 1ST DEG  Level:   F 163.405 - SODOMY 1ST DEG  Level:   F Click Here To Download Our App

GRESHAM POLICE SEARCHING FOR MISSING ADULT

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Gresham Police Dept Gresham, Ore.— Gresham Police is asking for the public’s assistance in locating a missing 26-year-old man who suffers from memory loss and other mental health concerns and is missing his medication. Devon Malone-Brown was last seen walking in the area of N. Philadelphia Ave and Lombard St. in Portland, around 2:00p.m. yesterday, and did not return to his home in the 17500 block of SE Sherman Ct., in Gresham. Devon is familiar with Trimet and may be trying to get to his mother’s house, in the 2100 Block of SE Cypress Ave., in Portland.   Devon is described by his family as a Black male who is approximately 5 feet 10 inches tall and weighs 165 pounds. He has black hair with a mustache, goatee, and brown eyes. Devon was last seen wearing a Gray hooded Oregon sweatshirt and red sweatpants; as seen in the attached picture.   Anyone who knows of Devon Malone-Brown’s whereabouts is asked to call 911 or non-emergency police dispatch at 503.823.333                     Click

1988 COLD CASE MURDER SUSPECT ARRESTED

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Washington Co. Sheriff's Office In November of 1988, 30-year-old Deborah Lee Atrops was reported missing by her husband, Robert Elmer Atrops, then 34 years old. Although still married, the two had separated in June of 1988, and Mr. Atrops was living in the couple's home on SW Conzelmann Road in Sherwood. Mrs. Atrops resided in an apartment in Salem with the couple's adopted daughter, then eight (8) months old. While her parents were at work, the child was cared for by a babysitter in Newberg. During the evening of November 29, 1988, Mr. Atrops picked their child up from the babysitter while Mrs. Atrops was at a hair appointment in Tigard. She was expected to be at Mr. Atrops' home to pick up her daughter between 7:30 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. Mr. Atrops later told investigators that Mrs. Atrops never arrived at his house. He called Mrs. Atrops' acquaintances and family and asked about her whereabouts. Mr. Atrops later called the Tigard Police Department to make a missing p

GRESHAM POLICE SEARCHING FOR MISSING ENDANGERED 12-YEAR-OLD

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Gresham Police Dept Gresham, Ore.— Elijah Delarosa, previously reported as missing endangered, was located, unharmed in Troutdale, shortly before 2:00p.m. Gresham Police and Elijah’s family would like to thank those who looked for Elijah. Gresham, Ore.— Gresham Police is asking for the public’s assistance in locating a missing endangered 12-year-old. Elijah Delarosa left a relative’s home in the 2800 Block of SE Evelyn Pl., sometime overnight. Elijah’s family is worried about his welfare because of a note he left behind indicating he may hurt himself. Elijah lives in SW Portland but it is unknown where he may have gone. Elijah is described by his family as a Hispanic male who is approximately 5-feet and 7-inches tall and weighs 130 pounds. He has wavy dark brown hair that goes down to his ears and brown eyes. Anyone who knows of Elijah Delarosa’s whereabouts is asked to call 911. Click Here To Download Our App

Fire Sprinklers Control Fire

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Redmond Fire & Rescue At approximately 11:20 pm on March 1, 2023 Redmond Fire & Rescue was alerted to a structure fire at the Redpoint apartments located at 1455 SW Pumice Ave. Upon the arrival of crews there was no visible smoke or fire from the apartment building. Upon further investigation it was determined a grease fire had occurred in a second floor kitchen and was quickly controlled and extinguished by the buildings fire sprinkler system. Crews assisted residents with water removal and ensured everyone was accounted for.  One resident received minor burns and was treated on the scene. A total of 5 residents were displaced from two units. Grease fires happen when oil, grease, or fat on a stovetop, oven, or deep-fat fryer gets hot enough to ignite. These fires burn very hot and can spread if not handled properly. The instructions for how to put out a grease fire must be followed in this exact order: Turn off the stove. Cover the pot, pan, or fryer with a lid. Douse the fire

Suspect From Officer Involved Shooting Identified

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Douglas Co. Sheriff's Office ROSEBURG, Ore. -   The identity of the man who died in the officer involved shooting Tuesday morning has been released by investigators.  On Tuesday, February 28, 2023, at 12:45 a.m., 9-1-1 dispatchers received multiple reports of a disturbance at the Roseburg Senior Center where several individuals had been stabbed by a male who was utilizing the warming center. Officers from the Roseburg Police Department responded to the scene. A male suspect, 20-year-old Mia Tulasi Dasa of Grants Pass, refused to comply with officer’s directives and attempts to de-escalate the situation and the use of non-lethal levels of force. Ultimately, an officer utilized lethal force against the subject who died at the scene despite lifesaving efforts.  The police officer remains on paid administrative leave per the agency's policy.  No additional details are expected to be released at this time. The Douglas County Major Crimes Team is investigating the incident with the D

Missing child alert -- Elisa Gutierrez is missing and is believed to be in danger

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Oregon Department of Human Services (Salem) – The Oregon Department of Human Services (ODHS), Child Welfare Division, asks the public to help find Elisa Gutierrez (she/her), age 16, a child in foster care who went missing from Portland on Feb. 4. Elisa is believed to be in danger. ODHS asks the public for help in the effort to find Elisa and to contact 911 or local law enforcement if they believe they see her. Elisa is suspected to be in the Portland Metro area and likes to spend time at Fred Meyer and Starbucks in North Portland and Oregon City.  Name: Elisa Gutierrez, she also goes by Izzy and Lee Pronouns: She/her Date of birth: April 17, 2006 Height: 5-feet-6-inches Weight: 100 pounds Hair: Black Eye color: Brown Other identifying information: Portland Police Bureau Case #42 2023-32612 National Center for Missing and Exploited Children #1472024 Sometimes when a child is missing, they may be in significant danger and ODHS may need to locate them to assess and support their safety. A

Male Arrested After Robbery at Grants Pass Mini Market

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Grants Pass Police Department Grants Pass, Ore. – Yesterday morning at 6:21 AM, Grants Pass Police Officers responded to the AM/PM Mini Market on NE Terry Lane regarding a robbery that had just occurred. A 39-year-old male allegedly took items from the store without paying and, when confronted by store employees, brandished a knife to escape. Officers located the subject near the Fred Meyer store and arrested him without further incident or injury. The robbery suspect, identified as Nicholas A. Hiseley-Copeland, was lodged at the Josephine County Jail for Second-Degree Robbery and Third-Degree Theft. Click Here To Download Our App

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Medford Police On February 28, 2023, MADGE Detectives arrested two suspects for possession of narcotics following a months-long investigation. The suspects were from out of the area and contacted when they arrived in Medford to distribute the narcotics. MPD K9 Max alerted Detectives to the suspect’s vehicle when it was contacted. A search of their vehicle revealed 10 pounds of meth and three ounces of fentanyl. Detectives arrested 20-year-old Saidy Karoline Izaguirre-Espinal for: ▪️Unlawful Possession and Unlawful Delivery of Methamphetamine ▪️Unlawful Possession and Unlawful Delivery of a Schedule II Controlled Substance – Fentanyl Izaguirre-Espinal is currently lodged at the Jackson County Jail. Detectives also arrested a 17-year-old juvenile male for Unlawful Possession and Unlawful Delivery of Methamphetamine. The male is currently lodged at the Jackson County Juvenile Detention. MADGE (Medford Area Drug and Gang Enforcement) is a gang and narcotics team comprised of local, state a

JOSHUA FREDRICK FONTANE SCHREIBER

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DCSO JAILVIEWER 811.540.3.A - ATTEMPT TO ELUDE POLICE OFFICER - VEHICLE OFFENSE  Level:   F 811.140 - RECKLESS DRIVING  Level:   M 163.195 - RECKLESSLY ENDANGERING ANOTHER PERSON  Level:   M Click Here To Download Our App

OFFICER INVOLVED SHOOTING INVESTIGATION

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Roseburg Police Dept. UPDATE - The stabbing victims in this case have all been identified and are in stable condition with non-life threatening injuries.     ROSEBURG, Ore. –  A disturbance at the Roseburg Senior Center, which was being utilized as a temporary warming center for the night, resulted in an officer involved shooting early Tuesday morning.  On Tuesday, February 28, 2023, at 12:45 a.m., 9-1-1 dispatchers received multiple reports of a disturbance at the Roseburg Senior Center where several individuals had been stabbed by a male who was utilizing the warming center. Officers from the Roseburg Police Department responded to the scene. A male suspect, whose identity is being withheld at this time, refused to comply with officer’s directives and attempts to de-escalate the situation and the use of non-lethal levels of force. Ultimately, an officer utilized lethal force against the subject who died at the scene despite lifesaving efforts.  The involved officer has been placed on

Coos Bay Man Arrested For Assault And Unlawful Use Of A Weapon

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Coos County Sheriff's Office On February 28, 2023 at 9:00 p.m. the Coos County Sheriff’s Office Dispatch center received a report of an assault which had occurred on Robertson Lane, near Barview. Deputy Z. Smith from the Sheriff’s Office responded to the location and contacted the victim.  During the course of the investigation it was learned the victim was, “Pistol whipped,” by the suspect who was identified as Daniel Lauby (41) years of age of Coos Bay. After speaking with the victim Deputy Z. Smith placed out an attempt to locate (ATL) for Mr. Lauby on the charges of assault II, and unlawful use of a weapon.  Officers from the Coos Bay Police Department along with the Oregon State Police assisted in searching for Mr. Lauby in the Coos Bay area. Deputy Z. Smith ultimately located Mr. Lauby back at the residence on Robertson Lane. Mr. Lauby briefly attempted to flee from Deputy Smith before he was taken into custody. D D aniel T. Lauby (41) was arrested and transported to the Coos

TRAVIS JOE JANUARY

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DCSO JAILVIEWER 811.540.3.B - ATTEMPT TO ELUDE POLICE OFFICER - FOOT  Level:   M 811.540.3.A - ATTEMPT TO ELUDE POLICE OFFICER - VEHICLE OFFENSE  Level:   F 811.140 - RECKLESS DRIVING  Level:   M 144.350 - PAROLE VIOLATION  Level:   X 164.225 - BURGLARY 1ST DEG  Level:   F 163.190 - MENACING  Level:   M 163.190 - MENACING  Level:   M 163.195 - RECKLESSLY ENDANGERING ANOTHER PERSON  Level:   M 163.195 - RECKLESSLY ENDANGERING ANOTHER PERSON  Level:   M 161.405 - ATT TO COMMIT A CLASS B FELONY  Level:   F 163.160 - ASSAULT 4TH DEG  Level:   M 166.065A - HARASSMENT  Level:   M 166.220 - UNLAWFUL USE OF WEAPON  Level:   F 166.220 - UNLAWFUL USE OF WEAPON  Level:   F 166.025 - DISORDERLY CONDUCT 2ND DEG  Level:   M 164.354 - CRIMINAL MISCHIEF 2ND DEG  Level:   M 164.045 - THEFT 2ND DEG  Level:   M Click Here To Download Our App

SAR Snow Cat Rescues Missing Women

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Jackson County Sheriff's Office   JCSO Case 23-1167   JACKSON COUNTY, Ore. – Jackson County Sheriff’s Office (JCSO) Search and Rescue (SAR) Snow Cat located two missing women this afternoon after they were stranded in deep snow overnight. The women became stuck in snow while attempting to drive around the I-5 closure. Their phone GPS routed them onto an unmaintained road. JCSO deputies and SAR personnel searched for them all night and into this morning before they were located this afternoon 14-miles up West Fork Evans Creek Road in the Elderberry Flats area. The women made the right decision by staying with their vehicle until they were rescued. Overall, around 20 SAR volunteers searched for the women with four-wheel-drive vehicles and the Snow Cat. Thanks to the SAR volunteers for a successful mission. Tucker Sno-Cat Corporation Click Here To Download Our App

Overnight Search Continues for Two Missing Women, Last Seen in Shady Cove

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Jackson County Sheriff's Office JCSO Case 23-1167 SHADY COVE, Ore. – Jackson County Sheriff’s Office (JCSO) is actively searching for two women from Eugene missing out of Shady Cove last night. JCSO deputies searched all night in deep snow, checking multiple travel routes from Jackson County to Eugene before initiating a Search and Rescue (SAR) callout early this morning. Right now, multiple SAR vehicle search teams are out looking with JCSO deputies and family members of the missing women. Douglas County Sheriff’s Office is assisting with the search efforts. The missing women left Shady Cove last night at 5:20 p.m. in a grey 2010 Volkswagen Jetta, Oregon license plate number 613HQJ. Missing is Taylor Marie Lange, 21, of Eugene, described as 5’8” tall, weighing 140 lbs., with brown hair and brown eyes. Also missing is Talia Esther Rosenbloom, 20, of Eugene, described as 5’7” tall, weighing 140 lbs., with brown hair and brown eyes. If you see the vehicle or the missing women, please

OFFICER INVOLVED SHOOTING INVESTIGATION

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Douglas Co. Sheriff's Office ROSEBURG, Ore. –  A disturbance at the Roseburg Senior Center, which was being utilized as a temporary warming center for the night, resulted in an officer involved shooting early Tuesday morning.  On Tuesday, February 28, 2023, at 12:45 a.m., 9-1-1 dispatchers received multiple reports of a disturbance at the Roseburg Senior Center where several individuals had been stabbed by a male who was utilizing the warming center. Officers from the Roseburg Police Department responded to the scene. A male suspect, whose identity is being withheld at this time, refused to comply with officer’s directives and attempts to de-escalate the situation and the use of non-lethal levels of force. Ultimately, an officer utilized lethal force against the subject who died at the scene despite lifesaving efforts.  The involved officer has been placed on paid administrative leave in keeping with the involved agency’s policy. The Douglas County Major Crimes Team was activated a

Seeking the public’s help locating a missing and endangered man

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Eugene Police Department   Eugene Police has taken a report of a missing, endangered man and is seeking the public’s help in locating him.    At 6 p.m. on February 26, Douglas Arthur Carney, age 70, left his home at Avamere Riverpark, at 425 Alexander Loop. He left on his manual wheelchair without his medicine and has not been seen since that time. Carney requires several medications and without them will quickly decline. Although he is confined to a wheelchair, he can walk very short distances.     Carney is white,  5'05" tall and weighing 210 pounds. He has brown/grey long and thin/wispy hair and blue eyes. He was last seen wearing a maroon sweater, green camo print pants.    He so far appears to be in the Eugene area, perhaps near Clark and Van Buren.  Carney has a history of visiting a location in the 1000 block of City view, as well as destinations in Creswell and Roseburg.    If anyone locates Carney they are asked to call 911. Click Here To Download Our App

PROLIFIC IDENTITY THEFT SUSPECT WANTED, VICTIMS URGED TO FILE A POLICE REPORT

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Multnomah Co. Sheriff's Office Multnomah County Sheriff's Office detectives are seeking the public's help in locating 31-year-old Justin Ray Jones, who's wanted for a string of identity theft crimes, impacting people in Oregon and across the country. Detectives believe Jones is actively attempting to commit additional fraud, identity theft and forgery crimes. Additionally, Jones is currently wanted for identity theft and related crimes, and absconding from parole. Jones is known to frequent the Woodstock, Mt. Scott and Lents neighborhoods of Portland. Jones is using multiple aliases and fraudulent identifications. To help the public identify Jones, a booking photo from 2021, is attached to the news release. Currently, there are approximately three dozen victims, but detectives believe the number is likely higher. If you recognize Jones and have any information on his whereabouts, or believe you may have been victimized by Jones, you’re urged to call the MCSO Tip Line at

DONALD JAMES HOKE

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DCSO JAILVIEWER 164.045 - THEFT 2ND DEG  Level:   M 144.350 - PAROLE VIOLATION  Level:   X 999.001 - FAILURE TO REPORT AS SEX OFFENDER - 1  Level:   F Click Here To Download Our App