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Wednesday March 5, 2014 - Times viewed: 7568
HILLSBORO, Oregon — A 24-year-old Oregon man has pleaded guilty to manslaughter and assault in the August 2012 death of his girlfriend's 4-year-old son. Brian Canady had been charged with murder in the death of Zachary Dutro-Boggess. The boy collapsed at the suburban Tigard homeless shelter where his family was living. Canady admitted to detectives that he kicked the child in the stomach two days earlier. Prosecutors say the boy died of blunt force trauma to his abdomen and a delay in medical treatment. Canady was not sentenced at Tuesday's hearing in Washington County Circuit Court in Hillsboro. The boy's mother is also charged with murder and assault. Her case is pending. ...
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Tuesday March 4, 2014 - Times viewed: 7823
CORVALIS, Oregon - On Monday, March 3, 2014, at about 4:51 PM, Benton County Sheriff's Office Marine Deputies were dispatched to a water rescue involving multiple people on the Willamette River at the Harrison Street Bridge near Corvallis. The Oregon State University Crew Team was practicing with multiple boats on the Willamette River. Nine students were on an approximately 30' crew boat upriver from the bridge. They struck the west pier of Harrison Street broadside. They were all thrown from the boat into the river. There were no personal floatation devices onboard because crew boats are exempt from normal requirements from recreational boats, including personal flotation devices. However, another coach was in a prop powered boat and was able to retrieve all of the crew members. One crew member complained of slight head pain from hitting the pier, but there were no other injuries. The crew boat was wrapped around the pier, near the center of the boat. The marine deputies assisted the crew staff and were able to free the boat. It was torn in half and was a total loss. The value of the carbon fiber boat was valued at around $35,000. The water in the Willamette Rive ...
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Tuesday March 4, 2014 - Times viewed: 7583
PORTLAND, Oregon - Oregon has many ties to the American Civil War, but none were as colorful and controversial as Ulysses S. Grant, who first reported for duty at Columbia Barracks as an Army Lieutenant in September of 1852 (where the current day reconstructed Fort Vancouver now stands.) As a part of Oregon Territory at that time, Columbia Barracks would become the home away from home for many soldiers and West Point graduates like Quartermaster Grant who were assigned to frontier duty or sent to route explorations for the planned transcontinental railways across the uncharted west. Past biographers of Grant had been quick to jump on the bandwagon in repeating the rumors about his drinking problems, and his failure to make a successful living after he left the service to return to work in the civilian sector. However, Professor Henry W.Brands, a native of Portland, Oregon who used to roam as a child through the city park named in honor of our 18th President; has written a thinking man's biography entitled "The Man Who Saved the Union: Ulysses Grant in War and Peace" (Doubleday 2012) which is more balanced and gives the soldier/statesman his due. According to a review on the ...
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Tuesday March 4, 2014 - Times viewed: 7671
PORTLAND, Oregon — A man wearing armored underwear was arrested, accused of using a cutting torch on a Portland ATM machine. A Portland police officer confronted the suspect at the ATM parking lot early Sunday. Police say the The 32-year-old man sprayed pepper spray and ran before he was caught and arrested. He was wearing two ballistic vests with ballistic panels sewn into undergarments covering his legs, arms, back and crotch. He was also armed with a knife and had a stun gun and acetylene torch in a backpack. These undergarments afforded him ballistic covering down his arms, legs, buttocks and crotch area. Fischer was also armed with a large knife. The liquid sprayed at the officer was pepper spray. The suspect was identified as 32-year-old Mark George Fischer. Fischer was booked into the Multnomah County Jail on charges of Felon in Possession of Body Armor, Attempted Aggravated Theft in the First Degree, Attempted Assault on a Police Officer, Attempted Escape in the Third Degree, Interfering with a Peace Officer, Menacing, and Possession of Burglary Tools. ...
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Tuesday March 4, 2014 - Times viewed: 7793
KLAMATH FALLS, Oregon — The purchase price was not disclosed for the sale of three Big R stores in Oregon, Klamath Falls, White City and Redmond. All three were owned by Rock Tyrholm. The purchase was make by Albany-based Coastal Farm and Ranch Rob Miller, manager of the Klamath Falls store, said the purchase would mean the store will be called Coastal Big R and expand its product lines. Coastal Farm and Ranch was founded in 1963 and now has 15 locations in Oregon and Washington state. ...
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Tuesday March 4, 2014 - Times viewed: 7650
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — An Oregon state wildlife biologist says the two bald eagles that found themselves tangled together for several hours in a Portland tree appeared to be males involved in a clash over territory. KGW-TV reports (http://is.gd/OLf5So ) the eagles managed to pull their tangled talons apart Monday afternoon and fly away just as officials from the Audubon Society and the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife arrived to help. The eagles got a little extra motivation as a truck with a bucket lift approached their tree. Neighbors who had gathered to watch cheered as they flew off. At least one of the birds appeared injured. However, state biologist Susan Barnes says the birds are resilient and the injured one probably will recover in the wild. ...
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Tuesday March 4, 2014 - Times viewed: 7527
PENDLETON, Ore. (AP) — A Pendleton, Ore., man and his two teenage sons say they found a thirsty, famished Airedale terrier struggling to move in deep snow when they paused after a 14-mile snowmobile ride into the northeast Oregon backcountry. The East Oregonian reports (http://is.gd/TPAkrm ) that Brian Stewart sent his sons back to camp to fetch a sled last Saturday. They loaded the dog and took him back to their camp, where he was able to eat and drink. Then they put him in a tent and turned up the portable heater. In Stewart's words, "His feet were like ice. We got him warmed up." The dog is now staying at a farm belonging to some friends while Stewart and his sons try to find the animal's owner. ...
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Monday March 3, 2014 - Times viewed: 7608
Detectives are still trying to determine why David Gonzalez, 23, of Woodburn and Richard Hess, 25, of Woodburn attempted to rob three victims at a residence near Mount Angel. Detectives suspect that Hess and Gonzalez arrived at the residence around 1:00 a.m. and confronted the residents. After escaping the residents called 911 and both Hess and Gonzalez were captured near the scene by law enforcement. ...
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Monday March 3, 2014 - Times viewed: 7647
At 11:00 am, 9-1-1 dispatchers received a report of a construction worker buried under approximately two feet of dirt in an 11-foot deep trench. The incident occurred at 12715 SW Bowmont St. in Portland while the crew was repairing a residential sewer line. Two workers entered the trench to assist the man, reportedly in his 20's, and were able to clear dirt away from his face so that he could breathe. ...
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Monday March 3, 2014 - Times viewed: 7585
BEAVERTON, Ore. -- The Beaverton City Library (12375 SW 5th Street) hosts a public screening of Academy Award (R) Nominated Director Robert Stone's film, Pandora's Promise, a film about nuclear energy, on Tuesday, March 18 at 6 p.m. in the library's auditorium. Environmentalists in the film make their case for why nuclear power is the best option for fulfilling growing energy demands of the planet without increasing fossil fuel consumption. A question and answer period will follow with Adam Bless, of the Oregon Public Utility Commission. Bless has a degree in nuclear engineering and has more than 27 years of experience working in nuclear power as both an inspector and engineer. "This film screening will help continue our community's discussion on sustainability options for our region," said Abigail Elder, library director. "We're happy the library can facilitate this kind of dialogue as we think about the future livability of Beaverton." This event is the third in a lineup of programs hosted by the Beaverton City Library this spring exploring options for a sustainable future. For more information, contact Librarian Jill Adams at 503-350-3613 or jadams@BeavertonO ...
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Monday March 3, 2014 - Times viewed: 7592
PENDLETON, Oregon - Police are investigating multiple crashes involving commercial motor vehicles Sunday night along Interstate 84 east of Pendleton that resulted in the death of two men. The victims' names and additional related information will be released Tuesday. According to Lieutenant Mike Turner, on March 2, 2014 at approximately 7:30 p.m., OSP troopers, ODOT and local emergency responders were dispatched to reports of numerous traffic crashes in the area of Interstate 84 near milepost 221. Several crashes occurred in reported heavy fog on icy roads, most involving commercial motor vehicles. ...
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Monday March 3, 2014 - Times viewed: 7736
PENDLETON, Oregon — Although he talked freely about how he committed the crimes, it's still unclear why a Marine deserter from California fatally stabbed an Eastern Oregon motel maid and beat another woman with a metal pipe, an investigator says. Lukah Chang pleaded guilty in January and has been sentenced to life in prison for the two attacks that unnerved Pendleton. In an extensive story that also reported on an interview with Chang's sister, the East Oregonian (http://bit.ly/1hYD5MP) described law enforcement authorities as still puzzled about Chang's motive. "I don't think even he can answer that," said Police Chief Stuart Roberts. "If he could, he would have." In July 2012, Chang got on a bus and left the Marine Corps at Camp Pendleton in Southern California. He arrived at Pendleton in Eastern Oregon in August. Roberts said Chang told detectives he watched 19-year-old Amyjane Brandhagen clean rooms at the Travelodge — one of the motels he stayed in until he ran out of money. Chang said he noted that she opened rooms she planned to clean and closed doors when she entered. He told detectives he circled behind the motel, crept to an open room and waited for her, ...
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Monday March 3, 2014 - Times viewed: 7573
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — A trench for sewer workers collapsed Monday in suburban Portland, and one was buried to his waist in the 15-foot hole. Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue said the worker was removed from the hole in the afternoon after spending more than three hours in the dirt and mud. The man was alert during the ordeal, but reported having trouble feeling his legs. The Oregonian reports (http://bit.ly/OUhGMK ) that the worker received oxygen and sports drinks during the rescue while crews shored up the walls and suctioned dirt from the hole. The collapse happened in Cedar Hills in Washington County, where the workers were replacing a sewer line. Rescuers from Tualatin and Portland responded to the scene. ...
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Monday March 3, 2014 - Times viewed: 7527
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — A white supremacist accused of a Northwest crime spree that claimed four lives has accepted legal help less than two months after winning the right to represent himself at his upcoming trial. Court-appointed attorneys Renee Manes and Richard Wolf confirmed Monday they are representing David "Joey" Pedersen. Pedersen and Holly Ann Grigsby are awaiting a July 7 trial on federal charges of kidnapping, carjacking and murder. They are accused of killing a man on the Oregon coast and another in Northern California. Pedersen previously pleaded guilty to murder for the slaying of his father and stepmother in Everett, Wash. Authorities say the 2011 killing spree was part of a white supremacist scheme. Attorney General Eric Holder decided not to seek the death penalty. ...
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Monday March 3, 2014 - Times viewed: 7570
WOODLAND, Washington – A semi-truck hit and killed a man early this morning in the northbound lanes of Interstate 5 near Woodland. The northbound lanes were closed for several hours after the crash. Northbound I-5 reopened at 7 a.m. The driver of the semi called 911 at about 2 a.m. to say he believed he may have hit someone walking on the freeway. He reported that he was driving in the right lane and changed to the center lane when he saw lights reflecting on the right shoulder. Washington State Trooper William Finn said northbound I-5 reopened at Woodland at 7 a.m. The northbound lanes were closed for several hours after the crash. “It appears the driver of the car that was on the shoulder was in the center lane wearing dark clothing,” said Finn in a news release. There were no other passengers or witnesses and investigators say they don't know why the man was in the center lane. Police did not release the name of the dead man but said he is not from Oregon or Washington. Traffic lanes were reopened just before 7 a.m. ...
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Monday March 3, 2014 - Times viewed: 7612
Linn County Sheriff Bruce Riley reports his deputies are investigating a drowning that occurred at Clear Lake, located on Hwy 126 near the Santiam Pass. On March 2, 2014, at 12:23 p.m. the sheriff's office received a 9-1-1 call reporting that a group of three men had been scuba diving and one did not surface. James Paul Ward, 49 years old, of Forest Grove was diving in Clear Lake with longtime friend Christopher Todd Baggarley, 46 years old, of Banks and his 24-year-old son, Todd Michel Baggarley also from Forest Grove. All three were diving together at approximately 10:00 a.m. when Ward indicated he was going to surface. Ward was seen ascending to the surface and did not signal any distress. Ward is described as an experienced diver. The Baggarleys continued their dive and surfaced about 20 minutes later at which time they discovered Ward missing. They were not able to locate Ward on the shore or at their cabin. A search of the shoreline failed to locate Ward so they contacted Linn County Parks personnel at the resort. Due to lack of telephone coverage, park personnel had to drive to the Hwy 20/ Hwy 126 junction to call 9-1-1. At approximately 2:30 p.m. Sweet Home ...
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Monday March 3, 2014 - Times viewed: 7574
On March 3rd, at about 10 PM a citizen flagged down a passing Clackamas County Sheriff's Deputy near the intersection of SE Main Street and SE 3rd Avenue in Estacada to report a man had just been stabbed. The victim, Travis Pearch, was found stabbed multiple times near the intersection of S Broadway Street and SW 3rd Avenue. He was transported to OHSU by LifeFlight, where he is in critical condition. There was a disturbance reported between the suspect, the victim, and possibly others. The suspect, Joshua Black, was arrested at gunpoint by Sheriff's Deputies when he came out of a nearby apartment. The Sandy Police Department provides police services to the City of Estacada and is investigating the incident. Joshua Black will be charged with Assault I and transported to the Clackamas County Jail. ...
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Monday March 3, 2014 - Times viewed: 7547
PORTLAND, Oregon — Forecasters say the weekend ice in the Columbia River Gorge is being replaced by freezing rain Monday morning as the temperature warms, and it will soon be followed by plain old rain and plenty of it. The National Weather Service says a series of Pacific storms will hit the Northwest this week with a total of 2-to-4 inches of rain by Thursday in the lowlands of northwest Oregon and southwest Washington. Higher rainfall in the Coast Range and Cascades may cause flooding later this week on some streams and rivers. ...
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Monday March 3, 2014 - Times viewed: 7506
ASHLAND, Ore. (AP) — The Ashland City Council votes Tuesday night on a plan that would bring Medford water to town to help deal with a possible summer drought. The Mail Tribune reports (http://bit.ly/1i6YbwV ) Ashland would pay $3.7 million in system development charges and would raise water rates 10 percent a year for three years. The water would be pumped through the Talent-Ashland-Phoenix waterline, which already stretches to Talent. It could be extended to Ashland by late summer. ...
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Sunday March 2, 2014 - Times viewed: 7550
Northwest potato growers say they’ve been snubbed in a federal nutrition program. The U.S. Department of Agriculture Friday finalized changes to the Women, Infants and Children program, or WIC, and it will cover all fruits and veggies, but not potatoes Low-income women who are pregnant or who have young children can get a modest monthly voucher to buy certain foods. The list includes milk, cheese, whole grain bread, fruits. And there on page 93 of the finalized rule, it says any variety of vegetable … “except white potatoes.” Chris Voigt, head of the Washington Potato Commission, says he is “I’m at a loss, I really am.” He, along with growers in Idaho, Oregon and other potato states fought hard against the exclusion. Voigt says the money isn’t the issue — it’s the message the government is sending about the potato’s nutritional value. “How’s it going to sound to a mother when the counselor hands her these extra dollars to go out and purchase any fruit or vegetable you want – except the potato?” asks Voigt. Officials at the Department of Agriculture say Americans already eat plenty of potatoes and don’t need federal aid to eat any more. Potato growers may ask Congr ...
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Sunday March 2, 2014 - Times viewed: 7595
SALEM, Oregon - U.S. Senator Ron Wyden is saying cleanup at the Hanford Nuclear Reservation is like something out of the movie “Groundhog Day.” In a boathouse on the Columbia River in Portland, Ore., Saturday, he said the problems at the nuclear site repeat over and over. Senator Wyden says key documents at Hanford were kept from him, the State of Washington and the public. “We were told in 2012 that this double-shelled tank … was an isolated issue,” said Wyden. “Now we have obtained documents indicating some very serious questions about whether that was actually the case.” That report reveals construction problems with the leaky double-hulled tank at the southeast Washington site are likely repeated in six other double-shelled tanks as well. He says this key information was kept out of recent cleanup negotiations and the Department of Energy hasn’t been straight with the people of the Northwest. Wyden says he wants U.S. Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz to report back in 45 days with possible solutions to the aging tanks. Tom Fletcher is a top federal manager on the tanks at Hanford. He says the Energy department creates dozens of reports, and he’s not sure why the stat ...
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Sunday March 2, 2014 - Times viewed: 7548
Until now, medical marijuana dispensaries in Oregon have operated under a grey area of the law. But starting Monday, they can apply for legal recognition. But the future is unclear for some dispensaries as local governments across the state move to ban the storefront operations. The Oregon Health Authority expects up to 400 medical marijuana dispensaries to apply for a license in the opening days of the registry program. At $4,000 per license, that’s potentially more than $1 million in revenue for the state — money that will be used to oversee dispensaries and make sure they’re complying with state rules. But even if they’re legal in the eyes of the state, dispensary owners in some two dozen cities across Oregon could run afoul of local bans. The Oregon Health Authority will be issuing the permits, but as Tom Burns, director of the OHA’s Pharmacy Program, says, “what local authorities want to do at that point is up to local authorities.” Some Oregon lawmakers are backing a bill that would override all local bans of medical marijuana dispensaries. A vote on that could come this week. Copyright 2014 NWNews. To see more, visit http://www.nwnewsnetwork.org/. ...
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Sunday March 2, 2014 - Times viewed: 7549
A commercial truck driver received minor injuries Sunday morning after losing control of his truck on the icy-covered roadway near Shaniko and rolling off Highway 97. On March 2, 2014 at approximately 6:00 a.m., a commercial truck pulling a semi-trailer was southbound on Highway 97 near milepost 62 when the truck's driver lost control traveling downhill entering a curve. The truck and trailer traveled across the northbound lane and went off the west side of Highway 97, rolling onto its top and causing the trailer split open and spilling apples across the embankment. Both fuel tanks punctured, leaking approximately 140 gallons of diesel on the ground. The truck's driver, who was using safety restraints, was able to get out of the truck on his own power with minor injuries. He was transported by ambulance to St. Charles Medical Center in Madras. His name is not available for this release. OSP was assisted at the scene by South Sherman Fire & Rescue and ODOT. Trooper Matthew Newby is the lead investigator. ...
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Sunday March 2, 2014 - Times viewed: 7650
EUGENE, Oregon — A Eugene man who had been accused of assaulting his 92-year-old former mother-in-law is now facing a manslaughter charge. William Fred Brockamp was arrested Dec. 23, just hours after his ex-wife came home and found her mother, Viola Kelly, with a bloodied face and bruised arm. Kelly died eight days later, and prosecutors have now modified the charge to manslaughter, which carries a mandatory minimum of 10 years in prison for a conviction. The 50-year-old Brockamp pleaded not guilty to the earlier charges of third-degree assault and criminal mistreatment. According to a Eugene Police detective's sworn affidavit, he claimed he defended himself when Kelly attacked him, giving her a shove that caused her to land on her face. Brockamp was arraigned Friday in Lane County Circuit Court on the manslaughter charge. He and Viola Kelly's daughter, Carol Kelly, divorced in 1997 but continued living together. ...
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Sunday March 2, 2014 - Times viewed: 7541
PRINEVILLE, Ore. (AP) — Difficulty contacting witnesses in the military has slowed an investigation of Prineville's police chief, who was put on leave last September. Officials have released few details about the reasons for the investigation of Chief Eric Bush, beyond describing it as a "personnel matter" unrelated to the administration of justice. The investigation has been handled by the Local Government Personnel Institute, which helps local governments in Oregon with labor issues. Its executive director, Diana Moffat, says investigators have had a difficult time arranging interviews with a handful of witnesses because of their military commitments. Moffat said she could not say whether the witnesses serve with Bush, who is a brigadier general in the Oregon Army National Guard. A 30-year veteran of the Guard, Bush has at times been called away from Prineville to fulfill his military obligations. He served in Iraq for 14 months in 2009-10. ...
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Sunday March 2, 2014 - Times viewed: 7543
VANCOUVER, Wash. -- Investigators now believe the driver who slammed head-on into another car on Interstate 5 on Friday was not drunk or impaired, but simply confused. The crash killed a 6-year-old boy and critically injured his aunt, Ericka Gorremans, and her 10-year-old son. They're both in critical condition at OHSU on Saturday evening, according to Trooper Will Finn with Washington State Patrol. A close family friend told KATU that Gorremans may not be able to walk for up to a year, while her son may lose a leg. "It's going to be a long, long recovery for them," said Amy Henson, who says both families got together for dinner a few nights before the crash. She broke down talking about the 6-year-old who died, Henry. "He was such a happy boy," she said, Gorremans was Henry's aunt, but both boys lived with her in La Center, says Henson. In fact, Henry shared a room with his 10-year-old cousin. Henson says Gorremans is a single mother with disabilities. Henry's mother also lives nearby and is "a total wreck," she said. Gorremans and the boys were driving home on Friday afternoon and were only five exits away. Gage Musgrave, 84, drove the wrong way o ...
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Sunday March 2, 2014 - Times viewed: 7548
MILWAUKIE, Oregon - On Saturday, two teen males attempted to cross Hwy 224 at SE 37th Avenue against the traffic signal at 9 in the evening. Both teens tried to cross the highway in the crosswalk, but against the walk-signal. Disregarding the traffic control device, they tried to run across in front of an approaching vehicle travelling westbound on Hwy 224. The first teen was successful in crossing the inside lane before the westbound vehicle entered the crosswalk. The second teen chose to follow, but impacted with the driver's side of a 2004 Ford F150 pickup travelling at a highway speed of about 50 mph in the inside lane. The driver of the Ford pickup had the right-of-way on a green traffic light. She stopped immediately, stayed on-scene and is cooperating with the investigation. The driver was not impaired, and there is no indication alcohol or drugs were involved. The driver was not injured. The injured teen was transported by ambulance to OHSU with non-life-threatening injuries. The investigation is continuing. ...
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Sunday March 2, 2014 - Times viewed: 7525
PORTLAND, Oregon - At 8:34pm Portland Fire & Rescue responded with Gresham Fire and Emergency Services to a residential fire at 17500 E Burnside St. The crew from Station 31 (Rockwood) arrived and found heavy fire involvement on the second floor of the residence. A fire attack hose line was used to extinguish the flames while additional fire crews searched for potential victims and ventilated the smoke and fire from the attic space. No victims were found in this fire and there was no report of any injuries. The fire was brought under control at 8:56pm and fire crews remain on scene mopping up. A fire investigator is on scene working to determine the fire cause and damage estimates. ...
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Sunday March 2, 2014 - Times viewed: 7655
CORVALLIS, Ore. (AP) — A Corvallis man has been sentenced to 290 days in jail on charges of sexually abusing a 12-year old girl. The sentence for 26-year-old Roberto Nunez is part of a plea agreement reached Thursday. Nunez has pleaded guilty to attempted first-degree sexual abuse. Nunez will be jailed until his sentencing hearing in federal court on charges of possession and distribution of child pornography. Court documents show deputies found a young girl's underwear in Nunez' room while serving a search warrant in 2011 in a child pornography investigation. Deputies identified a potential victim, but she did not confirm the abuse. Nunez was arrested again in September after the girl's father told police she had disclosed to him she was sexually abused by Nunez at his home. ...
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Saturday March 1, 2014 - Times viewed: 7609
Police are asking for help identifying the driver of a vehicle that fled the scene of a two-vehicle serious injury traffic crash Friday night on Highway 30 about eight miles east of Astoria. Anyone with information is asked to call OSP Northern Command Center dispatch at 800-452-7888. The name of the three occupants transported are provided in this update. According to Lieutenant Andrew Merila, preliminary information indicates on February 28, 2014 at approximately 9:20 p.m., a 2002 Dodge Neon with three occupants was traveling on Highway 30 near milepost 88 when a gray 1996 Honda Passport sport utility vehicle with Oregon license plates crossed the centerline and collided head-on with the Dodge Neon. The driver of the Honda Passport, which has a fox decal on the rear window, fled the scene on foot. Investigating OSP troopers think that based upon crash damage the driver may have been injured. Information also indicates traffic was heavy at the time of the crash and witnesses may have not spoken to investigating troopers or may have picked up the driver and were unaware of the person's direct involvement in the crash. Troopers don't know if the driver was male or female. ...
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