Wednesday, January 18, 2017

ODOT: Valley, No. Coast

ODOT: Valley, No. Coast: A landslide has closed OR 36 Mapleton-Junction City Highway three miles west of Triangle Lake (mp 24.5). Travelers are advised to take alternate routes. Debris from a small slide was removed nearby earlier today and a substantial slide has now occurred. This may be an extended closure.

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Missing Person (Photo)

MISSING PERSON (PHOTO)


News Release from Clatsop Co. Sheriff's Office
Posted on FlashAlert: January 18th, 2017 3:17 PM
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Downloadable file: Brianna R Judge
The Clatsop County Sheriff's Office is asking for assistance in locating a missing person, Brianna R Judge. Brianna is a 23 year old female with brown hair and blue eyes, she is 5'3" tall and approximately 100 lbs. Brianna was last seen wearing calf high boots, blue jeans and a red or burgundy hoodie. Brianna left a residence in Elsi on January 10 and has not been seen or heard from since.

Brianna is known to frequent the Seaside to Astoria area, Beaverton and Portland areas. If you have any information that would be of help please contact the Sheriff's Office at 503-325-2061.

The Sheriff's Office will release additional information as it becomes available
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ODOT: East. Ore.

ODOT: East. Ore.: I-84 is now open for local traffic between Tower Road (Exit 159, 5 miles west of Boardman) and Exit 216 (6 miles east of Pendleton). The short freeway section is being open mainly of local traffic to get home. Commercial truck drivers are advised to stay where they are until the freeway opens completely. Truck parking is limited and motels and other services are filling up between Boardman and Pendleton. I-84 in eastern Oregon remains closed EASTBOUND between Pendleton (Exit 216) and Baker City (Exit 302), and WESTBOUND between Ontario at Exit 374 and Pendleton (Exit 216). The WESTBOUND freeway also remains closed west of Boardman at Exit 159. In the Columbia Gorge, both EASTBOUND and WESTBOUND freeways remain closed between Troutdale (Exit 17) and Hood River (Exit 64). Numerous state routes are also closed in Umatilla, Union and Baker counties due to area-wide freezing rain, snow, high winds and zero visibility in some areas. We know this is frustrating for travelers and commercial haulers, but this severe storm has already contributed to numerous crashes and trailers blown over. Wind gusts are reported in some areas at 80 mph. Blowing snow is creating blizzard-like conditions. Ice, snow and the high winds are impacting numerous highways. Continue to check TripCheck.com for update highway closure status and check local weather reports. ODOT will open routes when it is safe to do so. Please STAY OFF HIGHWAYS if possible and STAY SAFE. UPDATE

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ODOT: East. Ore.

ODOT: East. Ore.: CORRECTION: I-84 remains closed between Ontario at Exit 374 and Exit 159 (west of Boardman) due to area-wide freezing rain, snow, high winds and zero visibility in some areas between Baker City and Portland. Westbound travelers in Idaho are encouraged to stay off I-84 and not continue towards Ontario. I-84 is also closed through the Columbia Gorge between Troutdale (MP 17) and Hood River (MP 64). I-82 is also closed in Oregon between I-84 and Umatilla (Washington border). KEY REMINDERS FOR TRAVELERS: 1) Alternate routes are not recommended as severe weather and road conditions are wide-spread across central and eastern Oregon. 2) There are no safe truck parking areas left in Ontario and drivers are encouraged to stay where they are and not continue westbound towards Ontario. You may have to turn back. 3) Hotels are filling up, or full in the Ontario area. 4) Based on the weather forecast and current conditions, this is anticipated to be a long term closure. We know this is frustrating for travelers and commercial haulers, but this severe storm has already contributed to numerous crashes and trailers blown over. Wind gusts are reported in some areas at 80 mph. Blowing snow is creating blizzard-like conditions. Ice, snow and the high winds are impacting numerous highways. Most state routes have been closed in Union and Umatilla Counties. Other highways are also shut down. Continue to check TripCheck.com for update highway closure status and check local weather reports. ODOT will open routes when it is safe to do so. STAY OFF HIGHWAYS, STAY SAFE.

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ODOT: East. Ore.

ODOT: East. Ore.: I-84 WESTBOUND remains closed in Ontario at Exit 374 due to area-wide freezing rain, snow, high winds and zero visibility in some areas between Baker City and Portland. Travelers in Idaho are encouraged to stay off I-84 and not continue towards Ontario. The WESTBOUND freeway is closed at Troutdale (MP 17). - Alternate routes are not recommended as severe weather and road conditions are wide-spread across central and eastern Oregon. - There are no safe truck parking areas left in Ontario and drivers are encouraged to stay where they are and not continue westbound towards Ontario. You may have to turn back. - Hotels are filling up, or full in the Ontario area. - Based on the weather forecast and current conditions - this is anticipated to be a long term closure. We know this is frustrating for travelers and commercial haulers, but this severe storm has already contributed to numerous crashes and trailers blown over. Wind gusts are reported in some areas at 80 mph. Blowing snow is creating blizzard-like conditions. Ice, snow and the high winds are impacting numerous highways. Most state routes have been closed in Union and Umatilla Counties. Other highways are also shut down. Continue to check TripCheck.com for update highway closure status and check local weather reports. ODOT will open routes when it is safe to do so. STAY OFF HIGHWAYS, STAY SAFE.

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Sex Offender Notification (Photo)

SEX OFFENDER NOTIFICATION (PHOTO)


News Release from Marion Co. Sheriff's Office
Posted on FlashAlert: January 18th, 2017 10:41 AM
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Marion County Sheriff's Office is releasing the following information pursuant to ORS 181.507, OAR 291-28-30, which authorizes Parole and Probation to inform the public when the release of information will enhance public safety and protection.

The individual who appears on this notification has been convicted of a sex offense that requires registration with the Sheriff's Office. Additionally, this person's criminal history places them in a classification level which reflects the potential to re-offend. This notification is not intended to increase fear; rather, it is our belief that an informed public is a safer public.

NAME: Michael Lloyd Reese
SID#: 3839164
DOB: 04/11/1953
CURRENT AGE: 063

RACE: W SEX: M
HEIGHT: 5' 11'' WEIGHT: 210lbs
HAIR: BRO EYES: HAZ

RESIDENCE: 650 LOCUST ST NE SALEM, OR 97301

Michael Lloyd Reese is on Post Prison Supervision for the crime (s) of : KIDNAPPING I, KIDNAPPING I, SODOMY I

This person was granted Supervision on: 07/17/2015
Supervision expiration date is: 07/16/2018

Special restrictions include:
[X] No contact with minors (male/female)
[X] Sex offender treatment
[X] Submit to polygraph
[X] No alcohol

Other: Reese has a history of offending against female stranger victims between the ages of 6 -- 31 years.
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Gladstone Sewage Discharge Caused By Winter Rain & Melting Snow

GLADSTONE SEWAGE DISCHARGE CAUSED BY WINTER RAIN & MELTING SNOW


News Release from Gladstone Police
Posted on FlashAlert: January 18th, 2017 9:53 AM
Gladstone residents are reminded to avoid contact with the Clackamas River for several days due to a raw sewage discharge that occurred on January 18, 2017. The waste water and storm water systems were overtaxed by the current heavy rains and melting snow. The discharge occurred at the storm water outfall at the south end of Portland Avenue at West Clackamas.
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