Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Swat Standoff with Barricaded Suspect

SWAT STANDOFF WITH BARRICADED SUSPECT


News Release from Clark Co. Sheriff's Office
Posted on FlashAlert: August 16th, 2017 9:12 PM
UPDATE: Suspect taken into custody 2040 Hrs. SCHLOSSER, Uriah K. DOB 08/27/1986 booked at CCSO jail on a Multnomah County Felony arrest warrant and new charges of Domestic Violence Breaking and Entering. No injuries.

Swat Standoff with Barricaded Suspect
Sheriff's deputies responded to an unwanted subject this afternoon just after 4:30 PM at a residence 6814 NE 119th Street. The homeowners reported that their 30 year old son that does not reside at their home had arrived there and was told he wasn't welcome and asked to leave. The son broke into the home through a secured patio door shattering the glass. The parents fled in fear. It was discovered that the son has an outstanding felony arrest warrant. No one else is in the residence. Attempts to have the suspect leave the residence and surrender have been unsuccessful. SWAT and Crisis Negotiators' are on scene. NE 119th Street is closed 50th Ave east to 72nd Ave.
No further information is being released at this time. On scene personnel are requesting that media helicopters are interfering with their ability to hear please back off.
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ODOT: Central Ore.

ODOT: Central Ore.: US26 east of Prineville extremely congested due to vehicles arriving for event. Backup estimated at 14 miles, but traffic is moving. Law enforcement and ODOT on hand to facilitate movement. Motorists urged to exercise good judgement.

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Swat Standoff with Barricaded Suspect

SWAT STANDOFF WITH BARRICADED SUSPECT


News Release from Clark Co. Sheriff's Office
Posted on FlashAlert: August 16th, 2017 6:26 PM
Swat Standoff with Barricaded Suspect
Sheriff's deputies responded to an unwanted subject this afternoon just after 4:30 PM at a residence 6814 NE 119th Street. The homeowners reported that their 30 year old son that does not reside at their home had arrived there and was told he wasn't welcome and asked to leave. The son broke into the home through a secured patio door shattering the glass. The parents fled in fear. It was discovered that the son has an outstanding felony arrest warrant. No one else is in the residence. Attempts to have the suspect leave the residence and surrender have been unsuccessful. SWAT and Crisis Negotiators' are on scene. NE 119th Street is closed 50th Ave east to 72nd Ave.
No further information is being released at this time. On scene personnel are requesting that media helicopters are interfering with their ability to hear please back off.
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Deputies Arrest 65 Impaired Drivers During July, Enhanced Patrols Continue Through Labor Day Weekend

DEPUTIES ARREST 65 IMPAIRED DRIVERS DURING JULY, ENHANCED PATROLS CONTINUE THROUGH LABOR DAY WEEKEND


News Release from Washington County Sheriff's Office
Posted on FlashAlert: August 16th, 2017 5:10 PM
The Washington County Sheriff's Office, in cooperation with the Oregon State Sheriff's Association and through grant funding from the Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT), provided enhanced DUII patrols during the month of July. In total, deputies arrested 65 impaired drivers during that month.

Deputies will continue extra patrols during the month of August and will provide special attention to the Labor Day holiday. These extra patrols are designed to reduce the number of impaired drivers on our roads and to reduce the number of serious injury and fatal traffic crashes. Drivers who drive impaired are a leading cause of traffic deaths.

The Washington County Sheriff's Office encourages the public to drink responsibly, plan ahead, and have a designated driver or alternate method of transportation. Driving impaired is a choice- please do your part to keep our roads safer and make a difference this Labor Day holiday.
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Clackamas County Sheriff's Office invites teens to 'Drive with a Cop' Oct. 21 (Photo)

CLACKAMAS COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE INVITES TEENS TO 'DRIVE WITH A COP' OCT. 21 (PHOTO)


News Release from Clackamas Co. Sheriff's Office
Posted on FlashAlert: August 16th, 2017 3:57 PM
Downloadable file: DriveWithACopTitleCard.jpg
DRIVE WITH A COP VIDEO PROMO:
- Dropbox: https://www.dropbox.com/s/czh510a4ilbw1h1/DriveWithACopPromo.mp4?dl=0
- YouTube: https://youtu.be/AbdE5XOubW8
- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/385638251522068/videos/1483178968434652/

Registration is now open for the third annual "Drive with a Cop," scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 21 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Portland International Raceway (1940 N. Victory Blvd., Portland).

The Clackamas County Sheriff's Office developed "Drive with a Cop" to help save lives on the road.

"I believe we are really making a difference in the lives of kids," said Sheriff Craig Roberts. "Our goal is to help empower teens to make good decisions on the road."

"Drive with a Cop" is scheduled during National Teen Driver Safety Week. The event pairs teen drivers with Clackamas County Sheriff's Office deputies -- as well as law enforcement officers from across the state who are trained driving instructors -- for a day of training behind the wheel and in the classroom.

Car crashes are the number one killer of young people nationwide.

"It's amazing to try and prevent some of these car crashes from happening in the future," said Sgt. Brad O'Neil. "They are quite devastating not only to the people involved but to the families, witnesses, and officers who respond to these."

At "Drive with a Cop," teens learn about the dangers of distracted driving, speeding, and how being impaired by drugs and alcohol impacts decision making behind the wheel. Participants wear "impaired goggles" that simulate the experience of driving drunk or high to demonstrate the dangers of driving while under the influence.

Teens also hear from several speakers impacted by teen car crashes, including Carrie Higgins who lost her 17-year old daughter Maddi in a high speed car crash on Pete's Mountain Road on June 8, 2014.

"If we can save just one life, if someone comes out with just a little something it will be worth it," said Carrie Higgins.

"Drive with a Cop" is made possible through a partnership with Oregon Impact, an organization providing educational experiences to end impaired and distracted driving, along with a generous grant from State Farm.

To register for "Drive with a Cop," go to the website at http://www.drivewithacop.com.

"Drive with a Cop" is free and open to the first 100 people to register. You must be at least 16 years old and have a driver's license and insurance to participate. Sign up now, as spots fill up quickly.

For additional information please contact Event Coordinator Kim Lippert at 503-785-5016 or klippert@clackamas.us.

A promo video is linked (in several formats) above, and a promotional flyer is attached.

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***Update #2 ** Audubon Society Offers Additional Reward Money for Illegal Killing of Bald Eagle -Washington County

***UPDATE #2 ** AUDUBON SOCIETY OFFERS ADDITIONAL REWARD MONEY FOR ILLEGAL KILLING OF BALD EAGLE -WASHINGTON COUNTY


News Release from Oregon State Police
Posted on FlashAlert: August 16th, 2017 3:48 PM
*** Update #2
The Audubon Society is offering a reward of up to $1,000 for information leading to a conviction of the person or persons responsible for the illegal killing of a Bald Eagle on or around June 27th 2017. This is in addition to a $1,000 reward offered by the Oregon Hunters Association Yamhill Chapter, a $1,000 reward offered by the Oregon Hunters Association Tualatin Valley Chapter, and $1,000 reward offered by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.

Oregon State Police ask that anyone with information about the case contact:
Senior Trooper Mike VanRenterghem at 1-800-452-7888 or the
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service at 503-682-6131.

Below are the previous releases from the Oregon State Police related to this case:

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**** UPDATE PHOTO ADDED **** OSP SEEKING PUBLIC'S ASSISTANCE IN LOCATING WITNESSES TO BALD EAGLE - WASHINGTON COUNTY (PHOTO)

News Release from Oregon State Police
Posted on FlashAlert: June 28th, 2017 5:16 PM
Downloadable file: IMG958265.jpg

On June 28, 2017 at about 10:15 AM, Oregon State Police responded to the area of Old Highway 47 and Looking Glass Drive, which is north of the town of Gaston, for a report of an injured Bald Eagle. The injured Bald Eagle was initially reported last week, but was able to fly away and could not be captured. This morning, Oregon State Police located the injured Bald Eagle after following it through thick brush, a knee deep swampy marsh area and a short distance through a field before it was finally captured. The injured Bald Eagle was taken to the Audubon Society where it was evaluated and determined that its injury was likely caused by a gunshot wound.

Oregon State Police and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service are asking the public for any information that may lead to a person(s) involved in this incident. Please refer calls for this case to Senior Trooper Mike VanRenterghem or Trooper Tayler Jerome at phone number 1-800-452-7888(Case Number SP17221814) or the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Services at 503 682-6131
Contact Info:

Sergeant Yvette Shephard
Public Information Officer
Oregon State Police

Media Email: OSPPIO@state.or.us
Media Phone (Cell) 541-419-8843

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Twitter: @ORStatePolice
Facebook: @ospsocial
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Death Investigation- Grand Ronde- ** Update #2 on Investigation Status *** (Photo)

DEATH INVESTIGATION- GRAND RONDE- ** UPDATE #2 ON INVESTIGATION STATUS *** (PHOTO)


News Release from Oregon State Police
Posted on FlashAlert: August 16th, 2017 3:40 PM
Downloadable file: [NCIC]29851981LEMSlsbo1502839292018.jpg
***UPDATE #2***
Based on the investigation conducted the information the Oregon State Police received Dayleen Crowder's death showed no evidence of foul play. The Oregon State Police is continuing to ask anyone who had seen or spoken to Crowder since the end of July to call the Northern Command Center at the below listed number.
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***Update#1***

On August 15, 2017 at approximately 2:00 PM, Oregon State Police and emergency workers responded to report of a deceased female off highway 18 near the exit 25 overpass (Fort Hill). The female has been identified as Dayleen Kay Crowder (age 52) from Grand Ronde.

Crowder's last known residence was in Grand Ronde at the end of July. The Oregon State Police is asking anyone who might have information or who had seen Crowder after the end of July to call the Oregon State Police Northern Command Center. Please call (800) 452-7888 and refer to case number SP17-292529. Detective Moisan is the lead detective on the case.

Oregon State Police was assisted by Polk County Sheriff's Office, Yamhill County Sheriff's Office, ODOT, Polk County Animal Control, and Polk County District Attorney's Office.

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The Oregon State Police and local Polk County agencies are conducting a death investigation off highway 18 near milepost 25 (Fort Hill area). The overpass 25 is closed at this time to help investigtors. There is no known threat to public safety. We will release information as it becomes available.

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