Saturday, August 31, 2013

Fatal Motorcycle Crash - Highway 224 west of Barton in Clackamas County

FATAL MOTORCYCLE CRASH - HIGHWAY 224 WEST OF BARTON IN CLACKAMAS COUNTY


News Release from Oregon State Police
Posted on FlashAlert: August 31st, 2013 9:01 PM
Oregon State Police (OSP) troopers are investigating the cause of a Saturday evening motorcycle crash along Highway 224 west of Barton that resulted in the death of an adult female. The victim's name will be released Sunday.

On August 31, 2013 at approximately 6:15 p.m., a motorcycle operated by an adult female was westbound on Highway 224 near milepost 11 when it traveled off the highway and struck a tree. The operator was pronounced deceased at the scene following attempts to revive her. She was wearing a protective helmet.

OSP troopers from the Portland Area Command office are investigating the crash.

OSP was assisted at the scene by Clackamas County Sheriff's Office, Boring Fire District, Clackamas County Medical Examiner's Office, and ODOT.

No photographs available at this time.

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Oregon State Police - SAT 6:45pm

Oregon State Police: Critical Inj Motorcycle Crash Hwy 224 near Eagle Creek MP 11. Off road, EMS & Police on scene. No more info. Traffic Updates TripCheck.com.

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Update: Salem Man Struck by Car on Interstate 5, Injured After Fleeing Traffic Stop in NE Salem

UPDATE: SALEM MAN STRUCK BY CAR ON INTERSTATE 5, INJURED AFTER FLEEING TRAFFIC STOP IN NE SALEM


News Release from Oregon State Police
Posted on FlashAlert: August 31st, 2013 5:55 PM
UPDATE: The driver of the pickup, ALLEN J. BAYER, age 52, from Gresham, who struck the pedestrian on Interstate 5 was arrested after the incident by OSP for DUII. He was cited and released to appear at a later date in Marion County Circuit Court.

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A 26-year old Salem man is being treated at an area hospital following a chain of events that ended with him being struck by a pickup Friday night in the northbound lanes of Interstate 5 in northeast Salem.

On August 30, 2013 at approximately 11:08 p.m., an OSP trooper attempted to stop a passenger car on Blossom Street NE near Niles Avenue NE for a headlight equipment violation. The driver didn't yield and sped off at a high rate of speed for about a half mile before the vehicle became disabled and stopped. The driver, later identified as FRANCISCO MONTALVO JR., age 26, from Salem, got out the car and refused to comply with the trooper's verbal commands as he staggered around, urinated, and made suicidal threats.

While waiting for back up officers, MONTALVO got into the car and tried to drive away as his tires burned heavy smoke. The vehicle couldn't move and as the smoke from the tires concealed any activity in or near the car, MONTALVO ran away on foot in the darkness.

After the smoke cleared and unaware the drive ran on foot, the trooper waited for more back up officers to help see if the driver was hiding in the car.

At approximately 11:18 p.m., a report was received of a pedestrian struck by a pickup in the northbound lanes of Interstate 5 near milepost 260 west of the original traffic stop.

OSP and Salem Fire Department responded to the scene and found a seriously injured male later identified as MONTALVO. He was transported by ambulance to Salem Hospital.

Once officers were able to check the car's interior, they found no other occupants inside. Investigating troopers then connected MONTALVO with the first incident.

Charges are pending and no other information or photographs available for this release.

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Thefts from Multiple Vehicles in Rock Creek

THEFTS FROM MULTIPLE VEHICLES IN ROCK CREEK


News Release from Washington Co. Sheriff's Office
Posted on FlashAlert: August 31st, 2013 3:16 PM
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August 31, 2013--Sheriff's Deputies responded Saturday morning to several reports of stolen items from vehicles in the Rock Creek neighborhood.

Early Saturday morning Washington County Deputies and Crime Scene Technicians responded to the Rock Creek neighborhood near Westview High School on several reports of vehicle theft. This neighborhood is located in the Enhanced Sheriff's Patrol District. Investigating deputies believe the vehicle thefts occurred during the night between 3:00 a.m. and 5:00 a.m. Each vehicle is being processed for possible suspect information.

The thieves targeted vehicles that were left unlocked and took small loose property of value, such as GPS, backpacks, and cell phones. The best way to prevent these types of thefts is to lock your vehicle and remove any items of value from view.

The Washington County Sheriff's Office is seeking the publics help in locating the suspects. If anyone saw anything suspicious or anyone who looked out of place, they are asked to call the non-emergency dispatch number, 503-629-0111, to speak with a deputy.

The cars were parked on the following streets:
NW COLUMBIA
NW 187th
NW LAPINIE
NW VALE
NW ATHENA
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Correction: Salem Man Struck by Car on Interstate 5, Injured After Fleeing Traffic Stop in NE Salem

CORRECTION: SALEM MAN STRUCK BY CAR ON INTERSTATE 5, INJURED AFTER FLEEING TRAFFIC STOP IN NE SALEM


News Release from Oregon State Police
Posted on FlashAlert: August 31st, 2013 8:22 AM
Correction to spelling of name.

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A 26-year old Salem man is being treated at an area hospital following a chain of events that ended with him being struck by a pickup Friday night in the northbound lanes of Interstate 5 in northeast Salem.

On August 30, 2013 at approximately 11:08 p.m., an OSP trooper attempted to stop a passenger car on Blossom Street NE near Niles Avenue NE for a headlight equipment violation. The driver didn't yield and sped off at a high rate of speed for about a half mile before the vehicle became disabled and stopped. The driver, later identified as FRANCISCO MONTALVO JR., age 26, from Salem, got out the car and refused to comply with the trooper's verbal commands as he staggered around, urinated, and made suicidal threats.

While waiting for back up officers, MONTALVO got into the car and tried to drive away as his tires burned heavy smoke. The vehicle couldn't move and as the smoke from the tires concealed any activity in or near the car, MONTALVO ran away on foot in the darkness.

After the smoke cleared and unaware the drive ran on foot, the trooper waited for more back up officers to help see if the driver was hiding in the car.

At approximately 11:18 p.m., a report was received of a pedestrian struck by a pickup in the northbound lanes of Interstate 5 near milepost 260 west of the original traffic stop.

OSP and Salem Fire Department responded to the scene and found a seriously injured male later identified as MONTALVO. He was transported by ambulance to Salem Hospital.

Once officers were able to check the car's interior, they found no other occupants inside. Investigating troopers then connected MONTALVO with the first incident.

Charges are pending and no other information or photographs available for this release.

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Unidentified Male Adult found deceased from apparent train strike on train tracks in downtown Milwaukie.

UNIDENTIFIED MALE ADULT FOUND DECEASED FROM APPARENT TRAIN STRIKE ON TRAIN TRACKS IN DOWNTOWN MILWAUKIE.


News Release from Milwaukie Police Dept.
Posted on FlashAlert: August 31st, 2013 8:07 AM
Unidentified Male Adult found deceased from apparent train strike on train tracks in downtown Milwaukie.

Milwaukie Police and the Clackamas County Medical Examiner's Office are investigating an incident in which an unidentified male adult's body was found on the railroad tracks between SE Harrison Street and SE Monroe Street in downtown Milwaukie. Injuries are consistent with being struck by a passing train.

A passerby noticed a body on the tracks this morning at about 0710 a.m. and called 911. The last train passed that location at about 8:30 p.m. last night.

Any additional updates will be forwarded to media when available.
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Salem Man Struck by Car on Interstate 5, Injured After Fleeing Traffic Stop in NE Salem

SALEM MAN STRUCK BY CAR ON INTERSTATE 5, INJURED AFTER FLEEING TRAFFIC STOP IN NE SALEM


News Release from Oregon State Police
Posted on FlashAlert: August 31st, 2013 7:53 AM
A 26-year old Salem man is being treated at an area hospital following a chain of events that ended with him being struck by a pickup Friday night in the northbound lanes of Interstate 5 in northeast Salem.

On August 30, 2013 at approximately 11:08 p.m., an OSP trooper attempted to stop a passenger car on Blossom Street NE near Niles Avenue NE for a headlight equipment violation. The driver didn't yield and sped off at a high rate of speed for about a half mile before the vehicle became disabled and stopped. The driver, later identified as FRANSISCO MONTALVO, age 26, from Salem, got out the car and refused to comply with the trooper's verbal commands as he staggered around, urinated, and made suicidal threats.

While waiting for back up officers, MONTALVO got into the car and tried to drive away as his tires burned heavy smoke. The vehicle couldn't move and as the smoke from the tires concealed any activity in or near the car, MONTALVO ran away on foot in the darkness.

After the smoke cleared and unaware the drive ran on foot, the trooper waited for more back up officers to help see if the driver was hiding in the car.

At approximately 11:18 p.m., a report was received of a pedestrian struck by a pickup in the northbound lanes of Interstate 5 near milepost 260 west of the original traffic stop.

OSP and Salem Fire Department responded to the scene and found a seriously injured male later identified as MONTALVO. He was transported by ambulance to Salem Hospital.

Once officers were able to check the car's interior, they found no other occupants inside. Investigating troopers then connected MONTALVO with the first incident.

Charges are pending and no other information or photographs available for this release.

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Update: Names Released - Double Fatal Crash - Highway 97 near Chemult

UPDATE: NAMES RELEASED - DOUBLE FATAL CRASH - HIGHWAY 97 NEAR CHEMULT


News Release from Oregon State Police
Posted on FlashAlert: August 31st, 2013 7:27 AM
A two vehicle crash on Highway 97 near Chemult occurred late Friday morning resulting in the death of both driver's. A surviving passenger with critical injuries was taking to St. Charles Medical Center by air ambulance. Oregon State Police (OSP) troopers from the Bend Area Command and LaPine office are continuing the investigation. The names are released in this update.

On August 30, 2013 at approximately 11:09 a.m., a 1989 Jeep pickup driven by KENNETH C. FRAZIER, age 44, from Gilchrist, was southbound on Highway 97 near milepost 200 and attempted to pass a southbound commercial motor vehicle in a no passing zone. A northbound 2005 Chrysler van driven by EARL R. JOHNSON, age 73, from Lake Havasu City, Arizona, attempted to avoid the Jeep pickup but was unable to and both vehicles collided on the northbound shoulder of the highway.

FRAZIER and EARL JOHNSON were pronounced deceased at the scene of the crash. A female passenger in the Chrysler van, JOANNE JOHNSON, age 71, from Lake Havasu City, sustained critical injuries and was transported by AirLink air ambulance to St. Charles Medical Center in Bend.

(OSP) troopers are continuing the investigation and do not believe that alcohol contributed to the crash. All occupants in both vehicles were wearing safety restraints. The highway was completely closed for nearly 2 hours.

No photographs for release at this time. Names of all involved will be released at a later time.

(OSP) was assisted at the scene by ODOT, Chemult Rural Fire Protection District, and AirLink.

No photographs provided for this release.

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Friday, August 30, 2013

40 Residents Displaced, 1 Injured by Second Alarm Fire in Beaverton

40 RESIDENTS DISPLACED, 1 INJURED BY SECOND ALARM FIRE IN BEAVERTON


News Release from Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue
Posted on FlashAlert: August 30th, 2013 8:53 PM
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Just after 9:00 am, 9-1-1 received multiple calls reporting smoke and flames coming from an apartment at the Country Oaks Apartmen ts located at 13795 SW Electric St. in Beaverton.

First arriving Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue crews encountered heavy, dark smoke coming from eaves of the two-story building. Residents told firefighters that everyone had evacuated. Firefighters immediately began attacking the fire and confirmed that nobody was left inside.

The incident commander called for a second alarm when fire spread to the attic, bringing additional resources to support fire suppression efforts. Approximately fifty firefighters responded to this incident and the fire was declared under control at around 9:50 am. Portland Fire & Rescue also assisted on this fire.

One person was transported to an area hospital with burns that were considered non-life threatening. One cat was found deceased and another cat is still missing. In all, 16 units were affected by the fire with smoke, water, and/or fire damage and approximately 40 people were displaced. The Red Cross is assisting impacted residents find alternate housing arrangements.

TVF&R fire investigators determined that the fire started in the kitchen of one of the apartment units as a result of oil in a frying pan. The fire loss is estimated to be $480,000.

TVF&R reminds citizens that when cooking, never leave food unattended on the stove. If you have to leave, be sure to turn off any heat source. If you are cooking with oil and a fire starts, never put water on it. Instead, put a lid on it to smother the fire and turn off the heat source if you can. If the fire appears to grow, leave and call 9-1-1 immediately.
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East County Fire & Rescue 9/11 Ceremony

EAST COUNTY FIRE & RESCUE 9/11 CEREMONY


News Release from East (Clark) County Fire & Rescue
Posted on FlashAlert: August 30th, 2013 8:52 PM
East County Fire and Rescue will be holding their annual evening 9/11 Ceremony of Remembrance on Wednesday September 11th at Station 91, 600 NE 267th Ave, Camas, next to Grove Airfield. This year there will be a special ribbon cutting and dedication of a beautiful granite memorial donated by the America for Youth Foundation and a group of local area motorcyclists. The dedication and ribbon cutting will begin at 7:30 pm, and Ceremony of Remembrance with luminarias will begin at 8:00. At that time the Fire Chief will give a short talk and then will be the reading of the names of the First Responders who lost their lives during the 9/11 a ttacks.
Make it an evening for you and your family by attending the 4th Annual Spaghetti Dinner hosted by the East County Volunteer Firefighter Association. Dinner will be served from 5:30 until 7:00 pm. Cost is by donation. Part of the proceeds from the dinner will go to the NW Burn Foundation.
Please join us for this special evening. If you need more information please call Station 91 834-4908
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Double Fatal Crash Highway 97 near Chemult

DOUBLE FATAL CRASH HIGHWAY 97 NEAR CHEMULT


News Release from Oregon State Police
Posted on FlashAlert: August 30th, 2013 7:03 PM
A two vehicle crash on Highway 97 near Chemult occurred late Friday morning resulting in the death of both driver's. A surviving passenger with critical injuries was taking to Saint Charles Medical Center by Air Ambulance. Oregon State Police (OSP) troopers from the Bend Area Command and Lapine Worksite are continuing the investigation.

On August 30, 2013 at approximately 11:09 a.m., a 1989 Jeep pickup, operated by a 44 year old male, from the Gilchrist area, was southbound on Highway 97 and attempted to pass a southbound commercial motor vehicle in a no passing zone. A northbound 2005 Chrysler van, operated by a 73 year old male, from Lake Havasu City, AZ, attempted to avoid the Jeep pickup but was unable to and the two vehicles collided on the northbound shoulder of the highway.

Both the driver of the Jeep pickup and the driver of the Chrysler van were pronounced deceased at the scene of the crash. A female passenger in the Chrysler van, age 71, from Lake Havasu City, AZ, sustained critical injuries and was transported by AirLink air ambulance to Saint Charles Medical Center in Bend.

(OSP) troopers are continuing the investigation and do not believe that alcohol contributed to the crash. All occupants in both vehicles were wearing safety restraints. The highway was completely closed for about one and a half hours.

No photographs for release at this time. Names of all involved will be released at a later time.

(OSP) was assisted at the scene by Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT), Chemult Fire, and AirLink.

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Update: OSP-Involved Shooting Investigation - Off Highway 20 southeast of Sisters (Photos)

UPDATE: OSP-INVOLVED SHOOTING INVESTIGATION - OFF HIGHWAY 20 SOUTHEAST OF SISTERS (PHOTOS)


News Release from Oregon State Police
Posted on FlashAlert: August 30th, 2013 4:37 PM
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The multi-agency investigation coordinated by Deschutes County District Attorney's Office is continuing into an Oregon State Police-involved shooting of a man following an attempt to elude along Highway 20 near Sisters in Deschutes County. The incident ended off Highway 20 on a gravel road southeast of Sisters when the man, who was armed with handgun, was found deceased in his vehicle following shots fired by Oregon State Police.

Updated information indicates on August 30, 2013 at approximately 11:50 a.m., Oregon State Police (OSP) stopped a vehicle eastbound on Highway 20 near milepost 90 following a driving complaint. During the contact, the male driver displayed a firearm at an OSP trooper and then fled eastbound in the vehicle with troopers in pursuit.

Spike strips were deployed near Sisters and then vehicle turned off Highway 20 onto Harrington Loop Road. An OSP senior trooper deployed a Tactical Vehicle Intervention (TVI) technique causing the fleeing vehicle to come to a stop between two OSP patrol vehicles. After the vehicle came to a stop, the man again displayed the firearm and two OSP officers fired. The adult male driver was found deceased inside the vehicle. No officers were injured and the firearm was recovered at the scene.

The involved OSP Major, age 42, has been employed with OSP for 21 years. The OSP Senior Trooper, age 43, has been employed with OSP for 14 years. Their names are withheld at this time. Per standard procedure in officer-involved shooting investigations, they are placed on paid administrative leave.

The area of the shooting incident is closed until cleared by investigators. The investigation is led by Bend Police Department with the assistance of Deschutes County Sheriff's Office, Sisters Police Department, Redmond Police Department, OSP Criminal Investigations Division, and OSP Forensic Services Division.

Further information regarding this investigation will come from Deschutes County District Attorney's Office.

Photographs - Oregon State Police

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Acting Public Information Officer (PIO) Through Sunday September 1

ACTING PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICER (PIO) THROUGH SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 1


News Release from Portland Police Bureau
Posted on FlashAlert: August 30th, 2013 4:27 PM
Lt. Mike Marshman will be the Acting Public Information Officer (PIO) through Sunday September 1, 2013.

Until late this evening, he is only available via email then by the PIO pager for media inquiries.

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Lincoln Interagency Narcotic Team Investigation Leads to Two Arrests, Seizure of Methamphetamine and other Drugs (Photos)

LINCOLN INTERAGENCY NARCOTIC TEAM INVESTIGATION LEADS TO TWO ARRESTS, SEIZURE OF METHAMPHETAMINE AND OTHER DRUGS (PHOTOS)


News Release from Oregon State Police
Posted on FlashAlert: August 30th, 2013 3:03 PM
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Two Lincoln City-area men were arrested Thursday by the Lincoln County Interagency Narcotics Team (LINT) on several drug charges following the execution of a search warrant.

On August 29, 2013, LINT members, assisted by Lincoln City Police and a Newport Police Department K-9 unit, served a search warrant at a residence in the 1100 block of SW 16th Street. The residence was a small detached shed next to the main house. The persons residing in the main house were not involved in the investigation.

Subsequent search led to the seizure of over three-quarters of an ounce of methamphetamine and other evidence related to possession and delivery of Methamphetamine, Fentanyl, Hashish, and the use of Heroin.

Two men were arrested and lodged in the Lincoln County Jail on the following charges:

* STEPHEN HARBIN, age 31, was arrested for Unlawful Delivery, Manufacture, and Possession of Methamphetamine; Unlawful Possession of Fentanyl; and, Unlawful Possession of Hashish.

* TYLER LANE HURLBERT, age 24, was arrested for Unlawful Possession of Heroin, and Unlawful Possession of Methamphetamine.

An adult female was also contacted but not arrested.

Further investigation is being conducted by LINT which is comprised of members of the Lincoln City Police Department, Lincoln County Sheriff's Office, Lincoln County District Attorney's Office, Newport Police Department, and Oregon State Police.

Photographs - Lincoln County Sheriff's Office

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Red Cross Opens Service Center to Assist Residents Affected by Beaverton Apartment Fire

RED CROSS OPENS SERVICE CENTER TO ASSIST RESIDENTS AFFECTED BY BEAVERTON APARTMENT FIRE


News Release from American Red Cross - Cascades Region
Posted on FlashAlert: August 30th, 2013 2:43 PM
The Cascades Region of the American Red Cross has opened a service center at the Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation Center for people affected by the Country Oaks Apartments fire in Beaverton. The service center will remain opened until 8 p.m. today and will reopen after the holiday weekend on Tuesday, September 3 from 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. The shelter is located at 11640 SW Park Way in Portland. If further assistance is needed, people can call the Red Cross 24-hour number at 888-680-1455.

This service center is in response to a 16-unit apartment fire that took place in the 13000 block of Electric Street in Beaverton, Ore. The fire affected approximately 20 people. The Red Cross provided assistance with food, shelter, clothing, lodging, comfort kits and information about disaster health and disaster mental health services.
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Lake Oswego Police Dept. - FRI 2:19pm

Lake Oswego Police Dept.: This message is sent on behalf of the Lake Oswego Water Treatment Plant:
A boil water notice is in effect for homes on Cervantes and Erasmus Street in Lake Oswego due to a water line break that occurred on Friday, August 30, 2013. Water outside this area is on other distribution lines, so is not affected. Homes on Cervantes Circle and Nova Court are not affected.
If you live on Cervantes or Erasmus Street, DO NOT DRINK THE WATER WITHOUT BOILING IT FIRST. Bring all water to a boil, let it boil for one full minute, and let it cool before using, or use bottled water.
Boiled or bottled water should be used for drinking, making ice, brushing teeth, washing dishes and food preparation until further notice. Boiling kills bacteria and other organisms in the water.
The boil water notice will remain in effect until tests show no bacteria are present. When tests are clear, you will no longer need to boil your water. A CodeRED telephone message was sent to affected residents, and we anticipate resolving the problem within 24 hours - before 4 p.m., Saturday, August 31.
Please check the City's website, www.ci.oswego.or.us, for updates or call the Lake Oswego Water Treatment Plant at 503-635-0394. A map has been posted on the City's website that highlights the affected areas.
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ODOT: Central Ore. - FRI 1:22pm

ODOT: Central Ore.: US97 at milepost 200, near Chemult. Flagging traffic thru in SB lane, NB still closed
Anticipate residual congestion. UPDATE

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Oregon State Police-Involved Shooting Investigation - Off Highway 20 southeast of Sisters

OREGON STATE POLICE-INVOLVED SHOOTING INVESTIGATION - OFF HIGHWAY 20 SOUTHEAST OF SISTERS


News Release from Oregon State Police
Posted on FlashAlert: August 30th, 2013 12:58 PM
An multi-agency investigation is beginning into an Oregon State Police-involved shooting of a subject following a attempt to elude along Highway 20 near Sisters in Deschutes County. The person in the vehicle is deceased at the scene but it is too early to confirm if the death was the result of shots fire by officers present.

Preliminary information indicates on August 30, 2013 at approximately 11:50 a.m., Oregon State Police (OSP) stopped a vehicle eastbound on Highway 20 near milepost 85 following a driving complaint. During the contact, the male driver pointed a firearm at trooper and then fled eastbound in the vehicle with troopers in pursuit.

Spike strips were deployed near Sisters and the vehicle turned off Highway 20 onto Harrington Loop Road. After the vehicle came to a stop, shots were reported fired and the male driver was found deceased inside the vehicle. No officers were injured.

The area of the shooting incident is closed. A multi-investigation team is enroute to investigate.

No other information to be released at this time until authorized by the Deschutes County District Attorney's Office and investigators.

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Update: Oregon State Police Trooper-Involved Shooting Investigation - Interstate 84 near Biggs Junction

UPDATE: OREGON STATE POLICE TROOPER-INVOLVED SHOOTING INVESTIGATION - INTERSTATE 84 NEAR BIGGS JUNCTION


News Release from Oregon State Police
Posted on FlashAlert: August 30th, 2013 12:20 PM
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The investigation into Thursday afternoon's Oregon State Police (OSP) trooper-involved shooting during a traffic stop along Interstate 84 east of Biggs Junction in Sherman County is continuing. The incident resulted in the trooper being wounded and the death of a male. The following information is approved for release by investigators and Sherman County District Attorney's Office:

* The involved officer is Trooper MATTHEW ZISTEL, age 26, assigned in the Patrol Services Division at The Dalles Area Command office. Trooper ZISTEL has been with OSP for five years and is married with no children. He was treated and released Thursday evening from Mid-Columbia Medical Center for a minor gunshot wound injury to his left side. Trooper ZISTEL has not authorized the release of his Department photograph.

* The deceased is identified as JOHN VAN ALLEN II, age 34. He has previous addresses in South Carolina and Pennsylvania, but was most recently residing in the Portland area. During the incident he was accompanied in the vehicle his three children; a 10-year old girl, and two boys ages 13 and 15. They were placed in Department of Human Services' custody last night and their names are not being released.

* An autopsy completed Friday morning at the Oregon State Medical Examiner's Office concluded ALLEN died from a single gunshot wound to the chest. No other injuries noted. Preliminary investigation indicates ALLEN was shot by the trooper during the exchange of gunfire.

* The trooper was working construction zone traffic safety overtime enforcement when he stopped the vehicle for a speeding violation. During the traffic stop, ALLEN and the trooper fired more than one round from their handguns. Total number of rounds fired is not being released at this time due to pending interview and investigation review by the District Attorney.

* The multi-agency investigating team is comprised of personnel from OSP Criminal Investigations Division, Sherman County Sheriff's Office, Wasco County Sheriff's Office, and The Dalles Police Department.

* Pursuant to the Sherman County Use of Deadly Force Investigation Guidelines, the District Attorney has the sole statutory and constitutional authority to make a decision on whether to present this to a Grand Jury. After a review of the information and evidence, and after consulting with investigators, the District Attorney shall make such decision. If the District Attorney decides to present a case to the Grand Jury, the District Attorney shall promptly notify the involved law enforcement agency, involved officer, and, when appropriate, the public.

* Officer-involved shootings can be complex. A video produced by the Lane County District Attorney's Office may help the public understand who these investigations are conducted. The video can be viewed at http://bit/ly/q0V69v.

Previously released information included:

On August 29, 2013 at approximately 12:52 p.m., an OSP trooper working overtime traffic enforcement stopped a passenger car displaying Oregon license plates eastbound on Interstate 84 near milepost 106 for a traffic violation. As the trooper exited the patrol car, the male driver of the vehicle got out and shot at the trooper who returned fire. About one minute after the stop, the trooper radioed to dispatch that he was shot after the vehicle drove away eastbound.

Back up officers from multiple law enforcement agencies from Oregon and Washington responded to the scene. OSP troopers who headed eastbound to locate the involved vehicle saw it stopped on the right eastbound shoulder about a half mile from the traffic stop scene.

When officers were able to safely check the vehicle they found the male driver slumped over the steering wheel. They pulled him out of the vehicle onto the roadway and attempted to revive him. He was pronounced deceased at the scene.

Three juvenile-age occupants in the vehicle were not injured. They were transported to The Dalles for interviews with investigators.

The injured trooper was transported to Mid-Columbia Medical Center for treatment of a gunshot wound to his side.

Pursuant to Senate Bill 111 - Use of Deadly Force investigations - a multi-agency investigation coordinated by the Sherman County District Attorney is ongoing. OSP Criminal Investigations Division and the Forensic Services Division are assisting.

Responding agencies to this incident included OSP, Sherman County Sheriff's Office, Wasco County Sheriff's Office, Klickitat County, Washington Sheriff's Office, Gilliam County Sheriff's Office, Hood River County Sheriff's Office, The Dalles Police Department, Hood River Police Department, Hermiston Police Department, Sherman County District Attorney's Office and Oregon Department of Transportation.

Both east and westbound lanes were closed for several hours resulting extensive delays. The westbound lanes were open about 6:20 p.m. and one eastbound lane opened shortly thereafter.

A photograph of John Van Allen II provided in link with this news release.

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Tigard Police Detectives Conduct Anti-Prostitution Mission

TIGARD POLICE DETECTIVES CONDUCT ANTI-PROSTITUTION MISSION


News Release from Tigard Police
Posted on FlashAlert: August 30th, 2013 12:13 PM
On Thursday, August 29th, the Tigard Police Department conducted an Anti-Prostitution mission to target and arrest subjects attempting to patronize prostitutes. As a result of the mission, nine (9) men were taken into custody and charged with the crime of Patronizing a Prostitute. All subjects arrested were lodged in Washington County Jail.

The operation took place throughout the afternoon and early evening. Several Tigard Police detectives, along with members of our patrol division converged on a Tigard area hotel, at their request. Over the past few years, numerous Tigard businesses have contacted police to express their frustration and concerns about suspected prostitution operating out of their businesses, hotels being the most impacted. In response to their needs, Tigard Police have continued to periodically focus on the crimes of prostitution which has moved, along with many other criminal ventures, into the 21st century.

What investigators know about the criminal acts of prostitution nowadays is that many contacts between prostitutes and their customers are arranged in advance on-line using various websites. Over the past couple of years, the Tigard Police Criminal Investigations Unit periodically conducts probes which have resulted in numerous subjects advertising the sales of sexual services. Investigators felt it was important to direct simultaneous efforts to also combat the customers of prostitution services. A key element of these missions has been to reinforce the fact that prostitution is not a victimless crime. The numbers are staggering regarding victims compelled into prostitution, now more likely to be connected to sexual servitude and human trafficking. Every year, scores of prostitutes are murdered, beaten and tortured both physically and mentally within the illegal sex trade.

The Tigard Police Department believes maintaining a zero tolerance policy regarding prostitution is one way to help draw attention and address this criminal venture and possibly prevent the vulnerable from entering into this enterprise.
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Klamath County District Attorney's Office News Release: Investigation of Klamath Falls PD Officer-Involved Shooting

KLAMATH COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S OFFICE NEWS RELEASE: INVESTIGATION OF KLAMATH FALLS PD OFFICER-INVOLVED SHOOTING


News Release from Oregon State Police
Posted on FlashAlert: August 30th, 2013 12:03 PM
Contact:
Rob Patridge, District Attorney
Phone: (541) 883-5147

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On Thursday, August 29, 2013 the District Attorney's Office presented to the Grand Jury the evidence in the death investigation of Matthew David Borner, age 52. After hearing testimony and receiving evidence, the Grand Jury concluded that Detective Peter York of the Klamath Falls Police Department was justified in the use of deadly force against Borner. The Grand Jury Determination of Justified Use of Deadly Physical Force is attached to this press release.

The Oregon State Police led the death investigation. Citizen witnesses, police officers, and Detective York testified at the Grand Jury proceeding.

On August 20, 2013 officers were called to the 1600 block of Portland Street, Klamath Falls, Oregon to investigate a report of a stolen vehicle. Officers dispatched to the scene were aware that the suspect was Borner, who had an outstanding felony arrest warrant with caution indicators, alerting officers that Borner was a high officer safety risk. Borner was familiar to most of the responding officers because of his Klamath County criminal history arrests and convictions for drug, assault, theft, and firearms dating back to 1982.

Officers were aware that Borner had knowledge of a current investigation. In fact, Borner told others that he was currently under Federal investigation and was expecting to go to "prison for life." Officers also knew that Borner had told family members that he was not going to go prison and that he would "commit suicide by cop."

Police arrived on scene and attempted to locate Borner. Borner exited a building and was seen by officers. Borner started running and was ordered to stop, but kept running. Borner stopped at a wire gate, turned and began to approach Detective York telling York twice "I'm gonna shoot you." Detective York twice issued commands for Borner to "get on the ground."

Instead, Borner began fumbling in his pocket, and started raising his hand out of his pocket with a black object in it. Detective York believed the item was a gun and fired four rounds from his weapon. Two of the shots struck Borner in the chest area. Borner died at the scene.
The investigation revealed that Borner did not have a firearm in his pocket.
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Klamath County District Attorney Rob Patridge said:

* "Investigators did a thorough investigation. They canvassed the local neighborhood, talked to Borner's family members and interviewed responding officers.
* Numerous citizen witnesses and officers heard Detective York issue commands for Borner to get down.

* Multiple members of Borner's family and friends said Borner told them that he "was not going back to prison", was depressed and suicidal. He told a family member he was considering "suicide by cop."

* Peter York is an outstanding Detective. It is unfortunate that a career criminal chose to end his life by threatening a dedicated police officer. Detective York is a family man who served our Country as a decorated United State Marine. Matt Borner was a coward, thief, and drug dealer who has forever negatively impacted all the citizens of Klamath County by his actions.

* Law Enforcement Officers in Klamath County do an outstanding job. Detective York is continuing the tradition that has been established by officers both past and present. I hope the community will reach out to Detective York and his family to show support for his dedication to Klamath Falls."

The eight cases pending at the Klamath County District Attorney's Office against Borner at the time of his death have been dismissed.

(Note: For informational purposes the Lane County District Attorney's Office has produced a video related to officer involved shootings that we would encourage everyone to view. You can view Lane County's video at http://vimeo.com/29282684)

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Two Men Arrested after Fighting with Homeowner over Towed Car related to "Last Thursday"

TWO MEN ARRESTED AFTER FIGHTING WITH HOMEOWNER OVER TOWED CAR RELATED TO "LAST THURSDAY"


News Release from Portland Police Bureau
Posted on FlashAlert: August 30th, 2013 11:49 AM
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Last night, Thursday August 29, 2013, at 9:30 p.m., North Precinct officers responded to a residence in the 4500 block of Northeast 18th Avenue on the report of a disturbance. As officers were en route to the scene they learned that the victim was arguing with some people who had their car towed for blocking his driveway.

As officers arrived they saw four suspects run away southbound on 18th Avenue. After a neighborhood perimeter was established, officers located 21-year-old Mitchell Asa and 24-year-old Marcus Forest-Cooper at Northeast 22nd Avenue and Regents Drive and took them into custody.

Officers contacted the victim, 37-year-old Dirk Tarman Jr., who told police that a week ago, he'd noticed a Black BMW parked in front of his house partially blocking his driveway. Tarman told police that he left a note asking that the driver not block his driveway. The BMW was parked in front of his house again last night, blocking the driveway so Tarman called police and Parking Patrol responded and had the vehicle towed.

Tarman told police that one of the suspects, Mitchell Asa, came up to his house demanding to know where the car was and he told him it had been towed and they'd need to call police to find out further information. Marcus Forest-Cooper then came up to Tarman's porch and began assaulting him and moved into the house and continued to assault him.

Tarman grabbed a cordless drill and struck Forest-Cooper in the arm, possibly with the drill bit, as Asa also joined in assaulting Tarman. Both suspects and two other men all ran away as police arrived in the area. One of the other two was not located and the fourth was not charged at this time.

Officers learned that the four parked in the area to attend "Last Thursday" festivities on Northeast Alberta Street.

When police located Forest-Cooper, he had an injury to one of his arms so he was treated and released at a Portland hospital.

21-year-old Mitchell Asa and 24-year-old Marcus Forest-Cooper were charged with Burglary in the First Degree and Assault in the Third Degree and booked into the Multnomah County Jail.

They will be arraigned on Tuesday September 3, 2013.

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Columbia Co. Rider Transit - FRI 11:38am

Columbia Co. Rider Transit: Hay truck overturn on Cornelius Pass Road. St. Helens to PCC/Willow Creek bus running late. No other information available at this tome.

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ODOT: Central Ore. - FRI 11:25am

ODOT: Central Ore.: US97 closed in both directions at milepost 200. Anticipate lengthy closure. ODOT enroute. No detour at this time.

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CRESA Will Host the "Clark Ready Expo" on September 7th

CRESA WILL HOST THE "CLARK READY EXPO" ON SEPTEMBER 7TH


News Release from Clark Regional Emergency Services (CRESA)
Posted on FlashAlert: August 30th, 2013 11:23 AM
Photo/sound file: Clark Ready Expo
No one wants to think about disasters or having to call 9-1-1 to report an emergency, especially when they could hit close to home, right?

But getting a community to understand and ready itself for disasters or to dial 9-1-1 during emergencies is vital to ensuring that we are prepared and have the ability to get back on our feet quickly when true disaster strikes.

This year, the Clark Regional Emergency Services Agency (CRESA) is getting ready for two very
significant events in honor of National Preparedness Month and 9-1-1 Day:
* Clark Ready Expo on September 7th from 11a-2p, and
* Our month-long social media game, www.30Days30 Ways.com which starts on September 1st

The Clark Ready Expo is an annual event at CRESA in which we not only open our doors so people can see 9-1-1 dispatchers "in action," but we also bring together over 35 of our partner agencies who provide specialized emergency response skills.

From bomb squads and tactical response vehicles to search and rescue animals and community volunteers, this event provides everyone with a bird's eye view of public safety agencies and community organizations within Clark County.

In addition to K-9 dog demonstrations, participants will have the opportunity to learn hands only CPR in a fast and fun manner. With face-painting, balloons, buttons and passports for kids, families will enjoy many hands-on types of activities and demonstrations. There will also be free hot dogs & pizza, while supplies last, for those who attend thanks to our generous sponsors.

Tours of the 9-1-1 Dispatch Center and the Emergency Operations Center (EOC) will provide the ability to see how we directly respond to emergencies here in Clark County.

The Clark Ready Expo will occur on 13th Street between Franklin and Harney. People can park for free nearby in the County Parking Garage which has an entrance off of Franklin, just south of Mill Plain.

This event is made possible through generous community sponsors like NW Natural Gas (who will also be giving away over 100 emergency preparedness kits at this event), Twilight Pizza Bistro, Corwin Beverages, Frito Lay, Costco, Walmart, Cash & Carry, and Air & Water Works.

We invite our entire and neighboring communities to be involved with CRESA in this fun event as we celebrate our on-going mission to be "Always Here & Always Ready" for anything that comes our way.
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Oregon State Police - FRI 11:20am

Oregon State Police: Fatal Traffic Crash Hwy 97 north of Chemult MP 200. 2 vehicles, blockage reported & no more info. Traffic updates TripCheck.com.

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Three Teens Arrested for Vandalizing and Burning a Parked Car in the Rose City Park Neighborhood

THREE TEENS ARRESTED FOR VANDALIZING AND BURNING A PARKED CAR IN THE ROSE CITY PARK NEIGHBORHOOD


News Release from Portland Police Bureau
Posted on FlashAlert: August 30th, 2013 11:16 AM
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This morning, Friday August 30, 2013, at 3:51 a.m., North Precinct officers responded to Northeast 64th Avenue and Tillamook Street on the report of three people destroying a Jeep parked on the street.

As officers were still en route to the scene, they learned the vehicle was now on fire. Portland Fire & Rescue responded and quickly extinguished the flames.

Officers arrived in the area and with the use of a Police K-9 Unit, located three teens involved in the vandalism.

Damage to the vehicle, a Jeep Wrangler, was extensive. Fire damage was limited to the interior of the vehicle, which was parked on the street with a "For Sale" sign inside.

The suspects, 18-year-old Phoenix Adagio, 18-year-old Anthony Huisman-Huls, and a 17-year-old male were charged with Arson in the Second Degree, Criminal Mischief in the First Degree, Reckless Burning, and Theft in the Second Degree.

Adagio and Huisman-Huls were booked into the Multnomah County Jail and will be arraigned on Tuesday. The 17-year-old male was lodged into the Donald E. Long Juvenile Detention Home.

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Oregon Health Policy Board/Early Learning Council joint subcommittee to meet by phone September 3

OREGON HEALTH POLICY BOARD/EARLY LEARNING COUNCIL JOINT SUBCOMMITTEE TO MEET BY PHONE SEPTEMBER 3


News Release from Oregon Health Authority
Posted on FlashAlert: August 30th, 2013 10:24 AM
August 30, 2013

Oregon Health Policy Board/Early Learning Council joint subcommittee to meet by phone September 3

What: The Oregon Health Policy Board/Early Learning Council Joint Subcommittee will meet by conference call September 3. The joint subcommittee will use this meeting to refine its "strawperson" proposal and policy recommendations for the Oregon Health Policy Board and Early Learning Council. Public testimony will not be heard during the meeting.

When: Tuesday, September 3, 8-9 a.m.

Where: Conference call only

Public call-in option: 1-877-336-1831. Participant code: 112050

Agenda:
Review and discuss draft Joint ELC/OHPB strawperson proposal

Individuals requiring accommodation in order to attend by conference call may request them by calling the Oregon Health Authority at 1-800-282-8096 at least 48 hours before the meeting.

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Hillsboro Firefighters Make Quick Work of Early Morning Vehicle Fire

HILLSBORO FIREFIGHTERS MAKE QUICK WORK OF EARLY MORNING VEHICLE FIRE


News Release from Hillsboro Fire and Rescue
Posted on FlashAlert: August 30th, 2013 7:22 AM
Photo/sound file: SUV and surrounding area at early morning fire.
Just after 12:30 Friday morning, Firefighters from Hillsboro Fire Station #1 were dispatched to a commercial fire at 171 SW Dennis Ave. They arrived to find an SUV in flames and heavy smoke coming from under the exterior covered area of a commercial tire store. The crew from Engine #1 quickly extinguished the SUV fire as additional firefighters arrived to check the building. Firefighters found no fire extension into the building. Heat and smoke damage was contained to the exterior covered area.

A Hillsboro Fire Investigator and a Hillsboro Police Officer interviewed witnesses at the scene and are working to determine the cause of the fire. The SUV was a total loss. No injuries were reported.


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Hillsboro Firefighters Make Quick Work if Early Morning Vehicle Fire

HILLSBORO FIREFIGHTERS MAKE QUICK WORK IF EARLY MORNING VEHICLE FIRE


News Release from Hillsboro Fire and Rescue
Posted on FlashAlert: August 30th, 2013 7:21 AM
Photo/sound file: SUV and surrounding area at early morning fire.
Just after 12:30 Friday morning, Firefighters from Hillsboro Fire Station #1 were dispatched to a commercial fire at 171 SW Dennis Ave. They arrived to find an SUV in flames and heavy smoke coming from under the exterior covered area of a commercial tire store. The crew from Engine #1 quickly extinguished the SUV fire as additional firefighters arrived to check the building. Firefighters found no fire extension into the building. Heat and smok e damage was contained to the exterior covered area.

A Hillsboro Fire Investigator and a Hillsboro Police Officer interviewed witnesses at the scene and are working to determine the cause of the fire. The SUV was a total loss. No injuries were reported.


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Red Cross Responds To Bend Fire

RED CROSS RESPONDS TO BEND FIRE


News Release from American Red Cross - Cascades Region
Posted on FlashAlert: August 30th, 2013 3:41 AM
On Friday, August 30, 2013, at 1:00 AM Red Cross Diaster Action Team volunteers responded to a disaster in the 19600 block of Gunwood Ln, Bend, OR. This single-family fire affected 2 adults. Red Cross provided help with lodging, food, clothing, and information about Health and Mental Health services.
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Thursday, August 29, 2013

Red Cross Responds to Klamath Falls Fire

RED CROSS RESPONDS TO KLAMATH FALLS FIRE


News Release from American Red Cross - Cascades Region
Posted on FlashAlert: August 29th, 2013 8:09 PM
On Thursday, August 29, 2013, at 5:30 PM, Red Cross Disaster Action Team volunteers  responded to a disaster in the 3100 block of Bisbee St, Klamath Falls, OR. This single-family fire affected 2 adults, 3 children, and 1 pet. This disaster occurred on August 26, 2013. Red Cross provided help with lodging, food, and information about Health and Mental Health services.

 
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Police Canine Hanlder and partner "Yago" Have Paws on the Ground in Milwaukie.

POLICE CANINE HANLDER AND PARTNER "YAGO" HAVE PAWS ON THE GROUND IN MILWAUKIE.


News Release from Milwaukie Police Dept.
Posted on FlashAlert: August 29th, 2013 8:03 PM
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Police Canine Handler and partner "Yago" Have Paws on the Ground in Milwaukie.

Officer Les Hall and canine partner "Yago" successfully graduated K-9 School, passing State Standards to become a certified K-9 team.

Through generous public donations and the concerted efforts of the Milwaukie Public Safety Foundation and the Milwaukie Public Safety Advisory Committee, the police department was able to acquire the specially trained German shepherd dog.

Officer Hall and "Yago" began training with the Portland Police Bureau's canine school the beginning of July 2013. Since that time, "Yago" and Officer Hall have been deployed a dozen times within the cities of Milwaukie, Portland, and Gresham.

Officer Hall and "Yago" most recently assisted Portland PD with the capture of a wanted man associated with a 911 disturbance call. Often the mere presence of a police canine is enough to convince a person to comply, instead of running or fighting with law enforcement officers.

"Yago" is trained to track human scent, which allows him to search for people, and also for articles that have been marked with human scent.

"Yago" is trained in basic and tactical obedience, meaning he can be used for control work, building searches, warrant services, suspect capture, and assist in high risk encounters. He may also be deployed to search for a missing person, if the situational circumstance is suitable for scent-work.

At nearly 95 pounds, "Yago" will be a formidable asset that can deter 'bad guys' from resisting and fighting with police officers. Yet, "Yago" also displays a friendly demeanor with public, often wanting a good, old-fashion belly rub.

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91-Year Old Man Arrested Following Attempt to Elude Between Biggs Junction and The Dalles (Photos)

91-YEAR OLD MAN ARRESTED FOLLOWING ATTEMPT TO ELUDE BETWEEN BIGGS JUNCTION AND THE DALLES (PHOTOS)


News Release from Oregon State Police
Posted on FlashAlert: August 29th, 2013 8:02 PM
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A 91-year old Washington man was arrested Thursday afternoon after attempting to elude and failing to stop for Oregon State Police (OSP) troopers between Biggs Junction and The Dalles. The incident came to an end after police successfully deploy ed spike strips and the man pulled into the OSP The Dalles office parking lot where he was arrested without further incident.

On August 29, 2013 at approximately 5:30 p.m., an investigation was in progress at the scene of an officer-involved shooting that closed both directions of Interstate 84 between Biggs Junction and Rufus. OSP troopers encountered a vehicle traveling eastbound in the closed section approaching the investigation scene. The vehicle was contacted by troopers and its driver was told to turn back to Biggs Junction. Troopers followed the vehicle westbound in the eastbound lanes but it didn't exit at Biggs Junction and continued westbound, passed ODOT temporary barriers and into an extensive traffic back up.

Eastbound vehicles were pulling out of the way to avoid the oncoming 2001 Chevrolet Blazer until it crossed the center dirt median into the westbound lanes. As an OSP patrol unit got alongside the Chevrolet, it steered into the OSP patrol car striking its side and disabling it from continuing.

Additional OSP units got into position but the vehicle continued westbound in the westbound lanes failing to yield at speeds up to 80 mph.

OSP and The Dalles Police Department deployed spike strips successfully hitting 3 tires. The Chevrolet continued westbound as speeds slowed while tires shredded. It took exit 87 and then headed eastbound toward the OSP The Dalles Area Command office where it stopped in the front parking lot.

The vehicle's driver, MARSEILL WILLIAM GUNNYON, age 91, was arrested without further incident. He was lodged in the Northern Oregon Regional Correctional Facility (NORCOR) in The Dalles for Felony Attempt to Elude in a Vehicle, Reckless Driving, and Misdemeanor Hit & Run. There was no evidence of intoxication and he has valid driver's license.

OSP was also assisted during this incident by Wasco County Sheriff's Office and Sherman County Sheriff's Office.

A booking photo is not available at this time on the NORCOR website.

Photographs - Oregon State Police

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Ted Cross Responds to Klamath Falls Fire

TED CROSS RESPONDS TO KLAMATH FALLS FIRE


News Release from American Red Cross - Cascades Region
Posted on FlashAlert: August 29th, 2013 7:42 PM
On Thursday, August 29, 2013, at 5:30 PM, Red Cross Disaster Action Team volunteers  responded to a disaster in the 3100 block of Bisbee St, Klamath Falls, OR. This single-family fire affected 2 adults, 3 children, and 1 pet. This disaster occurred on August 26, 2013. Red Cross provided help with lodging, food, and information about Health and Mental Health services.

 
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Update #5: Oregon State Police Trooper-Involved Shooting Investigation - Interstate 84 near Biggs Junction

UPDATE #5: OREGON STATE POLICE TROOPER-INVOLVED SHOOTING INVESTIGATION - INTERSTATE 84 NEAR BIGGS JUNCTION


News Release from Oregon State Police
Posted on FlashAlert: August 29th, 2013 7:02 PM
The investigation into Thursday afternoon's Oregon State Police (OSP) trooper-involved shooting during a traffic stop along Interstate 84 east of Biggs Junction in Sherman County is continuing. The incident resulted in the trooper being wounded and the death of a male. No names are released at this time.

On August 29, 2013 at approximately 12:52 p.m., an OSP trooper working overtime traffic enforcement stopped a passenger car displaying Oregon license plates eastbound on Interstate 84 near milepost 106 for a traffic violation. As the trooper exited the patrol car, the male driver of the vehicle got out and shot at the trooper who returned fire. About one minute after the stop, the trooper radioed to dispatch that he was shot and the vehicle drove away eastbound.

Back up officers from multiple law enforcement agencies from Oregon and Washington responded to the scene. OSP troopers who headed eastbound to locate the involved vehicle saw it stopped on the right eastbound shoulder about a half mile from the traffic stop scene.

When officers were able to safely check the vehicle they found the male driver slumped over the steering wheel. They pulled him out of the vehicle onto the roadway and attempted to revive him. He was pronounced deceased at the scene.

Three juvenile-age occupants in the vehicle were not injured. They were transported to The Dalles for interviews with investigators.

The injured trooper was transported to Mid-Columbia Medical Center for treatment of a gunshot wound to his side. The trooper, age 26, has worked for OSP for 5 years and is assigned at The Dalles Area Command office. He is expected to be released from the hospital tonight.

Pursuant to Senate Bill 111 - Use of Deadly Force investigations - a multi-agency investigation coordinated by the Sherman County District Attorney is ongoing. OSP Criminal Investigations Division and the Forensic Services Division are assisting. The names or other information of the persons involved in this incident are not being released at this time unless approved by the District Attorney.

Responding agencies to this incident included OSP, Sherman County Sheriff's Office, Wasco County Sheriff's Office, Klickitat County, Washington Sheriff's Office, Gilliam County Sheriff's Office, Hood River County Sheriff's Office, The Dalles Police Department, Hood River Police Department, Hermiston Police Department, Sherman County District Attorney's Office and Oregon Department of Transportation.

Both east and westbound lanes were closed for several hours resulting extensive delays. The westbound lanes were open about 6:20 p.m. and one eastbound lane is now open.

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ODOT: Central Ore. - THU 6:55pm

ODOT: Central Ore.: All lanes on Interstate 84 between Biggs Jct. and Rufus are now open. FINAL REPORT UPDATE

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ODOT: Central Ore. - THU 6:44pm

ODOT: Central Ore.: Interstate 84 westbound lanesbetween Biggs Jct. and Rufus are now open. Eastbound lanes are expected to open shortly. UPDATE

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Oregon State Police - THU 6:25pm

Oregon State Police: Westbound lanes I-84 MP 109 - 105 now open. Eastbound lanes should be open shortly. Traffic updates TripCheck.com.

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Two car motor vehicle accident with injuries

TWO CAR MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT WITH INJURIES


News Release from Clark Co. Fire Dist. 3
Posted on FlashAlert: August 29th, 2013 5:31 PM
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Fire District 3 responded to a two car motor vehicle accident at the intersection of 119th street and 152nd Avenue at 4:30pm today. A station wagon with two occupants was hit on the passenger side by small SUV with two occupants, all 4 were transported to Peace Health SW by American Medical Response. Injuries ranged from serious t o minor. The Clark County Sheriffs Office responded and is conducting the investigation.
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ODOT: Central Ore. - THU 5:10pm

ODOT: Central Ore.: I-84 between Biggs Junction (MP 104.5) and Rufus (MP 109) is closed in both directions. A 5-6 hour closure is expected. Motorists heading westbound on I-84 should exit at Rufus and use Highway 30 to Biggs Jct. Motorists heading eastbound should exit I-84 at The Dalles Bridge and use Washington Highway 14. UPDATE

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Health advisory lifted for water contact at Cannon, Tolovana and Short Sand beaches

HEALTH ADVISORY LIFTED FOR WATER CONTACT AT CANNON, TOLOVANA AND SHORT SAND BEACHES


News Release from Oregon Health Authority
Posted on FlashAlert: August 29th, 2013 4:56 PM
August 29, 2013

Health advisory lifted for water contact at Cannon, Tolovana and Short Sand beaches
Testing shows fecal bacteria levels have subsided

Public health advisories for contact with marine water at Cannon Beach and Tolovana Beach in Clatsop County and Short Sand Beach in Tillamook County were lifted today by the Oregon Health Authority. The advisories were issued Wednesday after water samples showed higher-than-normal levels of fecal bacteria in ocean waters.

Results from subsequent samples taken by the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality showed contamination had subsided, and the water no longer poses a higher-than-normal risk associated with water contact activities. However, officials recommend staying out of large pools of water and runoff because these are areas where increased bacteria from fecal matter can build up.

State officials continue to encourage other recreational activities at all Oregon beaches, suggesting only that water contact be avoided when advisories are in effect.

Since 2003, state officials have used a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency grant to monitor popular Oregon beaches and make timely reports to the public about elevated levels of fecal bacteria. Oregon state agencies participating in this program are Oregon Public Health, Oregon Department of Environmental Quality and the Oregon Parks and Recreation Department.

For more information, contact the Beach Monitoring Program at 971-673-0400 or www.healthoregon.org/beach; also contact the Oregon Public Health toll-free information line at 1-877-290-6767.

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UPDATE #4 - Oregon State Police Trooper-Involved Shooting - Interstate 84 east of The Dalles

UPDATE #4 - OREGON STATE POLICE TROOPER-INVOLVED SHOOTING - INTERSTATE 84 EAST OF THE DALLES


News Release from Oregon State Police
Posted on FlashAlert: August 29th, 2013 4:15 PM
Change in Media Staging Area:

Media staging will be at Celilo Park parking lot on the north side of Interstate 84 near milepost 97. Lt. Gregg Hastings, OSP PIO, is at the park and awaiting media representatives. Media briefing between 4:30 and 5:00 depending on when media arrive.

No more info to release at this time.
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The suspect involved in the officer involved shooting along Interstate 84 east of The Dalles is deceased at the scene of the incident. Interstate 84, Biggs Junction Milepost 105 - 109 remains closed for the investigation of the incident.

No further information will be released.

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An Oregon State Police trooper was wounded Thursday afternoon during a traffic stop along Interstate 84 east of The Dalles. There is a suspect detained at the scene of the incident and there is no threat to the public or nearby communities. Additional law enforcement resources are enroute to the scene. The OSP PIO is also enroute from Portland area and will update information after arriving on scene.

Interstate 84, Biggs Junction Milepost 105 - 109 is closed for the investigation of the incident. Check www.tripcheck.com for updates.

No further information to be released.



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UPDATE #3 - Oregon State Police Trooper-Involved Shooting - Interstate 84 east of The Dalles

UPDATE #3 - OREGON STATE POLICE TROOPER-INVOLVED SHOOTING - INTERSTATE 84 EAST OF THE DALLES


News Release from Oregon State Police
Posted on FlashAlert: August 29th, 2013 3:57 PM
Media staging east of Biggs Jct on I84 at west end of scene. Media contact ODOT personnel to pass roadblock. OSP PIO on scene. Note cell coverage spotty.

No more info to release at this time. Media briefing between 4:30 and 5:00 depending on when media arrive.

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The suspect involved in the officer involved shooting along Interstate 84 east of The Dalles is deceased at the scene of the incident. Interstate 84, Biggs Junction Milepost 105 - 109 remains closed for the investigation of the incident.

No further information will be released.

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An Oregon State Police trooper was wounded Thursday afternoon during a traffic stop along Interstate 84 east of The Dalles. There is a suspect detained at the scene of the incident and there is no threat to the public or nearby communities. Additional law enforcement resources are enroute to the scene. The OSP PIO is also enroute from Portland area and will update information after arriving on scene.

Interstate 84, Biggs Junction Milepost 105 - 109 is closed for the investigation of the incident. Check www.tripcheck.com for updates.

No further information to be released.



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ODOT: East. Ore. - THU 3:56pm

ODOT: East. Ore.: ODOT: Central Ore.: I-84 between Biggs Junction (MP 104.5) and Rufus (MP 109) is closed in both directions. A 5-6 hour closure is expected. Motorists heading westbound on I-84 should exit at Rufus and use Highway 30 to Biggs Jct. Motorists heading eastbound should exit I-84 at The Dalles Bridge and use Washington Highway 14. UPDATE

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Detectives Arrest 46-Year-Old Woman who Stole a Ring from an Assisted-Living Facility Resident

DETECTIVES ARREST 46-YEAR-OLD WOMAN WHO STOLE A RING FROM AN ASSISTED-LIVING FACILITY RESIDENT


News Release from Portland Police Bureau
Posted on FlashAlert: August 29th, 2013 3:00 PM
Photo/sound file: /images/news/2013-08/3056/67196/Theresa_Reba_Mozell_White_46.jpg
Today, August 29, 2013, a detective from the Portland Police Bureau's Special Property Investigations Detail and an officer assigned to the Behavioral Health Unit arrested 46-year-old Theresa Reba Mozell White of North Portland, for her role in the theft of a wedding ring from a resident of a Northeast Portland assisted-living facility.

Portland Police were originally called to the assisted-living facility in July 2013 on a report that an unknown woman had entered the facility's dining hall, encountered a 92-year-old resident, and pulled a wedding ring off the victim's finger against her will. The ring was located in a nearby pawn shop, and transaction records helped police identify White as the suspect.

White was booked into the Multnomah County Jail on the following charges: Robbery in the Third Degree, Theft in the First Degree, and Theft in the Second Degree.

The victim, assisted-living facility and pawn shop are all requesting privacy at this time and do not want to do any media interviews.

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ODOT: Central Ore. - THU 2:53pm

ODOT: Central Ore.: I-84 between Biggs Junction (MP 104.5) and Rufus (MP 109) is closed in both directions. A 5-6 hour closure is expected. Motorists heading westbound on I-84 should exit at Rufus and use Highway 30 to Biggs Jct. Motorists heading eastbound should exit I-84 at The Dalles Bridge and use Washington Highway 14. UPDATE

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Oregon State Police - THU 2:48pm

Oregon State Police: I-84 between Biggs Junction and Rufus is closed in both directions for an officer involved shooting investigation. Motorists are being directed onto Highway 30. More information as it becomes available. Check www.tripcheck.com for updates.

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Pedal Through the City at Bike Beaverton on Sept. 8

PEDAL THROUGH THE CITY AT BIKE BEAVERTON ON SEPT. 8


News Release from City of Beaverton
Posted on FlashAlert: August 29th, 2013 2:45 PM
Photo/sound file: The sixth annual Bike Beaverton event features three family-friendly routes suitable for most skill and experience levels.
- Bike rodeo begins at 1 p.m. followed by a family-friendly bike ride at 2 p.m. -

The city's Bicycle Advisory Committee is hosting the sixth annual Bike Beaverton event on Sunday, Sept. 8 beginning at 1 p.m. in Beaverton City Park (SW 5th Street and Hall Boulevard).

Festivities start with a bike rodeo at 1 p.m., hosted by the Beaverton Police Department, which includes a bicycle obstacle course for kids. Representatives from the Northwest Bicycle Safety Council will inspect and fit helmets, and mechanics from Bike Gallery, Coventry Cycle Works and Bike N' Hike will check participants' bikes and make minor adjustments.

"Bike Beaverton brings our community together," said Mayor Denny Doyle. "I encourage everyone to attend and join in the fun."

At 2 p.m., Mayor Doyle will lead the family-friendly ride through city streets. There are three routes to choose from this year: 2.5 miles, 4.3 miles and 6.5 miles. Participants are encouraged to choose a route based on experience and skill level. The bike ride concludes at Beaverton City Park with an ice cream social serving as the event's finale.

All ride participants are required to wear a helmet and complete a participation waiver form. Forms are available online at www.BeavertonOregon.gov/Bike and at the event.

Bike Beaverton is presented by the City of Beaverton's Bicycle Advisory Committee, and sponsored by Northwest Bicycle Safety Council, Bike Gallery, Bike N' Hike, and Coventry Cycle Works.

For more information, including route maps, please visit www.BeavertonOregon.gov/Bike or contact Margaret Middleton at 503-526-2424.

In 2013, Beaverton was again recognized as the safest city in Oregon. Since 2007, Beaverton has been named one of the safest cities in the Northwest. In 2012, the city was awarded the Mayors' Climate Protection Award from the U.S. Conference of Mayors. It was one of just four cities of its size recently recognized as a "Smarter City" energy leader by the Natural Resources Defense Council and one of the 100 Best Places to Live in America by Money magazine. In addition, Beaverton was named one of the best places to raise kids by BusinessWeek magazine, an All-America City finalist, as one of the top 25 Suburbs for Retirement by Forbes.com, one of the 100 Best Walking Cities in America by Prevention magazine, the Recycler of the Year from the Association of Oregon Recyclers, a Tree City USA by the Arbor Day Foundation, a Bronze Award Bicycle Friendly Community designation by the League of American Bicyclists and as one of the Environmental Protection Agency's Green Power Communities, the Beaverton Community Vision program was named Public Involvement Project of the Year--Best Planning Project by the International Association of Public Participation (IAP2) Cascade Chapter. Beaverton also enjoys one of the most diverse populations in Oregon. For more information, please visit www.BeavertonOregon.gov. Fans are also encouraged to like the City of Beaverton on Facebook at www.facebook.com/CityofBeaverton for information, reminders and city news.

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Philomath Resident Arrested for Aggravated Theft I, Resisting Arrest and Other Charges for Stealing Social Security Funds

PHILOMATH RESIDENT ARRESTED FOR AGGRAVATED THEFT I, RESISTING ARREST AND OTHER CHARGES FOR STEALING SOCIAL SECURITY FUNDS


News Release from Benton Co. Sheriff's Office
Posted on FlashAlert: August 29th, 2013 2:31 PM
Photo/sound file: /images/news/2013-08/1505/67193/Lori_Wilson_PC_Affidavit.docx
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Sheriff 2013, a Benton County Sheriff's Office Deputy received a report from a Benton County Social Worker about a client who reported financial fraud to her by her "Representative Payee". According to the Social Security Administration (SSA), a Representative Payee is an individual or organization appointed by SSA to receive Social Security and/or SSI benefits for someone who cannot manage or direct someone else to manage his or her money.

Lori Wilson, 50, from Philomath, was the designated Representative Payee of the victim, who was receiving about $710 a month in social security. Lori Wilson was supposed to be paying for only $201 per month for rent and $60 for utilities a month.

After a lengthy investigation, the deputy determined that since June 2009, there were a total of $15,918.15 in unauthorized withdrawals/purchases, which included:
* $6,351.00 of that is due to checks written to "cash", cash withdrawals from a branch, cash withdrawals from an ATM, and associated ATM fees,
* $1,795.00 of that is due to Wells Fargo Card phone payments, bill payments, and online transfers to accounts primarily or secondarily owned by Lori Wilson (as determined through a search warrant served upon Wells Fargo),
* $260.00 of that is a check written to pay for cheerleading for Lori Wilson's daughter, and
* $162.84 of that is due to 16 monthly charges from Netflix including an overdraft fee associated with one such charge.

There were also $1,150.97 in unauthorized deposits into the account.

The deputy was able to determine the Netflix account was registered to Lori Wilson's teenage daughter.

On Tuesday, August 27, 2013, the patrol deputy and a detective went to Lori Wilson's residence to interview her. She initially denied stealing any money. She also told the deputies she put money back into the victim's account to cover the cheerleading check

When the deputies told Lori Wilson she was under arrest, they handcuffed her and she immediately began yelling to her husband, who was inside the house. Her husband exited the residence and told the deputies he was on the phone with his attorney and they were trespassing. Lori Wilson attempted to walk back into her house, and one of the deputies grabbed her arm. She immediately began screaming that they were hurting her by just holding onto her arm.

The deputy walked Lori Wilson to his patrol car and she resisted him by becoming dead weight which forced him to stand behind her, holding her up by both arm pits. At one point she tried to actively resist the deputy by leaning forward and tried to pull away from him, after which she again became dead weight. The deputy lifted her legs so that he had to stoop forward to keep her from falling flat on her face. During the walk to his patrol car Lori Wilson continually looked toward her husband, protruded her head out toward him, and screamed at him that they were hurting her and to come help her. Once at the patrol car Lori Wilson refused to fully seat herself in the back seat of the patrol car. The deputy had to lift her up and set her there, rotate her legs in, and hold her shoulders back against the seat so he could seatbelt her.

Lori Wilson was transported to the Benton County Jail and charged for the following crimes:

ORS 163.205 Criminal Mistreatment I
ORS 164.057 Aggravated Theft I
ORS 162.315 Resisting Arrest
ORS 162.247 Interfering with a Peace Officer
ORS 166.025 Disorderly Conduct II

For more information about Representative Payees contact the SSA or visit: www.ssa.gov/payee.faqrep.htm

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UPDATE #2 - Oregon State Police Trooper-Involved Shooting - Interstate 84 east of The Dalles

UPDATE #2 - OREGON STATE POLICE TROOPER-INVOLVED SHOOTING - INTERSTATE 84 EAST OF THE DALLES


News Release from Oregon State Police
Posted on FlashAlert: August 29th, 2013 2:25 PM
UPDATE #2:

The suspect involved in the officer involved shooting along Interstate 84 east of The Dalles is deceased at the scene of the incident. Interstate 84, Biggs Junction Milepost 105 - 109 remains closed for the investigation of the incident.

No further information will be released until the Oregon State Police Public Information Officer arrives on scene and is able to work with incident command.

Previous Messages:

An Oregon State Police trooper was wounded Thursday afternoon during a traffic stop along Interstate 84 east of The Dalles. There is a suspect detained at the scene of the incident and there is no threat to the public or nearby communities. Additional law enforcement resources are enroute to the scene. The OSP PIO is also enroute from Portland area and will update information after arriving on scene.

Interstate 84, Biggs Junction Milepost 105 - 109 is closed for the investigation of the incident. Check www.tripcheck.com for updates.

No further information to be released.



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ODOT: Central Ore. - THU 2:02pm

ODOT: Central Ore.: The Oregon State Police has asked that ODOT send out an alert saying that I-84 between Biggs Junction and Rufus is closed in both directions. Motorists are being directed onto Highway 30. More information as it becomes available.

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