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Pedestrian struck on Interstate 84 near Pendleton - Umatilla County

PEDESTRIAN STRUCK ON INTERSTATE 84 NEAR PENDLETON - UMATILLA COUNTY


News Release from Oregon State Police
Posted on FlashAlert: December 31st, 2018 3:39 PM

On Sunday, December 30, 2018, at approximately 6:45 A.M. Oregon State Police Troopers and emergency personnel responded to the report of a pedestrian that was struck by a vehicle on Interstate 84 near milepost 208.  

When emergency personnel arrived they located the pedestrian with life threatening injuries, but no vehicle was located at the scene

The pedestrian, Alicia Flores (40) of Stanfield, OR. was transported by ambulance to St. Anthony Hospital where she was then transported by Life Flight to Sacred Heart Hospital in Spokane, WA. 

On Monday, December 31, 2018 Flores was pronounced deceased from her injuries.

On Monday, December 31, 2018 Daniel Robert Edwards (29) of Hermiston reported to the Oregon State Police office in Hermiston, after reading on a news outlet that a pedestrian had been struck on I 84, stating that he believed he had struck the pedestrian. 

Edwards is cooperating with the investigation. 

OSP was assisted by the Umatilla County Sheriff’s Office, Pendleton Fire Department, and ODOT.

This is an ongoing investigation.

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Snake River Correctional Institution reports in-custody death (Photo)

SNAKE RIVER CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION REPORTS IN-CUSTODY DEATH (PHOTO)


News Release from Oregon Dept. of Corrections
Posted on FlashAlert: December 31st, 2018 1:28 PM
Downloadable file: Beebe.jpg

Downloadable file: Dan Alan Beebe

An Oregon Department of Corrections (DOC) adult in custody, Dan Alan Beebe died on December 28, 2018. He was incarcerated at Snake River Correctional Institution (SRCI). He passed away at a Boise area hospital. As with all in-custody deaths, the Oregon State Police have been notified and the Medical Examiner will determine cause of death. 

Dan Alan Beebe entered DOC custody February 4, 2000 from Multnomah County. His earliest release date was September 2, 2019. He was 59 years old. 

DOC takes all in-custody deaths seriously. The agency is responsible for the care and custody of 14,900 men and women who are incarcerated in the 14 institutions across the state. Next of kin has been notified.

SRCI is a multi-custody prison in Ontario that houses approximately 3,000 male inmates. SRCI has multiple special housing units including disciplinary segregation, intensive management, infirmary (with hospice) with 24-hour nursing care, and an administrative segregation unit. SRCI participates in prison industries with Oregon Corrections Enterprises including a contact center, laundry, and sign shop. SRCI specializes in incentive housing, specialized housing, inmates with mental health/medical vulnerabilities, education and trades programs, cognitive and parenting programs, and institution work programs. SRCI opened in 1991 and is the largest correctional institution in the state.

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Heritage Commission to meet January 13-14 in Springfield

HERITAGE COMMISSION TO MEET JANUARY 13-14 IN SPRINGFIELD


News Release from Oregon Parks and Recreation Dept.
Posted on FlashAlert: December 31st, 2018 12:51 PM

The Oregon Heritage Commission will meet in Springfield January 13-14. 

On January 13 Commissioners will gather at 1:00 p.m. to tour heritage sites in the Willamalane Park and Recreation District including Doris Ranch, Grey House, and the Women Veterans Memorial.

On January 14 a public business meeting will begin at 9 a.m. at the Springfield Public Library located at 225 5th St, Suite 301, Springfield OR 97477. The agenda includes discussion on Oregon Heritage Traditions, reports on Commission programs, action on the Commission’s bylaws, and long term planning.

The Heritage Commission is comprised of nine people representing Oregon's heritage and geographical diversity who have been appointed by the Governor. There are nine advisory representatives from state agencies and statewide organizations. The mission of the Oregon Heritage Commission is to secure, sustain, and enhance Oregon's heritage by ensuring coordination of heritage initiatives by public and private organizations; advocacy on its behalf; education of the public about its extent and value; and promotion and celebration of its diversity.

Commission meetings are open to the public and their agendas include opportunities for public comment. The meeting site is accessible to people with disabilities. Special accommodations for the meeting – including translation services – may be made by calling (503) 986?0690 at least 72 hours prior to the start of the meeting.

For more information and accessibility needs, visit www.oregonheritage.org or contact Oregon Heritage Commission Coordinator Beth Dehn at 503-986-0696 or Beth.Dehn@oregon.gov.

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Passenger dies in single vehicle crash on Hwy 238 - Josephine County (Photo)

PASSENGER DIES IN SINGLE VEHICLE CRASH ON HWY 238 - JOSEPHINE COUNTY (PHOTO)


News Release from Oregon State Police
Posted on FlashAlert: December 31st, 2018 9:50 AM
Downloadable file: 20181230_214804.jpg

On December 30, 2018 at approximately 7:48 P.M. Oregon State Troopers and emergency personnel responded to a single vehicle crash on Hwy 238 near milepost 8.5.

Preliminary investigation revealed that a 2018 Nissan Rogue, operated by Daniel Horowitz, age 64 of Grants Pass, was eastbound on Hwy 238 when it veered off of the road and into the ditch.

The passenger, Julie Horowitz, age 76 of Grants Pass, sustained fatal injuries and was pronounced deceased at the scene.

Daniel Horowitz was transported to Three Rivers Medical Center for non-life threatening injuries.

The Oregon State Police was assisted by AMR, Rural Metro Fire, and the Oregon Department of Transportation.

The highway was partially closed for 3 hours.

A medical event is being investigated as a possible cause of the crash.

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18 apply for Vancouver City Council vacancy

18 APPLY FOR VANCOUVER CITY COUNCIL VACANCY


News Release from City of Vancouver
Posted on FlashAlert: December 31st, 2018 9:06 AM

Vancouver, Wash. – Eighteen Vancouver residents have applied to fill Vancouver City Council Seat 2. The council seat will be vacant as of Jan. 1, 2019, due to the resignation of Councilmember Alishia Topper, who was elected Clark County Treasurer in November.

Applicants’ names are listed in alphabetical order by last name on the City’s website at www.cityofvancouver.us/council-vacancy.

Vancouver City Council will hold a special meeting at 4 p.m. Monday, Jan. 7, to determine how many applicants they will interview and the process by which they will select interviewees. The council will then adjourn into an executive session from 4:15-5:45 p.m. to discuss the qualifications of the applicants. Immediately following the executive session, council will reconvene in public session to select individuals to be interviewed.

Vancouver City Council will interview selected candidates in a public session starting at 4 p.m. Monday, Jan. 14. Afterwards, council will adjourn into an executive session for deliberations. They will then return to the public session to make an appointment. Once a selection is made, the new councilmember will take his or her oath of office on Monday, Jan. 28.

Vancouver City Council’s executive sessions are not open to the public or media. However, all actions of the council at both public sessions on Jan. 7 and Jan. 14, including candidate interviews, will be open to the public and broadcast live on Clark/Vancouver Television, Comcast channel 23, and streaming on www.CVTV.org. Vancouver City Council meets in chambers at Vancouver City Hall, 415 W. 6th St.

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Suspect Arrested During Friday Evening Robbery and Theft Investigations (Photo)

SUSPECT ARRESTED DURING FRIDAY EVENING ROBBERY AND THEFT INVESTIGATIONS (PHOTO)


News Release from Portland Police Bureau
Posted on FlashAlert: December 31st, 2018 1:00 AM
Downloadable file: Benito Zurita
North Precinct officers arrested 32-year-old Benito Zurita on Friday, December 28, 2018, after community members contacted 9-1-1 to report a robbery at a Northeast Portland market, the theft of a purse from Northeast Portland apartment, and a suspicious person in a Northeast Portland neighborhood.

The investigation into Zurita started on Friday, December 28, 2018, at 7:19 p.m., when the owner of Knott Street Grocery, located at 2709 Northeast 7th Avenue, called 9-1-1 to report a man entered the store, stole several items from the store and reportedly shoved the store owner to the ground while fleeing the scene. The victim suffered minor injuries as a result of being pushed to the ground by the suspect. The victim did not require transport by ambulance for treatment of his injuries.

An officer responded to the Knott Street Grocery and contacted the store owner as additional officers searched the area for the suspect. The officer that responded to the store obtained a description of the suspect and broadcast the description to officers searching the neighborhood.

As officers continued to investigate the robbery of the Knott Street Grocery, a caller contacted 9-1-1 at 7:36 p.m. and told an emergency call-taker that a man had reached through an open window of a first floor apartment in the 600 block of Northeast Fargo Street. The suspect reportedly pulled the purse through the open window and fled the scene. The victim chased after the suspect, but stopped giving chase when the suspect reportedly told the victim he possessed a firearm. The victim provided the call-taker a description of the suspect. Based on the information learned in this investigation, officers believed this suspect was likely the same suspect that had robbed the Knott Street Grocery.

At 8:06 p.m., on Friday, a community member contacted 9-1-1 and reported observing a man in the 3300 block of Northeast 22nd Avenue. The description provided by the 9-1-1 caller matched the suspect's description from the robbery at the Knott Street Grocery and purse snatching in the 600 block of Northeast Fargo Street. The caller to 9-1-1 reported the suspect walked onto the properties of multiple residences.

Officers responded to the area and located a man matching the suspect's description in all three incidents. An officer located the suspect in the 2600 block of Northeast Ridgewood Drive. The suspect ran from officers as they attempted to contact him. Officers took the suspect into custody in the 3400 block of Northeast 27th Avenue without further incident.

Based on information learned during the preceding investigations and evidence found upon taking the suspect into custody, officers believed he was involved in the robbery of the Knott Street Grocery, theft of the purse, and had taken mail from locations in the area. Officers searched the area, but a firearm was not located. The suspect was identified as Zurita.

Zurita was lodged at the Multnomah County Jail on charges of Robbery in the Second Degree (two counts), Burglary in the First Degree, Possession of Methamphetamine, a Parole Violation for a previous conviction of Possession of Methamphetamine, and warrants for pervious arrests related to charges of Harassment and Assault in the Fourth Degree.

Members with the Portland Police Bureau Detective Division's Robbery Detail responded to assume this investigation.

Anyone with information about Zurita or the Friday, December 28, 2018, investigations should contact Detective Kenneth Reynolds at 503-823-0407, Kenneth.Reynolds@portlandoregon.gov or Detective John Russell at 503-823-0464, John.Russell@portlandoregon.gov

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Sheriff's Office responds to injury hit and run; suspect arrested for Assault I and Hit and Run Injury. (Photo)

SHERIFF'S OFFICE RESPONDS TO INJURY HIT AND RUN; SUSPECT ARRESTED FOR ASSAULT I AND HIT AND RUN INJURY. (PHOTO)


News Release from Clackamas Co. Sheriff's Office
Posted on FlashAlert: December 30th, 2018 6:01 PM
Downloadable file: Meyer booking photo

At approximately 2:35 p.m. on Sunday December 30, 2018, Clackamas County deputies responded to an injury hit and run crash in the 711 parking lot near the intersection of SE 82nd Ave. and SE Otty St., Happy Valley OR.

While deputies were responding, they were informed that a citizen had followed the suspect vehicle into the Babies R Us parking lot (9650 SE 82nd Ave).  Several deputies responded to the 9650 SE 82nd Ave. location where they were able to detain Leslie Meyer, 65 year old male from Milwaukie. 

Deputies who responded to 711 (9800 SE 82nd Ave.) found Jason Shwartz, 38 year old male from Portland, with serious injuries.  Mr. Schwartz was treated on the scene and then transported to a local hospital.  The extent of Mr. Schwartz’s injuries are not known as of the time of this release.

Clackamas County CSI, CRAFT (Criminal Reconstruction and Forensic Technicians), and detectives responded and are conducting an investigation.  Investigators were able to determine that Mr. Meyer struck Mr. Shwartz multiple times with his vehicle and then fled the scene.

Mr. Meyer was arrested and booked into the Clackamas County Jail on charges of Assault I, Hit and Run Injury, and a valid warrant for Hit and Run Property.  Mr. Meyer is being held on $265,000 bail.

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Update on cause of fire: Portland Fire & Rescue Responds to House Fire

UPDATE ON CAUSE OF FIRE: PORTLAND FIRE & RESCUE RESPONDS TO HOUSE FIRE


News Release from Portland Fire & Rescue
Posted on FlashAlert: December 30th, 2018 2:09 PM

Update on cause of fire: 

The occupants were alerted to a fire in the kitchen from a working smoke alarm.  Two occupants were injured by the fire.  One adult male suffered from smoke inhalation and minor facial burns attempting to rescue additional occupants. Also, a juvenile male suffered smoke inhalation during his escape from the second floor, because his only escape route was through the room of origin.

The cause was determined to be combustibles that ignited because they were too close to the stovetop that was in use.  The fire was accidental in nature, and the damages have been estimated to be in excess of $150,000.00.

Portland Fire & Rescue would like to remind you to be sure that you have working smoke alarms in your home.  You are four times more likely able to survive a house fire with working smoke alarms.  During a house fire, you only have less than three minutes to escape, because smoke and fire spread rapidly.  Working smoke alarms save lives.   If you need a moke alarm, contact PF&R's smoke alarm hotline at (503)823-3752    https://www.portlandoregon.gov/fire/article/379129

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Portland Fire & Rescue responded to a working residential fire, located at 1736 NE 52nd Ave., at 8:45am this morning.  Upon arrival crews reported heavy smoke showing from the first floor and the eaves of the home.  Everyone was reportedly out of the home, and one person was transported to a local hospital for smoke inhalation.  Firefighters aggressively contained the fire that was found in the basement, and first floor of the home. 

Investigators are on scene currently working to determine the cause of the fire, and Red Cross has also been contacted to assist the 4 adults and 3 children that have been displaced.  Updates will be posted when received.

*Update:  One of our firefighters got heat exhaustion at the 52nd Ave. house fire this morning.  The FF was transported to to be checked for precautionary measures.

 

 

 

 

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Red Cross Responds to Home Fire Affecting Seven People in Portland

RED CROSS RESPONDS TO HOME FIRE AFFECTING SEVEN PEOPLE IN PORTLAND


News Release from American Red Cross - Cascades Region
Posted on FlashAlert: December 30th, 2018 1:32 PM

Disaster team members with the American Red Cross Cascades Region responded to a home disaster at 10:30 a.m. Sunday, Dec. 30, 2018 in the 1700 block of NE 52nd Avenue in Portland, Multnomah County, Ore.

This single-family fire affected four adults, three children and several pets.

The Red Cross provided resources to help address the immediate basic needs of those affected such as temporary housing, food, clothing, comfort kits with toiletry items, information about recovery services, and health and mental health services.

Additional information about this incident, if available, may be obtained from the local first responding agency/fire department.

The Red Cross in Oregon and Southwest Washington (the Cascades Region) helps an average of three families affected by disasters, like home fires, every day.

The Red Cross advocates emergency preparedness and offers the installation of free smoke alarms in our community. Residents may call (503) 528-5783 or complete an online form at www.redcross.org/GetAnAlarm to schedule an appointment.

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Red Cross Responds to Home Fire Affecting One Person in Florence

RED CROSS RESPONDS TO HOME FIRE AFFECTING ONE PERSON IN FLORENCE


News Release from American Red Cross - Cascades Region
Posted on FlashAlert: December 30th, 2018 1:27 PM

Disaster team members with the American Red Cross Cascades Region responded to a home disaster at 10:30 a.m. Sunday, Dec. 30, 2018 in the 400 block of Myeena Loop in Florence, Lane County, Ore.

This single-unit fire affected one adult and several pets.

The Red Cross provided resources to help address the immediate basic needs of those affected such as temporary housing, food, clothing, comfort kits with toiletry items, information about recovery services, and health and mental health services.

Additional information about this incident, if available, may be obtained from the local first responding agency/fire department.

The Red Cross in Oregon and Southwest Washington (the Cascades Region) helps an average of three families affected by disasters, like home fires, every day.

The Red Cross advocates emergency preparedness and offers the installation of free smoke alarms in our community. Residents may call (503) 528-5783 or complete an online form at www.redcross.org/GetAnAlarm to schedule an appointment.

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Update: Portland Fire & Rescue Responds to House Fire

UPDATE: PORTLAND FIRE & RESCUE RESPONDS TO HOUSE FIRE


News Release from Portland Fire & Rescue
Posted on FlashAlert: December 30th, 2018 11:41 AM

Portland Fire & Rescue responded to a working residential fire, located at 1736 NE 52nd Ave., at 8:45am this morning.  Upon arrival crews reported heavy smoke showing from the first floor and the eaves of the home.  Everyone was reportedly out of the home, and one person was transported to a local hospital for smoke inhalation.  Firefighters aggressively contained the fire that was found in the basement, and first floor of the home. 

Investigators are on scene currently working to determine the cause of the fire, and Red Cross has also been contacted to assist the 4 adults and 3 children that have been displaced.  Updates will be posted when received.

*Update:  One of our firefighters got heat exhaustion at the 52nd Ave. house fire this morning.  The FF was transported to to be checked for precautionary measures.

 

 

 

 

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Portland Fire & Rescue Responds to House Fire

PORTLAND FIRE & RESCUE RESPONDS TO HOUSE FIRE


News Release from Portland Fire & Rescue
Posted on FlashAlert: December 30th, 2018 11:39 AM

Portland Fire & Rescue responded to a working residential fire, located at 1736 NE 52nd Ave., at 8:45am this morning.  Upon arrival crews reported heavy smoke showing from the first floor and the eaves of the home.  Everyone was reportedly out of the home, and one person was transported to a local hospital for smoke inhalation.  Firefighters aggressively contained the fire that was found in the basement, and first floor of the home. 

Investigators are on scene currently working to determine the cause of the fire, and Red Cross has also been contacted to assist the 4 adults and 3 children that have been displaced.  Updates will be posted when received.

*Update:  One of our firefighters got heat exhaustion at the 52nd Ave. house fire this morning.  The FF was transported to to be checked for precautionary measures.

 

 

 

 

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Red Cross Responds to Home Fire Affecting Three People in Klamath Falls

RED CROSS RESPONDS TO HOME FIRE AFFECTING THREE PEOPLE IN KLAMATH FALLS


News Release from American Red Cross - Cascades Region
Posted on FlashAlert: December 30th, 2018 11:03 AM

Disaster team members with the American Red Cross Cascades Region responded to a home disaster at 8:00 a.m. Sunday, Dec. 30, 2018 in the 1800 block of Summers Lane in Klamath Falls, Klamath County, Ore.

This single-unit fire affected one adult and two children.

The Red Cross provided resources to help address the immediate basic needs of those affected such as temporary housing, food, clothing, comfort kits with toiletry items, information about recovery services, and health and mental health services.

Additional information about this incident, if available, may be obtained from the local first responding agency/fire department.

The Red Cross in Oregon and Southwest Washington (the Cascades Region) helps an average of three families affected by disasters, like home fires, every day.

The Red Cross advocates emergency preparedness and offers the installation of free smoke alarms in our community. Residents may call (503) 528-5783 or complete an online form at www.redcross.org/GetAnAlarm to schedule an appointment.

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Portland Fire & Rescue Responds to House Fire

PORTLAND FIRE & RESCUE RESPONDS TO HOUSE FIRE


News Release from Portland Fire & Rescue
Posted on FlashAlert: December 30th, 2018 10:08 AM

Portland Fire & Rescue responded to a working residential fire, located at 1736 NE 52nd Ave., at 8:45am this morning.  Upon arrival crews reported heavy smoke showing from the first floor and the eaves of the home.  Everyone was reportedly out of the home, and one person was transported to a local hospital for smoke inhalation.  Firefighters aggressively contained the fire that was found in the basement, and first floor of the home. 

Investigators are on scene currently working to determine the cause of the fire, and Red Cross has also been contacted to assist the 4 adults and 3 children that have been displaced.  Updates will be posted when received.

 

 

 

 

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Portland Fire & Rescue Responds to House Fire

PORTLAND FIRE & RESCUE RESPONDS TO HOUSE FIRE


News Release from Portland Fire & Rescue
Posted on FlashAlert: December 30th, 2018 10:00 AM

Portland Fire & Rescue responded to a working residential fire at 8:45am this morning.  Upon arrival crews reported heavy smoke showing from the first floor and the eaves of the home.  Everyone was reportedly out of the home, and one person was transported to a local hospital for smoke inhalation.  Firefighters aggressively contained the fire that was found in the basement, and first floor of the home. 

Investigators are on scene currently working to determine the cause of the fire, and Red Cross has also been contacted to assist the 4 adults and 3 children that have been displaced.  Updates will be posted when received.

 

 

 

 

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Shooting Investigation Underway in East Precinct - One Person Arrested (Photo)

SHOOTING INVESTIGATION UNDERWAY IN EAST PRECINCT - ONE PERSON ARRESTED (PHOTO)


News Release from Portland Police Bureau
Posted on FlashAlert: December 30th, 2018 8:08 AM
Downloadable file: DeAngelo R Andersen-Smith
On Sunday, December 30, 2018, at 00:36 a.m., East Precinct officers responded to one hundred block of Southeast 127th Avenue on the report of shots fired. As officers were arriving, they learned an adult male was running away from the apartment complex westbound on East Burnside Street.

Officers contacted the apartment residents and learned a non-domestic assault between a male and a female subject occurred inside the apartment. Officers learned that after the suspect exited the apartment, there was a sound of shots fired as the suspect was fleeing from the scene. There was a report that the suspect was armed with a firearm.

There was no reported injury as a result of the assault, and the shots fired. At this time there have been no reports of anyone arriving at area hospitals in connection with this incident. Officers located the evidence of gunfire and seized five .40 caliber casings in front of the apartment. Officers did not locate any property or structure that were damaged by the gunfire.

Officers located the suspect in the area of Southeast 122nd Avenue and Southeast Stark Street and took him into custody without incident. Officers did not recover the firearm. The suspect was identified as 22-year-old DeAngelo R. Andersen-Smith. Andersen-Smith was lodged at the Multnomah County Jail on charges of a Felon in Possession of a Firearm, Strangulation, Unlawful Use of a Weapon, Discharge a Firearm in the City.

Based on preliminary information gathered in the investigation, officers do not believe there is any immediate danger posed to the public in relation to this shooting.

Members with the Portland Police Bureau Tactical Operation Division's Gun Violence Response Team responded to assume the investigation. Criminalists with the Forensic Evidence Division also responded to assist with the investigation.

Anyone who witnessed this shooting or who possesses video surveillance footage of the shooting is asked to contact Portland Police Bureau Tactical Operations Division Gun Violence Response Team (GVRT) Detective at 503-823-2087, Brent.Christensen@portlandoregon.gov or Detective Aaron Cole at 503-823-0690, Aaron.Cole@portlandoregon.gov.

The Portland Police Bureau works closely with Enough is Enough PDX, a community-led campaign aimed at encouraging people to take a stand against gang violence in the area.

For more information about Enough is Enough PDX and how you can get involved, please visit https://www.facebook.com/EnoughIsEnoughPDX


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Shooting Investigation Underway in East Precinct - One Person Arrested (Photo)

SHOOTING INVESTIGATION UNDERWAY IN EAST PRECINCT - ONE PERSON ARRESTED (PHOTO)


News Release from Portland Police Bureau
Posted on FlashAlert: December 30th, 2018 8:06 AM
Downloadable file: DeAngelo R Andersen-Smith
On Sunday, December 30, 2018, at 00:36 a.m., East Precinct officers responded to one hundred block of Southeast 127th Avenue on the report of shots fired. As officers were arriving, they learned an adult male was running away from the apartment complex westbound on East Burnside Street.

Officers contacted the apartment residents and learned a non-domestic assault between a male and a female subject occurred inside the apartment. Officers learned that after the suspect exited the apartment, there was a sound of shots fired as the suspect was fleeing from the scene. There was a report that the suspect was armed with a firearm.

There was no reported injury as a result of the assault, and the shots fired. At this time there have been no reports of anyone arriving at area hospitals in connection with this incident. Officers located the evidence of gunfire and seized five .40 caliber casings in front of the apartment. Officers did not locate any property or structure that were damaged by the gunfire.

Officers located the suspect in the area of Southeast 122nd Avenue and Southeast Stark Street and took him into custody without incident. Officers did not recover the firearm. The suspect was identified as 22-year-old DeAngelo R. Andersen-Smith. Andersen-Smith was lodged at the Multnomah County Jail on charges of a Felon in Possession of a Firearm, Strangulation, Unlawful Use of a Weapon, Discharge a Firearm in the City.

Based on preliminary information gathered in the investigation, officers do not believe there is any immediate danger posed to the public in relation to this shooting.

Members with the Portland Police Bureau Tactical Operation Division's Gun Violence Response Team responded to assume the investigation. Criminalists with the Forensic Evidence Division also responded to assist with the investigation.

Anyone who witnessed this shooting or who possesses video surveillance footage of the shooting is asked to contact Portland Police Bureau Tactical Operations Division Gun Violence Response Team (GVRT) Detective at 503-823-2087, Brent.Christensen@portlandoregon.gov or Detective Aaron Cole at 503-823-0690, Aaron.Cole@portlandoregon.gov.

The Portland Police Bureau works closely with Enough is Enough PDX, a community-led campaign aimed at encouraging people to take a stand against gang violence in the area.

For more information about Enough is Enough PDX and how you can get involved, please visit https://www.facebook.com/EnoughIsEnoughPDX


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Shooting Investigation Underway in East Precicnt - One Person Arrested (Photo)

SHOOTING INVESTIGATION UNDERWAY IN EAST PRECICNT - ONE PERSON ARRESTED (PHOTO)


News Release from Portland Police Bureau
Posted on FlashAlert: December 30th, 2018 7:47 AM
Downloadable file: DeAngelo R Andersen-Smith
On Sunday, December 30, 2018, at 00:36 a.m., East Precinct officers responded to one hundred block of Southeast 127th Avenue on the report of shots fired. As officers were arriving, they learned an adult male was running away from the apartment complex westbound on East Burnside Street.

Officers contacted the apartment residents and learned a non-domestic assault between a male and a female subject occurred inside the apartment. Officers learned that after the suspect exited the apartment, there was a sound of shots fired as the suspect was fleeing from the scene. There was a report that the suspect was armed with a firearm.

There was no reported injury as a result of the assault, and the shots fired. At this time there have been no reports of anyone arriving at area hospitals in connection with this incident. Officers located the evidence of gunfire and seized five .40 caliber casings in front of the apartment. Officers did not locate any property or structure that were damaged by the gunfire.

Officers located the suspect in the area of Southeast 122nd Avenue and Southeast Stark Street and took him into custody without incident. Officers did not recover the firearm. The suspect was identified as 22-year-old DeAngelo R. Andersen-Smith. Andersen-Smith was lodged at the Multnomah County Jail on charges of a Felon in Possession of a Firearm, Strangulation, Unlawful Use of a Weapon, Discharge a Firearm in the City.

Based on preliminary information gathered in the investigation, officers do not believe there is any immediate danger posed to the public in relation to this shooting.

Members with the Portland Police Bureau Tactical Operation Division's Gun Violence Response Team responded to assume the investigation. Criminalists with the Forensic Evidence Division also responded to assist with the investigation.

Anyone who witnessed this shooting or who possesses video surveillance footage of the shooting is asked to contact Portland Police Bureau Tactical Operations Division Gun Violence Response Team (GVRT) Detective at 503-823-2087, Brent.Christensen@portlandoregon.gov or Detective Aaron Cole at 503-823-0690, Aaron.Cole@portlandoregon.gov.

The Portland Police Bureau works closely with Enough is Enough PDX, a community-led campaign aimed at encouraging people to take a stand against gang violence in the area.

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Red Cross Responds to Multi-Unit Fire in Portland

RED CROSS RESPONDS TO MULTI-UNIT FIRE IN PORTLAND


News Release from American Red Cross - Cascades Region
Posted on FlashAlert: December 30th, 2018 5:32 AM

Disaster team members with the American Red Cross Cascades Region responded to a home disaster at 4:30 a.m. Sunday, Dec. 30, 2018 in the 9300 block of SE Division Street in Portland, Multnomah County, Ore.

This multi-unit fire affected one adult.

The Red Cross provided resources to help address the immediate basic needs of those affected such as temporary housing, food, clothing, comfort kits with toiletry items, information about recovery services, and health and mental health services.

Additional information about this incident, if available, may be obtained from the local first responding agency/fire department.

The Red Cross in Oregon and Southwest Washington (the Cascades Region) helps an average of three families affected by disasters, like home fires, every day.

The Red Cross advocates emergency preparedness and offers the installation of free smoke alarms in our community. Residents may call (503) 528-5783 or complete an online form at www.redcross.org/GetAnAlarm to schedule an appointment.

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Major Crash Team Investigation Underway on Interstate 205 - One Person Seriously Injured

MAJOR CRASH TEAM INVESTIGATION UNDERWAY ON INTERSTATE 205 - ONE PERSON SERIOUSLY INJURED


News Release from Portland Police Bureau
Posted on FlashAlert: December 29th, 2018 10:52 PM
On Saturday, December 29, 2018, at 9:43 p.m.., East Precinct officers responded to northbound Interstate 205 at exit 22 just north of Northeast Glisan Street on the report of a crash involving a motorcyclist.

Officers and emergency medical responders arrived at the scene and located an adult male lying on the roadway. The man was suffering from serious injuries. The injured man was transported to an area hospital by ambulance for treatment of what were believed to be serious life-threatening injuries.

Based on information learned at this time in the investigation, officers believe the motorcyclist was traveling northbound on Interstate 205 when he rear-ended a vehicle. The motorcyclist fell off his bike and was hit by multiple vehicles.

During this traffic crash investigation northbound Interstate 205 will be closed north of Northeast Glisan Street. Motorists planning to use this portion of northbound 205 should use alternate routes during today's evening commute. This closure is projected to be in place for the next four hours.

Based on the injured man's condition, the Portland Police Bureau Traffic Division's Major Crash Team responded to lead the traffic crash investigation.

Anyone with information about this investigation should contact the Portland Police Bureau Traffic Division at 503-823-2103.

The Portland Police Bureau is committed to working with our partners in government and the community to create safer streets and work towards reducing, and eventually eliminating, traffic fatalities as part of Vision Zero.

To learn more about the City of Portland's Vision Zero effort, please visit: http://www.portlandoregon.gov/transportation/40390

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Officers Investigate Domestic Disturbance and Shooting in SW Portland - one person injured

OFFICERS INVESTIGATE DOMESTIC DISTURBANCE AND SHOOTING IN SW PORTLAND - ONE PERSON INJURED


News Release from Portland Police Bureau
Posted on FlashAlert: December 29th, 2018 6:36 PM
On Saturday, December 29, 2018, at 11:44 a.m., Central Precinct officers responded to a residence in the 9800 block of Southwest 35th Drive on the initial report of a theft of license plates.

Shortly after the original call was dispatched, a complainant told a 9-1-1 call-taker she had received a phone call from her domestic partner telling her that he was on his way to the residence to harm the family.

As officers arrived, they learned that the subject approached the complainant's residence and was shot by another family member from inside the residence.

Officers placed the shooting subject into custody without incident. Officers rendered first aid to the victim of the shooting who was then transported by ambulance to an area hospital with what was believed to be serious physical injuries.

Members with the Portland Police Bureau Family Services Division's Domestic Violence Reduction Unit responded to the scene and assumed the investigation.

Anyone with information about this investigation should contact Detective Sean Harris at 503-823-0097, Sean.Harris@portlandoregon.gov.

The investigation is ongoing, and the suspect name and charges will be released at a later time.

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Red Cross Responds to Home Fire Affecting Three People in Hermiston

RED CROSS RESPONDS TO HOME FIRE AFFECTING THREE PEOPLE IN HERMISTON


News Release from American Red Cross - Cascades Region
Posted on FlashAlert: December 29th, 2018 5:27 PM

Disaster team members with the American Red Cross Cascades Region responded to a home disaster at 2:00 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 29, 2018 in the 78700 block of Lloyd Road in Hermiston, Umatilla County, Ore.

This single-family fire affected two adults, one child and several pets.

The Red Cross provided resources to help address the immediate basic needs of those affected such as temporary housing, food, clothing, comfort kits with toiletry items, information about recovery services, and health and mental health services.

Additional information about this incident, if available, may be obtained from the local first responding agency/fire department.

The Red Cross in Oregon and Southwest Washington (the Cascades Region) helps an average of three families affected by disasters, like home fires, every day.

The Red Cross advocates emergency preparedness and offers the installation of free smoke alarms in our community. Residents may call (503) 528-5783 or complete an online form at www.redcross.org/GetAnAlarm to schedule an appointment.

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Grants Pass man dies in two vehicle crash - Josephine County

GRANTS PASS MAN DIES IN TWO VEHICLE CRASH - JOSEPHINE COUNTY


News Release from Oregon State Police
Posted on FlashAlert: December 29th, 2018 5:03 PM

On Saturday, December 29, 2018, at approximately 9:37 A.M.. Oregon State Police and emergency personnel responded to a two vehicle crash on Hwy 238 near mile post 3.

Preliminary investigation revealed that a Subaru Forester, operated by Eric Maddox (34) of Grants Pass, OR. swerved to avoid a deer crossing the road. The Subaru left its lane, over corrected, and entered the opposing lane of traffic. The Subaru collided with an oncoming Ford Ranger, operated by Robert Culton (63) of Williams, OR. 

Maddox sustained fatal injuries in the crash and was pronounced deceased at the scene.

Culton was transported, by ambulance to Three Rivers Community Hospital for injuries.

Hwy 238 was closed for approximately 2 hours.

OSP was assisted by the Josephine County Sheriff's Department, Josephine County Rural Metro Fire, and ODOT.

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PF&R Responds to two fires simultaneously in NE

PF&R RESPONDS TO TWO FIRES SIMULTANEOUSLY IN NE


News Release from Portland Fire & Rescue
Posted on FlashAlert: December 29th, 2018 2:31 PM

Portland Fire & Rescue was first dispatched at 1:08 PM at the Union Motel located at 59 NE Gertz Rd.  A fire started in the office of the motel and initial reports indicated someone may still be inside.  Fire crews arrived to heavy smoke pouring from the office and went inside to perform a search; no one was located. The fire was quickly knocked down and everyone made it out safely.  An investigator responded to determine the cause.

While fire crews were still on scene at the Union Motel, an apartment fire was dispatched at 10608 NE Wygant.  When fire crews arrived they saw smoke rising from the back of the building.  Firefighters entered and found a fire burning in the back bedroom of an apartment unit.  A search was completed to confirm all occupants made it out safely.  Initial reports were that an occupant was trying to extinguish the fire.  Portland Fire & Rescue would like to remind everyone to, "Get out and Stay out." Once you make it out of a building, please remain outside. Returning to a structure that is on fire to help aid in extinguishing the fire, obtain property, or save pets, can be life threatening.

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ODOT: Valley, No. Coast

ODOT: Valley, No. Coast: OR 22 is now open in both directions west of Detroit at milepost 50. A 300 yard rock slide closed the road overnight. The road was closed from about 5 p.m. Friday until just after 2 p.m. Saturday. Travelers should be aware of remaining cleanup crews in the area. Check TripCheck.com for the latest road conditions before you travel. UPDATE

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ODOT: Valley, No. Coast

ODOT: Valley, No. Coast: OR 22 remains fully closed by a rockslide between Breitenbush Bridge and Breitenbush Road, just west of Detroit at milepost 50. Watch for flaggers on either side of the closure. Crews are in the process of removing about 300 yards of slide material. Travelers are advised to take alternate, winter maintained routes and avoid the area. Check TripCheck.com for the latest road conditions. UPDATE

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Acting Public Information Officer (PIO) Through Sunday, December 30, at 8:00 a.m.

ACTING PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICER (PIO) THROUGH SUNDAY, DECEMBER 30, AT 8:00 A.M.


News Release from Portland Police Bureau
Posted on FlashAlert: December 29th, 2018 8:53 AM
There will be an Acting Public Information Officer (PIO) until Sunday, December 30, 2018, at 8:00 a.m.

Media requests for information should be submitted via email at PPBPIO@portlandoregon.gov

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Shooting Investigation Early Saturday Morning in Portland's Powellhurst-Gilbert Neighborhood - One Person Injured

SHOOTING INVESTIGATION EARLY SATURDAY MORNING IN PORTLAND'S POWELLHURST-GILBERT NEIGHBORHOOD - ONE PERSON INJURED


News Release from Portland Police Bureau
Posted on FlashAlert: December 29th, 2018 8:50 AM
On Saturday, December 29, 2018, at 2:01 a.m., East Precinct officers responded to Lux Club PDX, located at 12436 Southeast Powell Boulevard, on the report of a disturbance with gunfire.

Officers arrived in the area of Lux Club PDX and located an adult male suffering from what was believed to be a gunshot injury. The man had been provided first aid by a community member prior to police and emergency medical personnel arriving at the scene. Emergency medical personnel transported the injured man to an area hospital by ambulance for treatment of what was believed to be a non-life-threatening injury.

As additional officers searched the area for suspects, additional injured people and evidence of gunfire, the officers located a handgun outside of Lux Club PDX. Officers also located evidence of gunfire near the intersection of Southeast Powell Boulevard and Southeast Powell Court. No other persons with injuries as a result of this disturbance and shooting were located at the scene or are known to have arrived at area hospitals.

Based on the preliminary information, officers believe a disturbance occurred inside Lux Club PDX and the people in the disturbance moved outside. Once outside of the location, the people involved in the disturbance continued to fight and at some point there was gunfire.

At this time in the investigation, investigators do not believe there was a danger posed to the public in relation to the incident. This investigation is ongoing and additional information will be provided as it is learned.

Members with the Portland Police Bureau Tactical Operation Division's Gun Violence Response Team responded to assume the investigation. Criminalists with the Forensic Evidence Division also responded to assist with the investigation

Anyone who witnessed this shooting or who possesses video surveillance footage of the shooting is asked to contact Portland Police Bureau Tactical Operations Division Gun Violence Response Team (GVRT) Detective Todd Teats at 503-823-2137, Todd.Teats@portlandoregon.gov or Detective Jennifer Hertzler at 503-823-1040, Jennifer.Hertzler@portlandoregon.gov

The Portland Police Bureau works closely with Enough is Enough PDX, a community-led campaign aimed at encouraging people to take a stand against gang violence in the area.

For more information about Enough is Enough PDX and how you can get involved, please visit https://www.facebook.com/EnoughIsEnoughPDX

Additional information about Enough is Enough PDX and other City efforts addressing youth violence can be found at the Office of Youth Violence Prevention, http://www.portlandonline.com/safeyouth/

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Suspect Arrested During Stabbing Investigation in Portland's Madison South Neighborhood - Two People Injured (Photo)

SUSPECT ARRESTED DURING STABBING INVESTIGATION IN PORTLAND'S MADISON SOUTH NEIGHBORHOOD - TWO PEOPLE INJURED (PHOTO)


News Release from Portland Police Bureau
Posted on FlashAlert: December 29th, 2018 8:08 AM
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On Saturday, December 29, 2018, at 2:42 a.m., East Precinct officers responded to the report of a disturbance at an apartment complex located at 8231 Northeast Broadway.

When officers arrived they located two adult male victims suffering from what officers believed to be multiple stab wounds. Officers searched the area and contacted people in the area and learned the suspect was in a nearby apartment. Officers located and took the suspect into custody without incident.

Emergency medical personnel arrived and provided the injured men with emergency medical aid. Both men were transported by ambulances to Portland area hospitals for treatment of what were believed to be serious but non-life-threatening injuries.

During the continued investigation, officers located evidence of a disturbance and an assault in the parking lot of the apartment complex. Officers also located and seized, as evidence, the knife believed to have been used in the assault.

Members with the Portland Police Bureau Detective Division's Assault Detail responded to assume this investigation. Criminalists assigned to the Forensic Evidence Division also responded to assist with the investigation.

Based on preliminary information, investigators believe the victims and suspect were involved in a disturbance. During the disturbance, the suspect is believed to have stabbed the victims multiple times.

Investigators do not believe there was a danger posed to the public in relation to this incident.

The suspect has been identified as 53-year-old Michael J. Thomas. Thomas was lodged at the Multnomah County Jail on two charges of Assault in the Second Degree.

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    ODOT: Valley, No. Coast

    ODOT: Valley, No. Coast: OR 22 remains closed by a rockslide overnight just east of the the Detroit Bridge, milepost 50. Crews are in the process of removing about 300 yards of slide material from the roadway. Travelers are advised to take alternate routes and avoid the area. Check TripCheck.com for the latest road conditions. UPDATE

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    Red Cross Responds to Home Fire Affecting Four People in Willamina

    RED CROSS RESPONDS TO HOME FIRE AFFECTING FOUR PEOPLE IN WILLAMINA


    News Release from American Red Cross - Cascades Region
    Posted on FlashAlert: December 29th, 2018 1:53 AM

    Disaster team members with the American Red Cross Cascades Region responded to a home disaster at 10:00 p.m. Friday, Dec. 28, 2018 in the 500 block of SW Pioneer Drive in Willamina, Polk County, Ore.

    This single-family fire affected one adult and three children.

    The Red Cross provided resources to help address the immediate basic needs of those affected such as temporary housing, food, clothing, comfort kits with toiletry items, information about recovery services, and health and mental health services.

    Additional information about this incident, if available, may be obtained from the local first responding agency/fire department.

    The Red Cross in Oregon and Southwest Washington (the Cascades Region) helps an average of three families affected by disasters, like home fires, every day.

    The Red Cross advocates emergency preparedness and offers the installation of free smoke alarms in our community. Residents may call (503) 528-5783 or complete an online form at www.redcross.org/GetAnAlarm to schedule an appointment.

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    Friday, December 28, 2018

    Possible Intimidation Crime Investigation *****ARREST UPDATE BELOW***

    POSSIBLE INTIMIDATION CRIME INVESTIGATION *****ARREST UPDATE BELOW***


    News Release from McMinnville Police Dept.
    Posted on FlashAlert: December 28th, 2018 9:25 PM

     

    On 12/24/2018 at approximately 2:30 in the afternoon McMinnville Police officers were dispatched to a disturbance in the parking lot at 635 NE Hwy 99W.  Initial reports indicated a disturbance between the occupants of two vehicles.  When officers arrived in the area neither party had remained on scene and officers were unable to locate either vehicle.

    On 12/26/2018 Officers had contact with an involved party who showed them the video she had taken of the incident.  The police department also received information from several other uninvolved parties about the video, which had been posted on social media. An investigation into the incident is on-going.

    The McMinnville Police Department takes all crimes seriously and particularly any crime that appears to have racial tones as this one does.  Anyone with information regarding this incident is asked to email Officer Harmon at Rob.harmon@mcminnvilleoregon.gov

    *****ARREST UPDATE*****

    On 12-28-18 at about 7:50 pm McMinnville Police, assisted by YCSO, OSP and Grand Ronde Tribal Police, arrested 39 year old Amber Rocco, a Willamina resident, for this incident.  Rocco will be transported to the Yamhill County Jail where she will be lodged on the following charges:

    Intimidation First Degree, 2 counts (C felony)

    Unlawful Use of a Weapon, 2 counts (C felony)

    Menacing, 2 counts (A misdemeanor)

    Harassment, 2 counts (A misdemeanor)

    Total Bail Amount:  $55,000

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    ODOT: Valley, No. Coast

    ODOT: Valley, No. Coast: OR 22 is closed by a rockslide just east of the Detroit Bridge at milepost 50. Rocks are continuing to fall. Travelers should expect an extended closure and take alternate routes.

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    Possible Intimidation Crime Investigation

    POSSIBLE INTIMIDATION CRIME INVESTIGATION


    News Release from McMinnville Police Dept.
    Posted on FlashAlert: December 28th, 2018 3:41 PM

     

    On 12/24/2018 at approximately 2:30 in the afternoon McMinnville Police officers were dispatched to a disturbance in the parking lot at 635 NE Hwy 99W.  Initial reports indicated a disturbance between the occupants of two vehicles.  When officers arrived in the area neither party had remained on scene and officers were unable to locate either vehicle.

    On 12/26/2018 Officers had contact with an involved party who showed them the video she had taken of the incident.  The police department also received information from several other uninvolved parties about the video, which had been posted on social media. An investigation into the incident is on-going.

    The McMinnville Police Department takes all crimes seriously and particularly any crime that appears to have racial tones as this one does.  Anyone with information regarding this incident is asked to email Officer Harmon at Rob.harmon@mcminnvilleoregon.gov

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    Passenger dies in single vehicle crash on Hwy 101 - Curry County (Photo)

    PASSENGER DIES IN SINGLE VEHICLE CRASH ON HWY 101 - CURRY COUNTY (PHOTO)


    News Release from Oregon State Police
    Posted on FlashAlert: December 28th, 2018 10:20 AM
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    On Friday, December 28, 2018 at approximately 2:50 AM. Oregon State Police and emergency personnel responded to a single vehicle crash on Hwy 101 near milepost 290.

    Preliminary investigation reveals that a 2006 Chevrolet Aveo, operated by John Figura (26) of Port Orford, was southbound on Hwy 101 when it traveled off the roadway, rolled, and struck a telephone pole.

    The passenger in the vehicle, Natalie Wilson (24) from Port Orford, sustained fatal injuries and was pronounced deceased at the scene.  

    Figura was transported to the hospital in Gold Beach with non life threatening injuries.

    Driver fatigue (sleep) is thought to be a contributing factor in the crash.

    OSP was assisted by the Langlois Rural Fire Department and ODOT. 

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    UPDATE - Two people die in crash on Hwy 22W - Polk County (Photo)

    UPDATE - TWO PEOPLE DIE IN CRASH ON HWY 22W - POLK COUNTY (PHOTO)


    News Release from Oregon State Police
    Posted on FlashAlert: December 28th, 2018 9:58 AM
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    The operator of the motorcycle has been identified as John Weaver (66) from Dallas.  The passenger in the sidecar has been identified as Laura Weaver (66) from Dallas.

    The operator of the GMC Yukon has been identified as Brandon Folkert (41) from Salem.

    The motorcycle was unable to avoid the deer and it was struck before the motorcycle went into the westbound lane. 

    ********************************************************************************************************************************************

    On Thursday, December 27, 2018 at approximately 12:58 pm, Oregon State Police Troopers and emergency personnel responded to the report of a motor vehicle crash on Hwy 22W near milepost 8. 

    Preliminary investigation revealed that a motorcycle, with attached side car, was traveling eastbound on Hwy 22W when it swerved into the westbound lane of travel to avoid hitting a deer.  The motorcycle collided with a westbound GMC Yukon.  

    The two occupants of the motorcycle sustained fatal injuries and were pronounced deceased at the scene.

    The occupants of the Yukon sustained minor injuries.      

    Hwy 22W was closed for approximately 2.5 hours following the crash before the eastbound lane was opened. 

    OSP was assisted by the Polk County Sheriff’s Office, Dallas Fire Department, and ODOT.

    This in an ongoing investigation and more information will be released when available.

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    Linn County 911 Calls Still Going Through During CenturyLink Outage

    LINN COUNTY 911 CALLS STILL GOING THROUGH DURING CENTURYLINK OUTAGE


    News Release from Linn County Sheriff's Office
    Posted on FlashAlert: December 28th, 2018 8:56 AM

    Linn County Undersheriff Paul Timm reports the 911 Dispatch Center is still receiving 911 calls during the reported CenturyLink phone service outage.  Those with an emergency are still urged to call 911. 

    The outage has impacted the transfer of 911 calls from the dispatch center to other outside agencies. This includes police departments in Lebanon, Sweet Home and Albany, or other fire departments outside of Linn County’s dispatch service, primarily in the Lyons and Mill City area. 

    911 dispatchers are usually able to directly connect the call to these other agencies, making this an immediate transfer of the caller to the correct agency.  Until the outage is fixed, the 911 dispatchers will have to call the other agencies separately to give them the information about the emergency, rather than an immediate transfer of the call.  This may cause a slight delay in the transfer of 911 calls to agencies outside of our dispatch service. 

    Undersheriff Timm reports the Linn County Sheriff’s Office will add additional staffing, if necessary, to assist in the transfer of emergency calls.  Again, callers with an emergency situation should still call 911.

                                                                                                                                                                                  

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    911 Outage Update

    911 OUTAGE UPDATE


    News Release from Clark Regional Emergency Services (CRESA)
    Posted on FlashAlert: December 28th, 2018 7:44 AM

    On December 27th, CRESA (Clark Regional Emergency Services Agency) and Clark County was impacted by a state wide 911 outage.  At this time it appears that 911 services have been restored in Clark County however we are getting intermittent reports of some 911 call failures.  If you cannot get through on 911 it is important to call us at 360-693-3111 or text to 911 if you need emergency assistance in Clark County. 
    We will be working with the State e911 Office and others as they work with Centurylink to determine the cause of the outage and what steps can be taken to mitigate this type outage in the future.

    We apologize for any inconvenience, and multiple alerts. We strive to only use our alerting systems when we deem they are critical for our community. We have identified the a few issues to ensure future alerts will not be sent multiple times. Again we apologize and thank you for your understanding.

    Again, If you cannot get through on 911 it is important to call us at 360-693-3111 or text to 911 if you need emergency assistance in Clark County.  

     

    Why EAS and WEA was used:

    Around  80% of our calls come in via mobile devices.   We had reports from first responders in the field that individuals were unaware and did not know how to reach 9-1-1.  After pushing the information to all other methods we chose to send the message via EAS (Emergency Alert System) and WEA (Wireless Emergency Alerts) to ensure everyone was aware of the outage.  Those systems allow us to hit everyone at one time. Because of the shared media market with the Portland Metro region, everyone got these notifications.  While we can somewhat tailor the range of these alerts, due to our close proximity to Oregon there was some bleed over into that area.

    People may have also received duplicate alerts from the State 911 0ffice as well.

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