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Salem-News.com (Jan-25-2015 23:48)
SWAT Stand-off with Suspect in Drive-by Shooting Ends in ArrestSalem-News.com
OSP troopers are continuing the investigation of a drive-by shooting in Northern Klamath County
(LA PINE, Ore.) -
Information from on-scene commanders indicates that just before 2:00 A.M., Sunday morning, 9-1-1 call centers received a report of shots being fired at or into a residence, south of La Pine. Troopers learned the suspect, identified as 31-year-old Gary Davis, of La Pine, had threatened a man at that location previously.
Salem-News.com (Nov-19-2014 18:58)
Confessed Murderer Joshua Cavett Sentencing MondayBonnie King Salem-News.com
Multnomah DA Agrees to a Plea of a Minimum 28 Years
(SALEM, Ore.) -
Admitted murderer Josh Cavett will be granted a plea deal next week for the shooting death of his estranged wife, 27-year old Jessie Doyle, in the presence of her two young daughters.
Salem-News.com (Nov-18-2014 00:13)
Linfield College Student Stabbing Death and Police Shooting Investigation UnderwaySalem-News.com
Police Dispatch recordings have been released (below).
(McMINNVILLE, Ore.) -
On Saturday, November 15, 2014, McMinnville Police officers responded to the report of a stabbing at the 7-11 located at 901 SE Baker Street. The stabbing victim was identified as 20-year old Parker Archie Moore, a Linfield Student from Woodinville, WA.
Salem-News.com (Nov-10-2014 22:30)
U.S. Dept of Justice Targets Dozens of Dark Market Sites in Global Enforcement ActionSalem-News.com
Largest law enforcement action against criminal websites on the “Tor” network, ever.
(WASHINGTON D.C.) -
Federal law enforcement has taken action against over 400 Tor hidden service .onion addresses, including dozens of “dark market” websites, that were offering a range of illegal goods and services for sale on the “Tor” network, a special network of computers on the Internet designed to conceal the locations of individuals using it.
Salem-News.com (Nov-06-2014 16:40)
Is Oregon Finally Out Of Sex Trafficking Hotseat?Salem-News.com
A New Study by Shared Hope International Shows Oregon’s Efforts May be Paying Off
(WASHINGTON D.C.) -
Portland is believed to have the highest rate of strip clubs per capita and has been dubbed “Pornland,” but a new study by Shared Hope International shows Oregon’s effort to crack down on trafficking may be paying off.
Salem-News.com (Aug-28-2014 20:05)
Impending Irish Arrest and Extradition of Kevin Annett on verge of Tuam Killings InquirySalem-News.com
An Urgent Bulletin from the International Tribunal into Crimes of Church and State (ITCCS) and its Direct Action Unit in Ireland
The Irish government has agreed to extradite Kevin Annett to England to face imprisonment when he arrives in Ireland this weekend, according to information obtained through our sources in Ireland's national police, the Gardai.
Salem-News.com (Aug-20-2014 13:01)
Child Sacrifice Ritual Stopped; Pope Francis set to ResignKevin Annett Salem-News.com
Two "Ninth Circle" cult members arrested. Pandora's box has been opened.
Tonight, I spoke with a DAU liasion here in Montreal and received the following update:
Salem-News.com (Aug-19-2014 16:45)
Salem Man Gets 10 Years for Wallace Marine Park RapeSalem-News.com Staff
The victim was present and addressed the court prior to sentencing.
(DALLAS, Ore. ) -
Polk County District Attorney Aaron Felton announced Tuesday the conviction and sentencing of Jack Wayne Hamilton to ten years in prison for an attack that occurred in West Salem's Wallace Marine Park in November of 2013.
Salem-News.com (Aug-19-2014 14:05)
Salem Pursuit Ends in Rollover CrashJerry Freeman Salem-News.com
Marion County Fire District #1 personnel responded to the scene and extricated the driver, 33-year-old Brian Wilson, and passenger 30-year-old Perla Gomez Lazo, from Salem.
(SALEM, Ore. ) -
A 33-year old Salem man was arrested after release from a Salem hospital following Tuesday night's attempt to elude and injury crash in SE Salem.
Salem-News.com (Aug-19-2014 01:30)
Oregon Cannabis Activist Indicted for Felony CultivationBonnie King Salem-News.com
“I don’t understand the problem. All of the sacred sacramental plants are legally allowed to exist.” – Joy Graves, recently indicted for cultivation.
(GRANT COUNTY, Ore.) -
Long time front-line cannabis freedom fighter Joy Graves has been indicted on the charge of "Cultivation of Marijuana within 1,000 feet of a school" which is a Class "A" felony, punishable by up to 10 years imprisonment and a $300,000 fine. She goes to court for the first time August 19, 2014.
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