Driver in Serious Condition After Crash

BROOKINGS, Ore. – A single vehicle crash on North Bank Chetco River Rd., near Alfred A. Loeb State Park, left the driver in serious condition. A approximately 9:50 p.m. Thursday, the Curry County Sheriff’s Deputies were notified of a single motor vehicle crash. Initial reports indicate that the driver Parrish Leon Clifton Shelton (21) was … Continue reading »

I-5 Traffic Crash Leads to Death

ROSEBURG, Ore. — Police are still investigating a fatal traffic crash along I-5 near Roseburg. Investigators say yesterday afternoon a black Ford Focus driven by Jonathan Graham (58) of Myrtle Creek, was northbound on I-5 near milepost 110. The Focus drifted into a the traffic barrier and crashed sustaining heavy front and side damage. Graham … Continue reading »

Strebendt Requests Change of Venue

EUGENE, Ore. — The man charged with murdering a driver during a road rage incident last year wants his trial moved out of Lane County. Lawyers for Gerald Strebendt filed a “change of venue” motion, citing prejudice, meaning they don’t think their client would get a fair trial in Lane County. Strebendt is accused of … Continue reading »

Well-Timed Call May Have Saved a Life

LEBANON, Ore. — A routine phone call to a woman just outside of Lebanon in Linn County may have saved her life. Mario Gonzales is the owner of a health products business out of Las Vegas. He was following up with a woman just outside of Lebanon on Wednesday. When he called her he says … Continue reading »

Seattle Teacher Plans to Sue

(CNN) — Video of a teacher getting pepper sprayed during a peaceful Martin Luther King event is now going viral. That Seattle-based teacher now say they plan to sue. The video shows the teacher walking by on his cellphone right after giving a speech during MLK Day. Then, the officer starts to spray. The teacher … Continue reading »

Hayes Admits Consulting Fees

PORTLAND, Ore. — The investigation into the Governor’s fiancée continues. The EO Media Group is now reports that Cylvia Hayes was paid $118,000 over two year to work with a clean energy organization. The group reports at the same time, she was advising the Governor on similar topics. Hayes confirmed the work in an email … Continue reading »

Friend of “OSU Porn Case” Speak Out

CORVALLIS, Ore. — A 19-year-old woman was cited on Tuesday after police say she filmed a porn video of herself in the Valley Library at Oregon State University. Now, friends of that woman are coming to her defense. Kendra Sunderland is facing criminal charges for her behavior, but friends are concerned about the university’s quickness … Continue reading »

Home Burglary Suspects Caught

MOUNT SHASTA CITY, Calif. – Two men were arrested today after a home burglary in California. The Siskiyou County Sheriff’s Office received a call at about 8:32 a.m. from the residents of a home in Callahan. The suspects allegedly entered the home, confronted the victims, subdued and bound them and stole various valuables from the … Continue reading »

Double Fatal Crash On Highway 99

JUNCTION CITY, Ore.  – Oregon State Police continue to investigate a double fatal vehicle accident that occurred on Highway 99 near Milliron Road this morning. Preliminary investigation indicates that shortly before 7:00 A.M., this morning, a red, 1991 Ford Explorer, driven by Jacob W. Harper Leonard (29) of Junction City, was northbound on Hwy. 99 … Continue reading »

Increased Patrols For Super Bowl Weekend

GOLD BEACH, Ore. – High Visibility Traffic Enforcement Patrols will be conducted by the Curry County Sheriff’s Office from January 30th through February 3rd. The Curry County Sheriff’s Office will increase their proactive patrols in an effort to locate impaired drivers and to reduce the number of potentially hazardous driving situations during specific times of … Continue reading »

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