Police Cancel Amber Alert After Shooting

GRESHAM, Ore. — Gresham Police Department cancelled the Amber Alert for 2-year-old Paige Cavett. She is safe and the suspect, 36-year-old Joshua R. Cavett, is in custody according to police. The alleged shooting happened just before noon at a Gresham area apartment. Police reportedly found a woman in the apartment suffering from life-threatening gunshot wounds. … Continue reading »

Training Highlights Sex Predators

MEDFORD, Ore. — Local law enforcement continued their Amber Alert training focusing on sexual predators and specific child abduction cases. Mark Simpson spoke on Wednesday at the training. Simpson has over 30 years of law enforcement experience in missing persons and sex offenders. He spoke about specific techniques and reviewed the profile of offenders. “Looking … Continue reading »

Police Update on Amber Alert Case

SAN DIEGO, Calif. — The manhunt for a California Amber Alert suspect has moved to the Idaho wilderness. According to police, horseback riders saw a man and a woman fitting the description of James DiMaggio and 16-year-old Hannah Anderson. Late Friday morning, police said a car matching description of the vehicle in the Amber Alert … Continue reading »

Law Enforcement Discuss Amber Alerts

MEDFORD, Ore. — Law enforcement are encouraging anyone who may have information during an amber alert to call in and leave a tip. Amber Alerts have been going out across Southern Oregon over a missing California teenager. Reports in Lakeview surfaced of a possible sighting of the suspect’s car. Drivers going north and south along … Continue reading »

Search for Missing Girl Continues

(CNN) — An Amber Alert blankets Oregon, as the search for a suspected killer and a missing teen grows more desperate. It has now been four days since crews found James DiMaggio’s home in flames and two bodies inside. DiMaggio has been missing ever since, along with 16-year-old Hannah Anderson. One body is confirmed as … Continue reading »

Nationwide: Amber Alert Awareness Day

MEDFORD, Ore. — Before Oregon adopted the Amber Alert System in 2002, Dannielle Trotter’s brother Tommy Kelly disappeared. She knows the agony of searching for a loved one. “I was just at a loss of what to do. All I knew is that my brother was missing. We’re 13 years apart. All I knew was … Continue reading »