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May 2014

Midnight Mugshots – May 31, 2014

Information from the arrests/bookings of the following people is selected from the websites of Lane County Jail (LCJ) and Springfield Municipal Jail (SMJ). Pictures – Mugshots used in this article were taken from those websites and are public record. All those arrested/booked are presumed to be innocent until proven guilty. A list of criminal charges against persons and definitions of each one can be found here. A list of criminal charges pertaining to property and definitions of each one can be found here. A list of criminal charges involving fraud or deception and definitions of each one canRead More

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EUGENE, Ore. — The Eugene Pro Rodeo is switching out their horses for a different kind of ride. Hundreds jumped on their motorcycles Saturday for a scene ride through Lane County. The Tough Enough to Wear Pink Motorcycle Poker Run raises money for breast cancer screening and diagnostic imaging through the Cascade Health Foundation. It’s … Continue reading »

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Authorities say a suspected drunk driver was swept downstream after he tried to get out of a car that crashed into an irrigation canal northeast of Bend.

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