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Police Blotter: Race on W. 18th Results in Injuries, Arrests

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Lane County Mugshots: At 7:34 p.m. on April 7, a caller advised of two vehicles speed racing on W. 18th Avenue prior to crashing into a third vehicle. The speeding vehicles were: a black 1997 Volkswagen Jetta driven by Shawn Haynes, age 40, of Eugene; and a red 1996 Acura Integra driven by Amber Raeanne Puckett, 22, of Springfield. The third involved vehicle, was a 2010 Toyota Tacoma driven by Michael Patrick Walrath, 59, of Eugene.

After the crash, bystanders reported one of the drivers, later identified as Haynes, fled on foot. Due to evidence at the scene, he appeared to be injured. He was last seen running southbound on foot. An officer searching for Haynes spotted a blue 2005 Toyota Sequoia driving in the area near Todd Street, pulling into a driveway, then pulling out and appearing indecisive about travel direction. The officer became interested in the SUV and as the vehicle turned onto W. 18th, the officer spotted Haynes in the passenger seat and initiated a traffic stop on W. 18th near Greiner Street. Haynes got out of the SUV and had obvious injuries, and the officer also detected possible signs of intoxication. After an investigation, it was determined Haynes and Puckett, had been speed racing westbound on W. 18th Avenue. Haynes was driving in the turn lane and Puckett’s vehicle was in the westbound lane. When they entered the s-curve toward Oak Patch, Haynes lost control of his vehicle and entered the oncoming lane, and crashed into Walrath’s Tacoma. The Tacoma was redirected by the impact into Puckett’s vehicle.

CHARGES
Puckett was issued a citation in lieu of custody for Reckless Driving.

Haynes was arrested for DUII, Hit and Run, Reckless Driving.

Police Blotter: EPD In Spring!

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Lane County Mugshots: EPD on the Beat – April’s Notable Patrol Incidents and Arrests

Vehicle/Bicycle at Hwy. 99 & Royal
April 1 at 11:17 p.m., a bicyclist peddled across Royal Avenue against a pedestrian control signal, and into the path of a westbound turning Dodge Dakota pick-up. The bicyclist was struck, and sustained life-threatening injuries. The bicyclist remains at the local hospital. He appears to be in his 50s. The driver, Scott John Jacobson, age 29, of Eugene, was cited for Driving While Suspended. 1605216

Wanted Subject Released from Hospital to Police Custody – Loren Dean Cox, Jr., age 47, was being released from a local hospital around 9:30 p.m. on April 2, and had warrants. Cox had been combative with police from another agency when brought there earlier. During his stay, he was hostile with hospital security and hurt one of their officers. EPD officers approached the situation with care and caution. A sergeant introduced himself and attempted to speak with Cox calmly, attempting to gain his compliance. Cox did not wish to communicate, but instead by verbal and physical indicators, appeared ready to fight. After numerous warnings, a taser was used to take him into custody to try and avoid a fight. Cox landed on the bed and then fought officers as they handcuffed him. He was taken to the Lane County Jail without incident and lodged on his warrant, as well as Interfering with Police. 1605275

Employees at the Home Depot store, 808 Seneca Road, had a shoplifter in custody on April 3, at 4:52 p.m. Police arrived and contacted Richard Byron Dormer, age 42, who was sitting down inside the Loss Prevention Office. After investigating, the officer found that he had taken a knife and a flashlight. He had a pair of wire cutters on him. He was asked about a bike that was outside and he said it was not his. He was taken to jail and lodged. Another officer was called back to the Home Depot, as the bicycle had been taken into the office for safekeeping (it had not been secured outside and employees were concerned it might be taken). An inventory of the bike and associated property turned up methamphetamines and evidence the bicycle was Dormer’s. Dormer had been charged with Possession of a Burglary Tool or Theft Device, and Theft III, and Unlawful Possession of Methamphetamine was added to the charges. 1605319

DUI/Reckless Driving – At around April 2, at 12:26 a.m., a 1984 Ford Bronco crashed into a pedestrian sign and then hit a tree in front of St. Paul Catholic Church, 1201 Satre Street. The driver was reportedly trying to restart the vehicle. Officers arrived and contacted the driver, Rick Curtis Gander, age 33, of Eugene. After an investigation, he was lodged at the Lane County Jail on charges of DUI and Reckless Driving. 1605218

Woman Arrested after Fight Over Keys – At 2:42 a.m. on April 2, police were called to a residence on Knoop Lane after an intoxicated woman, later identified as Arisia Promise Miller, age 43, of Ree, Oregon, was reported to be in a dispute with residents at the home. The residents, a husband, age 70, and his wife, age 56, had tried to get Miller, who was visiting their son, to leave due to her intoxication, but she refused. The couple took her keys and tried to call a cab. Miller was upset when her keys were taken and the fight ensued. Miller grabbed the other woman and pushed and punched the 70-year-old man. She removed books from a shelf and pulled the home phone from the wall. Miller pushed the son’s motorcycle in the driveway and it fell over. Miller was lodged at the Lane County Jail on two counts of Harassment. 1605222

Shoplifter Arrested for Assault – Walmart Loss Prevention called to report a shoplifter in custody on April 3 at 11:16 a.m. The suspect, later identified as Matthew Ray Schmidt, age 28, of Eugene, was seen leaving the store without paying for merchandise. He was stopped by loss prevention employees outside and asked to come back into the store. Initially Schmidt agreed and was escorted in. Once in the store, he tried to pull away from the loss prevention officers who were holding onto him. While trying to pull away, he knocked a 55-year-old medically vulnerable woman to the ground, hurting her. The woman’s husband confronted Schmidt and Schmidt complied with loss prevention. Schmidt claimed to feel ill and asked to be taken to a hospital. He was transported to the hospital, then after being treated, he was taken to jail and lodged on two warrants, Theft 2, and Assault. 1605313

Disorderly Conduct at W. 3rd and Jackson – Police were called on April 2 at 9:40 p.m., to respond to complaints of an intoxicated man who was bleeding and staggering in the street near W. 3rd Avenue and Jackson Street, taunting people to fight him. Officers contacted the man, Jadd Enver Tryon, age 37, of Eugene. He was standing against the fence in front of 1047 W 3rd Avenue. When an officer first approached him, he raised his fists as if getting ready to fight and he was visible intoxicated. He refused to show the officer his identification and started to walk away. Two officers took him into custody and were escorting him to his vehicle to get his belongings, but he tried to pull away. He was pulled down to his stomach and handcuffed. He refused to stand up and was assisted to his feet. When officers took him to the patrol car, he pushed his weight around and caused an officer to fall into a fence. The other officer pulled Tryon down into a flower bed to retain control. The two officers had to again lift Tryon as he was refusing to stand. While being escorted he pulled his feet off the ground, and the two officers had to lift Tryon’s entire body weight. Tryon was lodged at Jail on charges of Disorderly Conduct and Criminal Trespass II. 1605276

Failure to Register as a Sex Offender – On April 2 at 9:37 p.m., LTD called police as they had a trespasser in custody at their station, 1080 Willamette Street. Christopher Wayne Wadinski, age 55, had been told to stay off the property due to his intoxication earlier in the day. He returned to the station and security handcuffed him. A records check showed he had failed to register as a sex offender. He was charged with Failure to Register as a Sex Offender and Criminal Trespass. 1605269

Disorderly Woman Arrested at High and 13th – On April 2 at 4:05 a.m., an officer was dispatched to High Ally and 13th Avenue for a disorderly female who was reported to be screaming at random and throwing glass bottles in the street. An officer arrived and located Angela Weber, 50, behind a dumpster and she was arrested on a warrant for Criminal Trespass. 1605224

Car Vs. Power Pole – At 10:44 p.m. on April 3, a grey 1996 Grey Nissan Sentra was driving southbound on Chambers near W. 8th Place and possibly hit the curb before it flipped and hit a power pole. Fire and EMS responded as well as police. The car was upside down in the road. There didn’t appear to be any sign of intoxication regarding the driver. (The report is not yet entered into the system). 1605324

Pedestrian vs. Credit Union
On April 1 at 6:21 p.m., Oregon Community Credit Union, 4239 Barger Avenue, numerous people called police as there was a man beating on the window demanding his money. When police arrived, they found the subject of the call, Matthew James Henson, age 32, talking loudly and screaming. Officers advised him to leave, but Henson refused. Henson resisted arrest, but officers were able to get him handcuffed after a struggle and mention of a taser (without display). At one point, Henson began to stand, lifting the officers holding onto him. Still, there were no injuries to anyone in the end and Henson was lodged at the jail for Disorderly Conduct, Criminal Trespass II, and Resisting Arrest. 16-05203

Thursday and Friday had many crashes involving vulnerable roadway users: Two EPD DUII officers were each hard at work finding DUII drivers, and were able to remove several of these drivers from Eugene’s traffic. There were still multiple incidents involving vehicles and either pedestrians or bicycles.

Pedestrian/Train Crash Fatality – On April 1, just before 8 p.m., a 38-year-old man died after stepping in front of an eastbound train at Washington Street near the park. Police and Fire/EMS units responded but the man died from his injuries. Bystanders said the man appeared to step into the path of the eastbound Union Pacific locomotive. The man’s identity is known to police, but his name is being withheld pending next of kin notification. 16-05147

Vehicle/Bicycle Hit and Run at 10th & Charnelton
On April 1 at 4:41 p.m., a 45-year-old Eugene woman, was riding her bike south on Charnelton Street, south of W. 10th Avenue. She was riding in the middle of the lane and there was an older model pick-up behind her at a red light. When the light turned green, she took off and started peddling, but reported being hit from behind as the pick-up made a turn. She did not require medical transport. The driver left the scene with little identifying information. 1605200

Vehicle/Pedestrian Crash at 6th & Washington
On April 1, at 9:11 p.m., Donald James Thompson, age 23, walked into a moving vehicle while exiting Washington Jefferson Park mid-block. The driver of the vehicle, Ramon Antonio Cordova Nash, age 41, of Eugene, stopped and activated his hazard lights. Thompson had an injured foot and was transported to a hospital for care. Thompson was cited for Pedestrian-Failure to Yield to a Vehicle.

Vehicle/Pedestrian Crash at 11th & Ocean
On April 1 at 9:37 p.m., a pedestrian, Katherine Louise Stieglitz, age 26, walked into W. 11th/Ocean traffic in an attempt to cross all four lanes outside a crosswalk. Based on her movements, several vehicles had to swerve to miss her, and a 1989 Toyota Supra driven by Monica Marie Mattoon, age 27, of Eugene, was unable to miss Stieglitz. Mattoon was driving while suspended. Stieglitz was taken to a local hospital for care and cited for Pedestrian Failure to Yield to Vehicle. 16-05211

Vehicle/Bicycle at Hwy. 99 & Royal
April 1 at 11:17 p.m., a bicyclist peddled across Royal Avenue against a pedestrian control signal, and into the path of a westbound turning Dodge Dakota pick-up. The bicyclist was struck, and sustained life-threatening injuries. The bicyclist remains at the local hospital. He appears to be in his 50s. The driver, Scott John Jacobson, age 29, of Eugene, was cited for Driving While Suspended. 1605216

Police Blotter: Weekend Roundup

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Lane County Mugshots: It was a very busy weekend. Here are some notable incidents and DUIs:

Robbery, Assault at Walmart – On March 26 at 5:13 p.m., officers were called to the Walmart at 1040 Green Acres Road regarding a theft suspect, later identified as James Raymond Beason, age 35, of Eugene, who was fighting with loss prevention and management staff. When the officer arrived, he found Beason had just fled the location and was in the area of Norkenzie Road and Holley Avenue. The officers arrived and located Beason, who was out of breath and drinking a beer as he walked through the neighborhood. Beason was compliant when officers contacted him. He was arrested for Robbery in the Third Degree, Assault in the Fourth Degree, and Criminal Mischief in the Third Degree. 1604857

Disorderly Conduct in the Roadway at W. 6th – On March 26 at 9:50 p.m., callers reported a woman, later identified as Rachel Rene Lyager, age 41, of Eugene, in traffic near the intersection of W. 6th Avenue and Blair Boulevard. She was reported to be wandering in traffic and appeared to be attempting to direct traffic with her eyes closed, walking down the center line. There had been other reports during the day of Lyager doing similar things in the area. An officer contacted Lyager on Blair Blvd in front of 7-Eleven and arrested her for Disorderly Conduct.

Disorderly Conduct/Harassment/ Criminal Mischief at Circle K – On March 26 at 1:09 p.m., police responded to Circle K at 296 E. 13th Avenue regarding a patron, later identified as Benjamin Jared Lybbert, age 25, who entered the store, threw a drink on the floor, lobbed a can at a wine display, and then propelled a shopping basket full of food items at wine bottles, breaking some. The employee told him to leave. Lybbert rushed toward him and hit the employee. The employee fell into a store display, then regained his feet and pushed Lybbert away. Other patrons helped get Lybbert out of the store. Lybbert left on foot, but tried to enter another man’s vehicle, and this man also had a physical altercation with Lybbert. Officers located Lybbert and arrested him on charges of Criminal Mischief 2, Disorderly Conduct, Harassment. 1604842

Unlawful Possession of Cocaine/ Warrant Hit and Run – On March 27 at 1:44 a.m., callers reported three males involved in a dispute in the parking lot at 4170 Quest Drive. One was reported to be intoxicated. Officers responded and contacted Nhowahisaac Jene McDonald, age 20, of Elmira. He had a Eugene Municipal warrant for Failure to appear in a Hit and Run case. Officers also found him in possession of cocaine and alcohol. There was also some property from a theft from vehicle that had occurred earlier, nearby. The owner did not wish to press charges. He was arrested for the warrant and Unlawful Possession of Cocaine, and he was cited for Minor in Possession of Alcohol.

Disorderly Conduct in the Roadway on Bell Avenue- On March 26 at 6:29 p.m., officers were dispatched to the 2400 block of Bell Avenue regarding a man who had walked in front of a moving van driven by the 51-year-old male victim, then thrown a beer can in front of the van, and walked toward it. The suspect, later identified as Eric Arthur Curran, age 46, of Eugene, was reported to have been yelling and standing in front of the van before lifting the front of his shirt, as if he had a gun (there was no firearm). A neighbor yelled for Curran to move out of the victim’s way. Curran hit the van’s hood and then moved out of the way. The officer contacted Curran, and arrested him without incident for Disorderly Conduct. 1604861

Reckless Burning near River Road – On March 27, at 11:59, an unknown subject started a dumpster fire at Happy Hour Bar, 645 River Road, and then a small garbage fire at Rasor Park. The person then a burned a garbage can in the 400 block of Knoop. EPD continues to investigate. 1604921

DUII Crash I-105 – On March 27 at 6:49 p.m., police observed a crash at eastbound I-105 near the Willamette River between a vehicle driven by Sabrina Lynn Ross, age 32, of Eugene, and one driven by a 16-year-old male. Ross was taken to a local hospital with non life-threatening injuries and was cited in lieu of custody for DUII and Careless Driving. 1604914

Crash into Parked Trailer (DUII/Reckless Driving/Possession of Cocaine) – On March 26, at 3:10 a.m., a 2005 Toyota Tacoma driven by Anthony Mitchell Buich, age 23, of Alamo California, hit a parked trailer at W. 5th Aly and Van Buren Street. A local resident was awakened by the crash and responded to try and rouse the driver, who was asleep at the wheel. Officers arrived and found Buich still asleep. They knocked on his window to try and wake him. After a time, he sat up. And subsequent to an investigation, officers charged Buich with Unlawful Possession of Cocaine, DUI, and Reckless Driving. 1604821

DUI at W. 13th and Charnelton– On March 26, at 4 p.m., an officer on routine patrol spotted Chelsea Ann Bair, age 22, of Eugene, in a parking lot at W. 13th and Charnelton. The businesses were not open and Bair was going through the trunk of her Honda Accord. The vehicle was missing a front license plate. When the officer contacted her, he observed signs of impairment and he found that Bair has just been driving. Bair was also in possession of cocaine. After a Drug Recognition Expert investigated, Bair was charged with Unlawful Possession Cocaine and DUII. Her vehicle was impounded.1604852

DUI/Reckless Driving/ Possession of Methamphetamine on W. 7th – On March 26, an officer spotted a vehicle going the wrong way on W. 7th near Monroe Street. An officer stopped the vehicle, driven by Keith Brian Finkle, age 40, of Eugene. After an investigation, he was charged with DUII, Reckless Driving, and Unlawful Possession of Methamphetamine. 1604823

DUII/ Reckless Driving/Reckless Endangering/Criminal Mischief W. 18th– On March 27 at 5:57 a.m., an officer was dispatched to the 3700 block of W. 18th Avenue regarding a white Toyota pickup truck that had hit a curb, failed to negotiate the turn on 18th Avenue, and then travelled across a lawn, and struck a home. The driver was trying to reverse his vehicle out of the yard. The impact of the crash damaged the exterior of the home and knocked the residents’ TV off the wall. A city-owned sign was also damaged. An officer contacted the driver, David Chapman Novak, age 55, of Eugene, and after investigating, charged him with DUI, Reckless Driving, three counts of Recklessly Endangering, and Criminal Mischief 2. 1604891

DUI/Speed Violation near Chad Drive- On March 26 at 9:36 p.m., a sergeant initiated a stop on a vehicle at 2800 block of Chad Drive for speeding. He watched as the vehicle drove over the concrete curb on the roadway and then stopped in the middle of the Shopko parking lot entrance, blocking access to the business. After an investigation, Darrel Wayne Powell, age 70, of Oakland, Oregon, was arrested for DUI, and cited for Violation of the Designated Speed and Open Container.

DUII (Controlled Substance) W. 11th and Oakpatch – On March 26 at 12:21 a.m., an officer stopped Shari Ann Vowell, age 52, of Eugene for driving without headlights at W. 11th Avenue and Oakpatch. After an investigation, the officer arrested Vowell for DUI (Controlled Substance), and cited her for Driving without Lights. 1604813

DUI/Reckless Driving/Reckless Endangering Echo Hollow Near Royal – On March 27 at 1:05 a.m., an officer stopped a vehicle for speeding and careless driving at Echo Hollow near Royal Avenue. The officer had spotted the vehicle pass another vehicle as it approached his location, then accelerate at a high rate of speed. He caught up to it and when the officer initiated the traffic stop, the vehicle came to a stop on a residence’s gravel landscaping. After investigating, the officer charged Steven Mikel Robinson, age 25, of Junction City, with DUI, Reckless Driving, and Recklessly Endangering, as he had a passenger. 1604883

Lane County Mugshots – Eugene Daily News Merger

Eugene OR – Lane County Mugshots (LCM) is in the process of a merger with the Eugene Daily News (EDN). Soon all your favorite LCM articles will be published on the EDN website.

LCM will continue to publish news, Police Blotter, FBI Files, Mugshots, Crime/Missing, Accidents, To The Editor, and Warnings/Advisories. These articles and more will soon be found on the Eugene Daily News website. Complete daily mugshots are already served to the reader through the EDN  website.

This merger will benefit you as a reader with a wider variety of articles, and better servers to ensure you never experience a website outage.

Lane County Mugshots is excited to be working with one of the best hyper-local news site that Lane County has to offer.  LCM will eventually be EDN’s Crime page.

The LCM Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/LaneCountyMugshots will still keep Facebook users up to date with links to your favorite articles, as will the LCM Uncensored Facebook group https://www.facebook.com/groups/LaneCountyMugshotsUncensored/.

 

LCM hope this merger will be seamless for you the readers. If you have question or concerns about this please email LCM at [email protected] We will be happy to answer any of your concerns or questions.

Here are a few helpful links to EDN and the full daily mugshots articles.

Eugene Daily News: http://eugenedailynews.com/

Daily LCM Mugshots Category: http://eugenedailynews.com/c/news/news-mugshots/

 

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Man Claiming His Wife Was Kidnapped by FBI Taken Into Custody

Salem OR – Yesterday at around 3:45 p.m., the Marion County Sheriff’s Office was called to the intersection of Lancaster Drive NE and Monroe Avenue NE, in Salem on a reported non-injury, hit and run crash. The driver of the suspect vehicle exited his car, began shouting wild accusations and then took off running south on Lancaster Drive NE. One of the callers reported that there was a large butcher knife inside of the vehicle that the male had just run from.

Witnesses reported that Joshua Shepherd, age 41, of Salem was yelling about FBI agents and claiming his wife had been kidnapped. In addition Mr. Shepherd was talking off his clothing as he ran from the scene of the crash. A deputy contacted Mr. Shepherd close to the scene and found him only wearing his mixed martial arts style fighting shorts.

The deputy described Mr. Shepherd as 6’00” tall, with broad shoulders, very little body fat and bulky muscles. When the lone deputy first arrived Mr. Shepherd would only lay down on the ground and refused to follow the command to place his hands behind his back. The deputy stated that he felt as though Mr. Shepherd was attempting to bait him into coming closer. Numerous times the deputy told Mr. Shepherd that he was under arrest and that he was going to be tazed, if he did not comply. Mr. Shepherd refused to comply with the deputy, stating that he would kill the deputy if he came any closer.

As the second deputy arrived both men approached and Mr. Shepherd quickly spun back stating, “Come any closer and I’ll fucking kill you.” Deputies remained calm and waited for the third deputy to arrive continuing to verbally engage Mr. Shepherd and request that he peacefully surrender. The third deputy, Sergeant Jeff Stutrud arrived on scene and determined a fourth deputy was needed due to Mr. Shepherd’s continued threats to not approach him and his refusal to place his hands behind his back. While the deputies waited for the fourth deputy to arrive they continued to talk with Mr. Shepherd and request he surrender. Once the fourth officer arrived deputies requested additional units for a crowd gathering around them.

One of the deputies on scene, a twenty two year veteran stated, “Out of all of the calls I have been on this guy truly scared me.” The deputy described the man as lifting himself in a plank style approximately one inch off of the ground and holding himself in that position. The deputy stated, “This guy had that mixed martial arts build to him, it was obvious that he was capable of hurting all of us.”

The fourth officer, a Salem PD, K9 arrived on scene and a plan was put into action to take Mr. Shepherd into custody. Deputies staged medical units for Mr. Shepherd and approached him cautiously. Sergeant Stutrud and the other police officers approached Mr. Shepherd and touched his foot with their foot. This touch was to gauge Mr. Shepherd’s reaction to their approach. Mr. Shepherd immediately attempted to spin and attack the deputies. The K9 seized Mr. Shepherd and the remaining deputies took him into custody.

After being placed into custody Mr. Shepherd was carefully sat up to avoid injuring him any further. Even after being taken into custody Mr. Shepherd continued to threaten and resist deputies and medics as they attempted to treat him for the dog bite. It was apparent to deputies that Mr. Shepherd was not fit to be taken to jail and he required medical attention for the dog bite as well as a mental health evaluation.

A deputy assigned to our Mobile Crisis Response Team or (MCRT), arrived on scene and rode with Mr. Shepherd to the hospital. At the hospital Mr. Shepherd was cited and released for the crimes of Hit and Run Property Damage, Resisting Arrest and Driving on a Misdemeanor Suspended License.

It has come to the Sheriff’s Office attention that videos of this incident have been posted on YouTube and shared with the media. It is always our mission to be transparent and provide media with facts so that they may report the full story to their viewing public.

Attached to this release is the YouTube video submitted to local media by a member of the public. In addition Sergeant Baldridge is prepared to email any requesting media, the dispatch tapes as well as additional video of Mr. Shepherd being transported to the hospital. Mr. Shepherd is still being treated at the Salem Hospital.

http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=m1cS4YOt0_k

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Inmate Death Investigation Underway at Lane County Jail

Eugene OR – Oregon State Police  are investigating the unexpected death of an inmate in the Lane County Jail at the request of the Lane County Sheriff’s Office.

Preliminary information indicates that on Friday, February 06, at approximately 12:11 p.m., Deputies and medical personnel at the Lane County Jail were performing routine duties when they checked the cell of 46 year-old, TROY L. BAILEY, of Eugene, in the intake/housing area.

Deputies discovered BAILEY, who was alone and secured in his own cell, unconscious and not breathing. Deputies and medical staff immediately initiated CPR and continued for approximately 30 minutes until BAILEY was pronounced deceased at approximately 12:44 p.m. Initial inmate death investigation suggest BAILEY died of an apparent suicide.

The Lane County Sheriff’s Office has requested the Oregon State Police lead the investigation into this incident and will take any media inquiries also. The investigation is ongoing and no additional information is available at this time. No photos are available for release at this time.

Bailey is the second Lane County inmate to die of an apparent suicide this year.

In January,  ADAM SIX was found dead of an apparent suicide at the Springfield Municipal Jail.

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DUII Saturation in Eugene/Springfield Durring KLCC Microbrew Festival

The Oregon State Police (OSP), in partnership with the Eugene Police Department (EPD) and Springfield Police Department (SPD), have organized DUII saturation efforts around the KLCC Microbrew Festival, February 6th and 7th at the Lane County Fairgrounds.

Additional troopers and officers will be assigned to the high visibility enforcement (HVE) event each night, targeting drug and alcohol-impaired drivers. Funding for these coordinated efforts are provided by grants through the Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).

This HVE effort is undertaken in conjunction with ODOT Transportation Safety Division’s message, “Drive Sober – The Way to Go,” and NHTSA’s safety message, “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over.” Across the United States, more than 10,000 people were killed in impaired driving crashes in 2012. Here in Oregon in 2013, over 40% of all fatal crashes involved a driver who had been drinking.

Attendees are encouraged to designate a driver or use alternative transportation. KLCC and the Lane Transit District (LTD) are offering free bus passes for those attending the festival. Visit KLCC’s website for more information. www.klcc.org

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Albany Police Investigate Murder

Albany OR – On 02-01-15 at about 6:55PM, Albany Police Officers responded to a 911 hang-up call in Southwest Albany. Upon their arrival, Officers found the body of 64 year old Thomas Ferrero inside the home. Police and Detectives interviewed 26 year old Martin Ferrero, who was treated for minor injuries. Martin Ferrero was later lodged at the Linn County Jail on charges of Murder and Assault I. The Oregon State Police Forensics Examination team is assisting in the investigation, which is still continuing.

Cause of death has not yet been determined. Additional information will be released as it becomes available.

Please contact Albany Police Detectives with information: (541)917-7680

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Mugshots Preview Feb. 01, 2015

Every day this week it looks like the long arm of Law Enforcement has been keeping busy. Here are six out of the many bookings/mugshots from today, Feb. 1st, 2015.

 


 

 

Leary.Jami.Jay

Charges: assault in the 4th degree -1

Name: Jami Jay Leary
Booking: 02-01-15 – 00:11
Facility: Lane County Jail
Arresting Agency: Springfield Police Department

 


 

 

Teed.Tyler.James

Charges: DUII -1, reckless endangering, reckless driving, and unlawful possession of heroin

Name: Tyler James Teed
Booking: 02-01-15 – 02:58
Facility: Lane County Jail
Arresting Agency: Eugene Police Department

 


 

 

Ellis.Devin.Vincent

Charges: DUII

Name: Devin Vincent Ellis
Booking: 02-01-15 – 07:14
Facility: Springfield Municipal Jail
Arresting Agency: Eugene Police Department

 


 

 

Wiegand.Brad.Lambert

Charges: DUII

Name: Brad Lambert Wiegand
Booking: 02-01-15 – 09:14
Facility: Springfield Municipal Jail
Arresting Agency: Eugene Police Department

 


 

 

Bixby.Kodie.Skyler

Charges: failure to appear in the 2nd degree – Harrisburg Municipal Court, contempt of court – Harrisburg Municipal Court

Name: Kodie Skyler Bixby
Booking: 02-01-15 – 00:48
Facility: Lane County Jail
Arresting Agency: Springfield Area Command

 


 

 

Urban.Christopher.Michael

Charges: DUII -1

Name: Christopher Michael Urban
Booking: 02-01-15 – 03:44
Facility: Lane County Jail
Arresting Agency: Springfield Police Department

 


 

 

As always, all the people presented here in their booking photos are presumed to be innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. Lane County Mugshots is in no way liable for the accuracy of the charges or information here as it was gleaned from the websites of the Lane County Sheriff’s Office, and/or the Springfield Municipal Jail. Plus we are just human. Please contact the Sheriff’s Office if there is a question concerning the accuracy thereof.

Don’t drink and drive people……

 

For more mugshots: http://eugenedailynews.com/c/news/news-mugshots/

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Driver from Pursuit in Klamath Found Deceased

Klamath Falls OR – On December 19, 2014, at approximately 7:11 pm, Troopers from the Klamath Falls Patrol office attempted to stop an orange Ford Expedition for a traffic violation on Highway 66 in Klamath. The driver who was later identified as Christopher Sellars, age 32, of Klamath Falls, attempted to elude troopers while traveling westbound on Highway 66 towards Ashland.

During the pursuit a large gas can was lit on fire and thrown towards an OSP patrol vehicle. Sellars continued to elude troopers for approximately 39 miles before the vehicle came to a stop and two of

Christopher Sellars, age 32

Christopher Sellars, age 32

the three occupants fled on foot, near milepost 18, on Highway 66. The right rear passenger, Levi Cortez, age 25, did not flee and was taken into custody. The following day, the right front passenger, William Anthony Noble, age 25, was taken into custody near where the vehicle came to a stop.

On January 30, 2015, a Southern Oregon University professor and students on a field trip found a deceased male approximately 1 mile south of Highway 66, in a forested area. A Jackson County Deputy Medical Examiner and an OSP detective responded to the scene and identified the deceased male as Christopher Sellars. The cause of death is pending the results of an autopsy from the State Medical Examiners office.

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