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Three Suspects in Custody After Sunday Morning Robbery Spree and Pursuit

Portland OR – On Sunday January 18, 2015, at 7:20 a.m., North Precinct officers responded to Northeast 19th Avenue and Killingsworth Street on the report of an armed robbery.

Officers contacted the victim who told police that he was robbed at gunpoint by three African American males who left the scene in a black 1990s Ford Crown Victoria.

At 8:09 a.m., East Precinct officers responded to the report of an armed robbery at Southeast 135th Avenue and Division Street.

Officers contacted the victim who told police that he was robbed at gunpoint by two African American males who left the area in a dark blue Ford Crown Victoria.

While officers were checking the surrounding neighborhood for the suspects, a third reported armed robbery occurred at Southeast 139th Avenue and Mill Street.

Officers checking the area spotted the suspect vehicle, a black 1997 Ford Crown Victoria, driving eastbound on Main Street from 162nd Avenue. The suspect vehicle attempted to elude police, but an East Precinct sergeant used a Pursuit Intervention Technique (PIT) to spin the suspect vehicle out. The suspect vehicle spun but the driver regained control and the pursuit continued until a Gresham Police officer was able to deploy Spike Strips to deflate the suspect vehicle tires and the car stopped on Southeast Powell Boulevard and NW Wallula Avenue.

Three suspects were taken into custody. Additional investigation by police led to the discovery of two handguns.

Robbery detectives are continuing to investigate and suspect names and charges will be released after they are booked into jail.

Nobody was injured in any of the robberies or during the pursuit.

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Woman Jumps into Willamette River to Evade Arrest

Portland OR – On Saturday January 17, 2015, at 3:10 a.m., Central Precinct officers responded to a complaint of drug dealing under the Burnside Bridge near Naito Parkway.

An officer arrived and contacted a woman possibly related to the reported drug dealing. The woman ran from the officer, through Waterfront Park, and jumped over the seawall into the Willamette River.

The officer called for assistance from Portland Fire & Rescue boats and the Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office River Patrol.

Portland Fire & Rescue boats arrived within 10 minutes and rescued the woman, who was able to swim over the base of the seawall and get out of the water.

The woman, 35-year-old Takeshia Nicole Cruz, was transported to a Portland hospital for a precautionary exam. Upon release from the hospital, Cruz was transported to the Multnomah County Jail on charges of Criminal Trespass in the Second Degree, Interfering with a Peace Officer, and three unrelated arrest warrants.

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Double Fatality Head-On Crash – Highway 99E

Canby OR – Oregon State Police troopers are continuing the investigation into a two-vehicle, head-on crash on HWY 99E near milepost 17 – in Clackamas County near Canby. Previous information that the crash involved two fatalities was amended, however, since that correction, a second person has died, making this a double fatality crash.

Preliminary investigation at the scene indicates that at approximately 10:20 A.M., a Grey, 2000 Hyundai Accent sedan was southbound on highway 99E near milepost 17 when for a yet undetermined reason, it crossed the center line into oncoming traffic. This section of highway has two northbound lanes. The Hyundai collided head-on with an unknown year, ‘Eagle’ make, semi-tractor pulling a flat bed trailer loaded with an asphalt roller, that was northbound in the right-hand lane.

The driver of the Hyundai, name withheld pending next of kin notification, was pronounced deceased at the scene. The juvenile female passenger was flown to Oregon Health Sciences University (OHSU) where she died at approximately 12:47 P.M. The driver of the semi-truck was not injured and is cooperating with investigators.

The semi-truck is reported to have spilled a small amount (under 50 gallons) of diesel fuel during the crash. The Oregon Department of Environmental Quality responded to assist.

OSP is being assisted at the scene by the Oregon Department of Transportation, Canby Fire District, Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office, Mollala Police Department, West Linn Police Department and the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ).

Further details will be released when they become available.

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Officer Rescue Hit and Run Driver Attempting to Jump from Morrison Bridge

Portland OR – On Sunday January 4, 2015, at 12:42 a.m., Central Precinct officers responded to the report of a hit and run crash at Southwest 3rd Avenue and Oak Street.

As officers were responding, they learned that the suspect vehicle crashed at Southwest 3rd Avenue and Washington Street, after hitting multiple vehicles and a pedestrian. Witnesses reported to police that the suspect ran from the vehicle after removing most of his clothing.

Officers spotted the suspect running eastbound onto the Morrison Bridge. As officers approached the suspect, he climbed over the bridge railing at mid-span, threatening to jump.

Officers grabbed the suspect and held him as he dangled over the river until additional officers arrived and they were able to safely pull him over the rail and take the suspect into custody.

Portland Fire & Rescue responded to the scene and determined the suspect did not have any serious injuries. None of the victims suffered any serious injuries as a result of this incident.

The suspect, 24-year-old Robert Charles Harvey, was booked into the Multnomah County Jail on charges of Driving Under the Influence of Intoxicants (DUII), six (6) counts of Failure to Perform the Duties of a Driver (Hit and Run), Reckless Driving, Reckless Endangerment, five (5) counts of Criminal Mischief in the Second Degree, and Assault in the Fourth Degree. Harvey will be arraigned on Monday in Multnomah County Court

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Two Protesters Arrested Marching in Traffic

Portland OR – On Saturday January 3, 2015, at approximately 1:00 p.m., East Precinct officers responded to the area of Southeast 82nd Avenue and Foster Road on the report that several protesters were marching northbound on 82nd Avenue in the street.

Officers contacted the group and instructed protesters to use the sidewalk and clear the roadway for vehicular traffic. Two protesters refused to go to the sidewalk and were arrested by police.

36-year-old Katharine Moore and 51-year-old Malcolm Chaddock were arrested for Disorderly Conduct in the Second Degree.

Two drivers of vehicles associated with the protesters were given citations for failing to yield to emergency vehicles and other violations after they intentionally obstructed officers responding to the scene.

The protesters that used the sidewalk marched to Portland Community College Southeast Campus at Southeast 82nd Avenue and Division Street, where they interrupted an event with U.S. Senator Ron Wyden.

There were no further arrests after protesters left the campus at approximately 4:00 p.m.

As with all demonstrations and marches, the Police Bureau’s goal is to ensure a safe, secure and orderly event for community members and to minimize disruptions to traffic.

It should be clear that “free speech events” do not require a permit; but, marches or demonstrations occurring in public streets that restrict movement of other community members do require a permit issued by the City of Portland to allow for the safety of all.

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Serious Injury Head-On Crash – HWY 101

Lincoln County OR – On January 2, at approximately 6:03 p.m., Oregon State Police (OSP) troopers responded to a two vehicle crash on US HWY 101 near MP 130.5 that closed the highway to all traffic for approximately 7 hours.

The investigation is continuing but preliminary information indicated a grey, 1991 Mazda pickup, being driven by 27 year-old RAYMOND DAVID, of Otis, was traveling northbound at a high rate of speed and passing in no passing zones and around corners. Near milepost 131, DAVID passed another vehicle and began to fish tail.

A southbound, 2009 Sterling tractor trailer (loaded with frozen foods), driven by STEPHEN JOHNSON, 57, from Ridgefield, Washington, was hit when the Mazda lost control and collided with the right front portion of the tractor- trailer. DAVID was ejected from the vehicle. He was transported to Samaritan Pacific Communities Hospital, Good Samaritan in Corvallis, and then to Legacy Emmanuel in Portland. JOHNSON was not injured and has cooperated with investigators at the scene.

The Mazda pick-up came to rest in the southbound lane of travel and the tractor and trailer came to rest sideways in the highway blocking all lanes of travel. As a result of the crash, 100 gallons of diesel spilled onto the roadway and into the nearby ravine.

Oregon State Police is the lead agency but was assisted by Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office, Depoe Bay Fire, ODOT, Lincoln County Major Crash Team (made up of Lincoln City Police Department, Newport Police Department, Lincoln County DA, and Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office), and Lincoln County District Attorney’s Office. The hazardous material was cleaned up by Northwest Firefighters.

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Double Fatality Crash on HWY 34 in Linn County

Linn County OR – Oregon State Police (OSP) troopers are investigating a two-vehicle, double fatality, head-on crash on Highway 34 at milepost 12, in Linn County.

Early information at the scene indicates that an aqua colored, 1994 Chevrolet Camaro, driven by BRADLEY R. STORKSON, 26, of Lebanon, was traveling westbound on highway 34 at milepost 12 when for it crossed the centerline and collided with an eastbound, blue, 2000 Chevrolet Impala. The driver of the Camaro was pronounced deceased at the scene. The 7-year-old male passenger was transported to Good Samaritan Hospital in Corvallis with serious injuries and subsequently taken to Doernbecher Children’s Hospital in Portland via air ambulance for further treatment. The driver of the Impala, identified as FELICIA N. HAMILTON, 28, of Lebanon, was also transported to Good Samaritan Hospital where she were pronounced deceased.

While the investigation is not complete, speed is being considered as a potential factor in this crash.

OSP was assisted at the scene by the Oregon Department of Transportation, (Linn County Crash Team)- Albany Police Department, Linn County Sheriff’s Office, and Tangent Rural Fire District.

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Oregon F.B.I. Files

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EUGENE, OR—Bryan Cramer, 37, of Springfield, Oregon, was sentenced to eight years in prison following his plea of guilty to distribution of child pornography. At the sentencing hearing, U.S. District Judge Michael McShane sentenced Cramer to 96 months in prison, followed by a 21-year term of supervised release. Cramer will be subject to stringent conditions of supervision and will be required to register as a sex offender.

The Federal Bureau of Investigation determined that Cramer made child pornography available for download on a file sharing site. Following the execution of a search warrant on Cramer’s residence in 2012, it was determined that he possessed over 900 images of child pornography on his computer. He carried on his possession and distribution activities while serving as a custodian in a local school, and admitted to authorities that he sexually abused two relatives many years ago.

The nature of the offense—possessing and trading images of child sexual abuse—supported the significant sentence in this case. Possession and distribution of child pornography is a serious offense involving real children who have been subject to horrific abuse.

This case was investigated by the Federal Bureau of Investigation and was prosecuted by Assistant U.S. Attorney Amy Potter.

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Eugene Police Blotter – Dec. 20 – 22, 2014

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Eugene, OR – Eugene Police Blotter. Stories from the men and women of the Eugene Police Department. This edition covers several such stories.

 


 

Posted on: December 22, 2014

EPD on the Beat – December 2014

EPD on the Beat December

At 4:48 a.m. on Dec. 22, a 29-year-old man was leaving the Horsehead Tavern at 800 Willamette Street when he reports he was grabbed from behind by an unknown male. Another male approached him from the front and kicked and punched him. The two males got the victim on the ground, then stole his wallet and cell phone. He was taken to a local hospital with non life-threatening injuries. He described the suspect who assaulted him from the front as a black male, in his mid to late 20s, approximately 6’2” tall with a very thin build, and trimmed goatee-style beard. He was last seen wearing a red “hoodie” sweatshirt with the hood up and blue jeans. The victim couldn’t describe the second suspect, who had come from behind. Case Number 14-21914
At 4:53 a.m. on December 21, two males, who appeared to be juveniles, robbed Lee’s Donuts, 1950 Echo Hollow Road, of the tip jar. The suspects were wearing ski masks and all black clothing. They threatened the use of a weapon and left on bikes. Case Number 14-21879

At 8:10 on December 19, officers attempted to take a person who was trespassing at 99 W. Broadway/Olive into custody. Thomas Templeton, age 24, had been trespassing at two different businesses on W Broadway in Eugene. Both of the involved businesses have “No Trespassing” signs posted and Templeton had been contacted several times and advised of trespassing in the same locations. An officer attempted to arrest him and Templeton tried to walk away and it required several officers to take him into custody as he actively resisted. A crowd formed and made derogatory and taunting comments towards the officers. Templeton was arrested for two counts of Criminal Trespass in the Second Degree, Interfering with a Police Officer, Resisting Arrest, and Unlawful Manufacture of Marijuana. Case Number 14-21818

At 2:19 a.m. Saturday, December 20, officers responded to a report of a burglary in the 1700 block of Patterson, at an apartment. The victim had confronted the suspect in his apartment and the suspect fled prior to police arrival. Police were unable to locate him. But, while officers were in contact with the victim of apartment that apartment, the tenants of another apartment rushed over to advise they had just discovered their apartment had also been burglarized. The list of stolen property from that second apartment included a stolen computer. While officers were investigating and taking reports at the scene, one the victims discovered her computer was pinging from an address in the 3200 block of Corally. Officers responded to the cul-de-sac in the 3200 block of Corally and made contact at several residences. Just before officers were about to give up and were making contact at one of the last residences, a vehicle pulled out of the residence next door. Officers stopped the vehicle and located a repeat burglary offender Mark Christopher (Marc) Bryant, age 44, in the passenger seat. When officers mentioned to the driver they were searching for a stolen laptop computer, he quickly pointed towards Bryant and told officers the laptop was in his backpack. There were attempts to locate notices regarding Bryant for Theft 1 and Burglary for crimes unrelated to the burglary on Patterson Street. Bryant was arrested and officers found the stolen computer and other valuable items.

December 20, there was also multiple DUII arrests made, and DUII-related crashes mixed amongst the bevy of activity throughout the night.

On December 20, at 1:12 a.m. a 61-year-old man was crossing the street at W. 5th and Adams, when he was struck by a vehicle driven by Ian David Swain, age 28, of Eugene. The victim was transported to the hospital with serious but non life-threatening injuries. Swain was arrested for DUII and Assault in the Third Degree. Case Number 14-21834

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