Now We Know Who You Are

Posted by Steve Leader on October 30, 2014
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On the day that the Portland Police Bureau launched a new web page with surveillance images of unknown persons who might be connected to crimes, detectives received a tip within the first hour.

They learned that one of the unidentified surveillance images is that of Denise Marie Keller, pictured above.  The 49-year old has an outstanding warrant out of Clark County, …

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Reward in Waxenfelter Murder Case Now Up to $25,000

Posted by Brett Reckamp on October 28, 2014
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The Clackamas County Commissioners have increased the reward offered for information leading to the arrest of DIRCK MORGAN WHITE, 42, the prime suspect in the murder of Assistant Clackamas County Weighmaster Grady Waxenfelter, who was shot and killed on Feb. 6 while on duty.

The reward, which was $16,000, has been increased to $25,000.

On February 6, 2014, Clackamas County Weighmaster Grady …

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Bomb Threat Locks Down Vancouver’s Heritage High School

Posted by Brett Reckamp on October 14, 2014
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A receptionist at Heritage High School fielded a bomb threat around 1:30 Tuesday afternoon.  The school immediately went into lock-down.  The Clark County Sheriff says while they considered the credibility of the threat low, they wanted to follow protocol.

Parents were able to pick up their children around 4:00 pm after the school was cleared.


Cylvia Hayes Admits to Buying Land for Pot Grow

Posted by Brett Reckamp on October 13, 2014
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In the latest blow for the fiance of Oregon Governor John Kitzhaber, it has now been revealed that Hayes was part of a joint effort to buy some land in Washington State to be used as an illegal pot grow.  KOIN TV broke the news Monday night.  Last week, she admitted to accepting $5,000 to marry a teenager from Ethiopia …

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Seattle City Council Votes to Change Columbus Day to Indigenous People’s Day

Posted by Brett Reckamp on October 6, 2014
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Monday’s vote to replace Columbus Day with Indigenous People’s Day in the city was unanimous.  The vote was set to take place last month, but they pushed it off to gain more attention.

Tribal members and other supporters say the move recognizes the rich history of people who have inhabited this country for centuries.  They say Christopher Columbus represents genocide.  Seattle …

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