Suspect Dies After Armed Standoff With Police

Posted by Jeremy Scott on April 24, 2015

Photos Courtesy: KGW News

SALEM, Ore. — A man who fired at police during a seven-hour standoff on Friday in the parking lot of the Walmart on Turner Road Southeast died after being wounded himself. The suspect has been identified as 49-year-old Mark Hawkins of Eugene.

Officers were checking on a suspicious vehicle just after 11:00 in the morning when they discovered that the suspect …

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Drug Offender Shows Up To Court With Drug Paraphernalia

Posted by Pat Boyle on December 9, 2014

SALEM, Ore. — A 23-year-old Salem man showed up for his arraignment on drug charges with drug paraphernalia in his pocket.  It was discovered when Michael Durban walked through the security screening process at the Marion County Circuit Court Annex.

He was arrested after deputies found hypodermic needles and a cotton ball they think contained heroin.  He told deputies “I got …

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FBI Subpoenas Information on Cover Oregon Failure

Posted by FM News 101 KXL on May 20, 2014
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Jim Ferretti contributed to this report. 

Salem,Ore.– The FBI wants to know what was happening at Cover Oregon as the Website was failing.

Tuesday afternoon the Governor’s officer released subpoenas from the FBI seeking information from Cover Oregon and the Oregon Health Authority. The investigation is demanding communications regarding the failed website and how federal money was spent. Dennis Richardson who is hoping to be …

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Keizer Police Search For Armed Robber

Posted by Cort Johnson on March 19, 2014


KEIZER, Or – Keizer Police say an armed man confronted an employee of a Brink’s armored truck as he was trying to service an ATM machine Tuesday.

Deputy Chief Jeffrey Kuhns says the employee entered a vacant Roth’s grocery store to access the ATM when he was confronted by a gunman.  Kuhns says the employee was able to lock himself inside …

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Cell Towers Coming Closer To Homes

Posted by Steve Leader on February 25, 2014
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The Salem city council has approved new rules allowing cell phone towers to be closer to homes. The Statesman Journal reports the setback requirements on towers placed  on properties touching residential areas have been lowered from 300 feet to 100 feet.

One of the council members who voted against the new rules, Chuck Bennett, said he’s worried it’ll be impossible to …

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