Heroin Bust in Tigard

Posted by Pat Boyle on July 24, 2014
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Rosemary Reynolds contributed to this story

TIGARD, Oregon — Two people have been arrested and fourteen others detained after a big heroin bust at a home on Southwest Gentlewoods Drive.

The Washington County Sheriff’s office and Drug Enforcement Agency responded after getting complaints from neighbors.  Those arrested and detained range in age from the teens to 83.

One man who moved into the …

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Tigard Mom Found Guilty In The Death Of Her Son

Posted by Pat Boyle on April 3, 2014
Jessica Dutro-Boggess

Tigard, Oregon – A 25 year old Tigard mom has been found guilty in the death of her 4 year old son she thought he was gay. Jessica Dutro-Boggess was convicted on Wednesday on charges of murder, murder by abuse and assault.

The family was staying at the Good Neighbor Center in Tigard in 2012 when a worker saw  Zachary Dutro-Boggess  …

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Tigard Police Looking for Sex Abuse Suspect

Posted by Pat Boyle on March 7, 2014

Tigard, Oregon – Tigard police want your help finding 47 year old David L. Pasiemiak. He was  recently indicted and charged with fifteen counts of sex abuse with bail set at  $3.75 million dollars.

Police say the abuse happened over a two year period starting in 2009. They say Pasiemiak knew the victim who was 9 years old when the alleged …

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Ex-Mailman Must Pay

Posted by Steve Leader on December 12, 2013
Courtesy: TheGuardian.com

A 54-year old Tigard man, Bruce Douglas Menzies, was sentenced in federal court Wednesday for mail theft.

He pled guilty in a case that began when a grandmother noticed that money she mailed to children did not arrive. Menzies admitted he stole the money from cards and letters and spent it on alcohol.

He’ll have to spend 3 years on probation and …

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Oregonians Lend a Helping Hand in Philippines

Posted by FM News 101 KXL on November 11, 2013

By Steve Herman, FM News 101 KXL @HermanatorInPDX.

The Philippines has been devastated by one of the worst Typhoons on record. 4.3 million people are effected by the storm. 800,000 have been forced to flee their homes. In Tacloban, the provincial capital of Leyte Island, officials fear at least 10,000 people are dead. Those numbers are expected to rise as rescue …

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