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Aug 17,2007
August 3 Reports: Terri Lea Selby, 49, was arrested for possession of a controlled substance when she was allegedly found in possession of a meth pipe with residue, and a digital scale with meth residue. Korin Elizabeth Covey, 18, was cited for third-degree theft and being a minor in possession. Bobby Alonzo Douglas, 53, was cited for second-degree theft. Casey Joe Cernazanu, 21, was arrested on an outstanding warrant.  His vehicle was towed for being uninsured. August 4 Reports: Anthony Dean ... [full story]
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Aug 17,2007
Two 20-year old Albany men were arrested after police found a marijuana garden hidden in a clearing at the end of a 75-foot tunnel cut through blackberry briars in an undeveloped, overgrown field in southwest Albany, Oregon.   22 marijuana plants were discovered at the end of a 75-foot tunnel cut into blackberry briars in southwest Albany. (left inset: Rick Olson. right inset: Sean Adams - LCJ & APD photos) According to a news release issued by ... [full story]
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Aug 17,2007
Two Bend motorcyclists were cited by Oregon State Police troopers Thursday morning for high-speed violations near a highway construction zone on Highway 126 near Prineville, Oregon.  One of the riders was traveling in excess of 120-mph. On August 16 about 8:05 a.m., Crook County 911 dispatchers received a complaint about two motorcycles traveling toward Prineville on Powell Butte Highway through a construction zone. An OSP trooper from the Prineville worksite was driving in a marked patrol car ... [full story]
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Aug 17,2007
A 46-year old man wearing dark clothing was killed Thursday night when he was struck by a large truck while crossing Highway 97 on foot in Terrebonne, Oregon, troopers reported. According to an Oregon State Police (OSP) news release, the accident occurred about 9:40 p.m., August 16, when a 1999 Peterbilt truck towing a trailer loaded with bees was southbound on Highway 97 near milepost 115.  The truck’s driver, identified as Kevin C. Gross, 48, of ... [full story]
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Aug 17,2007
Two Redmond boys, ages 16 and 17, were cited for reckless burning and criminal mischief Thursday in connection with a brush fire that burned nearly six acres in the Tumalo area.  Witnesses told deputies the boys tossed fireworks out of their vehicle. According to Deschutes County Sheriff’s Deputy Lt. Shane Nelson, the fire was reported to be burning just east of the Cline Falls Highway north of High Ridge Drive about 2:30 p.m.  Bend and ... [full story]
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Aug 17,2007
A 43-year old woman was cited for animal neglect, and nine horses were seized from her northwest Prineville, Oregon property during execution of a search warrant Thursday based on a tip deputies received regarding alleged “severe neglect” of the animals. Jennifer Debban was cited for nine counts of second-degree animal abuse following the raid at 3636 NW Rimrock Acres Loop about 5:40 p.m., August 16, Crook County Sheriff’s Detective Sergeant Travis Jurgens reported. “All nine horses ... [full story]
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Aug 17,2007
GLENDALE, Calif. -- Police in Glendale, Calif., confiscated $10 million worth of marijuana growing at a sophisticated outdoor pot farm that tapped directly into city water tanks.At least 5,000 plants were spread out across more than an acre above Crescenta Valley Park, The Los Angeles Times said Thursday.No arrests were made.Police said the marijuana growers used a drip irrigation system with pipes that tapped directly into city water tanks that are used by city residents ... [full story]
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Aug 17,2007
BEIJING -- All 14 coal mine workers, who were trapped when their east China mine shaft flooded, were rescued Friday, a report said.A local official in east Jiangxi Province, where the state-owned Zhayi colliery is located, said rescuers entered the shaft Friday morning and by noon had brought out all the trapped miners, China Daily reported.There were 15 miners underground when the facility flooded early Thursday morning but one managed to escape, while the rest ... [full story]
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Aug 17,2007
PISCO, Peru -- Peru’s prime minister pleaded for emergency aid in the wake of the strongest earthquake to hit the country in 35 years, the Miami Herald reported Friday.The toll climbed Thursday to 510 dead, more than 1,550 hurt and tens of thousands homeless."We need everything, even coffins,'" said Peruvian Prime Minister Jorge del Castillo, who was viewing the damage in Pisco with President Alan Garcia.Across the street from where he stood, 49 bodies were ... [full story]
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Aug 17,2007
ISLAMABAD, Pakistan -- Pakistan's Supreme Court is being cited as the major obstacle to another five-year term for U.S. ally Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf.Senior figures in Musharraf's ruling party are warning that a newfound independence by the chief justice may result in a ruling that Musharraf's nomination for president is unconstitutional, The International Herald Tribune reported Friday.Since most of the opposition party objections to Musharraf's nomination involve the constitution, the matter will likely go the ... [full story]
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