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Feb 05,2008
A 36-year old man was arrested for burglary and other related crimes after a homeowner surprised him as he was allegedly stealing food from a refrigerator and freezer in the garage of a northeast Bend home early Monday morning, police reported.   Jeremiah Michael Towery - DCJ photo Jeremiah Michael Towery, a Bend resident, was taken into custody about 4:30 a.m., February 4, Bend Police Lt. Ken Mannix said. The suspect fled on foot when the homeowner, ... [full story]
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Feb 01,2008
Sheriff’s deputies raided the home of a 58-year old Bend woman Wednesday and cited her for 19 counts of animal neglect when they found that three dozen goats, horses, chickens and peacocks had not been adequately cared for.   Donna E. O'Kula - DCJ photo According to Deschutes County Sheriff’s Lt. Gary Decker, they were notified of the situation by Equine Outreach, a local horse rescue organization, on January 25 when a citizen expressed concerns over the ... [full story]
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Jan 31,2008
BEND, Ore. - Deschutes County employees received high marks in a recent community survey completed by 400 County residents. The survey asked citizen their thoughts about the quality of life in Deschutes County, County services, customer service, public safety, communication and other subjects. Deschutes County employees were rated favorably; with four in five residents who had been in contact with the County saying their overall impression was “excellent” or “good.” Residents rated the courtesy of ... [full story]
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Jan 30,2008
Former Planning Commission Chair and Budget Committee Member Tosses his Hat in the RingBEND – Former Bend Planning Commission Chairman, Don Leonard, today announced his candidacy for a position on the Bend City Council.  Leonard intends to seek City Council Position 4, a position currently held by Jim Clinton.  Clinton has not yet announced his intentions.   Don Leonard announced his candidacy for City Council today - submitted photo As part of his campaign, Leonard plans to discuss three ... [full story]
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Jan 28,2008
Two adults and two children were sent to the hospital Sunday afternoon in a two-vehicle crash on Highway 97 at Deschutes Junction when a driver lost control of his car on the “treacherously slick” road conditions, spun around, and struck an SUV, deputies reported. All lanes of traffic were closed for more than an hour. According to Deschutes County Sheriff’s Sgt. Vance Lawrence, Madras resident Blake Wallace, 22, lost control of his 2001 Honda Accord suddenly ... [full story]
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Jan 28,2008
Three Bend residents were arrested Thursday afternoon in connection with the theft of a life-sized bronze statue of Sacagawea stolen from the Fort Clatsop National Memorial Park near Astoria after they allegedly attempted to sell it for scrap at metal dealers in the Bend and Portland areas, police announced.   (left to right) James P. Storns, John A. Kristiansen,  and Shawna D. Roberson - DCJ photos. (below) The life-sized statue of Sacagawea and her infant son.  The ... [full story]
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Jan 28,2008
A cooking oil fire sparked a blaze in a Deschutes River Woods home Saturday evening, and spread to the living room when the homeowner tried to take the flaming pan outside, fire officials reported. Bend Fire crews responded to the home of Justice Larimore at 19250 Sioux Lane in the Deschutes River Woods neighborhood about 7:20 p.m., January 26, Captain Karl Findling said.  Upon arrival, firefighters quickly extinguished a small fire in the living room, ... [full story]
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Jan 28,2008
A lengthy investigation into illegal drug trafficking targeted for Central Oregon culminated Thursday night in the arrest of a Beaverton man and a 23-year old woman, a former Bend resident.  Cocaine and marijuana were found in the woman’s vehicle and seized, drug agents reported.   Hossein Talebi (left) and Anna Katherine Hoesly (right) - DCJ photos Central Oregon Drug Enforcement (CODE) team detectives had been investigating the possible involvement of Hossein Talebi, 28, in supplying drugs to Central ... [full story]
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Jan 27,2008
A 26-year old Salem woman who became separated from her fellow snowmobile riders on Saturday afternoon then got stuck in the deep snow gave rescuers a general location of “somewhere near Wanoga Sno-Park”, but little else to go on in their attempt to bring her to safety. Deschutes County Sheriff’s Cpl. Wayne Morgan said Jaysa Nesbitt was a novice snowmobile rider who called 911 about 5:15 p.m. after she tried to turn around and go back ... [full story]
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Jan 24,2008
Three 95-gallon recycling bins set against the exterior of a northeast Bend business were quickly extinguished by firefighters when they were discovered ablaze about 2:30 Thursday morning, but fire officials say the fire was “human-caused” and have turned over the case to police for further investigation. Fire inspectors determined the fire was most likely caused by application of an open flame or other heat source to combustible materials in the plastic recycling cans, a news release ... [full story]
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Jan 25,2008
Redmond Mayor Alan Unger on Thursday announced his candidacy for Deschutes County Commissioner. The Democratic candidate will seek to serve in the position currently held by Republican Mike Daly. The campaign kicked off Thursday with a concept he believes is unique in politics: listening. The “Listening Tour” will see Mayor Unger traveling to many locations throughout the county to listen to citizens about what can be done better. Stops this week include a meeting with ... [full story]
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Jan 21,2008
Footprints in the snow leading from the scene of an attempted burglary at a northeast Bend restaurant and lounge led to the arrest of one suspect early Monday morning, but a second suspect remains at large, police reported.   Julius Jacob Ludwig - DCJ photoShortly after 12:30 a.m., January 21, Bend Police officers were called to a reported burglary at 415 NE Third Street, the location of the Rustic River Restaurant and Lounge, Officer Jason Maniscalco ... [full story]
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Jan 21,2008
Deschutes County Sheriff’s Search and Rescue (SAR) had a busy afternoon on Sunday when they responded to two calls within a brief period of time, both in the Mt. Bachelor ski area. One call involved a Bend man who was injured when his snowmobile flipped over and landed on top of him, and the second call was in connection with a group of six snowboarders who were lost in blizzard conditions. About 3:30 p.m., SAR, U.S. ... [full story]
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