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Jun 27,2007
A 30-year old Bend man who was involved in a head-on crash in April, 2007 that resulted in the death of a Gates man was arrested yesterday for reckless driving.  Witnesses in Tuesday’s incident told police that John Eric Young crossed the centerline and was nearly collided head-on collision with a commercial truck.  Investigation officers also learned that Young was involved in a crash earlier in the morning.   John Eric Young - MCSO photo According to ... [full story]
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Jun 26,2007
A Lincoln City man was taken to the hospital yesterday afternoon with unknown injuries following a single vehicle rollover accident on Highway 20 north of Tumalo, and his one-year-old puppy remains at large after fleeing the scene, deputies reported. Scott Wesley Garred, 51, was extricated and treated on scene by Coverdale Fire paramedics prior to being transported to St. Charles Medical Center in Bend, Deputy Aaron Harding and Sgt. Scott Beard wrote in a Deschutes ... [full story]
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Jun 22,2007
Phyllis Rich is sentenced to serve 51 months in federal prison and ordered to pay more than $13 million in restitution EUGENE, Ore. – Phyllis Marks Rich, 70, of Bend, Oregon, and the former Chief Operating Officer of Pac Equities, Inc., was sentenced this week by United States District Court Judge Michael R. Hogan to serve a 51 month term of imprisonment for conspiring to commit securities fraud and for filing a false tax return. ... [full story]
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Jun 22,2007
On Wednesday, the Bend City Council approved the City’s proposed water and sewer rate increases. Effective July 1, 2007, water rates will increase 5.5% and wastewater rates will increase 6.0% in the City of Bend. This means the monthly residential fee will increase an average of $1.38 (winter months) and $2.75 (summer months) for water and increase an average of $1.43 for sewer, bringing the monthly residential sewer charge to $25.18. The rate changes will ... [full story]
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Jun 20,2007
A 2 ½ year-old Redmond boy is expected to make a full recovery after bystanders pulled him from the Deschutes River and began life saving efforts after he’d been floating face down for up to four minutes, deputies reported. Deschutes County Sheriff’s deputies and Bend Fire and Rescue personnel responded to a report of a drowning at Tumalo State Park Campground about 5:40 p.m. on Tuesday, Sgt. Dan Swearingen said. When they arrived, they found ... [full story]
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Jun 20,2007
The City of Bend has adjusted the proposed Urban Growth Boundary (UGB) to include an additional 80 acres of vacant land.  This new parcel, in addition to the original staff-recommended 3,659 acres proposed on June 12, will bring the total to 3,739 acres. There are two purposes for doing so, the City says. One is to recommend that a proposed school site be included in the UGB. This site is also the subject of a current ... [full story]
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Jun 15,2007
The Oregon Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) has issued a $1,500 penalty to Galyn D. Roth for allowing an unlicensed contractor to perform an asbestos abatement project on a fire/water-damaged building he owns at 2146 NE Fourth St. in Bend. In a related matter, DEQ has issued a $1,800 penalty to Spectrum Building & Restoration, Inc. of Bend for performing the asbestos abatement project without an asbestos abatement contractor’s license. Following a Dec. 1, 2006 ... [full story]
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Jun 14,2007
Vehicle and pedestrian traffic in downtown Bend was closed for over four hours Wednesday evening while a bomb squad was called in to investigate a suspicious box covered in threatening written messages that was found on the sidewalk close to the Deschutes County Library. According to Bend Police Lt. Ken Stenkamp, officers responded to the sidewalk in front of the library at 601 NW Wall St. about 7:05 p.m., June 13, after a library patron ... [full story]
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Jun 14,2007
A 911 caller who reported a man with a gun – possibly a pellet gun – in a car across from a Bend elementary school prompted a brief lockdown Wednesday afternoon while police investigated.   Ensworth School, Bend-La Pine Schools photo About 2:45 p.m. June 13, Ensworth Elementary School at 2150 NE Daggett Lane was locked down for a little over 15 minutes after a citizen reported seeing the passenger in a black or dark-colored VW Jetta ... [full story]
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Jun 15,2007
Governor praises plan's emphasis on sustainability, vision A plan to guide development of a state-owned, 640-acre parcel in southeast Bend was approved by the State Land Board in their public meeting earlier this week. "I am pleased that the Stevens Road Master Plan will help us direct the development of this property to meet the residential, commercial, industrial and recreational needs of the Bend-area community," said Governor Ted Kulongoski, chair of the Land Board. "With careful ... [full story]
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Jun 13,2007
A seven-year-old boy who went missing last evening while riding a motorcycle with his family about a mile from their campground off China Hat Road about 25 miles east of Bend was found this morning shortly after 7 a.m., safe and sound.   Seven-year-old Chase Otterbach, shown above on the red Honda motorcycle he was riding when he went missing, was found "in good health" early this morning - photo provided by DCSO Chase Otterbach, 7, was ... [full story]
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Jun 13,2007
The search continues this morning for a seven-year-old boy who went missing last evening while riding a red motorcycle with his family about a mile from their campground at the Camp-II Off Highway Vehicle riding area near China Hat Road, about 25 miles east of Bend.   Chase Otterbach, 7, went missing Tuesday evening while riding his red Honda motorcycle (below) near the Camp-II Off Highway Vehicle riding area near China Hat Road, about 25 miles east of ... [full story]
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Jun 12,2007
Police have arrested the former owner of Park and Sell RV, a consignment lot operating for about one year in Redmond during 2005, for allegedly selling recreational vehicles and failing to pay at least five owners the sale proceeds, police announced Tuesday. Duncan Swift Brewer, 48, of 20894 SE Desert Woods Drive in Bend was cited to appear in court for first-degree aggravated theft and theft by deception. He was released after processing last Thursday, June ... [full story]
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