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Nov 05,2007
A 55-year old White Salmon, Washington man described by deputies as an experienced rock climber who was outfitted with appropriate gear died Sunday morning when he list his footing and fell 100-feet to his death from a steep trail at Smith Rock State Park. Jim Anglin was pronounced dead at the scene, Deschutes County Sheriff’s deputy Lt. Shane Nelson said. Anglin and two friends were descending into the gorge at the southeast end of the park when ... [full story]
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Nov 05,2007
A suspect in the shooting of a store clerk at a Redmond gas station and convenience mart was quickly apprehended without incident on Saturday afternoon, and has been charged with attempted murder, assault, and unlawful use of a weapon, police reported.   Brian Jack Leu - DCJ photo Redmond Police Captain Brian McNaughton said officers responded to a report of a shooting at the Texaco Food Mart at 539 NW 6th Street shortly after 4 p.m., November ... [full story]
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Oct 31,2007
A 38-year old Prineville man escaped injury in an early Monday morning crash when he swerved to avoid a deer, lost control of his SUV, hit a large rock, and flipped the vehicle on its side, deputies reported. In response to a report of a single vehicle rollover, Crook County Sheriff’s deputies were called to the intersection of Alfalfa Road and Shumway Road about 5:45 a.m. on October 30, Sgt. Jim Chapman said. The driver ... [full story]
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Oct 31,2007
Redmond police announced yesterday the arrest of three persons - an adult and two 17-year-old boys - in connection with several burglaries that took place in late 2006 at a local cinema and a bank, and an auto theft and home break-in in the Tumalo area on Monday.  The suspects have been linked to other cases, police said, and additional charges may be possible.   Austin Tyrell Gibson - DCJ photoRedmond Cinemas was burglarized on October ... [full story]
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Oct 31,2007
Redmond Police announced yesterday that two arrests were made in connection with graffiti at the Redmond High School, Hugh Hartman Campus, and most recently the Albertson’s supermarket. Ivan Jesus Gomez, 19, and a 15-year-old boy were issued citations and released from custody, Captain Brian McNaughton reported.  “Patrol Officers from Redmond PD identified a suspect in the Albertson’s case and their investigation revealed that the suspect was also involved in the high school vandalism,” said the captain. ... [full story]
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Oct 29,2007
Two La Pine drivers were taken to the hospital with unknown injuries following a head-on collision between a pickup and a minivan Saturday night, deputies reported. Shortly after 9:30 p.m. October 27, Deschutes County Sheriff’s deputies responded to the report of a two-vehicle crash on Burgess Road at the intersection of Huntington Road in La Pine, Sgt. Dan Deluca and Deputy Flory wrote in a news release. Preliminary investigation determined that Geraldine Pearl Cox, 61, was stopped ... [full story]
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Oct 29,2007
One person was critically injured and four others, including three children, received minor injuries in a two vehicle crash at the intersection of Highway 97 and Gift Road Friday afternoon, Oregon State Police (OSP) reported.   Photographs (above & below) of Friday's accident on Highway 97 that sent four people - including three children - to the hospital were provided by OSP.   Shortly after 5:30 p.m. on October 26, a Saturn four-door passenger car driven by Ashley Thomas, 21, ... [full story]
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Oct 29,2007
For the second time in two days, threatening notes found in a girls’ bathroom referring to either bombs or shootings prompted a lockdown at Redmond High School, authorities reported. According to Redmond School District’s communications officer Stephanie Curtis, a bomb threat was found on Thursday, Oct. 25.  Police were notified, the building was evacuated and students were sent home about 1:30 p.m.  The incident was deemed “non-credible”, Curtis said. On Friday during the noon hour, ... [full story]
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Oct 25,2007
The same two Prineville teenagers arrested and accused of burglarizing a Bi-Mart store in mid-July, then again a week later in connection with graffiti “tagging” of numerous businesses using paint they alleged stole from an equipment shed of a local little league field, have been arrested yet again – this time in connection with the theft of $5,000 in merchandise from Joe’s Eastside Market, police reported.   Robert James Atkinson (left); Roy Miller (right) - CCJ ... [full story]
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Oct 24,2007
Deputies believe that failing attempts to save their home following the receipt of a mortgage foreclosure notice may have led to the suicide of an elderly Prineville couple, discovered dead yesterday afternoon from suspected carbon monoxide poisoning. Crook County Sheriff’s deputies responded to 4800 NE Mill Creek Road about 1 p.m. in response to a welfare check request made by neighbors when the couple failed to answer the door and several of their dogs hadn’t been ... [full story]
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Oct 23,2007
Buildings and portable buildings at the Redmond High School main campus and Hugh Hartman buildings were extensively vandalized with graffiti over the weekend, school officials announced. The cost of the damage is estimated to be about $2,000. Police reports were filed and the incident remains under investigation.  School officials are offering a $500 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the individual or individuals responsible.  Anyone with information is asked to contact ... [full story]
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Oct 22,2007
Police officers arrested a man accused of repeatedly stabbing his older brother in the face during a fight early Saturday morning after responding to a southwest Redmond residence following a series of 911 hang-up calls.   Andres Espinoza - DCJ photo According to a news release issued by the Redmond Police Department, when officers arrived at the 2000 block of SW 30th Street about 12:30 a.m. they found Andres Espinoza, 20, in front of the home, bleeding ... [full story]
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Oct 22,2007
A fugitive who escaped from state prison was apprehended in Redmond, Oregon on Saturday afternoon after a storeowner called 911 to report a    John Jay Johnson - DCJ photo man was inside his business claiming to be hiding from law enforcement, police reported. Redmond Police officers were dispatched to the 1700 block of SW Odem Medo about 5:35 p.m. and discovered John Jay Johnson, a 55-year old transient and escapee from the Powder River Correctional Facility, Captain ... [full story]
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