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Recent Crime News
Wednesday Feb 22 | via The News-Review
Vincent Findlay, the man accused of shooting another man near the Rose Villa Apartments Monday night is now being charged with first- and second-degree assault with a firearm, instead of an earlier charge of attempted murder, according to court documents. Deputy District Attorney Jodee Jackson said Wednesday that the state may consider "more and different charges at grand jury, but for now, those are the charges." Comment?
Thursday Feb 16 | via Eugene Weekly
It's a no-brainer for Springfield Councilor and Lane County Sheriff's deputy Joe Pishioneri that the Springfield Police Department should purchase a police-armored Suburban. Comment?
Saturday Feb 4 | via Daily Mail
Furious Trump slams 'so-called' judge's decision to controversially halt his immigration order in morning Twitter tirade and claims 'certain Middle Eastern countries AGREE with the ban' Police arrest boyfriend, 25, of Texas college student, 22, missing since October after human remains were found in a shallow grave Is Trump ALREADY sending the 'feds' into Chicago? ATF is asking agents to transfer to the city to form a 'Crime Guns Strike Force' after president announced a crackdown on violence Revealed: Secret list of Netflix codes that will help you watch your favorite TV shows and films no matter where you live California sex offender, 48, who kidnapped and murdered four women over six-month span despite being tagged with a GPS monitoring device is reduced to tears as he is sentenced to death Iran is set to 'showcase its power' with a missile test just a day after President Donald Trump ... (more) Comment?
Wednesday Feb 1 | via OregonLive.com
The "Tinder" logo is seen on a mobile phone screen on Nov. 24, 2016. A Mapleton man who met up with a woman using the app had his clothing and wallet stolen at a Springfield motel. Comment?
Jan 22, 2017 | via OregonLive.com
A man blamed for a series of disturbances at a memorial site for three kids who died when a pickup truck struck them on Main Street now is banned from returning to the site for the next four years. Travis Joseph Classen agreed to stay away from the memorial at 54th and Main streets as part of a plea deal that resolved a misdemeanor case in Springfield Municipal Court. Comment?
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