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Police logs, Dec. 8

According to an entry on the NBPD log for Dec. 6, 2:17 p.m., 3800 block Kinney Rd., “civil problem/warrant service,’ 69-year old Dennis Ray Darby arrested on CCSO warrant charging DUII, “Darby cited in lieu of custody.”. Package Theft. According to an entry on the NBPD log...
HILLSBORO, OR
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Oregon's infamous Shroom House raided, evidence seized and arrests made

PORTLAND, Ore. (KATU) — Oregon's recently-infamous psilocybin dispensary, Shroom House, faced a police raid after weeks of speculation on the store's legality and operations. The Portland Police Bureau confirmed on Thursday morning that officers had served warrants, raided the shop, seized evidence, and made arrests. According to KATU's news...
PORTLAND, OR
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Portland Police Raid Shroom House Overnight

Police raided the West Burnside psychedelic mushroom shop Shroom House early morning, seizing evidence and arresting multiple people, and putting an end to one of the city’s biggest holiday-season attractions. Shroom House has been operating since Oct. 24, violating federal and state laws governing the use of psychedelic mushrooms...
PORTLAND, OR

Head of Portland nonprofit Brown Hope sidelined amid investigation

PORTLAND, Ore. — The founder and CEO of successful Portland nonprofit Brown Hope has been placed on indefinite paid leave pending an internal investigation, KGW has confirmed. The Oregonian was first to report the news on Thursday, speaking to Brown Hope board president Gregory McKelvey. In a statement to...
PORTLAND, OR

Dec. 7 outstanding warrants

Area law enforcement officers are looking for the following people with outstanding warrants Anyone with information on these individuals may call the Yamhill County Sheriff's Office or its detectives, or the Newberg-Dundee Police Department. The Sheriff's Office Crime Information tip line is 800-577-1707. Newberg police can be reached at 503-538-8321, and Yamhill County detectives can be reached at 503-434-7508. Dec. 7 - Randy James Koenighain, 56, is wanted on a probation violation for possession of a controlled substance (PCS). - Gregory James Knapp, 57, is wanted on a probation violation for driving under the influence of intoxicants (DUII). - Dwight...
YAMHILL COUNTY, OR
Hillsboro, Oregon

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Meet some of the City of Hillsboro’s outstanding employees who serve the community 24/7/365!. Tell us more about yourself. I was born and raised in Washington County. My mom still lives in the house I grew up in. As a kid, I dreamt of going to art school in New York City. That dream came true when I attended Parsons School of Design. Ultimately, I decided that a career in art wasn’t for me, but drawing and painting are still a big part of my life. Another passion for me is swing dancing. If you haven’t tried it, you should!
HILLSBORO, OR
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Pasture is Portland’s best new sandwich shop

Editor’s note: This week and next, we’re counting down our favorite new Portland restaurants of 2022. At No. 7: Pasture, an Alberta Arts butcher shop and deli with a passion for sustainable agriculture. “Have you tried Pasture yet?” a sandwich-obsessed friend texted me in July. “I think I...
PORTLAND, OR

Faulty GPS tracking may have kept killer out of jail

Carlos Jimenez-Vargas apparently violated his release agreement two days before he shot his wife and sister-in-law. The man who shot and killed his wife and her sister in the Scholls area on Nov. 16 before killing himself should have been in jail the night the crimes occurred — as GPS tracking software showed he'd violated the terms of his jail release agreement. Washington County District Attorney Kevin Barton says a failure to properly monitor or report Carlos Jimenez-Vargas' whereabouts that week led to him not being arrested in time to prevent the double homicide. "I think that certainly him not...
WASHINGTON COUNTY, OR
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Kidnapping Suspect Arrested, Dec. 7

Tuesday morning shortly after 1:00am, Lane County Sheriff’s deputies received information from the Vancouver, Washington Police Department that a kidnapping suspect was believed to be in Lane County along with his three victims. The suspect had managed to elude police earlier in Washington State. The victims were an adult female and her two young children. Deputies located the suspect, 53-year-old Bart Allen Stephanie, driving on Jasper Rd. near Pengra Rd. about 30 minutes later. Stephanie attempted to elude deputies and eventually drove through a privately owned yard in the area of Place Rd. and Church Rd, then continued on through a fence and into a pasture. Deputies were able to use their patrol vehicles to pin Stephanie’s rented pickup and forced him to come to a stop. All three of Stephanie’s victims were found in the vehicle. The adult female had an injury to her head from Stephanie assaulting her, and the children were unharmed. Deputies transported the victims to an area hotel where they were provided temporary housing using a community assistance fund donated by the University Fellowship Church of Eugene. Stephanie was lodged at the Lane County Jail after being treated for minor injuries at an area hospital. His local charges include: Three counts of Kidnapping in the 2nd Degree, Elude by Vehicle, Reckless Driving, Reckless Endangering, Criminal Trespass in the 2nd Degree and Criminal Mischief in the 1st Degree.
LANE COUNTY, OR