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City of Grants Pass, Crime Reports
Violent Crime:109
Murder And Nonnegligent Manslaughter:1
Forcible Rape:15
Robbery:44
Aggravated Assault:49
Property Crime:1,989
Burglary:286
Larceny Theft:1,620
Motor Vehicle Theft:83
Arson:9
City of Grants Pass, Census Data
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Total population of residents34,533
White resident population recorded31,388
Black or African American resident population recorded187
American Indian and Alaska native resident population recorded427
Asian resident population recorded368
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander resident population recorded89
Hispanic or Latino of any race resident population recorded2,940
Resident population of some other race recorded781
Resident population of two or more races recorded1,293
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Missing: CINDY KING (OR)
CINDY KING, Age Now: 52, Missing: 07/19/1977. Missing From GRANTS PASS, OR. ANYONE HAVING INFORMATION SHOULD CONTACT: Josephine County Sheriff's Office (Oregon) 1-541-474-5123.
April 08 2014 - Source: http://www.missingkids.com/missingkids/servlet/PubCaseSearchServlet?act=viewChildDetail&LanguageCountry=en_US&searchLang=en_US&caseLang=en_US&orgPrefix=NCMC&caseNum=602221&seqNum=1

Missing: KAYLA NICHOLS (OR)
KAYLA NICHOLS, Age Now: 14, Missing: 03/30/2014. Missing From GRANTS PASS, OR. ANYONE HAVING INFORMATION SHOULD CONTACT: Grants Pass Police Department (Oregon) 1-541-450-6260.
April 04 2014 - Source: http://www.missingkids.com/missingkids/servlet/PubCaseSearchServlet?act=viewChildDetail&LanguageCountry=en_US&searchLang=en_US&caseLang=en_US&orgPrefix=NCMC&caseNum=1230415&seqNum=1

Missing: SCOTT PEAT (OR)
SCOTT PEAT, Age Now: 18, Missing: 06/02/2013. Missing From GRANTS PASS, OR. ANYONE HAVING INFORMATION SHOULD CONTACT: Grants Pass Police Department (Oregon) 1-541-450-6260.
February 11 2014 - Source: http://www.missingkids.com/missingkids/servlet/PubCaseSearchServlet?act=viewChildDetail&LanguageCountry=en_US&searchLang=en_US&caseLang=en_US&orgPrefix=NCMC&caseNum=1228095&seqNum=1

Endangered Runaway: SAMANTHA HICKS (OR)
SAMANTHA HICKS, Age Now: 17, Missing: 12/17/2010. Missing From GRANTS PASS, OR. ANYONE HAVING INFORMATION SHOULD CONTACT: Grants Pass Police Department (Oregon) 1-541-474-6370.
August 02 2013 - Source: http://www.missingkids.com/missingkids/servlet/PubCaseSearchServlet?act=viewChildDetail&LanguageCountry=en_US&searchLang=en_US&caseLang=en_US&orgPrefix=NCMC&caseNum=1176247&seqNum=1

Endangered Missing: CINDY KING (OR)
CINDY KING, Age Now: 52, Missing: 07/19/1977. Missing From GRANTS PASS, OR. ANYONE HAVING INFORMATION SHOULD CONTACT: Josephine County Sheriff?s Office (Oregon) 1-541-474-5123.
August 02 2013 - Source: http://www.missingkids.com/missingkids/servlet/PubCaseSearchServlet?act=viewChildDetail&LanguageCountry=en_US&searchLang=en_US&caseLang=en_US&orgPrefix=NCMC&caseNum=602221&seqNum=1

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Without criminal charges, undocumented immigrants go free; lucky ducks get reprieve: Clackamas Coun
Does my city have the same system? A look at Washington, Clackamas and Clark County's emergency notification programs: Emergency officials are discussing whether teaming up on a regional emergency alert system is the most cost-effective and reliable way to alert the nearly 3 million residents of the Portland Metro region of potential disasters. Clackamas County corrections officials -- and jailers everywhere -- were jolted this week by a federal court ruling that said suspected undocumented immigrants must be released unless they also were being held on criminal charges.The ruling was especially shocking in Clackamas County, where federal immigration officers have been working at the jail since 2010, working to sort through immigration-status questions as quickly as possible.Reporter Molly Harbarger gives us the whole story:Clackamas County sheriff says jail already released suspected undocumented immigrantsandTwo released from Clackamas County jail since ruling that county violated woman's Fourth Amendment rightsView full sizeLt. Neil Bishop of Clackamas Fire District 1 cradles a rescued duckling before reuniting it with its mother.Clackamas Fire District 1 Meanwhile, a couple of Oregon City ducklings survived their brief ordeal in a storm drain and offically became -- what else? -- lucky ducks:Ducklings rescued after falling between the 'quacks'Following is a list of Clackamas County public safety stories from April 12 - 18:Jason Jaynes convicted of sexually abusing vulnerable young girlsJaynes was charged with numerous sex crimes that stem from a party in 2000 where he had sex with two girls -- one was 12, the other 15.Does my city have the same system? A look at Washington, Clackamas and Clark County's emergency notification programsEmergency officials are discussing whether teaming up on a regional emergency alert system is the most cost-effective and reliable way to alert the nearly 3 million residents of the Portland Metro region of potential disasters.Milwaukie motel guest allegedly shot by wife, sheriff's office saysThe guest went to the front desk and reported that he had been shot by his wife, police said. View full sizePolice say distracted driving is a leading cause of crashes.The Auto Channel Police launching Portland-area blitz against 'driving while distracted'Oregon State Police, the Clackamas County Sheriff's Office and Tualatin Police Department will be working together Monday morning and Friday afternoon on Interstates 5 and 205, keeping an eye peeled for motorists who are using cell phones, tablets or laptops. Sex-abuse trial connects mother, son linked to Gladstone murderA witness who contends she was sexually abused at age 12 testifies that suspect's mother pressured her not to testify.Immigration detainer changes spreading across Oregon; national implications possibleAt least nine Oregon counties have put a stop to holding undocumented immigrants in jail for the sole purpose of deportation, a shift that legal experts say will inevitably spread across the state and, possibly, the nation.2014 Child Abuse and Family Violence Summit set for next weekThe summit, expected to draw more than 700 people, will run from April 22 to 25 at the Red Lion Hotel on the River.Jason Jaynes' imprisoned mother allegedly put pressure on witness, also an inmate, not to testify (update)Both the witness and Jaynes' mother, Susan Ellen Campbell, are inmates at Coffee Creek Correctional Institution.View full sizeSheriff's deputies will be on hand to accept 'drive-up' deliveries of unwanted medications.Clackamas County Sheriff's Office Drug Take-Back Day set in Clackamas -- no questions askedThe event will run from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. April 26 in the Kaiser Permanente parking lot next to Mt. Talbert Medical Clinic, 10100 S.E. Sunnyside Road, Clackamas, west of Happy Valley.Women describe sexual encounters with Jason Jaynes when they were minors, one at age 12 (update)One woman said she met Jaynes when she was five and he was eight, They started engaging in sexual activities when she was in eighth grade.Dispatching in 1955? Oregon State Police show how it was done: Throwback ThursdayOregon State Police say the photograph was taken at OSP's old Milwaukie office.Clackamas County sheriff joins Multnomah, Washington counties in suspending holds at request of immigration agencyThe practice of complying with these requests to hold someone for up to 48 hours with no arrest warrant or criminal charge backfired on Clackamas County on Friday. A U.S. District Court judge ruled that the county violated a woman's Fourth Amendment right to due process by doing so.Canby police find drug paraphernalia during home search of Ward Weaver's ex-wife, sonFrancis Paul Weaver was arrested in February in the shooting death of a Grants Pass man, making him the third generation in the family to be accused of murder.View full sizeSherwood police have a fenced-in area, behind the station, where Irma, the department's current canine, can take breaks during a shift.Rebecca Woolington/The Oregonian Sherwood cop, bitten by department's former canine, sues dog vendor, Clackamas County for $1 millionSherwood Sgt. Nathan Powell filed the suit against Adlerhorst International Inc. and Clackamas County following the 2012 incident.Clackamas County violated woman's Constitutional rights by holding her in jail at immigration agency's request, federal judge rulesU.S. District Judge Janice M. Stewart ruled Friday that county officials misinterpreted a request to detain Maria Miranda-Olivares by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement as mandatory. The ruling started a ripple effect in the state, causing jails and police to reconsider whether to comply with the ICE detainer requests.Elected officials, experts to meet in Lake Oswego to discuss child abuseThe meeting will be held from 10:30 a.m. to noon April 22 in Room 3 at 380 A Ave.Clackamas County Public Safety Reports: March 29-April 13Thefts, burglaries and other bad-guy crimes.West Linn man cited for DUII after crashing into parked JeepDavid James Morton, 49, was cited and released after he was checked by firefighter-paramedics from Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue.View full sizeLynn Edward Benton Lynn Benton, former cop accused of killing wife, asks court to impose deadlines on prosecutorsThe murder investigation generated a massive amount of evidence. Benton's attorneys asked that prosecutors whittle down it down and indicate how much of it may be used at trial.Beavercreek man cited in injury crash south of Oregon City; victim in serious conditionLt. Gregg Hastings, Oregon State Police spokesman, said Gregg A. Dix, 59, of Molalla was riding his Yamaha motorcycle south on Oregon 213 near South Spangler Road around 5:35 p.m., when a Ford SUV driven by Bernard Wright, 93, cut across the highway. The motorcycle then crashed into the left side of the SUV, ejecting Dix.Firefighters warn of possible 'brown water' during Estacada fire hydrant testsThe city of Estacada has 137 hydrants within the fire district's boundaries. All functioning hydrants will be flow-tested over the course of 10 days.Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints of Boring hosts free emergency preparedness expoPick up tips on first aid, fire and firearm safety, financial planning, food storage and other topics designed to help people prepare for impending disasters.Boat slips off trailer in Lake Oswego; fails to float on pavementSgt. Tom Hamman, Lake Oswego Police Department spokesman, said a boat was being towed on Greentreee Road near Lakeridge Drive around 1 p.m., when the boat slipped off the trailer and bounced on the pavement.Motorcycle crash sends Beavercreek man to hospitalArthur Nelson Hanson, 69, was rushed by Lifeflight helicopter to OHSU Hospital. He was not listed on the hospital's patient roster Monday and his condition is not available.West Linn woman arrested for DUII after car crosses center line, hits two other vehiclesAnne Marie Meisen, 49, was lodged in the Clackamas County Jail. View full sizeBrian Anthony Jourdan Man who acted as his elderly aunt's caregiver gets 3 years in prison for stealing $113,000 from herBrian Anthony Jourdan claimed his aunt gave him permission to take money from her bank account to pay her bills. An investigation found he was spending the money to pay his personal expenses.-- Rick Bella
Happening April 19 2014 - Source: http://www.oregonlive.com/clackamascounty/index.ssf/2014/04/_clackamas_county_public_safet_1.html

Canby police find drug paraphernalia during home search of Ward Weaver's ex-wife, son
Francis Weaver was arrested in February in the shooting death of a Grants Pass man, making him the third generation in the family to be accused of murder. Canby police searched the home of Maria Shaw on Wednesday on suspicion that she and her son, Francis Weaver, were selling methamphetamine from the home.Shaw, also known as Maria Weaver and Maria Stout, is the former wife of child-killer Ward Weaver, and Francis Weaver is Ward Weaver's son.She was was not home at the time of the search. Francis Weaver was arrested and charged with murder on Feb. 18. He is still in jail, awaiting trial.Police started the investigation after multiple tips that Shaw and Weaver were selling illegal drugs from Forest Manor Apartments, 292 S. Locust St. in Canby.Officers found drug paraphernalia and records at the home when they searched it around 6 a.m., according to Canby Police.Francis Weaver was arrested in February in the shooting death of a Grants Pass man, making him the third generation in the family to be accused of murder.Police are accusing Weaver of killing Edward Kelly Spangler during a drug-related robbery at the same apartment complex where he lived. Ward Weaver's father, clubbed a stranded motorist to death in California in 1981, then raped the man's fiancee before dumping her body in a backyard grave.Ward Weaver raped and killed two Oregon City girls, Ashley Pond and Miranda Gaddis, in 2002.
Happening April 16 2014 - Source: http://www.oregonlive.com/oregon-city/index.ssf/2014/04/canby_police_find_drug_paraphe.html

Oregon House passes land use 'grand bargain' in unanimous vote
The Oregon House unanimously approved a bill that could settle an ongoing debate over the Portland region's 50-year growth plan. The Oregon House unanimously approved a bill that could settle an ongoing debate over the Portland region’s 50-year growth plan.House Bill 4078, dubbed a land use “grand bargain” would expand the Urban Growth Boundary and set urban and rural reserves in Washington County.On Feb. 20 the Oregon Court of Appeals tossed out a plan inked in 2010 by Metro and the Portland area counties setting up urban and rural reserves throughout the region, essentially telling planners to start over.That led to a crisis of certainty, said Rep. Brian Clem, D-Salem.View full size “We had two options. Retrench into our corners in discord, anger and chaos,” Clem said. “Or try to come to consensus.”On Sunday developers, conservationists, and local governments reached the consensus plan in HB 4078.“This is the Oregon way,” Clem said.The bill hit a snag Thursday as Clackamas County commissioners argued the bill would negatively impact Clackamas County efforts to expand the UGB there in future years.But Rep. John Davis, R-Wilsonville, said the bill would do the opposite, giving Clackamas County an advantage in future UGB negotiations.“With the certainty of this bill it will be Clackamas County cities that will be first in line the next time the UGB is drawn,” Davis said.Clackamas County was neutral on the bill.Rep. Ann Lininger, D-Lake Oswego, agreed that the bill would help Clackamas and Multnomah counties, where the court found lesser faults with reserve designations. The counties have more work to do in order to clear those legal hurdles and the process that led to this bill provides a path for those counties.The bill also doesn’t break the precedent of the Legislature leaving land use decisions to local governments, Lininger said.“It acknowledges the primacy of local government in making these decisions by essentially codifying a consensus that they reached,” Lininger said. “This is not an example of the state legislature coming in and making a decision for a community that disagrees.”Rep. Jason Conger, R-Bend, said he supported the bill but said it highlighted a larger problem, with courts routinely throwing out local land use decisions.“This is a recurring problem this is going on too much,” Conger said. “If there are this many appeals and this many Urban Growth Boundaries are being overturned there is a systemic problem that the Legislature should address.”Rep. Wally Hicks, R-Grants Pass, agreed with Conger that the state’s land use system had bigger problems.“It takes four and a half years and legislative action to draw a map in this state,” Hicks said. “I mean come on.”Clem said the Legislature passed a bill last session trying to fast-track UGB decisions, but the issues relating to the Metro-area court case were bigger. This was the first urban and rural reserves designation in the state, planning for growth well beyond the period UGB designations.“This reserves effort is a big deal,” Clem said. “We’ve never tried this before -- beyond that 5-6 year cycle what should it look like for 50 years.”The bill now heads to the Senate.-- Christian Gaston
Happening February 28 2014 - Source: http://www.oregonlive.com/politics/index.ssf/2014/02/oregon_house_passes_land_use_g.html

Aloha cheer team leads list of local competitors at state
There's no other way to describe it - Saturday in Portland was pretty darned cheerful. That's because the state's best cheerleading teams, including those from the Beaverton area, got together to take their best shots at the 2014 Oregon high school cheerleading state championships at Veterans Memorial Coliseum. Aloha's team stepped up to win top honors in the large... There's no other way to describe it - Saturday in Portland was pretty darned cheerful.That's because the state's best cheerleading teams, including those from the Beaverton area, got together to take their best shots at the 2014 Oregon high school cheerleading state championships at Veterans Memorial Coliseum.Aloha's team stepped up to win top honors in the large school division to highlight he success of local competitors.Here's a look back at how some of the Metro League schools performed at the event.COED:Thurston - 65.00North Medford - 61.67Cottage Grove - 59.58Beaverton - 57.83McMinnville - 56.92Gresham - 55.50Eagle Point - 52.67Willamette - 52.58McKay - 51.58Cleveland - 48.92North Salem - 46.92Wilsonville - 44.926A/5A Large:Aloha - 70.33David Douglas - 66.00Westview - 64.92Sunset - 59.50Lebanon - 59.25West Linn - 58.08Reynolds - 56.75Oregon City - 54.92Centennial - 51.50Liberty - 50.92Glencoe - 50.42Tigard - 48.836A Small:Newberg - 67.08Tualatin - 67.00Clackamas - 61.50Jesuit - 59.92Barlow - 58.42South Salem - 57.33Lake Oswego - 57.25Lakeridge - 57.17South Medford - 55.75Grant - 53.75Crater - 52.58Grants Pass - 50.83Forest Grove - 48.92Sheldon - 34.08
Happening February 17 2014 - Source: http://www.oregonlive.com/beaverton/index.ssf/2014/02/aloha_cheer_team_leads_list_of.html

Two 'persons of interest' questioned in death of man who suffered 'homicidal violence' in Canby
Canby Police Chief Bret Smith said the man, identified as Edward Kelly Spangler, 43, of Grants Pass, apparently had been shot when before he was found behind the wheel of a Hyundai SUV. But it was not yet clear whether he was killed by the gunshot wound or by crashing his vehicle into a tree in Locust City Park. Police are questioning two 'persons of interest' in the death of a man who suffered 'homicidal violence' Sunday in Canby. Canby Police Chief Bret Smith said the man, identified as Edward Kelly Spangler, 43, of Grants Pass, apparently had been shot when before he was found behind the wheel of a Hyundai SUV. But it was not yet clear whether he was killed by the gunshot wound or by crashing his vehicle into a tree in Locust City Park. An autopsy is scheduled for Monday by the Oregon State Medical Examiner. Spangler was found slumped behind the week shortly after 5 a.m., when residents of South Locust Street reported hearing the crash and possible gunshots. Arriving police and Canby Fire District firefighters found residents administering cardio pulmonary resuscitation. However, Spangler was declared dead at the scene. 'We believe homicidal violence definitely was involved,' Smith said. Detectives then knocked on doors at the nearby Forest Manor apartments, then obtained two search warrants Sunday. The subsequent searches then led to obtaining a third search warrant for a residence in Southeast Portland near 92nd Avenue and Johnson Creek Boulevard on Monday morning. Smith said the Portland Police Bureau's Special Emergency Reaction Team served the warrant and took two people in for questioning. Smith said they are to be considered 'persons of interest' – not suspects – and that no one has been arrested or charged. Smith said Spangler's SUV apparently drove through the Forest Manor apartments' parking lot, 250 S. Locust St., and crashed into parked cars before crossing the street and entering the park. -- Rick Bella   
Happening February 17 2014 - Source: http://www.oregonlive.com/clackamascounty/index.ssf/2014/02/two_persons_of_interest_questi.html

Drunk nanny, chainsaw attack and avalanche rescue under way: Breaking news roundup (links)
Also broken pipe, inmate work crew member undergoing surgery after being hit along I-5 and dad of 11-year-old accused in carjacking pleads guilty to weapons charge. It's been an eclectic day of breaking news Wednesday around the Portland metro area. Take your pick:Extremely drunk nanny who crashed car full of kids gets three years' supervisionSleds to the rescue of 2 injured skiers in the Wallowas after fatal avalancheFather of 11-year-old accused in attempted carjacking with gun enters pleaHeavy rain, melting snow could lead to landslides, debris flows in SW OregonGrants Pass father and son arrested in chainsaw, ax-handle assaultInmate work crewmember undergoing surgery after being hit by truck along I-5Crews still working to fix broken pipe, but Cornelius residents no longer need to ration water-- The Oregonian
Happening February 13 2014 - Source: http://www.oregonlive.com/portland/index.ssf/2014/02/chainsaw_attack_landslide_warn.html

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Grants Pass man arrested, charged with sex crimes
GRANTS PASS, Ore. -- A Grants Pass man was indicted on multiple sex crime charges after an investigation into allegations he sexually abused a young girl several years ago, according to Oregon State Police.  Joseph A. Calderon, 37, is accused of sexually abusing a young girl when she was between 4 and 12-years-old, according to police. ...
April 16 2014 - Source: http://www.ktvl.com/shared/news/top-stories/stories/ktvl_grants-pass-man-arrested-charged-sex-crimes-11965.shtml

Former Deputy arrested on sex abuse charges
By Ashley Carrasco / KTVL.COM GRANTS PASS, Ore - Former Lake County Sheriff's Deputy, Kenneth Turkle, is accused of having a sexual relationship with 17 year old Marriah Andrews. Friday April 13, 2014, a statewide arrest warrant was issued for the 42 year old after he and Andrews disappeared. ...
April 13 2014 - Source: http://www.ktvl.com/shared/news/top-stories/stories/ktvl_former-deputy-arrested-sex-abuse-charges-11932.shtml

County eyeing volunteer crime-scene specialists
GRANTS PASS, Ore. -- The Josephine County Sheriff's Office is understaffed and desperate for help, so they're turning to local volunteers to help process crime scenes. The Daily Courier of Grants Pass reports the program is still under consideration. The sheriff's office is reeling from layoffs after cuts to the county public safety budget. Federal timber payments dwindled in Southern Oregon and ...
April 08 2014 - Source: http://www.kgw.com/news/local/Ore-county-eyeing-volunteer-crime-scene-specialists-254401881.html

Josephine County considers volunteer crime-scene specialists
GRANTS PASS The Josephine County Sheriff's Office is understaffed and desperate for help, so they're mulling whether to turn to local volunteers to help process crime scenes.
April 08 2014 - Source: http://www.statesmanjournal.com/article/20140408/UPDATE/304080058/1001

Oregon sheriff's office reeling from layoffs considers turning crime scenes over to locals
GRANTS PASS, Ore. — The Josephine County Sheriff's Office is understaffed and desperate for help, so they're mulling whether to turn to local volunteers to help process crime scenes.
April 08 2014 - Source: http://www.startribune.com/politics/254386231.html

County considers volunteer crime-scene specialists
GRANTS PASS, Ore. (AP) — The Josephine County Sheriff's Office in Oregon is understaffed and desperate for help, so authorities are mulling whether to turn to local volunteers to help process crime scenes.
April 08 2014 - Source: http://news.yahoo.com/county-considers-volunteer-crime-scene-specialists-163403137.html

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