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City of Klamath Falls, Crime Reports
Violent Crime:80
Murder And Nonnegligent Manslaughter:0
Forcible Rape:18
Aggravated Assault:41
Property Crime:1,002
Larceny Theft:686
Motor Vehicle Theft:91
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Total population of residents20,840
White resident population recorded17,380
Black or African American resident population recorded215
American Indian and Alaska native resident population recorded897
Asian resident population recorded340
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander resident population recorded24
Hispanic or Latino of any race resident population recorded2,468
Resident population of some other race recorded934
Resident population of two or more races recorded1,050
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WILLIAM GUNN, Age Now: 44, Missing: 06/16/1984. Missing From KLAMATH FALLS, OR. ANYONE HAVING INFORMATION SHOULD CONTACT: Klamath County Sheriff's Office (Oregon) 1-541-884-4876.
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SOLEIL ALLEN-RICHARDS, Age Now: 16, Missing: 06/12/2013. Missing From KLAMATH FALLS, OR. ANYONE HAVING INFORMATION SHOULD CONTACT: Klamath Falls Police Department (Oregon) 1-541-884-4876.
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Salem Fire Begins Recruit Firefighter Academy
The Salem Fire Department will begin a recruit firefighter academy at the department's training facility on March 24, 2014 as part of the department's recent hiring process. This is the first recruit academy held since February 2010. To maintain staffing levels and replace vacancies that have occurred over the previous year, the department conducted an extensive recruitment process for firefighter/paramedics in the winter of 2013 and hired fifteen recruits that will begin their initial training next week. The 2014 recruit class includes 12 entry-level firefighters and 3 lateral-transfer firefighters that come from other career fire departments. The class includes 8 people that currently reside in Oregon as well as 7 that are relocating from other states. All recruits are certified as paramedics and have completed extensive testing requirements that included written exams, emergency medical scenarios, physical agility tests, and comprehensive interviews. All recruits will participate in an initial two week training academy that is designed to meet State and National standards for entry-level firefighter. Following the academy, the entry-level recruits will be assigned to 24-hour training shifts for a 12 week period, working out of Fire Station 11, which is located at 1970 Orchard Heights Road NW. The lateral-entry recruits will continue their day shift academy for 2 weeks and then begin their 24-hour assignments in other fire stations in the City. During this phase of training, the recruits will participate in rigorous hands-on training that includes firefighting techniques, fireground operations, and emergency medical care. Following successful completion of Phase 2, the new firefighter/paramedics will be assigned to their stations and continue with their 12 month probationary period, while continuing to train in all aspects of the fire department operations and completing their initial on-the-job training. The 2014 academy includes the following recruit firefighter/paramedics: Entry-level Paul Amar, Klamath Falls, Oregon Nathaniel Arguien, Salem, Oregon Steve Cudeck, Salt Lake City, Utah Peter Desmarteau, Independence, Oregon Dylan Harvey, Roseburg, Oregon Dustin Labrousse, Fallon, Nevada Tyler Mendel, Castle Rock, Colorado William O'Connell, Salem, Oregon Matthew Shore, Salem, Oregon Daniel Steffen, Salem, Oregon Brent Stepman, Hamilton, Montana Joseph Weigand, Salem, Oregon Lateral-transfer Allan Kehrer, Prince William County Fire & Rescue, Herndon, Virginia Josh Massie, City of Pasadena Fire Department, Pasadena, California Ian Poulos, Hobbs Fire Department, Hobbs, New Mexico ###
Happening March 22 2014 - Source: Calendar/DispForm.aspx?ID=1600

Kick Butts Day on Wednesday pits America's activist youth against Big Tobacco
The nationwide campaign celebrates youth leadership, takes tobacco companies to task for marketing to young people and urges elected officials to do more to protect children from tobacco products. From Tualatin to Klamath Falls and Milwaukie to LA Grande, young Oregonians on Wednesday plan to exercise their health consciousness and political activism by taking part in Kick Butts Day. The nationwide campaign celebrates youth leadership, takes tobacco companies to task for marketing to young people and urges elected officials to do more to protect children from tobacco products. Kick Butts Day is organized by the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids and sponsored by the United Health Foundation. Check out this map to see where Kick Butts Day events are planned. In Oregon, 9.7 percent of those ages 12 to 17 smoke, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Nationally, more than 18 percent of high-school students smoke. A recent report from the U.S. surgeon general found that 5.6 million American children alive today will die prematurely from causes related to smoking unless urgent action is taken to reduce smoking. -- Katy Muldoon
Happening March 19 2014 - Source:

Animal rescue will airlift 500 dogs from California to Northwest
The canines are being saved from overpopulated California shelters that have relatively high euthanasia rates. An animal rescue group is gearing up for a massive airlift this weekend, flying more than 500 dogs facing euthanasia in California to rescue groups in the Northwest. The operation, the largest to date for Wings of Rescue, aims to save dogs from death row in California, where hundreds of thousands of animals are killed every year. 'When you know what's going on, it's difficult to stay passive,' said Yehuda Netanel, a private pilot and co-founder of Wings of Rescue. This is the group's fourth holiday airlift, which started in 2010 with Netanel flying dogs to Hillsboro in his own Piper Malibu Jetprop. This year, he's corralled more than 20 pilots, who will airlift dogs to 14 destinations in Oregon, Washington, Idaho and Montana. The flights were originally scheduled for Friday, but harsh weather forced Netanel to juggle schedules, with the first plane scheduled to land in Klamath Falls on Thursday. The Eugene and North Bend flights were shifted to Saturday. All of the other flights, including to Redmond and Hillsboro in Oregon, are scheduled for Friday. Last year, seven planes flew 350 dogs to Hillsboro. This year, Wings of Rescue is flying 55 dogs to Hillsboro, eight to Redmond, 35 to Eugene, 20 to Klamath Falls and a small number to North Bend. The rest of the canines --€“ more than 500 altogether -- will go to rescue groups in Seattle, Bellingham, Spokane, Pasco, Olympia, Kalispell, Billings, Helena and Boise. Netanel said Wings of Rescue in the future aims to fly dogs beyond the Northwest. 'Not only are the destinations expanding, but we're finding humane societies in smaller towns where people are clamoring for dogs,' said Netanel. 'This is a golden opportunity for those dogs to have a life rather than being euthanized here.' A mix of dogs is scheduled to be flown to rescue groups in Oregon, including Family Dogs New Life Shelter in Portland, Oregon Dog Rescue in Tualatin, SaveHaven Humane Society in Albany, Love-a-Bull in Eugene, Willamette Humane Society in Salem and S/Nipped in Coos Bay. The Hillsboro flights are scheduled to land between 3 and 4 p.m. Outside Oregon, Netanel said some locations are only taking Chihuahuas, a breed that Netanel said was on the top of the euthanasia list in California. So many unsprayed or neutered Chihuahuas are in California that people abandon them on city streets, ditch them in the countryside and dump them in the desert. Most of the dogs slated for the airlift are now at shelters in Pasadena, Lancaster and Riverside. They're picked out by the receiving rescues, which select animals by looking at their profiles online, mainly On the days of the flights, volunteers in California will fetch them from shelters and drive them to the airport, where they're loaded in their own crates onto the aircraft. About 200 people are taking part in the operation, which will cost about $100,000. Netanel said some money is coming from Wings of Rescue, a 401(c)3. But mostly the volunteer pilots are covering their own costs, including using their own aircraft. He expects all of the animals to find homes. 'Holiday season is traditionally the time when people adopt dogs,' Netanel said. 'The vast majority will be adopted very quickly.'-- Lynne Terry
Happening December 05 2013 - Source:

Oregon revokes license of McMinnville insurance agent who kept premiums for himself
Raymond Madison of Beacon Insurance Services also must repay $46,000 to businesses throughout the state and southwest Washington. State regulators revoked a McMinnville agent's license and ordered him to pay $46,000 to past business clients for creating false certificates of insurance and pocketing the premiums.Raymond Madison, doing business as Beacon Insurance Services, agreed never to apply for a license or work for an insurance agency in Oregon, according to an order signed last week by state insurance commissioner Laura Cali. An Oregon Insurance Division investigation concluded that Madison violated state laws against misappropriating insurance money, dishonest business practices, working without a license, failing to respond to the division's inquiry and failing to notify the director of his change in address.Between 2011 and February 2013, Madison took premiums from construction contractors and other businesses in West Linn, Klamath Falls, Baker City, Scappoose, Carlton, Gates, Portland and Camas, Wash., the state's order said.He usually deposited the checks in a bank account but failed to bind the insurance or forward the premium to insurers. On 29 occasions, he filed false certificates of insurance with the Oregon Construction Contractors Board, the Idaho Bureau of Occupational Licenses and private businesses, the order said. Apex Roofing & Solar of Camas, Wash., paid more than $16,000 to Beacon and Madison over three years for commercial general liability insurance from Preferred Contractors Insurance Company Risk Retention Group, the state said. However, Madison never paid the premium to PCIC. In one instance, Craig Hansen, owner of Klamath Falls restaurant Chicken N Cheers sued Madison to get him to repay a $7,000 premium for liquor liability insurance that Madison never obtained, the order said. Madison, of Lafayette, agreed with the state's findings and waived any right to a hearing, the state's order says.If Madison fails to repay the businesses, the division could fine him up to $96,000 and refer the case for criminal prosecution, the order says. 
Happening September 25 2013 - Source:

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Shooting Investigation in Klamath Falls
KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — An individual was shot on Oregon Avenue in Klamath Falls this morning and the shooter has been identified. Today, the Klamath Falls Police Department responded to the 1700 block of Oregon Avenue on the report of a shooting. Once Police were on scene they found the individual who had been shot … Continue reading »
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Lasting impacts from 'Operation Trojan Horse'
Author: Lyle Ahrens Klamath Falls, Ore. -- It has now been ten months since the largest drug raid in Oregon history took place in Klamath County and that raid is having continuing impacts. Over 300 cops took part in 'Operation Trojan Horse' last May. "It was hugely successful." Says Klamath County Sheriff Frank Skrah. "We put 40-some people in jail, took a lot of dope off the street." The ...
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Klamath County Commissioners Meet with County Fair Board
By Aaron Nilsson/KTVL.comKLAMATH FALLS, Ore. -- Klamath County commissioners and the county fair board held more budget talks. County Commissioner, Jim Bellet, said certain fees change every year and some departments have assumptions about money in the budget, which Bellet said is an ongoing issue. ...
March 06 2014 - Source:

Klamath County Sheriff's Department Cuts Still Possible
By Aaron Nilsson/KTVL.comKLAMATH FALLS, Ore. -- Klamath County commissioners are still discussing funding for the sheriff's department and deputies said there could be cuts coming to the department. Sheriff Frank Skrah and the rest of the Klamath County Sheriff's Department said they are concerned with the amount of money discussed and any possible changes to the department. ...
March 06 2014 - Source:

Coastal buys 3 Big R farm and ranch stores
KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. (AP) â Albany-based Coastal Farm and Ranch has bought three Big R stores in Oregon, those at Klamath Falls, White City and Redmond. The Klamath Falls Herald and News reports all three were owned by Rock Tyrholm. ...
March 04 2014 - Source:

Oregon parents plead not guilty in death of child
KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. (AP) - A Klamath County couple have pleaded not guilty to manslaughter in connection with the death of their 18-month-old child.   26-year-old Thomas James Hevener and 28-year-old Danielle Nicole Hevener entered the pleas Friday in Klamath County Circuit Court. ...
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