The Keizer Police Department is asking for the public’s help in locating an individual wanted for a string of crimes that recently occurred in Keizer. So far efforts to locate and arrest this man have not been successful.
The McMinnville Police told Salem News Journal that they and fire personnel were called to a apartment that is attached to a residence at 1125 NE Irvine st. on a report female infant was not breathing. Officials said that the infant sustained abusive head trauma that led to her death.
The Oregon Department of Corrections says a minimum-custody inmate walked away Monday, at 6:50 a.m. from Coffee Creek Correctional Facility in Wilsonville. Inmate Lorrie Marie Hocker, 42, is a white female, 5 ft. 3 in. weighing 145 lbs, said officials.
An alert Salem Police officer spotted a stolen car in a McDonald's drive through, Hawthorne Av and Market St early Thursday morning and directed other officers into position while the unsuspecting suspect waited in line. When the last car in front of this guy cleared it was his turn.
FOUND: The missing boy has been found at a freinds home a few blocks from his home. After seeing some social media post the freinds parents called family and police. The boy is now safe at home. During the search for this boy his picture was shared on facebook thousands of times.
A house fire which started in a converted garage, and spread to the main home sent one woman to a local hospital with life-threatening injuries. The first arriving unit reported fire and smoke from the garage and one apparent victim down in the yard.
The Marion County Sheriff's Office says that it is adding extra DUII patrols to our roadways over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend. During the Thanksgiving holiday weekend in 2015 there were 301 passenger vehicle occupants killed in traffic crashes across the nation.
We have just learned that 47 year old Salem resident, Rudolph Murie, was arrested Monday morning following an incident that began around 11 A.M. when a resident called Salem Police to report a suspicious vehicle, and ended in an altercation with Salem Police.
Oregon State Police say that on November 14, at approximately 9:30 PM, the Northern Command Center was notified of a large metal object that had fallen off of a pick-up truck. The pick-up was pulling a flat bed trailer and the object fell off of the trailer.
Salem Police said yesterday that detectives, with the assistance of the Tillamook County Sheriff's Office and Oregon State Police SWAT, arrested a subject on multiple outstanding warrants on the evening of November 13, and then later charged him in the murder
Following a disturbance at a local restaurant early Sunday morning a woman was hit and killed on I-5 in Salem. Family and friends gathered near where she died Tuesdday evening to remember her life.
UPDATE: Victim ID. and autopsy results. Salem Police Department says that detectives are investigating a death in northeast Salem. Officers responded to an alley west of the 1800 block of Liberty St NE shortly after 7:00 am Friday morning on a report of an unconscious subject in a vehicle.
The City of Salem announced that an overflow of raw sewage occurred today at approximately 11:00 AM. City officials said any bacteria that entered the site should be flushed out of the water body in the next few days. They did not say where it will flush to.
Late Thursday morning, a Yamhill County Sheriff Deputy attempted to stop a white 1996 Nissan Altima for a traffic violation on N.E. Alpine Avenue in McMinnville. The driver fled and attempted to elude the deputy, and a pursuit started eventually reaching speeds in excess of 70 mph.
The Marion county Sheriff's Office says that the SWAT Team executed a search warrant in the 100 block of Oak Street in Gates Tuesday morning. Deputies seized 4 firearms, over 40 grams of methamphetamine and over $4000 in cash.
On this night, maybe more than any other night, we must remind our selves of road safety. With all of our little ghoul’s & goblins taking to the streets tonight I was struck by how many people refuse to obey crosswalk laws.
UPDATE: The Salem Police located a burglary suspect after a tip from someone that saw his picture on social media. Chief Kuhns says that “the Keizer Police Department recognizes and appreciates the alert individuals who identified Noah VanDeventer at Walmart."
UPDATE: The Woodburn Police say they are still seeking the public's help in locating Pedro "Pete" Munoz Morales, 58. Surveillance footage from the Market Street Fred Meyer in Salem shows Mr. Morales at the store on Oct. 13 at approximately 7 p.m.
The Keizer Police Department is investigating a series of at least three residential burglaries and other crimes that occurred on October 22, 2017 that they believe may have been committed by the same suspect. Here is a surveillance photograph.