EUGENE, Ore. — Nearly a dozen swastikas showed up on mailboxes near the University of Oregon Monday, now Eugene Police are looking into the hate symbols. The mailboxes are opposite the AEPi Fraternity, a national Jewish fraternity. In a statement, the Eugene Human Rights Commissioner Phil Carrascao said, “The City of Eugene Human Rights Commission strongly … Continue reading »
EUGENE, Ore. — Eugene police and Eugene-Springfield Fire stayed busy during Fourth of July celebrations Friday night, responding to numerous calls involving illegal fireworks. Officials from both police and the fire department say not only did they responded to numerous calls Friday night, but police handed out several citations for possession of illegal fireworks. Police … Continue reading »
EUGENE, Ore. — The fourth of July is just around the corner and law enforcement is upping the effort to get rid of illegal fireworks. Eugene-Springfield Fire and Eugene police hosted a turn in Saturday. Officials say dozens of people stopped by the Second Avenue and Chambers training station and dropped off illegal fireworks. They … Continue reading »
EUGENE, Ore. — In his monthly visit to the KEZI 9 studios, EPD Police Chief Pete Kerns discussed the growing threat of cybercrime, and what law enforcement is doing to fight it.
EUGENE, Ore — Police are hoping someone saw an attempted abduction in Eugene Thursday afternoon. An 18-year-old told police a man tried to grab her as she was walking to her car near 18th and Bertelsen. It happened at about 12:15 p.m. She told police she broke free when the man first tried to grab … Continue reading »
EUGENE, Ore. — Summer vacation is just around the corner for high school students but that time, falling between Memorial and Labor Day, is considered the most dangerous time for teen drivers. According to Bactrack.com, a breathalyzer company, that time period is known as the “100 Deadliest Days” for teens. Police and driving instructors at … Continue reading »
EUGENE, Ore. – EPD says in just three and half hours Monday, 47 citations were issued to drivers in the MLK Boulevard and Coburg Road area. Of the citations: 11 were failure to obey a traffic device, 11 cell phone violations, and seven for seat belt infractions. Another sting will be held in the same … Continue reading »
EUGENE, Ore. – Eugene Police will be on the lookout for traffic violators Monday. Patrols will be out near the intersection of MLK Boulevard and Coburg Road citing people not following the law. EPD is cracking down on speeding, cell phone use and even uninsured drivers. It’s part of a month’s long traffic operation.
EUGENE, Ore. — A former Eugene Police officer is under investigation by the Oregon Department of Justice, for internet crimes against children. Eugene Police say Jeffrey Wade Argo resigned on April 22. EPD wouldn’t go on camera to discuss the case. This is a developing story, we’ll have more information as it becomes available.