Residents Want More Police Presence

CRESWELL, Ore. – Resident were on edge Tuesday after a shooting late Monday night. The city doesn’t have a police department and now, there are two possibly armed men on the loose. The city of Creswell contracts with the Lane County Sheriff’s Office for law enforcement services and has two full time deputies patrolling the … Continue reading »

Bridgeway House Burglarized

EUGENE, Ore. — A school for autistic children in South Eugene was looking for answers after falling victim to a series of break-ins and burglaries Friday. Staff at the Bridgeway House, located on the 3500 block of Donald Street, was left cleaning up the pieces after they were broken into last night but it wasn’t the first … Continue reading »

Corvallis Levy Controversy

CORVALLIS, Ore. — The Corvallis City Council voted Monday night to add more services to this year’s levy for November’s ballot, including a controversial option to add more police officers to the community with Oregon State University’s help. The tax levy would be a renewal of what voters passed in 2011 to keep Osborn Aquatic … Continue reading »

Citizen Police Academy Students Graduate

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — Summer is nearly here and that means schools are getting ready to say goodbye to their students. KEZI 9 News reporter Nha Nguyen was one of those in the classroom for the last 11 weeks with the Springfield Police Citizen Academy. Wednesday night was the big graduation. Each of the 34 students … Continue reading »

Police Arrest Online Sexual Predator

CORVALLIS, Ore. — A suspected online sexual predator is offline thanks to a successful undercover operation. Corvallis police arrested 65 year old James Maulding, of Silverton, on Friday. The investigation began in the beginning of May. Police say Maulding engaged in several sexually explicit conversations online with someone he thought was an underaged girl. Little … Continue reading »

UO Police Set to Hire Officers

EUGENE, Ore. — The University of Oregon says it’s ready for the next step in campus safety: hiring police officers. The university says it’s looking for experienced officers or newcomers as long as they fit UOPD’s mission. One difference between campus officers and those across the state: UOPD officers aren’t allowed to carry guns. The … Continue reading »

Oregon Hosts Drug Take-Back April 27

If you have any expired medications or ones you don’t intend to use, there’s a safe way to get rid of them this weekend. Oregon is taking part in the National Drug Take-Back Day. The Oregon Department of Environmental Quality says 43 places around the state will serve as drop-off locations for unwanted medications on … Continue reading »

Hotel Scam Alert

EUGENE, Ore. — As spring break wraps up Eugene police have a warning for travelers returning home, check your credit card statements. A scam targeting hotel guests is sweeping the nation and has made its way to Eugene. It’s the only known incident. It starts with a call and ends in a traveler getting tricked … Continue reading »

Cop Impersonator on the Loose

EUGENE, Ore. — Eugene police say a man posing as an officer is trying to get into local homes. The person who reported the incident describes the suspect as a white male, 6’3” tall, 200 lbs, clean shaven, light brown or blonde hair and has a black gun in a brown holster. Officers said the … Continue reading »

Seniors on Patrol Protect Local Homes

EUGENE, Ore. — While spring break has patrol units paying extra attention to areas near campus, Seniors on Patrol work year round to make sure neighborhoods stay safe with their vacation check program. “It’s just a great way to partner with our senior community and really get some extra eyes and ears in the community … Continue reading »

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