PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) -- Over the last 3 decades, the Eugene Police cold case squad has looked at numerous people suspect of being responsible for 3 murders between 1986-88. DNA was collected from all 3 scenes, connecting the murders of Geraldine Toohey, Gladys Hensley and Janice Dickinson to one individual. Multiple suspects were eliminated through DNA examination. The serial killer was never caught.
PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) -- An 80-year-old woman who was evicted from her Gresham apartment of 30 years has finally found a new home. Donna Spicer has a limited income and limited options for where she can live, but after her apartment owners gave her an extension to stay an extra month, she found a small apartment for residents 55 and older. Photos of Donna Spicer's children, who were both murdered within 9 years of each other.
PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — This Christmas season is not filled with hope for an elderly woman in Gresham who is being evicted because of an issue that’s coming up a lot in the Portland metro area. At nearly 80 years old, Donna Spicer has had a tough year and life. Resources for housing belowDonna Spicer is being evicted from her Gresham apartment for no reason after 30 years and now she has no where to go. (KOIN)Her immediate problem is packing up all the photos of her daughter and son.
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Selecting a term
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