ASTORIA, Ore. -- Detectives in Astoria fear they could have an arsonist on their hands after five fires in 11 days. “It’s a big deal,” said Police Chief Geoff Spalding. “We’re rolling out all the stops.”Authorities say the first fire was back on Jan. 6. Ben Crockett and his wife woke up to a fire burning on their front porch. “It was very clear it was intentional because there was a rolled-up T-shirt here that was the source of the fire,” said Crockett.
PORTLAND, Ore. -- TriMet is investigating and reviewing video after a dad claimed his daughter was poked by a needle on a MAX train. “It makes me sick to my stomach,” said Brian Higby. Higby, his wife, and 2-year-old daughter were between Clackamas Town Center and Gateway Transit Center when the little girl screamed out in pain. “Turns around and there was a syringe sticking out of her pinky,” said Higby.
WILSONVILLE, Ore. -- A man killed by a suspected drunk driver was delivering supplies to the homeless at the time of the crash, his family said. “He would go out of his way to help anyone in need,” said Tony Kelleher. Kelleher’s dad, Christopher, pulled his van over at the Canby-Hubbard exit of I-5 Friday night. Authorities said as he walked along the shoulder, he was hit and killed by suspected drunk driver Kenneth Pepperling. “It goes in waves for me personally,” said Tony.
Just read some court documents .. Crothers allegedly forced his wife's hands into hot oil because some chicken wasn't seasoned .. and when she pulled her hands out Crothers said stop "playing the victim"
#BreakingNews: Clely Flores-Ramirez, of McMinnville, is facing manslaughter & criminal mistreatment charges after the death of her 7-wk-old baby. The child died back in November after sustaining suspicious injuries. https://t.co/BVWi3Y4Am7
This is beyond disturbing - Jeremiah Crothers, of Clatskanie, is facing att. murder & strangulation charges. Deputies say Crothers’ wife showed signs of having her hands forced into hot frying oil and his son showed signs of having been strangled. https://t.co/xamLG1b4Jw
#update on last Friday’s Officer-involved shooting in Sherwood: Deputy Earl Brown & Corporal Cade Edwards identified as the officers who discharged their weapons, just before that we’re told suspect Remi Sabbe pointed his loaded rifle at officers
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