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Two Douglas County residents charged with wildlife violations. (Photo) - 12/18/18

On December 6, 2018, an Oregon State Police Fish and Wildlife Trooper from the Roseburg Area Command responded to the report of a poaching and trespassing incident that occurred on December 5, 2018, in the Drain area. 

Investigation revaled that a large black tail buck deer was shot within feet of a residence in Drain.  The event was captured on the home security system.    With assistance from the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office, subjects of interest was identified. 

On December 14, 2018, Troopers and Sheriff’s Deputies contacted the subjects of interest at their residence. The antlers and head for a 4X3 black tail deer were recovered  The meat that was recovered from a butcher shop will be donated to a charity. 

Trent M. Tinnes (25) of Drain was lodged at the Douglas County Jail for:

  • Unlawful Take of Buck Deer: Prohibited Method ( rifle during archery season)
  • Unlawful Take of Buck Deer: Prohibited Weapon ( .17 Caliber Rifle)
  • Unlawful Take of Buck Deer: Prohibited Hours
  • Hunting While in Violation of Criminal Trespass
  • Criminal Trespass with a Firearm
  • Recklessly Endangering Another Person x 2

Travis D. Tinnes (21) of Drain was criminally cited and released for:

  • Aiding/ Counseling in a Wildlife Offense
  • Driving While Suspended Misdemeanor

** Report Wildlife and Habitat Law Violators** 

The TIP program offers preference point rewards for information leading to an arrest or issuance of a citation for the unlawful take/possession or waste of big game mammals.

Preference Point Rewards:

* 5 Points-Bighorn Sheep

* 5 Points-Rocky Mountain Goat

* 5 Points-Moose

* 5 Points-Wolf

* 4 Points-Elk

* 4 Points-Deer

* 4 Points-Antelope

* 4 Points-Bear

* 4 Points-Cougar

Or the TIP program also offers cash rewards for information leading to an arrest or issuance of a citation for the unlawful take/possession or waste of Bighorn Sheep, Rocky Mountain Goat, Moose, Elk, Deer, Antelope, Bear, Cougar, Wolf, Upland Birds, Waterfowl, and Furbearers. Cash rewards can also be awarded for the unlawful take of Game Fish and Shellfish and for Habitat Destruction.

CASH REWARDS:
* $1,000 Bighorn Sheep, Rocky Mountain Goat and Moose 
* $500 Elk, Deer and Antelope 
* $300 Bear, Cougar and Wolf 
* $300 Habitat Destruction 
* $100 Upland Birds and Waterfowl 
* $100 Furbearers 

* $100 Game Fish and Shellfish 

How to Report a Wildlife and/or Habitat Law Violation or Suspicious Activity: 

TIP Hotline: 1-800-452-7888 or *OSP(677)

TIP E-Mail: TIP@state.or.us (Monitored M-F 8:00AM - 5:00PM)

 

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Motel owners arrested for Arson in Creswell - Lane County (Photo) - 12/17/18

On Thursday, November 22, 2018 (Thanksgiving Day) at 9:23 P.M, South Lane Fire Department, Goshen-Pleasant Hill Fire Department, Dexter Fire Department, and Eugene-Springfield Fire Department responded to the Super 8 Motel located at 345 Oregon Avenue, in Creswell for a fire. 

Upon arrival the fire was discovered and extinguished. 

On Saturday, November 24, 2018, at 1:42 AM a fire was reported at the same location. The fire departments again responded and extinguished the fire. 

Due to the suspicious nature of the fires, the Oregon State Police Arson Unit was requested to assist in the investigation.  Arson  Detectives responded and led a joint origin and cause Investigation with the South Lane Fire Department and Lane County Sheriff’s Office. 

The fire was determined to be incendiary and intentionally set.  Following an investigation, detectives learned the owners of the Super 8 Motel franchise, Inder Singh and Satinder Singh, intentionally planned and caused the fire. 

On Thanksgiving there were 6 rooms rented and a minimum of 7 people in the motel at the time of the fire. 

On Sunday, December 16, 2018, Inder and Satinder Singh were arrested and lodged at the Lane County Jail on arson charges. 

The investigation is still on going.      

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UPDATE - Single vehicle fatal crash on Hwy 140 - Jackson County (Photo) - 12/16/18

The operator has been identified as Vallerie Miller (66) from California

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On Thursday, December 13, 2018, at approximately 5:00PM, a Jeep SUV was traveling eastbound on Highway 140 near milepost 30 in Jackson County when the vehicle left the roadway, traveled down an embankment, and collided with a tree.

The female driver, and sole occupant of the vehicle, was pronounced deceased at the scene.

Winter weather conditions in the area contributed to the collision.  

Oregon State Police was assisted by ODOT, Lake Creek Rural Fire, and the Jackson County Sheriff's Office.

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Passenger dies in high speed crash near Junction City - Lane County (Photo) - 12/16/18

On Saturday, December 15, 2018 at approximately 10:07 PM, Oregon State Police Troopers and emergency personnel responded to a report of a motor vehicle crash on Hwy 99W near milepost 114.

Preliminary investigation revealed that a 2000 Honda Accord operated by, Saucedo Salvador-Mendez (21) of Cheshire was traveling southbound at a high rate of speed and collided with the back of a southbound 2011 Ford F350 PU operated by, Peter Haag (20) of Junction City.  

The front seat passenger in the Honda Accord, Francisco Jose Perez-Velasco (33) of Corvallis, was not wearing a seat belt and sustained fatal injuries and was pronounced deceased at the scene.

The rear passenger in the Honda Accord, Chase Pomaikai Kealoha (21) of Junction City, was wearing a seat belt and sustained minor injuries - not transported to the hospital.

Salvador-Mendez was transported to Sacred Heart Medical Center at RiverBend and treated for injuries. 

Haag sustained minor injuries and was not transported to the hospital.

Alcohol impairment and speed by Salvador-Mendez are being investigated as probable factors.

Hwy 99W southbound lanes were closed for approximately four hours.  ODOT created a detour in center turn lane to accommodate southbound traffic.  

OSP was assisted by Junction City Police, Lane County Fire Department, and ODOT.

 

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UPDATE --- Photos from December 14 weather related closure of Interstate 84 in Eastern Oregon (Photo) - 12/15/18

December 14, 2018 

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On Friday, December 14, 2018 Interstate 84, from milepost 304 in Baker County to milepost 216 in Umatilla County, was closed for for several hours due to high winds. 

Pendleton Area Command Troopers responded to the scene of this commercial motor vehicle rollover crash on Interstate 84 westbound near milepost 223.

Strong winds blew the tractor/trailer over.

No injuries reported.

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Two vehicle head on crash on Hwy 20 - Linn County (Photo) - 12/14/18

On Thursday, December 13, 2018 at approximately 5:48 PM Oregon State Police Troopers and emergency personnel responded to the report of a two vehicle, head on collision, on Hwy 20 near milepost 4.

Preliminary investigation revealed a  Chevrolet Cobalt, operated by Jane Dunn (64) of Albany, was westbound on Hwy 20 when it crossed the center line and struck an eastbound Chevrolet Tahoe, operated by Kelly Blodgett (40) of Corvallis.  

Dunn was pronounced deceased at the hospital. 

Blodgett was transported to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries.  An adult passenger and 4 juvenile children in the Tahoe were not injured.

Hwy 20 was partially closed for approximately three hours. 

OSP was assisted by the Albany Fire Department and ODOT.   

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Pedestrian hit crossing Interstate 5 in Central Point - Jackson County (Photo) - 12/13/18

On Thursday, December 13, 2018 at approximately 6:15 A.M. Richard Drew Wilson (26) of Eagle Point attempted to cross the northbound lanes of I-5 near the Exit 33 interchange in Central Point.  Visibility in the area was limited by darkness and dense fog. 

Wilson was struck by a northbound Nissan Xterra driven by Jeri Renee Wiggins (52) of Medford. 

Wilson was pronounced deceased at the scene. 

Oregon State Police was assisted by ODOT, Jackson County Fire District 3, and the Jackson County Sheriff's Office. 

I-5 northbound was reduced to a single lane of travel for approximately three hours.

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Lane County man convicted of illegally taken trophy mule deer buck (Photo) - 12/13/18

In 2015,  Kevin Howard Noel reported taking an 8-pt mule deer buck in the Steens Mountain Unit during archery season with a valid archery deer tag.  He subsequently presented the buck at a Northwest sportsman show for measurement, resulting in placing 1st that year for Non-Typical Archery Mule Deer, and 8th all-time in the state of Oregon.

In May 2018, while Noel was being investigated for other crimes, the Oregon State Police received credible information that Noel had actually killed the record buck with a rifle, instead of a bow, as required by his tag.  Fish & Wildlife troopers with the Springfield Command of the Oregon State Police initiated an investigation, resulting in seizure of the mount and arrest of Noel in Lane County for Unlawful Possession of Mule Deer Buck Parts.

On November 28, 2018 a Lane County jury found Noel guilty of that offense.  On December 5, 2018, Lane County Circuit Court Judge Debra Velure sentenced Noel to three years bench probation, 15 days jail, a 3-year suspension of his hunting privileges in the state, forfeiture of the trophy mount to the Oregon State Police, a $6250.00 fine, and a condition that he not participate in any hunting excursions for the next three years.   

 

** Report Wildlife and Habitat Law Violators** 

The TIP program offers preference point rewards for information leading to an arrest or issuance of a citation for the unlawful take/possession or waste of big game mammals.

 

Preference Point Rewards:

* 5 Points-Bighorn Sheep

* 5 Points-Rocky Mountain Goat

* 5 Points-Moose

* 5 Points-Wolf

* 4 Points-Elk

* 4 Points-Deer

* 4 Points-Antelope

* 4 Points-Bear

* 4 Points-Cougar

 

Or the Oregon Hunters Association TIP reward fund also offers cash rewards for information leading to an arrest or issuance of a citation for the unlawful take/possession or waste of Bighorn Sheep, Rocky Mountain Goat, Moose, Elk, Deer, Antelope, Bear, Cougar, Wolf, Upland Birds, Waterfowl, and Furbearers. Cash rewards can also be awarded for the unlawful take of Game Fish and Shellfish and for Habitat Destruction.

 

CASH REWARDS:
* $1,000 Bighorn Sheep, Rocky Mountain Goat and Moose 
* $500 Elk, Deer and Antelope 
* $300 Bear, Cougar and Wolf 
* $300 Habitat Destruction 
* $100 Upland Birds and Waterfowl 
* $100 Furbearers 

* $100 Game Fish and Shellfish 

How to Report a Wildlife and/or Habitat Law Violation or Suspicious Activity: 

TIP Hotline: 1-800-452-7888 or *OSP(677)

TIP E-Mail: TIP@state.or.us (Monitored M-F 8:00AM - 5:00PM)

 

 

 

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Jacksonville woman dies in three vehicle crash near Jacksonville - Jackson County (Photo) - 12/12/18

On Tuesday, December 11, 2018 at approximately 5:56 PM Oregon State Police and emergency personnel responded to a multi vehicle crash on Hwy 238 near milepost 38 in Jackson County.

Preliminary investigation reveals that Charles Redlingshafer (21) of Central Point was operating a 1989 Ford PU towing a trailer loaded with hay, he lost control of the trailer and crashed into a Geo Metro (driver to be identified later) and a 1987 Toyota PU, operated by Nancy Asman (66) of Jacksonville.

Asman sustained fatal injuries and was pronounced deceased at the scene.

The operator of the Geo sustained serious injuries and was transported to a local hospital.

Redlingshafer was not injured.

Hwy 238 was closed for approximately 9 hours for investigation and recovery of vehicles.

OSP was assisted by Applegate Valley Fire District, Mercy Flights, Jackson County Sheriff's Office, Jacksonville Police Department, and ODOT.

 

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One person dies in three vehicle crash on Hwy 99E near Gervais - Marion County - 12/11/18

On Tuesday, December 11, 2018 at approximately 5:10 pm, Oregon State Police Troopers and emergency personnel responded to the report of a motor vehicle crash on Hwy 99E near milepost 36.5.  This is approximately 1/2 mile south of Gervais. 

Preliminary investigation revealed that a white 1996 Honda Accord, operated by Jose Alfredo Garcia-Ortega, age 35, of Woodburn, OR, was traveling northbound on Hwy 99E when for unknown reasons it drifted over the lane lines and into the southbound lane and struck a 2000 Chevrolet box truck, operated by Jasper Davenport, age 35, of Mill City, OR.   Garcia-Ortega's vehicle then collided with a third vehicle, a 2003 Toyota Tacoma pickup, operated by Nick Martishev, age 53, of Gervais, OR.

Garcia-Ortega sustained fatal injuries in the crash and was pronounced deceased at the scene.  He was not wearing a seat belt.

Davenport and Martishev were transported to the Salem Hospital for treatment of injuries. 

Hwy 99E was closed for approximately four hours. 

OSP was assisted by the Marion County Sheriff’s Office, ODOT, Woodburn Police Department, and Woodburn Fire Department.

 

 

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UPDATE - Oregon State Police is requesting the public's assistance in the unlawful taking of a bull moose - Wallowa County (Photo) - 12/11/18

Oregon Hunter’s Association increases cash reward amount to $7,500 for poached bull moose in Wallowa County.

Pledges from OHA chapters across the state have poured in thus increasing the cash reward amount to $7,500 for information leading to the issuance of a citation or arrest for the bull moose unlawfully killed in the Chesnimnus unit.

In addition to the cash reward the Krebs Ranch, located near the Zumwalt Prairie Preserve in the Chesnimnus unit, notified the Oregon Hunters Association, that they are also offering a guided bull elk hunt valued at $3,500, to the person that provides the information.

“The poaching of a moose is a tragic thing,” said OHA Conservation Director Jim Akenson, who resides in Wallowa County. “Especially because our moose population is low with fewer than 70 in Oregon.”

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Oregon State Police Fish and Wildlife Troopers are asking for the public’s assistance in locating and apprehending the person(s) responsible for shooting a bull moose sometime between Thursday, November 8, 2018 and Sunday, November 11, 2018 (the last couple of days of the 2nd Bull Elk Season) in Wallowa County.

Preliminary investigation revealed that the moose was shot and partially cut up off of the USFS 46 Road between Teepee Pond and mile marker 35 in the Chesnimnus Big Game Unit. The suspect(s) accessed the moose carcass from a campsite on the north side of the USFS 46 Road. Additionally, a side-by-side UTV was used to haul the moose meat and parts from the kill site back to the campsite.

Anyone who was in the vicinity of Teepee Pond and mile marker 35 on the USFS 46 Road during the mentioned timeframes and who may have information that will help identify the suspect(s), is asked to call the Turn In Poachers (TIP) line at (800) 452-7888, *OSP(677) or Senior Trooper Mark Knapp at (541) 426-3049.

** Report Wildlife and Habitat Law Violators** 

** Report Wildlife and Habitat Law Violators** 

The TIP program offers preference point rewards for information leading to an arrest or issuance of a citation for the unlawful take/possession or waste of big game mammals.

Preference Point Rewards:

* 5 Points-Bighorn Sheep

* 5 Points-Rocky Mountain Goat

* 5 Points-Moose

* 5 Points-Wolf

* 4 Points-Elk

* 4 Points-Deer

* 4 Points-Antelope

* 4 Points-Bear

* 4 Points-Cougar

Or the TIP program also offers cash rewards for information leading to an arrest or issuance of a citation for the unlawful take/possession or waste of Bighorn Sheep, Rocky Mountain Goat, Moose, Elk, Deer, Antelope, Bear, Cougar, Wolf, Upland Birds, Waterfowl, and Furbearers. Cash rewards can also be awarded for the unlawful take of Game Fish and Shellfish and for Habitat Destruction.

CASH REWARDS:
* $1,000 Bighorn Sheep, Rocky Mountain Goat and Moose 
* $500 Elk, Deer and Antelope 
* $300 Bear, Cougar and Wolf 
* $300 Habitat Destruction 
* $100 Upland Birds and Waterfowl 
* $100 Furbearers 

* $100 Game Fish and Shellfish 

How to Report a Wildlife and/or Habitat Law Violation or Suspicious Activity: 

TIP Hotline: 1-800-452-7888 or *OSP(677)

TIP E-Mail: TIP@state.or.us (Monitored M-F 8:00AM - 5:00PM)

 

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Salem man dies in two vehicle crash on Hwy 22E in Salem - Marion County - 12/10/18

On Monday, December 10, 2018 at about 8:53 am, Oregon State Police Troopers and emergency personnel responded to the report of a two-vehicle rear end crash on Hwy 22E near milepost 3. 

Preliminary investigation revealed that a light blue 1975 Volkswagen Beetle , operated by Eugene Mason, age 80, of Salem, was traveling eastbound on Hwy 22E when it was rear-ended by a 2006 Kenworth commercial motor vehicle with a 53' foot trailer, operated by Gordon Wright, age 55, of Gresham.  Mason's vehicle veered off the roadway and rolled. 

Mason sustained fatal injuries and was pronounced deceased at the scene. 

Dense fog was a contributing factor in the crash. 

One lane of Hwy 22E was closed for approximately three hours following the crash.  OSP was assisted by the Salem Police Department, Keizer Police Department, Salem Fire Department, and ODOT.

    

Vehicle pursuit ends in shot fired by deputy - Hood River County - 12/10/18

On December 3, 2018 at approximately 7:04 AM, A patrol sergeant with the Hood River County Sheriff's Office initiated a traffic stop in Odell for traffic infractions. The driver of the suspect vehicle failed to yield to the deputy's emergency lights and siren. The driver continued north from Odell on secondary roadways, eventually leaving the paved road way, entering an orchard in the 4300 block of Chamberlain Drive. The deputy continued to follow the vehicle through the orchard, using his loudspeaker to give commands to the driver. Approximately 400 yards into the orchard, the driver stopped and quickly exited his vehicle with a black object in his hand.  The deputy gave verbal commands and fired one shot, missing the subject.  The deputy continued giving verbal commands, which the subject eventually complied with.  He was taken into custody without further incident. 

The subject, identified as Gabriel Cruz Bejarano, age 27, of Odell was arrested and charged with Driving Under the Influence of a Controlled Substance, Attempt to Elude Police-Felony, and No Operator's License.  He was lodged in NORCOR. 

The deputy involved is Sgt. Joel Carmody.  He is a twelve year veteran of the Hood River Sheriff's Office. 

The use of force by the deputy is under investigation by the Columbia Gorge Major Crimes Team in accordance with SB 111.  Officers from Hood River Police Department, Hood River Sheriff's Office, Wasco County Sheriff's Office and the Oregon State Police are working cooperatively on this investigation with OSP as the lead. 

Any further information will be released by the Hood River County District Attorney's Office.

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Oregon winter weather is starting to set in across Oregon. Are you prepared? (Photo) - 12/07/18

Oregon winter weather is starting to set in across Oregon. Are you prepared? With the increase chances of snow, freezing rain, and ice on the roadways it is more important than ever to #Knowbeforeyougo.

Checking www.tripcheck.com is the best way to get information on highway closures/construction, minimum chain requirements and road conditions utilizing their traffic cameras.

Those traveling in lower elevations, expect rain and wet roadways.  Which means you will need to increase your following distances due to decreased traction on those wet roads.

OSP is also urges all motorists to plan their travels by: 

  • Be prepared in the event you become stuck during your travels- Carry water, food, and blankets in the event you are stuck in your vehicle during your trip
  • Put the distractions away. Pull over to use that handheld electronic device, ask as passenger to help or wait to arrive at your destination to use them.
  • Watch your speed; often speeding will not get you to your destination any faster. You will fatigue faster, burn more fuel, and create a more hazardous environment on the highway.
  • Be extra vigilant in highway work zones. Even when workers are not present, all work zone speed limits still apply and fines double. Inactive work zones still have equipment, detours, and incomplete changes in the roadway so drivers need to slow down and be alert.
  • Get rested before you travel. Fatigued drivers are more frequent during holiday weekends because of increased travel and activity. Be patient and allow plenty of time to reach your destination.
  • Wear your safety belt. Ensure your passengers and children are properly restrained too. We see too many crashes were people would have walked away with minor in any injuries.
  • Get a designated driver (plan ahead) if you plan on consuming intoxicating substances.

Our partners at Oregon Department of Transportation recently reminded drivers about the dangers of not checking the roads before you go and only utilizing GPS. When roads are closed and your navigation systems direct you onto a detour route, keep in mind that the device you count on for guidance could instead guide you into trouble. http://bit.ly/2rp6ufP

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Oregon State Police requesting public's assistance in theft of salmon and damage to ODFW Equipment at Bull Run Fish Trap - Clackamas County (Photo) - 12/06/18

The Oregon State Police Fish & Wildlife Division is asking for the public’s help to identify the person(s) responsible for trespassing, vandalism, and theft of salmon and ODFW equipment at the Bull Run River Fish Trap in Clackamas County.

A photo was taken of one of the suspects and the Oregon State Police is requesting that anyone with information about who this person is to please contact Senior Trooper Mark Kingma at 503-779-3623.

** Report Wildlife and Habitat Law Violators** 

The TIP program offers preference point rewards for information leading to an arrest or issuance of a citation for the unlawful take/possession or waste of big game mammals.

Preference Point Rewards:

* 5 Points-Bighorn Sheep

* 5 Points-Rocky Mountain Goat

* 5 Points-Moose

* 5 Points-Wolf

* 4 Points-Elk

* 4 Points-Deer

* 4 Points-Antelope

* 4 Points-Bear

* 4 Points-Cougar

Or the TIP program also offers cash rewards for information leading to an arrest or issuance of a citation for the unlawful take/possession or waste of Bighorn Sheep, Rocky Mountain Goat, Moose, Elk, Deer, Antelope, Bear, Cougar, Wolf, Upland Birds, Waterfowl, and Furbearers. Cash rewards can also be awarded for the unlawful take of Game Fish and Shellfish and for Habitat Destruction.

CASH REWARDS:
* $1,000 Bighorn Sheep, Rocky Mountain Goat and Moose 
* $500 Elk, Deer and Antelope 
* $300 Bear, Cougar and Wolf 
* $300 Habitat Destruction 
* $100 Upland Birds and Waterfowl 
* $100 Furbearers 

* $100 Game Fish and Shellfish 

How to Report a Wildlife and/or Habitat Law Violation or Suspicious Activity: 

TIP Hotline: 1-800-452-7888 or *OSP(677)

TIP E-Mail: TIP@state.or.us (Monitored M-F 8:00AM - 5:00PM)

 

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Fatal vehicle crash on Hwy 51 - Polk County - 12/05/18

On Wednesday, December 5, 2018 at approximately 6:38 am, Oregon State Police Troopers and emergency personnel responded to the report of a two vehicle crash on Hwy 51 at Rogers Ln.  

Preliminary investigation revealed that a silver 2005 Cadillac Escalade, operated by Hannah Parks (26) of Dallas, was turning northbound onto Hwy 51 from Rogers Lane.  The Cadillac turned into the path of a 1985 International farm truck operated by Armando Trapala-Amador (36) of Independence.    The farm truck hit the Cadillac on the driver's side and both vehicles left the roadway.

Parks sustained fatal injuries and was pronounced deceased at the scene.  Three juveniles in the Cadillac were treated for minor injuries.

Trapala-Amador was not injured.  

OSP was assisted by the Polk County Sheriff's Office, Polk County Fire, and ODOT.    

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UPDATE - Prineville resident loses life in head on crash on Highway 97. (Deschutes County) (Photo) - 12/05/18

The identity of the deceased has been confirmed as 73 year old Prineville resident Richard James Lanning.  The investigation is continuing and any further information will be released as it becomes available. 

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On Wednesday December 5, 2018 at approximately 9:00am, Oregon State Police Troopers and emergency personnel responded to the report of a two vehicle crash on Highway 97 at MP 124.  This crash was located on the southern end of Redmond.

Preliminary investigation revealed that a silver 2005 Chevy Malibu, operated by a 73 year old Prineville resident, was traveling northbound on Highway 97.  For unknown reasons, the Malibu crossed over into the oncoming lanes and crashed head-on into a southbound commercial motor vehicle, operated by Bend Roof Truss and driven by 48 year old Bend resident, Kavan Rose.  The driver of the Malibu suffered fatal injuries and was pronounced deceased at the scene.  The driver of the commercial motor vehicle was transported to St. Charles Redmond for non-life threatening injuries.

Highway 97 was closed for approximately three and a half hours following the crash.  OSP was assisted at the scene by the Redmond Police Department, the Deschutes County Sheriff’s Office, Bend Police Department, ODOT and Redmond Fire and Rescue. 

The identity of the deceased will be released at a later time to allow notification to the next of kin. 

Oregon State Police requesting public's assistance in the unlawful taking / waste of a cow elk - Lincoln County - 12/03/18

The Oregon State Police Fish and Wildlife Division is asking for the public's help locating the person(s) responsible for the unlawful killing and waste of a cow elk in Lincoln County.

On Thursday, November 29, 2018, a Fish and Wildlife Trooper discovered a deceased cow elk. The  elk was located approximately 2.5 miles from Updike Rd. on Bear Creek Rd. in the Alsea Wildlife Management Unit on property managed by Hancock Timber. This area is also accessible from the Baber Mountain ATV trail system.

The elk, which appeared to have been shot within a week, was left to waste with no meat removed from the carcass.  Troopers observed another cow elk in the area that appeared to be injured.

OSP is asking anyone who may have information on the person(s) responsible to call the TIP line at 1-800-452-7888 or dial *OSP and refer information to Trooper Andrew Butler or by email TIP@state.or.us.

** Report Wildlife and Habitat Law Violators** 

The TIP program offers preference point rewards for information leading to an arrest or issuance of a citation for the unlawful take/possession or waste of big game mammals.

Preference Point Rewards:

* 5 Points-Bighorn Sheep

* 5 Points-Rocky Mountain Goat

* 5 Points-Moose

* 5 Points-Wolf

* 4 Points-Elk

* 4 Points-Deer

* 4 Points-Antelope

* 4 Points-Bear

* 4 Points-Cougar

Or the TIP program also offers cash rewards for information leading to an arrest or issuance of a citation for the unlawful take/possession or waste of Bighorn Sheep, Rocky Mountain Goat, Moose, Elk, Deer, Antelope, Bear, Cougar, Wolf, Upland Birds, Waterfowl, and Furbearers. Cash rewards can also be awarded for the unlawful take of Game Fish and Shellfish and for Habitat Destruction.

CASH REWARDS:
* $1,000 Bighorn Sheep, Rocky Mountain Goat and Moose 
* $500 Elk, Deer and Antelope 
* $300 Bear, Cougar and Wolf 
* $300 Habitat Destruction 
* $100 Upland Birds and Waterfowl 
* $100 Furbearers 

* $100 Game Fish and Shellfish 

How to Report a Wildlife and/or Habitat Law Violation or Suspicious Activity: 

TIP Hotline: 1-800-452-7888 or *OSP(677)

TIP E-Mail: TIP@state.or.us (Monitored M-F 8:00AM - 5:00PM)

UPDATE - Oregon State Police partnering with MADD and local law enforcement agencies for Holiday Saturation Patrol - 12/03/18

On November 23, 2018 several agencies in Marion and Linn counties participated in a High Visibility Enforcement Saturation.

Mother Against Drunk Driving, Cate Duke, was present and spoke to the law enforcement personnel participating in the saturation. She shared her story as a victim of impaired driving with officers, before they went out on patrol.

The following agencies participated in the event and contributed to a safer Holiday Weekend: Silverton Police Department, Salem Police Department, Keizer Police Department, Albany Police Department, Marion County Sheriff’s Office, and the Oregon State Police.

Officers made a total of 145 traffic contacts and arrested 11 impaired drivers.

 

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Cate Duke
cate.duke@madd.org, (541) 343-8115

Law Enforcement High Visibility Enforcement Saturation Patrol

WHAT: On Friday, November 23, 2018, Mothers Against Drunk Driving® (MADD) is partnering with
Oregon State Police and local law enforcement agencies from Marion and Linn Counties to hold a
Thanksgiving holiday high visibility saturation patrol. This event is dedicated to Cate Duke, who will
share her story of how impaired driving has affected her life during a dedication ceremony to kick off the
saturation patrol event.

WHEN: November 23, 2018 – 6:30 – 7:30 pm

WHERE: Oregon State Police - Salem Area Command – 3565 Trelstad Ave. SE, Salem, OR 97317

WHO: Oregon State Police , local agencies from Marion and Linn Counties.

WHY: To raise public awareness about the importance of planning ahead before drinking or
using impairing substances, to ensure a safe drive home.

MADD wants you to think before you get behind the wheel this Thanksgiving Holiday weekend. Join
MADD in the effort to have No More Victims! Please plan ahead and use a non-drinking sober
designated driver, Uber, taxi, or other form of ride sharing service to get home safely. If you choose to
drive impaired, specially trained officers will be on the road looking for you!

For those personally impacted by drunk driving, drugged driving, and underage drinking consequences,
MADD Victim Services are available at no charge. MADD serves one person every fifteen minutes
through local victim advocates and MADD’s 24-Hour Victim Help Line, 1-877-MADD-HELP

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Single vehicle fatal crash on Hwy 42 - Coos County (Photo) - 12/03/18

On Monday, December 3, 2018 at approximately 3:39 AM. Oregon State Police and emergency personnel responded to the report of a single vehicle crash on Hwy 42 near the Hwy 101 Jct. 

Investigation revealed that a 1999 Dodge PU, operated by Kevin Ramsey (59) of Coquille, was westbound on Hwy 42 when he drifted off the roadway and onto the shoulder.  The pickup rolled and came to rest on its roof.

Ramsey sustained fatal injuries in the crash and was pronounced deceased at the scene.

OSP was assisted by the Coos County Sheriff's Office, Millington Fire Department, Green Acres Fire Department, and ODOT.

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Corvallis doctor dies while surfing near Devils Punchbowl (Photo) - 12/02/18

On Saturday, December 1, 2018, at approximately 3:30 PM Oregon State Police and local first responders received a 911 call reporting a surfer in distress near Otter Rock State Park north of Newport. The surfer, later identified as Toren Stearns ,age 30 from Corvallis, was pronounced deceased at Samaritan Pacific Communities hospital. 

The investigation revealed the US Coast Guard dispatched a cutter boat and rescue helicopter to assist in the rescue. A local surfer went into the water to help with the water rescue. Once the helicopter arrived on scene, a rescue swimmer was sent into the water where Stearns was recovered and brought onto the beach.

Stearns was transported ,via helicopter, to Samaritan Pacific Communities Hospital at 4:49 PM where he was pronounced deceased. Stearns had left his dog on the beach, while he was surfing, and the animal was cared for by the Lincoln County Animal Shelter while notification to his family was made.

The Oregon State Police was assisted by Depoe Bay Fire and Rescue, US Coast Guard, Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office, and Lincoln County Animal Shelter. 

 

 

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Oregon State Police requesting public's assistance in waste of elk in Washington County (Photo) - 11/29/18

The Oregon State Police Fish & Wildlife Division is seeking public's assistance to help identify the person(s) responsible for the unlawful killing and waste of a bull elk in rural Washington County.

On November 10, 2018, Oregon State Police Troopers received information about a group of hunters that shot 2 bull elk. 

The hunters were on Weyerhaeuser property near Wolf Creek Road and Timber Road and it is believed they did not have permits to be there.  One of the reporting parties was watching the subjects from some nearby trees as they were field dressing one elk.  When the Troopers arrived, the hunters were no longer in the area.  One elk had been harvested and the other spike elk was left to waste.  An area check for the hunters was unsuccessful. 

The Troopers salvaged most of the meat from the wasted elk and it was taken to The Meating Place in Hillsboro for donation to the Portland Rescue Mission.

The Oregon State Police is requesting that anyone with information about this unlawful take contact Trooper Ben Turner at *OSP (*677) from mobile or via email TIP@state.or.us

The TIP program offers preference point rewards for information leading to an arrest or issuance of a citation for the unlawful take/possession or waste of big game mammals.

How to Report a Wildlife and/or Habitat Law Violation or Suspicious Activity:

TIP Hotline: 1-800-452-7888 or *OSP(677) TIP E-Mail: TIP@state.or.us (Monitored M-F 8:00AM - 5:00PM)

** Report Wildlife and Habitat Law Violators** 

The TIP program offers preference point rewards for information leading to an arrest or issuance of a citation for the unlawful take/possession or waste of big game mammals.

Preference Point Rewards:

* 5 Points-Bighorn Sheep

* 5 Points-Rocky Mountain Goat

* 5 Points-Moose

* 5 Points-Wolf

* 4 Points-Elk

* 4 Points-Deer

* 4 Points-Antelope

* 4 Points-Bear

* 4 Points-Cougar

Or the TIP program also offers cash rewards for information leading to an arrest or issuance of a citation for the unlawful take/possession or waste of Bighorn Sheep, Rocky Mountain Goat, Moose, Elk, Deer, Antelope, Bear, Cougar, Wolf, Upland Birds, Waterfowl, and Furbearers. Cash rewards can also be awarded for the unlawful take of Game Fish and Shellfish and for Habitat Destruction.

CASH REWARDS:
* $1,000 Bighorn Sheep, Rocky Mountain Goat and Moose 
* $500 Elk, Deer and Antelope 
* $300 Bear, Cougar and Wolf 
* $300 Habitat Destruction 
* $100 Upland Birds and Waterfowl 
* $100 Furbearers 

* $100 Game Fish and Shellfish 

How to Report a Wildlife and/or Habitat Law Violation or Suspicious Activity: 

TIP Hotline: 1-800-452-7888 or *OSP(677)

TIP E-Mail: TIP@state.or.us (Monitored M-F 8:00AM - 5:00PM)

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Single Vehicle fatal crash on Holland Loop Rd. - Josephine County (Photo) - 11/29/18

On Wednesday, November 28, 2018 at approximately 7:30 PM Oregon State Police and emergency personnel responded to the report of a single vehicle crash on Holland Loop Rd. near milepost 3.

Preliminary investigation revealed that a Toyota Tacoma PU, operated by John Festvog (37) of Colfax, Iowa,  was traveling on Holland Loop Rd. when he left the roadway and struck a tree.

Festvog sustained fatal injuries in the crash and was pronounced deceased at the scene.

Speed, alcohol, and lack of safety belt use are being investigated as factors in this crash.

OSP was assisted by Illinois Valley Fire Department 

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UPDATE - Oregon State Police requesting public's assistance in the unlawful taking of a bull elk in Jackson County - 11/28/18

In addition to the reward money from the TIP program the Cascade Ranch has offered an additional $500.00 reward and the Rogue Valley Oregon Hunter's Association chapter is offering an additional $1,000.00.

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Oregon State Police Fish and Wildlife Troopers are asking for the public’s assistance in locating and apprehending the person(s) responsible for shooting a bull elk on the evening of Friday, November 16, 2018 in Jackson County. 

Preliminary investigation revealed that the elk was shot and partially cut up off of South Fork Little Butte Creek Road about 2 miles from Lake Creek.

A vehicle of interest is a dark colored SUV that was observed in the area around 9:15pm on that evening after rifle shots were heard.  Anyone with information about this or any other vehicles or individuals seen in the area on or about the timeframe listed is asked to call with information.

Anyone with information regarding this case is urged to contact OSP Sergeant Jim Collom at (541)841-0416 or through the Turn in Poachers (TIP) hotline at 1-800-452-7888 or *OSP (677).

** Report Wildlife and Habitat Law Violators** 

The TIP program offers preference point rewards for information leading to an arrest or issuance of a citation for the unlawful take/possession or waste of big game mammals.

Preference Point Rewards:

* 5 Points-Bighorn Sheep

* 5 Points-Rocky Mountain Goat

* 5 Points-Moose

* 5 Points-Wolf

* 4 Points-Elk

* 4 Points-Deer

* 4 Points-Antelope

* 4 Points-Bear

* 4 Points-Cougar

Or the TIP program also offers cash rewards for information leading to an arrest or issuance of a citation for the unlawful take/possession or waste of Bighorn Sheep, Rocky Mountain Goat, Moose, Elk, Deer, Antelope, Bear, Cougar, Wolf, Upland Birds, Waterfowl, and Furbearers. Cash rewards can also be awarded for the unlawful take of Game Fish and Shellfish and for Habitat Destruction.

CASH REWARDS:
* $1,000 Bighorn Sheep, Rocky Mountain Goat and Moose 
* $500 Elk, Deer and Antelope 
* $300 Bear, Cougar and Wolf 
* $300 Habitat Destruction 
* $100 Upland Birds and Waterfowl 
* $100 Furbearers 

* $100 Game Fish and Shellfish 

How to Report a Wildlife and/or Habitat Law Violation or Suspicious Activity: 

TIP Hotline: 1-800-452-7888 or *OSP(677)

TIP E-Mail: TIP@state.or.us (Monitored M-F 8:00AM - 5:00PM)

 

Driver arrested in fatal hit and run crash in Marion County - 11/28/18

On Monday, November 26, 2018 at approximately 7:27 A.M. Oregon State Police and emergency personnel responded to the report of a hit and run crash on Hwy 99E at the intersection of Howell Prairie Rd.  

Investigation revealed that a Chrysler PT Cruiser, operated by Luis Herrera Alvarez (41) was traveling northbound on Hwy 99E when he struck a Subaru Impreza, operated by Tatiana Reutov-Skorohodoff (23) of Salem, that was stopped on Howell Prairie Rd. waiting to turn southbound onto Hwy 99E. The Subaru Impreza was then pushed into a Chevrolet Malibu, operated by Jasmin Cortes-Garcia (23) of Mt. Angel, that was also stopped on Howell Prairie Rd. waiting to turn northbound onto Hwy 99E.

Herrera Alvarez fled the scene on foot and was later located on Boones Ferry Rd.  He was arrested and lodged at the Marion County Jail on charges of DUII (.17 BAC), Reckless Driving, and Felony Hit and Run.  

One of the passengers in the Subaru Impreza, Vaselisa Reutov (77), was transported to the hospital were she later died from injuries sustained in the crash.

This case has been referred to the Marion County District Attorney's office for consideration of additional charges against Herrera Alvarez. 

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Fatal vehicle crash on Hwy 101 - Coos County (Photo) - 11/27/18

On Tuesday, November 27, 2018 at approximately 1:00 P.M. Oregon State Police and emergency personnel responded to a two vehicle crash on Hwy 101 near milepost 229.

Preliminary investigation shows that a Honda Accord, operated by Ashley Ridenour (31) of Reedsport, was traveling southbound on Hwy 101 when for unknown reasons crossed the centerline and struck a Dodge PU towing a travel trailer, operated by John Bohmfalk (72) of Coulee Dam, WA.

Ridenour sustained fatal injuries and was pronounced deceased at the scene.

Bohmfalk and his passenger, Vicki Bohmfalk (68) of Coulee Dam, WA. sustained minor injuries.

Mast Bros Towing is working to remove the pickup and trailer.  The roadway is expected to be open by 6:30 PM or before if possible. 

OSP was assisted by North Bend Ambulance, Coos County Sheriff's Office, North Bay Fire Department, Hauser Fire Department, Bay City Ambulance, and ODOT.

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Head on crash Hwy 199 - Josephine County (Photo) - 11/24/18

On Friday, November 23, 2018 at approximately 7:20 pm, Oregon State Police Troopers and emergency personnel responded to the report of a two vehicle crash on Hwy199 near milepost 22 near Selma, OR.

Preliminary investigation revealed that a white 2005 Toyota Corolla, operated by Briana Varela (27) of Rogue River, OR was traveling southbound on Hwy 199 when for unknown reasons crossed into the northbound lanes of travel and struck a northbound maroon 2018 Nissan Versa, operated by Elizabeth Real of the United Kingdom.

Varela was transported to Three Rivers Medical Center before being flown to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle, Washington, where she was pronounced deceased from injuries sustained in the crash.

Real was transported to Three Rivers Medical Center and later flown to Riverbend Hospital in Eugene with serious injuries.  Her passenger Kelly Karaba of Arcata, CA. was flown to Rogue Regional Medical Center with serious injuries.

VARELA was reported as a reckless driver approximately 16 miles prior to the crash scene. Investigators would like to speak to anyone who witnessed the driving behavior or the crash. Anyone with information can call the Oregon State Police dispatch at 541-776-6111 or *OSP and reference CASE #SP18-435402 

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Single vehicle fatal crash on Hwy 97 - Sherman County (Photo) - 11/24/18

On Saturday, November 24, 2018 at approximately 8:25 am Oregon State Police Troopers and emergency personnel responded to the report of a single vehicle crash on US-97 near MP 40, which is approximately one half mile north of Kent in Sherman County, Oregon.

Preliminary investigation revealed a red 1998 Jeep Wrangler, operated by Leroy Despain (75) of Redding, California, was traveling southbound on US-97 when for unknown reasons the Jeep left the road and rolled multiple times. 

Despain suffered fatal injuries and was pronounced deceased at the scene.

OSP was assisted by South Sherman Fire and Rescue, Sherman County Sheriff's Office, and ODOT.

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Pedestrian hit by car attempting to remove personal property from Hwy 30 - Columbia County - 11/24/18

On  Saturday, November 24, 2018 at approximately 3:00PM Oregon State Police and emergency personnel responded to a pedestrian hit by a vehicle on Hwy 30 near milepost 42.

Preliminary investigation reveals that James Gotcher (73) of Rainer was a passenger in an eastbound pickup truck that lost personal property on Hwy 30.  Gotcher exited the vehicle and was in the roadway attempting to retrieve the property when he was struck by a westbound pickup truck, operated by Joseph Salvey (45) from Rainer.

Gotcher sustained fatal injuries and was pronounced deceased at the scene.

Salvey remained at the scene and is cooperating with the investigation.

Passenger dies in single vehicle crash on icy roads - Klamath County - 11/22/18

On Wednesday, November 21, 2018 at approximately 10:37pm, Oregon State Police Troopers and emergency personnel responded to Hwy 140W near milepost 41 for a single vehicle rollover crash.

Investigation reveals that a 2006 Ford F250, operated by Andres Mares (19) of Klamath Falls, was traveling east on Hwy 140W when he lost control on the icy roadway. The vehicle crossed into the oncoming lane and onto the west bound shoulder before rolling multiple times. 

Mares was transported to Sky Lakes Medical center for injuries.

There were three passengers in the Ford F250:

Angel Briones Cendejas (18) of Klamath Falls sustained fatal injuries in the crash and was pronounced deceased while enroute to the hospital.

Heather Pizano (19) of Klamath Falls was transported to Sky Lakes Medical center for injuries.

Tatiana Cendejas (20) of Klamath Falls was transported to Sky Lakes Medical center for injuries.

OSP was assisted by ODOT, Rocky Point Fire District, and Klamath County Fire District One.

 

   

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Single vehicle fatal crash on Hwy 30 - Multnomah county (Photo) - 11/22/18

On Tuesday, November 20, 2018 at approximately 1:20 PM Oregon State Police and emergency personnel responded to a single vehicle crash on Hwy 30 near milepost 17.

Preliminary investigation reveals that a red Jeep, operated by James Jones (74) of Portland, was westbound on Hwy 30 when for unknown reasons drove off the road and down an embankment.

Jones was pronounced deceased at the scene.  The possibility of Jones having a medical event, before the crash, is being investigated as a possible cause. 

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Oregon State Police requesting public's assistance in waste of bull elk in Polk County (Photo) - 11/22/18

Oregon State Police Fish and Wildlife is seeking the public’s help in identifying suspects involved in the waste of a branch bull elk in the Trask Unit on the first day of second season bull elk. 

A branch bull was found shot and left to waste on Miami Timber property between Hwy 22 and Hwy 18 near the head of Cedar Creek off the 9A3 Road.  At least two suspects likely walked in from the #28 Gate off Highway 22 either late Friday night - November 16 or before the season or early Saturday morning - November 17.  The bull elk was shot multiple times with a 30-06 rifle and a 6.5 creedmoor, the shells of which were recovered at the scene. 

Anyone who was in the vicinity of the Miami #28 gate or the Miami #9 gate during the mentioned timeframes and who may have information that will help identify the suspects is asked call the the TIP line at 1-800-452-7888 or dial *OSP and refer information to Senior Trooper Boeholt.  Information leading to an arrest is eligible for either a cash reward or preference points.

** Report Wildlife and Habitat Law Violators** 

The TIP program offers preference point rewards for information leading to an arrest or issuance of a citation for the unlawful take/possession or waste of big game mammals.

Preference Point Rewards:

* 5 Points-Bighorn Sheep

* 5 Points-Rocky Mountain Goat

* 5 Points-Moose

* 5 Points-Wolf

* 4 Points-Elk

* 4 Points-Deer

* 4 Points-Antelope

* 4 Points-Bear

* 4 Points-Cougar

Or the TIP program also offers cash rewards for information leading to an arrest or issuance of a citation for the unlawful take/possession or waste of Bighorn Sheep, Rocky Mountain Goat, Moose, Elk, Deer, Antelope, Bear, Cougar, Wolf, Upland Birds, Waterfowl, and Furbearers. Cash rewards can also be awarded for the unlawful take of Game Fish and Shellfish and for Habitat Destruction.

CASH REWARDS:
* $1,000 Bighorn Sheep, Rocky Mountain Goat and Moose 
* $500 Elk, Deer and Antelope 
* $300 Bear, Cougar and Wolf 
* $300 Habitat Destruction 
* $100 Upland Birds and Waterfowl 
* $100 Furbearers 

* $100 Game Fish and Shellfish 

How to Report a Wildlife and/or Habitat Law Violation or Suspicious Activity: 

TIP Hotline: 1-800-452-7888 or *OSP(677)

TIP E-Mail: TIP@state.or.us (Monitored M-F 8:00AM - 5:00PM)

 

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One fatality in two vehicle crash near Cave Junction - Josephine County (Photo) - 11/20/18

On Monday November 19, 2018, at about 3:22PM, Oregon State Police and emergency personnel responded to a two vehicle crash on  Hwy 199 near milepost 30.5, south of Cave Junction, in Josephine County.

Preliminary investigation revealed that a white 1993 Chevy S10 Blazer, operated by Evelyn Parmerlee (89) of Cave Junction, was traveling south on Hwy 199. Parmerlee attempted to turn left onto Pinewood Way when her vehicle crashed head-on with a brown 1988 Ford Bronco II, operated by Michael Finley II (54) of Cave Junction.

Parmerlee suffered fatal injuries and was pronounced deceased on scene.

Finley and his passenger, Rachel Lawson (44) of Cave Junction were transported by AMR ambulance to Three Rivers Medical Center with serious injuries.

US Hwy 199 was closed for approximately 3 hours after the crash.

OSP was assisted on scene by Josephine County Sheriff's Office, Illinois Valley Fire, American Medical Response, and ODOT.

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