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UPDATED. Two Adults in Custody walk away from Oregon Department of Corrections Commissary Building in Salem - 10/11/21

UPDATE. These women should be considered armed and dangerous. Do not approach and call 9-1-1 or the Oregon State Police at 1-800-452-7888.

Two adults in custody (AIC) walked away Monday, October 11, 2021, from the Oregon Department of Corrections (DOC) Commissary Facility located in Salem. 

Brandy Woodward and Shelly Radan walked away from an onsite work crew at approximately 9:10 a.m., they were last seen on Amber Street NE, headed toward Dick’s Sporting Goods on Lancaster Drive. 

Brandy Woodward, 45 is a white female weighing 145 lbs., with blue eyes and blond hair. She was last seen wearing blue jeans with the word "inmate" stenciled on the knee in orange, a blue T-shirt, and a sweatshirt – all similarly stenciled. 

Brandy Woodward entered DOC custody on April 29, 2021, on two counts of delivery of methamphetamine, and three counts of possession of methamphetamine. 

Her earliest release date in January 14, 2024.

Shelly Radan, a white female weighing 174lbs, with brown hair and eyes, entered DOC custody on November 3, 2020, on two counts of Burglary II. Shelly Radan’s previous name was Michael Price Crawford. Her earliest release date is September 2, 2024.


The DOC Fugitive Apprehension Unit and the Oregon State Police are investigating. Anyone with information regarding his whereabouts should contact the Oregon State Police at 1-800-452-7888, the non-emergency number of their local police department, or the DOC Fugitive Apprehension Unit at 503-569-0734. Do not approach these individuals.

Both adults are housed at the Coffee Creek Correctional Facility in Wilsonville. CCCF is a multi-custody prison located in Wilsonville. The prison has cell and dormitory housing, work programs, skills training, treatment programs, health services, religious services, physical plant, a central records unit, and administrative areas. CCCF participates in prison industries with Oregon Corrections Enterprises, including a contact center, auto CAD, and document scanning. In addition, CCCF houses the state’s intake center, which provides intake and evaluation of all individuals committed to state custody by the courts. CCCF’s minimum facility opened in 2001, and the medium facility opened in 2002.

Brandy Woodward
Brandy Woodward
Two Adults in Custody walk away from Oregon Department of Corrections Commissary Building in Salem (Photo) - 10/11/21

Two adults in custody (AIC) walked away Monday, October 11, 2021, from the Oregon Department of Corrections (DOC) NW Commissary Building located in Salem. Brandy Woodward and Shelly Raden walked away from an onsite work crew at approximately 9:10 a.m., they were last seen on Amber Street NE, headed toward Dick’s Sporting Goods on Lancaster Drive.

Brandy Woodward, 45 is a white female weighing 145 lbs., with blue eyes and blond hair. She was last seen wearing blue jeans with the word "inmate" stenciled on the knee in orange, a blue T-shirt, and a sweatshirt – all similarly stenciled. 

Brandy Woodward entered DOC custody on April 29, 2021, on two counts of delivery of methamphetamine, and three counts of possession of methamphetamine. Her earliest release date in January 14, 2024.

Shelly Radan, a white female weighing 174lbs, with brown hair and eyes, entered DOC custody on November 3, 2020, on two counts of Burglary II. Shelly Radan’s previous name was Michael Price Crawford. Her earliest release date is September 2, 2024.


The DOC Fugitive Apprehension Unit and the Oregon State Police are investigating. Anyone with information regarding his whereabouts should contact the Oregon State Police at 1-800-452-7888, the non-emergency number of their local police department, or the DOC Fugitive Apprehension Unit at 503-569-0734. Do not approach these individuals.

Both adults are housed at the Coffee Creek Correctional Facility in Wilsonville. CCCF is a multi-custody prison located in Wilsonville. The prison has cell and dormitory housing, work programs, skills training, treatment programs, health services, religious services, physical plant, a central records unit, and administrative areas. CCCF participates in prison industries with Oregon Corrections Enterprises, including a contact center, auto CAD, and document scanning. In addition, CCCF houses the state’s intake center, which provides intake and evaluation of all individuals committed to state custody by the courts. CCCF’s minimum facility opened in 2001, and the medium facility opened in 2002.

Attached Media Files: Brandy Woodward , Shelly Radan
Sebastian A. Shaw
Sebastian A. Shaw
Oregon State Penitentiary reports in-custody death (Photo) - 10/04/21

An Oregon Department of Corrections (DOC) adult in custody, Sebastian Alexander Shaw, died the morning of October 3, 2021. Shaw was incarcerated at Oregon State Penitentiary and passed at the facility. As with all in-custody deaths, the Oregon State Police have been notified, and the State Medical Examiner will determine cause of death.

Shaw entered DOC custody on February 22, 2000, from Multnomah County with no release date. Shaw was 53 years old. Next of kin has been notified.

DOC takes all in-custody deaths seriously. The agency is responsible for the care and custody of 12,000 individuals who are incarcerated in 13 institutions across the state. While crime information is public record, DOC elects to disclose only upon request out of respect for any family or victims.

OSP is a multi-custody prison located in Salem that houses approximately 2,000 adults in custody. OSP is surrounded by a 25-foot-high wall with 10 towers. The facility has multiple special housing units including disciplinary segregation, behavioral health, intermediate care housing, and an infirmary (with hospice) with 24-hour nursing care. OSP participates in prison industries with Oregon Corrections Enterprises including the furniture factory, laundry, metal shop, and contact center. It provides a range of correctional programs and services including education, work-based education, work crews, and pre-release services. OSP was established in 1866 and, until 1959, was Oregon’s only prison.

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Attached Media Files: Sebastian A. Shaw
Larry G. Cole
Larry G. Cole
Oregon State Penitentiary reports in-custody death (Photo) - 09/27/21

An Oregon Department of Corrections (DOC) adult in custody, Larry Gene Cole, died the morning of September 27, 2021. Cole was incarcerated at Oregon State Penitentiary and passed away in the infirmary while on hospice care. As with all in-custody deaths, the Oregon State Police have been notified.

Cole entered DOC custody on July 11, 2001, from Tillamook County with no potential release date. Cole was 75 years old. 

DOC takes all in-custody deaths seriously. The agency is responsible for the care and custody of 12,000 individuals who are incarcerated in 13 institutions across the state. While crime information is public record, DOC elects to disclose only upon request out of respect for any family or victims.

OSP is a multi-custody prison located in Salem that houses over 2,000 adults in custody. OSP is surrounded by a 25-foot-high wall with 10 towers. The facility has multiple special housing units including disciplinary segregation, behavioral health, intermediate care housing, and an infirmary (with hospice) with 24-hour nursing care. OSP participates in prison industries with Oregon Corrections Enterprises including the furniture factory, laundry, metal shop, and contact center. It provides a range of correctional programs and services including education, work-based education, work crews, and pre-release services. OSP was established in 1866 and, until 1959, was Oregon’s only prison.

 

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Attached Media Files: Larry G. Cole