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Sally Ann Bicandi
Sally Ann Bicandi
Coffee Creek Correctional Facility reports in-custody death (Photo) - 10/17/18

An Oregon Department of Corrections (DOC) adult in custody, Sally Ann Bicandi, died on the evening of October 16, 2018. She was incarcerated at Coffee Creek Correctional Facility (CCCF) and passed away in the hospital. As with all in-custody deaths, the Oregon State Police have been notified and the Medical Examiner will determine cause of death.

Bicandi entered DOC custody on May 31, 2018, from Washington County.  Her earliest release date was November 7, 2019. She was 54 years old.

DOC takes all in-custody deaths seriously. The agency is responsible for the care and custody of 14,800 men and women who are incarcerated in the 14 institutions across the state.

CCCF is a multi-custody facility in Wilsonville that houses more than 1,200 women. It provides intake and evaluation of all female and male inmates committed to state custody. CCCF delivers a range of correctional services and programs including alcohol and drug treatment, education, work opportunities, cognitive programming, and pre-release services. The minimum facility opened in 2001 and the medium facility opened in 2002. CCCF is Oregon’s only women’s prison.

Attached Media Files: Sally Ann Bicandi
Douglas Miller
Douglas Miller
The Oregon Department of Corrections two reports in-custody deaths (Photo) - 10/15/18

An Oregon Department of Corrections (DOC) adult in custody, Douglas Miller, died the morning of October 12, 2018. He was incarcerated at the Oregon State Penitentiary (OSP) and passed away at the institution’s infirmary. He was 72 years old and was incarcerated out of Multnomah County. His earliest release date was January 11, 2021.

Raymond Madrigal, died the morning of October 14, 2018. He was incarcerated at Two Rivers Correctional Institution (TRCI) and passed away in the hospital. Madrigal entered DOC custody on March 16, 2006 from Multnomah County.  His earliest release date was August 8, 2022. He was 81 years old. Next of kin have been notified for both men.

As with all in-custody deaths, the Oregon State Police have been notified and the Medical Examiner will determine cause of death. DOC takes all in-custody deaths seriously. The agency is responsible for the care and custody of 14,700 men and women who are incarcerated in the 14 institutions across the state.

OSP is Oregon's only maximum-security prison, located in Salem, and houses over 2,000 male inmates. OSP is surrounded by a 25-foot-high wall with 10 towers. The facility has multiple special housing units including death row, 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, inmate work crews, and pre-release services. OSP was established in 1866 and, until 1959, was Oregon's only prison.
 

TRCI is a multi-custody facility in Umatilla that houses more than 1,800 men.  It delivers a range of correctional services and programs including education, work opportunities, and cognitive programming.  The minimum facility opened in 1998 and the medium facility opened in 2000.

Attached Media Files: Douglas Miller , Raymond Madrigal
Snake River Correctional Institution on Lockdown - 10/13/18

On October 13, 2018, at approximately 10:30 a.m., a Snake River Correctional Institution (SRCI) staff member was assaulted by an inmate. As a result of the assault, the staff member was transported to a local hospital for evaluation. Security staff responded to the assault and seven additional staff where taken to the hospital for evaluation and they have been released.

The inmate has been taken to segregation. The institution has been placed on lockdown. All activities and visiting have been canceled until further notice. The incident is currently under investigation by the Oregon State Police.

SRCI is a multi-custody prison in Ontario that houses approximately 3,000 male inmates. SRCI has multiple special housing units including disciplinary segregation, intensive management, infirmary (with hospice) with 24-hour nursing care, and an administrative segregation unit. SRCI participates in prison industries with Oregon Corrections Enterprises including a contact center, laundry, and sign shop. SRCI specializes in incentive housing, specialized housing, inmates with mental health/medical vulnerabilities, education and trades programs, cognitive and parenting programs, and institution work programs. SRCI opened in 1991 and is the largest correctional institution in the state.

Daniel Holterman
Daniel Holterman
Two Rivers Correctional Institution reports in-custody death (Photo) - 09/27/18

An Oregon Department of Corrections (DOC) adult in custody, Daniel Holterman, died the morning of September 27, 2018. He was incarcerated at Two Rivers Correctional Institution (TRCI) and passed away at the hospital. As with all in-custody deaths, the Oregon State Police have been notified and the Medical Examiner will determine cause of death.

DOC takes all in-custody deaths seriously. The agency is responsible for the care and custody of 14,700 men and women who are incarcerated in the 14 institutions across the state. Holterman entered DOC custody on March 25, 1983 from Clackamas County.  His earliest release date was February 1, 2024. He was 80 years old. There were no known next of kin.

TRCI is a multi-custody facility in Umatilla that houses more than 1,800 men.  It delivers a range of correctional services and programs including education, work opportunities, and cognitive programming.  The minimum facility opened in 1998 and the medium facility opened in 2000.

Attached Media Files: Daniel Holterman
Adam Farmer
Adam Farmer
Coffee Creek Correctional Facility reports in-custody death (Photo) - 09/26/18

An Oregon Department of Corrections (DOC) adult in custody, Adam Farmer, died on the morning of September 26, 2018. He was incarcerated at Coffee Creek Intake Center (CCIC) and passed away in the hospital. As with all in-custody deaths, the Oregon State Police have been notified and the Medical Examiner will determine cause of death.

DOC takes all in-custody deaths seriously. The agency is responsible for the care and custody of 14,700 men and women who are incarcerated in the 14 institutions across the state. Farmer entered DOC custody on August 28, 2018, from Marion County.  His earliest release date was March 24, 2021. He was 27 years old. Next of kin has been notified.

Coffee Creek Correctional Facility (CCCF) is a multi-custody facility in Wilsonville that houses more than 1,200 women. It provides intake and evaluation of all female and male inmates committed to state custody. CCCF delivers a range of correctional services and programs including alcohol and drug treatment, education, work opportunities, cognitive programming, and pre-release services. The minimum facility opened in 2001 and the medium facility opened in 2002. CCCF is Oregon’s only women’s prison.

 

Attached Media Files: Adam Farmer