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Salem-News.com (Nov-15-2010 17:47)

West Linn Police Arrest Pair After Routine Car-Stop Leads to Evidence Car Prowls in Lake Oswego

(WEST LINN, Oregon) - antera Evelyn Beavis (35 of Keizer) and her ex-husband Bradley Christian Beavis (37 of Salem) West Linn Police arrested Santera Evelyn Beavis and her ex-husband, Bradley Christian Beavis of Salem, after a traffic stop reveals evidence of car break-ins and drug possession.

An officer stopped the car after learning that the owner had an arrest warrant, he turned around to catch up to the car, and it began to drive erratically.

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Salem-News.com (Nov-06-2010 15:26)

Hundreds Attend Fire Station Open House in West Linn

(WEST LINN, Oregon) - The Brass Dedication Plaque on the Side of the Fire Station Today the firefighters at Tualatin Valley Fire and Rescue's Bolton Fire Station in West Linn officially opened their doors to show the new facility to neighbors in West Linn. Families were able to learn about the daily lives of firefighters, see fire apparatus and learn about home fire escape planning.

Most importantly, fire personnel were able to express their gratitude to the citizens who helped build the fire station which will serve the community for decades to come.

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Salem-News.com (Sep-12-2010 23:43)

Bicyclists Spot Crashed Car with Abandoned, Injured Passenger

Alcohol is suspected as a contributing factor of this resulting crash.

(WEST LYNN, Ore.) - Crash in West Linn A group of bicyclists are credited with saving a woman seriously injured in a car crash and then reportedly left trapped in the wreckage, by the driver and another passenger.

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Salem-News.com (Feb-05-2010 17:39)

Holding Oregon Cops Accountable Over Criminal Profiling

Criminal profiling is the act of pulling over or stopping an individual without cause, generally based on appearance stereotypes.

(SALEM, Ore.) - Salem-News.com A developing story in Oregon involves the dishonesty of police officers, and the judges who make the final call on their actions. When you think about it, the entire system is a conflict of interest because the traffic officers and the judges are on the same team. This creates real problems.

The issues ring back to the 1950's and 1960's when police all over the U.S. were involved in suppressing people over race, gender, economic status, and their physical appearance.

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Salem-News.com (Jan-02-2010 12:33)

West Linn Police Grieve Loss of Long Time Officer

"The loss of John leaves a large hole in the fabric of the West Linn Police Department" - Chief Terry Timeus

(WEST LINN, Ore.) - West Linn Police badge On December 18, 2009 West Linn Police Department Officer John Satter lost a short but fierce battle with an aggressive cancer. He had put in his retirement paperwork just a few weeks before he passed.

John was a 20 year veteran of the force, and was the first motorcycle officer to be deployed with the WLPD. Officer Satter spent his career in the patrol division, working stints in traffic, including truck inspections. He leaves behind his wife, Rene, adult children Jaime and Jeremy Satter, and step daughter McKenzie St.Clair.

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Salem-News.com (Jul-04-2009 23:40)

West Linn Home Heavily Damaged by Fire (PHOTOS)

Firefighters credit neighbors for helping a fire engineer stretch fire hose down the block to the closest hydrant.

(WEST LINN, Ore.) - Fire in West Linn Oregon July 4th 2009 An early morning fire caused extensive damage to a home located at 1913 Sunburst Terrace in West Linn today. Crews from Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue, Lake Oswego Fire & Rescue, and Clackamas County Fire District 1 responded.

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Salem-News.com (Oct-17-2008 17:45)

Woman Gives Birth on Side of Oregon`s I-205 Freeway (AUDIO)

West Linn Police respond to I-205 south on an emergency child birth.

(PORTLAND, Ore.) - Salem-News.com There was a different type of excitement on Interstate-205 around 3:45 this morning when a woman went into labor in a car moving down the freeway.

West Linn Police Spokesman Sgt. Neil Hennelly, says officers Pat McConnell and Ed Friend received a call from dispatch of a motorist having a baby on I-205 south near the Stafford Road interchange. "The officers arrived within 3 minutes, however Olivia Grace had already been born," Hennelly said.

Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue arrived a short time later and checked out the child and her mother. Both were transported to Meridian Park Hospital, and they are doing fine. Hennelly says they were headed for the birthing center near Meridian Park.

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Salem-News.com (May-30-2008 17:33)

Bleacher Collapse at Oregon Grade School Leaves Six Children Injured

The sixth-graders were on the bleachers getting ready to have their class photo taken.

(HILLSBORO, Ore.) - Police Line Bleachers packed with 50 kids collapsed at 10:15 AM this morning at the West Union Elementary School in Hillsboro. Six children reportedly suffered injuries that are considered non-life-threatening.

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Salem-News.com (Sep-26-2006 23:23)

Willamette Falls Locks Closes For The Season Saturday

The locks are the oldest continuously operating multiple lift lock system in America and serves to transport river traffic past the 40-foot Willamette Falls.

(WEST LINN) - Willamette Locks The Willamette Falls Locks will end its summer operating season at 5:00 PM, Saturday, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers announced Tuesday.

Extended operation of the locks this summer was made possible through a Challenge Partnership Agreement between the Department of the Army and Oregon Department of Transportation.

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