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Reward in Waxenfelter murder upped to $25K

gbudavid:

This guy just disappeared… If anyone sees him Don’t mess with him
To date, the nationwide search for White has not proved successful, so the Clackamas County Commissioners increased the reward from $16,000 to $25,000.

White was last known to be driving a silver 2004 Mercedes E320 with a Washington license plate ANB-7070.

Anyone with information is asked to call 911 immediately.

Tips can be left with the Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office at 503.723.4949,

Originally posted on KOIN.com:

CLACKAMAS, Ore. (KOIN 6) — A reward for information leading to the arrest of the suspect in the roadside killing of a Clackamas County weighmaster has been increased to $25,000.

On Feb. 6, 2014, Grady Waxenfelter was shot to death during a traffic stop on a commercial truck near Boring. His death was witnessed by a man riding with Waxenfelter as he did his duties for the county.

The man suspected in the killing is Dirck Morgan White. At the time of the shooting, there was a warrant out for White’s arrest on weapons charges and he was wanted for questioning in a child rape.

White should be considered armed and dangerous.

To date, the nationwide search for White has not proved successful, so the Clackamas County Commissioners increased the reward from $16,000 to $25,000.

White was last known to be driving a silver 2004 Mercedes E320 with a Washington…

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Person with ‘remote’ Ebola risk monitored in Oregon

gbudavid:

A Crisis just before Election…

Originally posted on KOIN.com:

PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN 6) — One person, with what officials call “remote or no risk factor,” who has not been in contact with Ebola, is being monitored in Oregon for the virus, while six health systems say they are ready for a potentially infected person.

Paul Lewis, the Multnomah County and Tri-County Health Office said in Washington, Clackamas and Multnomah Counties the number of people being monitored for Ebola dropped from two to one over the weekend.

“One person who is at remote or no risk of Ebola is being monitored just because they had an itinerary that included the affected area but they were not involved in patient care or had any contact with an Ebola victim,” he said.

The other person came off the 21-day monitoring period over the weekend, Lewis said.

An incident command center has been established as Oregon prepares for a full-scale local and state…

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Do You have Ebola?

http://www.inspire52.com/take-quiz-ebola/

New CDC guidelines: If you jabbed yourself with a needle while treating an Ebola patient, it’s still okay to go jogging

Questions???

Yup…

New rule: If you’ve been treating someone with Ebola and have actually jabbed yourself with a used needle, you should probably maybe think about hanging around the house for a few weeks.

Apart from a daily jog out in public, that is.

http://hotair.com/archives/2014/10/27/new-cdc-guidelines-if-you-jabbed-yourself-with-a-needle-while-treating-an-ebola-patient-its-still-okay-to-go-jogging/

For Forgotten Soldier, a march through mental health gauntlet

They call him the Forgotten Soldier — although actually he served in the Marines.

At 59, his lawyers say, he suffers from dementia and traumatic brain injuries and can barely talk, walk or take care of himself. But for years he became a human shuttlecock, batted to and fro between jail and state hospitals and mental health facilities.

Portland Water Bureau Strikes again

Have you ever wondered why your water bill was so high?
I took this picture in Chelan WA at

Campbell’s Lake Chelan’s Waterfront Resort

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Ecola State Park at Cannon Beach OR

Ecola State Park at Cannon Beach OR.

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