The Oregon man who murdered two men on a train in 2017 after they intervened when he went on a racist rant has been sentenced to life in prison with no possibility of parole.
Authorities believe they have found the remains of a missing Oregon woman who vanished while hiking with her boyfriend.
The Oregon romance novelist who is accused of killing her chef husband allegedly would have pocketed over $1.5 million in insurance money from his death, prosecutors allege.
The allegation came to light recently in court documents filed by the Multnomah County District Attorney’s Office, who presented evidence in court yesterday that Nancy Crampton-Brophy should be denied bail. She has pleaded not guilty to the murder charge against her.
Reports of hate crimes and bias incidents have spiked 366% in Oregon this year, in part because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Andrew Vineyard, 18, beat his father’s girlfriend, Kimberly Forness, to death with two baseball bats, slit her throat, and abused her corpse in 2017.
The killer was sentenced to seven years in a juvenile facility
McGuffin was convicted of killing his high school girlfriend Leah Freeman in Coquille, a small Coos County town, in 2000. He always maintained his innocence.
A Salem man was arrested Sunday after he repeatedly purchased Girl Scout cookies using counterfeit money, police said.
The husband of a missing Albany woman is facing a murder charge after investigators say they found “bodily tissue and blood” matching her DNA on a circular saw.
MYRTLE POINT, Ore. (WPEC) – One Oregon woman apparently loves her dog a whole lot more than she does her boyfriend, according to a release from the Coos County Sheriff’s Office in Oregon.
Deputies say Melissa Morris, 38, punched her boyfriend in the face twice because he left her dog outside in the rain.