Oregon

Genesis Hansen, 21, was stopped by Oregon State Police trooper Kelly Katsikis on October 13 as she was traveling down Northwest 16th Street in Corvallis.

Katsikis stopped Hansen because she was reportedly riding her bike the wrong way. He asked her for her identification and tried to issue her a citation.

Police recently released the body cam footage from the arrest that shows Hansen being arrested on the ground after Katsikis and Corvallis Police Officer Donald Sheldon claimed she wasn’t cooperating.

In the 38-minute video, Hansen is heard asking the trooper questions after he demanded to see her identification.

Moving footage shows the moment a hero football coach disarmed and embraced a suicidal student who brought a loaded gun into class at a Portland High School.

Keanon Lowe, a Former University of Oregon football star, had wrestled with student Angel Granados-Diaz, 19, for the weapon as other students ran screaming out a back door during the May 17 incident.

Newly released surveillance footage from the Parkrose High School gun scare in May shows Keanon Lowe, a security guard and coach at the Portland school, disarming, embracing and comforting the distraught student who brought a loaded shotgun into a classroom.

Investigators say the student, Angel Granados-Diaz, then 18, was suffering a mental health crisis and didn’t intend to hurt anyone but himself.

The video shows Lowe walk into a hallway in the school, holding the gun in one hand and keeping his other arm wrapped around Granados-Diaz. He hands the weapon off to another male, then wraps both arms around Granados-Diaz in a bear hug. He appears to comfort the teen, who eventually touches Lowe’s face, then embraces the coach as Lowe hugs him and pats him on the back.

Granados-Diaz hadn’t wanted to kill himself at home, where his mother would find his body, so he went to the school to do it, authorities said. His lawyer said the teen had been in a school bathroom and thought about ending his life there but decided to go into the classroom instead so someone would call 911 immediately after he fired.

Classmates and friends said Granados-Diaz, who was a Parkrose High senior, had been sad and lonely after a breakup with his girlfriend.

School officials received a heads-up the morning of May 17 about the potential danger after at least one student reported to the school that Granados-Diaz had been making suicidal statements. That prompted campus security guard Keanon Lowe to head to Granados-Diaz’s class to find him and bring him back to the school office, where he could be connected to help, investigators said.

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An Albany woman is facing charges after she allegedly mixed meth into bean dip eaten by a coworker.

The Marion County Sheriff’s Office said 38-year-old Cassandra Medina-Hernandez was working at the deli at Jefferson Thriftway on Old Pacific Highway in Jefferson on Sept. 9 when she allegedly put meth into a serving of bean dip.

Another coworker went to the deli to get some food for her lunch break, according to probable cause documents. She said Medina-Hernandez let her try the dip she was making.

The victim like it so much that she took some home to eat during her break. She told investigators she thought a bite of the dip tasted funny but she didn’t think much of it.

She started to feel sick and unsteady when she went back to work a short while later. She was taken to a hospital where tests suggested she had meth in her system.

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An Oregon woman has been dubbed a sheriff department’s ‘weirdest DUI arrest of the weekend’ after she allegedly poured her own liquor in the mouth of a Taco Bell employee while going through the drive-thru.

The Washington County Sheriff’s Office said that 23-year-old Elianna Aguilar-Aguilar was driving through the Beaverton eatery drive-thru on Saturday morning at 1.20am.

A sheriff’s office sergeant happened to notice the Cornelius resident go through the drive-thru and proceeded to watch her reach through the drive-thru window and pour alcohol in an employee’s mouth.

She was still driving at the time.

Officials detained the woman and had her take a sobriety test. At the jail she was found to have a blood alcohol content of .12.

The woman was said to have had a bottle of Hennessy and was smoking marijuana at the time of her arrest, KOIN reports.

She did not know the Taco Bell employee.

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Shocking security camera footage shows a man pacing back and forth swinging his arms before hitting the woman twice while her back was turned.

The unnamed 44-year-old woman reportedly suffered a broken eye socket in the attack at around 1am on Monday in the downtown area in Portland, Oregon.

Daniel Tuski Bertrand, 25, was arrested and charged with 4th-degree misdemeanor assault, according to KOIN 6 News.

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Oregon: A would-be robber brought a hatchet as a weapon and begged for forgiveness as the store clerk was armed with a gun. As the clerk picked up the phone to call 911, the robber slid the hatchet across the counter, put his hands up and reportedly said, “I’m sorry. I’ll leave.” He then ran out of the store.

They fired the clerk. If your store is about to be robbed take your lunch break until the robber leaves and keep your job….

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A Portland man was arrested Wednesday after authorities say he admitted to raping his fiancée’s dog, which later was euthanized after the sexual assault caused internal injuries.

Fidel Lopez, 51, told Portland police that he and the dog, a Lhasa Apso mix named Estrella, were lying in bed last November while his girlfriend was out, and he got upset when she wouldn’t respond to his calls and texts, according to a probable cause affidavit. Lopez said he’d been drinking alcohol at the time and “out of anger” sexually assaulted the dog, the affidavit said.

An Oregon woman called 911 to report a stranger was in her bathroom & had locked the door locked. With guns drawn, officers found only a Roomba and a very clean floor.

Body camera footage has emerged showing heavily armed police and a K-9 storming into an Oregon home looking for a suspected intruder that turned out to be just a Roomba.

Roombas almost never get convicted, they always clean up the crime scene.