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Deputies Are On Scene of a NON INJURY Traffic Crash involving a school bus full of kids ** PHOTO ATTACHED ** (Photo) - 12/11/17

Today at about 3:30 PM, Marion County Sheriff's Deputies responded to the 11400 block of Sunnyview Rd NE regarding a traffic crash. This crash involved a school bus full of kids, all of which are ok, and a smaller ford pickup. The investigation has determined icy road conditions to be the cause. The driver of the pickup lost control and crossed the center line and hit the bus head-on.

Parents are responding to the scene to pick up their children and there are no reports of injuries. The roadway is expected to be blocked for the next hour. This particular area doesn't get much sunlight due to being covered by trees.

The Marion County Sheriff's Office would like to caution commuters when driving in the recent cold/icy conditions we have had and to consider the following:
- Accelerate and decelerate slowly.
- Drive Slowly
- The normal dry pavement following distance of three to four seconds should be increased to eight to ten seconds.
- Know you brakes.
- Don't power up hills and Don't stop going down hills.
- If necessary stay at home.

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Man Arrested After Woman Asks Patrons to Call For Help (Photo) - 12/09/17

Today around 1:00 p.m., deputies were called to Dick's Sporting Goods on Lancaster Drive NE, after a woman mouthed the words "help me" to several patrons inside of the store. When deputies arrived they contacted a woman, her minor child and Christopher Hahn-Collins, age 25, of Salem.

From their investigation deputies and detectives believe that Mr. Hahn-Collins came to the woman's south east Salem home late Friday afternoon where he broke in and waited. After the family arrived home Mr. Hahn-Collins held the victim and her minor child at knife point over night and into the next day. The following day the victim convinced the suspect to take her to Dick's Sporting Goods where she was able to mouth the words "help me" to several patrons inside the store.

Detectives do not believe that Mr. Hahn-Collins knew the victim at the time of her kidnapping. Mr. Hahn-Collins has been lodged at the Marion County Jail for the crimes of Kidnapping 1 x 2, Menacing, Burglary 1, Unlawful Use of a Weapon, Unlawful Possession of a Weapon, Giving False Information to the Police and a Parole Violation Warrant for Sex Abuse.

The Marion County Sheriff's Office is seeking any information regarding Mr. Hahn-Collins.
Your tips can be made by calling 503 540 8079 or by using our Facebook page at Facebook.com/MCSOInTheKnow. The Sheriff's Office does not intend to release any further information pertaining to the investigation or the victims.

***Booking image provided is from a past booking at the Marion County Jail***

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Sheriff's Deputies Arrest Two Daytime Burglary Suspects after Homeowner Catches Them on Camera and Calls 911 (Photo) - 12/07/17

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This morning at 8:50 a.m., The Marion County Sheriff's Office responded to the 8000 block of Squirrel Hill Rd Se on a report of a male and female attempting to break into a home. The homeowner was at work and received a notification from his Ring Video Doorbell device. He logged into his app and could see the male at his front door trying to kick and pry the door open. He immediately called 911 and reported the incident.

Deputies arrived on scene and initially did not see anyone at the residence. Traffic Safety Team Deputy Andrew Derschon was checking the area nearby and located a male and female near a vehicle on Sunnyside Rd SE matching the original description given by the victim. The 38-Year old male was identified as Apollo Charles Biggs of Portland and 38-Year old female Sheryl Annette Loschiavo of Portland.

Both individuals were detained and arrested on the following charges:

Apollo Charles Biggs:

- Attempted Burglary 1
- Criminal Mischief 2
- Parole Violation / Warrant

Sheryl Annette Loschiavo:

- Conspiracy
- Unlawful Possession of Methamphetamine
- Attempted Burglary 1

The Marion County Sheriff's Office would like to thank the Oregon State Police for their assistance on scene. This will be an ongoing investigation.

If you have been a victim of theft or burglary in the nearby area please call the Marion County Sheriff's Office Non-Emergency line at 503.588.5032.


The Sheriff's Office would like to offer these safety tips to keep your home safe and secure especially during the holiday season:

Tip #1 -- Keep your travel plans offline, if you are going to be away from your home it is best to keep travel plans off of social media.

Tip #2- Let someone you trust know you will be away and to check on your home periodically.

Tip #3- Hide all holiday gifts out of plain sight and do not let packages stay on your front porch for extended periods of time.

Tip #4 -- Lighting is very important; make sure all outside lighting is in good working order.

Tip #5 -- Make sure to keep all doors and windows locked.



*** Booking Photos are attached ***

*** Video Available, at the link below ***

https://ring.com/share/6496848693374952185

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Deputies Respond To Buena Vista Ferry for a Vehicle into The Willametter River - 12/03/17

Last night, December 2nd, at around 6:40 p.m.; A 23 year old male mistakenly drove his vehicle down the ramp at the Buena Vista Ferry and into the frigid Willamette River. The young man was able to immediately exit the vehicle before it became fully submerged without injury. He told Deputies that he did not see any roadway signs and thought he was simply driving down a hill. Deputies determined the driver was not impaired at the time of the incident. The man was the only occupant in the vehicle.

The Sheriff's Office would like to remind drivers to be extremely cautious when navigating dark county roadways. These dark and rainy fall evenings can make it more difficult to see roadway signs, exits, and hazards that may be present. Please allow extra time if needed when traveling this time of year.

NO PICTURES OF THE SCENE ARE AVAILABLE!!!!!

Also, a few tips in the event you ever have a need to escape a submerged car:

* Suggestion #1 -- You're going to need every second to get out of your vehicle. Worry about calling for help once you've made it and are safe. Time is critical.
* Suggestion #2 -- Unbuckle your seatbelt immediately.
* Suggestion #3 -- Don't open the door! Roll down the windows instead. Opening the door is very difficult against the water pressure and it also allows so much water into the vehicle that it will speed up the sinking process. You'll have 30 seconds to a minute until the water rises to the bottom of the passenger windows. This is commonly referred to as the floating period. After that, the water pressure will force the window against the doorframe, making it essentially impossible to roll down.

Caveat to Suggestion #3 -- Break that window. Since most vehicles these days have electronically controlled windows, the circuits probably will short before you have a chance to roll them down. In that case, you'll need to break the window open, ideally with a took to break windows which is always a good idea to keep in your car. Make sure you keep a tool like this within reach at all times, otherwise you may never get to it in time and they won't work underwater. Again, you will have to act quickly. There are a variety of tools you can research for purchase which uses a spring-loaded mechanism to shatter glass. If you ever practice using such a tool to break a window make sure you use the appropriate safety equipment to protect yourself from injury.
* Suggestion #4 -- Children First. Everybody should go out their own window if possible, but the kids are going to have a harder time fighting though the rush of water, so push them out if you have to. Starting with the oldest kids and taking the youngest out in your arms.
* Suggestion #5 -- Get out. Swim through the broken window as fast as possible. If you've not been able to get that window rolled down or broken, you'll still have a chance to escape. Once the water fills the car, the pressure will be equalized and you will be able to open the door and swim to safety.

As always take care and stay safe!!!

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Sex Offender Notification (Photo) - 12/01/17

DATE: 11/28/2017

Marion County Sheriff's Office is releasing the following information pursuant to ORS 181.507, OAR 291-28-30, which authorizes Parole and Probation to inform the public when the release of information will enhance public safety and protection.

The individual who appears on this notification has been convicted of a sex offense that requires registration with the Sheriff's Office. Additionally, this person's criminal history places them in a classification level which reflects the potential to re-offend. This notification is not intended to increase fear; rather, it is our belief that an informed public is a safer public.

NAME: William Blizzard
SID#: 11749027
DOB: 7/22/1977
CURRENT AGE: 40

RACE: W SEX: M
HEIGHT: 6'2" WEIGHT: 190 lbs
HAIR: BRO EYES: BLU

RESIDENCE: 132 Horeb St. #2
Gates, OR 97346

William Blizzard is on Post Prison Supervision for the crimes of: SODO I, INCEST, UNLAWFUL USE OF VEHICLE AND MAIL THEFT

This person was granted supervision on: 2/16/2012
Supervision expiration date is: 10/10/2023

Special restrictions include:
[X] No contact with minors (male/female)
[X] Sex offender treatment
[X] Submit to polygraph

Other: Blizzard's victim pool includes adult males and females known to him.

Parole & Probation Deputy: MEGHAN SCHREINER
Phone: 503-566-6936
E-Mail: mschreiner@co.marion.or.us

Deputies Investigating After Two People Found Shot (Turner) **Update** - 11/30/17

Today, November 30th at 3:00 p.m., Clayton Stanfill, age 53, of Turner was arraigned at the Marion County Circuit Court annex on an indictment issued by a grand jury for murder. The indictment was related to the October 15th shooting investigation where Judy Stanfill, age 52, was found deceased in her residence in the 5000 block of Ash Street in Turner.

The Sheriff's Office is not prepared to release any details pertaining to the investigation and will be referring any future release or media inquiries to the Marion County District Attorney's Office.

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Sex Offender Notification (Photo) - 11/30/17

DATE: 11/28/2017

Marion County Sheriff's Office is releasing the following information pursuant to ORS181.507, OAR 291-28-30, which authorizes Parole and Probation to inform the public when the release of information will enhance public safety and protection.

The individual who appears on this notification has been convicted of a sex offense that requires registration with the Sheriff's Office. Additionally, this person's criminal history places them in a classification level which reflects the potential to re-offend. This notification is not intended to increase fear; rather, it is our belief that an informed public is a safer public.

NAME: Sabre Eddings
SID#: 5747265
DOB: 01/04/1955
CURRENT AGE: 062

RACE: W SEX: M
HEIGHT: 5' 06'' WEIGHT: 195lbs
HAIR: BRO EYES: BLU

RESIDENCE: 2455 Silverton Rd NE, Salem, OR 97305

Sabre Eddings is on Post Prison Supervision for the crime (s) of : PUB INDEC

This person was granted Supervision on: 10/14/2016
Supervision expiration date is: 10/13/2018

Special restrictions include:
[X] No contact with minors (male/female)
[X] Sex offender treatment
[X] Submit to polygraph
[X] No alcohol

Other: Eddings' victim pool includes adult and juvenile males and juvenile females.

Parole & Probation Deputy: JORDAN JUSTER
Phone: 503-316-6692
E-Mail: jjuster@co.marion.or.us

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Bus Strikes Home (North East Salem) (Photo) - 11/27/17

Today at 2:30 p.m., deputies with the Marion County Sheriff's Office were called to the 4700 block of Fuhrer Avenue NE after a Cherry Lift bus ran into a house. When deputies arrived they found the bus driver was the sole occupant in the vehicle, when he experienced a medical issue causing him to crash.

The only resident inside of the home was not injured. The bus driver was taken to a local hospital to be treated, his condition is unknown. The bus has been removed from the residence and deputies have cleared the scene. The Sheriff's Office does not anticipate any further releases.

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Deputies Investigating Fatal Motor Vehicle Crash (Lyons) (Photo) - 11/22/17

Today at 3:30 p.m., deputies with the Marion County Sheriff's Office were called to the North Fork Road SE, near mile post 4.5 on a reported single vehicle crash. When fire personnel and deputies arrived they determined the driver and sole occupant of the vehicle had died as a result of the crash.

Deputies believe the vehicle was west bound on North Fork Road when it left the roadway and impacted a tree, deputies do believe speed played a factor in the crash. The Sheriff's Office is not currently prepared to share any information regarding the vehicle or the driver until next of kin can be notified. An additional release will follow once more information is available that time frame is not yet known.

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Vehicle Found Submerged In the Willamette River (Jefferson) (Photo) - 11/22/17

The driver of the vehicle found submerged in the Willamette River has been identified as Anne Marie Rose, age 89, of Salem. Investigators believe Ms. Rose was operating her vehicle when she accidently drove into the water at the entrance to the Buena Vista Ferry.

The Sheriff's Office would like to send its condolences to Ms. Rose's family and thank the below agencies for their assistance in the recovery of Ms. Rose and her vehicle.

Linn County Sheriff's Office Dive Team
Jefferson Fire Department
Marion County Medical Examiner's Office
Marion county District Attorney's Office
BC Towing


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Last night, November 21st, at around 8:00 p.m., a ferry boat operator located a vehicle submerged in the Santiam River near the Buena Vista Ferry ramp. Deputies arrived on scene a short time later and with the assistance of fire personnel located the vehicle and what appeared to be a deceased, elderly person inside. Due to the darkness, cold weather and fast current deputies could not safely bring in a dive team to recover the vehicle.

This morning at 8:00 a.m., a dive team with the Linn County Sheriff's Office responded to the scene and assisted in the recovery of the vehicle and the person inside. At this point deputies are investigating the case as a tragic accident. Deputies are not prepared to release any information pertaining to the driver or the vehicle until next of kin can be notified. More information will be released as it become available.

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Marion County Deputies Adding Patrols Thanksgiving Weekend (Photo) - 11/21/17

The Marion County Sheriff's Office is adding extra DUII patrols to our roadways over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend. Starting November 23rd and ending November 26th, your deputy sheriff's will be working extra hours to detect and arrest intoxicated drivers enhancing the safety of our resident and vacationing motorists.

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, during the Thanksgiving holiday weekend in 2015 (6 pm on Wednesday, November 25, to 5:59 am on Monday, November 30), there were 301 passenger vehicle occupants killed in traffic crashes across the nation. So please, if you chose to celebrate at a football game or over a good holiday dinner, have a plan to get home safely.

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Single Vehicle Crash Kills Two (Woodburn) (Photo) - 11/18/17

This morning around 9:45 a.m., deputies with the Marion County Sheriff's Office were called to the 2500 block of East Lincoln Street near Woodburn, after a resident found a badly damaged vehicle in their farm field. When deputies arrived they began to investigate and discovered two adult men deceased inside the cab of the truck.

Deputies believe the men were traveling east on East Lincoln when they failed to negotiate a curve launching them over an estimated 80 foot embankment, causing the vehicle to roll onto its top and killing both occupants instantly. Deputies believe the crash occurred sometime over night and speed is being investigated as a factor. The Sheriff's Office does not intend to release any names associated with the crash until next of kin notification can be made.

Man Arrested After Making Threats on Local College Campus - 11/16/17

Today at 10:00 a.m., an employee at the Brooks Campus of Chemeketa Community College was approached by a male who made verbal threats to harm her. At the time of the incident approximately 40 deputy Sheriff's with the Marion County Sheriff's Office were on campus training and she reported the activity directly to them.

The campus and surrounding area was asked to lockdown while deputies searched the area. At 10:49 a.m., Jose Lara-Anaya, age 39, of Woodburn was located near the campus and arrested for the crimes of disorderly conduct and menacing. Mr. Lara-Anaya is a transient who was intoxicated and suffering from what appeared to be mental health issues.

Currently Mr. Lara-Anaya is being taken to the Marion County Jail where he will be lodged and given a mental health evaluation. Deputies would like to thank Chemeketa Community College, Salem Police Mobile Crisis Response Team and local businesses who provided information that aided in locating Mr. Lara-Anaya.

Mr. Lara-Anaya booking image will be available once he has been processed at the Marion County Jail. Please watch our web page for updates.