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Oregon City Police Hosting Semi-Annual Shred Event and Cell Phone Recycling Event - 03/24/15
Oregon City Police Department will be hosting the semi-annual Shred Event and Cell Phone Recycling Event on Saturday, April 25, 2015 from 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM in the Police Department parking lot located at 320 Warner Milne Road.

Items will be shredded on site by Enviro Shred NW. The event provides the chance to protect your personal identity and to keep your personal information out of the trash. Paperclips and staples are OK. No items such as CD's, rubber bands, plastic covers, or garbage can be in with the paper to be shredded. Two (2) containers person will be accepted at no charge (maximum container size is a 10" x 12" x 15" corrugated storage box). There is a $1.00 charge for each additional container, but there is no limit on the number of boxes you may bring in.

All money collected, including donations, will be applied to our Crime Prevention fund. The Oregon City Police Department is also an official cell phone drop off location for the 911 Cell Phone Bank. The phones will be used to assist those in need, such as victims of abuse and senior citizens.

For more information contact the Community Outreach and Crime Prevention Office at 503-496-1681 or cwadsworth@orcity.org
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Masked burglar captured after confrontation with delivery driver (Photo) - 03/16/15
On March 16, 2015, at about 0458 HRS, OCPD received a call of a commercial burglary in progress at Coffee Rush, 900 Main St., Oregon City. The R/P was a delivery driver for the business. When he entered the business for his delivery he was unexpectedly met inside the business by 51-year-old, Mr. Anthony Brown who was wearing a ski mask at the time. Mr. Brown pushed the informant down as he exited the business and fled the scene. OCPD officers were nearby and arrived within a minute of being dispatched. CCSO and Gladstone PD responded to assist. The perimeter officers contained the suspect and located him about 5 minutes later along the steep embankment between Singer Hill and the McLoughlin house. Mr. Brown was taken into custody at about 0517 HRS. Mr. Brown was found in possession of stolen property from Coffee Rush on his person. Other evidence of the burglary was located nearby. Mr. Brown was lodged at CCJ for Robbery III - $15,000 bail, Burglary II - $15,000 bail, Theft II - $7,500 bail, and a no bail Parole Violation for Burglary II out of Multnomah County. Mr. Brown is a person of interest in several other commercial burglaries in Clackamas County, Oregon City, Milwaukie, and Lake Oswego. Agencies are continuing their investigations on those burglaries. If anyone has any information about Mr. Anthony Brown they are asked to call the Oregon City Police Dept. tip line at 503-496-1616, OCPD case # 15-962.
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