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Traffic Safety Patrols PSA - 04/15/24

The Keizer Police Department is staffing extra traffic safety patrols which are funded by an Oregon Department of Transportation grant and they will run through April 30th. While the focus will be on distracted driving awareness, officers will also educate drivers and enforce other traffic-related violations.  Last month, these extra patrols issued (23) warnings and (7) citations for speed and other various traffic violations.  

Keizer Station Fight Ends in Arrests - 03/26/24

Keizer Police Detectives have arrested four juveniles and one adult on charges stemming from an altercation that occurred on March 15th around 7:05 pm in front of Keizer Station’s Massage Envy.  Keizer case 24-3982.

The four Salem juvenile residents included two fourteen-year-old males and two fifteen-year-old males. Each were charged with riot and assault in the third degree.  All were taken to the Marion County Juvenile Department and released to intake staff.

A twenty-year-old male Salem resident was also charged with riot and assault in the third degree.  He was transported to the Marion County Correctional Facility and released to intake staff. 

The victim, a twenty-six-year-old male Salem resident was transported to the Salem Emergency Department and was later released.

This case has been forwarded to the Marion County District Attorney’s Office for review and prosecution. Further questions regarding this case should be directed to their office.