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Inmate Walks Away from Transition Center **Correction** (Photo) - 03/21/19

**Devore walked away on 03/20/19 at 10:00 p.m.**

On 03/20/2019 at 10:00 p.m., Tristen Leigh Devore, age 31 walked away from the Marion County Sheriff’s Office Transition Center.  Ms. Devore is a white, female, adult, with dark hair and blue eyes, she is 5’06” tall and weighs 160 pounds. Ms. Devor is transient and may be in or around the Salem area.     

Ms. Devor was serving a sentence for Theft, Burglary and the Fraudulent Use of a Credit Card, she was scheduled to be released on 03/22/2019. 

The Sheriff’s Office Transition Center provides an intermediate sanction between Jail and Probation. Unlike the Jail, the Transition Center provides minimum-security supervision. Residents are expected to work, either at their own jobs, or by performing community services.

If you see or know the location of Ms. Devore please call the Sheriff’s Office at 503 588 5032. 

Attached Media Files: Devore.jpg
Crash Closes Howell Prairie Road (Silverton) (Photo) ***Correction*** - 03/11/19

*********Spelling error corrected and detail on number of occupants added*********

A single vehicle crash has Howell Prairie Road between Silverton Road and Hazelgreen Road closed.  The driver who was resuscitated by a witness and a deputy Sheriff, has been taken by Life Flight to Salem Hospital. The driver was the only occupant in the vehicle.

Deputies will have the road closed for approximately 1 hour while they conduct their investigation.  Deputies are being assisted on scene by the Silverton Fire Department.   

Attached Media Files: Crash_1.jpg , Crash_2.jpg
Deputies Need Help Finding Missing Man with Dementia ***Located*** (Photo) - 03/09/19

Mr. Wolfe has been located in the 1000 block of Drift Creek Road SE near Silverton.  Mr. Wolfe was stuck in the snow, a resident in the area found him, took him in and alerted family.  Thank you to all those who helped share this information and kept a sharp eye out.  


Lloyd Wolfe, age 91, of Aumsville is missing from his home in the 7000 block of Rustique Rd Se.  Mr. Wolfe is a white, male, adult, with white hair and blue eyes. He stands 5’10” tall and weighs 174 pounds.  Mr. Wolfe was last seen wearing a white tee shirt, blue jeans, brown shoes and possibly a gray sweatshirt.

Mr. Wolfe was last seen on 03/08/19 at around 8:00 p.m. , he has no cell phone and it is unknown where he may be traveling to.  Mr. Wolfe has dementia and trouble walking, he is believed to be driving his silver, 2001, Chrysler PT Cruiser, Oregon vanity license plate number BUDSPT.  Mr. Wolfe is a regular at the Stayton McDonalds, if you have seen Mr. Wolfe or his vehicle please call 911.

Attached Media Files: Wolfe.jpeg
Two Men in Custody After Burglary (Silverton) (Photo) - 03/06/19

Two men are in custody after a late afternoon burglary, in large part to a quality alarm and video system and a little luck.  Lawrence Hammond, age 33 and Eugene Schott, age 53 are under arrest and being taken to the Marion County Jail.

At 1:30 p.m., today, a resident in the 2600 block of Drift Creek Road NE called to report a male had just broken into his home.  The resident had a camera with a live feed and an alarm that alerted him to the break in.  The resident in turn called deputies with the Sheriff’s Office who responded to the scene. 

By the time the deputies arrived the suspects were gone.  Through the video deputies captured quality images of the vehicle and a suspect.  A short time later, deputies located the vehicle in the 8800 block of Silverton Road NE and arrested Hammond and Schott.   Hammond and Schott will be lodged at the Marion County Jail for the crime of Burglary I. 

**Booking images are from previous arrests**

Attached Media Files: Schott.jpg , Hammond.jpg , Arrest.jpg