Byline: The Register-Guard
Man accused of firing through neighbor's door
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Investigators had not immediately determined why Robert Michael Dr. Robert Michael is an American historian. He currently is Professor Emeritus of European History at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, where he has taught about the Holocaust for nearly thirty years. Jablonski Sr., 48, knocked on the neighbor's door and then fired the shots when the neighbor did not respond.
The neighbor fled to a nearby residence to report the incident. Police closed streets leading into the area and ordered nearby residents to remain in their homes before they contacted Jablonski inside his home in the 100 block of Lea Avenue.
Jablonski surrendered without incident. Other occupants of his house, including three adults and one infant, were not injured. The streets were reopened around 4:30 p.m.
Woman arrested after fleeing from police
SPRINGFIELD - A short pursuit reaching speeds of 70 mph ended in the arrest of a woman in an allegedly stolen vehicle Tuesday around 4 p.m.
The red 1995 Ford Taurus Not to be confused with Ford Taunus.
The Ford Taurus is currently a full-size, front-wheel drive or all wheel drive automobile manufactured by the Ford Motor Company in North America. driven by Heather McCoy, 21, was reported stolen Monday night, Springfield police said.
McCoy did not yield when a Lane County sheriff's deputy attempted to pull the car over for an alleged equipment violation near 17th Street and Hayden Bridge Way.
McCoy was the vehicle's lone occupant occupant n. 1) someone living in a residence or using premises, as a tenant or owner. 2) a person who takes possession of real property or a thing which has no known owner, intending to gain ownership. (See: occupancy) and led police through several neighborhoods before stopping the car and fleeing on foot. A brief search of the area led sheriff's deputies and Springfield police to a residence on L Street, according to the Lane County Sheriff's Office.
Police found McCoy hiding in a bedroom and arrested her on suspicion of unauthorized use of a vehicle, outstanding warrants and several charges related to the pursuit. She was lodged at the Lane County Jail.