BRIEFLY.Byline: The Register-Guard
Armed men sought
in Barker Road break-in
The Lane County Sheriff's Office was searching for two men late Tuesday who broke into a home on Barker Road, firing a weapon as they fled.
Shortly before 3:30 p.m., a 64-year-old man said he returned home after working in his pasture and found two armed men inside the house. One of the weapons fired as the men fled. No one was injured.
The men left in a dirty red or maroon maroon, term for a fugitive slave in the 17th and 18th cent. in the West Indies and Guiana, or for a descendant of such slaves. They were called marron by the French and cimarrón by the Spanish. 1990s sports coupe with a partial license plate of either 757 or 755.
Anyone with information is asked to call the Lane County Sheriff's Office tip line at 682-4167.
Police say second car may be tied to accident
Eugene police have located what may be a second car involved in a vehicle-pedestrian accident Monday that sent a man to the hospital with critical injuries.
Police found a gold Honda Accord The examples and perspective in this article or section may not represent a worldwide view of the subject.
Please [ improve this article] or discuss the issue on the talk page. that may have been following 25-year-old Christopher Jacob Aldridge of Eugene before he ran across the 900 block of West Seventh Avenue at 5:45 p.m. and was hit by a car. Aldridge was taken to Sacred Heart Medical Center Sacred Heart Medical Center may refer to:
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The driver of the car that struck Aldridge waited for police to arrive and is not being charged or cited in the crash. Investigators are interviewing witnesses, gathering evidence from the Honda and trying to determine why the car may have been following Aldridge, police said.
Anyone with information related to the crash is asked to contact the Eugene Police at 682-5111.
Eugene man cited
in motorcycle chase
A 19-year-old Eugene resident was cited for reckless driving reckless driving n. operation of an automobile in a dangerous manner under the circumstances, including speeding (or going too fast for the conditions, even though within the posted speed limit), driving after drinking (but not drunk), having too many passengers in and eluding e·lude
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1. To evade or escape from, as by daring, cleverness, or skill: The suspect continues to elude the police.
2. an officer Monday night after he led Oregon State Police on a 150-mph chase near Salem.
At 6:48 p.m., Oregon State Police Capt. Calvin Curths was southbound in a construction work zone on Interstate 5 near Kuebler Boulevard when a 2006 Kawasaki Ninja "Ninja" is the name of a series of Kawasaki sport bikes, that started with the GPZ900R. Comprised bikes
The motorcyclist, who police later identified as Ryan N. Lewis of Eugene, accelerated quickly to speeds near 100 mph as police attempted to stop him. During the next two miles, police said Lewis sped up to an estimated 150 mph, passing at least one vehicle inside the median before going out of sight, and police decided to end their pursuit.
Using information from the motorcycle's license plate, troopers Troopers in the United States civilian police forces usually refer to members of state highway patrols, state patrols, or state police agenciess. tracked Lewis to a home on Country Lane in Eugene at 10:20 p.m., where they found the motorcycle hidden behind the house. Lewis is scheduled to appear in Marion County Marion County is the name of seventeen counties in the United States of America, mostly named for General Francis Marion:
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