Shooter stocked up on ammunition just days before attack

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — The man who killed two people and wounded another at a suburban Oregon mall bought more than 100 rounds of ammunition and magazines to carry them in just days before the December attack, according to a sheriff’s report released yesterday. 22 year old Jacob Roberts fired into crowds of people...
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Morning News Updates – 5.2.2013

Here’s the latest updates from the Newstalk 1150 KAGO newsdesk:
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Bend couple on their way to prison in real estate scam

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore.- A Bend couple is going to prison in connection with a scheme that ripped off almost $6 million from real estate investors. 49 year old Tamara Sawyer, a former real estate broker, was sentenced to nine years in prison yesterday in Eugene. Her husband, 60 year old former Bend Police Captain...
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3 new suspects in custody in Boston Bombing case

UPDATE: The FBI has identified 2 of the 3 suspects that are custody in connection with the Boston Bombing case. Azamat Tazhayako and Dias Kadyrbayev were classmates of  Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, and were from Kazakhstan. A third unidentified US citizen is also in custody. They are expected in court this afternoon.  The students face charges...
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Illegal immigrants will be able to get 4 year driver’s licenses in Oregon

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — Tens of thousands of immigrants living in Oregon illegally will be able to get four-year driver’s licenses starting Jan. 1 under a bill that the legislature approved by the House yesterday. The House passed the measure in a 38-20 vote after more than an hour of debate. Gov. John Kitzhaber...
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Budget committee looks at Senior Center meal funding cuts

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — After five hours of concerned locals in Klamath Falls talking to the budget committee about their desire to not end the Senior Center Meal on Wheels program, no decision has been made yet on whether the program will end. Klamath County Commissioner Jim Bellet put out boxes of TV dinners...
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Environmental protesters may be liable for costs if bill passes

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — Two new bills passed the Oregon House and are on their way to the Senate that will allow lumber companies to sue environmental protesters. House Bill 2595, which passed 51-4, would make it a crime to interfere with state forestland management. House Bill 2596, which passed 43-12, would enable private...
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Town of Jefferson plans to kill wild turkeys to thin flock

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — The city of Jefferson is bringing in a hunter to shoot three male turkeys this week as part of an effort to reduce the turkey population. There are about 60 wild turkeys living within city limits, and the town needs to thin them out. The birds tend to disperse when...
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Man accused of attempted murder arraigned

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – The man arrested following the discovery of a body in Sprague River has been arraigned. According to the Herald and News, 25-year-old Teel Blue Gentry chose not to enter a plea on Monday afternoon. He’s charged with attempted aggravated murder after authorities discovered 36-year-old Derrick William Forste dead from gunshot wounds...
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Police chase leads to arrests

CENTRAL POINT, Ore. — After leading authorities on a chase in a stolen pick-up, Jackson County officers have arrested two men. Sheriff’s spokeswoman Andrea Carlson says a deputy tried to stop the driver early Monday after seeing him ignore a stop sign. Spike strips were used at several intersections before the front tire finally deflated...
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