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Crime Oregon sheriff deputies make 21 arrests in wildfire evacuation zones

21:16  22 september  2020
21:16  22 september  2020 Source:   foxnews.com

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Deputies made more than 20 arrests in two weeks in wildfire evacuation zones in Clackamas County. Deputies learned the car, a blue Ford Focus, was reported stolen from a Molalla home while the owner was evacuated . The owner had returned to finder her car missing and reported it to the

21, deputies made 21 arrests in areas threatened by the wildfires , according to the sheriff ’s office. Some people were arrested on multiple charges The number of arrests and crime reports made in Clackamas County Level 2 and Level 3 evacuation zones from Sept. 8-21, compared to stats from

An Oregon sheriff’s department arrested 21 people in Level 2 and 3 wildfire evacuation zones over the past two weeks on various charges involving alleged looters accused of trespassing and stealing property left behind by homeowners who fled from the blaze.

a car parked in a parking lot: Oregon Office of Emergency Management director Andrew Phelps discusses the 500,000 residents under evacuation alerts in his state, calling it 'incomprehensible.' © Provided by FOX News Oregon Office of Emergency Management director Andrew Phelps discusses the 500,000 residents under evacuation alerts in his state, calling it 'incomprehensible.'

The Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office said Monday that from 6 a.m. Sept. 8 to 4 p.m. Sept. 21 – a period spanning 14 days and 6 hours -- deputies made 21 arrests in Level 2 and Level 3 evacuation zones, with some suspects booked on multiple charges.

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MAPS: Wildfires , evacuation zones around Oregon . MAP: Air quality conditions in Oregon . Sheriff Craig Roberts urged residents to stay out of Level 3 evacuation areas and respect road closures. 8 and Sept. 21, deputies made 21 arrests in areas threatened by the wildfires , according to the

Large-scale evacuations throughout Oregon have been prompted by multiple wildfires in the state. Multnomah County Sheriff Mike Reese had issued a public warning last week telling people that Fifteen arrests have been made in connection with looting in evacuation zones , Roberts said, and

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Charges included criminal trespassing, second-degree burglary, possession of burglary tools/ theft device, possession of stolen property, recklessly endangering, first-degree theft, unlawful possession of a firearm, a felon in possession of a restricted weapon, resisting arrest, possession of heroin and meth and interfering with a peace officer.

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Deputies have also taken 54 criminal reports in these evacuation zones, and there have been 743 self-initiated activity calls in the area, including 96 subject stops, 99 premise checks, 295 traffic stops, and 253 suspicious vehicle stops. Deputies have also conducted 94 welfare checks and unaccounted person follow-ups, according to the sheriff’s office’s latest update.

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MAPS: Wildfires , evacuation zones around Oregon . MAP: Air quality conditions in Oregon . Before the most imminent evacuation orders were placed for towns up Santiam Canyon in Marion County 21, deputies made 21 arrests in areas threatened by the wildfires , according to the sheriff 's office.

During the same time period in 2019, deputies made 13 arrests in these same patrol areas, completed 16 crime reports, engaged in 148 self-initiated activities, and made 28 welfare checks and follow-ups.

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More than 500,000 people in Oregon are under evacuation orders as wildfires continued to race through That includestwo people who died in a fire east of Salem, Oregon , Marion County Sheriff Joe In California, which has already endured three of the top four largest wildfires in its history this

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Clackamas County is third-most populous county in Oregon with more than 375,000 residents and borders nearby Multnomah County, where Portland is located.

Last week, Clackamas County Sheriff Craig Roberts said his office received reports that armed individuals have been illegally stopping drivers in evacuations zones at gunpoint to ward away potential looters. He said people should stop and call the sheriff's office to report suspicious activity instead, as some drivers may be returning home to retrieve personal items.

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Photos showed signs posted on properties between the towns of Colton and Estacada warning that looters and arsonists would be shot.

Eleven fires remained actively burning in Oregon as of Monday, according to the latest update from the Oregon Office of Emergency Management. One million acres have burned statewide since Sept. 8, and at least 2,268 residences, as well as at least 1,556 structures have been destroyed. Nine people have died statewide and at least five remain missing.

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