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2008.11.26 22:55 Eugene, OR

Eugene, Oregon and all of Lane County. UO students should try /UofO

2014.09.30 20:28 WNW3 Eugene Invite Only

Evil Cabal!

2023.05.21 23:53 Paniyana WEBPUNK Terraformed Moon Map YEAR 2279

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2023.05.03 09:50 Senior-Energy-4498 SAFE Banking Act welcomed by local cannabis dispensaries

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2023.03.09 01:42 nogero Here is a guy breaking car windows and stealing, busted 3 times in 36 hours

How do these guys walk free?
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2023.02.23 01:09 Prestigious-Packrat LCC Lockdown Lifted

Everybody safe, nobody hurt. Hug your family and loved ones extra tight.
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2023.02.22 18:39 Jaded_Smoke_876 Self Serve Gas up for debate again.

I was very much anti-self serve for a long time, but now see the convenience of pumping my own gas. HB 2426 would allow stations to have self service for half their pumps.
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2023.01.25 03:24 lilyhasskilly Search and Rescue near North Bank McMenamin's finds dead body

Saw Search and Rescue + EPD off of Club Rd for multiple hours today, was hoping it wouldn't be bad news :(
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2023.01.18 09:54 JohnEBest case coming up in Oregon

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2023.01.17 17:06 footphungi AMormons overstepping boundaries

Saw this in the local news.
KVAL: City: Eugene church cuts down city trees without permit. https://kval.com/news/local/city-eugene-church-cuts-down-city-trees-without-permit
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2022.12.24 08:05 gingermonkey1 Housing Vouchers for Houseless Vets in Willamette Valley Area of Oregon

Several counties in the Willamette Valley Oregon metro area will receive federal funds to help our houseless/homeless veterans. Per the article, “The vouchers will also ensure that homeless veterans will also have access to support service from the Department of Veterans Affairs.”
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2022.10.31 01:22 BerlinLoveLobster Erin Slinde KVAL Eugene, OR

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2022.10.25 20:34 Apisatrox Sinclair news would like your opinion today on the summer of 2020 it seems.

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2022.10.23 17:48 Dependent-Interview2 Sinclair Media is the epitome of asshole design

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2022.10.07 23:21 Leather_Focus_6535 Joe Son was an actor and martial artist who was convicted of kidnapping and raping a woman and killing his cellmate

Sorry for the lousy title of this post, couldn't think of anything better for it.
Anyways, Joe Son was an actor famous for his role as Random Task in the 1997 Austin Powers film and his disastrous MMA career. In 1990, prior to his acting and martial artist careers, he and his accomplice Santiago Gaitan kidnapped a then 19 year old Californian woman at gunpoint. They dragged her into their car and sodomized her with their gun. The two even threatened to toss the victim off a cliff at one point during the abduction and assaults.
After assaulting her for hours, the two left the woman for dead. She survived the attack and was taken to the hospital by some bystanders. Authorities took DNA samples off her, but weren't able to find a match. It went unsolved for years until Son was arrested for an unrelated vandalism charge in 2008.
When his DNA was filled into the system, it matched DNA samples from the 1990 abduction. As California's stature of limitations for rape had long since experienced by then, Son was simply charged with torture. His charges had the potential for a 275 year sentencing, but was given 7 years to life.
A month after his sentencing was finalized in 2011, Son beat his cellmate, 50 year old Michael Thomas Graham, to death. Graham was a convicted sex offender who was imprisoned for failing to register. Initially, prosecutors considering pushing a death sentence, but the charges were dumbed down to manslaughter. Son proclaimed he only "acted out of self defense and poor mental health."
In 2017, he received a further 27 years to life sentence for that killing. As of writing, Son is serving his sentencing at California State Prison.
2.A recording of Joe Son being interrogated by police
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2022.09.17 16:55 Huckleberry9220 Kyle Richard Dinneen

Kyle Richard Dinneen
Birth: November 24, 1989
Disappearance Location: Roseburg, Oregon
Disappearance Date: November 27, 2014
Age at time of disappearance: 25
Hair: Brown
Eyes: Blue
Height: 5'11"
Weight: 170 pounds
Sex: Male
Race: White
Kyle Richard Dinneen was last seen on Thursday, November 27, 2014 in Roseburg, Oregon. He was wearing a white coat with yellow stripes down the sleeves, a black shirt and blue jeans. He had unspecified mental health and medical issues at the time of his disappearance.
Kyle left his mother's residence on North Umpqua Highway on foot after getting into an argument with his brother. He has never been seen or heard from again.
Very little details were released about Kyle's disappearance, but his case remains active and unsolved. If you have any information on the disappearance or whereabouts of Kyle Richard Dinneen, please contact the Douglas County Sheriff's Office at 541-817-4137 or your local FBI office. ** I do all the research myself and the information on the case is from online sources and may or may not be correct.

Sources: https://kval.com/news/local/have-you-seen-him-roseburg-man-25-missing-since-november-28 https://charleyproject.org/case/kyle-richard-dinneen https://www.facebook.com/Kyle-Dinneen-of-Oregon-is-Missing-1651089368469410/
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2022.08.26 23:21 Quirky-Motor In 1968, 8 year old David William Adams made the short journey to his home from a friend's house less than 1/4 mile away, but he never made it home. David disappeared in what is believed to be the oldest child abduction in Washington state. This is an EXTENSIVE write up on the case of David Adams.

Sofia Juarez, Lindsay Baum, Sky Metawala, Teekah Lewis and so many more... all of these children vanished from the state of Washington… but have you heard of the case of David William Adams? David Adams was only 8 years old when he was abducted from his neighborhood, yet few know his name or his story, which is the oldest and coldest child disappearance in Washington State.
David William Adams was born on January 26th, 1960 to Ann and Don Adams. He was the second of six children, including a sister who was born four years after his disappearance. Ann describes her son like any other boy, sweet and mischievous at the same time. He liked to tease his sister Jill and play with other kids. Don, the family patriarch, was a Boeing employee but he was also a veteran and in the Air Force reserves. The family settled down in Bellevue, Washington, a large suburb east of Seattle where they lived for a number of years before moving to Issaquah, Washington in April of 1968.
Issaquah lies 17 miles east of Seattle in the foothills of the Cascade mountains. Although now a very suburban area, in 1968, it boasted only 3,900 total residents, rather than the bustling suburb it is today. The Adams family moved to the area thinking it was safe and small, a better place to raise a family than the city and they were familiar with the area having worshiped at the Issaquah LDS church for some time. Because of this history, the kids already had friends in the area, at school, and in the neighborhood. David settled in well to his 3rd grade class at Clark Elementary and a friend from church, 6 year old Kevin Bryce, lived only a block away from Adams’ home so David always had a friend to play with. The boys had known each other for years and had even gone to each other's birthday parties.
Friday, May 3rd, 1968 was no different than any other day. It was a lovely spring day, sunny and in the high 50s with no chance of rain. David's mother, Ann, continued to unpack boxes from the move, Don was in Oklahoma for training before he was due to serve a tour in Vietnam, and the school aged siblings all rode their school buses to Clark Elementary school. At around 3 pm, the bus dropped Stephen (the oldest), David, and their other siblings off after school on SE Tiger Mountain Road. The Adams’ lived on 240th street, a neighborhood just off Tiger Mountain Road, a thoroughfare that skirts the mountain. David dropped his things at home and then asked his mother to play at Kevin Bryce's home, which was less than ¼ mile away on a gravel track which is now 241st street. Ann told David he could go play but he needed to be home at 5 pm to have dinner because the family needed to go to JC Penney to buy shoes after dinner. They had to drive to Bellevue for this errand so dinner had to be early and quick. David agreed and took the 10ish minute trek to Kevin Bryce’s home.
In order to get there, David didn’t walk along the road, but rather took a shortcut, a path that weaved through several neighbors’ lots, across a field, over a tiny stream, and finally into the back of the Bryce family’s yard. It was a well beaten path that David and the neighbors knew well. There were only about three homes between the two residences. Some online sources say that you could see the Adams’ house from the Bryce house, but this isn’t true. The homes are close, but the thick trees and underbrush block the view. A picture of David's approximate route can be found below in the imgur link.
Once he arrived, Kevin and David played for an hour or so. Kevin’s older brother Steven (9) and Kevin’s father, who has never been named publicly, were also at home at the time. At around 5 pm, Ann called the Bryce home and said that it was time for David to return for dinner. David asked to stay, but his mom said no, citing the errand and David began to walk home. According to some sources, Kevin walked David to the small bridge over 15 Mile Creek, at the time only a trickle, and the two said their goodbyes. Steven and his father watched from the kitchen window as David headed home. This was the last time David Adams was ever seen.
At 5:15, Ann called the Bryce home again and explained that David needed to come home immediately. When she learned that David had left promptly after her first phone call, she started to search the neighborhood, the trail, and the surrounding lots. Within an hour the whole neighborhood was searching the wooded area between the two homes. Around 7 pm, the police were notified and the official search for David Adams began around 11 pm, although volunteers began to gather and search hours earlier.
The story didn’t break in the papers until the next day and even then headlines reported that David was “lost.” Issaquah’s remoteness was over exaggerated in the Seattle and Tacoma papers and original stories made it seem like David had gotten disoriented in the vast wilderness. These misconceptions have bled into reporting today with even the Doe Network until very recently, reporting that David went missing while hiking with his family on Tiger Mountain. Rumors swirled that David had been eaten by a bear, snatched by a cougar, swallowed by quicksand or was stuck in a mineshaft. The area, while wooded, was a neighborhood, not a national park.
For four days hundreds of volunteers as well as deputies from the sheriff’s department combed the area. Most of the early volunteers came from the Adams’ church, with congregations as far away as Seattle joining forces to find the boy. As Kevin Bryce recalled years later “When you tell the Mormons you need a couple people, you get a couple hundred.” After the first day, the search area widened to a larger area of Tiger Mountain as the number of searchers swelled to 1,000 people. The Red Cross set up a soup kitchen in the Adams’ driveway, and two different locations served as bases for the search.
A grid search was completed of the route David would have walked home but no one found anything. A well near the Adams’ property was also searched but it was empty and investigators thought it was too small to fit a child in the first place. Within a few days police began to court the possibility that David may have gotten lost in the wider area after running away or deciding to play in the woods a little farther from home. Don Adams was given leave and returned to Washington to search for his son. Military helicopters with infrared technology, a new invention at the time, were used to search from the air. Divers searched the deep pools of nearby Issaquah creek. Police Bloodhounds and German Shepherds traveled from Seattle, but even with the help of helicopters and dogs no trace of David was discovered.
Three days after he was last seen, on May 6th, police started to court the ideas that something more sinister may have befallen the 3rd grader and neighbors were brought in for more formal questioning. Neighbors reported that at about 5 pm the day David vanished, a young man who resembled a 20 year old who lived in one of the homes between the Adams’ and Bryce houses was seen walking down Tiger Mountain Road SE, meaning he was home at the approximate time David vanished. Bloodhounds, who were using David’s bed sheets as a reference, tracked David’s scent to this home, but a search of the property revealed nothing further. It is unclear how thorough this search was, but reports make it sound like a preliminary search around the outside of the home. On May 6th, this man, (who has never been named publically) who I will referred to as “T”, was formally questioned. T told police that the situation was so stressful he had been taking tranquilizers for a few days and interrogators noted in their file that he was “evasive.” Two weeks later, this neighbor aged 20, left for a tour in Vietnam as he had previously joined the navy and T faded into nothing more than a quick note in a bare bones police file, which had slowly morphed from a search and rescue operation to a criminal inquiry.
A week after his last known sighting one newspaper suggested that David had run away with a girlfriend. This idea was bolstered by a sighting in nearby Buckley, WA. Someone reported seeing a small boy walking down the highway on the morning of May 4th at 2:30 am. The sighting wasn’t reported for a few days until the driver saw the news of David’s disappearance. For a few days, investigators believed it was possible that this was David. Buckley is a 35 minute drive or 7 hour walk away from David’s last reported sighting. But as quickly as this story arose, it soon faded from the papers and it is unknown if this incident is related to David Adams.
Days passed, then weeks, the official search was called off but friends and family still canvassed the wider area. Some friends of the family reportedly lost their jobs as they refused to come back to work and continued to scour the woods for David. Two weeks into his disappearance, K9 teams from Seattle, told Don and Ann a frightening statistic- their dogs had never failed to recover someone who they were tracking, unless the person had left the area. At this point both law enforcement and the family had to accept that David’s disappearance was likely an abduction and probable homicide. But by that point time and evidence had been lost. Since the probe into the disappearance had started as a SAR operation, the scene had been destroyed by hundreds of searchers and evidence was lost in those first crucial hours. Ann and Don remained in the same home for years on the off chance David would return home. Four years after David’s disappearance they had another child, a girl named Brooke. The family accepted the fact that David was probably gone and for decades that was the end of the story of David Adams.
Re-opening the case
But things took a sudden turn in 2009 when King County Sherrifs’ Office received a grant from the state to start a cold case unit. The first case they decided to open was the case of David Adams. Detective Scott Tompkins of King County’s major crimes unit, took over as lead investigator. He continued to look into the case until his sudden death in 2018, although the task force was long gone. Tompkins was shocked by how little detective work was conducted in the 1960s. The file even stated that the case was a “search and rescue” and the child abduction theory wasn’t noted in the file until David had been missing a few weeks. Tompkins recalled that both investigators and the community were content to consider the disappearance a cougar attack or some type of mishap… until it was too late.
Tompkins first order of business was to collect DNA from the family and upload it into CODIS, but there were no hits on any unidentified bodies. His second order of business was to contact the press to both gather new leads and to change some of the misconceptions from the shoddy reporting that happened in the 1960s by both state and local papers. Many papers didn’t even report David’s last name correctly, David Adam, was the most common misspelling. In a 2009 interview, spokesman for the Sheriffs’ office Dave Urquhart, immediately dismissed the old theories as uninformed hyperbole, noting that it was unlikely David wandered far enough to fall into an old mineshaft. “He wasn’t attacked by a wild animal,” the spokesman said. “He certainly didn’t fall into quicksand.” It was also noted that the sightings of David a few weeks after his disappearance and reports of a secret girlfriend turned out to be cruel hoaxes.
Next, Tompkins and the task force tried to reverse the narrative that David simply disappeared in the wilderness by announcing right off the bat that David’s disappearance was being investigated as a homicide, mostly because David vanished in such a small window- less than 15 minutes in an area he was familiar with. David was considered a well behaved child and had never attempted to run away before. Tompkins reminded the community that David was seen in a wooded area between homes, thoroughly searched by hundreds of people. And in the subsequent decades despite the path being used daily by area children and neighbors, still no sign of David was ever found or reported. Strangely, the area in the 1960s was even less wooded than it is today, as one lot had been cleared to build a house and another had a large pasture for horses, so David’s route would have had him crossing the forest but there were also several large open spaces. Additionally, 15 Mile Creek which David walked over was less than 1 foot deep and only a few feet across when David went missing, although it can swell to much larger sizes. 15 Mile Creek meanders through backyards until it reaches Issaquah Creek which flows through downtown and eventually ends at a salmon hatchery and Lake Sammamish. In other words, even if David had drowned in the creek and somehow been swept away, the odds of his body being discovered was high.
The third order of business was to track down and grill the neighbor known as “T.” In reading through the files, Tompkins realized that T was never thoroughly investigated despite the fact there were several tips left about him in the original case file. Police in the ‘60s even noted his stressed and evasive nature as well as his comments about taking tranquilizers, but the follow up was minimal.
When Tompkins re-interviewed witnesses, these are some of the things that were said about T. These memories are mostly the decades-old recollections of neighborhood residents, including children some as young as 4 or 5, so some of the memories are murky at best. Rob Killian, who was David's desk partner at school, Steven Bryce, Kevin Bryce, and David's younger sister Jill were all re-interviewed. Some area residents recalled this neighbor as “weird” or “creepy” if they can remember him. Rob Killian recalled that T liked to tell scary stories to the neighborhood children in a way that made him uncomfortable. Steven Bryce remembered that T suffered from post-traumatic stress disorder after his time in Vietnam. Some neighbors, children at the time, recalled that neighborhood kids didn't like to be around him, and other neighbors remembered that Bloodhounds repeatedly led searchers to T's house. T’s family always claimed that this Bloodhound evidence was nothing more than coincidence. After all David lived only a few houses away and walked by their house regularly including that day on his way to visit Kevin Bryce.
Killian also remembers another incident that is not mentioned anywhere else; he claims that another man was under suspicion in the 1960s. This man, who remains unnamed, lived a few miles away on the border between Issaquah and Renton. Killian claims that this man was under suspicion because he poured a concrete deck the day after David went missing which raised eyebrows in the community. However, this bit of information is only mentioned once by Rob Killian on social media and is not corroborated by anything else, but still worth mentioning. Looking back, nearly all the children and neighbors interviewed, as well as the Adams family, agreed with Det. Tompkins that David met with foul play as it was hard to believe that he could have had a fatal accident or gotten lost in an area so small, so well searched, and so familiar to David.
Armed with this information Tompkins was able to track down and re-interview T, now in his 70s and considered a person of interest in the case. T and his family reside in Lewis Co. Washington, only a few hours' drive from Issaquah. T and his family have maintained that they are being targeted simply because they are still alive. T also claims that he helped search for the boy on that fateful day and was polygraphed and passed the test, but Tompkins claims these details are not in the original file. Tompkins went on to interview T two more times and administer one more polygraph. A 2009 test showed deception on the question “Do you know where the body is?” But investigators mention that this polygraph is far from definitive proof.
Tompkins and the task force also subpoenaed T’s phone records after it was learned that T was calling “potential witnesses” and guiding them away from the reopened investigation. Police also received tips that T called others on the phone and wanted to talk about the crime, but this detail has never been elaborated on. Law enforcement also revealed that if David took the assumed route home, T would have been the last person to ever see him alive. This isn’t known for sure as David could have deviated from the assumed path home and chose to walk on the roadway instead of the shortcut. Tompkins also told the local paper that T doesn't have an alibi. T's family claims that when David went missing the whole family was in Seattle having a nice dinner. They also claim that they all returned home together and found the neighborhood in chaos, with everyone looking for David, but this story has never been verified. From 2009-2012 investigators continued to focus on T, but when asked if T was a suspect Tompkins replied in the negative, “if we had enough, he would be in custody.”
With the opening of the cold case task force, came a flurry of new articles and radio broadcasts and TV segments about the disappearance of David Adams. KOMO TV, a local Seattle based news station, ran a segment on the case which was picked up by a similar station in Eugene, Oregon. On both websites someone left a series of 8 comments under the video which claimed to have inside knowledge about the case and also defended the person of interest. Of course anonymous internet comments are not hard proof of anything but the content within the comments is specific enough to warrant a mention. The first two comments were left on Eugene’s news website KVLA, and the next 6 were left on KOMO’s website. Only 7 comments are listed below because one was a duplicate.
“It appears to me that statements are being embelished {sic} to meet an agenda rather than the truth. The person of interest was returning home from dinner with his parents in Seattle when they heard about the boy and he joined the search with everyone else. He didn't drive at the time, didn't have a license, a car or access to one. I don't see how he could do this. There was no crime scene, no motive, and not enough opportunity as the cops are claiming. They are doing just what they are advertising they are doing. TARGETING the easiest person still available. SETTING THEIR SIGHTS to fulfill their self serving agenda. And I believe they are using this terrible tragedy to make a name for themselves and prove their new unit should stay open.
12 years ago @ KVAL - Eugene, OR - Missing c... · 0 replies · +1 points
Does anyone know that the boy and his father were introducing themselves to their new neighbors? It is possible that the dogs went to several homes in the area, including the house the boy supposedly left to go home. I have to wonder if he did leave to go home. Who saw him? Who reported the child missing? There were searchers out within hours, and I don't mean a lot of hours looking for this boy. The cops claim this man was placed in the area just minutes before the boy went missing. They seemed to have pin pointed this just a little too close.
12 years ago @ KOMO - Seattle, WA - Missing child case reo... · 0 replies · 0 points
I would like to know why princesa feels this man is guilty. Does this person have a vendetta, reacting to gossip, or or building their opinion based on news media? With no negative marks in school or in the military, and a clean police record, this person could have gone to school with the person of interest and decided they didn't like him. That and the belief the boy was taken from the area and the person of interest didn't drive at that time, makes you wonder if there is another motive for the opinion.
12 years ago @ KOMO - Seattle, WA - Missing child case reo... · 0 replies · 0 points
I would like to see less conjecture and more real fact finding. I believe the person of interest is being railroaded. This man is an easy target. They said it themselves, they are targeting him, setting their sights on him. And they are building a public opinion of him using only the facts that will meet their agenda. Does anyone realize that the boy and father were going around introducing themselves to their new neighbors. I find it interesting that for a boy that only lived in the neighborhood for a couple weeks was very busy with all these friends. Of course, he may have moved from a neighboring neighborhood. I have to wonder where else these dogs went to. Getting the truth from the police will be all but impossible. They want to find this man guilty and they are not interested in the truth.
12 years ago @ KOMO - Seattle, WA - Missing child case reo... · 0 replies · 0 points
The neighbor served two years in the military prior to this boys disappearance. He was sent to Vietnam the following month. He was questioned, did a polygraph and was cleared before he left. He has two remaining siblings which were not in the area at the time this took place. He had one brother that was but he died a little over a year ago. His mother passed on after that. His father has been gone for years. The neighbor wasn't there when these dogs supposedly went to his house so he can't say one way or the other. But it seems to me they would have found something and they did not. Were these dogs trained police K9 or search and rescue dogs handled by civilians or volunteers? There were other people questioned, fitting the general description of the guy in question now. Are they still alive and were they re-questioned? Who in the inner circle was searched? And if there is so much evidence, why are they sitting on it? Does anyone know for a fact that this child left his friend's house? There is nothing obvious in this case.
12 years ago @ KOMO - Seattle, WA - Missing child case reo... · 0 replies · 0 points
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12 years ago @ KOMO - Seattle, WA - Missing child case reo... · 0 replies · 0 points
This man has never been in jail, never been arrested either. No other children have disappeared around him either.
12 years ago @ KOMO - Seattle, WA - Missing child case reo... · 0 replies · +1 points
He went active in 1966, remember the draft? He was in Vietnam 2 months after this boy disappeared. He got a purple heart and got an honerable {sic} discharge.
12 years ago @ KOMO - Seattle, WA - Missing child case reo... · 1 reply · -1 points
They say no one suspected foul play until Det. Tompkins started working on this case, yet the person of interest was interrogated at great length at the time of the disappearance. There is no mention of the polygraph taken at that time being passed. They have conveniently lost it. There is also no mention that everyone at the time that could vouch for this man is now dead. What did the search warrants reveal?
As mentioned previously, these comments may be nothing more than the thoughts of someone unrelated to the case, but the commenter brought up two important facts and does seem to personally know the person of interest or their family. He or she is correct about T in some regards. T does not have a criminal record and he seems to have lived a very normal life these past five decades. Second, there is very little hard evidence linking T to the crime, so it is possible that someone else entirely is responsible for David’s disappearance and if that is the case, David’s disappearance is as cold as ever. The other comments regarding T’s alibi, his lack of car, and his explanation for the scent at his home are interesting, but of course completely unverified. Other comments contain false information. For example Detective Tompkins was not the “inventor” of the foul play angle in this case. Investigators in the 1960s slowly came to that conclusion over time. David’s parents and siblings were even aware that this was the most likely scenario by June, 1968. In the years since 2012, reporting of David’s case has fizzled yet again. His picture is featured on the Ace of Spades card which is given to inmates in Washington State prisons in an attempt to garner new leads for old cases but so far, no new information has emerged.
Ann, Don, and their children feel that the reopening of the case was bittersweet. Ann described it as an old wound being reinjured. “I have the firm, firm feeling that this was not an accident, that somebody was involved” she said. “Now, whether it was an accident on their part, I don’t know if they deliberately set out to do harm to him. But somehow along in the association that they had, harm was done to him… We’re at peace. I know all is well with David, whatever the circumstances are or were.” Neighbors and friends remember the Adams family as very religious, full of hope, optimism, forgiveness, and love even after enduring such a heartbreaking tragedy. In a 2009 article Ann recalls “We’ve had a happy, good life,” Ann Adams said “whoever was involved with this, I think I feel sorrier for them than I do for us. My life is just overflowing with good memories and happy days, but they must be carrying a terrible burden.” Even though the family feels at peace, the painful vanishing of David William Adams is still unsolved.
David is described as an 8 year old white male, 4 feet tall, and weighing 50 lbs. He had short brown hair and bright blue eyes. He was last seen wearing a brown and green plaid shirt, blue jeans, and high top sneakers. His front teeth overlap slightly. If you have any information on the case of David William Adams you can call the King County Sheriff's Office at 206-296-0970.
https://www.tapatalk.com/groups/usedtobedoe/adams-david-5-3-1969-t21284-s10.html (collection of articles including an excellent three part piece by Warren Kagarise)
https://imgur.com/a/koIYIfg Here is map of David's approximate route home
Map provided in the imgur link is my best approximation based on media descriptions by Steven Bryce, it is not an official or law enforcement creation. The homes circled in the map are approximations and are not the actual Adams or Bryce homes as the area has changed significantly since the 1960s.
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2022.08.13 08:37 rockpuma Local NBC and local CBS TV Stations are the same?

I was just watching the nightly news on KVAL (CBS), and then switched channels to KMTR (NBC), and noticed that the same Sports guy (Hayden Herrera) did the same exact Sports Report on CBS as he did later on NBC, using the same exact video footage and I swear it was the same script he read. What is going on? Do our TV stations share the same studio/sports guy?
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2022.08.10 03:25 Fearless_Ant4603 Does Ukraine have a ballet company?

What are Ukrainian dancers called?
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Is Finn Sheila Carter's son?
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2022.07.31 06:32 dr_wdc Who murdered two campers near Oakridge, OR in July 2005?

This one has always haunted me because I was a student at the University of Oregon at the time, and frequently drove through this area to visit my hometown about an hour east of Oakridge. I also did quite a bit of fly fishing in the area.
Stephen Haugen and his partner Jeanette Bauman were teachers in the small mountain community of Oakridge, Oregon. They went camping in the nearby woods on July 1, 2005. They (and their dog) were shot dead as they slept, apparently at long range and then again at short range. Items taken from their camp included a gun, custom fishing rods, and their car's license plates. Law Enforcement speculation is that the killer(s) was not known to them, the items taken may have been trophies, and this may have been the work of what the FBI calls a "super hunter."
While it was big news in the area at the time, the case seemed to quickly go cold and there is very little information available publicly. The below link was a story done on the 10th anniversary, and is the most comprehensive overview I could find. Nothing new has been published since then. Any thoughts?
2015 news story
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2022.07.27 03:01 Dan_D_Lyin Cooling centers

It's going to be hot all week. If you don't have AC, head to a cooling center (link below).
Spread the word.
Check on your friends, family and neighbors.
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2022.06.11 18:26 SuckItWhoville Springfield resident upset with treatment of homeless in Eugene city parks

Mullet comments are highly discouraged and will very likely be aggressively upvoted.
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2022.04.21 19:53 mustyclam Food truck pod in north Eugene to be shut down due to complaints about traffic, signage

EDIT: technically Santa Clara... link here: https://kval.com/news/local/food-truck-owners-in-irving-neighborhood-of-eugene-to-be-shut-down Sadly, one of the only walking-distance attractions in this area of town is being shut down due to supposed "traffic and excessive signage complaints". I find these complaints very shallow and hard to believe. I live in this neighborhood and 1) have not noticed ANY change in traffic and 2) have seen the signs these food trucks use... they are not obnoxious. It is really quite sad that three food trucks + a farm stand that are: properly licensed, operating legally, and providing a space for local residents to walk to and enjoy are viewed as a threat to this suburban neighborhood. The more attitudes like this persist, the worse off this city will be moving forward. We need to embrace change and anything that will bring livability to neighborhoods outside the city center that reduce total dependence on cars.
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2022.03.01 04:58 MadCheval KKOKI Korean BBQ restaurants in Portland, Eugene and Salem withheld tips earned by workers and failed to pay overtime in keeping with the Fair Labor Standards Act

Kkokki Korean BBQ in River Rd has been stealing tips from workers and not paying proper wages to the workers. Shame on them.
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