death investigation

Man Found In Pickup Died From Apparent Self-Inflicted Wound

By Jim McCoy Fri 11th April Newsdeath investigationJoseph E. Hunstiger
Oregon State Police Criminal Investigations Division detectives are continuing the investigation into the death of a 66-year old man whose body was found Wednesday morning in the back of a burning pickup on a dirt road south of Highway 140W west of Klamath Falls. An autopsy conducted Thursday confirmed the man died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound.Read More »

Police Investigate Death of Would-Be Burglar In Grants Pass

By Jim McCoy Tue 21st January Newsdeath investigation
The Oregon State Police and criminal investigation detectives are investigating the death of a man this morning during the course of an alleged burglary at 2245 Harbeck Road in Grants Pass. Employees arriving for work found a man inside the business. He had stopped breathing and medical personnel were called. Efforts to revive him were unsuccessful. No other details are yet available.

Name Of Truck Driver Found Dead Released By OSP

The name of a commercial truck driver found dead in his vehicle Monday has been released. 49-year old Wally Gene Neal of Mack’s Creek, Missouri failed to check in with his employer Crete Carrier Corporation, prompting a call to the Oregon State Police. The truck was found at a truck stop in Chemult. While performing a welfare check, Neal’s body was discovered in the sleeper berth.Read More »

Death At Winchester Bay Investigated

By Jim McCoy Mon 29th April Newsdeath investigationWinchester Bay
State police are investigating the death of a woman whose body was found near the Umpqua Lighthouse. Lt. Gregg Hastings says a couple discovered the homicide Sunday after stopping by the Winchester Bay Wayfinding Point, south of Reedsport along Highway 101. The victim's name has yet to be released.Read More »

Remains Found Are Tentatively Identified

By Jim McCoy Thu 30th August Newsdeath investigationremains found

The remains of a woman found in July in Douglas County have been tentatively identified, and the sheriff's office says a homicide investigation is under way.  A statement Thursday from the sheriff's office says the remains are believed to be those of a Myrtle Creek woman, 55-year-old Deborah Schneider, who has been missing since 2010.
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