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The Bulletin

1777 SW Chandler Ave.

Bend, Oregon,97701

United States

Company Description

Bend United Methodist Church has roots that are strong and deep. In 1906, a year after the city of Bend was incorporated, the Methodist Church in Bend was chartered and has been growing ever since. Its first building, called The Little Brown Church, was buil... more

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Deke DeMars.
The investigation revealed the injury was the result of a self-inflicted gunshot wound, DeMars wrote in a news release Wednesday. There was no intruder and there is no danger to the community, DeMars wrote. "A lack of physical evidence showing there was a second person in the home" led to deputies' determination that there was no intruder, DeMars said. The case will be sent to the Deschutes County District Attorney for review, according to DeMars.


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Deke Demars.
"Special Needs Guy" became an archetype who was played against Officer Rivieri and other characters such as the "Stilwell Grandma" and the "Satanic Racist," in YouTube videos, and the characters were used in countless prank calls, according to Demars and to Debora Richards. In this case, the technique was used to thoroughly and repeatedly harass Richards, to the point where the actions were determined criminal, according to Demars. "Just in general it's become more common, where this type of harassing thing is used," said Demars. At this point, law enforcement has traced the calls back to the U.K. and have identified a suspect across the pond, Demars said. The number was concealed, so the sheriff's office had to start with local phone companies to subpoena the information, said Demars. The investigation is still active, Demars said, so he couldn't disclose much about what they have learned about the suspect, who has been identified. Demars said it took a while to fit the pieces together, in part because requesting phone records and tracing calls require jumping through some legal hoops. "It's very time-consuming," Demars said, describing the process as "following the bread crumbs." And now that they've traced the calls, it's unclear what comes next. "There's not really a local crime," said Demars. "Even though the crime is happening here, it's essentially happening in both places. … We've given all of our information to the constable working the case over in the U.K. We're working together now with them to find an end result." Together, authorities on both continents were able to identify a suspect and put an end to the calls, said Demars.


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Deke DeMars of the Deschutes County Sheriffs Office.
The man, 67, was carrying a pair of shoes on his bike, according to the Sheriffs Office. One of the shoes came loose and wedged between the front wheel and fork, sending him over the handle bars and onto the pavement. He was wearing a helmet. The wreck happened to occur along the final stage course for the Cascade Cycling Classic, DeMars said, but the man was not affiliated with the annual race.


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Deke DeMars with the Deschutes County Sheriffs Office
The reporting citizen did not see any adult cougars, according to DeMars.


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Deputy Deke DeMars of the Deschutes County Sheriff's Office said passing deputies observed the incident as it happened at approximately 6:20 p.m.
The girl, Rose Marie Ascencio of Bend, was crossing the highway from west to east near Grandview Drive, and had made it to the middle of the road, but was struck by a 2001 Nissan Altima driven by Maria Olivera, 21, of Redmond as she stepped into the northbound lanes. Ascencio was hospitalized at St. Charles Bend with serious injuries, DeMars said.


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