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Ryan DeLange

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Sheriff-Harney County, Oregon

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Ryan DeLange Deputy Sheriff
(541) 573-6156


Hines council approves marijuana grow license - Burns Times-Herald

btimesherald.com [cached]

Hines Police Chief Ryan DeLange asked the council to allow the police reserve program to be put back into place.
"The reserve program is vital to the police department," DeLange said. "We're undermanned and I need help." DeLange stated there will always by liability issues, but the program works well. He said the reserve officers are trained and spend most of their time as volunteers. Mayor Nikki Morgan asked DeLange to work up a plan, meet with City Administrator Erwin and Citycounty Insurance Services, and report back to the council. • In his report, Chief DeLange said theft cases are up, and Officer Roxane Ellis had been busy handling the sex abuse cases. DeLange said Officer Ellis helped out with "Operation Christmas," and asked Hines resident Robert Beers to explain what the program entailed. DeLange stated during the Christmas parade, there was a protester holding a sign that contained inappropriate language. Delange said the person has the right to protest, but he was going to check into the statutes and see if there is anything that can be done about the language so it doesn't happen again;


btimesherald.com

Hines Police Chief Ryan DeLange asked the council to allow the police reserve program to be put back into place.
"The reserve program is vital to the police department," DeLange said. "We're undermanned and I need help." DeLange stated there will always by liability issues, but the program works well. He said the reserve officers are trained and spend most of their time as volunteers. Mayor Nikki Morgan asked DeLange to work up a plan, meet with City Administrator Erwin and Citycounty Insurance Services, and report back to the council. • In his report, Chief DeLange said theft cases are up, and Officer Roxane Ellis had been busy handling the sex abuse cases. DeLange said Officer Ellis helped out with "Operation Christmas," and asked Hines resident Robert Beers to explain what the program entailed. DeLange stated during the Christmas parade, there was a protester holding a sign that contained inappropriate language. Delange said the person has the right to protest, but he was going to check into the statutes and see if there is anything that can be done about the language so it doesn't happen again;


btimesherald.com

The court returned to an issue that Police Chief Ryan DeLange had brought to the court's attention in the previous meeting, concerning complaints about the odor of private outdoor medical marijuana grows.
At this point, all we have is the complaint from the neighbors," DeLange said. DeLange said that they didn't. It's not against the law," DeLange said. DeLange stated that he didn't want to go to someone's home who had done nothing wrong. DeLange reported that domestic violence cases were down, but DUIs were up. He also stated that one of the patrol cars had broken down during a traffic stop. "It's costing us a lot of money. I'm hoping it lasts until next July," DeLange said. DeLange also reported that he'd been awarded a $5,000 DUI grant. He said that it was more than likely that the department would also be awarded a $3,000 speed grant and a $4,000 seatbelt grant. He also wanted to remind residents that it is against city ordinance to burn leaves.


News – Page 3 – Burns Times-Herald

btimesherald.com [cached]

The court returned to an issue that Police Chief Ryan DeLange had brought to the court's attention in the previous meeting, concerning complaints about the odor of private outdoor medical marijuana grows.
City Administrator Judy...


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