Stan Suenaga

Public Safety Branch Manager at Warm Springs

4202 Holliday St, Warm Springs, Oregon, United States
Warm Springs
HQ Phone:
(541) 553-3565
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Last Updated 3/30/2011

General Information

Employment History

Training Coordinator  - Federal Bureau of Investigation


bachelor's degree  - 


Board Member  - OWLA

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Beth Anne Steele, who issues the regional press releases for the FBI, was on hand to greet Warm Springs Public Safety GM Stan Suenaga, Police Chief Carmen Smith, Nancy Seylor, and advocates from VOCs.

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The U.S. Attorney would make the decision whether to prosecute the person, said Stan Suenaga, general manager of Warm Springs Public Safety.

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According to Stan Suenaga, general manager of Warm Springs Public Safety, 11 other Warm Springs residents were injured in the crash, including five adults and six children, ranging in age from 2 to 10 years.
The injured were transported by Warm Springs and Jefferson County ambulances, Life Flight and AirLink to Mountain View Hospital in Madras, and St. Charles Medical Center in Bend and Redmond. Alcohol does not appear to be a factor in the crash, which is under investigation by Oregon State Police crash reconstruction investigators from Madras and The Dalles, and the FBI, who are assisting the Warm Springs Police Department. Suenaga said Monday that the police department is not releasing any additional information at this time.

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