Medical records show drugs were being trafficked into the Marion County Jail as recently as November, with multiple overdoses last year. Prosecutors haven’t decided whether to charge anyone with Will Schultz’s death over a year after he fatally overdosed in jail.
What is affordable housing, and how does it work in Salem? Salem Reporter is taking a deeper look at a key state and local priority in a series of articles.
New documents and court filings reveal fresh details about a DEA agent’s deadly collision with a Salem cyclist. Here are five top takeaways from the documents and filings.
Evidence was recently unsealed in the criminal case involving a DEA agent who ran a stop sign and caused a collision that killed a Salem cyclist. The records provided new details about the events surrounding the crash that killed Marganne Allen.
A year after 33-year-old Will Schultz died in the Marion County Jail, sheriff’s officials are keeping details secret. His former wife says investigators attributed his death to an overdose on fentanyl.
An agent of the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration charged in a fatal cyclist collision was expected to request that he be allowed to possess guns in early October. He was also granted a request to travel out of state while facing the criminal charge.
SPECIAL REPORT: Legislators head to Denmark to learn about energy efficiency in the company of utility lobbyists and executives. Only one took notes and another plagiarized the agenda in reporting on the trip.
Jeffrey Keniston resigned on Oct. 5 from the Aumsville Police Department after state officials found he used his authority to gain a sexual relationship with a domestic violence victim while employed by Salem. He is still challenging the revocation of his police license.
The state Board on Public Safety Standards and Training on Aug. 31 found Jeffrey Keniston used his authority to gain a sexual relationship with a domestic violence victim. His attorney notified the state on Tuesday that he is challenging the revocation of his license.
Aumsville police ran a background check on Jeffrey Keniston in February and learned he was under a state investigation after being fired from Salem police. The Aumsville agency hired Keniston three months later.