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.
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Five freshman football players at McNary High School are facing juvenile charges alleging they physically harassed other teammates in a locker room between August and October. Police say one victim was assaulted.
An agent of the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration turned himself in to jail on Sept. 6, the same day he was charged with killing a Salem cyclist in March while he was on duty driving near downtown Salem.
Witnesses, including three agents of the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration and four Salem police officers, testified before the grand jury that charged a DEA agent Wednesday in the March death of cyclist Marganne Allen.
A federal agent was charged Wednesday with criminally negligent homicide in the death of a Salem cyclist. Public records and statements from local authorities establish the events between the fatal collision and the driver being indicted.
A Marion County grand jury on Wednesday indicted a federal agent for criminally negligent homicide in the March death of cyclist Marganne Allen. Samuel T. Landis, 38, works for the federal Drug Enforcement Administration.
Newly released records show spokespeople for Salem police kept in much closer contact with the DEA than previously disclosed in the days following its agent colliding with a cyclist. The Salem agency exchanged repeated phone calls with the driver’s federal employer while telling the public little after the March 28 fatal crash.
Filemon Santos, 19, was swimming at Keizer Rapids Park on Saturday when he jumped off a dock and never resurfaced. The teen died a day later, according to a Keizer police news release.
Sean Beck has pleaded guilty to striking and killing a pedestrian in July 2021 as prosecutors say he fled police.
Salem police did not provide body camera video related to a March fatal bike collision until nearly three months later to outside investigators. Public records and statements from local authorities establish the events between the time the video was recorded and when that evidence was turned over to the Keizer police.