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.
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Douglas W. Gamble, the owner of Timeless Jewelry, faces aggravated theft charges after Salem police said he scammed customers out of at least $250,000.
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.
The state Board on Public Safety Standards and Training proposed revoking the police certification of Jeffrey Keniston on Aug. 31 after finding he used his authority to gain a sexual relationship with a domestic violence victim. He was a Salem Police Department sergeant until last December and remains employed in Aumsville
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.
A woman reported around 3:45 a.m. Sunday that an unknown man had broken into a west Salem home and struck her. Police did not respond to questions Tuesday about whether a suspect had been arrested or if the victim needed medical treatment.
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.
A man with a lengthy criminal history has been arrested on accusations of first-degree arson after police say he started a dumpster fire early Thursday morning that spread to the St. Joseph church building in Salem.