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September 30th, 2009 Anvi Bui | News Stories
 

Hey, Neighbor!

     
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Vancouver
1600 E 4th Plain, Vancouver, WA
Vancouver police sought a passenger who fled the scene after a car crash Sept. 25 that killed the driver and injured two other passengers. The car hit a concrete wall and flew over a 4-foot fence before flipping over in a cemetery. Two of the men were ejected from the car.
Piedmont
7414 N. Montana Ave., Portland OR
Talk about a sweet traffic jam! Cars were backed up on I-5 the morning of Sept. 25 after a semi truck spilled hundreds of cookies and cereal packages on the road.
Chinatown
13 NW. 6th Ave., Portland OR
The Star Theater was shut down after a raid Sept. 25 for allegedly serving alcohol without a liquor license. Police say the location had been operating as an illegal after-hours nightclub for the past year.
Roseway
2735 NE 82nd Ave., Portland OR
A student was hospitalized after being stabbed at Madison High School shortly after classes got out for the day Sept. 25. Witnesses say a group of six to eight teenagers were seen beating the student beforehand.
Downtown
SW 4th & SW Lincoln St., Portland OR
A TriMet driver called authorities Sept. 26 after seeing a suspicious-looking device at a downtown intersection. Police sent a bomb squad to check it out, and evacuated a nearby car rental business. The device was actually a traffic-flow counter installed by the Portland Bureau of Transportation.
Powellhurst-Gilbert
2850 SE 82nd., Portland OR
A thief described to be in his 60s and balding with a beard stole $5,000 worth of jewelry from Jessica Jewelers on Sept. 24. Owner Jimmy Vilaysanh says the man reached over the counter and opened a showcase cabinet that had the key left in the lock. Vilaysanh didn’t realize the merchandise was missing until inventory was counted the next day.

HEY, NEIGHBOR! See something interesting in your neck of the woods? Email abui@week.com.
 
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