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But what if it did?
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|Tamela Mae Trice, 23|
SPRINGFIELD, Ore. -- A woman pleaded guilty to stealing an SUV from a store parking lot while a teenager and toddler were sleeping inside the vehicle, the Lane County District Attorney's Office said.
Tamela Trice, 23, of Springfield plead guilty to multiple charges including two counts of attempted kidnapping, driving under the influence, and unauthorized use of a vehicle. She was sentenced to 20 months in prison with 3 years of post-prison supervision from the mid-September incident.
According to police, Trice was intoxicated when she stole an SUV from the Safeway store in Springfieldwhile a 17-year-old and a 2-year-old sleeping in the car.
Her 20-month sentence also includes a probation violation. Trice was on probation for hitting an LTD bus driver after being told to get off the bus October 4, 2012.
A double-crossover crash killed one driver and injured another Thursday.
The aftermath left all lanes of Interstate 5 closed for hours.
Police arrested a 19-year-old Springfield man on Thursday in connection with a gang-related drive-by shooting last week in Eugene.
On Tuesday, campers pitched tents and settled into the South Eugene area, a stone's throw from Cesar Chavez Elementary School.
Police are still investigating at the McCullough Bridge in North Bend where a Florence man is dead after it appears he accidentally drove off a temporary construction bridge under the main structure.
McKenna Straube is leading the Junction City Tigers to their best soccer season in school history.
"We are hoping to get to 12 wins," she said. "We are 10 and 2 right now - and if we get to that point, we will be the best record team Junction City has ever had."
A 4-year varsity player, Straube is in her second season as the Tigers captain.
"You have some captains who are bosses," coach Chris Bolton said. "She is not that way. Her first instinct is to help others."