By News StaffPublished: Oct 24, 2014 at 12:26 PM PDTLast Updated: Oct 24, 2014 at 12:42 PM PDT
An Oregon City man who had coached youth sports in Eugene faces accusations who sexually abused a girl who lived in his home when he lived here more than a decade ago.
Eugene Police arrested Marvin Paul Harley, 48, on Thursday on charges of Sex Abuse in the First Degree, Sodomy in the Second Degree, Rape in the Second Degree and Unlawful Sexual Penetration in the Second Degree.
The victim told an agency in another state that the crimes happened in Eugene between 2000 and 2002 while she was under 18 and lived in Harley's home.
Police said Harley was at that time acting as a coach for middle-school age children.
By News StaffPublished: Oct 24, 2014 at 1:13 PM PDTLast Updated: Oct 24, 2014 at 1:13 PM PDT
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.
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Prices at the pump are falling, driven by drops in crude oil prices, AAA Oregon said.
“Washington and Oregon have the fourth and fifth largest weekly drops in gas prices in the last week as both averages lose 14 cents, and both states are registering the largest drops in the last month with both averages down 40 cents in that timeframe,” said Marie Dodds with AAA Oregon/Idaho.
The national average for regular unleaded fell 9 cents this week to $3.09 a gallon.
Oregon’s average is down 14 cents to $3.36 per gallon, the lowest since February of this year.
Two local youth football teams have been banned from the championship playoffs - and it has nothing to do with the actions of players. Police say it is all because of a melee that broke out between parents during a game