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Brooks arrested for Animal Neglect II

Brooks arrested for Animal Neglect II

According to a Coquille Police Department press release and as previously reported here, officers investigated a complaint of animal neglect at a N Baxter residence located near the courthouse.  The apartment in question was found full of trash and animal feces spread throughout every room and officers were overwhelmed by the stench. Police were unable […]

Coquille PD open investigation into case of severe animal neglect

Coquille PD open investigation into case of severe animal neglect

Coquille Police have opened a full investigation into a case of severe animal neglect at a Baxter Street duplex. Around 10PM last evening, after repeated complaints from neighbors, police rescued a severely malnourished dog living amidst its own waste for as long as a month. Chief Janice Blue was on the scene and took possession […]

Nonfeasance, misfeasance and malfeasance

Nonfeasance, misfeasance and malfeasance

If it could be determined that members of the committee handpicked data to support an existing bias while ignoring data to the contrary and that their recommendations caused harm to taxpayers or public employees then this would qualify as malfeasance. Should the commissioners negligently retain these appointed officials and further accept the recommendations at face value then we are all victims of misfeasance and in at least one instance, in my opinion, malfeasance.

People vs McGuffin – at last, justice for Leah Freeman

People vs McGuffin – at last, justice for Leah Freeman

Officers Ray McNeely and Chris Webley as well as the rest of CPD have done an excellent job and have provided proof that with the right leadership and guidance they are all worthy to be called ‘crime fighters’ not just ‘traffic nazis‘.

People vs McGuffin quick update day 4

People vs McGuffin quick update day 4

This morning the prosecution has gotten into the more gory details of the crime. Forensic scientist, Kathy Wilcox has described the vehicle processing as well as the blood spatter on the shoes, and the jury have seen pictures of Leah’s clothing. Leah’s body had been laying in the summer heat for weeks and her body had “melted” into her clothes, Wilcox explained.

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