After deliberating for about six hours over a two-day span, jurors hit a stalemate Thursday afternoon in the case of a Vancouver man accused of raping a teenaged girl and fleeing to Cambodia last year to avoid prosecution.
A 63-year-old man pleaded guilty in Clark County Superior Court on May 14 to felony attempted theft in connection with a fraudulent auto insurance claim, according to a news release from state Insurance Commissioner Mike Kreidler.
An Oregon Court of Appeals panel has ruled that a U.S. postal inspector and Portland police had no legal authority to intercept a man's package based on their contraband hunches and a police dog's reaction after sniffing the item.
A Vancouver man argues he is being falsely accused of child rape, stemming from a heated "mooning" incident involving his then-girlfriend, the alleged victim and her friend. His defense attorney said the girl made up the story to protect her friend and that it "snowballed" out of control.
A Vancouver man pleaded guilty Tuesday in U.S. District Court to running a stock fraud scheme after previously participating in another scheme, according to a news release from U.S. Attorney Annette L. Hayes.