A former University of Oregon graduate teaching fellow was last seen on Saturday, and Eugene police are asking anyone who has seen him to contact the department.
Two people were arrested Thursday in connection with the murder of 21-year-old Lane Community College student Alex Oyombe Gradin, Eugene Police said Friday.
On June 12, Amy Baker found swastikas painted all over her company’s building, the Threadbare Print House — about 20 in all. The neighboring businesses were unscathed.
A typical day at work turned into anything but when a car drove through the Yumberry Bowl storefront at 13th Avenue and High Street on June 30.
Reported hate crimes rose 380 percent in Eugene over four years — the highest increase in any city in the U.S., according to a new study by SafeHome.org.
Complaints against employees and officers of the Eugene Police Department increased 20 percent from 2017 to 2018, according to an audit released last week.
Four days after the fear began to spread, UOPD sent an alert declaring the rumors of a shooting threat false.
According to UOPD Chief Matthew Carmichael, UOPD chose to stay silent through most of Mother's Day weekend in an effort to avoid spreading misinformation. The campus-wide alert was the culmination of three days of investigation, contact with the student and those close to him and collaboration with multiple university departments.
The University of Oregon Police Department responded to 2,128 reported crimes during the 2018-2019 school year, according to the UOPD clery crime log. This is a minor increase from the previous school year of 2.4 percent, but not one that UOPD considered statistically significant, according …
It’s been almost a month since Lane Community College student Alex Oyombe Gradin, 21, was shot and killed in the University of Oregon-owned lot behind Taylor’s Bar and Grill in the early hours of May 4. No arrests have been made in connection with Gradin’s murder, and very little information…
The Eugene Police Department arrested two men early Wednesday morning after an Eugene police officer fired shots at a suspect stealing a patrol car on 15th and Pearl Alley, a press release from EPD said.
Cameron Wallenfels, a senior at the University of Oregon, woke up one morning to find her bike had been stolen while she was sleeping. A single wheel remained, locked to the rack in front of her home. She never got the rest back.
As of Feb. 2, the University of Oregon Police Department does not directly dispatch its officers for emergency calls. Instead, the Junction City Police Department has been in charge of communicating emergencies with UOPD officers in the field, according to an email from UOPD spokesman Kelly McIver.
Alyssa Barclay, a junior at the University of Oregon, lives near the intersection of 19th Avenue and Alder Street. Barclay says she has experienced a property crime every term since moving there in fall 2018. Last fall, she found her door kicked in, her window screens ripped apart and an int…
Two women are suing Taylor Bar’s and Grill for $5 million, with their attorneys saying that the bar’s previous owners and employees acted negligently by not protecting women from sexual assault and were complicit with patrons consuming drugged drinks in some cases, according to the complaint…
Shots were fired outside of Cascade Middle School this morning according to the school’s website. A witness told KEZI a suspect was shot and killed, and all students and faculty at the school are safe according to the school’s website.
Starting this winter break, the University of Oregon Police Department will launch its free program that assists students who will be out of town for vacation by running daily checks on their residences.
Nestled on the corner of 13th Avenue and Alder Street rests a powder-blue building. A small sign on the front of the building says it was at one point Eugene Police Department property — yet the building lies dormant. But University of Oregon Police Chief Matthew Carmichael said, starting wi…
Some of Andy Gitelson’s first memories of kindergarten are coupled with the phrase “Jew boy.”
Police suspended their search for a suspect involved in an armed robbery that occurred at 9:54 p.m. on E 17th Avenue and Alder Street Thursday night according to Kelly McIver, University of Oregon Police Department’s public information officer.
Eugene Police and the University of Oregon Police department arrested two suspects in connection with a shooting that happened near 17th and Ferry last night, according to the Eugene Police Department.