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05/13/2011 Prescription Drug Turn-In Scheduled for Saturday, May 14th Portland Christian Center at 5700 SW Dosch Rd.

The community and media are invited to a one day event where unused and potentially dangerous prescription drugs will be collected for safe destruction.*-..
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07/24/2012 Presidential Visit on Tuesday Will Affect Portland Traffic

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On Tuesday July 24, 2012, President Barack Obama will be in Portland, Oregon for an event at the Oregon Convention Center. Traffic in the immediate area around the Convention Center will be affected from approximately 9:00 a.m. through the evening commute.*-..
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05/05/2015 Presidential Visit Thursday and Friday Expected to Cause Traffic Delays

President Barack Obama will be visiting the Portland Metro area on Thursday and Friday this week and the Portland Police Bureau would like to make the public aware of several traffic-related inconveniences that are expected.

The Bureau understands the impacts to commuters, businesses and people frequenting Downtown Portland and appreciates patience and understanding during a Presidential visit.

The Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) is encouraging people to work from home (if possible) or ride a bicycle in to work to avoid being stuck in some of the vehicular traffic delays.

The area from Southwest Morrison to Washington, 9th to 12th Avenues will be closed to all traffic, including the Portland Streetcar.*-..
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12/01/2009 Press Conference On Nancy Bergeson Homicide

The Portland Police Bureau will hold a Press Conference tomorrow, December 2, 2009 on the 14th Floor of the Justice Center, at 10:30 a.m. concerning the Nancy Bergeson homicide investigation.*-..
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07/01/2011 Press Conference on Officer-Involved Shooting Today at 12:30 p.m.

Today, Friday July 1, 2011, at 12:30 p.m., there will be a press conference regarding yesterday's officer-involved shooting.*-..
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11/23/2010 Press Release on Officer-Involved

Subject shoots at police; officer-involved shooting occurs On Tuesday, November 23, 2010, at 12:40 a.m., East Precinct Officers responded to a call in the 11000 Block of SE 106th and Cherry Blossom Avenue regarding a family disturbance.*-..
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12/14/2012 Prevent Package Theft this Holiday Season

The Office of Neighborhood Involvement's Crime Prevention Program and the Portland Police Bureau want to warn residents about recent package thefts in Portland neighborhoods.*-..
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06/17/2011 Pride Softball Game to Benefit Police Cadets

Local law enforcement members will be participating in the 16th annual charity softball game this Saturday, June 18, 2011, during Pride weekend.*-..
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10/17/2013 Prolific Bicycle Thief Arrested by Central Precinct Officers

On October 15, 2013 Central Precinct's Neighborhood Response Team (NRT) arrested 56-year-old Robert Charles Dady on multiple theft charges in connection with several bicycle thefts in Downtown Portland.*-..
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02/04/2013 Prolific Portland Area Tagger Sentenced to a Year in Prison

On Friday February 1, 2013, 33-year-old Isaiah Joel Schwebke was sentenced to one year in jail by a Multnomah County Circuit Court judge for violating the provisions of his graffiti related probation. Schwebke, a habitual tagger since 1996, caught the attention of Portland Police Bureau Graffiti Investigators when they saw evidence of his personal moniker illegally applied on private properties in the cities of Wilsonville and Tigard, Oregon. Schwebke recently began targeting locations outside the City of Portland after he was placed on probation in Multnomah County in 2009 for a graffiti related arrest and conviction. Over the last 15 years, Schwebke has been linked to graffiti incidents in Oregon, California, Washington State, Georgia and Alaska.*-..
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