Statesman Journal from Salem, Oregon on March 3, 1995 · 19
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Statssman Jourrul, Salem, Ore., Friday, March 3, 1935 '07172 IVJUGT Page 19A orer down but ml owl rsm n Q The volunteer shot on duty last week still wants to be a police officer. The Associated Press PORTLAND - A young man says he still intends to pursue his dream of becoming a police officer despite being chased and shot while on volunteer duty with a state trooper last week. "I'm not going to let this guy crush my dreams," Manolo M. Herrera said Wednesday from a hospital bed. "I still want it just as bad as before." Herrera, 20, is part of the Explorer organization, a Boy Scouts of America-chartered group in which young people interested in police work do volunteer work for police organizations and ride with patrol officers. He was teamed with Oregon State Police trooper Lisa Boe on Saturday when they signaled a suspected drunken driver to pull over. The car kept going for four blocks. And when it stopped, the driver immediately got out of his car. Both Boe and Herrera stepped out of the patrol car. "We thought he was going to run or bail on us," Herrera said. "He was really eyeballing me." Herrera said Boe asked the Tips in vanishing based on vision The 1991 search for a missing child included a woman's psychic vision, her husband says. The Associated Press R0SEBURG - A mysterious letter signed "A Spot in the Road" sent to investigators searching for little Tommy Gibson in 1991 was based on a psychic vision, not any personal knowledge, the letter writer's husband testified Thursday. Warren Doescher of Azalea said he and his wife were camping at the Oregon Coast on the day Tommy disappeared from his home near Glendale, and she never had any personal knowledge of what happened to the boy. Doescher said his wife, who died in 1993, described a vision she had in the letter. Investigators disclosed the existence of the letter a couple months after the boy's disappearance arid asked for the person who had written it to come forward. Though detectives said they would investigate material in the letter, they never divulged what it said. Contents of the letter remained secret after Doescher's testimony. Larry Gibson, a former Douglas County , sheriff s deputy, is on trial on murder charges in the March 18, 1991, disappearance of his 2V2-year-old son from the front yard of the family's mobile home outside Glendale. Defense lawyer Alan Scott continued to call witnesses to counter prosecution testimony that Gibson regularly abused his wife and children. Carolyn Sangray and Susan O'Crowley, who attended church with the Gibsons in Montana, testified Gibson's wife never told them about being physically abused. The Gibsons moved to Montana after Larry Gibson was identified as a suspect in his son's disappearance. O'Crowley said Judy Gibson complained of verbal abuse by her husband, mostly because she was a messy housekeeper. Past lawyer for Eckhardt is suspended The Associated Press PORTLAND - The lawyer who represented Shawn Eckhardt has been suspended from practicing law for one year after six of his clients complained that he charged legal fees without performing the work. The Oregon State Bar suspension of Mark McKnight was not connected to his representation of Eckhardt, the one-time Tonya Harding bodyguard who was convicted in the attack on rival figure skater Nancy Kerrigan. Bar spokesman Rick Griebel said 41 ethics complaints have been lodged against McKnight since he joined the bar in 1986. 1-. s ' i v ; s w j , x . . , . - t A ; ' ' ' .. " , "-tmsJi ... ' r -1 - The Associated Press BULLET WOUND: Explorer scout Manolo Herrera talks about being shot last weekend in Portland during an Oregon State Police ride-along. man to go back to his car, and Herrera headed back to the patrol car to radio Portland police. He heard the man say, "I'm sorry, I'll get back in my car." Then, Herrera said, "That's when he pulled out the gun and started shooting. I took off running." As he ran, zigzagging into the darkness, he used his portable radio to call for help. Right before he reached a chain link fence, Herrera said he felt the bullet hit him in the leg. Even though his leg was broken below the knee, he vaulted over the fence. As he did so, he felt the sting of a second bullet hit him in the back, bruising him under the bulletproof vest. He crawled into the bushes, where he curled up in a ball and waited for the next shots to come. "I heard more gunshots," Herrera said. "I thought, 'Please God, don't let Lisa be dead.' " The next thing he heard was the sound of tires squealing as the suspect got away. UST CHANCE! LJgf. Jackson & Perkins Roses jfs. Bare Root Savings Regular 9 each " t&ilcX$ 6-10 11 If GracteX $Q99 $"T99 W jp O each I each f c PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING VACATION OF A PORTION OF WATER STREET NE, CHEMEKETA STREET NE, COURT STREET NE, AND THE ALLEY LYING WITHIN BLOCK 62 City-Initiated NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Common Council of the City of Salem, Oregon, on February 6, 1995, approved to initiate proceedings to vacate a portion of Water St, Chemeketa St, Court St and the alley in Block 62, within the City of Salem, Marion County, Oregon, and which is more particularly described on the attached map. THE REASON given for the vacation is that the vacation would be for the benefit of the citizens of the City of Salem and the general public, and would comply with the applicable portions of the comprehensive plan, and the vacation of said property would not substantially affect the market value of any property within the affected area. THE COMMON COUNCIL has fixed Monday, March 13, 1995, at the hour of 7:00 p.m. as the time, and Council Chambers, Civic Center, Salem, Oregon, as the place for the hearing of the proceedings for vacation and any and all remonstrances and statements thereto. The decision on the vacation will be based upon consideration of the public interest and compliance with the applicable provisions of the Comprehensive Plan. Statements regarding this proposed vacation may be made in writing and filed with the City Recorder, Room 205, Civic Center, 555 Liberty St, Salem, Oregon 97301, prior to the time of hearing. Americans with Disabilities Act accommodations will be provided on request upon 24 hours notice. THE HEARING will be conducted with the staff presentation first, followed by the proponent's case, other persons in favor, neighborhood organizations, opposing testimony, rebuttal, with deliberation and decision to follow. Testimony may also address any other criteria a person believes applies to the application. Presentation of new documents or evidence supporting the application, not available seven days prior to hearing, shall entitle any party to a continuance of the hearing. A party may, prior to the close of the hearing, request that the record remain open for at least seven (7) days. Failure to raise an issue with sufficient specificity at the City level precludes an appeal on that issue to ,the Land Use Board of Appeals. The staff report and all background materials are available for inspection or copying at reasonable cost, seven days prior to the hearing. For additional information, contact Kirk Bartruff, 588-6211. BY ORDER OF THE COMMON COUNCIL: February 6, 1995. Jean Lay, City Recorder SJ February 24 and March 3, 1995 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING VACATION OF A PORTION OF LONE OAK ROAD SE, SOUTH OF MILDRED LANE SE City-Initiated NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Common Council of the City of Salem, Oregon, on February 6, 1995, approved to initiate proceedings to vacate a portion of Lone Oak Road SE, South of Mildred Lane SE, within the City of Salem, Marion County, Oregon, and which is more particularly described on the attached map. THE REASON given for the vacation is that the vacation would be for the benefit of the citizens of the City of Salem and the general public, and would comply with the applicable portions of the comprehensive plan, and the vacation of said property would not substantially affect the market value of any property within the affected area. THE COMMON COUNCIL has fixed Monday, March 13, 1995, at the hour of 7:00 p.m. as the time, and Council Chambers Civic Center, Salem, Oregon, as the place for the hearing of the proceedings for vacation and any and all remonstrances and statements thereto. The decision on the vacation will be based upon consideration of the public interest and compliance with the applicable provisions of the Comprehensive Plan. Statements regarding this proposed vacation may be made in writing and filed with the City Recorder, Room 205, Civic Center, 555 Liberty St, Salem, Oregon 97301, prior to the time of hearing. Americans with Disabilities Act accommodations will be provided on request upon 24 hours notice. THE HEARING will be conducted with the staff presentation first, followed by the proponent's case, other persons in favor, neighborhood organizations, opposing testimony, rebuttal, with deliberation and decision to follow. Testimony may also address any other criteria a person believes applies to the application. Presentation of new documents or evidence supporting the application, not available seven days prior to the hearing, shall entitle any party to a continuance of the hearing. A party may, prior to the close of the hearing, request that the record remain open for at least seven (7) days. Failure to raise an issue with sufficient specificity at the City level precludes an appeal on that issue to the Land Use Board of Appeals. The staff report and all background materials are available for inspection or copying at reasonable cost, seven days prior to the hearing. , For additional information, contact Kirk Bartruff, 588-6211. BY ORDER OF THE COMMON COUNCIL: February 6, 1995. Jean Lay, City Recorder, SJ February 24 and March 3, 1995 3 PUBUC NOTICE WAREHOUSE LIEN Sale will be held on March 4, 1995, 10:00 a.m., at Cherry Avenue Storage, 2680 Cherry Ave NE, Keiz-er, OR 97303. 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