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Grants Pass student held after shooting threats
GRANTS PASS, Ore. (AP) -- Authorities in Grants Pass say a 16-year-old high school student has been accused of threatening to bring a gun to school and shoot two other teenagers.

   The Daily Courier reports the student was arrested Friday after telling other students of his plan, and he appeared in court Monday.

   Juvenile Justice Director Jim Goodwin said the teen will undergo a mental health evaluation, and his home will be checked for weapons.

   He has been charged with disorderly conduct, a misdemeanor that could allow for his release with restrictions such as remaining at home. He was being held at a juvenile detention facility.

   Police say the teenager told them the threats were meant only to cause alarm, and he didn't intend to carry them out.

After Steven Metheny Guilty-Plea, Parents of One Firefighter Killed Speaks
By Aaron Nilsson/KTVL.comCAVE JUNCTION, Ore. -- 
It was the deadliest firefighting helicopter crash in U.S. history and the parents of one of the dead firefighters said it was good to hear Steven Metheny plead guilty.

Catherine and Bruce Renno are the parents of Caleb Renno.
Caleb died just before his 22nd birthday fighting a fire in California after his helicopter went down.
The Rennos went to the courtroom as former Vice President of Carson Helicopters, Steven Metheny, pleaded guilty to providing false helicopter weights to the U.S. Forest Service.
Catherine said she and her husband Bruce sat right behind Metheny in the courtroom and prayed as they battled between anger and forgiveness.

Catherine said she and the other families there were devastated to hear no one accept responsibility for the deaths of the nine people in the helicopter.
Catherine and Bruce said they just want Metheny to admit his actions and mistakes.

"That's really hard because we can't get our son back, but if you don't in some way acknowledge people died because of this, what's to prevent it from happening again?" Catherine said.

Catherine said she is thankful there have been productive changes in some policies since the crash and hopes firefighters will have more protection in the future.
For now, she said her healing continues every day and Caleb would be upset with her if she doesn't spend her life helping other people.
She also said she believes Caleb has forgiven Metheny and she wants to, but she just can't do that yet.

"Someday I'll see my son again and I'm want him to be proud of me and not. I don't want him to say, why did you stay angry or why didn't you forgive that person that needed it?" Catherine said.
Catherine said she hopes this is a wake-up call for Metheny and he'll finally realize the gravity of his actions.

Metheny's sentencing is scheduled for March 2nd next year.

Grayback Forestry Reacts to Steven Metheny Guilty Plea
By Aaron Nilsson/KTVL.comWHITE CITY, Ore. -- 
Grayback Forestry said ten of the thirteen people involved in the Carson Helicopters crash in 2008 were employed by Grayback.
Mike Wheelock with Grayback said even though the Metheny guilty plea doesn't bring back those who gave their lives, he hopes this gives some comfort to the families of the ones who died.
He also hopes many different agencies can dig in, investigate, and make sure this doesn’t happen again.

Yreka Police look to use cameras to cut crime
By Molly Trotter/KTVL.COM

YREKA, Ore. -- Officers hope more eyes throughout the city of Yreka will bring more smiles to local parks.

The city council approved  about 20,000 dollars for the Yreka Police Department to buy eight cameras to put in two high crime areas like Siskyou Park.

"This camera system has a blue flashing light on top of it and we plan on posting each park are where the cameras will be with a maybe under video surveillance sign," said Chief Brian Boles with Yreka Police Department.

Cornia Cardoza has lived in the area for nearly 20 years and now comes to the park with her family and kids, but only when she feels it's safe, which she says isn't too often.

"There is a lot of bad things that have happened in this area," Cardoza said.

She says where her family likes to play is one of the worst places to be once the sun goes down.

Cordoza says graffiti and drugs are some of the main problems at this park, but if there was a camera in time she said she could see these swings fill up again...

Chief Boles is excited to see his hard work and research come through and says one of the benefits of these cameras is the ability to move them around.

"As we have issues throughout the city of Yreka we can take and move them where we need," Boles said.

Another area Boles wants to use the extra help is the Yreka Creek a trouble spot in the past, where he's hoping this new tool will bring some much needed help.

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