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Jury finds Oregon couple guilty in tax case
EUGENE, Ore. (AP) -- A husband and wife who owe more than $1 million in back taxes and penalties have been convicted of conspiracy to defraud the government.

   Ronald and Dorothea Joling of Coquille, Oregon, are scheduled to be sentenced Feb. 11.

   Ronald Joling, a pastor, testified that he stopped paying income taxes in the early 1990s after years of study led him to conclude that the nation's tax laws do not apply to him.

   Dorothea Joling's defense was that she had no say in the decision to stop paying taxes. The jury acquitted her on a separate charge of tax evasion while convicting her husband of that crime.

   The Register-Guard newspaper reports that the Jolings own property in Coos and Linn counties, including a motel and a diner.

FBI, police looking at man in 6 NW bank robberies
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) -- An FBI spokeswoman says FBI agents and police in Oregon and Washington are looking for a man they think is connected to six Northwest bank robberies in the past month.

   Spokeswoman Ayn Dietrich-Williams said Thursday that 41-year-old Anthony James Martinis is sought on a bank robbery warrant out of Cowlitz County, Washington.

   The robberies took place in Lacey, Yakima and Longview, Washington, as well as Salem, Eugene and Cottage Grove in Oregon.

   The FBI says information developed so far suggests the man may be heading toward Arizona and may rob banks in states between Oregon and Arizona.

Medford Dog Fight Lands Dogs in Vet Clinic and Owners with Citations
By Aaron Nilsson/KTVL.com

MEDFORD, Ore. -- Medford Police responded to a dog fight early Thursday morning putting two dogs into a vet clinic for injuries.
Medford police officers said they responded to a 9-1-1 call around 1:30 in the morning with reports of four dogs fighting outside a residence.
Lieutenant Mike Budreau with Medford police, said the dogs began fighting inside a garage when the owners opened the garage and the dogs continued to fight in the driveway and road.
Lieutenant Budreau said officers used pepper spray on the dogs, but that did not stop them.
Lieutenant Budreau also said officers needed nooses to catch two of them as the other two ran away.
"You don't want them running amuck in the neighborhood when there could be other citizens running around. If you cannot contain these animals, then you just shouldn't have them," Lt. Budreau said.
Jackson County Animal Services managers said one of its officers picked up the two dogs later and will need more medical treatment.
Managers also said the dog owners will receive citations for not having dog licenses.

Crash victim cited for DUII
Justin Matthews/KTVL.com

JACKSON COUNTY, Ore.- The Jackson County Sheriff's Office confirmed
the driver of the roll-over vehicle on East Antelope Road in Eagle
Point was a medical marijuana card holder, but cited the man with driving under the influence of intoxicants (DUII).

Sheriff's Deputies have not been able to confirm the amount of marijuana stuffed in the car and scattered around the crash area.

Deputies are also investigating the type of card or cards the driver has, to see if the amount of marijuana in the vehicle is legal or not.

Even though it looks like a lot of pot, local dispensaries say the loss of product will not affect them.

"A small van full of pot, in the grand, whole marijuana industry, is a drop in the bucket," said Peter Gross, the Chief Operating Officer of Green Valley Wellness in Talent.

The man involved in the crash did not have any passengers.

When Mercy Flights arrived at the scene, they had to help the man out of the car because his legs were stuck.

He was able to walk away from the scene but was treated in a hospital for possible head injuries.

Panel recommends ways to reduce UO sexual violence
EUGENE, Ore. (AP) — A task force studying ways to prevent sexual violence at the University of Oregon wants the university to centralize resources for victims and suspend a plan to expand the number of sorority and fraternity chapters on campus.

Those were among a list of 23 recommendations made by the task force. The panel was formed in July, shortly after three basketball players were accused of raping a female student. The players were not charged with a crime.

The Register-Guard reports (http://is.gd/WkPtqV ) the changes would cost the university at least $500,000.

The University Senate will vote Nov. 5 on whether to approve the recommendations.


Information from: The Register-Guard, http://www.registerguard.com

Copyright 2014 The Associated Press.

Oregon 3rd in TV ad spending on ballot measures
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — A new analysis shows Oregon trails only California and Colorado in terms of spending on television ads for ballot measures this election cycle.

According to the Center for Public Integrity, Oregon measures have generated $7.7 million in TV spending through Monday.

A little more than $5 million is tied to Measure 92, which would require the labeling of genetically engineered foods sold in Oregon.

Measures to change Oregon's primary-election format and legalize the recreational use of marijuana have also crossed the $1 million threshold.

The center reviewed data about political advertising on national cable and broadcast television in each of the country's 210 media markets. The figures do not include local cable advertising.

Copyright 2014 The Associated Press

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