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Two Keizer women facing federal drug charges

A Keizer mother and daughter are facing charges involving their alleged participation in an India-based illegal drug distribution ring. Jennifer McConnon, 48, was arraigned in federal court Friday, July 29. She pled not guilty in her hearing before U.S. Magistrate Judge Jeffrey Armistead, and was released pending a five-day jury[Read More…]

Keizer man’s murder conviction overturned again

Peter Zielinsky during his 2019 murder trial (FILE PHOTO) On July 20, an Oregon appellate court overturned Keizer resident Peter Zielinsky’s murder conviction for the second time. In 2013, the former Kroc Center employee was convicted of murdering his wife, Lisa as they were both getting ready for work. Testimony[Read More…]

Traffic Court

NO LICENSE Victor Fernando Escobar, $245; Mikia Breyanne Short, $342; Kobe Alan Vadillo, $342. SPEEDING Justin Zackery Silva, $135; Sergio Gonzalez Chipres, $145; Timothy Anthony Proctor, $135; Daryl Lamar Pedersen, $165; Angel Austin Cardona, $292; Shannon Lee Blake, $235; Carren Renae Pratt, $145; Justis W Waddoups, $135; Daniel Lee Boone,[Read More…]

Police calls: July 26 – August 2

Sunday, July 26 6:16 a.m. – Vandalism in the 1000 block of Candlewood Drive NE. 6:20 p.m. – Theft from motor vehicle in the 5000 block of Ridge Drive NE. 7:21 p.m. – Fleeing or attempting to elude a police officer at the intersection of Alder Drive NE and Pleasant[Read More…]

Police Scanner

Friday, March 1 • 12:01 a.m. – Theft from vehicle, unlawful entry vehicle with intent to commit theft on 4100 block Arnold Street NE. • 3 p.m. – Theft by deception on 6400 block Keizer Station Blvd NE. • 3:01 p.m. – Scam by internet on 5300 block Jeffrey Court[Read More…]

Register your surveillance cam with KPD

The Keizer Police Department is asking Keizer residents with surveillance video cameras to help fight crime in the city. The new SCRAM (Surveillance Camera Registration And Mapping) program allows residents to register their home or business cameras with the department. In the event of a crime in the vicinity where[Read More…]