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Oregon Campus Shooter Killed Himself

October 5, 2015
The shooter behind the deadly rampage at Umpqua Community College in Roseburg, Oregon, apparently committed suicide after exchanging gunfire with officers, Douglas County Sheriff John Hanlin said.

Video: Sheriff Revises Casualty Count in Oregon College Shooting, Refuses to Name Shooter

October 2, 2015
Douglas County Sheriff John Hanlin said at least two responding officers acted heroically in a shootout with the gunman, but it was not clear if the gunman was killed by authorities or whether he took his own life.

Sheriff Revises Casualty Count in Oregon College Shooting, Refuses to Name Shooter

October 2, 2015
Douglas County Sheriff John Hanlin said at least two responding officers acted heroically in a shootout with the gunman, but it was not clear if the gunman was killed by authorities or whether he took his own life. More Here.

Ore. Sheriff Tests Fuel-Saving Device

August 15, 2012
The Douglas County (Ore.) Sheriff's Department is testing a device called a Smart Emissions Reducer on its vehicles in order to save money on fuel and cut emissions.
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