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Oregon Agency Switching to Ford Police Interceptor Utility

August 16, 2013
The Eugene (Ore.) Police Department is switching to the Ford Police Interceptor Utility and is planning to purchase 23 new SUVs. After replacing the vehicles, the agency expects to save more than $150,000 in fuel costs each year.

Video: Bitten Ore. Officer Slaps Boy

August 6, 2013
A Eugene (Ore.) Police officer appears to slap a 10-year-old boy who bit him during a custody dispute while the officer was attempting to return the child to his father.

Bitten Ore. Officer Slaps Boy

August 6, 2013

A Eugene (Ore.) Police officer appears to slap a 10-year-old boy who bit him during a custody dispute while the officer was attempting to return the child to his father. Read the full story here.

Oregon Cop Killer's Mental Eval To Determine If She Stands Trial

May 3, 2011
The defense attorney for Cheryl Kidd, 56, gained approval from the judge to have his client undergo an evaluation at the Oregon State Hospital in Salem to determine if she is fit to stand trial for fatally shooting Eugene Police Officer Chris Kilcullen.

Woman Accused of Killing Ore. Officer Suffered from Schizophrenia

April 26, 2011
Cheryl Dawn Kidd, 56, was arraigned on Monday in Lane County Circuit Court on an aggravated murder charge in the killing of Officer Chris Kilcullen during an attempted traffic stop.

Woman Guns Down Ore. Motor Officer During Pursuit

April 23, 2011
Officer Chris Kilcullen, a 12-year veteran of the force, had pulled alongside the 1998 Buick Skylark driven by Cheryl Kidd, 56, at a red light in Springfield. When Kilcullen, 43, motioned to Kidd to pull over, the woman pulled out a handgun and opened fire, fatally wounding the officer.
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