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Homeless Portland man who told Ukrainian immigrant to go back to his country asked to write 500-word essay

A homeless Oregon man who reportedly spat at a Ukrainian immigrant and yelled at him to go back to his country was sentenced to jail time — and asked to write an essay about the challenges people face as they start new lives in the U.S.

Harold Denson III, 37, was near a car dealership in Portland on Aug. 25 when the store’s manager, Artem Kutuzov, who has an accent, walked over to him with a garbage bag and asked him to clean up the area, which was part of the dealership’s property.

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Denson thanked Kutuzov, but then yelled at him that it wasn’t his property, but “American soil,” Oregon Live reported, citing a probable cause affidavit. He told Kutuzov he was born in the U.S., and that Kutuzov wasn’t — and told him he should go back to his own country.

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Harold Denson III, 37, was asked to write a 500-word essay about the struggles immigrants face when they start a new life in America. (Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office)

The homeless man spit on Kutuzov and followed him with a box cutter, allegedly threatening to cut him, as the manager tried to walk away.

Denson became agitated during the encounter because he thought Kutuzov was condescending, his defense attorney said. She said Denson was collecting cans to deposit at a redemption center for money when the cans fell out after a hole formed in his trash bag.

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The 37-year-old was arrested and on Friday pleaded no contest to unlawful use of a weapon and second-degree bias, a hate crime under Oregon law, for targeting Kutuzov based on his national origin.

But in an unusual twist, Multnomah County Circuit Judge Christopher Ramras said she would dismiss the bias charge against Denson if he wrote a 500-word essay about the plight of Eastern European immigrants.

“What I am asking you to do is put yourself into their shoes,” Ramras said, according to the news outlet.

Deputy District Attorney Nicole Hermann said she hopes the report will allow Denson to “better understand many of the struggles and the difficulties that people who come from other countries go through when they move to this country and have lived side by side with people who are sometimes not as friendly or kind as they can be.”

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The judge gave Denson until March to write the essay, and Denson said he appreciates “the opportunity to write a report … rather than stacking up a charge on my record.”

In addition to being asked to write the essay, Denson was sentenced to 90 days in jail with credit for time served. If he doesn’t write the report, he could face additional punishment.

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Pacific Crest Trail hiker, 50, rescued after bad storm hits, says he ‘wouldn’t have survived another night’

A hiker who got lost in a snowstorm on the perilous Pacific Crest Trail in Oregon says he wouldn’t have lived another night if deputies didn’t answer his desperate call for help.

Robert Campbell, of Philadelphia, was rescued by two Marion County Sheriff’s deputies Friday, a day after the first winter storm of the year buried the trail he had been traversing. He was soaked, freezing and curled up in his wet sleeping bag in the shelter of a pit toilet. Part of his feet and toenails had turned blue.

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“You count your blessings,” the 50-year-old told the Salem Statesman Journal on Saturday. “You thank your lucky stars. Not to be overly dramatic, because people have been through much worse, I’m sure, but I wouldn’t have survived another night. I’m convinced of that.”

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Campbell warming up after Marion County Sheriff’s deputies rescued him Friday. (Marion County Sheriff’s Office via AP)

Campbell set out on the famed trail near the Mexican border in early May with plans to trek all the way to the Canadian border some 2,650 miles away.

But, Campbell encountered trouble Wednesday night when snow began to fall. By Thursday, the snow had buried the trail. Not even a navigational smartphone app was able to keep him from straying miles off the trail and into a boulder field.

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“You just know, if anything happens, I’m dead,” Campbell told the paper. “No one’s going to find me until spring.”

Many hikers have died trying to navigate the treacherous trail in similar conditions.

In 2017, the body of Chaocui Wang, who had quit her job in Shanghai, China, to hike the trail, turned up in a creek made swift by melting snowpack. In February, another hiker died after falling on ice. A falling tree killed a German hiker this year as well.

Campbell acknowledged the danger he faced and called 911 on Thursday. But, the call dropped partway through and he lost his phone signal. The Marion County Sheriff’s Office deployed a search-and-rescue team to find him after the distress call.

Meanwhile, Campbell said he trudged into an empty campground and found the only available shelter: a pit toilet. Cold and wet, he waited. Friday afternoon, rescuers passed the campground and finally found his footprints.

“I really think I owe them my life because … I couldn’t have made it another night,” Campell told The Associated Press from his motel room in Oregon. “My sleeping bag and tent are just completely soaked and probably ruined and I have no dry clothes.”

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But, Cambell said his adventure wasn’t finished yet, declaring, “Canada or bust.”

“I’m going to be doing it a lot more smartly,” he told The AP. “Any chance of snow, I’m not going to even mess around with it.”

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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NBA’s Portland Trail Blazers deny anti-Israel socialist group influenced end of team’s ‘Hometown Hero’ veterans program

The NBA’s Portland Trail Blazers issued a statement Thursday night, denying that the team’s “Hometown Hero” partnership with a supplier to the U.S. military ended because of “external pressure.”

The team’s statement, posted via Twitter, followed a recent report in Willamette Week, that said several organizations – including the Portland Democratic Socialists of America (DSA) – had opposed the basketball team’s relationship with rifle-scope manufacturer Leupold & Stevens, which supplies the devices to the U.S. military and the armed forces of other countries, including Israel, which the socialist group described as a “brutal occupying force.”

In its statement, the NBA team said the military contractor, not the basketball team, chose to end the partnership, in which local veterans were honored at the team’s home games.

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“Leupold’s sponsorship contract officially expired at the end of last season and Leupold & Stevens made the decision not to renew,” the Trail Blazers said in a statement. “Their decision was business-related and not influenced by external pressure as being misreported by certain media outlets.”

After the Blazers’ statement appeared, Portland’s democratic socialists posted a copy on Twitter, accompanied by a mocking GIF of the Marcia character from a “Brady Bunch” movie saying, “Sure, Jan.”

The socialists had also claimed victory when the Willamette Week story appeared.

“We are grateful for the hard work of the many community groups, activists, Blazers fans, and veterans who united around this important issue to stand up for Palestinian human rights,” Portland DSA co-chair Olivia Katbi Smith said in a statement, according to Willamette Week. “We are relieved that the Blazers have done the right thing and finally ended this completely unnecessary partnership with a company that has provided sniper scopes to a brutal occupying force.”

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The NBA’s Portland Trail Blazers, in red, face the Denver Nuggets in a preseason game at Memorial Coliseum in Portland, Ore., Tuesday, Oct. 8, 2019. (Associated Press)

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According to Willamette Week, a “Hometown Hero” segment at a Trail Blazers game last season saw a member of the Portland socialist group – who was a former Marine Corps security guard — suddenly unzip his jacket and reveal a shirt with the words, “End This Sponsorship #NoLeupold.”

Katbi Smith said the group also planned to protest the Trail Blazers’ Thursday night preseason game against a visiting team from Israel, Maccabi Haifa.

A Twitter post appeared later, showing DSA members holding a banner outside the game reading, “Don’t Play Apartheid.”

The NBA has been under fire recently for what some viewed as a poor response to the Chinese government after the general manager of the Houston Rockets spoke out in support of pro-democracy demonstrators in Hong Kong.

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Critics of various political persuasions argued that the basketball league did not initially react strongly enough in support of free speech, possibly out of concern for potential risks to its business interests in communist China.

After the Rockets executive’s statement, Chinese officials canceled several events surrounding a visit to Shanghai this week by the Los Angeles Lakers and Brooklyn Nets, but the teams’ scheduled game in Shangahi, on Thursday morning in the U.S., was played as scheduled.

The Lakers and Nets are scheduled to play a second game in China on Saturday morning, U.S. time, before returning to the U.S.

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Oregon cow mutilations spark conspiracy theories: ‘A lot of people lean toward the aliens’

Authorities in Oregon are working to determine how five purebred bulls — valued at about $6,000 apiece — ended up dead, drained of their blood and with body parts almost surgically removed in late July on a  ranch.

An early theory was that the mutilations were likely done by some sick cult. But lack of evidence has given way to new theories.

“A lot of people lean toward the aliens,” Deputy Dan Jenkins of the Harney County Sheriff’s Office, told NPR. “One caller had told us to look for basically a depression under the carcass. ‘Cause he said that the alien ships will kinda beam the cow up and do whatever they are going to do with it. Then just drop it from a great height.”

“One caller had told us to look for basically a depression under the carcass. ‘Cause he said that the alien ships will kinda beam the cow up and do whatever they are going to do with it. “

— Deputy Dan Jenkins, Harney County Sheriff’s Office

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In this undated photo provided by Silvies Valley Ranch, a Hereford bull lies dead in Burns, Ore., one of five apparently healthy bulls that were found dead and with sex organs and tongues removed. (Silvies Valley Ranch via AP)

The case recalls mutilations of livestock across the U.S. West and Midwest in the 1970s that struck fear in rural areas. Thousands of cattle and other livestock on land ranging from Minnesota to New Mexico were found dead with their reproductive organs and sometimes part of their faces removed.

Two years ago, another rancher told NPR a cow was found mysteriously mutilated about 200 miles south of  Silvies Valley Ranch.

NPR reported that authorities have little evidence, but were ruling out the usual suspects: wolves,  cougars and bears. There were no bullet wounds, the report said. Silvies Valley Ranch has offered a $25,000 reward for information.

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None of the scenes showed signs of a struggle and officials found no footprints, Silvies Valley Ranch Vice President Colby Marshall told the Oregonian last month.

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Starbucks customer with nut allergy sues after served coffee with almond milk

A Starbucks customer severely allergic to nuts is suing the chain for $10,000 after he was allegedly served coffee with almond milk.

Max Scher, who says he is a frequent Starbucks patron, said he visited a location in Portland, Ore., in May, and — as he maintains that he always does — asked for his drink to be made with soy milk instead of nut milk.

“Hey, I have an allergy,” he says he always tells the staff, according to The Oregonian.  “Please be careful.”

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This time, however, Scher said he became aware something was amiss after about “three sips,” at which point his throat began closing up. He immediately administered an EpiPen injection and ate two Benadryl tablets before driving himself to the hospital, where he vomited on the way to the emergency room, according to The Oregonian.

Scher is now suing Starbucks, alleging negligence.

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A representative for Starbucks confirmed that the coffee chain is investigating the incident. (iStock)

In a statement provided to Fox News, a representative for Starbucks confirmed that the coffee chain is investigating.

“Our partners (employees) take great care in ensuring each of our customers’ beverages are customized as ordered,” the statement reads. “We take allegations like this seriously and are thoroughly investigating this situation.

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Scher’s attorney, Michael Fuller with OlsenDaines, further alleged to Yahoo Lifestyle that his client was basically “poisoned.”

Scher’s lawsuit also accuses Starbucks of failing to use “reasonable” care to prevent a potentially life-threatening situation, said the outlet.

“The point of my lawsuit is I just can’t afford my medical bills, and it doesn’t feel right that I should have to spend over $4,000 because they made a mistake,” Scher told The Oregonian.

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Scher’s attorney was not immediately available for further comment.

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Oregon Taco Bell customer who slashed man’s throat sentenced to 7 years in prison, report says

A knife-wielding Maryland woman who slashed a man’s throat at a Taco Bell in Oregon this past July — after he told her to “zip it” for berating the staff — was sentenced Thursday to 7 years in prison, according to a report.

Caley Mason, 22, pleaded guilty in Clackamas County in September to second-degree assault in the knife attack that gave 48-year-old Jason Luczkow an 8-inch gash across his face and throat and required 100 stitches.

On July 9, Luczkow said he walked into a Taco Bell in Sandy – about 30 miles east of Portland – and saw Mason, clad in a blonde wig, yelling at the employees for taking too long.

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Caley Mason had been on state supervision for an armed robbery conviction in Maryland at the time of the knife attack in Oregon, investigators said. (Clackamas County Sheriff)

“Apparently the management had already told her to leave,” Luczkow said. “As she continued to rant and rave, I told her to be quiet. Told her to zip it.”

Mason left the restaurant but returned moments later with a knife and attacked Luczkow, Det. Sam Craven told The Oregonian/OregonLive.

Mason then sped off in a silver Kia Soul, nearly running over his wife in the process, Luczkow said. Police said they pulled her over with her boyfriend and two young children – ages 2 and 4 – in the car, according to Clackamas County prosecutor Matt Semritc.

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Craven said police found Mason’s blonde wig “in the boyfriend’s pants.”

Mason was arrested and indicted on multiple criminal counts, including attempted murder, first-degree assault and unlawful use of a weapon, according to records cited by The Oregonian/OregonLive.

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Mason’s boyfriend, Phillip Thomas, was arrested for tampering with physical evidence but his case later was dismissed, the records showed.

Prosecutors said Mason was on state supervision for an armed robbery of a pizza deliveryman in Maryland. Her children, meanwhile, have been sent back to Maryland with a relative, investigators added.

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Running back tackles fan who ran on the field, offers him ice cream

Oregon Ducks running back Cyrus Habibi-Likio made the biggest hit of the night on Saturday when he tackled a fan who somehow evaded security and ended up on the field during a game against the University of California at Autzen Stadium in Eugene, Oregon.

The fan, who was described as “an idiot” by some, sprinted onto the field during a TV timeout, jogging past the Oregon huddle and police officers until Habibi-Likio decided to do something about it.

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EUGENE, OR – OCTOBER 05: Oregon Ducks RB Cyrus Habibi-Likio (33) runs the ball against California Golden Bears ILB Evan Weaver (89) during a college football game between the Cal Bears and Oregon Ducks at Autzen Stadium in Eugene, Oregon. (Photo by Brian Murphy/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)

The running back left the team’s huddle, sprinted 20 yards and tackled the fan from behind to the delight of the crowd. The fan, who had just put his arms up in celebration appeared to not see it coming.

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Here’s a better view of the fan eluding police and security, thanks to Oregon student journalist, Ethan Wyss.

Habibi-Likio told reporters after the contest that he tackled the fan to simply keep the game going and he wasn’t looking for any type of crowd reaction, according to ESPN.

“We were down and he was kind of taking a while – prayers out to him, I hope he’s not hurt,” Habibi-Likio told reporters after the game. “I had no intention of hurting him, we just need to get the game going.”

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Oregon Ducks running back Cyrus Habibi-Likio (33) warms up before the college football game between the Oregon Ducks and the Arizona Wildcats on October 27, 2018 at Arizona Stadium in Tucson, AZ. (Photo by Carlos Herrera/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)

“This is the Pac-12 North, and this is a Pac-12 game, we gotta get going or the result would have been different.”

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After the game, Habibi-Likio felt bad about tackling him and told reporters if the fan found him on Instagram he would take him for ice cream to patch things up.

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Grocery store clerk arrested for allegedly lacing bean dip with methamphetamine, serving it to co-workers

Not the bean dip!

A grocery store employee in Oregon has been arrested on suspicion of providing her co-workers bean dip that had been laced with meth.

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Cassandra Medina-Hernandez, 38, was arrested on Wednesday, following an investigation into the incident, which occurred earlier this month.

According to an affidavit obtained by The Oregonian, Medina-Hernandez was working at the Thriftway grocery store in Jefferson on Sept 9 when she was spotted behaving suspiciously on security footage. On that day, Medina-Hernandez had reportedly prepared a plate of bean dip, sometimes with her back to the surveillance camera, and also while appearing to retrieve something out of her bra.

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Cassandra Medina-Hernandez was arrested on suspicion of causing another individual to unknowingly ingest methamphetamine-laced food. (Marion County Sheriff’s Office)

After setting the dip out on a plate, Medina-Hernandez allegedly allowed two co-workers to eat some, and one later ended up in the hospital.

“After being treated at an area hospital, the victim learned the bean dip may have contained methamphetamine,” the Marion County Sheriff’s Office explained in a statement obtained by KVAL.

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The third employee, who also ate the dip, later claimed that Medina-Hernandez told her the methamphetamine was added to the food by accident.

Medina-Hernandez was taken into custody on suspicion of “delivery of methamphetamine and causing another person to ingest a controlled substance,” according to The Oregonian.

The Marion County Sheriff’s Office added that it had no reason to believe any customers of the Thriftway were affected.

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Police say they believe two employees of the Thriftway in Jefferson, Ore. — aside from the suspect — at the bean dip. (Google)

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As of Thursday, Medina-Hernandez was still booked in the Marion County Jail. The Marion County Sheriff’s Office did not respond to a request for comment.

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Owner of Antifa-friendly Portland bar let patrons use ‘illegal weapons’ against conservative activists, state probe says

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The owner of a reportedly Antifa-friendly bar in Portland, Ore., knowingly allowed patrons to use “illegal weapons” against conservative activists during a violent clash in May, an investigation by state regulators alleges, according to a report.

The report by the Oregon Liquor Control Commssion (OLCC) also says the owner of Cider Riot refused to remove unruly customers from his property and gave misleading statements to authorities, the Oregonian/OregonLive reported.

The attorney for bar owner Abram Goldman-Armstrong balked at the investigation’s findings.

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“It’s not clear what OLCC would have wanted my client to do,” attorney Juan Chavez said. “Did they want Abe to be both a one-man police force and a bouncer, all while he was dealing with a small triage hospital in his cidery?”

“It’s not clear what OLCC would have wanted my client to do. Did they want Abe to be both a one-man police force and a bouncer, all while he was dealing with a small triage hospital in his cidery?”

— Juan Chavez, attorney for Portland bar owner

The commission’s investigation has recommended multiple administrative charges against Goldman-Armstrong and his staff.

The investigation into Cider Riot was prompted after several complaints were filed with the agency following the May 1 brawl.

Law enforcement officials have also charged conservative activist and Patriot Prayer founder Joey Gibson, as well as five other men associated with the conservative group, with felony riot offenses. Gibson faces a $1 million lawsuit from Goldman-Armstrong.

On Friday, a judge rejected Gibson’s request to have the case moved outside Portland, the Oregonian/OregonLive.con reported.

Chavez also claimed Patriot Prayer encouraged its supporters on social media to report Cider Riot to regulators.

Investigators say Goldman-Armstrong photographed patrons using “illegal weapons” during the fight, which was largely captured on video.

“Goldman-Armstrong stated that his patrons were only acting in self-defense but clearly, according to the video, he was present and watching as patrons displayed aggressive behavior,” wrote state inspector Genny Welp, according to the Oregonian/OregonLive.

“Goldman-Armstrong stated that his patrons were only acting in self-defense but clearly, according to the video, he was present and watching as patrons displayed aggressive behavior.”

— Genny Welp, inspector for Oregon Liquor Control Commssion

During his first interview with regulators, a Cider Riot security guard omitted that he left his post, used mace and fought with conservative protesters.

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Goldman-Armstrong, a vocal antifascist, plans to sell his bar, which has taken on some debt, telling Willamette Week he hopes the buyer will be someone who shares his political views.

“We’re not going to sell to racist s—–gs, and I don’t think the other investors would feel comfortable selling to someone who doesn’t believe in equal rights for all humans,” he said. “Political views don’t usually play a part in business, so we’re not ruling out anyone unless they’re really terrible.”

An OLCC spokesperson said the agency plans to outline formal charges against Cider Riot next week, Oregonian/OregonLive reported.

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Oregon Lottery champ, a two-time cancer survivor, wins $4.6M

A two-time cancer survivor recently received a third lucky break: he won $4.6 million in the Oregon Lottery.

Stu MacDonald, of Bend, Ore., would buy a Megabucks ticket every single week with the encouragement of his wife Claudia, who would tell him to “get the winning ticket.”

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On Sept. 7, Claudia forgot to make sure to tell him to get the big winner. He purchased a ticket at Ashley’s Cafe in Bend — and still won, anyway.

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Stu MacDonald survived cancer two times, and in Oregon on Sept. 7, he bought a winning lottery ticket worth $4.6 million. (Oregon Lottery)

“I am a very lucky guy,” MacDonald told Oregon Lottery officials, according to a press release. “I have survived cancer twice and here I am. This is amazing.”

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The director of operations of Ashley’s Cafe, Tezra Kong, said the store is “thrilled to learn that we sold a Megabucks jackpot” and are “excited for the team who sold the ticket.” The cafe will receive a 1 percent selling bonus of $46,000.

MacDonald chose to take a bulk sum payment of the $4.6 million — an amount of $2.3 million. After taxes, he received $1.56 million.

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