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Salem man charged in state’s largest “ghost gun” manufacturing workshop, feds say – Salem Reporter

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CRIME Mar. 17

Salem man charged in state’s largest “ghost gun” manufacturing workshop, feds say

The U.S. Attorney’s Office said Thursday that Tyler Ray Harnden paid people with substance abuse disorders in oxycodone pills laced with fentanyl to illegally buy firearms for him.

LOCAL SCHOOLS Mar. 17

Enthusiasm, teamwork shine in Swegle soccer club

A trio of Blanchet seniors is putting on a free soccer club for neighboring Swegle elementary students as their senior community service project. Swegle parents and families filled the high school stadium in support during their inaugural game last week.

ON THE AIR Mar. 17

ON THE AIR: High school students in Salem-Keizer still struggling to adjust to being back in class

LISTEN IN: Catch the back story on the latest local news with Managing Editor Rachel Alexander on community radio station KMWV (98.3 FM) with “In Case You Missed It – With Salem Reporter.”

CRIME Mar. 17

Police reports provide insight into investigation of body found in suitcase, trunk

Nobody else was supposed to be staying at the apartment where ARCHES placed Richard Flennory. Salem officers conducting a welfare check found two men in the apartment, one of whom later pleaded guilty to putting Flennory’s body in a car.

OREGON ECONOMY Mar. 17

COLUMN: Lower wages, higher barriers to entry among reasons fewer Oregon teens work

The share of Oregon teens and young adults working has declined over the past two decades, thanks to a mix of social and economic factors.

Source: https://www.salemreporter.com/posts/6268/salem-man-charged-in-states-largest-ghost-gun-manufacturing-workshop-feds-say

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