The Associated Press PORTLAND — A state police captain once in charge of internal affairs who was accused of using his department fuel card for his personal vehicle has made restitution of nearly $500, resigned and been sentenced to three days in jail. The police said in a statement that 39-year-old Jeff Randall Lanz pleaded guilty Thursday…More
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The Associated Press PORTLAND — An ex-Oregon State Police detective accused of having sex with a prostitute while on duty pleaded guilty Monday to official misconduct and was sentenced to seven days in the Multnomah County Jail. KOIN reports 50-year-old Richard Narvaez worked for Oregon State Police for 23 years and resigned in September. He was assigned to…More
A former State Patrol lieutenant accused of falsifying overtime has been charged with official misconduct by the King County Prosecutor’s Office. William Gardiner, who retired in October, is accused of claiming overtime he did not work and “miscoding” some overtime so that it would count toward his retirement, according to the charges. He also allegedly fixed four parking…More