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Springfield, Oregon Offense Statistics
Population 60,485
Violent Crime 201
Murder and Non-Negligent Manslaughter 8
Rape (revised and legacy definition) 27
Robbery 38
Aggravated Assault 128
Property Crime 2,688
Burglary 287
Larceny-Theft 2,246
Motor Vehicle Theft 155
Arson 15
Data Source: FBI Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program – Publication: Crime in the United States 2015

230 4th St, Springfield, OR 97477, United States

***Update - missing 15 year old, Tyler Campbell located - thank you for your assistance***

Tyler Campbell was last seen Sunday, November 12th in the Thurston area.
Please contact if you have any info on his whereabouts.

Cops best friend. Good boy Falko!

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Tuesday Tip! If you are going to be traveling for the holidays remember these tips from the National Safety Council:

- Use a designated driver to ensure guests make it home safely after a holiday party; alcohol, over-the-counter or illegal drugs all cause impairment

- Make sure every person in the vehicle is properly buckled up no matter how long or short the distance being traveled

- Put that cell phone away; distracted driving causes one-quarter of all crashes

- Properly maintain the vehicle and keep an emergency kit with you

- Be prepared for heavy traffic, and possibly heavy snow
20 hours ago
***Update - missing 15 year old, Tyler Campbell located - thank you for your assistance***
1 day ago
Misc. Monday!

City of Springfield, Oregon Government's Bagged Leaf Pickup Program starts after Thanksgiving! Pledge to properly dispose of your leaves and get entered into a drawing for $100 gift card to a local home improvement store. For pick up dates and how to pledge visit
4 days ago

Tyler Campbell was last seen Sunday, November 12th in the Thurston area.

Please contact if you have any info on his whereabouts.
4 days ago
Good news! Lilith has been reunited with her 14 and 11 year-old humans

Police seeking to reunite animal cruelty victim dog with family.

location: 2500 block D Street Springfield
Case Number: 17-10593
Date/Time: 11/17/17 2:00 p.m.
More Information: Lieutenant Scott McKee
Completed By: Lieutenant Scott McKee

Police are trying to reunite a female Terrier mix dog with her owner following her rescue today after a neighbor reported a man beating the dog with a baseball bat. The incident unfolded this morning shortly before 10:00 a.m. when a neighbor called police to report he saw a man chasing and hitting a dog with a baseball bat.

Police arrested Ryan Christopher Kastrava, age 38 of Springfield following their investigation, which revealed Kastrava chased and pursued the fleeing dog into blackberry bushes in an alley behind his home in what appears to be an anger driven attack on the animal. Kastrava alleged the small female dog attacked his chickens after allegedly digging into his chicken coup. Kastrava told police the dog had killed two of his chickens, motivating his rage, but the police investigation revealed all of the five caged chickens appeared free from injury.

An Animal Control Officer found the terrier lying in the alley suffering from a large bleeding laceration on her skull. The officer scooped the suffering dog and transported her to Springfield Emergency Veterinary Hospital where she is being treated for her injuries and monitored for any brain or other internal injuries. Police and veterinary staff described the terrier as a gentle and friendly dog despite her injuries.

Meanwhile, Kastrava is charged with Second Degree Animal Abuse in connection with the attack. These charges could change if the terrier’s condition takes a turn for the worse, but veterinary staff are optimistic for full recovery. “Being reunited with her people would help her condition,” said Officer Brian Austin – The Springfield Animal Control officer who responded to the call.

Kastrava told police he struck the dog when she turned on him and bit him, however their investigation determined the only injuries on Kastrava were those created by blackberry thorns scratches he sustained while pursuing the fleeing dog deep into blackberry bushes in the alley around the corner from his home. Police believe Kastrava struck the dog with an aluminum baseball bat after the dog came out of hiding after he chased her into deep into the blackberry bushes.

Springfield police are using funds from their citizen created CHETT Pet Fund to pay for the treatment of the terrier. These funds are intended for police to utilize under such circumstances. Donations to the CHETT Pet Fund can be made in person at the Springfield Justice Center.
4 days ago
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