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    10A COTTAGE GROVE SENTINEL JANUARY 24, 2018
Crab feed delayed due to bad season
By Caitlyn May
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Crab season has offi cially started but boats remain docked after
starting prices sunk below last year's rate and rough ocean condi-
tions continue. All bad news for an event couched on eating crab.
The Cottage Grove Crab Feed announced that it has shifted
from its date of Jan. 27 to third Saturday in February in the hopes
of having something to fi ll the plates.
The event, in its ninth year, benefi ts Habitat for Humanity and
routinely draws a crowd.
Crab season was initially delayed from its usual Dec. 1 opening
to Jan. 15 to allow for the animals to grow, yielding more meat.
However, when the season did open, it was at $2.30 a pound--59
cents lower than last year's opening price of $2.89 a pound. Rough
ocean conditions also kept boats docked.
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Arrest made in Creswell stabbing
On Jan. 19 the Lane
County Sheriff’s Offi ce
received
a
report
of a stabbing at the
Meadowlark RV Park
in Creswell. Deputies
responded to investigate
and identifi ed 37-year-
old Jacob Laskey of
Creswell as a suspect;
however, he was no
longer at the RV Park.
Deputies located Laskey
shortly thereafter in
Springfi eld.
He was
arrested and lodged at
the Lane County Jail for
Assault 2, Unlawful Use
of a Weapon, Menacing,
and Criminal Trespass 2.
The victim, a 41-year-
old white male from
Creswell,
received
medical attention for his
injuries. The victim and
Laskey knew each other
prior to the incident on
the 19th.
There are no indicators
that this crime was
motivated by bias.
Jacob Laskey
CRASH TIES UP INTERSTATE 5
On Wednesday January 17, 2018 at approximately 7:46pm OSP
Springfi eld and Roseburg responded to a multi-vehicle injury crash
on I-5 near milepost 168.
Preliminary investigation revealed a southbound commercial mo-
tor vehicle (CMV), driven by Amarveer Dahliwal (age 45 from Ev-
erett, Washington), lost control of its trailer and struck the outside
guardrail, the driver then overcorrected, crossed both southbound
travel lanes and struck the center concrete barrier. The collision with
the barrier dislodged several large concrete sections, forcing them
into the northbound travel lanes.
A second northbound CMV, driven by David Solheim (age 55
from Myrtle Creek) stopped at the crash scene, exited the vehicle,
in attempts to warn the southbound traffi c. Solheim was struck by
a southbound Dodge pick-up, driven by Decontee Renda (age 23
from). Solheim was transported to sacred Heart at Riverbend hospital
in Springfi eld with serious injuries.
Four northbound vehicles crashed into the concrete barriers that
were pushed into the northbound lane. Those vehicles were driven
by: Bobby Carter (age 47 from Springfi eld), and Michelle Nickell
(age 57 from Cottage Grove), Adam Castro (age 52 from Spring-
fi eld), and a driver of a Dodge Charger.In total fi ve people were trans-
ported to Sacred Heart at Riverbend Hospital with injuries ranging
from minor to serious.
The crashes completed blocked both northbound and southbound
lanes however Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) was
able to open one lane of travel in both directions in under two hours,
allowing tow operators on scene to remove the vehicles. ODOT Inci-
dent Response remained on scene to replace the six concrete sections.
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