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    2A • December 11, 2015 • Seaside Signal • seasidesignal.com
Seaside man sentenced
for attempted jail escape
By Kyle Spurr
EO Media Group
SUBMITTED PHOTO/SEASIDE SIGNAL
One of the two inmates
who tried to escape from
Clatsop County Jail in July
was sentenced to more than
eight years in prison for the
escape and other cases of
identity theft, burglary and
violating probation.
Anthony Craig Osborne,
25, of Seaside, pleaded no
contest Friday, Dec. 4, to
identity theft, second-de-
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gree criminal mischief as
part of a plea agreement.
The criminal mischief
conviction stems from the
escape case. Other charges
of attempted escape were
dropped.
Because of Osborne’s
criminal history of repeated
property crimes, the District
Attorney’s
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able to get
a
longer
sentence
for criminal
m i s c h i e f Anthony Craig
than
it
Osborne
would have
for the attempted escape.
Osborne was sentenced
to a total of 102 months in
prison. The other inmate in
the escape attempt, Kevin
Michael Burnham, 26, of
Seaside, was sentenced in
September to more than six
years in prison. Osborne
was charged with criminal
mischief for causing more
than $1,000 in damage to the
window and other jail prop-
erty, according to the indict-
ment. The estimated dam-
age was between $4,000 and
$5,000.
Aftermath of a crash on Highway 26 that killed a Seaside woman.
Police investigate fatal crash on
Highway 26 in Clatsop County
information from the state
police indicates a 2006
Pontiac sedan was traveling
westbound on Highway 26
when it slowed to make a
turn onto Route 103. While
the Pontiac was stopped,
waiting for passing traf-
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1992 Ford F350, the state
police report. The impact
pushed the Pontiac into the
eastbound lanes of travel,
where it collided head-on
with a 2004 Jeep Cherokee.
Rambo, the driver of the
Pontiac, was pronounced
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Seaside died Sunday, Nov.
29, in a multi-vehicle crash
on U.S. Highway 26 that
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