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something we can laugh about instead of dwelling on.
I’m not making excused, but I think that’s the way police officers vent.”In a separate letter of mitigating circumstances Hoover wrote to the DPSST, he calls this practice of private joking “Blue humor,” and says all officers take part in them on some level to process the difficult parts of the job, writing: “…when these conversations occur it is of the belief we are not making fun of a specific individual or their situation, we are simply turning something horrible into something more digestible…
A fellow police officer, Alex Stone, filed a complaint against Hoover with the DPSST, saying that Hoover compared African Americans to monkeys, acted like a monkey and sang the confederate song “Dixie Land” during a shift-change meeting in June 2015, after Stone recounted a call he’d had that night involving an African American woman who was arrested and threatened to sue. The committee will make a recommendation to the DPSST Board for a final decision, which could come in July.
The new records show that an investigator from the DPSST interviewed Marvin Hoover in November about the allegations, at which point Hoover recalled Stone’s story, saying:“That’s what started the conversation about black people. Fox 12 reached out to Hoover for comment on the report Tuesday, but did not hear back.
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The names and addresses of persons whom the district attorney intends to call as witnesses at any stage of the trial, together with their relevant written or recorded statements or memoranda of any oral statements of such persons.
Any reports or statements of experts, made in connection with the particular case, including results of physical or mental examinations and of scientific tests, experiments or comparisons which the district attorney intends to offer in evidence at the trial.
Notwithstanding paragraph (a) of this subsection, the district attorney shall disclose the personal identifiers of the victim and any witnesses if the trial court orders the disclosure.Wrisley, 138 Or App 344, 909 P2d 877 (1995), Sup Ct review denied Notes and rough drafts used to prepare final report are not discoverable as statements where no significant difference exists between rough drafts and final report. Jackson, 31 Or App 645, 571 P2d 523 (1977) Where defendant did not request discovery in accordance with ORS 135.845 he could not claim prejudice by state's alleged failure to comply with this section. Dixon, 31 Or App 1027, 571 P2d 922 (1977), Sup Ct review denied Fact that defendant could have obtained copies of requested records on his own initiative did not relieve state of duty to disclose imposed by this section. Carsner, 31 Or App 1115, 572 P2d 339 (1977) In trial of defendant charged with theft of tractor, it was improper for trial court to overrule, without making further factual inquiry, defendant's objection that photographs of allegedly stolen tractor had not been disclosed to him prior to trial. Warren, 31 Or App 1121, 572 P2d 341 (1977) Notes and rough drafts differ from "statements" because notes and drafts are not intended to serve as communication to others. Morrison, 33 Or App 9, 575 P2d 988 (1978) Fragmentary notes and rough drafts are not subject to discovery as "statements." State v.Morrison, 33 Or App 9, 575 P2d 988 (1978); State v. oral statements made by defendant," notwithstanding that copy of report prepared from notes had been given to defendant. Fritz, 72 Or App 409, 695 P2d 972 (1985), Sup Ct review denied Arresting officer's response to complaint of misconduct of arresting officer relating to circumstances of arrest of relator which relator sought in conjunction with criminal prosecution is subject to discovery under this section. Thomas, 74 Or App 137, 7 (1985), Sup Ct review denied District attorney is not required to disclose capacity in which witness will testify nor content of testimony and was not required to inform defendant that witness would be testifying as expert. Caulder, 75 Or App 457, 7 (1985), Sup Ct review denied Where caseworker took notes during interviews with complainant and her mother, both of whom testified against defendant, charged with sexual abuse, notes of those conversations would be memoranda of oral statements by state's witnesses and in control of district attorney. Warren, 81 Or App 463, 726 P2d 387 (1986), aff'd 304 Or 428, 746 P2d 711 (1987) Where defendant, charged with sodomy and sexual abuse, was denied access to Children's Services Division file about victim and offense, no statute granted defendant direct access to entire CSD file though trial court should conduct in camera review of those portions of file as indicated in defendant's discovery request, determine whether it contains evidence favorable to defense and turn such evidence over to defendant. Warren, 304 Or 428, 746 P2d 711 (1987) Where defendant sought disclosure of statements made by state's prospective witnesses and requested in camera inspection by court of Children's Services Division case records relating to victim, court erred when it failed to review files for exculpatory evidence. Wattenbarger, 97 Or App 414, 7 (1989), Sup Ct review denied This section did not provide authority for trial court's order directing district attorney to produce each of 53 children in custody of State of Oregon Children's Services Division for pretrial interview by defense counsel. Lowe, 307 Or 395, 769 P2d 188 (1989) Court did not abuse its discretion in denying defendant's discovery motion requesting state to produce and classify extensive information on all instances of use of particular model of intoxilyzer machine. Andes, 104 Or App 719, 803 P2d 273 (1990), Sup Ct review denied Where state provided defendant with photocopy of photo state intended to introduce into evidence, this section is not violated by inadvertent failure of state to provide defendant with copy of photo. Farrar, 309 Or 132, 786 P2d 161 (1990) Trial judge's duty to undertake in camera inspection of Children's Services Division case records cannot be delegated to party or to party's counsel. Lewis, 310 Or 541, 800 P2d 786 (1990) Trial court did not err in denying motion to make genitalia of victims of sexual abuse available for inspection since district attorney had no custodial relationship with victims that gave him authority to compel examination. Gallup, 108 Or App 508, 816 P2d 669 (1991) Prosecutor was required to disclose portions of Children's Services Division files containing written memoranda of statements of witnesses state intended to call, even though files were confidential under [former] ORS 418.770. Wood, 112 Or App 61, 827 P2d 924 (1992), Sup Ct review denied Because state did not call defendant's wife or 911 dispatcher and no evidence indicates state intended to call wife or dispatcher, recorded conversation between wife and 911 dispatcher was not subject to discovery. Norman, 114 Or App 395, 835 P2d 146 (1992) Inspection of police personnel file by trial court in camerawas appropriate to determine whether file contained exculpatory material. Leslie, 119 Or App 249, 8 (1993), Sup Ct review denied Where evidence was not inherently exculpatory and no direct link existed between evidence and defendant's involvement in crime, defendant failed to prove that undisclosed evidence was material and favorable to defense. Baker, 126 Or App 255, 8 (1994), Sup Ct review denied Written statements are "relevant" and subject to disclosure only if pertaining to specific testimony to be given by particular witness being called. Divito, 152 Or App 672, 955 P2d 327 (1998), aff'd on other grounds, 330 Or 319, (2000) Police failure to include relevant information in notes or reports is not imputable to district attorney as failure to disclose information. Divito, 330 Or 319, (2000) See also annotations under ORS 133.755 in permanent edition."The safety and welfare of all of our student-athletes is paramount in all that we do," University of Oregon officials said in a statement."While we cannot comment on the health of our individual students, we have implemented modifications as we transition back into full training to prevent further occurrences.
The cameras look approximately south-southeast across the North Fork Toutle River Valley.