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Machines at convenience stores and other non-bank locations account for the majority of ATM compromises. Beware of ATMs whose card slots are a different color than the rest of the machine; have unusual equipment on the slot, keypad or sides, or overhead (which could hide a camera); or don't accept your card smoothly. Newer ATMs have a flashing or steady light at the card slot. If the account is skimmed, the lower balance would limit your losses. Banks generally set a daily limit for ATM withdrawals, but you can request to have the amount of the limit reduced--say, $100 or less per day--to prevent scammers from making successive withdrawals within minutes.The investigation has determined icy road conditions to be the cause.The driver of the pickup lost control and crossed the center line and hit the bus head-on.Parents are responding to the scene to pick up their children and there are no reports of injuries.The roadway is expected to be blocked for the next hour.- Drive Slowly - The normal dry pavement following distance of three to four seconds should be increased to eight to ten seconds. - Don't power up hills and Don't stop going down hills. Today around p.m., deputies were called to Dick's Sporting Goods on Lancaster Drive NE, after a woman mouthed the words "help me" to several patrons inside of the store.

When deputies arrived they contacted a woman, her minor child and Christopher Hahn-Collins, age 25, of Salem.

Hide this Message Today at p.m., deputies with the Marion County Sheriff's Office located and detained Robert Bilbruck, age 65 of Salem at his residence in the 1700 block of Winter Street NE in Salem. Bilbruck was identified as the primary suspect in a burglary that took place on December 20th at the Blondzee's Guest House Restaurant located on Portland Road NE in Salem.

Deputies developed probable cause after receiving numerous tips from viewers of area news as well as tips sent in by our media partners. Bilbruck was detained at his residence in the 1700 block of Winter Street NE in Salem.

From their investigation deputies with the Marion County Sheriff's Office CRASH Team believe that Justin Coakley, age 21, was driving his Ford truck north on Windsor Island Road when he lost control causing the vehicle to roll over. Coakley and his passenger Alysia Frost, age 20, of Portland, were transported to the Salem Hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

Sadly, the second passenger in the vehicle, Karlie Thometz, age 18, of Salem was killed instantly. Coakley was arrested by deputies and lodged at the Marion County Jail for the crimes of DUII, Manslaughter II, Reckless Endangering and Assault IV.

The following day the victim convinced the suspect to take her to Dick's Sporting Goods where she was able to mouth the words "help me" to several patrons inside the store. Hahn-Collins knew the victim at the time of her kidnapping. Hahn-Collins has been lodged at the Marion County Jail for the crimes of Kidnapping 1 x 2, Menacing, Burglary 1, Unlawful Use of a Weapon, Unlawful Possession of a Weapon, Giving False Information to the Police and a Parole Violation Warrant for Sex Abuse.