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Turner Police Department is located at 5255 Chicago St, Turner, 97392 OR. The Acting Chief of Police of the department is Don Taylor. The Turner Police Department phone number is (503) 743-2588.
Have a wonderful and SAFE evening!
We look forward to this event each and every year! A huge thanks to all who donate and support this event for the children!
It’s getting chilly out! Give yourself a few extra minutes to defrost your vehicle’s windows. And please do NOT leave your running vehicle unattended.
Today, November 30th at 3:00 p.m., Clayton Stanfill, age 53, of Turner was arraigned at the Marion County Circuit Court annex on an indictment issued by a grand jury for murder. The indictment was related to the October 15th shooting investigation where Judy Stanfill, age 52, was found deceased in her residence in the 5000 block of Ash Street in Turner.
We do not know every veteran but we do owe a debt of gratitude to each and every single one. Thank you for your service and we truly honor you, not only on this special day, but each and every day. Thank you!
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We will have treats tonight!!!
The holiday season is just around the corner.....be responsible!
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Be sure to stop by City Hall and grab a 2018 magnetic calendar that includes our important non-emergency telephone number!!
Deputies have identified the victim in last night's shooting as Judy Stanfill, age 52, of Turner. Ms. Stanfill lived at her residence in the 5000 block of Ash Street with her husband Clayton Stanfill, age 53. Mr. Stanfill is currently at the Salem Hospital where he is expected to recover from a gunshot wound. Detectives are still working to determine exactly what happened yesterday afternoon in the Stanfill home. Detectives do not believe anyone else was involved in the incident and there is no immediate danger to the public. The Sheriff's Office and the Turner Police Departments thoughts go out to the Stanfill family and her co-workers at the Marion County Circuit Court. Ms. Stanfill's autopsy is scheduled for tomorrow morning. The Sheriff's Office does not anticipate any further releases until the case has been fully investigated, that time frame is not yet known. Anyone with information is asked to call the Sheriff's Office anonymous tip line at 503 540 8079.
3rd St is now open to all traffic. Thank you for your patience.
Deputies Investigating After Two People Found Shot ***Update*** (Photo) - 10/15/17 Today at 4:26 p.m., deputies were called to 5000 block of Ash Street in Turner, after a man walked into the Turner Fire Department with a gunshot wound. Turner Fire personnel began treating the man and called the Sheriff's Office for assistance. When deputies arrived they searched the man's residence and located a female deceased inside. Detectives are now on scene and processing evidence, the area of 3rd Street and Ash Street in Turner is completely blocked and will remain closed for the next several hours. This is an active investigation and the Sheriff's Office is not prepared to release any further details at this time. The Sheriff's Office does not anticipate any additional releases this evening. The Sheriff's Office is being assisted by the; Turner Police Department, Stayton Police Department, Keizer Police Department, Aumsville Police Department, Marion County Medical Examiner's Office and the Marion County District Attorney's Office.
***3rd St is completely closed between Ash St and Cedar St. Please use alternate route, such as 5th St.***
The rain is back, finally!! Roads will be a bit slick with the oils, so drive a bit slower and allow yourself some extra space as well as time to get where you are going. Happy Monday!!
The rain is coming. Enjoy the sunshine while we still have it!!
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Northbound traffic on Turner Rd is closed at Gath Rd due to large grass fire. Please find alternate route.
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Put the phone away, stop messing around and pay attention! No, this message isn't for the students, it's for all the drivers. School is starting so it's time to pay attention, being vigilant while driving, as many kids will be out and about now heading to and from school. Slow down and keep an ever watchful eye for them. Let's have a safe and great new school year!
Patience is not simply the ability to wait, it's how we behave while we are waiting.