Update 5 | Skibo Fire | Superior NF

Updated 5/12/2016 2130 PDT

INCIDENT SUMMARY

8-10 fires were strung along several miles from Hoyt Lakes to W of Skibo Road (FS Rd 120) with some speculating that a train had passed through the area just before the fires broke out.  However, our sources say that US Forest Law Enforcement Officers are currently investigating for the exact cause.

Firefighters are waiting near helicopter

Firefighter with Chopper. Courtesy: Superior NF

As of this post, Law Enforcement agencies are still investigating and searching for the original cause of this fire.

Date / Time:   

  • 5/6/2016

Location:  

  • 2 miles E of Hoyt Lakes, MN
  • N of St Louis County Hwy 110 aka Forest Highway
You can see the smokes in the background

Fire burns on both sides of the tracks. (Courtesy: Inciweb)

Cause:

  • Unknown
  • Under investigation
railroad tracks with smoke in background

Smoke hangs in the background near RR tracks. (Courtesy: Inciweb)

Fire Fuels:  

  • Timber
  • Tall grass
  • Light logging slash

FIRE ACTIVITIES – STATUS

The following events have occurred on this fire.

5/6/2016

  • Fire Started

Mapping of fire area. Courtesy: Superior National Forest

5/7/2016

  • Minimal fire growth
  • Command turned over to MNICS IMT2 Team B.
  • Improved mapping.

5/8/2016

  • Focusing fire suppression efforts on areas SW of Allen Junction and near town of Skibo
  • Crews will strengthen fire lines, check hotspots and provide structure protection
  • Air and ground supports units will be used
  • Weather consists of critically low humidity in the low 20’s but sunny with temps in the high 60’s.  Winds forecast with light winds from NW 4-7 mph with gusts up to 12 mph.
  • 12% containment status.
Fire spreading in the forest

Courtesy:  Inciweb

5/11/2016

  • Fire behavior is very calm.
  • Weather has improved:  Winds died down. Higher humidity.
  • Structure protection continues.
  • Fire is strung out with segments stretching nearly 8 miles E of Hoyt Lake to West of Skibo Road. (Forest Service Rd 120)
  • Previous closures have now been listed.
  • 84% containment status.
Fire in ground litter

Courtesy: Inciweb

5/12/2016

  • Still holding @ 973 acres.
  • 93% containment status reached.
  • 2 Type 1 engines and 2 Helicopters.
  • Previous area closures lifted.
  • 48 personnel assigned.
  • Chance of frost tonight and tomorrow evening.
  • IC:  MNICS Team B, Greg Peterson.
  • Last report.

 

Helicopter flying over fire with water

Courtesy: Superior National Forest

SOCIAL MEDIA

Hashtags:

  • #SkiboFire
  • #SuperiorNF
  • #HoytLakes
  • #MNFires2016

(c) 2016 The #NWFireBlog

 

 

Update 4 | Skibo Fire | Superior NF

Updated 5/11/2016 2200 PDT

INCIDENT SUMMARY

8-10 fires were strung along several miles from Hoyt Lakes to W of Skibo Road (FS Rd 120) with some speculating that a train had passed through the area just before the fires broke out.  However, our sources say that US Forest Law Enforcement Officers are currently investigating for the exact cause.

Firefighters are waiting near helicopter

Firefighter with Chopper. Courtesy: Superior NF

As of this post, Law Enforcement agencies are still investigating and searching for the original cause of this fire.

Date / Time:   

  • 5/6/2016

Location:  

  • 2 miles E of Hoyt Lakes, MN
  • N of St Louis County Hwy 110 aka Forest Highway
You can see the smokes in the background

Fire burns on both sides of the tracks. (Courtesy: Inciweb)

Acreage:  973, adjusted down.

Cause:

  • Unknown
  • Under investigation
railroad tracks with smoke in background

Smoke hangs in the background near RR tracks. (Courtesy: Inciweb)

Fire Fuels:  

  • Timber
  • Tall grass
  • Light logging slash

FIRE ACTIVITIES – STATUS

The following events have occurred on this fire.

5/6/2016

  • Fire Started

Mapping of fire area. Courtesy: Superior National Forest

5/7/2016

  • Minimal fire growth
  • Command turned over to MNICS IMT2 Team B.
  • Improved mapping.

5/8/2016

  • Focusing fire suppression efforts on areas SW of Allen Junction and near town of Skibo
  • Crews will strengthen fire lines, check hotspots and provide structure protection
  • Air and ground supports units will be used
  • Weather consists of critically low humidity in the low 20’s but sunny with temps in the high 60’s.  Winds forecast with light winds from NW 4-7 mph with gusts up to 12 mph.
  • 12% containment status.
Fire spreading in the forest

Courtesy:  Inciweb

5/11/2016

  • Fire behavior is very calm.
  • Weather has improved:  Winds died down. Higher humidity.
  • Structure protection continues.
  • Fire is strung out with segments stretching nearly 8 miles E of Hoyt Lake to West of Skibo Road. (Forest Service Rd 120)
  • Previous closures have now been listed.
  • 84% containment status.

RESOURCES

Personnel:

  • 185 Personnel
Helicopter flying over fire with water

Courtesy: Superior National Forest

Equipment:

  • 2 – Type 2 Engines
  • 2 – Type 1 crews
  • 10-Dozers
  • 1 – Helicopter

Mutual Aid:

  • USDA Forest Service
  • MN DNR
  • Aurora VFD
  • Hoyt Lakes FD
  • Palo FD
  • St. Louis Co Sheriff’s Office
  • N. St. Louis Co. Rescue Squad
  • East Range PD
  • Palo VFD
  • City of Hoyt Lakes
  • DNR Conservation Officers
  • USFS Law Enforcement
Fire in ground litter

Fire behavior is too obvious in where it is headed with a mind of its own. (Courtesy: Inciweb)

SOCIAL MEDIA

Hashtags:

  • #SkiboFire
  • #SuperiorNF
  • #HoytLakes
  • #MNFires2016

(c) 2016 The #NWFireBlog

 

 

Update 3 | Skibo Fire | Superior NF

INCIDENT SUMMARY

8-10 fires were strung along several miles from Hoyt Lakes to W of Skibo Road (FS Rd 120) with some speculating that a train had passed through the area just before the fires broke out.  However, our sources say that US Forest Law Enforcement Officers are currently investigating for the exact cause.

Date / Time:   

  • 5/6/2016

Location:  

  • 2 miles E of Hoyt Lakes, MN
  • N of St Louis County Hwy 110 aka Forest Highway
You can see the smokes in the background

Fire burns on both sides of the tracks. (Courtesy: Inciweb)

Acreage:  1000

Cause:

  • Unknown
  • Under investigation
railroad tracks with smoke in background

Smoke hangs in the background near RR tracks. (Courtesy: Inciweb)

FIRE ACTIVITIES – STATUS

The following events have occurred on this fire.

5/6/2016

  • Fire Started

5/7/2016

  • Minimal fire growth
  • Command turned over to MNICS IMT2 Team B.
  • Improved mapping.

5/8/2016

  • Focusing fire suppression efforts on areas SW of Allen Junction and near town of Skibo
  • Crews will strengthen fire lines, check hotspots and provide structure protection
  • Air and ground supports units will be used
  • Weather consists of critically low humidity in the low 20’s but sunny with temps in the high 60’s.  Winds forecast with light winds from NW 4-7 mph with gusts up to 12 mph.
  • 12% containment status.
Fire spreading in the forest

Fire burns its own path in the forest. (Courtesy: Inciweb)

RESOURCES

Personnel:

  • 300 Fire Personnel from 12 States
  • 3 Type 1 Engines
  • 7 Dozers
  • 1 Type 1 Helicopter
  • 1 Type 2 Helicopter

Mutual Aid:

  • USDA Forest Service
  • MN DNR
  • Aurora VFD
  • Hoyt Lakes FD
  • Palo FD
  • St. Louis Co Sheriff’s Office
  • N. St. Louis Co. Rescue Squad
  • East Range PD
  • Palo VFD
  • City of Hoyt Lakes
  • DNR Conservation Officers
  • USFS Law Enforcement
Fire in ground litter

Fire behavior is too obvious in where it is headed with a mind of its own. (Courtesy: Inciweb)

CLOSURES

County Roads:

  • 565
  • 569

Forest Service:

  • 120
  • 420
  • 795
  • 113

SOCIAL MEDIA

Hashtags:

  • #SkiboFire
  • #SuperiorNF
  • #HoytLakes
  • #MNFires2016

(c) 2016 The #NWFireBlog

 

 

Update 2 | Skibo Fire | Superior NF

INCIDENT SUMMARY

8-10 fires were found to be burning along the Railroad tracks.  Those fires have merged into 3-4 larger fires.

The larger fires have been pushed to the N to the SE due to extreme windy conditions.

No word from Officials on the cause of the fire.  It is still under investigation.

The fire started on May 6, 2016 around 1430 hours.

LOCATION

The Skibo Fire is located in the following areas:

  • 3 miles E of Hoyt Lakes to W of Skibo Road
  • N of St Louis County Hwy 110 & Forest hwy 11
  • 2 miles E of Hoyt Lakes
  • in Duluth, MN – Northern part of the state

INCIDENT COOPERATORS

It is key to have all Agencies work together when major incidents occur.  Here are the agencies that have teamed up for this these large fires.

  • USDA Forest Service
  • Hoyt Lakes VFD
  • Aurora VFD
  • Palo VFD
  • Brimson VFD
  • St. Louis Co Sheriffs Office
  • St. Louis Co Rescue Squad
  • City of Hoyt Lakes
  • Forest Service LE Agencies
  • Local EMS units
  • East Range PD

ACRES

Due to heavy smoke from both this incident and Canadian fires, Fire Managers are unable to gain intel on the number of acres this fire has consumed.

FIRE ACTIVITIES

Many activities have occurred since yesterday and here is the breakdown on how Fire crews and managers are working to try to stop these fires.

  • Helicopters:  Grounded on 5/6/2016 in later afternoon due to high winds.
  • Heavy Smoke:  Smoke is heavy from this fire and from Canada creating poor visibility and stopping personnel to determine the full burned acres.  They are hoping to have those numbers by today.
  • Intial Attack:  completed by USDA Forest Service, MN DNR and Hoyt Lakes FD.
  • Tireless Efforts:  Crews and air resources are working 24/7

EVACUATIONS

The following areas or communities have been evacuated with the assistance of the St. Louis County Sheriff’s Office and North St. Louis County Rescue Squad.

  • Permanent Residences:  2-3
  • Seasonal Cabins:  6-8
  • Northland Village Assisted Living facility:  18 residents from E side of Hoyt Lake, but have since returned later last night.

FIRE RESOURCES

Currently assigned to the incident are the following resources:

  • USDA FS:  7 engines & crews
  • Type 1 Air Tankers:  2
  • SEATs:  4

CLOSURES

The following have been closed.  Please remember to heed to Emergency traffic in the area.

  • County Roads:  565 and 569
  • Forest Service Roads:  120, 420, 795, 113

WEATHER

The weather has been ferocious to those who wish to stop the Fire Monster.

  • High winds
  • Increased high temps
  • Low humidity

HASHTAGS

#SkiboFire   #MNFires2016

(c) 2016 The #NWFireBlog

 

Sheriff Office Searching for Missing Arlington Couple | Update 3

COUPLE BELIEVED TO BE MURDERED

The Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office released an additional formal statement on their websitetoday  regarding the Arlington, Washington state missing couple, Patrick “Pat” Shunn, 45 and his wife, Monique Patenaude, 46 who went missing on Tuesday, April 12, 2016.

Patrick "Pat" Shunn and his wife, Monique Patenaude in happier times. Photo Credit: Snohomish County Sheriff's Office.

Patrick “Pat” Shunn and his wife, Monique Patenaude in happier times. Photo Credit: Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office.

Pat was last seen at his job in Kirkland on Monday, while his wife at 1300 hours on that same day.  Neighbors called Police on Tuesday, when Monique who had other plans did not show up.  Pat did not call or show up for work the next day either.  His brother says that he usually calls and this is so out-of-character for him.

Police originally called the disappearances as suspicious.   Detectives now believe that the couple may be victims of Homicidal violence according to evidence left at the remote wooded location where their two vehicles had been dumped and at the former home of one of the suspects.

EVIDENCE DOES NOT LIE

Detectives believe the couple may be victims of homicidal violence due to the evidence collected from the two vehicles that had been dumped in a remote, wooded area about 15 miles from the couple’s home.  Access to the vehicles originally was delayed due to the very steep and rocky terrain.  The vehicles have since been towed from the dump site.

Police also found evidence at the former John Reed’s home near where the couple resided.

SUSPECTS WANTED BY POLICE

Two suspects have been named by tbe Sheriff’s Office.

John Blaine Reed, 53 is described as 5’8″, 190# with hazel eyes and gray hair. [See photo below].

Suspect John Reed.  Photo Credit:  Snohomish County Sheriff's Office

Suspect John Reed. Photo Credit: Snohomish County Sheriff’s Offices

John’s brother, Tony Clyde Reed, 49, is described as 5’11”, 150#s has green eyes and gray hair. [See photo below]

Suspect Tony Reed with facial hair.  Photo Credit:  Snohomish County Sheriff's Office.

Suspect Tony Reed with facial hair. Photo Credit: Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office.

Suspect Tony Reed without facial hair. Photo Credit:  Snohomish County Sheriff's Office.

Suspect Tony Reed without facial hair. Photo Credit: Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office.

The Sheriff’s Office Detective believe the Reed brothers are traveling in a maroon colored 2007 VW EOS Coupe with WA Plate #AXH5106. [See photo below]

Suspect Vehicle.  Photo Credit:  Snohomish County Sheriff's Office.

Suspect Vehicle. Photo Credit: Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office.

They are convicted felons and have an extensive criminal history.  They are considered Armed and Dangerous.  Police ask that you do not approach them but call 9-1-1.

SEARCHING FOR ANSWERS

Search and rescue teams continue to search for the missing couple in a large area North of the couple’s home near Oso, Washington.  The Sheriff’s Office say that locating them is their number one priority.

If you know where the location of the Reed brothers are, contact Police by calling 9-1-1 and do not approach them.  An anonymous Tip Line has also been established at 425-388-3845.  The Sheriff’s Office say they are eager to catch the two brothers as well and get these two dangerous criminals off the streets.

Or, if you have information leading to the location of the Arlington couple, Police also ask that you contact them as well at the above phone numbers.

SOCIAL MEDIA

#ShunnPatenaude

#MissingArlingtonCouple

 

 

(c) 2016 The NW Fire Blog

 

 

 

Sheriff Office Searching for Missing Arlington Couple | Update 2

SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES CONFIRMED

The Snohomish County Sheriff Trenary released an update on the missing Arlington , Washington state couple today at 1400 hours.

An Arlington, Washington couple – Patrick Shunn, 45 and his wife, former B.C. resident, Monique Patenaude, 46, have been missing since Tuesday, April 12, 2016.  Patrick was last seen at his job in Kirkland on Monday, April 11th.  His brother pleaded to the news media saying this is completely out-of-character for him.

Reports released in the Media, say Patrick “Pat” Shunn’s wife, Monique Patenaude was last seen around 1pm on that same Monday near her property.  Authorities were called when they failed to show up for pre-planned events.

The couple have ties to Oregon City, the Arlington-Darrington-Oso and B.C. areas.

The Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office is calling their disappearance as suspicious.

VEHICLES FOUND

In a press release today at 1400 hours, the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office stated that the couple’s two vehicles were located in a remote wooded area, approximately 15 miles from their home.  Deputies had a difficult time accessing the area due to the steep terrain.

The couple’s vehicles have since been towed out of the area and being searched thoroughly.

LAWSUIT POSSIBLE MOTIVE

We reported on a previous lawsuit that came to light that seemed to include many of their neighbors.  Media asked the Snohomish County’s spokesman during the press release if the 2013 lawsuit had anything to do with their disappearance. It was answered as unknown as they did not have any info pertaining to that lawsuit readily available.

We missed the Spokesman’s initial statement but it was stated that brothers, John Reed and Tony Reed are wanted in connection with the couple’s disappearance. They are convicted felons and have an extensive criminal history but the Sheriff wold not elaborate if their criminal history included murder.

Police state they were possible neighbors that lived never Pat and Monique.  They are wanted by the Sheriff’s Office and are considered as Armed and Dangerous.  The SCSO is asking for the Public’s help and to call 9-1-1 if they are seen. Do not approach them.

Reporters at the Press Conference brought up the fact of the case of neighbors having a property dispute with the couple using their ATVs on others property to access the river.  The Sheriff was unable to comment on that part of the case.  He was more focused on finding the missing pair.

PUBLIC TIPLINE

Do you have information on the whereabouts of Patrick Shunn and his wife, Monique Patenaude?  If you have any tips but are afraid of sharing what you know or have seen, the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office has set up an anonymous Tipline at 425-388-3845.

 

Editor’s Note:  

All information is gleaned from the various sources including the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office, Washington State Courts, Address verification sources and Social Media.  

We do not represent nor proclaim we are Law Enforcement Professionals but we are familiar with the system and some of their investigative processes.

 

 

(c) 2016 The NW Fire Blog

 

 

 

Sheriff Office Searching for Missing Couple

SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES

An Arlington, Washington couple – Patrick Shunn, 45 and his wife, former B.C. resident, Monique Patenaude, 46, have been missing since Monday, April 11, 2016.  Patrick was last seen at his job in Kirkland on that day.  His brother pleaded to the news media saying this is completely out-of-character for him.

Reports released in the Media, say Patrick “Pat” Shunn’s wife, Monique Patenaude was last seen around 1pm on that same Monday near her property.  Authorities were called when they failed to show up for pre-planned events.

The couple have ties to Oregon, the Arlington-Darrington-Oso and B.C. areas.

The Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office is calling their disappearance as suspicious.

VEHICLES LOCATED

Both of their vehicles, descriptions, photos and Alerts were splashed all over mainstream media, Social media and through friends and family, in hopes they would be found along with the couple or, at least giving a sense of where they could be located.

The Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office released a statement in how their Helicopter, “SnoHAWK10” located both vehicles, which appeared to have gone over an embankment down into a remote wooded area in the Oso area. Both vehicles lay near one another.

Due to the vehicles’ location, Police state they had not had the opportunity to search.  They are still rulling this disappearance as suspicious.

LAWSUIT COMING TO LIGHT

A news source reported and tipped us off about a lawsuit filed against the couple for some type of trespass charge.  We wanted to find out more about it ourselves before reporting on  our own, in hopes it could shed light on what they were having to live through and what that may have entailed, as this whole thing seems like a mystery all in itself.

 

In pouring over the many Washington State Court cases, we did happen to find one that appears to include many potential neighbors as we will call them due to the close proximity to where those in the Declarations live to the couple.

Since, we are not Legal Experts nor directly involved with this one case – we will not be making any type of assumption as to what the case may be about. However, what we will say is this – there are a lot of parties involved in this one particular case that could easily peeks someone’s interest.

We can only theorize but we will leave that up to the Law Enforcement professionals to make that determination based upon what the evidence is telling them in their investigation.

PUBLIC TIPLINE

Do you have information on the whereabouts of Patrick Shunn and his wife, Monique Patenaude?  If you have any tips but are afraid of sharing what you know or have seen, the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office has set up an anonymous Tipline at 425-388-3845.

Disclaimer:  

All information is gleaned from the various sources including the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office, Washington State Courts, Address verification sources and Social Media.  

We do not represent nor proclaim we are Law Enforcement Professionals but we are familiar with the system and some of their investigative processes.

For the purpose of this post, we are only engaged in reporting the facts in a journalistic point-of-view.  All our opinions are our own and not a representation of any Law Enforcement Agency.

 

(c) 2016 The NW Fire Blog

 

 

 

Everett Police: Looking for Rightful Owners for Stolen Property

Everett, Washington [Snohomish County]

DETECTIVES LOOKING FOR RIGHTFUL OWNERS

Detectives with the North Snohomish County Property Crimes Unit are looking for those who may have been victims of theft and are working to reunite stolen property with their rightful owners.  Property in the form of a laptop, jewelry, cattle horns and car keys.

PHOTOS OF STOLEN PROPERTY

Photos of the stolen property can be viewed on their Instagram page at https://www.instagram.com/snocosheriff/.

ASSIGNED DETECTIVE TO CASE

You see your property? You must have proof that you are the owner of this property before it can be redeemed.  Contact SCSO Detective DeWitt by email at glenn.dewitt@snco.org.

THE SUSPECT

The suspect, Jesse Averhart, 40 was staying in a Marysville hotel was arrested on an outstanding Identity theft warrant where Detectives discovered the stolen property.  There were also additional signs of Identity theft.  He was taken into custody on December 16, 2015, and is in jail.

ABOUT THE NORTH COUNTY PROPERTY CRIMES UNIT

The unit compromised of the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office and neighboring Police Departments in Marysville, Lake Stevens and the Stillaguamish Tribe.  Each Police Department represented by all three counties is staffed by Property Crimes Detectives from each agency supported by the Prosecuting Attorney and Crime Analyst.  Together, they focus on burglary, auto theft, fraud and trafficking in stolen property.

CRIME PREVENTION TIPS

Here are some ways to help avoid being a crime / theft victim:

  • Remove “all” valuables from your vehicle[s] including the trunk, i.e. Laptop, GPS, Cell phone, Wallet/Purse, property of value, etc.
  • Do not leave your car “running” with your child or baby inside while leaving for a second to go inside your home, business or any other place.
  • Remove your garage door opener and registration/insurance from your vehicle, if leaving for long periods of time or being stored in a parking garage, etc.
  • Always lock your doors when you enter and exit your vehicle for Personal & property safety.
  • See something out of the ordinary? Say something by calling 9-1-1 immediately and wait in a safe area for Law Enforcement Officers to arrive.

Source:  http://wa-snohomishcounty.civicplus.com/Archive.aspx?ADID=4376

(c) 2015 The #NWFireBlog

ACTIVE WILDFIRE | ARIZONA | August 23,2015

OJO BLANCO FIRE

The Ojo Blanco Fire was started by lightning striking the east slope of Mt. Fagan in the Coronado National Forest, just outside of Vail, Arizona.

smoke and the glow from the Ojo Blanco Fire

As of Sunday, the fire is now progressively moving faster downslope than in the last several days, prompting the Pima County Sheriff’s Office to make pre-evacuation notifications as a precaution for homes near the fire.

#FireImages Courtesy of:  Incident Fire Managers

and smoke visible from the Ojo Blanco Fire

A Type 3 IMT took command ordering additional resources for this fire that started on August 20, 2015, that has scorched 893 acres in the Nogales Ranger District.

There are currently 60 personnel on scene with more on order.  Planned actions:  Point Protection.

Brush & Grass are largest fuels burning.

[c] 2015 The NW Fire Blog

TOP NW Public Safety SCANNER FEEDS | Tuesday, Aug 2 | 1800 PDT

Want to hear more about “active” incidents that may be taking place in the State of Washington or just want to listen in as to what’s happening in various locations?  Here’s some great Scanner Feeds with 25 or more listeners for each Scanner Feed.

Who knows? Maybe you’ll catch a call or two. Don’t forget to let us know if you hear something really great. We love tips and we’ll give you a shout out for the info.  Happy Listening…

*** We forgot unintentionally about our other important friends in OR and ID.  Got all excited and pressed the SHARE button too soon. Sorry y’all…. *** Here’s the lasted update.

WASHINGTON

Clark County Public Safety | http://www.broadcastify.com/listen/feed/2236 | 109 Listeners.

King County Police and Fire – SE | http://www.broadcastify.com/listen/feed/6492| 25 Listeners.

Kitsap County Sheriff and EMS,  Bremerton City Police http://www.broadcastify.com/listen/feed/3727 | 28 Listeners.

Kittitas County Public Safety | http://www.broadcastify.com/listen/feed/2317 | 29 Listeners.

Lewis County Sheriff/Fire, Centralia and Chehalis Police | http://www.broadcastify.com/listen/feed/19140 | 36 listeners.

Mason County Public Safety | http://www.broadcastify.com/listen/feed/14058 | 25 Listeners.

Spokane County Sheriff /Fire, Spokane City Police/Fire | http://www.broadcastify.com/listen/feed/17102 | 46 Listeners.

Tacoma Police – South Dispatch | http://www.broadcastify.com/listen/feed/15521 | 37 Listeners.

Thurston County Fire, EMS and Law Enforcement | http://www.broadcastify.com/listen/feed/4126 | 36 Listeners.

Yakima City/County Police, Fire, EMS, Washington State Patrol | http://www.broadcastify.com/listen/feed/11194 | 33 Listeners.

OREGON

Coos County Police, Fire & EMS | http://www.broadcastify.com/listen/feed/19041 | 32 Listeners.

Deshutes County Law Enforcement | http://www.broadcastify.com/listen/feed/16258 | 25 Listeners.

Jackson County Police and Fire | http://www.broadcastify.com/listen/feed/7238 | 51 Listeners.

Oregon State Police and DOT, Douglas County Sheriff and SAR | http://www.broadcastify.com/listen/feed/19114 | 40 Listeners.

Portland Police, Fire and EMS, Multnomah County Sheriff Office Dispatch | http://www.broadcastify.com/listen/feed/20613 | 66 Listeners.

Walla Walla Valley Law, Fire and EMS | http://www.broadcastify.com/listen/feed/8015 | 25 Listeners.

IDAHO

Kootenai County Sheriff Office, Coeur d’Alene Police Department | http://www.broadcastify.com/listen/feed/13175 | 30 Listeners.

[c] 2015 The NW Fire Blog

Update #1 8/4/15 / #2 8/4/15 1820PDT