A Bend caregiver has been found guilty on two misdemeanor counts, but not guilty on more serious charges, after being accused of indecent acts and sleeping on the job while taking care of the 14-year-old disabled boy.
Deschutes County Judge Micheal Adler found 54-year-old Craig Randleman guilty on two counts of recklessly endangering another person, after a “nanny cam” caught Randleman sleeping, on one occasion, and masturbating, on a different day. However, the judge found Randleman not guilty of criminal mistreatment, which is a felony, and not guilty of public indecency.
Central Oregon Daily’s Cydney McFarland has more from today’s decision.
Looking for something to do over Spring Break? KPOV is offering a weeklong Youth Radio Camp. KPOV Volunteer Coordinator and Amy Campbell and former radio camper Axel join Central Oregon Daily’s afternoon edition to tell us a little more about it.
So you’re an adult…maybe new to Central Oregon, and you want to take up our favorite winter pass time, skiing! Well Ski Mum has some tips for you.
Ryan Re joins Central Oregon Daily to talk about the up-coming Lucid Equinox event and it’s sponsor, Ora Juice Co. Lucid is a substance-free, nano-festival experience, happening Friday, March 22nd. More information on the event, or future events, can be found here (https://www.lucidbend.com/).
Lynne Ouchida from the Humane Society of Central Oregon, joins us with Pinwheel, a lovable and wiggly little pupper who loves to give kisses and is just looking for a best friend who can help her be the best Central Oregon canine citizen she can be. Do we no her breed? Not really, but she’s 100 percent joy.
Thanks to our sponsor Mike’s Fence Center for giving us the time and resources to meet a new adoptable animal each Monday on Central Oregon Daily.
Matt Hughes joins the Central Oregon Daily afternoon edition to tell us about Tread & Butter Insoles.
Northwest Quadrant Wealth Management’s Troy Reinhart stopped by to chat with Central Oregon Daily and answer questions from viewers looking for some financial advise.
Susan Baker and Corinne Martinez joined Central Oregon Daily to talk about Can Cancer’s decade of activity in Central Oregon. CAN Cancer is a local appeal to provide community assistance to cover non-medical living expenses for Central Oregonians fighting all forms of cancer. More information on Can Cancer can be found here (http://www.cancancer.org/).
The Murphy Corridor project includes two phases: the modernization of the road between Parrell and Brosterhous, as well as the extension of Murphy road from Brosterhous to 15th. More information on the project can be found here
The Cascade Chorale will be showcasing the world premiere of “Pura Lux Mass,” a composition put together by the chorale’s director James Knox. The event is free to attend and will take place at 3 P.M. on Saturday, March 16th, and Sunday, March 17th. More information on the performance or about tickets can be found here.