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Standoff in North Bend, April 2

City of North Bend release – North Bend Resident Arrested on outstanding warrants for Hit and Run, Resisting Arrest. On April 1st, 2024, at around 11:42 AM, the North Bend Police Department responded to a neighborhood complaint regarding an individual smoking marijuana outside a residence on the 2100 block of Hamilton Street. Upon arrival, officers made contact with Kile C. Elder, 28, at the residence. It was discovered that Mr. Elder had multiple outstanding arrest warrants out of Lane County. When officers attempted to detain him, Mr. Elder retreated inside the residence and refused to cooperate. After several hours of unsuccessful attempts to persuade Mr. Elder to surrender, officers obtained a search warrant and forced entry into the residence. At that point, Mr. Elder fled out the back door and jumped an adjoining property’s fence. He was quickly apprehended by pursuing officers and taken into custody. Mr. Elder was later transported to the Coos County Jail on the outstanding warrants. The North Bend Police Department appreciates the assistance provided by the Coos Bay Police Department and the Oregon State Police during this incident. The safety of our community remains our top priority, and we are committed to upholding the law and ensuring public order.

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