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Klamath Falls man accused of murder in shooting near Chiloquin that killed 2, seriously injured 2

Andrew Lee Noe
Klamath County Sheriff's Office
Andrew Lee Noe

Deputy injured in crash on way to shooting scene

CHILOQUIN, Ore. (KTVZ) – A Klamath Falls man has been jailed on two counts each of first-degree murder and attempted murder, accused of firing several gunshots Sunday evening into a home north of Chiloquin, leaving two people dead and two others seriously injured.

Andrew Lee Noe, 30, was lodged in the Klamath County Jail; other charges in the initial charging document are unlawful use of a weapon and recklessly endangering another person.

Court documents show Klamath County 911 received a report of several shots fired at an address on Bronco Lane. A police officer's probable cause statement said Noe shot into the home several times, killing a male and female and seriously injuring another male and female.

Noe made an initial court appearance Monday and is scheduled for another hearing on Nov. 22, court records showed.

A responding Klamath County sheriff's deputy was hospitalized after he was involved in a crash on Highway 97 north of Klamath Falls around 6:30 p.m. Sunday evening.

Sheriff's office public information officer Brandon Fowler said the deputy was taken to Sky Lakes Medical Center in Klamath Falls with "moderate injuries." Occupants of the other vehicle were unhurt. Oregon State Police is investigating the crash, he said.

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  1. NOE, ANDREW LEE
    Age: 26
    Date Lodged: 7/16/2018
    Arresting Agency: LINN COUNTY SHERIFF OFFICE
    Scheduled Release Date:
    Charges Docket Charge
    Release
    Date Court Security Status
    MENACING – AGG ASLT 2018-8771 CLIN $25,000 Pending
    POINT FIREARM AT ANOTHER – AGG ASLT 2018-8771 CLIN NO BAIL Pending
    UNLAW USE OF WEAPON – AGG ASLT 18CR47442 CLIN NO BAIL Pending
    CRIMINAL MISCHIEF 2 – RESULT CRIMINAL ACT 2018-8771 CLIN
    FELON IN POSS OF FIREARM 2018-8771 CLIN NO BAIL Pending
    COERCION – OTHER 18CR47442 CLIN NO BAIL Pending

      1. Actually it’s a great post. It shows that this guy should be sitting in prison for his previous crimes. But he was able to commit this horrendous crime due to the lack of enforcement of current gun laws.
        The fact that you find it necessary to respond to her in such a matter is disgusting. Not surprising.. as that seems to be your schtick.

    1. Not sure. But maybe, just maybe sold by U.S. gun manufacturer to Latin American cartel, marked up 1500%, smuggled back to the US, marked up another 1500% and illegally sold to a felon in Klamath Falls?

      1. I doubt a US gun manufacturer knowingly sold firearms to a Latin American cartel, but I wouldn’t put it past the US Government (Fast and Furious). A majority of the firearms that go to the cartels/criminals are purchased through straw buyers. Many straw buyers either know or suspect that the firearm they purchase for someone else will go to a cartel/criminal, but do it for the money. Currently, only a very few straw buyers are caught and if they are caught, only a small number are charged/convicted. One common straw buy is someone with a dishonorable discharge from the military wants to go hunting. They can’t legally buy a firearm, so their spouse buys them one. Straw buys are hard to prove at the time of sale.

      2. Ya probably not. US gun manufacturers don’t make a habit of selling firearms to Mexican cartels. Now the Obama administration on the other hand… well that’s another story.

  2. 30 years old, did “time” for an unknown felony before July 2018 because he was charged with felon in possession. Must not have received much time for his July 2018 charges. Now capital murder X 2. Is there a reasonable chance for rehabilitation on this one? I guess we’ll see when Brown gets back from her DC trip to witness the signing of the infrastructure bill.

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