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If you have any information that could help
solve these cases , please contact
Detective Mike Smith at (503) 325-8635, Ext. 2409.
  

Anthony White Jr.


ANTHONY “Tony” WHITE Jr.

Killed April 9, 2005,
by a hit-and-run driver 

Anthony "Tony" White Jr. of Svensen was killed April 9, 2005, by a hit-and-run driver. The 21-year-old man was struck while walking home from a friend's home on Old Highway 30 about one-tenth mile from Svensen Market Road in the rural community of Svensen, east of Astoria. Another motorist found his body in the road and called authorities at 1:12 a.m.

Investigators believe he was struck by a passenger car or small truck, which may have sustained damage on the front or side. Detectives are attempting to locate a vehicle seen in the area described by a witness as a dark-colored, small pickup truck with a roll bar and toolbox in the bed.

Anyone with information is asked to call the
Clatsop County Sheriff’s Office at (503) 325-8635.
Messages can be left anonymously by calling (503) 338-3600, Ext. 5499.

White’s family has set up a reward fund for information leading to the arrest and conviction of those responsible for his death. Anyone who wishes can donate to the Reward Fund for Tony White Jr. at Washington Mutual Bank, 6263 SE 82nd Ave., Portland, OR 97266.

 

 Photograph of Joan Hall taken around 1966
JOAN LEIGH HALL
Vanished Sept. 30, 1983
Warrenton, Oregon

Joan Leigh Hall was a 17-year-old Warrenton High School senior when she vanished. Her nickname is Joanie.

Photograph of Joan Hall as she might look today
Age-progressed photograph showing how Joan Hall might look today. Courtesy of the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children.

Hall was last seen around 2 p.m. Sept. 30, 1983, walking on Main Street in Warrenton, Oregon. She was last seen at the Mini-Mart by a boy who gave her a ride from the high school. She told the boy she was going to buy a soft drink and walk the half-mile to Warrenton Grade School, where she helped her aunt, a third-grade teacher. She never showed.

Police from several agencies found no sign of the teen, despite exhaustive searches and interviews, including following up hunches from psychics. Authorities suspected foul play.

Hall was a member of an Explorer post sponsored by the Sheriff’s  Office and was elected its president the night before her disappearance.

When last seen, she was wearing a green hooded sweatshirt, blue jeans, blue jacket and white and maroon sneakers. She was carrying a blue and white backpack and a brown purse.  At the time, she was 5-foot-6, weighed 120 pounds and had brown hair. Her ears are pierced.

Anyone with information is asked to call the
Clatsop County Sheriff’s Office at (503) 325-8635.