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ï»؟Northeast Portland man guilty in holiday thefts
Some were surely Christmas presents: Such as a 1,000 piece glow in the dark puzzle. A "Disgusting Science" kit. A Tonka dump truck and matching plastic hard hat. Shimano bicycle shoes and gear. Cordless tools. A digital camera.But he never got the chance. Three days before Christmas, police arrested Byrd.Police said he probably wouldn't have been caught except for one flub: Byrd left two pieces of junk mail addressed to himself in a pile of UPS boxes he tossed in a Dumpster about one mile from his home. Police said after a few days of ripping open packages, Byrd discarded the ones he didn't want at the Kimberly Court Apartments on Northeast 42nd Avenue. A suspicious resident notified UPS, which in turn notified police.Thursday, Byrd was found guilty of seven felonies and misdemeanors after a four day trial in Multnomah County Circuit Court.Besides one aggravated theft charge, jurors also found Byrd guilty of possessing pirated CDs and DVDs and counterfeit Nikes and designer purses with the intent to sell them illegally. Police searched his home and found more than 2,700 copied CDs and DVDs. Detective Karna Barnard testified that Byrd told her he peddles the CDs for as little as $2 and the DVDs for $3 in various metro area locations, including the corner of Northeast Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and Killingsworth Street."People just know he sells this kind of stuff," prosecutor Chuck Mickley said. "They know where to find him."When police arrived at Byrd's home armed with a warrant, Byrd was about to drive off with a carload of counterfeit Nikes. Police say he admitted he was going to sell the sneakers to a contact in Seattle. Inside the home, police found dozens of counterfeit handbags and sunglasses, labeled as if made by name brand designers including Gucci, Armani, Chanel, Coach and Prada. Police said Byrd told them he bought the counterfeit goods from suppliers in New York.Byrd, who declined to testify, at times shook his head and dropped his jaw as if in disbelief during the examination of witnesses. Byrd was the best dressed man in the courtroom, appearing daily in three piece suits with crisp dress shirts, French cuffs and colorful ties.Instead of arguing that his client was innocent, defense attorney Bill Walsh accused the prosecution of exaggerating the case against Byrd by charging him with 34 felonies and misdemeanors. Walsh told jurors his client couldn't be found guilty of stealing more than $10,000 worth of goods, which would qualify as aggravated theft. UPS officials estimated he stole almost $39,000 in goods.Walsh said the prosecution was speculating about that, and that they had not proved that everything police seized from Byrd's house was stolen. He said at best, the state was guessing at what was stolen and what rightfully belonged to him."You don't get to go around convicting people because you are pretty sure they did something wrong," Walsh said.Mickley said many of the victims of the UPS thefts wrote detailed descriptions of the items they had shipped, and that's how police identified the stolen items in Byrd's home. For example, police discovered a Spider Man lamp in one of the children's bedrooms, and a Lucy brand sweater in his wife's car items identified by UPS customers.After the verdict was read, Byrd smiled as he stood outside the courthouse. Walsh noted that his client was convicted of a fifth of the original charges.
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Extra Credit Invisible Earthlings Miki KogaIt is easy to remain ignorant about something when we do not witness its significant, pressing impact firsthand. This unfortunate reality applies to war, global issues, environmental problems and more, but how about to microorganisms? Interdisciplinary artist and researcher, Beatriz da Costa, creatively brings microbes into the limelight in her Invisible Earthlings project. I learned a lot by attending her exhibition's opening reception on February 27th at CNSI. (On a side note, if you still have not checked out the CNSI facility, it is a must. Many of you have probably passed the new building on the way to class, but the inside is even more state of the art. It has sound and explosion proof, steel walls, among much more sophisticated laboratory and imaging features.) The single upstairs CNSI suite was a suitable location for the exhibition.Before browsing the seven individual installations in the exhibition, I took the time to first read an excerpt printed on a spotlighted white wall. da Costa's clearly stated objective was to increase the visibility of microorganisms that co exist on Earth in order to bridge the relations between these earthlings and humans. In her words, "our interest and willingness to form associations with non human living organisms is usually restricted to higher level species animals and plants that we more readily associate with affectual modes of encounter." Microbes often escape our awareness since they are not visible to the human eye; however, they play important roles in the ecosystem and even inside our bodies. Often the only time that we notice them, as we do other "invisible" things, is when they cause macroscopic problems. da Costa wanted to explore microbes' many other functions by using her creative background as an artist and researcher.da Costa's interdisciplinary studies translated into her work. Drawing on her research skills, she collected bacteria specimen from various locations in her backyard and identified them using microbiological techniques. However, when it came to presenting her research, she took a more artistic approach with interactive installations. Seven, sleek, touch screen Nokia 5900 phones attached along two walls immediately caught my attention. As with most technological gadgets, my first instinct was to touch it. Luckily, that was da Costa's intention. Using touch sensitive pens, I started navigating the interactive features and read about the various microorganisms collected in the Petri dishes located on ledges below each phone. Though the Petri dishes were fogged up with condensation, the Nokia phones displayed clear images of the microbes. This artistic display of scientific research was an excellent example of combining strengths from both creative spectrums. Although da Costa could not identify some specimens, she identified an incredible amount: rhizopus, yeast, conidiobolus, enterobacteriaceae, gliocladium, lactobacilius, bacillus, scedosporium apiospermum, corynebacterium, serratia marcescens, chrysosporium, bacillus, staphylococcus, fusarium, penicillium, and some mixed cultures. Wow. The only ones that I was vaguely familiar with were penicillium, yeast, and bacillus. The extent of my experience actually investigating microorganisms is a fungus/bacteria project in junior high school where we collected, cultured, and identified different molds on food items. Who knew that if investigated and presented creatively like da Costa did, microbes could really come to life? da Costa refers to microbes as "social actors". They exist all around us. They change the social environment. I can confidently say that I have a new understanding of their existence and role in my environment after attending Invisible Earthlings.Corynebacterium, which can be found under trash cansToo bad I don have cool pictures from the event like Jason down there! The more reason to check out the installation for yourself, right? It be set up at CNSI Suite 5419 until March 20.
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