Missing Person, Coos Bay
CBPD release – The Coos Bay Police Department (CBPD) is searching for a woman who was reported missing in the Coos Bay area. On April 10, 2024, the CBPD received a report expressing concern for 28-year-old Baylee Campo. Miss Campo had not been in contact with family since the beginning of April and was reportedly living in her vehicle in the Coos Bay or North Bend area. CBPD informed local law enforcement agencies that they were trying to find Miss Campo and check her well-being. Miss Campo was upgraded to missing person status with the CBPD on April 14, 2024, and her missing person status was added to both state and nationwide data systems. This case is being actively pursued by CBPD officers and detectives, who are actively looking for any information that could help in finding Miss Campo’s location. It is possible that Miss Campo is no longer in Oregon. Miss Campo is a white 28-year-old female, approximately 5 feet, 5 inches tall, and 100 pounds, with green eyes and brown hair. She has multiple tattoos on her body, including on her arm, shoulder, and back. Miss Campo’s vehicle, a green Toyota Sienna minivan with Oregon license plate 640GQB, is also unaccounted for. If you have knowledge that could help with this investigation, contact CBPD at 541-269-8911, Ext. 1, or Coos Stop Crime at 541-267-6666. Located: Following a tip from her family, the Coos Bay Police Department (CBPD) has located 28-year-old Baylee Campo, who had been reported missing to the CBPD in April. The family of Baylee Campo provided the CBPD with information on May 11, 2024, regarding the whereabouts of Miss Campo’s vehicle in the city of North Bend. The location of the vehicle had been provided to the family through a tip. Officers from the CBPD were able to speak with Miss Campo, who was in good health. The community’s assistance in finding Miss Campo is greatly appreciated by the CBPD.

Threatened with a Firearm
CBPD release – A Coos Bay woman was arrested following a dispute at an Empire area home where she threatened a man with a firearm. On May 9, 2024, at approximately 7:00 a.m., the Coos Bay Police Department (CBPD) received a report of a dispute and possible assault involving a man and a woman at a home in the 500 block of S. Empire Blvd. in Coos Bay. CBPD officers responded and contacted both individuals involved. The investigation revealed that the woman, identified as Bethany Neff from Coos Bay, had threatened the man with a loaded firearm during the argument. The man reportedly fought with the woman to get the firearm away from her, but he was not injured. Ms. Neff was arrested and transported to the Coos County Jail on the below-listed charges: • Menacing; • Unlawful Use of a Weapon. The CBPD was aided on scene by the Coos Bay Fire Department (CBFD) and Bay Cities Ambulance (BCA).

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