Dave Lewis Ashland Oregon

Hyatt Lake Oregon Murder of Dave Lewis

Marshall McKenna. Surrender Now. USMS  Smarter.




News Release from Oregon State Police 
Posted on FlashAlert: April 2nd, 2016 1:07 PM
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On April 2, 2016, Marshall William MCKENNA, age 24, from Ponder, Texas, was taken into custody early this morning with the joint efforts of the US Marshals Service - Pacific Northwest Violent Offender Task Force, US Marshals Service - Joint East Texas Fugitive Task Force and the Denton County Sheriff's Office. 

MCKENNA was lodged in the Webb County Jail in Laredo, Texas ending the five month fugitive manhunt. 

This is an active investigation; no further information will be released at this time. Any inquiries should be directed to the Josephine County District Attorney's Office. 


Previous Release: 

On October 25, 2015, Oregon State Police detectives arrested Carroll E "BJ" BALLARD and Blake R SIBLEY for Murder and Robbery 1 related to the death of Roger L HUNTINGTON. Both BALLARD and SIBLEY are Texas residents. They were lodged in the Josephine County Jail in Grants Pass. 

The Josephine County Major Crime team is asking the public for assistance in locating a third suspect, Marshall William MCKENNA, age 23. MCKENNA is a white male, with blond hair and green eyes. He is approximately 5'9" tall and approximately 160 pounds. It is possible he is still in Oregon, current information suggests he may have fled the state. His last known address is in Ponder, Texas. 

Anyone with information on MCKENNA is encouraged to call 911 or the Oregon State Police Southern Command Center at 541-776-6111. The public should not attempt to contact MCKENNA, he should be considered armed and dangerous. 

This is an active investigation, no further information will be released at this time. Any inquiries should be directed to the Josephine County District Attorney's Office. 


Previous Release: 

On October 23, 2015, at 6:42 PM, the Josephine County Sheriff's Office received a 911 call from a person reporting a deceased male near the Lake Selmac boat ramp. 

Sheriff's Deputies responded and found Roger L. HUNTINGTON, age 43, of Crescent City, deceased in his black Chevrolet Trailblazer. Sheriff's deputies requested the assistance of the Oregon State Police. 

After initial investigation by detectives with the Oregon State Police, the Josephine County Major Crime was activated to investigate HUNTINGTON's death which is being investigated as a homicide. 

The Josephine County Major Crime consists of the Josephine County District Attorney's Office, the Grants Pass Department of Public Safety, the Josephine County Sheriff's Office and the Oregon State Police. 

Anyone who has information regarding this investigation or was in the area of Lake Selmac on Friday afternoon and may have seen HUNTINGTON or his vehicle is encouraged to contact the Oregon State Police Southern Command Center at 541-776-6111 







Attorney: Murder was over drug deal


One of three suspects in the October killing of Crescent City man Roger Huntington, 43, was sentenced Thursday to 10 years in prison. Another still awaits court, and a third remains at large. 

Blake Sibley, 21, of Denton County, Texas pleaded guilty in Josephine County Circuit Court this week to first-degree manslaughter and robbery in connection with what sources say was a high-volume drug deal gone bad, a claim supported by reports from Oregon authorities as well as Sibley’s defense counsel.

According to his attorney, Dan Simcoe, Sibley and his cohort Carroll “B.J.” Ballard, 23, had already made numerous trips north from Texas to purchase marijuana, but on their latest voyage they brought a third party named Marshall McKenna, 23, of Ponder, Texas. 

The three men met Huntington late last year near the Lake Selmac, Oregon boat ramp, off U.S. 199 between Cave Junction and Grants Pass. 

Simcoe said the trio had arranged to purchase 15 pounds of marijuana, which could sell for four times as much in Texas as it would locally. Simcoe said unbeknownst to Sibley, Ballard and McKenna “had made arrangements to try to get the marijuana without paying for it.” 

In the ensuing struggle, McKenna allegedly pistol-whipped Huntington before shooting and killing him. 

On Oct. 23, a jogger found Huntington’s body in his black Chevrolet TrailBlazer. Days later, Ballard was apprehended in Ashland and Sibley in Josephine County, according to the Grants Pass Daily Courier. 

The search for McKenna, still at hand, has been handed over from the Josephine County Major Crime Team to U.S. Marshals. No representative of the Oregon or Northern California Marshal office replied to a request for an update Friday morning. 

Sibley’s plea this week was part of a negotiated resolution that spared him from an additional charge of unlawful use of a weapon and second-degree assault. Simcoe said the deal in no way involved Sibley giving authorities information on McKenna’s whereabouts, of which he is completely ignorant. 

“He has no information,” said Simcoe. “This was certainly unplanned by my client.”

Meanwhile, Ballard, also of Denton County, Texas, awaits an April 14 court date on charges including first-degree manslaughter and robbery as well as the same two spared from Sibley in his deal. 

Ballard’s assigned public defender, Joe Maier, did not respond to a request for comment Friday. 

McKenna’s charges are almost identical to Ballard’s, although as the alleged triggerman he faces aggravated murder with a firearm rather than first-degree manslaughter, according to Josephine County Deputy District Attorney Lisa Turner.  

Initial reports from Oregon State Police describe McKenna as a white male, 5 feet 9 inches, and 160 pounds, with blond hair and green eyes. He is considered armed and dangerous by the Oregon State Police, who encourage anyone with information about him to contact their command center at 541-776-6111.

In late October, Huntington’s sister remembered him as a truck driver and outdoorsman with a love for fishing. She did not reply to a request for comment Friday"


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 You did the crime. Do the time little Marshall McKenna.


Take your lumps for ruining lives. Cowards kill & run. Man-up.


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 US Marshal Service on the job. Way smarter...










 Brutal, disgusting, evil, vile murder. Sound familiar ?



Who does this to others? You are the peg upon which your family's honor hangs.






Cohorts and Killers. 




Police arrest 2 Denton County men

in killing near Oregon boat ramp




PORTLAND, Ore. — Police arrested two Denton County men and are looking for a third suspect in the shooting death of a man near a southern Oregon boat ramp.

Carroll “B.J.” Ballard, 22, and Blake Sibley, 20, were booked into the Josephine County Jail on charges of murder and robbery, the Oregon State Police said. Investigators, meanwhile, searched Monday for 23-year-old Marshall McKenna, whose last known address was in Ponder, Texas.

A jogger called 9-1-1 on Friday to report the death of 43-year-old Roger Huntington of Crescent City, California. His body was found in his SUV near the Lake Selmac boat ramp. The lake is about 60 miles northeast of Crescent City.

Police have released few details about the killing. A probable cause affidavit filed by OSP Det. Jess Elzy said the three robbed Huntington at gunpoint, and McKenna pulled the trigger.

Public records show Ballard and Sibley are from Denton County. They were being held without bail. Sibley indicated he wants to hire his own lawyer while Ballard was to be assigned a public defender.

The state police said  McKenna  is described as being 5-foot-9, 160 pounds, and has blond hair and green eyes.

It’s unclear why the men were in the Pacific Northwest. Arrest paperwork indicates Ballard and Sibley had been in Oregon for about a week.

Court records show Ballard with a prior address and infractions in southern Oregon. An arrest warrant was issued for him last year after he was accused of stealing a freezer.


Sibley lives with father in Texas and has been unemployed for a month, a document states.





 Way to ruin a whole lotta lives McKenna. Murder sick soul.




McKenna  who ruined too many lives. Happy now?









McKenna & Cowards Facing Truth. Finally.




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 Ran from the US Marshal Service like a coward:



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Second defendant in deadly ripoff at Lake Selmac gets 15 years




The second of three men from Texas accused of participating in a deadly marijuana ripoff at Lake Selmac will spend the next 15 years in prison — after he testifies against the third suspect, accused trigger man Marshall McKenna.
Carroll Eugene Ballard, 23, faced a minimum of 25 years in prison for murder for his role in the slaying of 43-year-old Roger E. Huntington, who was found shot to death in his SUV near a boat ramp at the lake 25 miles southwest of Grants Pass last October.
Instead, Ballard cut a deal with prosecutors, agreeing to testify against McKenna in exchange for a sentence of 15 years to an amended charge of first-degree manslaughter as well as first-degree robbery.
Authorities allege the slaying was precipitated by a robbery, and in court Thursday Ballard's lawyer acknowledged his client and his cohorts had "bad intentions."
Murder, however, was not on the agenda — at least for Ballard and the third man, 21-year-old Blake Raymond Sibley, according to Ballard's attorney, Joseph G. Maier.
"Neither had intention that Roger would be killed," Maier told Josephine County Circuit Court Judge Lindi Baker, adding that murder "was the furthest thing from their minds that afternoon."
Ballard was the second defendant to cut a deal against McKenna, who is charged with aggravated murder. Last month, Sibley pleaded guilty to a charge of first-degree manslaughter and was sentenced to 10 years in prison.
Sibley and Ballard were picked up within days of the discovery of Huntington's body. McKenna was arrested earlier this month in Texas after more than five months on the lam.
The trio, all from the Forth Worth, Texas, area, apparently had arranged to meet Huntington, a native of the Northern California coast, at Lake Selmac to conduct a transaction involving pounds of marijuana. Authorities have not publicly acknowledged that aspect of the case, but lawyers and family members of the victim have said so.
Even though recreational use of marijuana is now legal in Oregon, it remains off-limits in most of the rest of the country, including Texas. Owing to the basic rule of supply and demand, so-called "dark marijuana" from Oregon continues to fetch much higher prices in other places.
"They were caught up in the drug culture and the promise of easy money," Maier told the court Thursday.
"A stupid stunt for selfish reasons destroyed all our families," was how Huntington's sister-in-law, Shari Mott, explained it to the court.
Mott was one of several of Huntington's family members who attended Ballard's hearing Thursday. They held up pictures of the victim throughout the proceeding.
Huntington's niece, Amber Miller, told the defendant that her uncle was a "constant" in the family's life. Other family members described Huntington as funny and gregarious.
"We lost that — over drugs," Miller said.
Ballard, the only defendant in the case with an apparent connection to Southern Oregon, apologized to the victim's family, saying he was "deeply sorry." Court records indicate Ballard, who goes by the nickname BJ, was living in Eagle Point in 2014, and a reference was made in court Thursday to his mother living in Yreka, Calif.
"This was a thing I never ever intended on happening," he said, adding that even after he is released from prison, "I have to live with this for the rest of my life."
His plea leaves McKenna's as the only case pending. Captured earlier this month in Texas near the Mexican border, McKenna is charged with aggravated murder with a firearm, first-degree robbery and unlawful use of a weapon.
He is also charged with second-degree assault with a firearm — authorities allege he pistol-whipped Huntington during the robbery before shooting him in the head.
Deputy prosecutor Lisa Turner told the court McKenna is still in the process of being extradited to Oregon. Once he's here, she said, Ballard is expected to testify against him.
"I will file charges if he (Ballard) does not cooperate," she vowed to the court. "


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