Where on Earth would you go if you needed a roommate, free cyclone fencing and some information on affordable childcare in your neighborhood — all at the same time? Why Craigslist, of course — specifically portland. Of course you are. Personally, I have found a roommate, several garage sales and someone to take my old fridge off my hands for free through Craigslist. If I were so inclined, I could find a parakeet, a date, a house, a musician, upholstery lessons, a job, and ride to Seattle.
AGs clamp down on Craigslist sex for sale
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Sign in or Subscribe See Offers. The invitation is posted above a picture of a woman striking a pose in a sleeveless black dress with a pink bra poking out underneath. A half-hour of what, exactly? The world will never know. She took her ads down an hour after a reporter called to ask. Posters will have to leave a valid phone number and credit card, the better for law enforcement to trace them if the erotic ads veer to the illegal.
Woman sentenced in Craigslist erotic massage case in Beaverton (Julianna Kristal Hays)
For every reason one has for moving to Portland, there's an equal and opposite reason why you should NOT move here. Take our rental market, for example. With the lowest vacancy rate in the country , finding a half-decent place to live here that isn't a literal closet is an abject nightmare. Sure, the city is filled with cute purple bungalows with goats in the backyard, but the chances of actually landing a spot in one of them is nil at this point.
On Tuesday, Multnomah County District Attorney Rod Underhill filed numerous criminal charges against Williams, including forgery, identity theft, computer crimes, and possession of heroin, methamphetamine, and hydrocodone. According to a probable cause affidavit signed by Deputy District Attorney Christopher Shull, Williams on at least three occasions made fraudulent sales under the guise of Best Buy employee "Nick" using ads he'd placed on Craigslist. Williams, using the name "Nick," claimed to work for the Cascade Station Best Buy store and even wore clothes similar to the well-known blue shirt, khaki trousers Best Buy uniform when he met the victim at the Fred Meyer on Northeast nd Avenue. Looking to buy an iPhone, the next victim reportedly contacted "Nick" on Craigslist and arranged to meet at Maywood Park. Again, Williams arrived dressed for the part as a Best Buy employee, complete with the name tag, Shull wrote.