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Days after five people were killed in a shooting at the Cascade Mall in Burlington, the Oak Harbor community is still reeling with the knowledge that the man who committed the inconceivable act of violence is one of their own. Arcan Cetin, 20, confessed to police after he was arrested Saturday in Oak Harbor, according to the arrest warrant declaration.
Community Events, September 2016
State police have identified the man who died in a high-speed crash in Freeland yesterday as Richard B Clark of Oak Harbor. He was 24. The accident happened shortly before 4 p.m. Wednesday on Highway 525 just past the intersection at Cameron Road.
A man is confirmed dead in what police describe as a high-speed accident in Freeland today. According to state police, a red Acura was Southbound on Highway 525 and had just passed Cameron Road at about 4 p.m. when it attempted to pass another southbound vehicle.
If you’re looking for a historical marker honoring the three men credited with founding Oak Harbor, you’ll need to have a good eye. Near the end of City Beach Street, under a tree and partially obscured by bushes is a plaque affixed to a stone that gives a brief description of how Ulrich Freund, Clement Sumner and Zakarias Taftezon arrived on the shores of Oak Harbor in 1851 to stake their land claims.