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Prineville ex-scoutmaster charged with sex abuse

A 36-year-old Prineville man who spent several years as a Boy Scouts scoutmaster surrendered to Oregon State Police detectives Friday after his indictment on sex abuse charges involving one boy over several years, troopers said. They added that investigators believe there may be other victims.

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On this day: February 4

POSTED: 1:03 AM PST February 3, 2013    UPDATED: 11:00 PM PST February 3, 2014 

George Washington is elected America's first president, the Symbionese Liberation Army kidnaps Patty Hearst, Fleetwood Mac releases "Rumours," and Facebook is launched, all on this day.

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1789: George Washington is unanimously elected as the first United States president by the U.S. Electoral College. He remains the only president to have received 100 percent of the electoral votes, which he also did in his re-election in 1792.

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