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Sunday Hiding in plain sight

Fugitive lived as Three Forks business owner

Orgeon Fugitive Hides in Plain Sight
Adrian Sanchez-Gonzalez/Chronicle

It is business as usual at the Three Forks Cafe on Wednesday, Jan. 22, in Three Forks, where Oregon fugitive Daniel Chafe would dine on a regular basis. Three Forks residents are stunned how Chafe, aka Zac Taylor, with a criminal history of sexually abusing young girls, lived in plain sight in Clarkston, owned a computer repair business and dined amongst the community for years.

THREE FORKS – Nearly every day, Zac Taylor ate at the Three Forks Café.

Taylor, who owned a computer repair business, would sit in the same spot, table one on the right side of the small restaurant near the door. He typically ordered the breakfast burrito with hamburger, or a dish with hashbrowns, hamburger and eggs.

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