Google gives you the following website with corp news stories about carlos rubios:
link to www.angelsmissing.com
Nothing in those stories offers anything tangible about about what could have brought about his death. From one of the stories, the following exerpt:
(begin)According to court records, Rubio was arrested by Sandy police last July and accused of reckless driving and attempting to elude police. Babst said Rubio's residence had been flagged as hazardous and that officers were required to respond to his address with a minimum of two patrol cars. (end)
Does in fact, there exist, possible information about the demise of Carlos Rubio and "...at least 2 others besides..." amongst the "..old timers.." around Sandy, Oregon? Is this information not possibly known to others whose identity could avoid being revealed? Indy people being the resourceful people they are, might they not be able to devise a way for those with info to share it and stay shielded.
It's hard to believe somebody isn't talking. If a crime by police against citizens occurred, probably those responsible are talking to someone about it. What will it take to get them to open up? At least it might be worthwhile to have some general idea about what might be the threshold for inviting treachery on the part of a hypothetically homicidally inclined Sandy Police Department.
(Sub)Urban legends are fine as long as the truth of a horrific legend is but a slim reality of that horrific legend. If there's sobering truth to the legend of certain Sandy Police officers offing those they don't like, perhaps it's time for the "old timers" to pull their courage together and accept offers to help prevent the police from turning the snowy foothills around Sandy into a graveyard for their settled scores.