BEND, Ore. (KTVZ) – A burglar alarm introduced police to a southeast Bend industrial park early Monday morning, resulting in a site visitors cease and the arrest of a 28-year-old Bend man on theft, trespass, drug and different prices, officers mentioned Wednesday.
Officers responded shortly after 5 a.m. Monday to the alarm at a enterprise in an industrial park on Southeast Bridgeford Boulevard, Sgt. Rob Emerson mentioned. The alarm firm suggested they might see by video surveillance somebody attempting to enter automobiles on the location.
Arriving officers noticed a white Mercedes leaving the realm, with a motorbike within the again rack hooked up to the rear of the automotive.
Officers caught up with the automotive and pulled the driving force over, discovering the automotive had quite a few gadgets that gave the impression to be stolen, in addition to gadgets generally used to interrupt into buildings and automobiles, Emerson mentioned.
A examine of the serial quantity discovered the bike, valued at $4,000, had been reported as stolen to police three days earlier, the sergeant mentioned.
Amongst different gadgets discovered within the automotive was a handgun reported as stolen to Deschutes County sheriff’s deputies in early October. Emerson mentioned a “industrial amount” of methamphetamine and different medication additionally have been discovered within the automotive.
Police arrested the person and took him to the Deschutes County Jail on prices of first-degree theft, prison trespass, felon in possession of a firearm, possession of housebreaking instruments and drug possession and supply.