Which one's McLaughlin, which one's ramirez? (looking at top right pic)
Two Bend Teens Arrested After Shots Fired
December 12, 2010 04:00 pm
BEND, OR -- Two 18 year old Bend men were arrested after an argument with two other teens that led to shots fired late Saturday night on Bend's eastside.
Diego Ramirez Velazco and Kristopher McLaughlin were apprehended by police after dispatch received a report of an intoxicated male shooting a gun in the rear parking lot between Old Navy and Costco.
Police searched the area and later found the two suspects who attempted to flee, but were arrested without incident. A small firearm was recovered that matched the description given by the two victims.
The two victims, ages 18 and 16, had been with the two suspects earlier in the evening when a verbal dispute started over negative statements about their race.
"Directly after the statements were made, the victim's were shown a small firearm by one of the suspects," according to Bend Police Sergeant Clint Burleigh. While walking away, the two victims told police they were shot at by one of the suspects, but were able to get away unharmed.
Velazco was charged with two counts of attempted assault, two counts of pointing a firearm at another, unlawful use of a weapon, unlawful possession of a firearm, intimidation II, and menacing.
McLaughlin was charged with tampering with evidence, unlawful possession of a firearm and possession of a scheduled III controlled substance (Hydrocodone).
Argument Sparks Gunfire,Two Bend Teens Arrested
Victims Said Racial Comments Were Followed by Shooting
By Barney Lerten, KTVZ.COM
Teen Burglary Suspect Found in Redmond Home
Deputies Say Drunk 19-Year-Old Broke In, Passed Out
By Alicia Inns and Barney Lerten, KTVZ.COM
POSTED: 12:25 pm PST December 12, 2010
UPDATED: 9:59 pm PST December 12, 2010
Deschutes County Jail
REDMOND, Ore. -- Deputies called by a neighbor to a rural home west of Redmond early Sunday found an intoxicated 19-year-old passed out on the living room couch of an unoccupied home he allegedly broke into, Deschutes County sheriff’s deputies said.
Dispatchers with 911 got a call around 3:15 a.m. from a citizen on Northwest 77th Street who could hear someone pounding on the door of a home across the street, yelling to be let in, said sheriff’s Sgt. Vance Lawrence. The neighbor did not believe anyone was home, he added.
Deputies arrived on scene to find the teen, identified as Bryan Lopez of Redmond, had forced his way in, and evidence of criminal mischief, Lawrence said. Deputies checked the home and found Lopez on the living room couch, he added.
An investigation found that Lopez also tried to break into a storage building and a car behind the home, the sergeant said, adding that alcohol was involved.
Lopez was lodged at the county jail in Bend on $28,500 bail, facing charges of first-degree burglary, second-degree attempted burglary, second-degree criminal mischief, first-degree criminal trespass and attempted car theft.
The homeowner, Jerry Lind, told NewsChannel 21 he was out of town, in the Portland suburb of Boring, and received a call from the alarm company.
He returned home Sunday morning to find damage and a mystery lawn mower left behind by the teen, who he said he didn't know. He said deputies told him Lopez was passed out under a blanket, the alarm sounding, when officers arrived.
"I couldn't make any sense of it," Lind said. "With seeing all the screens laying off on the ground, and one of them completely destroyed, and a little tiny hole in the door, and I realized he could reach and get in."
"But nothing looked out of place -- not a thing, except for the little blanket on the floor. Apparently he covered up with it or something."
If he would have ransacked the place, it would almost make more sense," Lind said. " It makes you wonder if someone else was out here with him."""
Redmond man who breaks into home, gets comfy on couch, arrested for burglary
Statesman Journal • December 12, 2010
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Deschutes County Sheriff’s Deputies arrested a man who was sitting on a couch inside a home after apparently breaking in Sunday at around 3:13 a.m., officials said.
A neighbor called police after hearing Bryan Lopez, 19, from Redmond, yelling to be let in to a house across the street on the 1700 block of NW 77th St. The neighbor did not think anyone was home at the time, officials said.
Deputies arrived to find there had been forced entry and criminal mischief done to the home as well as Lopez on the couch in the living room, officials said.
Further investigation revealed Lopez had attempted entry into a storage building and a motor vehicle behind the residence. Alcohol was involved in this case, officials said.
Lopez was arrested faces several charges including burglary and criminal mischief, his bail is over $20,000, officials said.
our 'local MSM' reported this nov. 16 hispanic attack as if just happened but actually a month old..
Rainier Valley Post
All SE Seattle all the time… Who cares what's north of I-90?
SPD Investigating FOUR Random Rainier Valley Attacks on Women in 2 Months; at Least 2 Potential Suspects
December 10, 2010
The Seattle Police Department (SPD) is investigating four random attacks on women in just two months, and all of them occurred in the Rainier Valley’s two toniest neighborhoods – three in Mt. Baker and one in Seward Park.
Dec. 7 @ 5 pm: A 44-year old woman jogging through Colman Park in Mt. Baker sustained scratches and a bloody nose when an unknown man – described as a black male, 20 to 30 years old, approximately 5’8″ tall, 170 pounds, clean shaven and carrying a bag – came from behind her, grabbed her clothing, pulled her to the ground and jumped on top of her. More.
Nov. 16 @ 6 pm: A 32-year old woman walking on the pedestrian/bicycle path alongside Interstate 90 suffered scrapes, scratches and a stab wound when she was attacked near the east end of the Mount Baker tunnel by a man with a knife. The man – who spoke Spanish but seemed to understand English – grabbed her and dragged her into some nearby bushes, where he attempted to sexually assault her.
According to police, the woman fought her attacker and was able to escape by running onto the express lanes of I-90 and into the Mount Baker tunnel, where she met up with responding officers.
The suspect (above) is described as a Hispanic male in his 20′s, approximately 5’6″ tall, 170 pounds, slender build, dark eyes and was wearing a black cap that covered his hair and forehead.
Oct. 26: A woman walking her dog on Lakeside Avenue South, just north of South Day Street under the I-90 bridge, sustained a cut to her left temple area, when an unknown Spanish-speaking man tried to pull her into the bushes under the bridge. More.
Oct. 11 @ 6:30 pm: A 55-year old woman jogging on a wooded trail in Seward Park when a knife-wielding man – described as a black male, 18-30 years-old, with short hair and a “baby face” (right) – grabbed her, threw her to the ground and punched her several times. More.
Sexual Assault Unit detectives are actively investigating these incidents, but SPD hasn’t said if the attacks are related.
Anyone with information about these incidents or who may know the identity or whereabouts of the suspect(s), is asked to call 911 or the Seattle Police Sexual Assault Unit at
Man pleads guilty in Costco abduction attempt
Sex offender whose crime was foiled by shoppers could be committed
By LEVI PULKKINEN
In a move that could keep him in custody for life, a sex offender accused of attempting to abduct a woman in 2007 has pleaded guilty.
Patrick Velez pleaded guilty Thursday to first-degree attempted kidnapping and second-degree assault charges related to an abduction attempt that was foiled when his intended victim's screams drew other shoppers at the Tukwila Costco store.
A registered sex offender, Velez, 46, of Maple Valley, was previously imprisoned after abducting two teenage waitresses from a Pierce County restaurant, according to court documents. Velez raped one of the women, sparing the other after she had a seizure.
Carload of Hispanic Mexicans Attack Female in Vancouver Wa: Attempted Kidnapping and Gangrape :Mexican Courtship Behavior
Posted on July 31, 2010 by mexicancriminalsoforegon
VPD asks for information regarding attempted kidnap/assault suspects
Vancouver Police Dept. – 07/21/10
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