KEIZER, OR (KPTV) – A former sergeant with the Silverton Police Division was sentenced on home violence prices stemming from a standoff with legislation enforcement in Keizer that happened in March of 2020.
Rene Bravo was sentenced Friday afternoon to 14 days in jail, which he acquired credit score for already serving, and three years of supervised probation.
On March 3, 2020 Keizer officers responded to the 5400 block of Lakeport Road North at 10 p.m.
A caller reported that Rene Bravo, 60, was threatening her with a knife. The sufferer additionally mentioned she was battling Bravo, who was making an attempt to get management of a loaded rifle.
The caller recognized Bravo as a sergeant with the Silverton Police Division.
Officers entered the house and evacuated the girl and two kids.
Police mentioned Bravo was present in the home sporting a ballistic provider vest and he refused to adjust to instructions from officers. He ultimately barricaded himself within the dwelling.
Police mentioned neighboring houses had been evacuated as a result of Bravo reportedly had entry to weapons and was not compliant with officers on the scene.
The Keizer Police Division, Oregon State Police, Salem SWAT and the Marion County Sheriff’s Workplace all responded to the scene.
Officers mentioned Bravo continued refusing to give up, however a SWAT Ok-9 was deployed and helped take Bravo into custody.
He resigned from the Silverton Police Division on Might 31, 2020.
Bravo was discovered responsible on all prices together with two counts of tried assault within the second diploma constituting home violence, tried assault within the fourth diploma constituting home violence, two counts of illegal use of a weapon and interfering with a police officer on March 12.
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