The group is accused of driving a stolen automotive, burglarizing a number of shops, and having stolen weapons and medicines. The youngest arrested is simply 11 years previous.
MARION COUNTY, Ore. — Marion County sheriff’s deputies arrested six individuals — 4 of them juveniles — after they allegedly went on a criminal offense spree that included a number of burglaries, a stolen automotive, stolen weapons and medicines.
Round 4 p.m. Monday, deputies stated they tried to drag over a Jeep Wrangler for an tools violation, however the driver would not cease, ran pink lights and continued driving recklessly making an attempt to get away. Deputies used spike strips to deflate the tires and finally the motive force stopped about two miles away. The driving force and 5 passengers ran from the automotive.
Deputies positioned and arrested all six individuals and recovered two stolen handguns. Contained in the automotive, which deputies realized had been reported stolen from Tualatin a number of days prior, deputies discovered an AR-15 type rifle, meth and money. Deputies additionally discovered proof linking the group to burglaries of a number of shops in Camas that occurred Sunday morning.
Deputies arrested two adults — 19-year-old Zachary Retonong from Salem and 23-year-old Arnes Johnmark from Completely satisfied Valley. The 4 juveniles included a 14-year-old boy from Portland, an 11-year-old boy from Completely satisfied Valley, a 13-year-old boy from Portland and a 16-year-old boy from Portland. The group faces fees together with unauthorized use of a motorcar, theft, illegal possession of a firearm and legal trespass. The 14-year-old driver additionally faces fees for supply of methamphetamine.
Police didn’t launch the names of the underage suspects. The juveniles had been taken to the Marion County Juvenile Detention Heart and the adults had been booked into the Marion County Jail.