Clackamas Crime

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Recent Crime News

  • Oregon lawmakers plan to introduce gun storage bill ...

    Tuesday Dec 11 | via The Oregonian 

    Democrats in the Oregon Legislature plan to introduce a bill in 2019 that would require gun owners to securely store their weapons using locks. Gun owners who fail to follow through could be fined as much as $500, or $2,000 if a child gets unauthorized access to the firearm, according to a summary of the proposal released by supporters on Tuesday.


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  • Keith Bartholomew

    Friday Nov 30 | via The Oregonian 

    A judge ordered a Clackamas veterinarian to surrender his firearms weeks before officers seized nine guns from his property and arrested him for allegedly brandishing a handgun to an employee . The court order stemmed from a restraining order filed in Multnomah County against Keith Bartholomew Sept.


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  • Clackamas vet accused of menacing employee with gun

    Tuesday Nov 27 | via The Oregonian 

    A Clackamas veterinarian is accused of displaying a gun to an employee at his practice in September and sending threatening texts to an ex-worker the next month, authorities say. Keith R. Bartholomew, who owns Companion Pet Clinic along Southeast 82nd Drive, was arrested Oct. 31, had several guns seized from his home by police and has since been released from jail custody after posting $12,500 bail, the Clackamas County Sheriff's Office announced Tuesday.


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  • Robbery suspect caught after fleeing his moving car ...

    Wednesday Nov 21 | via Daily Mail 

    Robbery suspect is caught after fleeing his moving car during a police chase - only to be run over and pinned down by it Sheriff's deputies in Oregon received a call about a theft in progress, and within 15 minutes of the call they had located their suspect Deputies pointed a spotlight at Isiah John Gellatly, 31, sitting in his car - that's when he decided to drive off and a pursuit ensued Police say Isiah John Gellatly, 31, stole items from cars, tried to flee when police pursued him he bailed from his car, which ran him over A man in Washington was accused of stealing a slew of items and once police were on his tail he decided to bail out of his own moving vehicle. Only problem- he ended up running himself over.


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  • Deputies: 48 domestic offenders arrested in Greenvil...

    Oct 18, 2018 | via FOX Carolina 

    Greenville County Sheriff's Office reported that deputies arrested 48 domestic related offenders; accounting for 56 warrants served and then completed 78 protection order follow ups. The offenses ranged from domestic violence, sex crimes, to child support bench warrants.


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