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Milwaukie Police Arrest Robbery Suspect "Lone Ranger Bandit" (Photo) - 02/15/18

The Milwaukie Police, with assistance from the Portland Police, have arrested 31-year-old Jay Conrad Noble in connection to an armed robbery at Dotty's, 10843 SE Oak Street, which occurred on 01-17-18, around 1:00 a.m. (MIPD case # 18-204.)

In this case Mr. Noble acted alone, was wearing a mask, and was armed with a revolver-type firearm. During the robbery, Mr. Noble fired one-round at an employee, narrowly missing them. Mr. Noble is also a suspect in numerous robberies in the Portland-Metro / Clackamas County areas.

Due to similarities in all these cases, Mr. Noble has been dubbed the "Lone Ranger Bandit."

Mr. Noble is currently lodged at the Clackamas County Jail on several charges, which include: 2-counts Robbery I, Attempt Assault I, and 3-counts Unlawful use of a weapon. Mr. Noble is also being held on other charges associated with a robbery that occurred on 12-27-17 at Chans Garden, at 14790 SE Webster Road in Clackamas County. (CCSO case #17-33997)

Bail for Mr. Noble is currently set at one million dollars.

The investigation is still on-going and the Milwaukie Police Department is asking anyone with information regarding Milwaukie case #18-204, to please contact Detective Tony Cereghino. Email: VM: 503-786-7476.

Anyone with information regarding the robbery at Chans Garden is asked to contact the Clackamas County Sheriff's Office Tip Line - by phone at 503-723-4949.

Anyone that may have information regarding cases in the Portland area can contact Portland Police Detective Kenny Reynolds.

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Milwaukie Police respond to Vehicle vs Bicyclist Accident. - 02/07/18

Case #18-0443

On 2-07-18, around 2:45 p.m., Milwaukie Police responded to the intersection of SE Harrison Street and SE Main Street regarding a vehicle vs bicyclist accident.

The driver of the vehicle, 57-year-old Don Humphers, was driving his vehicle west on SE Harrison Street and the bicyclist, 20-year-old Noah Parkinson, was traveling south on SE Main Street. Witnesses indicated that Mr. Humphers entered the intersection without coming to a complete stop and struck the bicyclist. As a result, Mr. Humphers was issued a citation for failure to obey a traffic control device.

The bicyclist declined medical attention at the scene and was taken home by a family member.

Milwaukie Police would like to remind all drivers and bicyclist to come to a complete stop at all intersections and use caution when proceeding. Especially at night or in low visibility areas where street lights are not present, or when pedestrian or vehicle traffic is prevalent.