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Sexual Abuse of a Minor - 03/22/19

Updated correction:

Riley was contacted and arrested on March 21st, 2019 not March 20th, 2019 as the previous release stated. 

 

Type of Incident:  Sexual Abuse of a Minor

Date and Time of Arrest:   March 21th, 2019 at 1045 hours

Incident Location:   Various locations throughout Bend, Oregon

Bend PD Case# 19-88500

Arrested:   Keaneu Evert Riley 25 year old male  Bend, Oregon Resident

Charges: 

  1. Rape I x 2
  2. Rape III x 2
  3. Sex Abuse I x 2
  4. Sex Abuse III x 2
  5. Sodomy III
  6. Unlawful Delivery of Methamphetamine to a Minor

Narrative:

During the last week, the Bend Police Department Patrol Division and Investigations Division received information regarding an alleged sex abuse that had been occurring in the City of Bend.   

This investigation revealed Keaneu Evert Riley, 25 years of age, was sexually abusing and having sexual intercourse with a minor victim.  Additional evidence showed Riley had been sexually abusing this minor over the last few months in the City of Bend.  On at least one occasion, Riley is alleged to have provided the minor with methamphetamine prior to the sexual abuse.  The investigation culminated with detectives corroborating the details of the allegation.

On the morning of March 20th, 2019, Riley was taken into custody at the Deschutes County Parole and Probation Office and later lodged at the Deschutes County Adult Jail on the above listed charges.  A search warrant was also executed at Riley’s residence, an apartment in SE Bend, where additional items of evidentiary value were located.

The Bend Police Department Investigations Division believes through the course of this investigation there could be at least two more minor victims and are actively working on identifying these victims.  This investigation is on-going and additional information may be released at a later time.

Submitted by:  Lt. Adam Juhnke

Drug Arrests made after search of Rafting bus - 03/20/19

Type:  Drug arrest

 

Case#: 2019-00088942 

 

Date: March 19, 2019 

 

Time: 9:46 AM  

 

Location: SW Shevlin Hixon Drive at SW Columbia Street 

 

Associated Residence/Vehicle:  Tan 1991 International bus “Rafting Tours” 

 

On March 19th, 2019, The Bend Police served a search warrant on a rafting bus in the area of Shevlin Hixon Dr. / Columbia Dr.  Over the past month, the police received information regarding drug activity associated with the bus.  The investigation revealed probable cause to believe that illegal narcotics would be present inside the bus. 

 

During the service of the search warrant, Bend Police Officers contacted Rebekah Watson, Weston Harrel, and Kaeton Rose.  A search of the bus revealed over 19 grams of heroin, suspected LSD, psilocybin mushrooms, packaging material, scales, and other items associated with the use of drugs. Officers also found evidence to support that Harrel and Rose were selling heroin. 

 

The investigation revealed Harrel and Watson's child was living with them on the bus, but was not present during the service of the search warrant.    

 

Weston Harrel, Rebekah Watson, and Kaeton Rose were all transported to the Deschutes County Jail and lodged on the below charges. 

 

Weston Robert Harrel (31 years of age), Bend resident 

 

Child Neglect I 

Endangering the Welfare of a Minor 

Possession of a Controlled Substance Schedule I 

Possession of a Controlled Substance Schedule III 

Possession of a Controlled Substance (Heroin) 

Delivery of a Controlled Substance (Heroin) 

Frequenting a Place Where Drugs are Used, Kept or Sold 

 

Rebekah Anna Watson (25 years of age), Bend resident 

 

Child Neglect I 

Endangering the Welfare of a Minor 

Possession of a Controlled Substance (Heroin) 

Frequenting a Place Where Drugs are Used, Kept or Sold 

 

 

Kaeton Michael Rose (26 years of age), Bend resident 

 

Possession of a Controlled Substance (Heroin) 

Delivery of a Controlled Substance (Heroin) 

Frequenting a Place Where Drugs are Used, Kept or Sold 

 

Submitted by: Jason Maniscalco

Domestic Violence Arrest - 03/19/19

UPDATED / CHANGES TO ORIGINAL  MEDIA RELEASE (BELOW)

Please remove language from below, added language in highlights ( if applicable)

 

Date:  Tuesday, March 19, 2019

Date / Time of Incident:  Monday, March 18, 2019 @ 0830 hrs.

Location:  63118 Dakota Dr. Bend, OR 97701

Type of Incident:  Domestic Violence Arrest

Mentioned:

Arrested:  John Malouf     47 year old Bend, OR resident

Victim:  Natasha Malouf     42 year old Bend, OR resident

Narrative:

On Monday, March 18, 2019 at approximately 0830 hrs. Natasha Malouf called 911 to  made a report that her husband (John Malouf) would not let her and their 2 young children leave the residence.  She reported a recent history of domestic violence between the two of them.  Central Oregon Emergency Response Team (CERT) negotiators  A Bend Police Officer contacted and spoke with John over the phone for an extended period of time in an effort to resolve this incident.  During this time, Natasha was able to leave the residence with their two children.

As the investigation continued, investigators pieced together a pattern of domestic violence issues that had been occurring at the residence involving the Malouf's.  Negotiators  continued to communicate with John on the telephone throughout the day in an effort to gain his cooperation in this case.

At approximately 1700 hrs. on this date, members of the CERT team contacted John Malouf as he exited the front door of his resience.  Malouf was taken into custody at this time without incident.  Malouf was later lodged at the Deschutes County Adult Jail on the below listed charges.

This case is still under investigation.

Charges:

Kidnapping in the Second Degree (2 counts)

Coercion

Assault IV

Harassment

Strangulation

 

 

Arrest made in Encouraging Child Sex Abuse - 03/15/19

DATE: Friday March 15, 2019

Case #: 2019-65965

Date and Time of Incident: 1/20/19 and 2/7/19

Type of Incident: Encouraging Child Sex Abuse

Location of Incident: 17000 block of Wickiup Lane, Sunriver

 

Suspect:

Karl Avery Trinrud    62 year old      Sunriver resident

Bend-La Pine Schools Employee

 

Narrative:

On March 13, Bend Police Detectives in assistance with Sunriver Police Department  became aware of a person inside Sunriver, Oregon downloading images depicting child pornography. The investigation revealed the images were downloaded at the residence in the 17000 block of Wickiup Lane.  Further investigation identified a local school bus driver, Karl Trinrud, as a possible suspect.

 

On March 15, Bend Police Detectives and Sunriver Police Officers executed a warrant at Trinrud’s residence.  Trinrud had been in contact with the Bend Police Detectives and was identified as the suspect who had downloaded the images in question.

 

Administration with the Bend-La Pine Schools was notified of Trinrud’s involvement in the case and his arrest today. 

 

Trinrud was transported to the Deschutes County Adult Jail where he was lodged on three counts of Encouraging Child Sex Abuse in the First Degree.  Bend Police are continuing the investigation and additional charges could be forthcoming.

 

We would like to thank the Bend-La Pine Schools and the Department of Justice Internet Crimes Against Children Task force for their assistance in the investigation.

 

Submitted by Sergeant Juli McConkey, Bend Police Department. jmcconkey@bendoregon.gov

Wanted Subjects arrested following traffic stop - 03/15/19

Type of Incident: ?Arrest of Wanted Subjects 
Date and Time: ?03/14/19 10:02 PM 
Location: ?SE Centennial Street/SE Stratford Court, Bend 
Bend PD Case# 19-84386 

 

 

Arrested: ? 

Campbell, Sierra Shannon 24 Year-Old Bend Resident 

Charges:  Arrest Warrants (4) for: 

Burglary, Unlawful Possession of Methamphetamine, Unlawful Possession of Heroin, Theft II 

Additional Charges: Interfering with a Police Officer 

 

Myer, Kelly Joe 48 Year-Old Bend Resident 

Charges: Arrest Warrant for Felony Parole Violation 

Additional Charges: Attempt to Elude a Police Officer from a vehicle, Possession of a Stolen Vehicle, & Interfering with a Police Officer 

 

Raines, Jacob Allen 38 Year-Old Bend Resident 

Charges: Unlawful Possession of Methamphetamine, Unlawful Possession of Heroin, Unlawful Possession of Schedule IV Controlled Substance (Xanax), Felony Parole Violation 

 

Narrative:

On 03/14/2019 at approximately 10:02 pm, an Officer with Bend Police Department attempted to stop a vehicle in the area of SE Centennial St and Strafford Ct.  Two of the occupants ran from the vehicle into a nearby residence, that they were familiar with.  One of the subjects, Jacob Raines was detained at the vehicle.  Officers surrounded the residence and Loud Haled (Public Address speaker from a patrol vehicle) the subjects to exit, which they eventually complied with.  A search of the vehicle turned up user amounts of Methamphetamine, Heroin, and Xanax. 

A confirmed stolen vehicle out of Keizer, Oregon, was located nearby on the street and was later found to be in Kelly Meyer’s possession, prior to the traffic stop.   

All three of the subjects were transported to Deschutes County Adult Jail, where they were lodged on the above listed charges.  

 
Submitted by: ?Corporal Jeff Frickey, Bend Police Department 

Bend PD Citizen Academy Update - 03/06/19

The Bend Police Department Citizen Academy Class scheduled to begin in April of 2019 is now full.  We are still accepting applications for those interested in being placed on a wait list.  Applications for those individuals who don't get to participate in the 2019 class will be held for next years Citizen Academy Class. 

 

Submitted by:  Lt. Jason Maniscalco

 

Previous Media Release:

Date: Monday, February 4th, 2019
Type of Incident: Bend Police Citizen Academy
Location of Incident: City of Bend

The Bend Police Department Citizens Academy has received recognition as a national and regional model and continues to be a highly popular program in the Bend community.

This class is held in the spring and meets once a week for nine weeks. The goal of the program is to inform and educate participants about the Bend Police Department and the various ways it carries out its mission. Instruction includes Narcotics, Traffic, SWAT, K9's, Officer Survival and more. The classes are taught by officers chosen according to their specific area of expertise in law enforcement.

When students graduate, they are eligible to become Bend Police Department Volunteers. Volunteers work at various assignments such as Abandoned Vehicles, Couriers, Disabled Parking and Special Events.

Held each spring, the Academy can accommodate 35 students per session, and will be held April 2nd-May 28th this year. Classes are held Tuesday nights from 6:00-9:00 pm. There is no charge for the Academy.

Please complete a Citizens Academy Application (http://bit.ly/2mpGGOZ) if you would like to participate in our next class. Applications can also be obtained at the Police Department's Reception desk, 555 NE 15th Street, Bend Oregon. Please return completed applications to our Community Liaison, Misha Knea, via email CommunityLiaison@bendoregon.gov, via mail to PO Box 118, Bend Oregon 97701, or drop them off in person at the Department. If you have any questions or require further information, please contact Misha at (541) 322-2976.

Prepared by:  Lt. Jason Maniscalco

 

Death Investigation Update - 02/28/19

******Update on Death Investigation*******

Deceased:  Michael Shawn Rupp, 45 year old male

 

The male who was discovered deceased on February 26th was identified as Michael Shawn Rupp.  Rupps’ next of kin have been notified.  The cause of death is still under investigation. 
 

Submitted by:  Lt. Jason Maniscalco

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Type of Investigation:  Death Investigation

Date and Time:  02/26/19 at about 8:45 PM

Location:  1759 Block, Larado Way, Bend, Oregon

 

Narrative:

 

On February 26th, 2019, Bend Police Officers responded to an address on 1759 NE Larado Way for a reported dispute.  Officers contacted multiple people on scene who advised one of the involved persons had walked away toward their motorhome, which was parked in the east parking lot of St. Charles Medical Center.  Bend Police Officers located the motorhome in the St. Charles Medical Center Parking lot. They followed shoe tracks a short distance from the motorhome and located a deceased adult male on the ground.  The cause of death is under investigation.  The Bend Police Department Detective unit will be assisted by the Oregon State Police Crime Lab, Deschutes County District Attorney’s Office and Medical Examiner with this investigation. The identity of the deceased person is being withheld pending next of kin notification.   More information will be forthcoming. 

 

Submitted by:  Lt. Jason Maniscalco