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News Release
Lake Oswego Police Arrest two at Lakeridge High School on gun charges - 12/20/18

On 12-20-18 at about 1357 hours the Lake Oswego police responded to a call at Lakeridge High School where it was reported that a former student, Sean Ivory a 19-year-old was there to fight with other students. Upon arrival police made contact with school staff who were with a 17-year-old current student.  The student admitted to transporting Mr. Ivory to Lake Ridge high school. Upon further investigation police obtained consent to search the vehicle, a blue 2003 Mitsubishi SUV.

During the search police located a small 380 semi-automatic pistol and ammunition. The 17-year-old was taken into custody and transported to Donald E. Long in Portland.

The school was placed in lockout until the campus was searched for Avery. Once it was determined Avery was not on campus any longer and the school was safe, the lockout was lifted.

Upon further investigation Sean Ivory was ultimately located in Gresham. He was taken into custody by Gresham police and transported to the Multnomah County correctional facility. From there he will be transported to the Clackamas County Jail.

Charges are as follows:

17 year old          1) Possession of a firearm in a public building, C felony (Includes premises)

                                2) Unlawful possession of a firearm, A misdemeanor

                                3) Disorderly Conduct II, B Misdemeanor

 

Sean Ivory           1) Possession of a firearm in a public building, C felony (Includes premises)

                                2) Unlawful possession of a firearm, A misdemeanor

                                3) Unlawful Use of a Weapon, C Felony

                                4) Menacing, A Misdemeanor

                                5) Discoderly Conduct 1, A Misdemeanor.