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Bend Police Keeping Busy


Bend Police were very busy Friday night with several incidents. Aaround 11 p.m. last night, transient Jeffery Dale McManus, 35 was assaulted and robbed of an unknown amount of cash as he was sitting on a bench near ShopKo in Bend. 

 
Then, early Saturday morning, Bend Police respond to a call of a domestic dispute on Voght Road in Bend.
 
You can read the police reports below:
 
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Transient Attack:
 
Date: June 11, 2011                                                           Case # 11-03-04229
 
Date & Time of Incident:   June 10, 2011 / 11:00 PM
Type of Incident:                Robbery II
Location of Incident:         ShopKo / 60 NE Bend River Mall Ave.
 
Victim Information:
 
McManus, Jeffery Dale
35 year old transient
 
Suspect Information:
 
Johnson, Richard Stephen
33 year old transient
 
Bonham, James C.
32 year old transient
 
Randolph, Robert D.
48 year old transient
 
Narrative:
 
On June 10th, 2011, at approximately 11:00 PM, officers from the Bend Police Department responded to the ShopKo parking lot regarding a physical assault which was in progress. When officers arrived they contacted McManus and found out he had been sitting on a bench near a bus stop resting. Shortly before the assault took place Johnson, Bonham and Randolph walked by McManus. McManus and Randolph were acquaintances. Johnson, Bonham and Randolph then asked McManus if he wanted to go drink beer with them. When McManus got up to go with them Johnson, Bonham and Randolph hit McManus and knocked him to the ground. Once McManus was on the ground Johnson, Bonham and Randolph continued to kick and hit McManus. Once McManus was incapacitated Johnson, Bonham and Randolph went through McManus’ pockets and stole an undisclosed amount of cash.
 
Officers located Johnson, Bonham and Randolph in the immediate area and arrested all of them on the below listed charges without incident. Johnson, Bonham and Randolph were lodged at the Deschutes County Jail.
 
McManus suffered minor cuts, bumps and scrapes, but he refused medical attention.
 
 
Charges:      Robbery 2nd Degree
                        Assault 3rd Degree
 
 
Domestic Dispute:
 
Date: June 11, 2011                                                           Case # 11-03-04233
 
Date & Time of Incident:   June 11, 2011 / 1:32 AM
Type of Incident:                Manufacture, Possession & Delivery of Methamphetamine
Location of Incident:         63351 Vogt Road
 
 
Suspect Information:
 
Ortiz, Manuel Jose
35 year old Bend resident on Vogt Road
 
Wampler, Courtney Danielle
29 year old Bend resident on Vogt Road
 
Delgado, Tina Louise
26 year old Bend resident on Vogt Road
 
Narrative:
 
On June 11, 2011, at approximately 1:32 AM, officers from the Bend Police Department responded to a reported domestic dispute at 63351 Vogt Road. When officers arrived they learned Ortiz and Wampler, who are involved in a boyfriend/girlfriend relationship, got into a verbal argument. Delgado, who is a roommate with Ortiz and Wampler, called police when the argument became heated.
 
Officers on scene determined the argument between Ortiz and Wampler was not physical and no arrests would be made regarding the domestic dispute, however, during their investigation methamphetamine, paraphernalia, packaging material, cash and a firearm was located. Two young children, a twelve year old girl and a six year old boy, were at the residence and in close proximity to the illegal narcotics. The Department of Human Services was notified, and the children were released to a relative pending further investigation.
 
Ortiz, Wampler and Delgado were transported to the Deschutes County Jail where they were all lodged on the below listed charges.
 
Charges:      PCS-Methamphetamine
                        MCS-Methamphetamine
                        DCS-Methamphetamine
                        Frequenting a place where controlled substances are      
                              used
                                            Endangering the welfare of a minor (2 Counts)
 
 
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