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Arrest in Dual Robberies


 

Suspect Arrested in Home Invasion Robbery & Burglary of Summit Xpress Market (please refer to Sept. 20, 2011 Media Releases by Deschutes County Sheriff’s Office)
 
Arrested:
Troy Kenneth Dahl, 26 years of age
55374 Gross Dr. – Bend, Or
 
Charges Regarding Summit Xpress Market:
Burglary II – Bail $10,000.00
Criminal Mischief I - $5,000.00
Theft II - $5,000.00
Probation Violation – No Bail
 
Charges Regarding Home Invasion Robbery:
Robbery I - $100,000.00
Burglary I - $20,000.00
Unlawful Use of a Weapon $5,000.00
Felon in Possession of a Firearm - $5,000.00
UUMV - $5,000.00
Coercion - $5,000.00
Criminal Mischief II - $2,500.00
Theft I - $5,000.00
 
 
On September 21, 2011 at about 1740 hours the Deschutes County Sheriff’s Office assisted by the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office and the Warm Springs Police Department took Troy Dahl into custody after conducting a traffic stop of a vehicle Dahl was in. The traffic stop was made north of Deschutes County, on Hwy 97, in Jefferson County with-out incident.
 
The Sheriff’s Office determined Troy Dahl to be a suspect in the two above incidents early in the afternoon on Wednesday. Sheriff’s Detectives applied for and received a Search Warrant for Troy Dahl and his residence located on Gross Drive.
 
Evidence located at both crime scenes, victims description of the suspect during the robbery, patrol deputies quick response to the alarm at the Summit Xpress Market, and persons contacted regarding their observations/direction of travel of a suspicious ATV helped detectives to develop Troy Dahl as a suspect. Dahl was transported to the Deschutes County Jail and lodged for the described charges above.
 

The Deschutes County Sheriff’s Office is continuing this investigation and asks to be contacted with any information that will assist in this investigation as it relates to Troy Dahl or the arrest of any others that may have been involved in either criminal incident. We ask that you contact the Deschutes County Sheriff’s Office Detective Division at 541-617-3398.

 

 

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