REDMOND, OR -- Three men face numerous charges in connection with a Deschutes County burglary that occurred last week. The Sheriff’s Office says the investigation began after a break-in at a business south of Redmond, March 26. A safe was taken with a gun, cash and business documents inside.
Over the past week, detectives executed four search warrants at locations in Madras, Crooked River Ranch and Terrebonne. They recovered the safe and various documents, as well as over $100,000 in cash.
On Friday, 44-year-old Ricardo Guerrero (left), of Terrebonne, was arrested on multiple charges, including Theft and drug possession; 31-year-old Wesley Westcott (right), also of Terrebonne, was arrested for Theft, Unauthorized Use of a Vehicle and a Probation Violation, among other charges. And, 34-year-old Thomas Zimmerman, of Madras, was arrested for violating his probation and Meth possession and delivery; more charges are expected.
The investigation is ongoing and they're still searching for the handgun.