BEND, OR -- The subject at the center of Monday’s lock-out at St. Charles Bend has been identified as Grant Schlicker – the man arrested Saturday after a brief foot chase in northeast Bend. He was charged then with being a felon in possession of a firearm, and violating a restraining order.
Police believe he was involved in more criminal activity after posting bail and began searching for him again, Monday. Schlicker reportedly told friends he would hurt any law enforcement that tried to contact him. One of those calls originated from a phone associated with St. Charles-Bend, prompting the hospital lock-out.
Tuesday morning, Detectives tracked Schlicker to Skull Hollow Campground in Jefferson County. Medics were dispatched to the area at about 11:40 a.m., following a report that a "suspect" had a stab wound to the neck. Bend Police say they found Schlicker in his car at the campground; when they attempted to contact him, Schlicker began to hurt himself. He was flown by Airlife to St. Charles Bend with life threatening injuries. There is no word on his current condition.