Mark Levin

ON AIR NOW

Mark Levin

3:00pm - 6:00pm

Contact
Local News


BEND, OR -- Bend Police say they've arrested a Salem man responsible for an intricate scheme that defrauded a local business. 


Officers arrested 31-year-old Jason Goulet, Tuesday morning, following a brief car chase and extensive search. The operation led to a brief lock-out of Silver rail Elementary due to reports he may have a gun. Goulet was taken in to custody at the park near the school and no gun was found.


Investigators say Goulet purchased three chainsaws from a local store, using a realistic-looking cashier’s check from a fake bank. He went so far as to use a re-routed phone number so he could take calls for "APX Commercial Bank." He then sold the chainsaws on Craigslist for $2,500. 


Anyone with information regarding Goulet's activities, APX Bank, or the location of those chainsaws is asked to call Bend PD. The three Stihl chainsaws are:

  • Stihl MS661rcm               serial number #184499316
  • Stihl MS461R28              serial number #184596769
  • Stihl MS461R28              serial number #184159922

 

Hide Comments

News
Traffic

 

 

  • NE 27th Street between NE Butler Market and Jill Avenue for roadwork related to roundabout construction, full road closure with detour, 4/13/20 - 7/27/20 
  • 15th Street between Knott Road and the new collector road for infrastructure installation, full closure of the roadway, 12/26/20 - 7/31/20 
  • Murphy Road between Brown Trout Place and Country Club Drive for roadwork related to Murphy Corridor project, bypass road constructed to provide Westbound/Eastbound traffic with minimal impacts to traffic, 4/17/20 - 06/12/20 

 

KBND ON FACEBOOK
 
FOLLOW US ON TWITTER