REDMOND, OR -- Two people from Madras, wanted on multiple out-of-area warrants were arrested Wednesday night in Redmond, after a short pursuit and foot chase.
Redmond Police, the Central Oregon Drug Enforcement Team and Emergency Response team found 40-year-old Jose Rodriguez-Sanchez and 27-year-old Sadie Renee Johnson at the Buggy Stop Market on NW Sixth Street, at about 10:20 p.m. As officers approached their vehicle, Rodriguez-Sanchez drove around the back of the store and both ran from the car.
He was caught after being bit by a police K-9 unit, while climbing a fence; she was captured without incident. Investigators found meth, marijuana, drug paraphernalia in the car and on the suspects.
Rodriguez-Sanchez was arrested on four outstanding warrants, from Multnomah, Clackamas and Washington counties, as well as new drug possession charges. Johnson was arrested on two warrants, from Clackamas County and the US Marshal's Office, as well as meth possession. Additional charges are expected.