SISTERS, OR -- A man kicked out of the Sisters Rodeo Saturday was later arrested for causing a disturbance in Camp Sherman and an RV park. State Police say troopers were first called to a report of an intoxicated man causing problems in Camp Sherman, just after 10 p.m.
Later, they learned 26-year-old Sean Brabham, of Willamina, walked from Camp Sherman to the Cold Springs Resort and confronted a couple inside their cabin. After fighting with them, troopers say he went into a second cabin where the owner was armed with a loaded shotgun. Brabham allegedly took the shotgun and threatened the resort manager before trying to break into a third cabin, where he caused around $2,000 in damage.
At one point, Brabham set down the shotgun and the manager was able to secure it until troopers arrived. He was then taken into custody without incident. Brabham was taken at the Jefferson County Jail for Burglary I x 2, Assault IV x 2, Robbery II, Criminal Mischief I, Menacing x 2 and Harassment x4, Criminal Trespass II, Disorderly Conduct II and Attempted Burglary II.