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Oregon City Domestic Violence Suspect Taken Into Custody After SWAT Activation. (Photo) - 10/16/14
On October 16, 2014 at about 8:16 am the Oregon City Police Department responded to a suspicious vehicle call in the Canemah District of Oregon City. The vehicle was found to have been reported stolen by a family member earlier in the morning.

The suspect of the stolen vehicle was identified as 43 year old Tristen Lane Jordan of Oregon City. Mr. Jordan who lived in the area was served with a restraining order the previous day, October 15, 2014. He was believed to be back in the Canemah area and armed with a rifle. The suspect was reported to have made threats to harm his estranged wife and himself.

The Oregon City Police assisted by the Clackamas County Sheriff's Office SWAT located the suspect on 5th Place at the residence he had been restrained from. Tristen Lane Jordan was safely taken into custody for violating the restraining order at about 10:26 am. No one was injured.

Oregon City Police requested King Elementary School and Gardiner Middle school be put in a Lock Out status during the call as precautionary measure due to the proximity of the incident. No threats were made against either school. Both schools have been returned to normal status.

Oregon City Police Investigators are still on scene determining what Mr. Jordan's action were prior to the call.
Oregon City Police Look to Identify Car Break-In Thieves (Photo) - 10/06/14
Wednesday, October 1, 2014 starting at 8:30 am the Oregon City Police Department took reports of at least 5 different vehicle break-ins which occurred in the area of Vincent Drive and surrounding streets in Oregon City.

One of the victims had multiple items stolen from his car including his credit card which was then used at several locations throughout Milwaukie, Clackamas, Happy Valley, and Troutdale, Oregon. Oregon City Police were able to obtain video surveillance of two suspects attempting to use the stolen credit card in the early morning hours of October 1st, 2014. The suspects' vehicle, described as a white SUV, was also captured on surveillance footage.

The Oregon City Police is asking the public's help in identifying the two suspects. If you have any information regarding these crimes or the identity of the two suspects please call the Oregon City Police Tip Line at (503) 496-1616.