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News Release
McMinnville Man Arrested for Kidnapping, Menacing and other charges early Saturday Morning (Photo) - 11/14/16

On November 12, 2016 at about 1:00 am McMinnville Officers responded to a menacing in the 200 block of NW 11th Street McMinnville. YCOM advised that the suspect, identified as Rene Paul Delgado 36 of McMinnville, left the residence after menacing the residents with a handgun. During the incident, Delgado took his minor child without consent or legal authority. Officers were able to locate Delgado at his residence in McMinnville as he was leaving in his vehicle. Officers attempted to conduct a traffic stop on Delgado's vehicle; however, he refused to pull over leading the officers on a low speed pursuit. Delgado continued to refuse to pull over for officers, winding their way through the northern part of McMinnville. Ultimately Delgado came to a stop near the intersection of NW Birch near 10th Street.

After Delgado pulled over officers engaged him in conversation and due to his lack of complying with legal commands, officers deployed a Taser. The Taser application was successful and Delgado was taken into custody without further incident.

The minor child was returned to their mother and Delgado was lodged at the Yamhill County Correctional Facility on the following charges...
* Pointing a Firearm at another SRA $5,000
* Reckless Endangering SRA $5,000
* Burglary 1 SRA $20,000
* Attempt to Elude-Vehicle SRA $7,500
* Kidnap 1 SRA $150,000
* Unlawful Use of a Weapon x 2 SRA $15,000
* Menacing x 2 SRA $10,000

Attached Media Files: Delgado.jpg