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News Release
Corbett mugshot
Corbett mugshot
Male Arrested For Intimidation (Photo) - 07/11/18

On July 9, 2018 at 4:43 p.m. Beaverton Police officers responded and arrested 37-year-old Samuel Harris Corbett near SW Tualatin Valley Hwy/SW Murry Blvd after a disturbance reported by several witnesses.

When officers arrived, witnesses stated Mr. Corbett threatened physical violence against a 17-year-old black female, who lives in Beaverton. Witnesses said Mr. Corbett was pursuing the victim in the roadway as he was making threats of physical harm and using racial slurs. Witnesses told officers they put themselves between Mr. Corbett and the victim to stop Mr. Corbett from continuing to pursue her. Witnesses stated the victim was able to seek shelter in the AM/PM store while witnesses blocked Mr. Corbett from entering the business.

Mr. Corbett, who lives in unincorporated Washington County, was taken to Washington County Jail and charged with Intimidation in the Second Degree, Menacing, Disorderly Conduct in the Second Degree and Harassment.

Beaverton Police Department would like to thank our community members for getting involved to help the victim, especially in this case involving intimidation. A Beaverton Police Victim Advocate has reached out to the victim and her family to provide any services they may need.

"This type of crime won’t be tolerated in our community, which is evident by the response from our community members. Thank you for standing up against racism." - Chief Jim Monger.

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