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Two arrested, stolen truck and trailer recovered south of Sunriver - 12/01/23

Case #: 2023-00072600, 2023-00072608 

Incident: Two arrested, stolen truck and trailer recovered south of Sunriver 

Date / Time of Incident: Dec. 1, 2023 / 10:07 a.m. 

Location: South Century Drive, Sunriver 

Arrested: Jason Carlson, 48-year-old Washington County, Ore., resident 
Charges:  Unauthorized Use of a Motor Vehicle x2, Theft I, Possession of a Controlled Substance (methamphetamine), Possession of a Schedule II Substance (fentanyl), two out-of-county warrants

Arrested: Jasmine Diab, 39-year-old Washington County, Ore., resident 
Charges: Out-of-county warrant

At approximately 10 a.m. on Friday, Dec. 1, Bend Police responded to a report of a stolen trailer from Coach Masters of Bend and a separate report of a truck stolen from Mario’s Auto Detail, both on Brandis Court in Bend. 

Officers learned the trailer's owners had a tracker on the vehicle and believed the trailer was located south of Sunriver. 

Bend officers shared the information with the Deschutes County Sheriff’s Office and other local agencies, including Sunriver Police, Oregon State Police, and the U.S. Forest Service. 

A U.S. Forest Service officer located the stolen truck and trailer and surveilled the area until Deschutes County Sheriff’s deputies arrived. The suspects, identified as 39-year-old Jasmine Diab and 48-year-old Jason Carlson, both had unrelated warrants for their arrest. 

As deputies arrived at the scene at approximately 12:05 p.m., Diab and Carlson drove away in a blue and silver Suzuki toward Sunriver. A Sunriver Police officer found the Suzuki in a business park in the 56000 block of Venture Lane, and Diab and Carlson walked away from the vehicle.   

Community members helped the Sunriver officer and Deschutes County Sheriff’s deputy find the pair at Josie K’s Deli & Kitchen in the business park. They were detained at 12:33 p.m. and Bend Police transported them to the Deschutes County Jail on the above charges. The truck and trailer were recovered and returned to the owners. 

During the incident, Three Rivers School was briefly placed in a secure status, meaning the doors were locked and school business continued as usual. 

Bend Police wish to thank our law enforcement partners, as well as community members who assisted in this case. 

 

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