Oregon City Police Dept.
Emergency Messages as of 1:22 am, Thu. May. 28
No information currently posted.
Subscribe to receive FlashAlert messages from Oregon City Police Dept.
Primary email address for a new account:

And/or follow our FlashAlerts via Twitter

About FlashAlert on Twitter:

FlashAlert utilizes the free service Twitter to distribute emergency text messages. While you are welcome to register your cell phone text message address directly into the FlashAlert system, we recommend that you simply "follow" the FlashAlert account for Oregon City Police Dept. by clicking on the link below and logging in to (or creating) your free Twitter account. Twitter sends messages out exceptionally fast thanks to arrangements they have made with the cell phone companies.

Click here to add Oregon City Police Dept. to your Twitter account or create one.


Hide this Message

Manage my existing Subscription

News Release
An Oregon City man was sentenced to 30 days in jail and 36 months' probation after he was convicted of Burglary I and Theft III (Photo) - 05/14/19

Ronald R Caldcleugh, 68, was charged with two counts of Burglary I, Theft III, and Criminal Mischief III after he was caught on the victim’s surveillance camera targeting her house.  On June 2, 2018, Mr. Caldcleugh learned his neighbor was out of town on vacation.  Later that evening, the homeowner’s surveillance cameras captured Mr. Caldcleugh entering and leaving the residence without her permission.  When the homeowner returned from vacation, the homeowner was alerted that Mr. Caldcleugh had entered her home and notified police.  Oregon City Police initially arrested Mr. Caldcleugh on one count of Criminal Trespass I.  As the investigation continued, the victim located underwear missing from her bedroom, and Mr. Caldcleugh was charged with Burglary I.

On April 25, 2019, Mr. Caldcleugh was found guilty in a Clackamas County Circuit court on one count of Burglary I and one count of Theft III.  On May 6, 2019, Mr. Caldcleugh was sentenced to 30 days in jail and 36 months’ probation.

Home surveillance cameras can help protect you and your property.  In this case, the homeowner’s surveillance cameras were able to alert the homeowner and positively identify the suspect.     

Refer OCPD case # 18-016689

Attached Media Files: Caldcleugh.jpg
View more news releases from Oregon City Police Dept..