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Kenrry Hoag Bay Sentenced to 110 Months in Prison for Multiple Crimes (Photo) - 10/07/21

HILLSBORO, Ore.- On October 6, 2021, Kenrry Hoag Bay pleaded guilty to second-degree robbery, two counts of unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, two counts of driving under the influence of intoxicants, identity theft and menacing and was sentenced to 110 months in prison by Washington County Circuit Court Judge Eric Buchér. Deputy District Attorney Bryce Bissinger prosecuted the cases against the defendant. 

Mr. Bay, who was already on probation out of Deschutes County, Oregon on a second-degree burglary charge, committed multiple crimes during a two-month period. Between March 10, 2021 and May 20, 2021, Mr. Bay stole three vehicles, committed five separate identity thefts, drove under the influence of intoxicants at last twice, committed one act of second-degree robbery, and one act of second-degree burglary. He also crashed into two vehicles while driving in an impaired state and threatened to kill a random stranger while holding a cup of gasoline. 

Beaverton police and the Washington County Sherriff’s Office investigated these crimes and arrested the defendant. Fortunately, no one was seriously hurt as a result of Mr. Bay’s actions. 

The Washington County District Attorney’s Office wishes to acknowledge the work of the Beaverton Police Department and the Washington County Sherriff’s Office on these cases. We also commend the victims for aiding in the prosecution of the defendant. 

In addition to his prison sentence, Judge Buchér also ordered the defendant to serve three years of post-prison supervision upon his release and to pay restitution to his victims.  

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