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News Release
Arrest 3 - Isaac Rayles-Valdivia
Arrest 3 - Isaac Rayles-Valdivia
News Releases (3) WPD Arrest Reports (Photo) - 08/08/19

Woodburn Police Department Arrest Reports for August 5-6, 2019. 

***The three arrests are not related to each other***


Arrest 1.

Case(s) # 19-8989 and 19-9061 - Man arrested for Sex Offenses who found with Missing 14-Year-Old Runaway and her 1-year-old child.

On August 6, 2019 at approximately 5:00 p.m., the Woodburn Police Department (WPD) located a missing 14-year-old female juvenile who was also with her 1-year-old child.  WPD took a runaway report on late Monday, August 6, 2019, from the juvenile’s guardian and learned that the juvenile had left her home several days prior along with her child. Investigators found the pair at an apartment located at the 200 block of North Pacific Hwy, in Woodburn. Investigators found them in the company of Woodburn resident Olivio Cardona-Sales, age 20. (Photo attached)

Investigators learned that the Cardona-Sales was in a relationship with the juvenile. She and and her child were placed into protective custody with the Department of Human Services, Child Welfare Division. Investigators interviewed Cardona-Sales and he was arrested on the following charges: Three counts of Sex Abuse II and five counts of Rape III.  Carodna-Sales was transported to the Marion County Jail.


Arrest 2.

Case(s) # 19-8767 - Man arrested after strong arm carjacking.

On July 31, 2019 at approximately 3:35 p.m., WPD responded to the 100 block of Grant St. in Woodburn on a report a strong armed car-jacking. The victim reported that an unknown male, later identified as Woodburn resident Rene Ybarra, age 37 (Photo attached), approached him while he was parked in his car. The victim was punched by Ybarra, then physically removed from his vehicle. Ybarra drove off in the victim’s vehicle prior to police arrival. The victim did not require medical attention. Investigators later located nearby surveillance video of Ybarra during the carjacking.

On August 6, at approximately 5:45 p.m., the victim spotted his vehicle parked at the 300 block of North Pacific Hwy., with Ybarra in the vehicle.  When WPD officers responded to the scene Ybarra attempted to flee the area by hiding in a nearby restaurant bathroom. Officers located the suspect after witnesses alerted them to his location.

Ybarra was taken into custody without incident and lodged into the Marion County Jail on the following charges: Robbery III, Unlawful Use of a Motor Vehicle, Harassment, Possession of Methamphetamine, Parole Violation Warrant, and a Hit and Run Warrant.


Arrest 3.

Case(s) # 19-8992, 19-7901 - Man arrested for ramming a police vehicle, stealing two vehicles and a domestic disturbance. 

On Friday, July 12, 2019 at approximately 5:31 p.m., the Woodburn Police Department responded to a stolen vehicle report at the 300 block of Baylor Drive in Woodburn.  Later that night, at approximately 9:24 p.m., the victim notified police that his stolen vehicle was located in front of a business at the 1500 block of Mt. Hood Ave. in Woodburn.  As police began to arrive they saw a physical fight unfolding between the vehicle theft suspect, identified as Isaac Rayles-Valdivia, age 20 and a Gervais resident, (Photo attached) the victim and the victim’s friends.  Before police could approach the scene Isaac Rayles-Valdivia, was able to break away from the fight and entered into another vehicle, a 2015 Ford truck that was left running nearby and belonged to one of the original victim’s friend.

Rayles-Valdivia then rammed a responding police unit as he fled the scene.  The officer in the police unit did not require immediate medical attention. The suspect continued to flee at a high rate of speed and managed to flee from capture. The original stolen vehicle was recovered along with a stolen handgun that the suspect possessed.

On August 5 at approximately 5:00 p.m., Woodburn officers responded to the area of the Woodburn Walmart, located at 3002 Stacy Allison Way., on a report of domestic disturbance. Rayles-Valdivia had approached his ex-girlfriend while she was walking and took their 2-year-old child and ran from the area on foot. Officers arrived and located Rayles-Valdivia near the I-5 interchange in Woodburn and he was placed into custody. The child was returned his mother unharmed. Rayles-Valdivia was arrested on the following charges from the initial stolen vehicle case:  Robbery 1, Assault III, Assaulting a Police Officer, Unauthorized Use of a Motor Vehicle, Attempting to Elude Police, Menacing, Reckless Driving, Criminal Mischief II and Felony Hit and Run.

Rayles-Valdivia was arrested on additional charges stemming from the domestic disturbance of Interfering with Making a Report, Menacing, Theft I, a warrant for Recklessly Endangering Another and a warrant for Assault IV-Domestic.  Rayles-Valdivia was later lodged at the Marion County Jail.   



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