Three teenagers from Salem are now in the Clackamas County Jail
Portland, Oregon (KOIN) – The Snapchat connection resulted in the theft and theft of pistols and rifles from a Clackamas County apartment, according to the sheriff’s office. Now, 3 teenagers have been arrested and face multiple charges.
Officials said everything was revealed shortly after midnight on January 4 in an apartment shared by three roommates. Someone invited the 18-year-old Snapchat fellow to visit the apartment, even though the two had never met.
When I arrived unexpectedly, I arrived with 3 other men. The authorities said that these men soon learned of the presence of rifles in the apartment and decided to steal them, in what investigators believe was an “impromptu theft that invaded a house.”
The teenage woman left around midnight, but allegedly one of the suspects picked up a pistol, carried it on the head of one of his roommates and threatened to shoot. Officials said they found other rifles and set out on foot with 4 pistols: two Glock pistols, a Ruger Bolt Action ..22 rifle and an AR-15.
Roommates called 911 and the three suspects – Dietrielle Berry, Andrew Scott Lohr and Emmanuel Petrie – were quickly found. They are all 18 years old and from Salem.
But the weapons were not with them when they were caught. However, officials said a search by K9 found it hidden under a nearby building under some papers.
Perry, Lohr and Petrie are on bail of $ 250,000 and face charges of robbery, theft, illegal use of weapons and intimidation.
Investigators interviewed the Snapchat contact but at this time they were not charged with any crime. Because of that, KOIN 6 News does not name it at this time.
The investigation is ongoing.
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