Redmond, Oregon – On June 22, 2017, the Redmond Police Department received a report of a burglary at the concession stand located at the Bowlby Field sports complex, 1767 SW Parkway Drive. The initial investigation indicated the lock to the building was broke off, allowing the suspects to enter the building and steal a cash register, safe, and miscellaneous snacks. The cash register stolen contained more than $1000. The building damage, money and other items stolen directly affected Redmond Little League baseball and softball teams.
After approximately two weeks of investigation, Redmond residents Quinton Monk, 21-years of age, Tabor Lampson, 19-years of age, John Breen III, 22-years of age and three additional male juveniles were arrested for the crimes of Burglary in the Second Degree, Theft in the First Degree, and Criminal Mischief in the Second Degree. A small amount of money from the burglary was recovered when the subjects were taken into custody.
Two of the three juvenile males and John Breen III had previously been trespassed from Redmond city parks for failing to follow park rules and criminal behavior while in the park. The Redmond Police Department remains vigilant in ensuring our City parks are safe and enjoyable for everyone. The Redmond Police Department is a proud supporter of Redmond Little League, and we are gratified in locating and arresting the suspects in this case.
This Summer, Redmond Police has increased police presence in the parks. Cadets on bicycles are patrolling all city parks looking for criminal behavior, violation of park rules, and connecting with children and families using the parks in a positive context. The Cadets were instrumental in locating one of the juvenile suspects for Officers in this investigation.
Press Release completed by:
Sergeant Eric Beckwith
Redmond Police Department