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Thursday, November 06, 2014

 

Patrick Michael Donovan Moon, 30. Photo Credit: Clackamas County Sheriff's Office

A Fairview man was arrested in Sherwood after he threatened a woman with a machete, lead police on a chase across Clackamas County, before he finally jumped in a stream, according to Clackamas County Sheriff’s deputies.

Around 7 a.m. Thursday morning, Wilsonville police responded to reports of a man at Town Center Loop East near Wilsonville City Hall, who had jumped out of a car and menaced a woman with a machete, officers said.

Sheriff’s deputies were in the area and soon located a vehicle along Town Center Loop West driven by Patrick Michael Donovan Moon, 30. Deputies attempted to stop the vehicle: Moon fled and deputies pursued him.

Wilsonville police joined deputies as Moon drove north on Interstate 5 and exited in Tualatin, officers said.

After 16 minutes, with Tualatin and Sherwood police also joining the chase, Moon pulled into a Sherwood apartment complex at 16738 SW Gleneagle Drive. The suspect stopped, ran from the car and jumped into a nearby creek, according to deputies.

Three deputies leapt into the chest deep water and arrested Moon as he tried to flee, officers said.

The vehicle was a stolen from Hertz car rental. The vehicle was searched and two Molotov cocktails were found along with what was suspected to be methamphetamine.

Moon was charged with possession of a controlled substance, unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, unlawful possession of a destructive device, attempting to elude and reckless driving, according to officers.

 

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