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Two Arrested After Police Chase

Monday, November 30, 2015

 

Two Bend residents were arrested late on Saturday night after leading Silverton and Marion County on a chase through multiple counties.

The pursuit began after Silverton Police Department began following the pair after participating in an armed robbery. Silver ton police ended their chase as they traveled towards Silver Falls State Park.

Deputies with the Marion County Sheriff’s Office soon began pursuing the vehicle. They deployed two sets of spike strips, but failed to stop the car. 

The SUV eventually attempted to drive off road, but quickly became stuck near the intersection of Mill Creek Road and Golf Club Road.

Richard Clark, 28, and Olivia Matheny, 21, both of Bend, were arrested in connection with the incident. Clark was charged with parole violation warrant, attempt to elude, reckless driving and reckless endangering. Matey was charged with parole violation.

 

Related Slideshow: 10 Oregon Colleges With The Most Reported Crime

Public and private universities are required to report criminal offenses every year, under the federal Jeanne Clery Act. GoLocalPDX analyzed the reports, made public through the Department of Education, for data from 2009 through 2013. 

The ranking is based on the average reported crime over five years, per 1,000 students. 

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#10

Oregon State University

Total Reported Crime between 2009-2013: 248

Student Population in 2013: 27,902

Average crime per 1,000 students: 2.009

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#9

Concordia University

Total Reported Crime between 2009-2013: 267

Student Population in 2013: 5,428

Average crime per 1,000 students: 2.016

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#8

University of Oregon

Total Reported Crime between 2009-2013: 267

Student Population in 2013: 24,473 

Average crime per 1,000 students: 2.234

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#7

University of Portland

Total Reported Crime between 2009-2013: 46

Student Population in 2013: 4,036

Average crime per 1,000 students: 2.335

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#6

Portland State University 

Total Reported Crime between 2009-2013: 510

Student Population in 2013: 28,260

Average crime per 1,000 students: 3.612

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#5

Lewis and Clark College

Total Reported Crime between 2009-2013: 70

Student Population in 2013: 3,521

Average crime per 1,000 students: 3.822

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#4

Southern Oregon University

Total Reported Crime between 2009-2013: 86

Student Population in 2013: 5,992

Average crime per 1,000 students: 3.991

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#3

Willamette University

Total Reported Crime between 2009-2013: 110

Student Population in 2013: 2,855

Average crime per 1,000 students: 7.62

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#2

Oregon Health & Science University 

Total Reported Crime between 2009-2013: 167

Student Population in 2013: 2,838

Average crime per 1,000 students: 11.89

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Reed College

Total Reported Crime between 2009-2013: 146

Student Population in 2013: 1,411

Average crime per 1,000 students: 20.036

 
 

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