Woodgrain person of interest caught
The Redmond Police Department arrested Prineville resident Amanda Marie Wiederholt Saturday, March 24.
According to Deschutes County Jail documents, she was arrested on two outstanding Crook County felony warrants and booked at 2:54 a.m. Sunday.
Prineville Police were searching for Wiederholt, 38, in connection with recent thefts at the closed Woodgrain Millwork site.
Prineville Police arrested Steven L. Woods Sunday, March 18 as he was leaving the fenced property of the closed wood products plant. He was lodged in the Crook County Jail, held on a Washington County warrant and arraigned on charges of first-degree aggravated theft, second-degree burglary, first-degree criminal trespass, second-degree theft, second-degree criminal mischief and tampering with evidence.
The following day, the Prineville Police Department, with assistance from Crook County Sheriff's Office, executed a search warrant on single-wide trailer on Northwest Terrace Lane, where Woods and his known associate, Wiederholt, both live.
While searching the residence, authorities found numerous items related to the Woodgrain thefts as well as a controlled substance believed to be heroin. Wiederholt was not at the residence at the time of the search. Authorities had been looking for her since.
Wiederholt had two felony warrants for her at the time of her arrest and was booked in the Deschutes County Jail. Bond was set at $20,000.