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Portland Police Bureau arrests Oscar Adrian Marquez for multiple restraining order violations.

MCSO PHOTO - Oscar MarquezPortland police have arrested a man on multiple counts of alleged stalking and violating a restraining order.

The incident began Thursday, Aug. 31 after a woman called police to report that she saw her ex-husband driving slowly past her house multiple times. The woman has a restraining order against the man in another state, police say.

Authorities arrived at the woman's home and began to craft a safety plan with local domestic violence advocates — when an officer spotted the suspect driving past the residence again.

"Officers conducted a high risk traffic stop and took the suspect into custody," according to a news release. "Officers could see there was a cell phone in the car that was still recording. The suspect also admitted to a Glock style BB gun being under the seat."

Oscar Adrian Marquez, 45, was charged with three counts of stalking and three counts of violating a restraining order.

After applying for a search warrant, police allege to have found a "full-face" ski mask, fabric gloves and the BB gun in the car.

According to a probable cause affidavit, Marquez kidnapped the woman's two children several years ago, triggering an Amber Alert. The children were later located in Mexico. Marquez also reportedly left a threatening note at the home of the woman's mother recently.

Marquez remains at Inverness Jail at this time. PPB PHOTOS - Portland Police say they recovered gloves, a mask and a fake gun during the incident.

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