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Police arrest a transient in a burglary committed near the Springwater Trail on Harney Street

DAVID F. ASHTON - Officers captured a burglary suspect on the border between the Woodstock and the Ardenwald/Johnson Creek neighborhoods. In a rare moment when Portland police officers weren't running from one shooting call to another, they were able to track down and arrest a burglary suspect on Wednesday evening, October 27.

At 8:33 p.m. that evening, six officers were dispatched to the western stub of S.E. Harney Street, an area that borders Johnson Creek, west of 45th Avenue.

Officers arrested the man near "Pacific Auto Trim" on S.E. Harney Street, across from Johnson Creek Rentals. "He's one of our Springwater Trail 'residents'; we were able to get enough units free to catch him," an officer told THE BEE at the scene.

"In this case, a suspect was seen breaking into a neighbor's garage and making off with stolen items," later confirmed Portland Police spokesperson Sergeant Kevin Allen. "The neighbor pointed out the suspect to the responding officers, who arrested him."

MCDC BOOKING PHOTO - Although arrested on both a Felony charge and a Misdemeanor charge, 38-year-old Ryan Devan Harris, was released from custody by a judge within hours of his incarceration. Arrested was 38-year-old Ryan Devan Harris, who was booked into the Multnomah County Detention Center at 10 p.m. that evening on a Class C Felony charge, Burglary in the Second Degree – as well as a Misdemeanor charge of Theft in the Third Degree.

After spending the night in jail, Harris learned that a judge had dismissed his bail, and he was released back into the community the next day, October 28, with instructions to show up for a court date in the future. Release Reason: "Pretrial Supervision".


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