An Oregon man pleads guilty to theft of weapons in connection with the murder of the sheriff’s sergeant. Jeremy Brown


Clement was serving a 116-month prison sentence in Oregon for a number of offenses including burglary and robbery when he was transferred to Clark County Jail in February to face local charges, according to court records. He will serve his sentence in Clark County, Oregon concurrently with those sentences.

According to court records, a man reported to police that his storage box was broken into between June 1 and June 3, 2021. Among other items, dozens of firearms, 20,000 to 30,000 cartridges, his card social security, birth certificate and credit cards were stolen.

He said he learned of the burglary after being alerted to fraudulent activity on his credit cards, according to court records.

Surveillance footage from Public Storage, 7601 NE Fifth Ave., captured a dark blue Volvo XC 90, with three people inside, entering the facility around 6:30 a.m. on June 1. The burglars entered another unit to gain access to the victim’s unit. They left and returned later that morning, according to court records.

Then, at around 3pm on June 2, the Volvo returned, this time using the victim’s entry code after the burglars rented another unit in his name. Surveillance footage captured two women in the vehicle and they were loading objects, according to court records.


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