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Sisters man arrested in Redmond burglaries

Redmond Police officers arrested 28-year-old Redmond resident Michael Moran, and 25-year-old Sisters resident Christien Richardson on Thursday, April 18, in connection with burglaries in Redmond.

The arrest took place in the parking lot of Dairy Queen. Redmond Police Lt. Eric Beckwith reported that the pair were arrested on cases involving burglaries at La Frontera and the Redmond Tap House. La Frontera was burglarized four times with a large multitude of items stolen, and the Tap House was also a victim of theft.

Moran and Richardson were lodged at the Deschutes County Jail and charged with First and Second Degree Theft, Second Degree Burglary, and possession of burglary tools.

The Redmond Police are releasing photographs of Richarson and Moran and asking the public if they have purchased any items from the two. Stolen items were listed for sale on websites such as Facebook Marketplace or Craigslist. Some items have been recovered, however bracelets, watches and other jewelry stolen from La Frontera remain outstanding.

If you have purchased any items from Richardson or Moran, contact Detective Sergeant Tyler Kirk at 541-504-3400.


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