Burglary – Occupied Dwelling
East Bay Rd., Coos Bay, CCSO release – On April 2nd, 2020, at approximately 4:23 PM, the Coos County Sheriff’s Office was dispatched to the report of a Burglary of an occupied residence off of East Bay Road in Coos Bay.  Deputies arrived at the location and made contact with one of the victims. The male victim informed the deputies the suspect had forced entry into the front of the residence, stole multiple firearms, tactical gear and other miscellaneous items. The male told Deputies his wife was inside the residence during the incident but the suspect did not enter the room she was laying in and unable to move or leave. After clearing from the first residence on East Bay, Deputies were dispatched to a Criminal Trespass just down the road from the Burglary residence. The owner of the second property had a male, later identified as 27 year old Dallas Bradley-Olson, on surveillance video driving on to the property, taking items and then leaving. It was later discovered the vehicle Dallas was driving was a stolen Volvo Station Wagon out of North Bend. North Bend Police Department was notified. On April 4th, 2020, the stolen vehicle was located in the Englewood area of Coos Bay by a concerned resident. Dallas was in the driver
seat of the vehicle and was placed into custody. The vehicle was located by a combined effort from the Coos County Sheriff’s Office, North Bend Police Department, Coos Bay Police Department and the Oregon State Police. The search of the vehicle found some of the stolen items and narcotics. The stolen property, including the vehicle, was returned to the owners on scene. Deputies and Officers on scene were able to connect Dallas to the Burglary, Trespass and Stolen Vehicle. Dallas was later transported to the Coos County Jail where he was booked and housed on the above charges, as well as other charges from other agencies.

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