EUGENE, Ore. – A Eugene man is in jail after stealing two cars, breaking into a home, and attempting to steal clothes from a store, according to police.
Linn County deputies responded to a reported burglary in Albany, on Harnisch Drive, on Saturday at 5:17 p.m.
A further investigation revealed that 20 year-old Flavio Robledo stole a vehicle from a residence in Albany, located on Dever Conner Road.
Police said he later crashed the vehicle into a field, and walked to a nearby home on Harnisch Drive. It was at that home where he attempted to steal a pick-up truck. After unsuccessful attempts, he moved to the home where he kicked in the back door of the house.  
Authorities said when Robledo was confronted by the homeowner, he ran off to a nearby shop and stole another car.
Police said he sped off to a Walmart in Lebanon where he attempted to steal clothes.
Lebanon Police arrested Robledo, who is facing burglary in the first and second degree, two charges of unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, unauthorized entry into a motor vehicle, and   criminal mischief in the first degree. 
He is lodged at Linn County jail.