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On April 18, 2024, Eugene Police Property Crimes Unit, with the assistance of Portland Police Bureau SERT and investigative units, served a search warrant in the 6400 block of Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd, Portland, Oregon. During that warrant service, a second suspect was arrested related to this home-invasion robbery and assault case: Tyree Trevon McClendon, age 25. McClendon was lodged at Lane County Adult Corrections for two counts of Robbery in the Second Degree, Assault in the Second Degree, and Burglary in the First Degree. There is still a third subject outstanding. He is described as a male adult, approximately 6’01’’ with a medium-large build, possibly black or medium skin-toned. If you have any information regarding this case, please contact Detective Mackey-

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At around 12 a.m. on March 15, Eugene Police received a report of a burglary at an apartment in the 400 block of E. 15th Avenue. Officers contacted the 32-year-old male victim at a local hospital where he had been dropped off by a friend for treatment of non-life-threatening injuries he sustained during the incident. An investigation found the suspect, Kellan James McClenaghan, age 22, of Springfield had set up a purchase of marijuana from the victim. When McClenaghan arrived for the transaction, he is reported to have come inside for a few minutes before two other males came into the apartment un-invited. McClenaghan put a firearm to the victim’s head and the victim reported he was also grabbed by one of the other men and chocked from behind. McClenaghan is reported to have pistol whipped the victim. When the suspects left the apartment with McClenaghan’s stolen property, the victim followed them to McClenaghan’s vehicle, where McClenaghan was attempting to load the property into the trunk. Another fight ensued. The victim tried to grab items from the trunk as the suspects left in the vehicle. A Eugene Police Property Crimes Unit detective took the case and on March 22, police arrested McClenaghan while he was at 13th Ave and Olive Street in Eugene. McClenaghan was transported to Lane County Jail on charges with Robbery in the First Degree, Assault in the Second Degree, Unlawful Use Weapon, Menacing, Coercion, and Theft in the First Degree. Case 24-03770

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