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Two Arrested in Bend Planned Parenthood Break-In


Surveillance video helped Bend police find and arrest two suspects in an attempted break-in at a Planned Parenthood office, but an officer said Saturday it appeared to be a ?crime of opportunity? and not targeted at the organization.

Police responded around 12:35 a.m. Friday to a reported burglary at the Planned Parenthood Office at 2230 NE Division St. No. 7, said Sgt. Todd Fletcher.

Arriving officers found a screen on a window had been removed and the window had been slid open, Fletcher said. No one was found inside the building.

Officers reviewed surveillance video, and a short time later, Tonya Mae Lynn Hogue, 26, of Bend, was contacted walking along Division Street, Fletcher said. She matched the description of one suspect seen in the video and was arrested, he said.

A short time later, a second suspect, Johnathan Raymond Martinez, 20, of Corvallis, was contacted and arrested, Fletcher said. He also matched the description of a person seen in the video, the sergeant added.

Hogue and Martinez were taken to the Deschutes County Jail and booked on charges of second-degree attempted burglary, a Class A misdemeanor. Hogue was released on her own recognizance a short time later and Martinez later in the day, a jail officer said.

Sgt. Dan Ritchie said the pair apparently saw the window ajar, removed the screen, slid open the window — and fled when an alarm activated.

“I think this was a crime of opportunity,” he said. “One suspect indicated they saw the window was ajar. It’s not like, ‘Tonight we’re going to hit Planned Parenthood.'”

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