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Aloha man arrested after threats to neighbors over loud music
An Aloha man was arrested on Thursday after he allegedly threatened his neighbors to get them to turn down amplified music they were playing.
Washington County sheriff's deputies arrested Charles Rose, 40, on accusations of menacing, intimidation, unlawful use of a weapon, first-degree criminal trespass and first-degree burglary.
Deputies responded to a report of a man with a gun in the 16900 block of S.W. Cambridge Dr., in Aloha around 6:15 on May 9.
Rose's neighbors across the street told deputies Rose, who was working on his house across the street, crossed the street, came into their garage and told them to turn down their music. They told Rose he was being unreasonable and refused to turn the music down
Rose lifted his shirt and showed the victims a gun tucked in his waistband, said Sgt. David Thompson, sheriff's office spokesman. Although frightened, the victims still refused to turn down the music. Rose directed racial epithets toward the victims, referring to their Hispanic heritage before leaving the scene without withdrawing the pistol from his waistband.
Rose was located in an apartment in Beaverton, where he was arrested and lodged in the Washington County Jail.
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