Lake Oswego locker room burglar gets locked up
- Lake Oswego Review - News
A Lake Oswego man arrested in a string of burglaries involving girls' locker rooms has been sentenced.
Keith Jeffrey Craig, 32, was sentenced Tuesday to 39 months in prison. Last week he pleaded guilty to three counts of second-degree burglary for breaking into locker rooms at Lake Oswego High School, Gladstone High School and Wood Middle School in Wilsonville.
He also was a suspect in a break-in at West Linn High School, according to Clackamas County Sheriff's deputies.
In addition to his prison sentence, Craig will serve a year of post-prison supervision.
According to deputies, who arrested Craig in May, he worked part-time as a baseball umpire in the metro area, and was employed by the Portland Baseball Umpires Association.
Deputies said Craig was arrested during a burglary at Gladstone High School while he was wearing his umpire uniform.
Craig has prior convictions for providing liquor to a minor and first-degree forgery. He is presently still on probation in Multnomah County for the forgery conviction.