Angry man tracked, lodged
- Lake Oswego Review - News
In the evening of Jan. 10, a resident at the Canberra Heights apartments on Davis Lane reported an angry person slashing tires in the parking lot.
As Lake Oswego Police Department Officers Jon Harrington and Stephen Filippelli arrived on the scene, the complainant flagged down Harrington and told him the suspect had returned and kicked in the door to his apartment and had menaced several people inside the room with a knife.
The suspect, Robert D. Lussier, 24, was chased out of the complex across Boones Ferry Road and into another condominium complex on Spring Lane.
A West Linn Police K-9 officer and dog, along with other officers from the Lake Oswego Police Department set up a perimeter.
The K-9, Viggo, tracked the suspect through the wooded areas. When the suspect fled the wooded area in an attempt to reach his vehicle, he was arrested by Sgt. Mike McIrvin and charged on suspicion of several counts of menacing with a knife, along with several counts of criminal mischief and first-degree burglary. He was lodged at the Clackamas County Jail.