Burglary charges filed
- Lake Oswego Review - News
Lake Oswego Police arrested a man wanted on Washington County warrants early last Thursday.
Darrell Lamar Singleton, 32, was wanted for failure to appear on a first-degree burglary charge in Washington County.
Also arrested was 30-year old Tami Sue Waite. Officer Clayton Simon found the two walking in a residential neighborhood near Bryant Road a little after 4 a.m. Both were carrying backpacks, and Waite was also carrying several tennis rackets.
Simon attempted to contact the two, who quickly disappeared. Simon found that at least some of the items they were carrying had been discarded. The two were found hiding in nearby brush. After further inquiry, police found that a nearby residence had been burglarized and several vehicles in the area had been broken into.
Singleton was charged with the new crimes of first-degree burglary, with bail set at $50,000, and two counts of unlawful entry into a motor vehicle. The bail for those charges is $7,500 each.
Waite was arrested and charged with first-degree burglary, with $50,000 bail, two counts of unlawful entry to a motor vehicle, with bail for each charge set at $7,500, and second-degree theft, with bail set at $7,500.
Both were lodged in the Clackamas County Jail in Oregon City.