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Manhunt for Oregon Murder Suspect Ends with ArrestSalem-News.com Staff
41-year-old Michael Robert Horn was wanted out of Klamath County on a felony warrant for two counts of Attempted Murder.
(KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. ) - Oregon State Police arrested a Klamath County man Tuesday evening in Josephine County who was wanted on an outstanding warrant for Attempted Murder.
The warrant was issued in relation to a Klamath County Sheriff's Office investigation into a shots fired incident in Sprague River in May 2013.
At approximately 8:07 p.m., an OSP trooper responded to the Williams Country Store in Williams after OSP received a tip that a man wanted on a warrant was at the store. The trooper arrived and contacted two people identified as 41-year-old Michael Robert Horn, and 36-year-old Rebecca June Tompkins.
Further investigation confirmed Horn was wanted out of Klamath County on a felony warrant for two counts of Attempted Murder. Tompkins was also wanted out of Klamath County on a misdemeanor warrant for Failure to Appear in the Second Degree.
Horn was taken into custody without incident and lodged in Josephine County Jail pending transfer to Klamath County. Tompkins was issued a citation to appear in Klamath County Circuit Court and was not lodged in jail.
According to Klamath County Sheriff's Office, Horn was wanted in relation to their investigation into a shooting that occurred in Sprague River on May 23, 2013. Horn is suspected of shooting several rounds at a vehicle occupied by two people during a disturbance. The vehicle was struck but no one was injured.
Source: Oregon State Police
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