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Salem Police Arrest Suspects in Metal Theft Incidents

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(SALEM, Ore.) - At approx. 10:20am, Saturday, Salem Patrol Officers located David Taylor and Lori Dunn of Salem. Both, Taylor and Dunn were suspected of being involved in metal thefts in the Salem area and selling the metal to metal recycling businesses during the past month.

Taylor and Dunn were observed stripping and cleaning wire, and cleaning other metal in the driveway of Dunn's residence.

Officers were moving into position to contact the suspects when Taylor saw one of the officers and began to walk off. However, another officer confronted Taylor just as Dunn was driving up in a vehicle to pick him up and leave the area. Both Taylor and Dunn were taken into custody without incident.

In addition to multiple metal theft offenses, both Taylor and Dunn had outstanding arrest warrants. Both Taylor and Dunn were transported to the Marion Co. Jail where they were booked on the following charges.

Taylor, David Lamont, black male adult, 44 yrs (dob:05/05/66), transient. Charges: Burglary II, Conspiracy to commit Burglary, Possession of a Controlled Substance-Methamphetamine, Unlawful Transport of Metal Property, Theft I and three arrest warrants (Parole Violation, Burglary x2 and PCS-Meth)

Dunn, Lori Louise, white female adult, 39 yrs (dob:08/21/71), Northgate Ave NE, Salem. Charges: Unlawful Transportation of Metal Property, Metal Property Offense, Theft by Receiving and an arrest warrant for Parole Violation.

News Release from: Salem Police Department

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