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Clackamas County Sheriff'S Deputies Arrest Wanted Subject Who Ran From Stolen VehicleSalem-News.com
(Clackamas, Oregon) - Today at 6:04 p.m. an alert Clackamas County Sheriff's Deputy detected a vehicle with reported stolen license plates proceeding north bound on SE 82ND Avenue, in Clackamas County.
This reported stolen vehicle failed to comply with this Clackamas County Deputy Sheriff's emergency lights and siren to come to a complete stop. This stolen vehicle continued onward – illegally – to a location southbound on I-205, near Johnson Creek Boulevard, where this stolen vehicle failed to negotiate a turn, rolled over and came to rest on its roof – trapping and injuring the sole passenger inside (Not life-threatening).
It is reported the suspected driver of this crashed vehicle ran from the scene of the crash and was soon apprehended by Clackamas County Sheriff's Deputies who were converging on the scene of this ongoing pursuit.
The apprehended driver is identified as a male subject; possessing multiple warrants for his arrest – he is identified as Serge Khukhryansyiy, age 22. (Photo Attached)
Serge Khukhryansyiy was found to possess multiple warrants for his arrest and lodged in the Clackamas County Jail for both Multnomah and Clackamas County charges; these criminal charges are identified as:
As indicated, the passenger of this stolen vehicle was found injured, extricated from this crashed stolen automobile by rescue personnel, transported from the scene by American Medical Response to a local Portland hospital and identified by Clackamas County Sheriff's Deputies as Vadim Kobenko, age 36. This patient is reported to not have life-threatening injuries.
Arraignment is scheduled for this matter involving Serge Khukhryansyiy, age 22, on Wednesday, November, 23, 2010, at 3:00 p.m. in Clackamas County Circuit Court, in Oregon City.
News Release from: Clackamas Co. Sheriff's Office
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