The Baker County Sheriff’s Workplace and Baker Metropolis Police Division recovered bicycle components and an estimated 50 stolen bicycles in varied states of meeting from a property close to the Baker Metropolis Airport on Tuesday and arrested a person dwelling on the property on unrelated warrants.
The incident began when the Sheriff’s Workplace acquired an nameless grievance about youngsters taking part in in hazardous situations on property at 42901 W. Airport Highway. Shebb Robert Bassman, 32, lives on the tackle, stated Baker Metropolis Police Chief Ray Duman.
Duman stated Bassman was not cited Tuesday, however he’s a suspect within the thefts and gave the impression to be working “a motorbike chop store.”
Duman stated the case will go to the grand jury.
“We anticipate there might be a number of costs,” he stated.
After receiving the grievance, deputies went to the property, close to Freeway 86, and located Garrett Eli Lovell, 24, who had a number of warrants, together with a Grant County warrant. Deputies arrested Lovell and took him to the Baker County Jail. He was transferred by shuttle to the Grant County Jail at Canyon Metropolis Wednesday, a member of the jail employees acknowledged.
Police reported the scenario to the state Little one Welfare Division, in response to a press launch from the Sheriff’s Workplace.
Deputies additionally discovered a number of bicycles that had been reported stolen, Duman stated.
As a result of the police division has investigated a current rash of motorcycle thefts, officers with the police division wrote the search warrant.
Nevertheless, as a result of quantity of people that don’t register their bikes, will probably be a tough course of to find out possession, Duman stated.
The investigation continues. Anybody with data is requested to name the Baker Metropolis Police at 541-523-3644.