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Subject flees Bend Police/ Caputred and faces charges of restraining order violation and unlawful possession of a firearm
Update on May 22 regarding contact with Grant Schlicker
The Bend Police Department arrested Grant Schlicker on May 19 and he later was released after posting bail. After his release, officers learned Schlicker was involved in other criminal activity.
The investigation revealed there was probable cause to believe Schlicker committed additional crimes, to include Theft I. Schlicker was making threats to assault law enforcement if they tried to contact him again.
Schlicker had been contacting associates and making these threats, as well as threats to harm himself. On May 21, one of Schlickers phone calls originated from a phone number associated with St Charles-Bend. Based on the information, Bend Police worked with St. Charles-Bend to initiate a lockout. Bend Police Detectives began to look for Schlicker without success.
On May 22 at 11:38 am, while trying to locate Schlicker, detectives located Schlicker in the Skull Hollow Campground area in Jefferson County.
With probable cause existing for new crimes, detectives with the Bend Police Department attempted to make contact with Schlicker, who was in his vehicle. When the officers tried to contact Schlicker, he began to harm himself. Detectives were able to make contact with Schlicker after he caused harm to himself.
Detectives administered first aid to Schlicker before he was ultimately transported from the scene via Airlife to St. Charles-Bend with life threatening injuries.
Based on the location of the incident at Skull Hollow, the Central Oreogn Major Incident Team was called in to assist, with the Oregon State Police as the lead agency in the investigation.
End of Release
Date: Saturday, May 19, 2018 Case # 2018-00144518
Date & Time of Incident: 05-19-18 @ 0851
Type of Incident: Unlawful possession of firearm/ Restraining order violation
Location of Incident: NE Purcell/ NE Twin Knolls Bend, Or.
Schlicker, Grant 38 year old Bend resident
On Saturday, May 19th at 0851 hours, Grant Schlicker fled on foot from a Bend Police Officer in the area of NE Purcell and NE Twin Knolls. Bend Police had been investigating Schlicker for violation of a no contact order. Schlicker fled through numerous backyards and business areas in his flight from Officers.
Bend Police Officers set up a perimeter and at 0938 hours, were able to locate him hiding in an undeveloped area near 1900 NE Bear Creek by the Healy Heights apartment complex. Schlicker was taken into custody without further incident.
As the investigation unfolded, it was determined Schlicker had left his vehicle at Xcel fitness and fled when a Bend Police Officer attempted contact with him as he was leaving the business. A firearm was visible inside his vehicle, a 2012 Chevrolet Pick-up. Officers obtained a search warrant and were able to seize an unloaded revolver from within the vehicle. Schlicker was charged with unlawful possession of a firearm as he is a convicted felon. Schlicker was lodged at the Deschutes County Jail on the below listed charges.
Violation of Restraining order Unlawful possession of a firearm Interfering with a Police Officer Criminal Trespass II (2 counts)