BEND, Ore. – A Bend man was indicted Wednesday for more than a dozen crimes including forgery, theft, identity theft, and others after police searched his home in connection with his position as a vice president of a Redmond concrete construction company.
|Troy R. Bowen – DCJ photo |
Redmond Police Detective Sgt. Cory Chase said allegations against 34-year old Troy Raymond Bowen surfaced in January 2009, prompting an investigation into the theft of about $50,000 from Cascade Concrete Solutions, a business located at 2121 SW Deerhound Avenue in Redmond, Ore.
Bowen was originally arrested January 27 for allegedly taking money from the business, Chase said.
On March 6, execution of a search warrant at Bowen’s home in Bend resulted in his second arrest on new allegations. Bowen was booked and lodged in the Deschutes County Jail, the sergeant stated in a news release.
According to a news release, a Deschutes County Grand Jury handed down indictments Wednesday for five counts of first-degree forgery; three counts of first-degree theft; two counts of identity theft; two counts of felon in possession of a firearm; and single counts of aggravated first-degree theft and attempted first-degree theft.
“The investigation into this matter is continuing,” Sgt. Chase said, asking anyone with information about the case to contact detectives at 541.504.3400.