Two Arrested in Burglary, Egg-Throwing at Police Cars
Dec 01,2006 00:00 by Richard Burton

Early this morning a Bend man and a 15-year old teenager were arrested in connection with a burglary at a local golf car dealership, criminal mischief for throwing eggs at police cars, and attempting to elude officers.

Shortly after 2 a.m. December 1, a Bend Police officer heard an alarm as he was driving in the area of 2045 E. Highway 20.  The officer observed a vehicle without headlights leaving Cascade Golf Cars, and was led on a short pursuit before the suspect vehicle stopped.

According to Lt. Gary Mack of Bend Police, a large window in the front of the golf car dealership was broken out, and the two occupants of the fleeing vehicle were arrested.

During the investigation, it came to light that suspects, Justin Charles Cogo of Bend, and a 15-year old male juvenile, had pelted police vehicles parked in the Bend Police Department parking lot with eggs.

Cogo and the juvenile will face charges of second-degree burglary, attempting to elude, and both first and second-degree criminal mischief, said Lt. Mack.