▶️ Police: Convicted felon arrested after trespassing at SW Bend home


Bend Police say officers and a K9 tracked down a convicted felon who was trespassing at a home in southwest Bend Wednesday night.

Officers responded to a trespassing report in the 60000 block of McMullin Drive just before 11:00 p.m., Bend Police said.

The man is identified as Christopher Michael Lavery, 31. Police say he was on probation for strangulation and had a warrant in Deschutes County.

As officers arrived, Lavery allegedly ran from the home and jumped a fence onto another property. 

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He was tracked along the way by officers and K9 Harry. They allegedly found items belonging to Lavery in two different yards.

Lavery was eventually caught in the backyard of a home in the 60000 block of Granite Drive, police said.

He was taken to jail on a felony probation violation, second-degree criminal trespass, and the warrant, police said.  


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