VANCOUVER -- Police arrested three suspects and seized more than $100,000 in property they said was stolen from the home of former Portland Trail Blazer Cliff Robinson.
Deputies said the home, located on NW Jackson Quarry Road, was ransacked on March 30th and several items, including several off-road vehicles, five bass guitars, a motorcycle. and large televisions had been taken. The Robinsons were out of town at the time and the burglary was discovered by realtors who were showing the house.
Then, last week police got a break in the case and served a search warrant at 14903 SW 5th Avenue in Vancouver. Detectives said they found property that had been stolen from the Robinson's residence.
"Detectives then proceeded to the residence of 28-year-old Aaron Gleghorn at 15100 NE 8th Avenue in Vancouver where they recovered more property, including a custom-made bowling ball," said Sgt. David Thompson with the Washington County Sheriff's Office.
Detectives arrested Mr. Gleghorn and booked him on theft charges. He also had warrants for his arrest on unrelated charges.
And it didn't end there.
The investigation led detectives to three other locations where they recovered another off-road vehicle, more guitars, an autographed basketball, several boxes of clothing, two large flat screen televisions, a home entertainment system, jewelry, designer purses, and much more.
They also arrested Eric Young, 28, for aggravated theft I and Emily Jane Camat, 34, on aggravated theft I and other outstanding warrants.
"The sheer volume of property recovered required deputies to haul it away in a large trailer for evidence processing," Thompson said.
Sheriff's Detectives are still investigating this case and were asking for the public's help in locating more of the Robinson's stolen property. Some of the items still missing included a custom-made go-cart, a set of custom-made Calloway golf clubs, two large Pioneer flat screen televisions, two bass guitars, a white quad off-road vehicle, and a tall white mountain bike.
If you have any information regarding this crime or these items, please call the Washington County Sheriff's Office at 503-846-2500.