POWERS — A man was arrested Wednesday on assault, trespassing and criminal mischief charges Tuesday after breaking into a residence and causing extensive damage to the home's interior.
According to the Coos County Sheriff's Office, Randy Warren, 48, of Powers, broke into a residence in the 500 block of Second Street in Powers after a woman called 911 and reported a male intruder at about 1 p.m.
Deputies responded and discovered Warren had broken into the home and caused extensive damage. It was discovered that Warren also stole a firearm, according to the CCSO.
The firearm was later recovered by deputies on scene. The dollar amount of the damage inside the home is not known but is expected to be well above $500.
Based on the investigation, Warren was arrested by deputies and transported to the Coos County Jail for the following charges:
Burglary I: For entering a residential dwelling with the intent to cause damage and remove property from within without legal right to do so.
Theft I: For unlawfully taking a firearm from the residence.
Criminal Mischief II: For causing extensive damage to the inside of the house and to personal property belonging to another and without a legal right to do so.
Criminal Trespass I: For entering the house a second time dropping the firearm into the kitchen before fleeing on foot. Randy Warren was booked into and held at the Coos County Jail. The case will be referred to the Coos County District Attorney for charges.