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Suspect Charged with Retail Robbery Part of ORC Theft Ring

A Oregon man accused of first-degree robbery and first-degree theft for a Friday night incident at the Albany Home Depot is part of an “organized retail theft ring,” said a Linn County Circuit Court prosecutor. Carlos Rosales-Ochoa, 35, was arraigned in Linn County Circuit Court on Monday afternoon.

Prosecutor Richard Wijers said Rosales-Ochoa is a suspect in similar crimes in Corvallis. Judge David Delsman set Rosales-Ochoa’s bail at $25,000, but his release from custody seems unlikely. He was deported from the United States in 2010 for his criminal history, Wijers said. A no-bail hold has been placed on him, according to the Linn County Jail website. According to Oregon’s online court database… Albany Democrat-Herald

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