Suspects in stolen car take packages, crash, ditch dog


The Mercedes was stolen from Thurston County Washington

PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — Two suspects got away after stealing packages, crashing a car and abandoning a dog in Happy Valley.

The Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office said the crimes started on Oct. 8, when deputies in Thurston County Washington tried to pull over a stolen Mercedes. They were not able to get the driver to stop, so they ended the pursuit.

That stolen Mercedes turned up in Happy Valley on Oct. 11, where it was seen on surveillance video at the Stevens Creek Apartments being loaded up with packages from the lobby.

Suspects accused of stealing a car, packages and abandoning a dog fled the scene of a crash on Oct. 13, 2019. (CCSO)

Two suspects drove the stolen silver 2001 coupe with Washington license plate 463-XBV into the garage. They took the packages and a helmet and backpack from a motorcycle.

Then on Oct. 13, deputies tried to pull over the stolen Mercedes, which a deputy recognized from his report from the Stevens Creek Apartment theft.

The suspects sped away but eventually lost control and crashed into a ditch on Southeast Ridgecrest Road near Southeast 132nd Avenue, then got out and ran away.

The deputy’s dashcam video shows one of the suspects running away with a dog, which was found abandoned nearby.

The dog was not hurt and was taken to Clackamas County Dog Services.

Deputies identified the suspects as 27-year-old Parker Timmothy Savoie and 28-year-old Jordan Dian Vinson, both of Seattle.

A dog was abandoned when two suspects fled from Clackamas County Deputies on Oct. 13, 2019. (CCSO)

If you see either of the suspects or know where they might be, contact the sheriff’s office at 503.723.4949.

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