Media Releases

    • HILLSBORO, Ore.- On March 7, 2019, Judge Oscar Garcia sentenced Scott Edward Moore to 48 months in prison. Moore pleaded guilty to three counts of First-Degree Aggravated Theft in January of 2019 after investigators determined he stole tens of thousands from his employer, an area church. The case was prosecuted by Deputy District Attorney William Stabler.

      The Washington County Sheriff’s Office first began investigating Moore in March of 2018 after leaders at the Village Baptist Church in Beaverton contacted them to report a possible case of fraud involving church credit cards.

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    • HILLSBORO, Ore.- On March 6, 2019, Judge Oscar Garcia sentenced Daniel James Campbell to 400 months in prison. Campbell pleaded guilty to two counts of First-Degree Sodomy and one count of First-Degree Sex Abuse earlier this week. Deputy District Attorney Andy Pulver prosecuted the case against Campbell.

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    • HILLSBORO, Ore.- On March 5, 2019, Washington County Judge Janelle Wipper sentenced Jose David Satey-Sanchez to 600 months in prison. Satey-Sanchez was convicted of 13 counts of sexual-abuse related crimes in February of 2019. Of the charges, eight were tried before Judge Wipper and five were tried before a jury. Deputy District Attorney Andy Pulver prosecuted the case.

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    • HILLSBORO, Ore.- On March 6, 2019, Washington County Judge D. Charles Bailey sentenced Merlinda M. Avalos to 151 months in prison. Avalos pleaded guilty to six counts of First-Degree Criminal Mistreatment in January of 2019 based on abuse and neglect toward three young family members. Deputy District Attorney Marie Atwood prosecuted the case against Avalos.

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    • HILLSBORO, Ore.- On March 4, 2019, Judge Andrew Erwin sentenced John Patrick Gilbreath to five years of probation with credit for time served following his conviction for Unlawful Sexual Penetration in the First Degree.

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    • HILLSBORO, Ore.- On February 27, 2019, Jeffery Wayne Tiemann was sentenced to 100 months in prison. Tiemann pleaded guilty to First Degree Sex Abuse, Second Degree Sodomy and Encouraging Child Sex Abuse in the Second Degree. The defendant was sentenced by Judge Charles Bailey. The case was prosecuted by Deputy District Attorney Allison Brown and investigated by Washington County Sheriff’s Office Detective Jessica Zieman.

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    • HILLSBORO, Ore.- On February 28, 2019, Judge Andrew R. Erwin sentenced Andrew Guy Moret to life in prison with the possibility of parole after 30 years. Moret was found guilty in the murder of Alonzo Sentel Gregg on February 15, 2019 by a jury of his peers.

      Moret was convicted of Murder and Unlawful Use of a Weapon for the 2015 shooting. Moret will be transferred to the Oregon Department of Corrections to begin serving his sentence.

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    • HILLSBORO, Ore.- On February 15, 2019, a Washington County jury found Andrew Guy Moret guilty of Murder and Unlawful Use of a Weapon. Judge Andrew R. Erwin oversaw the case. Senior Deputy District Attorney Bracken McKey and Deputy District Attorney Rayney Meisel prosecuted the case against Moret.

      On September 13, 2015, Moret shot Alonzo Sentel Gregg nine times near Dandy’s Deli in Hillsboro. Gregg died at the scene. Moret was arrested three days after the shooting and charged with Gregg’s murder.

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    • HILLSBORO, Ore.- On February 13, 2019, Judge Beth L. Roberts sentenced 67-year-old Stephen William Breaux to 240 months in prison. Breaux pleaded guilty to four counts of Sexual Abuse in the First Degree on February 1, 2019. The case was prosecuted by Deputy District Attorney Allison Brown.

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    • HILLSBORO, Ore.- On February 11, 2019, Judge Theodore Sims sentenced William Daniel Callaway to three months in jail and ordered his license revoked for 12 months. Callaway pleaded guilty to Fourth Degree Assault, Hit-and-Run with Injuries and Reckless Endangering after he fled from and injured a North Plains police officer who tried to pull him over along Highway 26 in January. Deputy District Attorney Matt Wise prosecuted the case against Callaway.

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