HILLSBORO, Ore.- On December 23, 2019, Isaiah Andrew Mohr pleaded guilty to unauthorized use of a vehicle, attempt to elude police and two counts of first-degree burglary. He was sentenced to 65 months in prison by visiting Judge Henry Kantor. Deputy District Attorney Kate Glasson prosecuted the case against Mr. Mohr.

On November 21, 2019, Mr. Mohr stole a SUV from a home in Forest Grove, Oregon. The vehicle was then spotted in various locations across Washington County, Oregon throughout the day.

Washington County Sheriff’s deputies eventually located Mr. Mohr and attempted to arrest him. In trying to get away, he crashed into two patrol vehicles. One deputy suffered a concussion as a result of the incident.

The defendant then continued to elude deputies until he crashed into a home. He subsequently ran into another home in the area. The homeowner was present at the time and was forced to barricade herself in a bathroom until law enforcement arrived.

During this time, the defendant ran through the home and caused damage by throwing eggs and removing light fixtures. The Washington County Tactical Negotiations Team was eventually able to remove him from the home putting an end to the ordeal.

The Washington County District Attorney’s Office would like to acknowledge the professional work of area law enforcement in apprehending Mr. Mohr without additional injuries to himself or innocent victims involved.

In addition to his prison sentence, Mr. Mohr was also ordered to have no contact with his victims and to participate in substance abuse treatment programs while incarcerated. He will be subject to three years of post-prison supervision upon his release and will lose driving privileges for one year.

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Stephen Mayer
Public Information Officer
January 06, 2020