Police: Man arrested after entering Bandon home, saying 'neighbors had sent him over'
BANDON, Ore. -- A Coos Bay man has been arrested after trespassing into a Bandon home, authorities say.
Around 10:20 p.m. Tuesday, Coos County Sheriff’s Office received a report from a homeowwner at a residence on Highway 101 in Bandon that an unknown man entered her home uninvited.
This address is located in the Laurel Grove area of Coos County.
Bandon Police officers responded and the suspect, 44-year-old Christopher Beltran of Coos Bay, walking near the residence and detained him.
Police say the homeowner’s dogs alerted them to the man who around their home before the homeowner discovered him in their foyer.
The man said the “neighbors had sent him over” and that “he needed to speak to someone,” the report said.
The homeowners said they did not know the man at all, police said.
Beltran was taken into custody by the sheriff’s office and transported to Coos County Jail where he was booked for Criminal Trespass 1.
As of 8 a.m. on Nov. 22, Beltran was still in custody, the sheriff's office reported.
His bail was set at $10,000.