Quick Action By Hotel Worker Leads To Rescue Of Kidnapping Victim

Hood River Police say the quick actions of a Hood River Best Western employee allowed officers to rescue a kidnapping victim from Trout Lake and arrest the suspect.  According to a statement by the Hood River Police Department, officers were sent to the Hood River Best Western on Tuesday evening on a report of a possible kidnapping.  An employee had called the police to report suspicious activity between a man and a woman.  Responding officers located the pair and found the woman to be visibly distressed, and after an investigation they learned the 36-year-old woman had been taken by force from a Trout Lake residence.  Police say 32-year-old Logan Olmstead of Hood River was booked and lodged at NORCOR on charges of kidnapping, menacing, reckless endangering, coercion, and interfering with making a report.


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