Corvallis police arrested two teenagers Wednesday for allegedly breaking into several apartments at an off-campus student housing complex, according to an officer’s report.

Kade Reed Pascal, 18, and Dean Haiga Offner, 19, face felony burglary charges.

Police responded about 9 a.m. to The Union, 2750 NW Harrison Boulevard. A resident reported he had discovered a man in the common area of his apartment stealing Xbox games, according to police.

Officers reviewed security footage at the apartment complex and reportedly identified Pascal and Offner entering six different apartments, police said. Officers determined Pascal lived at the complex and obtained a search warrant for his apartment. There, they allegedly found stolen property, including a bike, wireless speakers, a skateboard, bottles of alcohol, household decorations and more, according to police.

Pascal was also allegedly in possession of prescription drugs that did not belong to him, police said.

Police arrested both men and took them to the Benton County Jail. Pascal faces six counts of first-degree burglary and two counts of possession of a controlled substance. Offner faces three counts of first-degree burglary.

According to police, Pascal had been arrested on Monday for menacing, a misdemeanor, after allegedly pointing a BB gun at a man in the parking lot of Fred Meyer on Northwest Kings Boulevard. He was booked into the jail and released Tuesday. 

Lillian Schrock covers public safety for the Gazette-Times. She may be reached at 541-758-9548 or Follow her on Twitter at @LillieSchrock. 


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