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Police: Clackamas Little League official turns himself in for stealing from sporting goods store

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Kerry Davis, booking photo Kerry Davis, booking photo
OREGON CITY, OR (KPTV) -

A former official with Clackamas Little League is facing theft charges for allegedly stealing baseball mitts from an Oregon City sporting goods store, police said Friday.

Officers said Oregon City Sporting Goods called police on Aug. 5 to report that the previous day, a man had stolen three high-end Wilson fielding gloves.

The gloves had a combined value of more than $1,000.

The theft was recorded on surveillance cameras, and the store told police they were able to identify the suspect as Kerry Edward Davis, 33, using a credit card he used after the alleged theft.

Police said Davis turned himself in on Aug. 6. He faces a charge of first-degree theft.

Oregon City Sporting Goods told police Davis served as a vice president of Clackamas Little League.  The league had no official comment on his arrest. 

According to the organization's website, Davis served as a coach of coaches. The vice president of baseball position was listed as open.

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