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Police: Salem murder suspect arrested after SWAT situation in Tillamook Co.

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Jose Ricardo Barboza-Manzo, jail booking photo Jose Ricardo Barboza-Manzo, jail booking photo
SALEM, OR (KPTV) -

A Salem murder suspect was arrested after a SWAT situation in Tillamook County, according to police.

Jose Ricardo Barboza-Manzo, 21, was found at a home in unincorporated Tillamook County on Monday.

Police said Barboza-Manzo had multiple outstanding warrants and he was also sought in connection with the shooting death of 37-year-old Kenny Kalugin.

Kalugin was found unconscious in a vehicle in an alley near the 1800 block of Liberty Street Northeast on Friday morning.

Kalugin was pronounced dead at the scene and an autopsy determined he died of gunshot wounds.

When officers and deputies located Barboza-Manzo in Tillamook County, they said he refused to come out of the home.

An Oregon State Police SWAT team was activated and Barboza-Manzo later surrendered and was taken into custody.

He is facing charges of aggravated murder, first-degree robbery and unlawful use of a weapon in connection with Kalugin’s death.

Detectives did not release details about how they connected Barboza-Manzo to the crime. He is scheduled to be arraigned Wednesday afternoon. 

Barboza-Manzo also had outstanding warrants on charges including harassment, reckless driving and attempt to elude.

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