Kaleb Zeylin Bogle

Kaleb Zeylin Bogle, booking photo (Courtesy: Keizer Police Department)

KEIZER, OR (KPTV) - Police have arrested an armed robbery suspect more than a week after the crime was committed in Keizer.

On Oct. 26, officers were called out to the report of an armed robbery of a pedestrian in the 4100 block of River Road North.

The suspect was not located at the time.

During the investigation, police said detectives were able to identify the suspect as 25-year-old Kaleb Zeylin Bogle, of Aumsville.

Just after midnight on Friday, Salem police officers located Bogle in the 2200 block of Mission Street Southeast and arrested him.

According to police, Bogle was found with a handgun during his arrest.

Bogle was booked into the Marion County Jail on charges of first-degree robbery, unlawful use of a weapon, and unlawful possession of firearms. His bail was set at $55,000.

Police said further charges are likely.

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(4) comments

Dwinch

How do they know he's the right guy, any distinguishing features? :-O

commentor

'Police: Aumsville man arrested following armed robbery in Keizer' It took the PD a week to nab this guy? His mug sticks out like a sore thumb. No way you could miss him.

Lawlessness Brings Destruction

I grew up in Aumsville and this miscreant would DEFINITELY stick out like a sore thumb. The majority of the people there are honest, law abiding people who work for a living. When police found him in the 2200 block of Mission St. SE, he may have been holed up in the nearby Howard Johnson hotel at 2250 Mission St SE. Google maps shows there's a Brazilian Jui Jitsu Academy near where the robbery happened. Too bad he didn't pull this on the instructor. I'd pay money to see THAT go down.

Worst PDX Mayor Ever

No kidding. I men..who tats their face and neck up like that other than gang members, thugs, criminals and inmates? Really makes a great statement..doesn't it? How would you like to be the parents of a daughter who brings THAT thing home for Thanksgiving? Wow..

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