Oregon woman in court in trespassing case

first_imgA Gresham, Ore., woman appeared Monday in Superior Court after a Clark County man reportedly found her snoozing in his spare bedroom early Sunday morning.Angel L. Umemoto, 20, faces allegations of first-degree criminal trespassing, custodial assault and being a minor in possession of alcohol-consumption.Clark County sheriff’s deputies responded about 1:20 a.m. to a residence in the 3600 block of Northeast 54th Street after a man called 911 to report finding an unknown woman asleep in his spare bedroom. The resident wasn’t sure how the woman got inside, according to an affidavit of probable cause.The woman, later identified as Umemoto, was unresponsive as deputies tried to wake her up, and she smelled heavily of alcohol, the affidavit said.She eventually woke up, but when officers tried to question her, she said she didn’t need to tell them anything, court records state.Deputies said Umemoto’s speech was slurred, and her eyes were watery and bloodshot.When they put her in the patrol car, she started swearing and screaming epithets at the officers, according to court documents. And while being booked into the Clark County Jail, she tried to assault a sergeant by swinging at her face, the affidavit said.On Monday, Judge Scott Collier appointed Umemoto an attorney and granted her supervised release. She will be arraigned June 23.last_img read more