UPDATE FROM EUGENE POLICE DEPARTMENT
The deceased female, Amber Lynn Mosey, age 30, of St. Helens, was the primary suspect in two robberies this week:
Sips Drive Thru Espresso Bar, 4150 W. 11th, which was robbed of cash and some food at gunpoint on March 20 at 6:03 a.m.
Anna’s Deli, 4716 Royal Avenue, which was robbed of cash at gunpoint on March 19 at 2:01 a.m.
The red vehicle associated with Mosey during the Sips Drive Thru robbery was recovered at 7:30 a.m. on March 20 after the Sips robbery. An off-duty EPD officer spotted the vehicle in the 1300 block of Acorn Park and called it in. It had been stolen out of another jurisdiction on March 18. A Property Crimes detective developed information the suspect was Amber Mosey. Since that time, detectives had been seeking Mosey and at the time of her death, had an ‘attempt to locate’ for her. Mosey was considered armed and dangerous. A state wide crime bulletin was disseminated.
The vehicle involved in the crash in Jefferson was stolen from Valley River Center on March 21, and while Property Crimes detectives were out on that call, they received word of the police activity outside of Jefferson involving the stolen vehicle and subsequent crash. Several of the EPD Property Crime detectives responded to Jefferson to assist OSP with the investigation. They identified the driver to be Mosey. A loaded gun was found inside the vehicle and the two passengers were transported to a local hospital. The investigation is ongoing.
ARMED ROBBERY SUSPECTS ATTEMPT TO ELUDE, CRASH VEHICLE, AND ONE PERSON DIES - MARION COUNTY
News Release from Oregon State PolicePosted on FlashAlert: March 22nd, 2019 7:08 AM
On Thursday, March 21, 2019 at approximately 6:21 P.M. Oregon State Police Troopers located a vehicle reported stolen from Eugene on Interstate 5 in the Albany area. The vehicle and the occupants were also of interest in multiple armed robberies in the Eugene area.
Troopers attempted a traffic stop and the vehicle attempted to elude. The vehicle lost control on Hochspeier Road near the intersection of Hwy 164 (Jefferson Highway) milepost 1 just north of the City of Jefferson and rolled several times.
One occupant of the vehicle sustained fatal injuries and was pronounced deceased. Two other occupants were transported to Salem Hospital with serious injuries.
A criminal investigation continues into the occupants of the vehicle for multiple armed robberies by the Eugene Police Department.
The single vehicle crash is being investigated by Marion County Sheriff's Office with a crash reconstruction team made up of OSP, Marion County S.O. and Keizer Police Department.