Oregon City Man Found Passed Out in Car, Arrested on Drug and Gun Charges

An Oregon City man was arrested this week after police said they found him passed out in his car on Southeast McLoughlin Boulevard with fentanyl and multiple guns in his possession.

Milwaukie police said they were called to check on the welfare of a man who appeared to be passed out in his vehicle in the 12200 block of Southeast Mcloughlin at about 2:15 p.m. Wednesday, July 12.

When they arrived on the scene, they indeed found one Ryker Duane Mann, 30, of Oregon City, passed out in the driver seat of a running car that was parked nose-in into a parking spot.

Police say they observed drug paraphernalia consistent with fentanyl use was observed on Mann’s person and in the vehicle.

Authorities said they pinned the car in place by parking a patrol car behind the rear bumper of Mann’s car, which is a tactic commonly used to secure a vehicle with a driver who is potentially intoxicated or under the influence.

Officers attempted to make contact with Mann, who woke up and tried to reverse out of the spot but was unable to move.

Mann allegedly resisted arrest when officers tried to take him into custody, and they noticed he was armed with a knife. A 22-caliber revolver and 40-caliber pistol, both loaded, were also found in the car following a subsequent search.

Mann was eventually detained with the use of handcuffs and a Taser.

In further search of the vehicle, officers also reportedly uncovered a bag of suspected fentanyl pills, a digital scale and other drug-related paraphernalia.

Mann was transported to a local hospital after reporting a medical condition and later lodged at the Clackamas County Jail on warrants from Clackamas and Clatsop counties along with new charges of possession of a controlled substance, interfering with a peace officer and two counts of felon in possession of a firearm.

Mann has a long record of felony and misdemeanor convictions, most of them drug related, dating back to 2011 in Clackamas, Multnomah, Marion and Lincoln counties, according to online court records.

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