Monday, May 1, 2017

Sexual Assault Suspect Arrested Sunday Night -- Attacked Victim in Home (Photo)


News Release from Portland Police Bureau
Posted on FlashAlert: May 1st, 2017 1:00 PM
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In the evening hours of Sunday April 30, 2017, East Precinct officers arrested a 29-year-old man in connection with a burglary and sexual assault that occurred in the area of 122nd Avenue and East Burnside Street.

29-year-old Sean Leon Lacy Jr. was booked into the Multnomah County Jail on charges of Kidnap in the First Degree, Rape in the First Degree, Sodomy in the First Degree, Unlawful Sexual Penetration in the First Degree, and Burglary in the First Degree.

The investigation started on Sunday April 30, 2017, at 7:13 p.m., when East Precinct officers responded to the MAX platform at 122nd Avenue and East Burnside Street on the report that two men were holding down another man after some sort of theft or burglary. Officers arrived in the area and took the suspect into custody then learned that the suspect ran from a nearby residence after breaking in and sexually assaulting a young woman.

Due to the sensitive nature of the investigation, no additional information will be released in this case. The victim and family are requesting complete privacy.

Anyone with information about Lacy is asked to contact Detective Jason Christensen at 503-823-0894,

Stranger-to-stranger sexual assaults fortunately are a rare occurrence.

The Portland Police Bureau collaborates with government agencies and community organizations that provide access to advocacy services to victims of sexual assaults.

A victim may be accompanied by a sexual assault advocate or other appropriate support person during the reporting process and/or criminal investigation.

Multnomah County Victims' Assistance Program: Provides support during the reporting of sexual assaults and referrals to victim services and resources: 503-988-3270.

Call to Safety (formerly the Portland Women's Crisis Line): Provides access to advocacy services, including confidential peer support, information and referrals to community resources. 24 hour crisis line: 503-235-5333, 1-888-235-5333, or

Project UNICA (Proyecto UNICA): Provides access to advocacy services for Spanish-speaking survivors of domestic and sexual violence. 24 hour crisis line: 503-232-4448, or 1-888-232-4448.

Additionally, the Portland Police Bureau Strength programs provide free self-defense classes and personal safety workshops to people around the Portland area.

To learn more information about these programs, call 503-823-0260 or visit

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