Portland, Oregon 2021-05-11 22:50:43 –
Adam Judadigins faces five separate sins
KOIN, Oregon — A former boyfriend intercepted by a Cowlitz County lawmaker within 500 feet of where his female and male roommates lived was a shovel, a pickaxe, and a trunk hatchet, according to authorities.
Adam Judah Diggins was booked on five charges: attempted murder, felony cyberstalking-domestic violence, felony harassment, mounting a gun in a car, and possession of drug-related equipment.
On May 6, a woman, the mother of a Diggins child, told the sheriff’s office that Diggins was stalking her. They hadn’t been together for a few years, she told authorities, but sent a series of messages, lewd videos and photos along with pictures of the gun, threatening to kill her male roommate.
That night, a 44-year-old Happy Valley resident said he was in Woodland on his way to Longview and said, “This time it’s real.” Authorities tried to find him that night, but said it was empty.
The next day, roommates called lawmakers, saying that Diggins was even more intimidating and heading from Gresham to Longview to kill him.
Lawmakers rushed to Longview’s residence and were there when Diggins sent another message from a nearby street, officials said. Cowlitz County lawmakers found him and detained him about 500 feet from his home.
Diggins remains in Cowlitz County Prison at this point
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