Arrest Information

Deschutes County

Sterling Respass

Arrest Information
Full Name: Sterling Louis Respass
Date:
Time: 10:52 AM
Arresting Agency: BEND POLICE DEPARTMENT
Personal Information
Arrest Age:59
Current Age: 61
Gender: Male
Height: 6'00"
Weight: 270 lbs
Hair Color: GRY
Eye Color: BLU
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Charges
  • #1 FUGITIVE FROM OTHER STATE - 1

    BOND: $10000

Comments

  • #1 Mary Ann

    Friend This case was dismissed on grounds of falsifying information by victim, with-holding evidence by victim and prosecuting atty. When the DA found the defense team had found all charges to be false, he delayed and delayed for months because he did not want to lose the case. Charges were dropped and case dismissed.

    08/28/2013 - 14:19
  • #2 victim's friend

    The victim was his mother. She p!@#$%ed away and therefore was unable to bring the case to court

    10/12/2013 - 12:11
  • #3 Mary Ann

    Seeley Lake resident

    10/25/2013 - 20:11
  • #4 ma

    What happened to the later comments....... were they removed?

    10/28/2013 - 14:14
  • #5 ma

    No...... this Sterling was ready to go to trial; but the DA and Victim delayed for 6 months, knowing she was dying of cancer. They did not want to go to court because they knew they would lose the case since Sterling had 27+ witnesses, plus 3 medical organizations / institutions who worked with him and his wife during the care of his mother. It was proven that every accusation made were produced and prompted by 2 of her daughters (out of 8 children)who just wanted it all. They got her to change her revocable trust so that only 3-4 out of 8 got anything from the estate. They chorused her to sign documents when she was extremely ill, on chemo with chemo brain, and on heavy pain and other medications. Many of her friends and family had stated that 1 1/2 yrs prior, her demeanor and memory were changing. A cognitive test was recommended by her doctors, Partners In Homecare, and the Cancer Center which her doctor set for Aug 12, 2011 with a Geriatric Neurological Psychologist , recommended by the cancer center, which one of the daughters cancelled, then took her out of state to TX for 6 months where she did not receive chemo because her daughter told her she was cured. After 6 months she was returned to her home in Seeley Lake where another daughter was left to care for her. In the end when told by DA they had no case and would lose, the daughters privately took the so called victim out of state to an unknown location and put her into a nursing home, where they left her to die. They did not want her to testify because it would prove her in-cognitive state, which would have reversed everything done during that last year, and charges dropped. And, charges would then have been brought against the 2 daughters who perjured themselves; sold, gave, threw away everything in the home / property; took advantage of an old, very ill, in-cognitive woman.

    10/28/2013 - 14:44
  • #6 MA

    FREIND

    10/28/2013 - 14:54
  • #7 MA

    COME ON "ARRESTS.COM". THIS PERSON DID NOT GET HIS DAY IN COURT DUE TO THE DELAYS OF THE DA AND VICITM'S DAUGHTERS. LET THE TRUTH BE TOLD SOMEWHERE.

    THEIR LIVES HAVE BEEN DISTROYED BY THIS.... THEY LOST THEIR NEW HOME, STERLING CAN'T GET A JOB DUE TO WHAT IS ON THE ENTERNET, ANYONE CAN SEE THIS WHO SEARCHES HIS NAME........ AND IT WAS ALL LIES DUE TO GREED ON THE PART OF THE VICTIMS 2 DAUGHTERS.

    10/28/2013 - 14:57
  • #8 Name

    Wow is this the wrong website for all that all caps stuff you're spewing out here. I can't really express how much nobody cares.

    11/01/2013 - 01:55
  • #9 MA

    friend The "real" victims, their friends, and family care.... Sterling and his wife. What was done to them was totally wrong.
    They have sought out attys in MT who state they have an extremely strong case to have the changes in the trust revoked; which would require a complete investigation of the details, witnesses, the 2 daughters involved and a new court case/trial (not against Sterling, but to find the truth and reverse the trust back to it's original state. Once that is done, they can go after those who prompted this in the first place. And, the DA has stated, if it proves to be true, he would go after the 2 daughters for taking advantage of an aged, very ill, older person... their mother. Taking advantage of her; having her change the trust illegally (the atty who helped with this will also face charges &/or lose her license to practice law, since she knew it was illegal. The DA deliberately delayed the trial for 6 months knowing there was no case . . and the state could be sued for this. The Sheriff investigator (for the DA) interviewed a few witnesses right up front, before filing charges, and found they knew the truth... but still pressed charges... he wanted the publicity. But, the attys for Sterling and his wife had stated that the Sheriff investigator is one of two of the worse in the state and should never have been put in the position as investigator, as he 'reframed' and used 'transference' (terms used in the psych world), lied and made up things to make his case. He too could face charges and suit.
    "#8 Name", if you don't like it, don't go to this site. We are in strong support of the 'real victims' here, as we know the truth... we were there... we were involved with the care of this old woman... and had to deal with the 2 sisters, who took advantage of us too.
    They don't know what is coming their way.... it will be nice to see their butt's in jail and prison.... for perjury, theft, neglect and abuse of an older person, fraud.... you name it... they did it, and it is on record.

    03/03/2014 - 17:58

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