Man arrested in theft of Portland train victim's ring

Man arrested in theft of Portland train victim's ring

Man arrested in theft of Portland train victim's ring

Police in Portland, Oregon, have arrested a man for allegedly stealing a backpack and wedding ring from an Army veteran who was stabbed to death while intervening on behalf of two Muslim girls who were being harassed on a train.

Police also recovered the backpack but Best's wallet was missing, Simpson said, adding that his family had hoped to recover phone numbers Best carried in the wallet. A third man was injured and subsequently released from the hospital. Best died on the train and another victim died at a hospital.

Portland police did not immediately reply to a request for comment.

Police said Best's wallet was missing from his backpack.

George Elwood Tschaggeny, 51, was arrested early Friday morning and booked on charges of theft, tampering with evidence and abuse of a corpse, according to a release from the police department. "That action is just incredibly heartless and unconscionable".

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Authorities said Tschaggeny stole Best's belongings as commuters fled the train.

The Portland train attack and the three heroes who risked their lives to protect two young women they didn't know has caught the nation's attention this past week. Police described the suspect as a white male with a blond hair mullet who was wearing a black Jordan Brand baseball cap, black T-shirt with an image of Marilyn Monroe, black shorts and black shoes.

Police posted images of the suspect on YouTube and Twitter late Thursday, along with a plea for the public's help in locating him, reports Washington Post. "After serving in the military, he'd usually say, 'Hey, I'm not getting shot at, why shouldn't I smile?'"

Christian is charged with two counts of aggravated murder, attempted aggravated murder, first-degree assault, three counts of unlawful use of a weapon and two counts of intimidation. OR has not executed a prisoner in more than two decades.

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