PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN 6) — A 25-year-old man linked to a disembowelment case will be arraigned on numerous felony charges Tuesday afternoon.
Andrey Alexsander Khukhryanskiy, 25, is now linked to three cases of violent criminal activity, including one case in which the victim was disemboweled, police said.
Officials believe Khukhryanskiy is responsible for the violent attack on June 29 during a bicycle theft near the area of SE 139th Avenue and Powell Boulevard. The victim was stabbed and disemboweled during the stabbing, police said.
The victim, whose name has not been released, remains at a local hospital with life-threatening injuries.
Monday morning, police were called to the 3100 block of Northeast Rocky Butte Lane over a reported assault and carjacking, officials said.
The 911 caller said her adult brother was leaving for work when an unknown man approached from behind and hit her brother in the back of the head, officials confirmed.
The assailant, later identified as Khukhryanskiy, stole the victim’s 1992 Chevy pick-up and drove out of the driveway, police said.
Police responded and quickly locked down the neighborhood. The victim’s pickup was located abandoned a block away, police said.
Officers, including a K-9 unit, started doing a search of the area.
Khukhryanskiy was found hiding and refused to comply with the officer’s demands. Officers Tasered Khukhryanskiy, police said, and he also suffered a dog bite.
The victim from Monday’s attack suffered serious injuries as a result of the assault, but is expected to recover, police said.
Detectives also believe Khukhryanskiy is responsible for a carjacking in the late evening hours of June 29 or early morning hours of June 30. The victim in the case was not injured.
Khukhryanskiy is charged him with one count each of first-degree assault, second-degree assault, first-degree robbery, third-degree robbery, unlawful entry to a motor vehicle, unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, furnishing false information to police and interfering with a police officer.
The investigation remains ongoing and detectives are looking to hear from anyone who may recognize Khukhryanskiy, and who may know anything about his activities within the last two weeks. Anyone with information should call 503.823.0400.