Teen convenience store robbery suspects indicted

3 teens, including a former PSU football player, have been charged in the crime

Jonathan David Boland, Saadiq Calhoun and Emma Morgan Ogden. (MCSO)
Jonathan David Boland, Saadiq Calhoun and Emma Morgan Ogden. (MCSO)

PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) – Three people, including a former Portland State University football player, have been indicted by grand jury after being connected to three robberies.

According to court records, Jonathan David Boland, Saadiq Calhoun and Emma Morgan Ogden will appear in court on Friday where they will be arraigned.

Detectives with the Portland Police Bureau have linked Boland, the former PSU football player, Calhoun and Ogden with three robberies that occurred on October 5, 6 and 7.

The Duniway Market on SW 5th Avenue was robbed on October 5, Plaid Pantry on NE Sandy Boulevard was robbed on October 6 and Plaid Pantry on NE Glisan Street was robbed on October 7.

Boland and Calhoun are charged with a total of 9 robbery counts. Ogden is charged with six counts of robbery.

All three suspects remain in jail. Bail for Boland and Calhoun is set at $2,250,000.