Joda H. Cain and Micus D. Ward; Charged With The Murder of Jacqueline Bell, in Portland Oregon

The Medical Examiner’s Office said Bell died of “blunt force trauma”.

October 9, 2013 Portland Oregon (KPTV) – The Washington County Sheriff’s Office said a 71-year-old woman was murdered by her 17-year-old great-grandson and his 19-year-old friend.

Jacqueline Bell was killed early Saturday morning at her home near Northwest Lee Street and 101st Avenue, according to Sgt. Bob Ray.

The Medical Examiner’s Office said Bell died of “blunt force trauma”.

The two suspects, 17-year-old Joda H. Cain and 19-year-old Micus D. Ward, were taken into custody on Interstate 84 after a high-speed chase. Cain, Bell’s great-grandson, was living with her before her death.

Someone who was concerned about Bell called 911 after 8 a.m. Saturday. Deputies entered Bell’s home and found her dead, Ray said.

Earlier that morning, state police troopers responded to a driving complaint on I-84. They attempted to stop the car when troopers saw the driver speeding and driving all over the road. A trooper then used a driving maneuver that caused the car to spin out.

The driver, later identified as Cain, was pinned in by the patrol car. The passenger, later identified as Ward, ran from the scene but was captured a short time later by a trooper, Ray said.

State police said they were driving Bell’s Lexus ES350 at speeds as fast as 135 mph.

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