Washington County Deputy Rian Alden Arrested for Attacking Inmate

Washington County Deputy Rian Alden
Washington County Deputy Rian Alden
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Washington County Sheriff's Deputy Rian Alden was finally suspended and arrested earlier this month for attacking an inmate in 2018. Inmate Albert Molina was seriously injured when Deputy Alden suddenly ran up to him, shoved him against a wall, grabbed him by the throat, and threw him on the floor. Molina spent the next 19 days in the hospital and racked up over $100,000 in medical bills. Normally, the government pays medical bills for inmates taken to the hospital, but if they change their status to released then the bill goes to the former inmate.


Molina is now represented by the law firm

Kafoury and McDougal, a well known law firm in the Portland area. Molina's lawyers call the video "grotesque" and are doing all they can to get justice for their client. Their efforts helped convince the county to finally suspend and charge Alden. The likelihood of Molina's claims succeeding has never been higher.


Public records contain the following information about Rian Eugene Alden:


RIAN EUGENE ALDEN

MALE

DOB: AUG-1979

AGE: 40


CRIMINAL RECORDS:


FAIL TO CARRY PROOF FIN RESP - 1998

FAIL OBEY TRAFFIC CONTROL DEV - 1998

VIOL OF BASIC RULE - 1999

FAIL OBEY TRAFFIC CONTROL DEV - 1997

DWS/VIOLATION - 1999

OPR W/O REQUIRED LIGHT EQUIP- 1999

DWS/INFRACTION - 1999

OPR MOTOR VEH NO DRIVERS LIC - 1999

VIOL OF BASIC RULE - 1999

VIOL OF BASIC RULE - 2002

VIOLATING THE BASIC SPEED RULE... - 2002

VIOL OF BASIC RULE - 1997

FAIL OBEY TRAFFIC CONTROL DEV - 1997


UPDATE: On 6/23/2020 Washington Country agreed to pay the victim in this case $625,000 to cover his hospital bills, legal fees, and hopefully plenty of compensation for his mental anguish.


Washington County agreed to pay Albert Molina $625,000 as part of a settlement for this unprovoked attack by Deputy Rian Alden.

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