Matthew Ingram: Loan Shark by Day? Abusive Deputy By Night

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Bend, Oregon *****
Incident Report by Matthew Ingram:

This author knows Sergeant Matthew P. Ingram of the Multnomah County Sheriff's Office (MCSO) as the abusive deputy that smashed a man's head into a mattress while another deputy broke his arm. Ingram then told the inmate "I run this [expletive] jail not you!" and left. The following day Ingram falsified incident reports and colluded with other deputies to make it look like the inmate was fighting them "ferociously" after his arm was broken during an earlier forceful cuffing. Ingram's actions led to a federal indictment against the inmate charging him with assaulting five deputies while they were performing duties pursuant to a contract with the United States Marshals. All five of the original charges were eventually dropped when the inmate pled guilty to a lesser charge for throwing chips at one of the deputies. No evidence was ever presented that backed up Ingram's claims that the inmate was "mule kicking at staff" or that he struck Ingram "in the leg." Neither Ingram nor any other deputy involved sought medical attention, took pictures, or otherwise produced any proof of injuries at all.

Ingram further stated that he heard a "pop" while handcuffing the inmate and that the inmate did not complain of his arm being broken until after he was taken down the elevator and to the fourth floor disciplinary unit. Ingram wrote it up as if to make the arm injury appear so minor that the inmate did not complain until after fighting deputies for several minutes despite the arm being broken. One look at this x-ray is all it takes for any reasonable person to conclude that the amount of pain that Ingram's victim was in would have been far too severe for him or any human being to have been physically capable of fighting a group of deputies the way Ingram described. It is not possible. By all accounts the inmate was wailing in pain after the deputies left him on a mattress on the fourth floor. The fact that no deputy reports the inmate showing any sign of pain until then proves that the arm was broken on the fourth floor and not the fifth.

This author knows what really happened because this author was that inmate.

There is not a lot of information about this Matthew P. Ingram's police work online. This author could not find a photo of him at first, but a social networking account that could only be his was found. Further research led to the discovery of the photo being used with this report. Note: this author believes this to be the same Matthew Ingram that abused him in the jail, but does not really remember exactly what he looks like because he has only seen him a couple of times and he had glasses on. The social network profile linked to in this report clearly is that of a MCSO deputy that also works at Willamette Valley Bank. Sgt. Ingram works the swing shift at the Multnomah County Detention Center (MCDC). That would give him time for a side gig involving real estate. It does not take much to be a loan officer. This author had a couple of fraternity brothers in college that were loan officers at Wells Fargo despite being undergraduates. All they needed was a little training and the right connections to become loan officers. Ingram's social media activity indicates that he has tried marketing properties to fellow deputies and his friends list is packed with fellow MCSO employees.

Sgt. Ingram operates duplicate social networking accounts just for his professional looking loan officer persona. Those include a profile on the Willamette Valley Bank website with this picture, some contact info, and NMLS# 113150. One Facebook profile has a post linking back to the original Matthew Ingram Facebook page that was used as the "more info" link for this report.

According to the Nationwide Licensing System, Matthew Paul Ingram lists MCSO Deputy in his employment history this finally proves that this is the same Matthew Paul Ingram that also works for the MCSO. A screenshot of his NMLS background check can be found at so you don't need to login to NMLS to see who this loan officer really is. This author is convinced that this is the same man that supervised the administration of illegal corporal punishment resulting in the breaking of his arm at MCDC followed by false statements that formed the basis of a federal indictment charging him with crimes that he did not commit. Matthew Ingram is now a co-defendant in a federal police brutality lawsuit.

Criminal Record

A background check revealed that Ingram has a prior conviction for Negligent Driving 1st Degree out of Clark County. The data on that case is as follows:

Case Number: XY0526278


Counts: 2

Crime Type: TRAFFIC

Crime County: CLARK

Offense Code: 46.61.5249

Offense Date: 12/04/2010


Charges Filed Date: 12/06/2010



Disposition" GUILTY

Disposition Date" 06/21/2011

Sentence: SentenceAdditionalInfo=SUSPENDED TIME: D|SentenceMaxDays=90|SentenceStatus=(JAIL IMPOSED AT SENTENCING)

Fines: 1000.00

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