On Sunday, April 4th, at approximately 10:58 p.m., members of the Klamath Falls Police Department responded to High Lakes apartments at 2260 Shasta Way, on a report of an assault. Officers learned a female reported to have been tied up, physically assaulted, and forced outside of her apartment by her ex-boyfriend.  The ex-boyfriend was identified as Zachary Brennan.  Zachary Brennan was also reported to be in possession of a handgun.  

Zachary Brennan fled the scene in a vehicle. Officer canvassed the surrounding area, and searched for Zachary Brennan throughout the evening, but were unable to locate him.

On Tuesday, April 6th, at approximately 5:45 p.m., officers responded back to the High Lakes apartments, 2660 Shasta Way, the previous victim reported Zachary Brennan had just fired several rounds into her apartment. The two occupants of the apartment at the time of the shooting were uninjured.  Zachary Brennan fled the scene of the shooting in a vehicle which was later located, unoccupied in a nearby alley. Officers continued to search for Brennan throughout the evening, but again were unable to him.


On Wednesday, April 7th, 2021, members of the Klamath Falls Police Investigative Division conducted surveillance in areas Brennan was known to associate. At approximately 2:50 PM, Zachary Brennan was observed getting into a vehicle in the 2500 block of Applegate Avenue. The vehicle was driven away, and members of the Klamath Falls Police Department and Oregon State Police conducted a traffic stop on the vehicle on Washburn Way near Crater Lake Parkway.  Zachary Brennan was taken into custody without further incident.

This incident is still under investigation.  If you have information that can assist the investigation, please contact the Klamath Falls Police Department at 541-883-5336, or call the anonymous tip line at 541-883-5334.