U.S. Marshals find car in hunt for former teacher Logan Storm

U.S. Marshals find car in hunt for former teacher Logan Storm
Logan Storm.

PORTLAND, Ore. – U.S. Marshals found a car associated with a former Beaverton teacher convicted of child porn charges who’s now on the run from authorities.

Marshals found the silver Volkswagen Jetta that they believed Logan Storm may have been driving. The car was spotted last weekend in Los Angeles and the Oregon license plate had been removed, according to Eric Wahlstrom with the U.S. Marshals Service.

Storm had hundreds of pornographic images and videos of toddlers and young girls on his computer equipment, the U.S attorney said. Authorities found Storm’s ankle bracelet at Lewis and Clark Park in Troutdale hours after he was found guilty. He had cut it off.

The judge let Storm go free until his sentencing in April even though he had taken off once before to Europe.

U.S. Marshals said they have reason to believe that someone is helping Storm hide from authorities. They are still looking for Storm’s green Ford F-150 truck with Oregon license plate 726-CKA.

Wahlstrom told KATU News “some other allegations may be coming out and we consider child porn a gateway to more serious crimes.”

U.S. Marshals said Storm does not have his passport, but he has been known to use different names in the past.

Anyone who sees the truck or has any information about Storm is asked to call the U.S. Marshals at 503-326-2209.