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Tuesday May 30, 2017 - Times viewed: 9290
PORTLAND, Oregon - President Donald Trump has condemned the killing in Portland of two men who tried to stop another man from using anti-Muslim speech against two teen girls. A third man was injured in the violence. Trump tweeted a statement saying: “The victims were standing up to hate and intolerance. Our Prayers are w/ them. The violent attacks in Portland on Friday are unacceptable. The victims were standing up to hate and intolerance. Our prayers are w/ them." Police identified the assailant, who was arrested soon after the Friday afternoon attack, as Jeremy Joseph Christian of Portland, a 35-year-old convicted felon. A senior researcher with the Southern Poverty Law Center, in a blog post, said Christian's Facebook page showed he held "some racist and other extremist beliefs." The attack unfolded hours before the start of Ramadan, Islam's holy month, when most of the world's 1.6 billion Muslims observe a daily religious fast. ...
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Tuesday May 30, 2017 - Times viewed: 8992
BORING, Oregon - The Clackamas County Sheriff's Office arrested two suspects after interrupting a burglary at the Clackamas County Bank in Boring. Photos/video are attached. At 8:11 a.m. Monday, May 29, 2017, Sheriff's Office deputies responded to an alarm call at the Clackamas County Bank, 28500 SE Hwy 212 in Boring, unincorporated Clackamas County. Upon arrival, deputies found a male sitting in a car parked in front of the bank. As deputies approached they could hear what sounded like a saw coming from inside the bank. The male in the car started honking the horn when he saw Deputies approaching. Deputies could see that someone had forced entry into the bank, a glass door was broken. While detaining the male who was in the car another male ran out of the broken door of the bank. He was wearing a mask covering his face. As he fled Deputies ordered him to stop and he complied. Both males were taken into custody without incident. Not knowing if there were other suspects in the building Deputies used a robot to search the building. After finding no one else inside they investigated the scene. The suspects had done a substantial amount of damage to the back of the ...
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Tuesday May 30, 2017 - Times viewed: 9002
TOLEDO, Oregon - On May 28, 2017, at approximately 10:14 am, the Lincoln County Sheriff's Office was dispatched on the report of a burglary in progress. The report was said to be occurring in the area of E. Thissell Road in Tidewater, Oregon. The caller reported to dispatch that they had interrupted a male subject rummaging through their barn on the property. The male subject was reported to be wearing a ski mask and dark clothing. The caller called 911 and initiated police response. The husband of the caller was able to follow the male on a 4-wheeler as he ran off the property. The suspect was reported to be carrying bags of stolen property. The suspect was followed down the road and into a nearby field. Deputy Carter responded to the area where he was met by two witnesses. The witnesses pointed out where they had last seen the male running and Deputy Carter found the suspect attempting to hide in the nearby brush. The suspect was taken into custody without incident. He was identified as 42 year old Brandon Allen Lyons of Toledo, OR. The investigation reveled that Mr. Lyons had unlawfully entered the shop, an RV and two other cargo trailers on the victim's property. He had ...
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Tuesday May 30, 2017 - Times viewed: 8917
WELCHES, Oregon - Fire fighters are working on a structure fire in the 66000 block of E Crystal Creek Road in Welches, Oregon. The Fire district was dispatched at 2:15 this morning, on arrival found flames and smoke coming from the house. The house is located in a rural area without fire hydrants and assistance came from Sandy and Clackamas Fire Districts. The cause of the fire is still under investigation. ...
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Monday May 29, 2017 - Times viewed: 9000
On Saturday's New Day on CNN, after reporting on the murders of two men in Portland who defended two women from being verbally harassed with anti-Muslim rantings, Ibrahim Hooper of the Council on American-Islamic Relations was given an unchallenged forum to blame President Donald Trump for the violence. No room was made for any conservative voices who might have pointed out that anti-Muslim bi ...

Monday May 29, 2017 - Times viewed: 8963
PORTLAND, Oregon - On Sunday May 28, 2017, at 5:55 p.m., North Precinct officers responded to Holladay Park, located at 1125 Northeast Holladay Street, on the report from Lloyd Center Security that a man was waving a gun. Security described the person as a 16-year-old black male wearing a striped red and black shirt, black pants, armed with a black handgun. Officers quickly arrived in the area ...

Monday May 29, 2017 - Times viewed: 9093
PORTLAND, Oregon - Update: This morning, Portland Police Bureau ended a neighborhood search for a suspect that was involved Sunday in an encounter with officers that resulted in a shooting A person matching the suspect's description was arrested on an outstanding warrant at Northeast 35th Avenue and Sandy Boulevard. Detectives are working to determine if he is the person involved in this incident. The person arrested was not armed at the time of his arrest. The person arrested waas identified as 51-year-old Michael Ervin Grubbe. Grubbe will be booked into the Multnomah County Jail on outstanding misdemeanor warrants. Once he is booked, his mug shot may be available at www.mcso.us/paid Detectives will continue to work to determine if Grubbe was the person involved in today's incident. Grubbe did not have any significant injuries obvious to detectives. Detectives have processed the crime scenes and all streets are now open to regular traffic. PREVIOUSLY: A residential surveillance system captured images of the suspect, which were shared with police. These images are being shared publicly to help apprehend the suspect. Tactical officers are continuing to search t ...
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Monday May 29, 2017 - Times viewed: 9283
KELSO, Washington - This morning on Memorial Day at about 4 AM, Kelso Police responded to 1107 S. 7th Avenue in Kelso for a report of someone shooting from within that residence. Bullets were reported to have struck an adjacent residence. When Officers from the Kelso Police Department arrived, along with Deputies from the Cowlitz County Sheriff's Office and Longview Police Officers, a firearm coul ...

Sunday May 28, 2017 - Times viewed: 9283
BEAVERTON, Oregon - A drunk driver crashed within a few feet of an apartment complex building located at NW 205th Avenue near NW Quatama Road in Beaverton. The incident was reported to 9-1-1 by multiple witnesses. Deputies arrived and found a white Dodge pickup on its side with a passenger entrapped and the driver unaccounted for. The pickup had sideswiped a utility pole and damaged a traffic sign during the crash. The pickup had come to a rest within a few feet of a building at the Quatama Village Apartments. Deputies conducted an extensive search and located the driver, 24-year-old Eric Jeremiah Coulson of Beaverton, walking in the area. During the investigation, Mr. Coulson showed signs of alcoholic impairment and was arrested. The passenger was extracted from the vehicle by Hillsboro Fire & Rescue. No one was injured during the incident. Mr. Coulson was lodged at the Washington County Jail for DUII, failure to perform duties of a driver (hit and run), and recklessly endangering another person ...
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Sunday May 28, 2017 - Times viewed: 9007
VANCOUVER, Washington - Teams of sixth-grade students from Discovery Middle School will paint large cement planters as part of a neighborhood beautification project on May 31. The painting will take place from 9:45 a.m. to noon along St. John's Boulevard and Fort Vancouver Way in the Rose Village and Village Plaza neighborhoods. The project, sponsored by the local nonprofit Americans Building Community, began with an invitation to local students to submit designs for the large planters. Approximately 90 students from Discovery, and Washington and King elementary schools submitted designs based on native plant life and indigenous geometric and floral patterns. Discovery art teacher Miranda Wakeman created stencils of the nine final designs, which have been transferred to the planters. Mark Maggiora, executive director with Americans Building Community (www.abcinc.us) stated: "We're excited to once again have the art students associated with Vancouver Public Schools be an instrumental part of this project at Village Plaza, as they have on a number of community revitalization efforts in thF fourth Plain Corridor! The support of their teachers and district staff have provided o ...
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Sunday May 28, 2017 - Times viewed: 9195
Deputies serving the City of Cornelius responded to a disturbance with a firearm where one person sustained non-life threatening injuries. One suspect is outstanding as the investigation continues. On May 27, 2017 at 10:44 p.m., Washington County Sheriff's Office deputies serving the City of Cornelius were called to a reported disturbance with a firearm in the 200-block of South 13th Avenue. Citizens reported hearing multiple gunshots nearby. Deputies surrounded the area and located one of the involved parties, 27-year-old Corey Allen Bock of Hillsboro, with a single gunshot wound to his foot. With the assistance of Forest Grove and Hillsboro Police canine units, deputies searched the area extensively but were unable to locate anyone else involved in the incident. During the investigation, deputies learned that the incident began as a confrontation in the street involving several people, and during it multiple shots were fired from at least one firearm. Mr. Bock was transported to OHSU with non-life threatening injuries and later discharged. He was arrested and lodged at the Washington County Jail for interfering with a peace officer and a parole violation. Addition ...
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Saturday May 27, 2017 - Times viewed: 9135
TIGARD, Oregon - Just before 11 AM Friday, firefighter medics were dispatched to Tigard High School on reports that two students fainted and a third student felt lightheaded. As the three students were attending the same ceramics class and the symptoms occurred at roughly the same time, firefighters called for the TVF&R Hazardous Materials Team due to the possibility of exposure to harmful chemicals. The teacher and students evacuated the classroom, and school facilities staff closed off the HVAC system to the classroom to prevent any potential infiltration into other areas of the school. While paramedics treated the three patients, the Hazardous Materials Team investigated the classroom and HVAC system to determine if toxins or chemicals had caused the students' symptoms. The team concluded that there were no harmful substances in the area. Paramedics on scene assessed the students. One student was transported to an area hospital, a second student was released to a parent, and paramedics cleared the third. It is still unknown what caused the symptoms; however, they had been standing for a prolonged period of time. The HazMat crews deemed the classroom safe. As ...
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Saturday May 27, 2017 - Times viewed: 14188
On May 26, 2017, at approximately 9:00 PM, Oregon State Police Troopers responded to a single vehicle crash on Hwy 27, near milepost 26 in Crook County. Once on scene, they determined it was a fatal crash. The preliminary investigation determined the operator, 51 year old, Mark Alan HIATT, a Bend resident, was operating a 1994 GMC Sierra pickup southbound on Hwy 27, when for an unknown reason, left the roadway, driving onto the shoulder where the pickup crashed into a dirt bank and came to rest upside down. HIATT died as a result of the injuries sustained in the crash. Alcohol is being considered as a factor. The Oregon State Police was assisted by Crook County Sheriff's office and the Oregon Department of Transportation. ...
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Saturday May 27, 2017 - Times viewed: 9334
PORTLAND, Oregon - A man has been arrested in Portland in connection with stabbings on the Hollywood Transit Center that left two people dead and one injured. Commuters attempted to calm the suspect who was yelling what police said "would best be characterized as hate speech." Jeremy Joseph Christian of N Portland is facing two counts of aggravated murder, attempted murder, two counts of intimidation and felon in possession of a restricted weapon. He is being held without bail at the Multnomah County Jail on charges of aggravated murder, attempted murder, intimidation in the second degree and felon in possession of a restricted weapon. Christian, 35, will be arraigned Monday at the Multnomah County Courthouse, according to the Portland Police Bureau. Police said multiple officers responded to a report of a disturbance on the eastbound light-rail train involving a man who stabbed two people on Friday around 4:30 p.m. local time. While en route to the scene, officers learned that the suspect had exited the train and was fleeing the area on foot toward a hospital, police said. Upon arriving at the station where the train had stopped, officers found three stabbing victims and ...
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Friday May 26, 2017 - Times viewed: 8719
MILWAUKIE, Oregon - Milwaukie Police are looking for a man who exposed himself to a teenage girl and are asking for the public's help in identifying the suspect. On May 24, 2017 at 9:21 p.m., a teenage girl reported that she was followed by a subject in the area of SE 42nd Ave. and SE Harrison St. earlier in the evening. The subject was in a vehicle and exposed himself to her. The suspect ...

Friday May 26, 2017 - Times viewed: 9104
PORTLAND, Oregon - On Thursday, Portland Police arrested 47-year-old Manuel Banuelos-Alcala of Beaverton, Oregon, in connection with reports of a man throwing semen on unsuspecting women in grocery stores. Detectives were conducting investigative follow-up at the Safeway grocery store, located at 8145 Southwest Barbur Boulevard. In the parking lot, detectives noticed a person sitting in a parked car that matched the description of the suspect in several reported incidents of of a man throwing semen on unsuspecting women in grocery stores. Detectives and officers contacted the suspect and placed him into custody without incident. In the hours after the arrest, detectives learned that the suspect was inside the Safeway store prior to being arrested and that he likely committed another lewd act of throwing semen on an unsuspecting female customer. That victim has not been identified at this point in the investigation. On May 19, 2017, detectives released information to the public regarding several similar acts, as well as surveillance images from an April 5, 2017 incident. After the release of this information, a woman contacted detectives to report that she had been a ...
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Friday May 26, 2017 - Times viewed: 8977
PORTLAND, Oregon - 35-year-old Thomas Walter Oliver was indicted May 25 by a Grand Jury on 55 charges related to sex crime investigations. Oliver is in the Multnomah County Jail and will be arraigned on Friday. His bail is set at $5,395,000. Detectives also served several search warrants. The indictment comes as a result of an investigation into reports of criminal sexual behavior to six different victims. The victims include sex trafficking victims, domestic relationships, and friends of the suspect. The victims are all female and include both adults and juveniles. Based on the investigation, detectives believe that there may be additional victims. Due to the sensitive nature of this investigation, the Bureau is not releasing any additional details. Anyone with information is asked to contact Detective Nathan Sheppard at 503-209-0943, nathan.sheppard@portlandoregon.gov. The Portland Police Bureau collaborates with government agencies and community organizations that provide access to advocacy services to victims of sexual assaults. A victim may be accompanied by a sexual assault advocate or other appropriate support person during the reporting process a ...
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Friday May 26, 2017 - Times viewed: 8917
LAKE OSWEGO, Oregon - The Lake Oswego Police Department will be conducting operations to ensure local businesses licensed to sell alcohol are abiding by laws prohibiting the sale of alcoholic beverages to minors. Between June 15 and July 16, underage decoys will be sent to businesses within Lake Oswego and will attempt to purchase alcohol. The City has conducted similar operations in the past and ...

Thursday May 25, 2017 - Times viewed: 9112
With beautiful coastline, windswept sand dunes, and a love of outdoor recreation, Oregon has long been a surprising hotbed for destination golf resorts boasting standout courses. Today the most famous is golf-centric Bandon Dunes, developer Mike Keiser’s monument to great course design, which deservedly draws golfing purists like moths to a flame. But long before Bandon, there were serval other major golf resorts here, all of which have far more well-rounded non-golf offerings. John Gray was the developer who put Oregon golf on the map, building three vacation-worthy resorts here, Sunriver, Skamania and more than 50 years ago, his very first, Salishan Spa and Golf Resort. Located two hours from Portland on the central Oregon coast, Salishan was where it all started, and after a few changes in ownership, it has been under new management for the last year and half and is experiencing a major rebirth that golfing - and non-golfing travelers - might want to keep on their radar. Especially if they love food. The resort recently completed a multi-million-dollar renovation, and last fall the new management company, Crescent Hotels & Resorts, hired GM Steven Hurst from what is arguab ...
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Thursday May 25, 2017 - Times viewed: 9029
PORTLAND, Oregon - On Thursday at about 4 AM, Portland police discovered a man slumped at the wheel of a stolen car parked in the 5800 block of Southeast Foster Road. Police say they boxed the driver in but the driver woke and began ramming the police cars and sped away. Within a few minutes, a resident in the area of Southeast 66th Avenue and Raymond Street called 9-1-1 to report that the stolen car had been abandoned in the street. As police searched, the suspect ran through neighboring yards, climbed fences, over roofs, then hid on a roof in the 5700 block of Southeast Boise Street. As police and a K-9 closed in on him, police used a ladder provided by Portland Fire & Rescue to arrest the suspect. 25-year-old Andrew Jackson Scott, was taken to the Multnomah County Jail on charges of Unlawful Use of Vehicle, Unlawful Entry into a Motor Vehicle, Failure to Perform the Duties of a Driver (Hit and Run -- three counts), Attempt to Elude by Vehicle, Reckless Driving, Recklessly Endangering Another Person, and Criminal Mischief in the First Degree. Scott is also being held on an outstanding warrant for Burglary in the Second Degree. ...
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Thursday May 25, 2017 - Times viewed: 9022
Portland, OR -- Monday, May 29, 2017, would have marked President John F. Kennedy's 100th birthday. In honor of this milestone, and in celebration of the Oregon Historical Society's current exhibition High Hopes: The Journey of John F. Kennedy, OHS is offering free admission Memorial Day weekend, Saturday, May 27 through Monday, May 29. "As we approach the centennial of John F. Kennedy's birth, we thought it would be a fitting tribute to open our doors for free this weekend in order to share Kennedy's compelling story with all Oregonians," said OHS Executive Director Kerry Tymchuk. One hundred years after his birth, John Fitzgerald Kennedy remains a subject of endless fascination for millions of Americans. During his 1,037 day presidency, Kennedy boasted an average approval rating of 70.1 percent, and his popularity has endured over the past half century, with public surveys revealing that Americans regard him as one of our country's greatest presidents. This original exhibition explores Kennedy's early life, his road to the presidency, and the changes he effected during his time in office. With the high hopes of the country behind him, Kennedy made a commitment to chan ...
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Wednesday May 24, 2017 - Times viewed: 9878
PORTLAND, Oregon - It had to happen eventually. Now a person has legally become a NO GENDER human. Not a male. Not a female. Jamie Shupe has been given court approval to legally remove the male or female designation. In writing this story, I found it difficult to refer to ah, her, he, it. This creates a new set of concerns as well as the new designation. The word "it" will certainly not work. “I have my life back,” Shupe said. “I’m not a male. I’m not a female. I am the first official genderless person in the United States. Shupe seems to be the first person in the United States who has successfully petitioned for a non-binary gender classification, according to Hayley Gorenberg, deputy legal director for Lambda Legal, a New York-based gay rights organization. “Classic gender markers don’t fit everybody,” Gorenberg said, calling the petition significant for helping people “exist without labels that don’t accurately describe them”. At a recent support group meeting in Portland, where Shupe lives, a young woman tearfully thanked Shupe for broadening the conversation about gender classifications. Shupe, a former army sergeant assigned male at birth and listed as fema ...
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Wednesday May 24, 2017 - Times viewed: 14470
HAZEL DELL, Oregon - A 911 call reported that a man and woman fighting and with a weapon in the parking lot of the Forest Creek Apartments located at 7316 NE 16th Avenue in Hazel Dell. When Clark County deputies arrived, both the man and woman had left in a silver sedan. Deputies stopped the car in a nearby parking lot. Deputies later discovered the couple are married but separated. As deputies attempted to have the two exit the vehicle, a shotgun blast was fired from inside the car. It is believed at this point that the blast was accidental and unintentional. No one was injured from the shotgun blast. The male was taken to an area hospital with minor injuries not related to the shotgun blast. The female remains in custody. ...
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Wednesday May 24, 2017 - Times viewed: 8827
PORTLAND, Oregon - Update: Gordon Baird had been found and he is no longer a missing person. PREVIOUSLY: The Portland Police Bureau's Missing Persons Unit is asking for the public's help to locate 75-year-old Gordon "Hurley" Baird, missing since Tuesday May 23, 2017. Baird is described as a white male, 5'11" tall, 165 pounds, and balding with white hair. Baird was driving a red 2007 Mazda pick-up with Oregon license plates 9-2-2-C-X-J. Baird left his Southeast Portland home and has not returned. Family describes him as being in the early stages of dementia but generally healthy. Baird should know his name and can ask for help. Anyone seeing Baird or the vehicle should call 9-1-1 so officers can check his welfare. Anyone with non-emergency information is asked to contact Detective Lori Fonken at 503-823-1081, lori.fonken@portlandoregon.gov. ...
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Tuesday May 23, 2017 - Times viewed: 9060
A normal bedtime routine turned into a trip to the emergency room for an Oregon couple and their 3-year-old after she experienced partial paralysis because of a tick bite. Amanda Lewis of La Grande described the scare on Facebook, saying her daughter, Evelyn, became fussy after a bath on May 12 and couldn’t stand. Amanda Lewis and her husband, Lantz, posted a video of their daughter still struggling to stand the next morning; the couple asked family members who are nurses for help figuring what was wrong. The video has since been watched more than 17 million times. “Evelyn started acting a little weird last night around bedtime. She didn’t want to stand up after her bath to get into her pajamas. I helped her and got her in bed. She was a little fussy last night and I ended up sleeping in bed with her all night,” Amanda Lewis posted. The girl’s symptoms began to get worse, and since Lantz has a history with cancer, they rushed Evelyn to the ER. Lantz Lewis told CNN, “I was in the Navy, and they found a rare brain tumor typically found in children. I couldn’t run straight, and I felt dizzy, so our minds starting going to that.” At the hospital, the doctor told the c ...
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Tuesday May 23, 2017 - Times viewed: 9091
On Monday at approximately 8:15pm, Patrol deputies responded to a report of a boat sinking in the Columbia River, near the Glen Jackson Bridge. Deputies arrived a short time later and found one adult male and one adult female in the water near the North end of the bridge. Deputies recovered both people from the water, and immediately began CPR on the female boater. Crews from Port of Portland Fire Department arrived quickly and assisted deputies in their life saving efforts. The female victim was transported to Southwest Washington Medical Center via ambulance where she later died as a result of her injuries. The male boater was taken to a Vancouver area hospital for treatment of non-life threatening injuries, and is being interviewed by investigators. Neither of the boaters were wearing life vests at the time of the crash. Members of the East County Vehicular Crash Team are on scene assisting in the investigation of this crash. Preliminary information indicates the boat was traveling at a high rate of speed when it struck one of the pylons to the Glen Jackson Bridge. The boat immediately sank, and has not been recovered. The exact cause of the crash is stil ...
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Tuesday May 23, 2017 - Times viewed: 9090
PORTLAND, Oregon - On Wednesday, Mayor Wheeler and Portland City Council will proclaim May 30th to be Vanport Day of Remembrance. Vanport, once the second largest city in Oregon, was destroyed by flood waters in 1948. The event is open to the public and will be attended by several former residents of Vanport. The reading of the proclamation by the Mayor will kick off a full schedule of events throughout the 2nd annual Vanport Mosaic Festival, May 26-29 in Portland. The four-day festival will explore the history and legacy of the city built in 1942 to house workers and their families during WWII. Vanport brought together a mix of races from across the country to work in Portland's shipyards and railroads. On May 30, 1948, the city was destroyed by flood waters, leaving thousands displaced and struggling to find housing. The proclamation will be shared twice again during the Vanport Mosaic Festival, both times at the opening of the screening of Lost City, Living Memories: Vanport oral histories: --May 27 at 6.30pm, by Senator Jackie Winters, a flood survivor, at the Vancouver Avenue First Baptist Church of Portland --May 29 at 6pm, by Shalanda Sims, director of Va ...
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Monday May 22, 2017 - Times viewed: 9128
GRESHAM, Oregon – A suspect has shot and critically injured a 29-year-old mother and her 9-year-old son in an early-morning shooting at a Gresham apartment. Police believe the shooting was targeted. The shooting occurred in the 1300 block of Northeast 183rd around 4:30 a.m. Police found the boy and his mother critically injured. They were taken to a hospital. Gresham Police spokesperson Detective Adam Baker says it’s unclear how many shooters broke into the apartment or how many shots were fired. Jalaunda Beamon, the woman’s mother and the boy’s grandmother, told KOIN 6 News a one-year-old baby in the house was unharmed. “I really don’t know why, I don’t know why somebody can do something so cruel, to shoot a kid, and I just thank god my granddaughter got out of the house in time,” Beamon said. The boy’s other grandmother, Lynette Bryant, also spoke to KOIN 6 News. “Who wants to assassinate a 9-year-old kid, who has a bright future. That’s heartbreaking. He’s a beautiful kid, he’s an honor roll student,” she says. Witnesses heard 3 gunshots, but did not see anything. Gresham Police Detective Adam Baker said the woman was shot several times. “From my understa ...
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Monday May 22, 2017 - Times viewed: 8831
FOREST GROVE, Oregon - At 12:50 pm Sunday, a woman jogging on a paved path near Hwy 47 and Maple Street in Forest Grove was grabbed from behind by an unknown man. The man then turned and ran away. The woman gave chase until the man entered a back yard in the 1500 block of Maple Place. Police searched the area but were unable to locate the suspect. The man is described as a white male, 5'5", approximately 18-20 years old with light brown hair described as cut in a "bowl cut". He was wearing a white or gray tank top or muscle shirt and dark colored shorts. The man reportedly was wearing a belt with a red coloring on it. The case is still under investigation and police will also be stepping up patrols in the area. Anyone with information is asked to call the Forest Grove Police Department at 503.992.3260. ...
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Monday May 22, 2017 - Times viewed: 14484
CORVALLIS, Oregon - This morning, just before 6 AM, a 911 caller reported a stabbing at a residence. Upon arriving, the officers learned a male suspect had entered a residence and stabbed multiple victims before fleeing the residence on foot. Officers located the suspect near the Benton County Senior Center where they were able to take him into custody. The suspect's identity is not known to inves ...


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