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Sunday Sep 9 | via Portland Tribune
The names and conditions of the victims were not immediately released. They include a man reported shot at a Budget Inn in Northeast Portland. Comment?
Sunday Sep 9 | via OregonLive.com
Officers responded to the Budget Inn at Northeast Sandy Boulevard and 114th Avenue shortly after 6 a.m. By the time police arrived, the shooting victim was gone. The shooting is under investigation. Comment?
Saturday Sep 8 | via Portland Tribune
The protesters arrested during a month-long demonstration against a federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement facility in southwest Portland are pledging to take their cases to trial. At least 15 adults and one minor associated with the #OccupyICE movement entered a plea of "not guilty" during preliminary proceedings in federal court on Friday, Sept. Comment?
Thursday Sep 6 | via Eater
The wife of Oregon Culinary Institute instructor Daniel Brophy was arrested yesterday for his murder, according to a statement from Portland Police Bureau. On June 2 , Portland Police responded to a report of a shooting inside the Goose Hollow culinary school, where they found the 63-year-old chef instructor shot. Comment?
Thursday Sep 6 | via OregonLive.com
The recent testing of an old sexual assault kit from a crime reported the day it occurred in Portland has led to the arrest of a suspect 11 years later. Ricky Alexander Harrison, 38, has been indicted on charges of first-degree sodomy, third-degree sodomy and two counts of second-degree sexual abuse in the alleged Feb. 3, 2007 assault of a 15-year-old girl. Comment?
Thursday Sep 6 | via Portland Tribune
Nancy Lee Crampton-Brophy was arrested in Washington County on Wednesday, Sept. 5 for the shooting death of her husband, Daniel Brophy, in downtown Portland several months ago. Comment?
Wednesday Sep 5 | via Willamette Week
Portland composer John Niekrasz was living in Paris in 2015, when a mass shooting broke out in the offices of the French satire weekly Charlie Hebdo. Since he lived just a few blocks away, Niekrasz's neighborhood swarmed with emergency responders and news teams. Comment?
Tuesday Sep 4 | via OregonLive.com
A Portland man was sentenced Tuesday to seven years in federal prison for possession with intent to distribute methamphetamine and possessing a gun in furtherance of drug-trafficking. While on surveillance in a drug investigation, they watched a green 1997 BMW parked at a home near Northeast 145th Avenue and Brazee Court, and suspected the car was connected to Fleet, a drug dealer who had an outstanding arrest warrant. Comment?
Tuesday Sep 4 | via Radio World
Today's provocative "Hot Talk" radio commentators are not a new phenomenon. The first decade of broadcasting witnessed the rise of many equally strident and controversial personalities who tested the limits of the government's tolerance and the public's good taste. Comment?
Sunday Sep 2 | via The Columbian
A Portland police officer is on paid administrative leave amid an internal review of a chokehold he used on an armed man Friday during an arrest, according to the police bureau. Officer Larry Wingfield placed 31-year-old Johnathan A. Harris in a carotid neck hold after he wouldn't follow officers' orders and resisted being arrested on an outstanding Clackamas County warrant for theft, Portland police said. Comment?
Sunday Sep 2 | via Portland Tribune
More than a month after the protest ended at the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement facility in Portland, the debate continues over Mayor Ted Wheeler's handling of the event. The union representing ICE employees has accused Wheeler of creating a zone of "lawlessness" around the Southwest Portland facility by focusing only on immediate threats of violence. Comment?
Sunday Sep 2 | via OregonLive.com
A veteran Portland police officer is on paid administrative leave amid an internal review of a chokehold he used on an armed man Friday during an arrest, according to the police bureau. Officer Larry Wingfield placed 31-year-old Johnathan A. Harris in a carotid neck hold after he wouldn't follow officers' orders and resisted being arrested on an outstanding Clackamas County warrant for theft, Portland police said. Comment?
Friday Aug 31 | via OregonLive.com
David Allen Butler, dubbed the "Band-Aid bandit'' because he covered his nose with the bandages in an attempt to conceal his identity when he held up a Portland bank a year ago, was sentenced Friday to three years and one month in federal prison. Butler entered the Bank of the West branch in Southeast Portland on Sept. Comment?
Tuesday Aug 28 | via The Pordland Mercury
Good morning, Portland! It looks like that lovely fall weather is gone for now. Today we'll have a high of 88 degrees, though it'll cool off towards the 70s through the week. Comment?
Saturday Aug 25 | via The Oregonian
Washington County deputies say a man is suspected of crashing this vehicle in rural Northwest Portland on August 25 before fleeing the scene with a gun. ( A crash that occurred after a chance sighting set off a police search for a suspected car thief Saturday night in Northwest Portland. Comment?
Friday Aug 24 | via OregonLive.com
A 27-year-old man was sentenced Friday to life in prison with a 25-year minimum for killing a Northeast Portland marijuana grower and dealer on his front porch six years ago. A jury in 2014 found Marcellus Ramon Allen guilty of the 2012 murder of Kenny Ray Henry Jr., but the Oregon Court of Appeals overturned the conviction. Comment?
Thursday Aug 23 | via The Oregonian
Tschaggeny, 52, briefly appeared Thursday before Multnomah County Circuit Judge Michael Greenlick on allegations that he violated the conditions of his probation. Greenlick postponed the hearing for 2 1 2 weeks, so details of the case against Tschaggeny weren't aired in open court. Comment?
Wednesday Aug 22 | via Real Change
The Oregonian reported in late June that 52 percent of all arrests last year in the Portland area were made against people on the streets, and 86 percent of those were for non-violent violations. Many of those arrests were for low-level violations, often aggravated by homelessness. Comment?
Sunday Aug 19 | via WVEC-TV Norfolk
Hundreds of protestors and counter-protestors gathered at the Texas State Capitol on Saturday regarding the National March Against Far-Left Violence . The groups at the event included the Democratic Socialists America, Antifa and Texans United for America, according to KVUE media partner, The Austin American-Statesman . Comment?
Wednesday Aug 15 | via The Times-Tribune
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