Jan 11 2020
Some people bring flowers and such to vigils for the deceased, others bring lead:
PORTLAND, Ore. – Two people were shot in northeast Portland on Sunday night while attending a vigil for someone who had recently passed away.
The people, a woman and a man, were both taken to local hospitals and are expected to survive.
The shooting took place shortly after 7 p.m. during a vigil in the 4500 block of Northeast 125th Place.
Arriving officers said they found more than 20 bullet casings at the scene, and found two apartments and a vehicle had also been hit by the gunfire.
Police have not made any arrests in the case.
Jan 10: A 65-year-old North Portland woman suffered a bullet wound to the foot when a suspected car thief fired into her house in the pre-dawn hours of Sunday morning.
Police said the encounter unfolded when two residents who lived near the woman confronted two people who appeared to be trying to steal the residents’ car parked outside their home near the 9300 block of North Wall Avenue, about one block from Northgate Park in the Portsmouth neighborhood.
Shootings are up 226 percent in Portland, so far, post-Floyd:
in 2020, Portland saw 890 shootings, compared to 393 in 2019. PPB dashboard shows shootings up all around and highest in the “community”
Jan 9 2020
PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — A shooting in North Portland has put one victim in the hospital with serious injuries, Portland Police Bureau said Saturday.
At 3:06 p.m. Saturday, North Precinct officers responded to a report of a person shot at North Interstate Avenue and North Going Street, police said. Officers arrived and found a victim with a gunshot wound. Paramedics treated the man and transported him to a hospital for further treatment.
No suspect information is available at this time
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — A federal judge on Friday ordered the pretrial release of a man accused of eco-terrorism as soon as he tests negative for COVID-19.
The Oregonian/OregonLive reports U.S. District Judge Ann Aiken said it has become untenable for Joseph M. Dibee to review discovery and help counsel prepare for trial. Dibee learned he was infected with the coronavirus after he was tested Dec. 21 in Inverness Jail.
Dibee previously turned himself in after having his pre-trial release revoked by a judge, citing the fact he fled to Cuba 12 years ago.
Dibee, 52, was arrested in Cuba in August 2018 on a 12-year-old federal warrant. He was indicted in 2006 in Oregon on charges of arson, conspiracy to commit arson and destruction of an energy facility. Dibee is accused of helping to destroy the Cavel West Inc. meatpacking plant in Redmond on July 1, 1997, and destroying a Bonneville Power Administration tower near Bend on Dec. 30, 1999, though his attorney said Dibee didn’t play a role in the tower vandalism and called that charge “bogus.”
Turncoat girlfriend and the date from Hell:
PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — Home surveillance video and a witness statement from a woman later arrested helped Washington County deputies find a man wanted for stabbing one person in the early hours of Thursday in Beaverton.
The victim was stabbed several times in the upper body and face around 1:25 a.m. in the 100 block of SW 138th Avenue, authorities said. He told investigators he had just gotten home and met his friend, Katherine Garrido, outside.
As he unlocked his front door, a man rushed up and demanded his wallet. But when the victim said he didn’t have a wallet, the suspect stabbed him and then ran off.
Garrido, 25, told deputies she saw what happened and then left.
About 2 hours later, deputies spotted a Hyundai violating traffic rules and stopped the car on Highway 26 near Cedar Hills Boulevard. Deputies recognized the driver as the stabbing suspect they saw on the victim’s home surveillance.
Stephen Jajeh, 25, was driving Garrido’s Hyundai — and she was in the passenger seat. Deputies said they found a knife with blood on it in the trunk.
Both were arrested. Jajeh and Garrido each face robbery, assault and unlawful use of a weapon charges. Garrido also faces a charge of criminal conspiracy.
The victim was treated at a hospital for his wounds and was released.
PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — The attempted murder suspect who escaped from Portland Police Bureau’s Central Precinct Saturday night has been captured and taken into custody.
Early Friday morning, 24-year-old escapee David Dahlen was spotted by the United States Marshal’s Fugitive Task Force inside a car at Lents Park on Southeast 92nd Avenue. The U.S. Marshals notified the Portland Police Bureau and authorities immediately sprung into action.
Shortly before 9 a.m., authorities attempted to block the vehicle Dahlen was in. Despite their efforts, the driver of the vehicle — who was not Dahlen — was able to maneuver out of their reach. The car fled from the area, going east on Southeast Holgate Boulevard. PPB officers then set up spike strips down the road, which successfully punctured the vehicle’s tires.