Night Terrors in the Northeast
Officers pull woman from bedroom window after she was shot multiple times in NE Portland
A woman was shot multiple times early Tuesday morning in Northeast Portland, police said.
The woman called 911 at 3:16 a.m. and told dispatch she woke up to gun fire coming into her bedroom at her home in the 5200 block of Northeast 91st Avenue. She said she’d been shot five times and was in her bed but couldn’t move. She also told dispatch that she had two pit bulls in the house.
Because of the dogs and because they had little time to act, the officers went into the victim’s bedroom through her window and removed her from the room so she could receive medical treatment. She was taken to the hospital. Police said they don’t know her medical status.
Portland police spokesperson Derek Carmon said already throughout January there had been about 100 shootings, including more than 27 non-fatal injuries and six gun-related homicides.
Drone on. Hillsboro police used a drone to capture a suspect hiding on a roof.
PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — A woman who was grabbed from behind when she got into the driver’s seat of her own car managed to escape, and her alleged assailant was quickly found and arrested by Tigard police.
Shortly after 7 p.m. Thursday, authorities said, the woman unlocked her car in a business complex in the 15300 block of SW Sequoia Parkway.
Once she got in a man, hiding inside her car, grabbed her from behind and covered her nose and mouth with his hand, police said. She got the door open but the man grabbed both her arms but she was able to break free and ran off.
She flagged down a passing driver and told what happened, and that driver called 911.
Officers rushed to the scene and spotted a man fitting the description and arrested him. The man, later identified as Achitoi Hallucky, had also allegedly stolen the woman’s cell phone.
The 25-year-old is now facing charges of kidnapping, robbery and strangulation.
Faintly black man shot by police; antifa requested to stand down by NAACP
A man is on life support after being shot by police in Clark County Washington. His photo didn’t clearly enough reveal his sacred black blood quotient, and the local community here was likely squinting at the computer screen to determine just how outraged they are.
Police haven’t revealed the circumstances of the shooting yet.
PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — The family of a man shot by a Clark County Sheriff’s deputy told KOIN 6 he remains on life support as of Saturday afternoon.
On Thursday night, four Clark County deputies were conducting a traffic stop at about 7:40 p.m. near NE 68th Street and NE 2nd Avenue in Hazel Dell. During the stop, one deputy shot a man later identified as 30-year-old Jenoah Donald.
Details surrounding what sparked the subsequent shooting have not yet been released. Authorities said the “involved deputies” were placed on critical incident leave per standard protocol. In addition, the investigation into the incident will be handled by the Regional Independent Investigation Team.
Maybe the NAACP gave him the paper bag test and determined he was not in fact “colored”; they’ve asked antifa to stand down.
The NAACP Vancouver Branch has released a statement asking there be no demonstration held protesting the incident.
“To our white allies: We are grateful for these brave Americans leveraging power and privilege for the continued cause of Black freedom and equity,” the group said in a release. “However, the theme of Black History month this year is the Black Family. We ask you to listen to the needs and wants of the family of this Black man.”
The group had falsely stated Donald had died Friday morning shortly after noon Saturday. At 1:45 p.m., the NAACP issued a corrected statement saying Donald remains on life support.
“Any public demonstrations done at this time would be in direct violation of this family’s wishes,” the statement further read. “The best and only way to support at this time is to pray and you can contribute to the family’s Gofundme.”
The Individual Investigation Team model is a product of Barack Obama’s Task Force on 21 Century Policing, launched in the wake of the Ferguson riots of 2015 as part of the first BLM putsch.
PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — A man was hospitalized with serious injuries Saturday night following a shooting and crash in Portland’s Centennial neighborhood.
The Portland Police Bureau was dispatched to the area of 170th Avenue and SE Haig Street just before 10 p.m on reports of shots fired. Responding officers discovered a car had crashed into a vacant travel trailer. Medical personnel determined the driver had been shot before crashing the vehicle.
The victim was taken by ambulance to a nearby hospital where he remains in critical condition, police said.
This is the second time in recent memory someone was shot in their vehicle before crashing in Portland’s east. This was in the raucous Centennial neighborhood. Clownworld Fantasy league players take note. Look out Hazelwood!