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04/16/2015 Acting Public Information Officer (PIO) Until Friday April 17

News Releases FLASHNEWS83605
04/16/2015 UPDATE - Residential Burglary Suspect Arrested in Southeast Portland's Powellhurst-Gilbert Neighborhood

The suspect in this case, 23-year-old, Ryan J. Kracke has been booked at the Multnomah County Jail.*-..
News Releases FLASHNEWS83581
04/16/2015 UPDATE: Major Crash Team Responding to Investigate a Single Vehicle Fatal Crash on Airport Way (Photo)

The driver in this incident has been identified as 22-year-old Brady Jackson of Gresham, Oregon.

The accident remains under investigation.


Northeast Airport Way has been reopened to all traffic.*-..
News Releases FLASHNEWS83540
04/16/2015 Suspect Armed with Gun and Pepper Spray Robs Argay Neighborhood Tavern

News Releases FLASHNEWS83579
04/15/2015 UPDATE: Central Precinct Officers Talking with Woman Threatening to Jump from SW Portland Bridge

Officers were able to talk the 36-year-old woman out of jumping off the bridge and she has been taken into protective custody and will taken to a Portland hospital for a mental health evaluation.

Barbur Boulevard will be reopened to all traffic.



On Wednesday April 15, 2015, at 6:24 p.m., Central Precinct officers responded to Southwest Barbur Boulevard and Parkhill Drive on the report of the report of a woman standing on a bridge overpass railing.

Officers arrived in the area and made contact with the woman and have been talking with her for approximately an hour.*-..
News Releases FLASHNEWS83577
04/15/2015 Double Homicide Suspect Colby Robinson Killed in Officer-Involved Shooting in Texas (Photo)

In the late evening hours of Tuesday April 14, Portland Police Bureau Homicide detectives learned that 26-year-old Colby James Robinson, the suspect in the shooting on Friday evening that killed two people and critically injured a third, was shot and killed by Desoto (TX) Police in Dallas, Texas.

According to the Dallas Police Department, on Tuesday April 14, at approximately 9:29 p.m. (Dallas time), Desoto Police Department officers were involved in a vehicle pursuit involving Colby Robinson.

Desoto officers followed Robinson to Camp Wisdom and I-35 in Dallas, where he fled on foot to the 7000 block of Altaire Avenue.*-..
News Releases FLASHNEWS83547
04/14/2015 Suspect Wanted for Aggravated Murder in Portland Double Homicide (Photo)

Portland Police Bureau Homicide Detectives have identified 26-year-old Colby Robinson as the suspect in the shooting on Friday evening that killed two people and critically injured a third.

An arrest warrant for two counts of Aggravated Murder has been issued for Robinson's arrest.*-..
News Releases FLASHNEWS83537
04/14/2015 Crime Stoppers Featured Case #15-16 Woodlawn Neighborhood Homicide (Photo)

The Portland Police Bureau, in cooperation with Crime Stoppers of Oregon, is asking for the public's help to solve a homicide that occurred in the Woodlawn Neighborhood of Northeast Portland.

On Tuesday April 14, 2015, at 12:18 a.m., North Precinct officers responded to multiple reports of gunshots heard in the area of Northeast Dekum Street and Claremont Avenue.*-..
News Releases FLASHNEWS83535
04/14/2015 Family Statement After Two Killed, One Critically Wounded in Montavilla Neighborhood Shooting (Photo)

The family of shooting victims Andrew Pham, Susie Pham (Sut-Leng Chang), and Gary Pham (Dat Pham) have offered the following statement regarding the shooting deaths of Susie and Gary, and the critical injuries suffered by Andrew:

"We would like to thank everyone for their sympathy and prayers.*-..
News Releases FLASHNEWS83526
04/14/2015 CORRECTION: Crime Stoppers Featured Case #15-15 Double Homicide (Photo)

The infant that was not injured in the shooting is 13 weeks old, not 13 months as previously released.

The Bureau regrets the error.



The Portland Police Bureau, in cooperation with Crime Stoppers of Oregon, is asking for the public's help to solve a double homicide that occurred in Southeast Portland's Montavilla Neighborhood.*-..
News Releases FLASHNEWS83474
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