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08/29/2007 Officers Discover Homicide Victim In Southwest Portland

OFFICERS DISCOVER HOMICIDE VICTIM IN SOUTHWEST PORTLAND APARTMENT On Tuesday, August 28, 2007, at approximately 2:30 pm, Central Precinct officers found the body of 18-year-old Emily Egan while conducting a welfare check at an apartment in the 1200 block of Southwest 11th Avenue.*-..
News Releases Homicide Investigation
08/27/2007 Kids Shop With A Cop for Back to School Clothes

KIDS TO “SHOP WITH A COP” FOR BACK TO SCHOOL CLOTHES (JOHNSON CREEK FRED MEYER, 8955 SE 82nd) On Wednesday, August 29, 2007, from 7:00 a.m. to 10 a.m., Portland Police Bureau officers will donate their time to take children shopping for back-to-school clothes at the Johnson Creek Fred Meyer, located at 8955 SE 82nd Avenue.*-..
News Releases Shop With A Cop
08/27/2007 Police Bureau Hosts Real Estate Fraud Town Hall

POLICE BUREAU HOSTS TOWN HALL MEETING TO HELP EDUCATE CITIZENS ABOUT REAL ESTATE AND MORTGAGE FRAUD On Wednesday, September 5, 2007, from 6:30 pm-8:30 pm, at the Portland Police Bureau’s East Precinct located at 737 SE 106th Avenue, Richard Hagar, national expert on real estate and mortgage fraud will host a town meeting designed to help educate the public on how to identify and avoid fraudulent real estate transactions.*-..
News Releases Town Hall Meeting
08/27/2007 Crime stoppers week of 8/27/2007  

On Friday, July 27, 2007, at about 3:26 am, a female living in the 12600 block of Southeast Taggart Street woke up to find a male attempting to unbutton her pants.*-..
Crime Stoppers Assault Suspect
08/23/2007 Police and Community Create Safe Environment at Concert

POLICE AND COMMUNITY MEMBERS WORK TOGETHER TO CREATE SAFE ENVIRONMENT AT CONCERT On Friday, August 24, 2007, at 8:00 pm, a concert titled, "Parkin' Lot Pimpin' Tour" is scheduled to take place at Mardi Gras located in the 14600 block of Southeast Stark Street.*-..
News Releases Enhanced Patrols
08/22/2007 CRIME STOPPERS CASE # 07-28 HOMICIDE SUSPECT  

SUBJECT: CRIME STOPPERS FOR THE WEEK OF AUGUST 20, 2007 CRIME STOPPERS CASE # 07-28 HOMICIDE SUSPECT Oregon State Police and Marion County District Attorney's Office is asking for the public's assistance in locating a Woodburn man wanted on homicide charges related to a June 16, 2007, fatal motor vehicle crash on Highway 99E near Gervais.*-..
Crime Stoppers Homicide Investigation
08/21/2007 Officer Shoots at Suspect in Domestic Violence Call

OFFICER SHOOTS AT SUSPECT IN DOMESTIC VIOLENCE CALL On Monday, August 20, 2007, at 6:30 am, an East Precinct officer shot at 26-year-old Lesley Paul Scott Stewart after responding to a report of domestic violence with possible shots fired in the 12500 block of Southeast Stark Street.*-..
News Releases Officer Involved Shooting
08/17/2007 Attempt to Identify Suspect in Attempted Assault  

On Friday, July 27, 2007, at about 3:26 am, a female living in the 12600 block of Southeast Taggart Street woke up to find a male attempting to unbutton her pants.*-..
News Releases Sexual Assault Investigation
08/17/2007 Additional Infrormation On Sexual Assault Investigation

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION REGARDING OREGONIAN’S SEXUAL ASSAULT NOTIFICATION STORY On Friday, August 17, 2007, the Oregonian ran a front page story relating to the Police Bureau’s investigation of a recent sexual assault.*-..
News Releases Sexual Assault Investigations
08/13/2007 Suspect Identified in Homicide Investigation  

On Sunday, August 12, 2007, at 3:39 a.m., Southeast Precinct Officers responded to a disturbance call in the 5300 block of Southeast Rhone Street.*-..
News Releases News Release/Crime Stoppers
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