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03/24/2006 Portland Detectives Seek Information on 25-Year-Old Man  

Detectives from the Portland Police Bureau Homicide Detail are seeking the public’s assistance in providing information on the activities of 25-year-old Matthew Dean Cantrell prior to his disappearance on February 11, 2006.*-..
News Releases Portland Detectives Seek Information On 25-Year-Old Male
03/22/2006 East Precinct Crime Reduction Unit Seize Drugs and Guns

On Tuesday, March 21, 2006, at 3:32 p.m., officers from the East Precinct Crime Reduction Unit conducted a traffic stop on a 2001 black Dodge Stratus with Arizona plates in the 3400 block of Southeast 118th Avenue.*-..
News Releases East Precinct Crime Reduction Unit Seize Drugs and Guns
03/21/2006 Homicide Detectives Investigate Death In Northeast Portland

On March 20, 2006, at 3:10 p.m., 46-year-old Timothy William Grant died while receiving medical treatment after he was taken into custody by Portland Police Officers.*-..
News Releases Homicide Detectives Investigate Death
03/17/2006 Portland Police Traffic Division Participates in DUII Patrol

On March 17, 2006, at 5:00 p.m., the Portland Police Bureau’s Traffic Division and East Precinct will participate in a joint DUII Saturation Patrol in cooperation with Oregon State Police, Washington State Police and the Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office.*-..
News Releases PPB Traffic Division Participates In DUII Patrol
03/16/2006 Portland Police Hire 8 Officers and Promote 8 Bureau Memb

On Friday, March 17, 2006, at 9:30 a.m., the Portland Police Bureau will swear in 8 Police Officers, and promote 5 Officers to Detectives, 1 Officer to Criminalist and 2 nonsworn employees.*-..
News Releases Portland Police Hire 8 Officers and Promote 8
03/16/2006 Detectives Investigate Deaths in Northeast Portland

On March 16, 2006, at 6:30 a.m., East Precinct officers discovered the bodies of 31-year-old Somkhith Soulinho, 24-year-old Soupaphane Homsombath, an eight-year-old boy and a six-year-old girl while conducting a “welfare check” at an apartment in the 3600 block of Northeast 162nd Avenue.*-..
News Releases Detectives Investigate Deaths
03/16/2006 14-Year-Old Arrested In Shooting of 13-Year-Old in NE Port.

On March 15, 2006, at 10:00 p.m., Northeast Precinct officers in cooperation with Portland Detectives, arrested a 14-year-old male at his home in the 400 block of Northeast Webster Street.*-..
News Releases 14-Year-old Arrested in Shooting
03/15/2006 Detectives Seek Help Finding Medically Endangered Person  

The Portland Police Bureau’s Missing Persons Unit is seeking the public’s help in locating 44-year-old Chantrea Khim, who was last seen on January 3rd, 2006, when he left his home, in the 3900 block of Southeast 33rd Avenue, to go socialize at a nearby tavern.*-..
News Releases Missing Medically Endangered Person
03/15/2006 Detectives Seek Help Finding Medically Endangered Person

The Portland Police Bureau’s Missing Persons Unit is seeking the public’s help in locating 44-year-old Chantrea Khim, who was last seen on January 3rd, 2006, when he left his home, in the 3900 block of Southeast 33rd Avenue, to go socialize at a nearby tavern.*-..
News Releases Missing Medically Endangered Person
03/15/2006 Detectives Seek Help Finding Medically Endangered Person  

The Portland Police Bureau’s Missing Persons Unit is seeking the public’s help in locating 44-year-old Chantrea Khim, who was last seen on January 3rd, 2006, when he left his home, in the 3900 block of Southeast 33rd Avenue, to go socialize at a nearby tavern.*-..
News Releases Missing Medically Endangered Person
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