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08/03/2007 Police and Community Work to Create Safe Environment

POLICE AND COMMUNITY WORK TOGETHER TO CREATE A SAFE ENVIRONMENT FOR CAR SHOW In an effort to create a safe positive event for all participants and adjoining neighborhoods, the Portland Police Bureau is working in collaboration with planners and sponsors of this year’s Annual Low Rider Show, which will be held at the Portland Exposition Center on August 5, 2007.*-..
News Releases Community Event
07/26/2007 Three-year old child taken by mentally unstable father  

On July 26, 2007, at 12:45 a.m., Northeast Precinct officers were flagged down in the 6800 block of Northeast Killingsworth Street by the mother of a missing 3-year-old boy.*-..
News Releases News Release
07/12/2007 Search Continues for Missing Southeast Portland Resident

SEARCH CONTINUES FOR MISSING SOUTHEAST PORTLAND RESIDENT On Sunday, July 8, 2007, a Southeast Precinct officer took a missing report on 65-year-old Courtland “Court” Mumford.*-..
News Releases Missing Person Investigation
07/09/2007 Free Lunch and Story Telling for Kids

Free Lunches and Story Telling – A Winning Combination in Rockwood Portland/Gresham, Oregon – The Rockwood Weed and Seed Steering Committee is proud to present Rockwood Read and Seed Summertime Stories at select Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) sites.*-..
News Releases Police Activities League
07/03/2007 Suspect Identified In Drive-By Shooting  

DETECTIVES IDENTIFY SUSPECT IN DRIVE-BY SHOOTING Detectives from the Portland Police Bureau Homicide Detail have obtained an arrest warrant for 25-year-old Christopher Blaine Gaston in connection with the June 15, 2007, shooting of five individuals in the 9600 block of North Clarendon Avenue.*-..
News Releases Attempt Murder Investigation
07/02/2007 Rockwood Weed and Seed to Offer Ongoing Tax Preparation

Rockwood Weed and Seed to Offer Ongoing Tax Preparation Gresham, OR.*-..
News Releases Police Activities League (PAL)
06/29/2007 Search Continues For Missing California Residents

SEARCH CONTINUES FOR MISSING CALIFORNIA RESIDENTS The Portland Police Bureau is continuing to coordinate the extensive search for missing California residents David Schwartz and Cheryl Gibbs.*-..
News Releases Missing Person Investigation
06/29/2007 Update on Gibbs/ Schwartz Missing Persons Investigation

Viable Lead Developed In Missing Persons Investigation Earlier this evening, Portland Police detectives learned that missing California residents David Schwartz and Cheryl Gibbs are believed to have traveled to the Tillamook, Oregon, area, on Friday, June 8, 2007.*-..
News Releases Missing Persons Investigation
06/28/2007 45-year-old man arrested after his mother dies

45-YEAR-OLD MAN ARRESTED FOR MANSLAUGHTER IN MOTHER’S DEATH On Saturday, June 23, 2007, at 6:25 pm, Southeast Precinct officers were called to a residence in the 3100 block of Northeast Couch Street to assist paramedics after 45-year-old John Jorgensen called 911 to request medical assistance for his mother who had been lying on the floor for several days.*-..
News Releases Homicide Investigation
06/27/2007 Predatory Sex Offender Arrested at Community Center  

PREDATORY SEX OFFENDER ARRESTED AT COMMUNITY CENTER On Monday, June 11, 2007, at 7:34 pm, Southeast Precinct officers arrested 35-year-old Thomas Lee Benson on one count of Invasion of Privacy, one count of Misuse of Public Restroom, and one count of Failing to Register as a Sex Offender after responding to a report of a suspicious person at the Mt.*-..
News Releases Predatory Sex Offender
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