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03/05/2005 21-year-old Man Stabbed to Death During Fight

On Saturday, March 05, 2005, 1:49 am, Portland Police responded to an altercation or possible stabbing in the parking lot of a Chinese restaurant in the 2700 block of Southeast 82nd Avenue.*-..
News Releases Homicide Investigation
03/03/2005 Gang Member Arrested in Weekend Shooting

GANG MEMBER ARRESTED IN CONNECTION WITH WEEKEND SHOOTING (North Interstate Avenue and North Skidmore Street) On Wednesday, March 2, 2005, at 8:00 p.m., members of the Portland Police Bureau’s Tactical Operations Division executed two search warrants in the 15900 block of East Burnside in connection with the February 27, 2005, shooting of Ladarius Davis.*-..
News Releases Attempted Murder Investigation
03/02/2005 23-year-old Arrested for Soliciting Sex from Children

23-YEAR-OLD ARRESTED FOR SOLICITING SEX FROM CHILDREN On Friday, February 25, 2005, Portland Police arrested 23-year-old Antonio Negrete Jr.*-..
News Releases Child Abuse Investigation
02/28/2005 Robbery Suspect  

SUBJECT: CRIME STOPPERS FOR THE WEEK OF FEBRUARY 28, 2005 CRIME STOPPERS CASE #05-07: WARRANT The Portland Police Bureau, in cooperation with Crime Stoppers, needs your help finding a wanted person.*-..
Crime Stoppers Wanted Subject
02/26/2005 Officer Shoots Armed Suspect

On Saturday, February 26, 2005, at 3:28 am, Portland Police were called to check the welfare of 49-year-old John M. Vitale who was reportedly walking around screaming at an apartment complex located at 335 Northwest 19th Avenue.*-..
News Releases Officer Involved Shooting
02/18/2005 East Precinct Kicks off Crime Prevention Campaign  

EAST PRECINCT KICKS OFF DOOR TO DOOR CRIME PREVENTION CAMPAIGN On Saturday, February 19, 2005, at 9:00 am, Officers from the Portland Police Bureau’s East Precinct in cooperation with the Neighborhood Response Team, Property Crime Detectives, Traffic Division, Drugs and Vice Division, Auto Theft Task Force, Identification Division, Transit Police Division, Multnomah County Parole and Probation; ONI Crime Prevention representatives, and community volunteers will conduct a door-to-door crime prevention campaign in Powellhurst and Gilbert neighborhoods of Southeast Portland.*-..
News Releases Crime Prevention Campaign
02/18/2005 Chief Foxworth Jumps into Comunbia River for Cadets

PORTLAND POLICE BUREAU CADET PROGRAM 5TH Annual Polar Bear Jump Funds raised will support the Portland Police Bureau Cadet Program On Monday, February 21, 2005, at 12:00 p.m., at the Jantzen Beach Double Tree Hotel located at 909 N. Hayden Island Drive, Chief Derrick Foxworth and Captain Dorothy Elmore, will plunge into the frigid Columbia River to show support for the Portland Police Cadet Program.*-..
News Releases
02/10/2005 Community Policing News  

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Portland Police News February Addition
02/09/2005 Crime Stoppers Of The Week  

The Portland Police Bureau, in cooperation with Crime Stoppers, would like your help identifying vandals known only by their “tags.” Graffiti is a problem throughout the city.*-..
Crime Stoppers Vandalism
02/09/2005 Reserve Officer Discharges Firearm During Traffic Stop

RESERVE OFFICER DISCHARGES FIREARM DURING TRAFFIC STOP On Sunday, February 6, 2005, at 10:18 p.m., Portland Police Bureau Reserve Sergeant Michael Hayward and Reserve Officer Jeffrey Ciri attempted to stop a vehicle driven by 36-year-old Lee Harrison Hardman.*-..
News Releases Officer Involved Shooting
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