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10/28/2009 Portland Police Conduct Drug Mission

During the first week of October, the Portland Police Bureau's Central Precinct Street Crimes Unit,(SCU),Central's Neighborhood Response Team,(NRT),and investigators from the Drugs and Vice Division, conducted a four-day drug mission called "Rocktober". The officers utilized informants to purchase drugs in Old Town, Waterfront Park, and the East Bank Esplanade. There are currently nineteen Multnomah County Grand Jury secret indictment warrants for individuals that sold drugs to informants used by police.*-..
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10/27/2009 Crime Stoppers CS #09-40 Shell Gas Station Robbery  

SUBJECT: CRIME STOPPERS FEATURED CASE October 26, 2009 CRIME STOPPERS CASE # 09-40 SHELL GAS STATION ROBBERY The Portland Police Bureau, in cooperation with Crime Stoppers, is asking for your help in identifying a robbery suspect caught on surveillance video. On Thursday, October 8, 2009, at approximately 3:23 a.m., the Shell Gas Station, located at 7433 North Interstate, was robbed by a lone male.*-..
News Releases FLASHNEWS30463

On Tuesday, October 27, 2009, at 7 p.m., Chief Rosanne Sizer will present the Portland Police Bureau's Citizen Heroism Award to a local man who intervened during a physical and sexual attack on a woman earlier this month.*-..
News Releases FLASHNEWS30430
10/22/2009 Portland Police Arrest Suspect After Vehicle Pursuit

The suspect arrested from the police pursuit that began at North Chautaqua and North Trenton this morning has been identified as 24-year-old Brian Joseph Mann.*-..
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10/22/2009 Sexual Minorities Partnership Celebrate 15 Years

Please join the Sexual Minority Roundtable,(SMRT), partners as they celebrate their 15-year anniversary signing of the Sexual Minorities Partnership agreement.*-..
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10/21/2009 Crime Stoppers CS #09-39 Homicide   

The Portland Police Bureau, in cooperation with Crime Stoppers, is asking for your help in solving a homicide involving a Portland teenager. Borisshell Washington, 18, was murdered on the evening of Sunday, May 31, 2009.*-..
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10/20/2009 Serial Robber Arrested In Portland

On Monday, October 19, 2009, 42-year-old Michael Gene Benson, was arrested by members of the US Marshall's Office in connection with a series of armed robberies that have occurred in Portland, Clackamas County, Gresham, and Tigard. Portland Police Robbery Detectives believe that Benson is responsible for seven armed robberies in the Portland area.*-..
News Releases FLASHNEWS30299
10/19/2009 Update on October 15th Accident at 33rd and Shaver

The victim in the hit and run accident that occurred on October 15, 2009 at Northeast 33rd and Shaver has been identified as 29-year-old Jared E. Sletager of Seattle Washington.*-..
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10/18/2009 Update on Portland Police Hit and Run Investigation

Update: This morning at approximately 9:30 a.m., the hit and run suspect involved in the vehicle accident at Northeast 33rd and Shaver turned himself in at Northeast Precinct.*-..
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10/15/2009 Portland Police Conduct Domestic Violence Warrant

October is domestic violence month and each year in October, Oregon, along with other states around the nation make a concerted effort to look for and arrest perpetrators of domestic violence that have eluded police. The Portland Police Bureau's Domestic Violence Unit, (DVRU), in coordination with the Multnomah County Community Justice Department (Parole and Probation), the Multnomah County Sheriffs Office Warrant Team, and community advocates are all working together today to concentrate on arresting domestic violence offenders with active warrants. Portland Police respond to an average of 6,000 domestic violence cases per year.*-..
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