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08/23/2005 Crime Stoppers for week of 08/22/05  

Crime Stoppers, in cooperation with the Portland Police Bureau, wants your help identifying the suspect in an attempted abduction.*-..
Crime Stoppers Attempt Kidnap
08/19/2005 26 year old women dies in chain reaction collision

On Thursday, August 18, 2005, at 4:36 PM, Traffic Investigators responded to a multiple vehicle collision that resulted in the death of 26-year-old Amber Sunshine Mustafa of Washougal, Washington.*-..
News Releases Fatal Investigation
08/19/2005 Detectives Investigate Possible Bias Crime

On Thursday, August 18, 2005, at 12:25 AM, East Precinct officers responded to a stabbing in the 1500 block of Northeast 109th Avenue.*-..
News Releases Bias Crime
08/16/2005 Crime Stoppers for week of 08-15-05

Crime Stoppers, in cooperation with the Portland Police Bureau, wants your help solving a homicide.*-..
Crime Stoppers Homicide
08/15/2005 Detectives Release Drawing of Abduction Suspect  

DETECTIVES RELEASE COMPOSITE DRAWING OF ATTEMPTED ABDUCTION SUSPECT On Tuesday, August 9, 2005, at 5:31 a.m., Portland Police contacted a 32-year-old female in the 7000 block of Southwest Garden Home Road who reported that a male attempted to abduct her while she was walking to work.*-..
News Releases Attempted Abduction
08/15/2005 REGISTRATION AVAILABLE FOR FOOTBALL CAMP

Date: August 15, 2005 Contact: Maura White: 503-823-0250, or pager: 503-299-5892 News Release REGISTRATION IS STILL AVAILABLE FOR YOUTH WHO WANT TO PLAY FOOTBALL: TACKLE FOOTBALL PRACTICE BEGINS IN PORTLAND, GRESHAM AND TROUTDALE More than 700 youth are expected to register for PAL’s tackle football program this season, and rivalries between the inner-city teams and nearby suburbs reach down into the elementary and middle school youth programs.*-..
News Releases PAL Camp
08/12/2005 Community Role Model Event

POLICE ACTIVITIES LEAGUE OF GREATER PORTLAND DATE: August 12, 2005 CONTACT: Maura, 503-823-0250 or Beth Faulhaber, 503-793-3504 (cell phone) NEWS RELEASE PUBLIC INVITED TO COMMUNITY ROLE MODEL EVENT ON AUGUST 12TH, 2005 AND PAL OPEN HOUSE SCHEDULED FOR AUGUST 13, 2005 Gresham/Portland, Oregon – Friday, August 12, 2005, from 2:00-6:00 p.m., community leaders, youth and parents will participate in Role Model Day activities at the Police Activities League Youth Center, 424 N.E. 172nd.*-..
News Releases
08/12/2005 Chief honors first African American Police Officer

CHIEF FOXWORTH TO POSTHUMOUSLY HONOR FIRST AFRICAN-AMERICAN OFFICER On Monday, August 15, 2005, Chief Derrick Foxworth will posthumously honor former Portland Police Officer Charles Duke with the Bureau’s Achievement Medal.*-..
News Releases Achievement Award
08/09/2005 58 year ols arrested for assaulting two 6 year old girls

58 YEAR OLD ARRESTED FOR KIDNAPPING AND SEXUALLY ASSAULTING TWO 6-YEAR-OLD GIRLS On Monday, August 8, 2005, at 11:27 p.m., Portland Police arrested 58-year-old Kenneth Bowling on two counts of Kidnap in the Second Degree and two counts of Sex Abuse in the First Degree in connection with the assault of two 6-year-old girls in North Portland.*-..
News Releases Child Sex Abuse Investigation
08/09/2005 Crime Stoppers of the week

Crime Stoppers, in cooperation with the Portland Police Bureau, wants your help solving a homicide.*-..
Crime Stoppers Homicide
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