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07/23/2011 Southeast Portland Homicide Victim Identified - Police Seek Public's Help

Today, Saturday July 23, 2011, the Oregon State Medical Examiner determined that 20-year-old Marcos A. Ibarra died of sharp force injuries. Homicide Detectives need help from the public in this investigation.*-..
News Releases FLASHNEWS46330

In an effort to combat increased prostitution and narcotics activity in the Lower Burnside area, Southeast Precinct and 36 businesses have signed the Lower Burnside Area Business Agreement (L.E.B.A.). The goal of the L.E.B.A. is to; 1. Have all parties become partners in an agreement to provide business owners with a tool to reduce and prevent crime from occurring on their properties.*-..
News Releases Agreement
06/09/2004 Southeast Precinct Officer Arrests Man For 30 Burglaries  

On June 6, 2004 just before midnight, a southeast precinct officer responded to a fraud call at the Walgreens, on SE 39th/Belmont.*-..
News Releases Burglar Arrest
07/02/2014 Southeast Precinct Officers Talk Suicidal Woman Off of Northeast Portland Freeway Overpass

Today, Wednesday July 2, 2014, at 12:03 p.m., Southeast Precinct officers responded to the Northeast 53rd Avenue overpass above I-84 on the report of a woman standing outside the railing and that she was thinking about suicide.

Officers arrived and began to talk with the 44-year-old woman who told police she was recently released from the hospital but was still feeling suicidal.

Officers talked with her for approximately 30 minutes then she came back over the railing to be taken to the hospital.

TriMet MAX lines and Union Pacific Railroad were briefly stopped during this incident as the woman was over the MAX and train tracks.

Help is available for community members struggling from a mental health crisis and/or suicidal thoughts.

Suicide is preventable.*-..
News Releases FLASHNEWS75622
05/24/2004 Southeast Precinct Targets Property Crime Offenders

On Friday, May 21, 2004, officers and detectives from two Portland Police Bureau precincts swept through southeast Portland in an effort to apprehend people with arrest warrants.*-..
News Releases Warrant Mission
07/15/2013 Southwest Portland Bank Robbery Suspects Arrested Friday Afternoon

On Friday July 12, 2013, Central Precinct officers responded to the Key Bank branch located at 3515 Southwest Troy Street on the report of a bank robbery. Officers arrived in the area and contacted bank employees who told police that the female suspect implied a weapon as she demanded money.*-..
News Releases FLASHNEWS65937
06/24/2011 Southwest Portland Hills Cat burglar arrested

The Portland Police Bureau's Burglary Task Force has been investigating several "Cat Burglaries" in the Southwest Portland Hills over the last two months.*-..
News Releases FLASHNEWS45648
08/19/2012 Southwest Portland's Maplewood Neighborhood Old Market Pub Robbed at Gunpoint

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On Sunday August 19, 2012, at 1:22 a.m., Portland Police officers assigned to Central Precinct responded to the report of an armed robbery at the Old Market Pub, located at 6959 Southwest Garden Home Road. As officers were enroute to the call they learned that the suspect also took an employee's car. Officers contacted the one of the employees who told police that she closed the pub and was walking to her car with the other employee when the suspect came running out of the bushes pointing a gun at them.*-..
News Releases FLASHNEWS56902
08/01/2011 Special Emergency Reaction Team activated

SERT activated following Robbery.*-..
News Releases FLASHNEWS46505

From March 22, 2002 through March 31, 2002, the Portland Police Bureau will conduct a series of sweeps and missions designed to keep young people safe and enhance the safety of Portland’s neighborhoods during spring break.*-..
News Releases Police Activities League (PAL)
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