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Portland Police and Washington County arrest suspect

December 20, 2002 00:00

  

On Friday, December 20, 2002, North Precinct officers and members of the Washington County Tactical Negotiations Team (TNT) arrested 25-year-old Ibrahim Jozin on one count of Attempted Murder and one count of Attempted Assault One. This investigation began on Thursday, December 19, 2002, at approximately 5:30 p.m., when Southeast Precinct officers responded to a "shots fired" call at a residence near the intersection of Southeast 67th Avenue and Tolman Street. Officers arrived and learned the suspect, identified as Jozin, had fled the scene after firing several shots at an intended victim. Investigators relayed suspect information to officers throughout the Portland Police Bureau.

Later, at approximately 11:25 p.m., North Precinct officers spotted individuals enter a residence in the 10200 block of North Oswego Avenue after parking a vehicle associated with Jozin. Officers requested additional cover and sealed the area around the residence. Officers determined Jozin was inside the residence or in the yards of properties adjoining the residence. With the assistance of the Washington County TNT, Jozin was found in the residence, taken into custody, and lodged in the Justice Center Jail.

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