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22-year-old Portland Resident found dead in park

August 04, 2004 00:00

  

22-YEAR-OLD PORTLAND RESIDENT FOUND DEAD IN PARK

On August 4, 2004, at 1:26 a.m., Portland Police responded to a call of “shots fired” in Kenilworth Park located near Southeast 32nd Avenue and Southeast Gladstone Street. Officers arrived and found the body of 22-year-old Trevor John Rowe. Homicide Detectives were called to the scene and initiated an investigation.

After an autopsy the Medical Examiner determined that Rowe died of a “single gunshot wound to the chest,” and his death was ruled a homicide.

A photograph of Rowe is available, via e-mail, from the Portland Police Bureau Identification Division at (503) 823-0382.

Detectives are looking for anyone who may have seen Rowe in the hours leading to his death. Anyone with information is asked to call Detective Brian Grose at (503) 823-0457 or Detective Chuck Shipley at (503) 823-0865.

This investigation is continuing.

Update:

On August 17, 2004, Portland Police Homicide Detectives arrested 17-year-old George Anderson Bingham III (aka Trey Walker) on one count of Murder in connection with the August 4, 2004, homicide of 22-year-old Trevor John Rowe in Kenilworth Park. Because of the ongoing nature of the investigation, detectives will not release Bingham's picture at this time.

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