Oregon Crime Stoppers Is Offering Rewards: The family of Evelin Navarro Barajas is offering a prize in the hopes that someone with knowledge about her murder would come forward.
Oregon’s capital city of Portland has a new mayor. Janicey Navarro Barajas constantly remembers her sibling Evelin Navarro Barajas.
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Oregon Crime Stoppers Is Offering Rewards
Sometimes I’ll simply be driving and I’ll gaze up at the sky and think of her,” Janicey added. “You can call me at any time of the day. It’s almost like you should be sorry that you’re here and she isn’t. That somebody stole her life away.”
Friday, June 18, 2020. Evelin, only 23 at the time, and some friends were hanging out in a parking area at Northeast Killingsworth and Cully when a car drew up and someone inside started firing. The gunfire caused serious injury to a man. It found out that Evelin’s murder was one of more than 900 homicides that year.
Janicey replied, “We’ve heard the wrong place at the wrong moment.” “But even if she was having a good time with her pals, it still shouldn’t have happened because there were families and children present. As a matter of fact, that should never have occurred.”
The murder of Evelin is one of four cases that Crime Stoppers of Oregon is spotlighting this week. A reward of up to $2,500 has been offered by the charity for information leading to Evelin’s arrest. The shooting deaths of Julian Heredia on July 10, 2020, Huarleen Bain on October 23, 2020, and Adau Duop on February 20, 2022, are all cases in which Crime Stoppers is appealing for information.
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Sonia Barajas, Evelin’s mother, has remarked, “You have to live it to comprehend how difficult it is and the scenarios we have to go through.” It’s possible that “you’re fine when you wake up one morning and you don’t want to get up the next.”
Sonia’s oldest child, Evelin, was brutally murdered, and she’ll never get over it.
She was the one who showed me the ropes as a parent, I often tell people.
Sonia is now in the process of healing from heartbreak. An arrest in the case is really the only thing that can fix it.
It won’t bring my daughter back, but at least we’ll get some closure and there’ll be one fewer person engaging in criminal activity on the streets.