On a scorching weekend in Portland, nine people were sh0t, and one was injured and eventually d!ed in the hospital, according to the Portland Police Bureau.
You can see a tweet of the above information-
After 10 p.m. on Saturday, May 13, g*nfire erupted in the Sunnyside area, injuring one person in a non-critical condition. This individual went to a hospital for treatment but did not reveal the location of the incident. The crime scene was located in the 3300 block of Southeast Belmont Street, where police later discovered evidence.
On Sunday night, May 14, at midnight, officers were called to the 1400 block of Northeast Broadway for a report of g*nfire at a pub. One male and two women were sh0t, and they were taken to hospitals for treatment of non-life-threatening wounds.
A man showed up at the hospital at 3:28 a.m. on Sunday with a g*nshot wound and refused to disclose what had transpired. After some searching, police in Portland said they found what they believe to be a crime scene near the 8600 block of Southeast Foster Road in the Lents area.
At 3:34 a.m., police were called to the 6500 block of Northeast Killingsworth Street, where they discovered three victims of g*n violence. Two were injured, but nothing serious, while the third succumbed to his wounds in the hospital.
The last g*nshot was fired in the Hazelwood area at 5:30 a.m. on a Sunday. A man was located by police inside an apartment on the 170 block of Southeast 146th Avenue with a g*nshot wound to the neck. After being checked out by paramedics at the site, the individual decided against going to the hospital.
Police in Portland have not made any arrests in connection with the shootings and have not commented on whether or not the shootings were related. Any footage or information related to the shootings can be forwarded to [email protected] and will be reviewed by investigators.
The FBI classifies all gunshot incidents involving human beings as attempted m*rder, and the Oregon chapter of Crime Stoppers offers a $2,500 reward for information leading to criminal arrests. Throughout the epidemic, g*n crimes and ho*icides in Portland skyrocketed, with new highs set in 2021 and 2022.
The most up-to-date details about recent events in Portland are as follows:
- Little League Continues Despite Excessive Temperatures in Portland.
- Northeast Portland’s Firm Location Suffered a Setback With the Shooting.
“While this was a busy shift, it is by no means unique,” the Portland Police Department stated in a written statement. But there has been a slight decrease in gun violence in Portland recently, following a similar nationwide pattern.
The Portland Police Bureau reports that there have been 382 gunshots so far this year, resulting in 120 injuries and ten fatalities (not counting suicides). At this time last year, 528 shootings had already occurred in the city, resulting in the injuries or deaths of 166 persons.
Even homicide rates are down somewhat from this time last year. The death toll in Portland is currently at 34, down from 37 in 2022. According to preliminary FBI crime data, crime rates have recently declined after rising sharply in Oregon during the epidemic.