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Two suspects in a disturbance with a weapon call arrested after police standoff

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Mugshots: Eric Harris and Gerald Randale Mugshots: Eric Harris and Gerald Randale
PORTLAND, OR (KPTV) -

Two suspects were arrested after a disturbance with a weapon call led to a standoff with Portland Police early Sunday morning.

North Precinct officers responded to a call just before 4:40 a.m. that someone had been assaulted, and the suspects were armed inside of a home in the 4900 block of Northeast Killingsworth Street.

According to police, an investigation revealed that the two people living in the home assaulted and threatened one person, and additional victims were still inside.

Officers also determined that the suspects were alleged gang members, and possibly armed.

According to police, officers were first able to get one female out of the home, and she told officers that an additional victim was still inside.

Officers were able to get the second victim to leave the home, but they were uncooperative with the investigation.

According to police, officers were eventually able to convince the two suspects to peacefully leave the home, and they were taken into custody.

A sawed-off shotgun was recovered from the home, according to police.

One suspect, Eric Harris, 41, was charged with coercion and weapons charges.

The second suspect, Gerald Randale, 32, was charged with coercion, assault IV, and weapons charges.

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