Victims identified after deadly shooting at SE Portland bar

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PORTLAND, OR (KPTV) – Police have identified two men after a deadly shooting at a bar in the Sellwood-Moreland neighborhood last Saturday.

Portland Police Bureau, Central Precinct officers, responded to a bar in the 8300 block of Southeast McLoughlin Boulevard just before 11:30 p.m. When they arrived, they found the two victims.

Medical crews arrived and pronounced William Peters, 40, dead at the scene.

Adam David-Lawrence Arrambide, 36, died on Sunday after being taken to the hospital with life-threatening injuries.

PPB said the suspects left the scene before officers arrived, and no suspect information has been released at this time.

Anyone who has information about this incident is asked to contact Detective Scott Broughton at Scott.Broughton@portlandoregon.gov (503) 823-3774 or Detective Eric McDaniel at Eric.McDaniel@portlandoregon.gov 503-823-0833.

Anyone interested in donating to the William Peters GoFundMe can go here.  

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(3) comments

Hookie

Not the first time someone was shot or killed at this bar , fun place but very dangerous

Worst PDX Mayor Ever

Fun place? Yeah, like 30 years ago. Now it's a dump and the talent is..well..yikes. Btw, if we donate to the Go Fund Me, does it have to be all in $1 bills?

Woke Eyesaidsir

Charlie Chan: Ahem please.... that would be place named after an ancient Greek fortress.... street number googles to 8325

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