One victim dies after shooting at Gresham gas station

Photo of shooting victim Darryl Antonio Lewis, provided by Gresham PD (KPTV)

GRESHAM, OR (KPTV) – One victim of a shooting at a Gresham gas station has died, according to police.

Officers responded to shots fired on the 18000 block of East Burnside Street the night of Oct. 14. Two victims were found at a nearby gas station.

One victim, Darryl Antonio Lewis, 34, of Portland, was shot in the head and died. The second victim, Daquon Dupree Warren, 21, of Portland, was shot multiple times and is recovering, according to officers.

The men had just pulled up to a gas pump when a dark-colored sedan stopped in the parking lot near them and someone in the suspect vehicle fired multiple rounds from a handgun. The victims were both sitting in their car at the time of the shooting.

The suspect vehicle left southbound on Southeast 181st Avenue.

Police said no suspects have been identified in this case.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the Gresham PD tip line at 503-618-2719. Crime Stoppers of Oregon is offering a reward up to $2,500 for information that leads to an arrest in this case.

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(4) comments

Delta Bravo

Please publish the social worker's report. The police oversight committee needs to get a good look at the crime scene photos.

Merlin

Burn, Loot, Murder.

Toothache

What if the shooter is black? How will the BLM explain that?

Worst PDX Mayor Ever

Oh that's easy. They blame it on white people, and white privilege. You see, we white people are to blame for stacking the deck against black people. But to believe that, one has to buy in that America is unfair; that not just anyone can go out and work for a living, and build a life for themselves, even though we know that is true, and that anyone can. It's just those who are too lazy to do it, who decide to steal, rob, and sell drugs, and they justify it by blaming everything on white people.

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