TIGARD, OR (KPTV) - Two people are in custody after a disagreement at a sports bar led to a shooting in Tigard early Wednesday morning.
Police said two couples got into a argument at Lu's Sports Bar & Lounge in Tigard. Police said they were there to watch the Blazers game, but did not say what the argument was about.
Both couples eventually left the bar. A short time later, the victim couple noticed a vehicle following them near Southwest Scholls Ferry Road and Southwest 130th Avenue.
Police said a passenger in the suspect vehicle, a woman, fired a shotgun into the victim's vehicle while they were driving.
A woman was hit and suffered a gunshot injury.
According to police, the victims tried to get away from the suspect vehicle, but they continued to follow them.
Police said the victims called 911 at around 2:40 a.m.
An officer was nearby and saw the woman holding a shotgun out of the suspect vehicle.
The officer attempted to stop the suspect vehicle in the area of 10500 Southwest Nimbus Avenue, but both suspects fled on foot. The shotgun was left in the vehicle.
Police said the woman who fired the shotgun, identified as Cristy Anna Sisco, 34, from Wilsonville, was taken into custody. Sisco is facing an assault charge related to the shooting.
The driver of the suspect vehicle was not immediately located. Officers, along with a K-9 team, searched the area.
#BREAKING: @TigardPolice actively searching SW Nimbus Ave for the suspected male driver of a car involved in a shooting early this morning. Police say his passenger, a woman, fired a shotgun at another car, injuring another woman. Suspected shooter in custody & shotgun recovered. pic.twitter.com/VYe69d9Fsa— Tyler Dumont (@TylerDumontNews) April 24, 2019
Police said the driver, identified as Carlos Alberto Quebrado, 35, surrendered to law enforcement after being submerged in Fanno Creek for about two and half hours.
Quebrado was taken to an area hospital to be checked out. He was later arrested on an unrelated felony warrant.
The woman who was shot has been taken to an area hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.
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