Police seek to ID suspect seen firing gun at SE Portland home

(Courtesy: Portland Police Bureau)

PORTLAND, OR (KPTV) - Police are asking for the public's help identifying a person seen firing a gun at a home in southeast Portland last month.

The shooting occurred on May 24, at about 2:52 p.m., in the area of Southeast 66th Avenue and Southeast Rhone Street. Police said an unidentified suspect fired several shots from a handgun at a home. The home and a parked car were struck, but no injuries were reported.

Police said the suspect was seen arriving to and leaving the scene in a silver vehicle, which appears to be a 1997-2003 Ford Escort Coupe.

Anyone who recognizes the suspect is asked to submit a tip here.

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nbnbnbnb

why is the passenger door open? who was driving?

nbnbnbnb

you can't find a silver ford contour?

RetDOD

Maybe I missed it, haven't seen this site pick up on a local national story.

Maybe they are afraid of recourse...

NEWS

More than two dozen Antifa rioters charged for Portland mayhem

By Andy Ngo

June 6, 2021 | 11:39am

More than two dozen suspected Antifa rioters have been charged in Portland in the past two weeks, signaling an escalation by both local and federal prosecutors following a full year of riots in the besieged Oregon city.

On Thursday, the Multnomah County District Attorney’s Office announced charges against 10 suspects following several grand jury indictments.

Maximilian Ryan Jennings, 23, James Walker Prettyman, 25, and Thomas Moll-Rocek, 34, are charged with one count each of felony riot, felony first-degree criminal mischief and second-degree criminal mischief.

The three were indicted over accusations they were part of a black-clad mob that broke most of the windows on the Multnomah County Democrats’ headquarters on Nov. 8, 2020. At the time, Antifa accounts on social media promoted the “direct action” to oppose the presidential election.

In a separate indictment, six other suspects were charged with felony crimes for their alleged roles in the Antifa Inauguration Day riot on Jan. 20. Holding a banner featuring a Kalashnikov rifle that read, “We don’t want Biden — We want revenge,” the group of Antifa marched to the Democratic Party of Oregon building where they started a fire on the street and smashed the building’s windows. Arrestees were found carrying knives, batons and crowbars.

Nicole Aria Rose, 26, Darrell Anthony Kimberlin, 31, Jean V. Paris, 19, and Kyle Martin Romstad, 22, are charged with one count each of felony riot, felony first-degree criminal mischief and second-degree criminal mischief.

Clunky66

Bingo man ! Kptv would rather have fake news from cnn .

RetDOD

Crazy world the Democrats have created up there.

Charlatan

But not as crazy as republican controlled Florida.

PDX2MtHood

You mean the state with thriving cities and commerce and where everyone is moving too? You are such a dumb troll. Go join Willamette Week with the rest of your green haired miscreants.

Husky Loyalist

You mean Florida which has 50% per capita less COVID deaths than Oregon?

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