Teen Critically Injured after Fatal Shooting in Portland; No Arrest made by Police

According to the Portland Police Department, a shooting that occurred early on Sunday morning in the southeast part of Portland resulted in the death of a man and the injury of a teenager.

The 100 block of Southeast Ninth Avenue was the location where cops responded to reports of gunfire shortly after one o’clock in the morning.

They discovered a 19-year-old boy and a male who had both been struck by a bullet. The two victims were brought to the hospital, but despite the medical staff’s best efforts, the male did not survive what happened. It is anticipated that the adolescent will make it through this.

A large number of bullets had been fired, hitting “numerous” parked cars and other items, according to the officers who discovered the evidence. According to the detectives, they believe that the suspect or suspects fired shots from a moving vehicle at a group of persons who were standing on the sidewalk, and then they fled the scene before the police arrived.

According to the police, they have a strong belief that a large number of individuals were present during the shooting and subsequently fled the site before the policemen arrived.

As of right now, there has been no arrest made, and the police have not disclosed any information on the culprit involved as per KPTV News.

Anyone who witnessed what took place or who has any other information regarding the investigation is urged to get in touch with the detectives:

Detective Jeff Pontius at [email protected], 503-823-0433, or Detective Steve Gandy at [email protected], 503-823-0449 and reference case number 24-168326.

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