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Eugene PD educates public on gang activity (Eugene, OR): The Eugene Police Department held a forum on gang activity Wednesday evening, showing that it's on the rise in some local areas. Images of gang-related graffiti on sidewalks, in parks and on people's homes and businesses are some of the reasons why the Eugene Police Department decided to hold the informational forum.
Source: KVAL News    Date: April 9, 2015

Program takes aim at gangs (Eugene, OR): Lane County school officials hope a new state-funded program will help prevent middle-schoolers in the Eugene-­Springfield area from getting lured into gangs.
Source: The Register-Guard    Date: April 5, 2015

What you told KGW what Portland should do about gangs (Portland, OR): On Friday, we published an investigation into Portland's rising gang violence problem. Hundreds of you weighed in on social media and through our online survey, sharing your thoughts on the best ways to fight gangs.
Source: KGW NewsChannel 8    Date: March 31, 2015

Gang violence: 8 ways Portland is (or should be) fighting it (Portland, OR): Raymond Grant grew up in North Portland when no one there was building luxury condo buildings, shopping at specialty grocery stores or drinking craft beers. Grant looked up to his single mom, who raised him and his four younger siblings as they bounced around homes in historically low-income, African-American neighborhoods.
Source: KGW NewsChannel 8    Date: March 27, 2015

Is Portland's Gang Problem Getting Worse? (Portland, OR): At around 11:30 PM on February 24, two officers from the Portland Police Bureau's Gang Enforcement Team and Gun Task Force pulled into the parking lot of Shimmers Bar & Grill, a strip club on the corner of Southeast 82nd Avenue and Foster Road. A crowd outside quickly filed into the bar, but moments later, a man named Quintrell Shaimon Holiman emerged and was confronted by the officers.
Source: VICE     Date: March 23, 2015

Teen fired gun outside East Precinct because gang member was picking on his friend, mother says (Portland, OR): The mother of the 16-year-old accused of firing a gun outside the Portland Police Bureau's East Precinct on Saturday night said her son had come from the party across the street at the community center.
Source: The Oregonian    Date: March 16, 2015

Police believe Umatilla man was killed by gang members (Hermiston, OR): Hermiston Police Chief Jason Edmiston gave an update on the homicide investigation during a Hispanic Advisory Committee meeting. Police believe Alonso Madrigal, killed in a shooting outside Hermiston’s 11th Street Market on March 4, was murdered by gang members but was not engaged in criminal gang activity himself.
Source: The East Oregonian    Date: March 16, 2015

Gang related shooting outside East Precinct (Portland, OR): Police had a front row seat to the most recent gang-related shooting late Saturday — it happened just outside of East Precinct.
Source: The Portland Tribune    Date: March 15, 2015

More than 250 bullets flew in 30 gang violence calls in Portland this year (Portland, OR): Six shootings in the first 10 days of this month have pushed Portland's gang violence calls to 30 so far this year, more than double the number at this time last year.
Source: The Oregonian    Date: March 13, 2015

Gang Enforcement Team arrests 5, seizes 5 guns from 2 cars (Portland, OR): Gang Enforcement Team officers arrested five people and seized five guns from two cars after a pair of traffic stops in Portland on Wednesday night.
Source: KPTV FOX 12 News    Date: March 12, 2015

Man accused of firing three rounds into rival gang member's car Saturday (Portland, OR): A 23-year-old man accused of attempted murder in connection with a shooting on Northeast 102nd Avenue Saturday was firing at a rival gang member's vehicle, according to police and court documents.
Source: The Oregonian    Date: March 9, 2015

Portland teen charged with attempted murder in Gresham gang shooting (Portland, OR): A 15-year-old Portland boy has been charged with attempted murder in connection with the Sunday evening gang shooting that wounded a 23-year-old man.
Source: The Oregonian    Date: March 9, 2015

Police arrest suspect in NE Portland gang-related shooting (Portland, OR): Portland police arrested a man who is accused of being involved in a gang-related shooting that happened Saturday morning in NE Portland.
Source: KPTV FOX 12 News    Date: March 7, 2015

Grieving mothers call for an end to gang violence (Portland, OR): They've all lost sons to gang violence, and now four mothers are calling for the killing to stop. “What I want is for everybody, all gang members, non-gang members, I want you guys to put your guns down,” mother Gizelle Holiman said. “Instead of putting your arms up to shoot somebody, wrap your arms around somebody.”
Source: KPTV FOX 12 News    Date: March 6, 2015

3 Marion County gang members sentenced for gang-related string of shootings (Marion County, OR): Marion County officials say three known gang members were sentenced to prison last week for their involvement in a string of gang-related shootings in November 2014.
Source: The Oregonian    Date: March 3, 2015

Portland police chief not convinced there's adequate resources, community partnerships to address gang violence (Portland, OR): Portland Police Chief Larry O'Dea said Friday he's not convinced the city has provided adequate resources, done sufficient outreach or established the necessary community partnerships to quell ongoing gang violence.
Source: The Oregonian    Date: February 27, 2015

'We're not at war with the Hoover gangs,' Portland police say after strip club shooting-suicide (Portland, OR): Portland police supervisors Friday said this week's shooting at two officers outside a Southeast Portland strip club came frighteningly close.
Source: The Oregonian    Date: February 27, 2015

Ex-gang member shares story at gang violence meeting (Portland, OR): At a gathering of police leaders, gang outreach workers and community volunteers on Friday morning, Raymond Grant's words were impossible to ignore. "I got involved in gangs when I was 12. That's when I committed my first crime," Grant, 31, told the crowd a several dozen at the Portland Police Bureau North Precinct.
Source: KGW NewsChannel 8    Date: February 27, 2015

Medford Police make efforts to stop gang graffiti (Medford, OR): Medford Police are taking steps to fight graffiti. They’ve made an arrest in a recent tagging case and with the on-going investigation, they hope to make more arrests.
Source: KOBI 5 News    Date: February 26, 2015

Police: Gang patrols added after threats follow gang member's suicide (Portland, OR): A suspect who fired at Portland police officers while running from them later shot and killed himself in a Southeast Portland yard, police said. Police on Wednesday identified the suspect as 26-year-old Quintrell Shaimon Holiman, who they said was a wanted federal fugitive and known gang member.
Source: KGW NewsChannel 8    Date: February 26, 2015

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