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Two accused of gang witness tampering (Portland, OR): A man and his girlfriend are accused of tampering with a key witness to a gang related shooting, according to court records.
Source: KOIN 6 News    Date: July 16, 2015

Gresham gets $100,000 for anti-gang programs (Gresham, OR): City of Gresham officials plan to spend $100,000 from the state to reduce gang activity by encouraging Friday night basketball, Yoga and journal writing, jobs training and employment opportunities, and supplying a little cash to help youth become involved in positive activities.
Source: The Oregonian    Date: July 14, 2015

Portland Crime Problems: Data Helps Fight the Dangerous Trends (Portland, OR): This summer, concerns about gang violence have swept Portland, but a new collaboration between Portland Police and Portland State University may become a valuable tool in the effort to put the right law enforcement resources at the right time in the right place. Moreover, the data is available to the public.
Source: GoLocalPDX    Date: July 13, 2015

Gang-related shooting in Northeast Portland injures teen, endangers 66-year-old woman (Portland, OR): A shooting near the Northeast 60th Avenue MAX station Tuesday left a teenage male with multiple gunshot wounds and a 66-year-old woman with a bullet hole in her backpack, Portland police say.
Source: The Oregonian    Date: July 7, 2015

Man convicted of manslaughter now linked to June shooting (Portland, OR): A 33-year-old linked to a June 10 gang-related shooting is now facing even more serious charges than originally expected. Joshua Kerr Gann was arrested Friday night near NE 27th and Emerson in Portland. He had been charged with felon in possession of a firearm, unlawful use of a weapon, and carrying a loaded firearm in city limits.
Source: KOIN 6 News    Date: July 4, 2015

After month of record violence, Portland gang team has mercifully quiet night (Portland, OR): It's the first Friday of summer and the dreadlocked young man in a green T-shirt and dark shorts hanging below his waist stands on the sidewalk as a Portland gang patrol officer searches his Jeep.
Source: The Oregonian    Date: July 3, 2015

PPB: Gang associate tried to kill officer (Portland, OR): A convicted felon, known by police as a “gang associate,” is now accused of trying to kill an officer. Nathan Davis-Thomas, 29, is charged with one count each of attempted murder, unlawful use of a weapon and being a felon in possession of a firearm.
Source: KOIN 6 News    Date: June 30, 2015

Man charged with murder, nearly year to the day after gang-related killing in Portland (Portland, OR): A 23-year-old man, accused of wounding a man in a Portland shooting last month, now has been charged with murder in a nearly one-year-old drive-by, gang-related shooting near Portland's New Columbia.
Source: The Oregonian    Date: June 29, 2015

Hayden Slater: Family support helps teen succeed despite tough neighborhood (Portland, OR): Jefferson High School junior Hayden Slater has a lot to say about gang violence. The "gang thing" keeps us apart, he said, tensing slightly. He said it's ridiculous and dangerous that gangs are in his North Portland neighborhood.
Source: The Oregonian    Date: June 27, 2015

As gang violence rises, where are the police? (Portland, OR): Recent reports of excessive police force have dominated media headlines and inspired protests in Portland. "Hands Up, Don't Shoot" rallies have blocked city streets as Rose City residents decried the killings of Michael Brown, Freddie Gray and others. Witnesses across the country now whip out cellphones during arrests. As a result, police in some cities report feeling hesitant to act.
Source: KGW NewsChannel 8    Date: June 26, 2015

Taking steps to break the snitch code (Portland, OR): Rod Underhill thinks he soon may have a strategic weapon in the fight against gang violence, which appears to be surging this spring. The Multnomah County district attorney says the single biggest impediment to solving and prosecuting gang shootings has long been the lack of witnesses willing to come forward and testify. In some neighborhoods what is called the G-Code, or snitch code, prevails.
Source: The Portland Tribune    Date: June 25, 2015

Searching for Gang Signs (Portland, OR): Cops say Portland's gang epidemic is the worst it's been in modern times, and that they've got the numbers to back it up. According to the Portland Police Bureau's (PPB) official statistics, May set a new record for monthly gang attacks—25. As of June 19, police had logged 76 gang-related violent crimes in 2015, putting the city on track to have its bloodiest gang year in more than a decade.
Source: The Portland Mercury    Date: June 24, 2015

2 men with gang ties arrested on gun crimes in Portland, police say (Portland, OR): Two men with gang ties were arrested on gun crimes after they were found with loaded handguns during separate encounters Saturday night, Portland police said Sunday.
Source: The Oregonian    Date: June 21, 2015

Portland police seize handguns from alleged gang associates (Portland, OR): Portland police officers seized three handguns Saturday and arrested four, including two men police say are associated with gangs.
Source: The Oregonian    Date: June 20, 2015

Recent Surge in Gun Violence Tied to Portland Youth (Portland, OR): This spring, gang-related violence spiked in Portland. The number of gang shootings has hit 73 to date, compared to 58 this time last year. Almost exclusively, the majority of the violence can be attributed to Blood and Crip gang associates.
Source: GoLocalPDX    Date: June 18, 2015

Free youth passes to community center look to curb gang violence (Portland, OR): May was Portland’s most violent month on record, and June already has seen several shootings across the city. The city is working on a pilot program that gives Portland’s youth an activity to keep them away from gang violence.
Source: KATU 2 News    Date: June 13, 2015

Gang offenders urged to 'put down the guns' and spread the message (Multnomah County, OR): About 20 Blood gang members filed into the Multnomah County courthouse after business hours Friday night. They sat in the presiding judge's courtroom.
Source: The Oregonian    Date: June 12, 2015

Police union says more officers needed to reduce gang, other crimes (Portland, OR): The Portland police union is calling on the City Council to increase the number of sworn officers to fight growing gang violence and other crimes in the city.
Source: The Portland Tribune    Date: June 12, 2015

PDX leaders: Gang problem complex, progress being made (Portland, OR): No one person or organization can break the city’s ongoing struggle with gang violence, but progress, albeit slowly, is being made. That was the message city and county leaders impressed upon worried community members. Many of those people were startled to learn that police have recovered more than 400 rounds of ammunition since January 1, 2015 — each round linked to gang violence.
Source: KOIN 6 News    Date: June 6, 2015

Teen indicted in Last Thursday shooting is grandson of Portland's youth violence prevention director (Portland, OR): Antoinette Edwards, director of Portland's Office of Youth Violence Prevention, was attending a Black United Front planning meeting on Northeast Alberta Street last week to recognize black students when gunshots rang out about 13 blocks away.
Source: The Oregonian    Date: June 5, 2015

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