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Filming took place around 2 p.m. near the Patricia Anne apartments

GRESHAM, Ore. (KOIN) — A person was fatally shot in the parking lot of an apartment complex in Gresham on New Years afternoon, police said.

The shooting happened around 2 p.m. in the 700 block of SE 187th Avenue near the Patricia Anne apartments.

Investigators remain at the scene and speak with neighbors as well as those who called 911 to piece together details of what led to the shooting.

So far, no suspects have been identified.

Anyone with information is asked to call the Gresham Police Tip Line at 503.618.2719 or toll-free at 1.888.989.3505.

A fatal shooting brought a heavy police presence to the Patricia Anne flats in Gresham on January 1, 2022

Violent start to 2022

Shortly before 2 a.m. in Portland, two men were shot and another injured after a shooting in the Argay Terrace area, police said.

When police arrived at Northeast 131st Place, they found that three men had been shot. A man was already dead. The second died in hospital. The third man should recover.

This investigation remains open and active.

Another incident in the early hours of New Year’s Day left about 90 casings after a shooting in Centennial District, officials said.

Officers responded to a report of a shooting near the intersection of Southeast 174th Avenue and Division Street. No injuries were reported but at least one car was damaged by gunfire.

Targeted Response Team coming soon

“There is no argument that gun violence is currently a huge problem in the city of Porltand and I can say that the officers and detectives and all of us at PPB want this to end as much as anyone “said the sergeant. Kevin Allen told KOIN 6 News. “It’s a huge problem right now and we want to see it solved and we have a plan in place to do our part to try to solve it.”

This plan consists of deploying the targeted intervention team.

“We have the Targeted Response Team coming in,” Allen said. “These officers are preparing to transfer to this new team and they will undergo additional training. Then they will hit the streets here next month.

Allen is aware that FIT will not solve everything.

“We are basically talking about 12 officers and a few sergeants. They will not be able to solve this problem overnight,” he said. “But we know we are playing a part in the fight against gun violence and we think it’s a good start.”


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