Portland rape case, dismissed eight year Portland
Two-man charged in November 2011 on the morning of a rape reported near Portland State University, only to see the charges dropped days later, have now been charged with the same assault following a new review of the evidence.
Leslie L. Thornton Jr., now 38 years old, is charged with two counts of first-degree rape, first-degree sodomy, and first-degree sexual abuse. He pleaded not guilty on Wednesday morning at Multnomah County Circuit Court.
Timothy Nathaniel Hogue, 29, was drawn into detention by the U.S. Thursday. Marshals Fugitive Task Force Reno, Nevada. He was wanted on a warrant that charged him with first-degree rape in the 2011 assault.
The indictment alleges that a woman was attacked and "unable to give consent." In 2011, court papers said that she was "physically helpless" at the time. She was 43 years old, and she didn't know her assailants, the police said.
Thornton was 30 when he was first arrested in the case and told the authorities he did not know the woman.
At 12:38 a.m. on 5 Nov. 2011, Central Precinct police reacted to Southwest 10th
Avenue and Market Street to assist public security officials at Portland State
University with a sexual assault inquiry.
BAY KIDS CLUB IS NAVIGATES THROUGH OUTBREAK
Oregon and Washington's dissolution of schools has required educators to be innovative in communicating with learners.
And like other services for education the problem wasn't any unique.
On Tues, Taylor Gilbert of Bay Socialites visited AM Plus to discuss how well the group is handling the outbreak.
PORTLAND IS RELAXING ITS STAY AT HOME EMERGENCY ORDER FOR UNESSENTIAL BUSINESS
On Mon, the day of a simulated emergencies-Council meeting, the Committee agreed that it would no longer implement aspect of the directive that prevented unessential companies from sending out goods or enabling pick-up on the roadside.
The initial town-wide directive created uncertainty of whether companies, including bookshops and yarn retailers, considered unessential, might deliver items via the mailbox or provide kurbside pick-up.
Portland-Councilman Tae Chong claims it's about seeking a practical way to redevelop.
"I don't really want to admit that any company is more important than others. As soon as we have a standardized way of keeping workers secure and people safe that is what I am searching for," retorted Chong.
The complete committee will debate the gauge at its Apr Twenty-seven meeting.
City administrators gave a notice that parks would be closed if the public did not comply with the social distance policy.
PORTLAND - It's been a fantastic weekend, and Portland Parks is still running, but the city officials are urging people to obey social distance policy.
Mark with Portland Parks and Entertainment indicated that if the public did not comply with the social distance rules that we have to close parks.
Shooting in Portland's is underway
On first of April, 2020, around 1:30 p.m, officers of east region responded to the area of southeast 199 road that gun fires were heard in the area.
Crime stoppers showed up on the scene and discovered the cartridge. And a vehicle that had been struck by gunfire. There have been no reports of any injuries due to this shooting.
Officials have been making sure of the wrong doing scene and the Firearm Savagery Decrease Group (GVRT) is also aiding in the investigation.
One of the roads is shut down from Southeast hundred and nineteen road to Southeast hundred and twelve Road.
The details of the scenes is not yet disclosed. Anybody with data about this shooting should approach the police department through helplines.
Portland city council asks state, federal officials for rent and home loan forgiveness
The Portland City Council is calling for increase in monetary help as lease holding.
City magistrates sent a letter to state and government authorities on Wednesday late evening, asking them to excuse all lease and home loan installments for individuals who lost salary in light of the infection. They said without installment absolution, a huge number of Portland who have homes presently could be in danger of getting destitute because of the emergency.
"We've never discussed a lease ban or pardoning contracts. I realize it may sound freakish to a few, yet I simply request that they think about the other options or offer other options. You can't crush blood from a stone," Commissioner Chloe Eudaly said.
Eudaly said up until now, in excess of 8,000 organizations have applied for Prosper Portland's private venture alleviation support and the city might have the option to help a small amount of them.