Police arrest third suspect in North Portland shooting
Marquise D'Angelo Murphy, 16, arrested in Keizer following car chase
The Portland Police Bureau Gang Enforcement Team has arrested the third suspect in the Dec. 12 shooting at Rosemary Anderson High School.
Marquise D'Angelo Murphy, 16, was arrested in Keizer late Tuesday, Dec. 16, as a result of a police case in Marion County.
Murphy was lodged at the Multnomah County Donald E. Long Juvenile Detention Home.
The first two suspects Marquel Dugas, 18, of Gresham, and Lonzo Murphy, 22 remain in custody on probation violation warrants.
Marquise Murphy, Lonzo Murphy's brother, also was arrested on a probation violation.
Detectives continue to investigate the shooting and expect to file formal charges relating to the shooting in the next few days, according to a press release issued by the Portland Police.
Detectives do not believe there are any additional suspects related to the shooting.
Taylor Michelle Zimmers, 16, remains in fair condition at a Portland hospital. The other victims, David Jackson-Liday, 20, and Labraye Franklin, 17, have both been discharged from the hospital.
Police have confirmed they believe the shooting to be gang-related, hence the assignment to the Gang Enforcement Team.Add a comment