(photo) Police respond to gunfire to find weapons cache

By Taxpayers Association of Oregon

Portland police responded to 911 calls involving a shooting.  They found shot-up cars and following up on a warrant discovered a load of weapons.

Portland Police report, “East Precinct officers were dispatched to a shots fired call in the 8100 Block of Southeast Knight Street. Witnesses who called 911 heard gunfire and believed an individual may have been struck. Officers arrived but did not find an injured victim. They did, however, locate evidence of a shooting and identified multiple unoccupied vehicles with bullet strikes… SWAT served simultaneous search warrants at two locations stemming from FIT’s exhaustive shooting investigation. 19-year-old Tavon Wilson and a 16-year-old juvenile were taken into custody. Subsequent search warrants allowed the teams to recover a Glock 19X 9mm, Glock 19 with fully automatic switch, Ruger .380, Walther PPQ 9mm, Glock 22 .40 caliber, .223 upper receiver, 12 fully auto Glock switches, Rifle body armor, high-capacity magazines and large quantities of ammunition.”

This is why Portland needs to fund their police.

There is a chance that these criminals if apprehended may not serve any time or a bare limited time for this type of activity.  This only increases gun violence.

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