Police Arrest Man and Confiscate Illegal Firearm
Case will be referred US Attorney for possible federal prosecution
The Skanner News
August 10, 2012
Police arrested Jordan at 7:45 p.m. Thursday Aug. 9, after stopping his car at North Kilpatrick Street and Dwight Avenue, based on information that he might be transporting a short-barrel shotgun.
Also arrested at the scene was 29-year-old Terrence Williams, who had an outstanding parole violation. The third occupant of the car, 25-year-old Erica Williams, was released.
Officer found a short-barrel shotgun that also has a .22 caliber long rifle barrel, in the trunk.
Police say Jordan and Terrence Williams are both documented gang members.
The case has been referred to the U.S. Attorney's Office for possible Federal prosecution, as part of Mayor Adams’ crackdown on illegal guns.
Ceasefire Oregon is holding a Gun Turn-In from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Aug. 18, at Memorial Coliseum. No questions asked. Anyone who turns in a working gun will receive a $75 Fred Meyer gift certificate. If you turn in a BB gun, a pellet gun or a non-working firearm you will receive a $5 Burgerville gift card.