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Shooting Suspect Caught While Walking in Front of Police Station

Tuesday, October 14, 2014

 

Alan J. Bates, the suspect in a Sept. 4 shooting of Devon Campbell-Williams, was spotted walking in front of the Gresham police station on Saturday night. Bates fled on foot but was captured a short while later by a police K9 unit, according to officer Ben Costigan.

Officer Jason Young was on patrol in the area of Northeast 181st Ave. and Glisan St. when he spotted Bates walking in front of the Gresham police Rockwood Office, police said.

On Sept. 4 Bastes allegedly shot Campbell-Williams in the neck in the middle of the day near the 800 block of Southeast 190th Ave. Bates fled the scene, and Gresham detectives later identified him and issued a warrant for his arrest, Costigan said.

Police said Bates is a documented member of the Columbia Villa Crip gang, but are unsure if the shooting was gang related. 

Bates was booked for attempted murder and a parole violation for a previous 2005 attempted murder charge. 

 

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