Sunday, May 21, 2017

19-Year-Old Man Arrested for Numerous Charges After Sunday Morning Crime Spree


News Release from Portland Police Bureau
Posted on FlashAlert: May 21st, 2017 1:48 PM
On Sunday May 21, 2017, at 8:22 a.m., East Precinct officers responded to the 600 block of Southeast 148th Avenue on the report that a man not wearing a shirt was being chased by another man yelling that the shirtless man broke into his apartment.

As officers were continuing to respond to the scene they received updated information that the suspect was possibly bleeding and that the victim may have a knife.

The suspect ran to an approaching police car and got into the passenger seat. The officer got the suspect out of the police car and attempted to take him into custody but the suspect broke away and ran, then attempted to force entry into another residence but was repelled by the residents.

The suspect then tried to enter the passenger side of a passing car as officers arrived and took him into custody in the area of Southeast 148th Avenue and Mill Street. Medical personnel responded to the scene to treat the suspect for agitation and cuts he suffered in a struggle with the first victim.

Officers learned that the suspect attempted to enter an occupied apartment. The resident victim grabbed a utility knife to repel the suspect, who then ran away. The victim went outside to ensure the suspect left the area. The suspect confronted the victim, who used the utility knife to defend himself.

The suspect, 19-year-old Noel Stivensson, is being treated at a Portland hospital for non-life-threatening injuries and drug impairment. Pending his medical treatment, Stivensson will either be booked into jail upon his release or receive criminal citations from the investigating officers.

The victim who used the utility knife is not expected to face any charges.

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