Alberto Flores-Haro. Deport A Mexican Latino shot by Police Portland Sanctuary CIty for illegal Mexicans

Alberto Flores-Haro.  Deport A Negro Mexican Latino Gang Member busted- shot by Police Correction: Did you forget to check Immigration Status of the mexicans ?

 On Tuesday Night’s Officer-Involved Shooting and Arrest of Suspects in Gang Shooting
Portland Police Bureau– 03/14/12

His family is obviously mexican, or else they wouldn’t expect the public to buy this crap that he is a victim and not just another gangster scum bag . what I ask is that his family pay back Oregonians for every last dime this mexican  has cost us

A Statement from the Family of Adalberto Flores-Haro

Legacy Health– 03/15/12

We the family of Adalberto Flores-Haro ask the public not to rush to judgment regarding the tragic circumstances surrounding his shooting. The stories we are hearing do not match what we have experienced. We are not discussing specifics with the media at this point. Instead we are focusing our energy on helping our husband and brother heal from his wounds. Thank you for honoring our privacy at this critical time.

Adalberto Flores-Haro is in critical condition at Legacy Emanuel Medical Center.

Correction: The man who has been identified as 31-year-old Alberto Flores-Haro. Presumed Illegal Alien from Mexico or Anchor baby with illegal alien mexican parents

Update: UPDATED INFORMATION ON TUESDAY NIGHT’S OFFICER-INVOLVED SHOOTING AND ARREST OF SUSPECTS IN GANG SHOOTING n

Wow dont Mexicans cost us a lot in government services ?

Portland Police Bureau Detectives and the Multnomah County District Attorneys Office are conducting the investigation into the March 13, 2012, shooting involving the Washington County Sheriff’s Office Tactical Team (TNT). TNT was assisting Portland Police Gang Enforcement Team Detectives by serving a high-risk search warrant related to a robbery and shooting that occurred on Sunday March 11, 2012. Portland’s Special Emergency Reaction Team (SERT) is out of town training and TNT is the primary back-up agency for SERT.

“The City takes incidents such as this very seriously. As with any officer-involved shooting, there will be a thorough investigation and we will make sure every element is examined,” said Mayor Sam Adams.

The shooting, which occurred at approximately 10 p.m. in the 9500 block of Woolsey Avenue, was not related to the search warrant. TNT members were approaching the search warrant location when they were confronted by a male subject armed with a handgun near his front door. Three members of the Tactical Negotiations Team, which is a multi-agency team, were involved directly in the shooting: one officer from the Hillsboro Police Department and two officers from the Washington County Sheriff’s Office. The man who has been identified as 31-year-old Aberto Flores-Haro was wounded and transferred to an area hospital, where he is in serious condition.

Preliminary information released at the scene was that an exchange of gunfire occurred. However, Detectives have been searching for shell casings at the scene, which is lined by a heavily wood area. A handgun was recovered at the scene, but detectives have not determined if the man shot at police. The investigation has revealed that prior to the shooting, the officers repeatedly identified themselves as law enforcement officers.

Detectives will continue processing and canvassing the scene and are conducting interviews, including witness officers. The wounded man and the officers involved have not been interviewed; therefore, no additional information can be released at this time.

Following the shooting, members of TNT secured the location and then continued to the original location to serve the search warrant in connection with Sunday’s shooting. This shooting occurred at approximately 11:17 p.m., outside a residence in the 9600 block of North Woolsey Avenue. The victim, 20-year-old Jose Monroy, was shot during an apparent robbery.

Gang Enforcement Team detectives immediately began investigating Sunday’s shooting and developed information resulting in arrest warrants for the two suspects: 20-year-old Anthony Bagsby and 16-year-old Cocoa Taplin. The detectives obtained a search warrant for a residence in the 9500 block of North Woolsey Avenue.

Taplin was taken into custody by officers in the neighborhood near the residence. Bagsby was located by TNT at the residence and taken into custody. A subsequent search of the residence located a handgun investigators believe was used during Sunday’s robbery and shooting.

Bagsby was booked into the Multnomah County Jail for Attempted Murder, Assault in the First Degree and Robbery in the First Degree.

Taplin was booked into the Donald E. Long Juvenile Detention Home for Attempted Murder, Assault in the First Degree and Robbery in the First Degree.

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###Original Message###

On Tuesday March 13, 2012, at approximately 10:00 p.m., an officer-involved shooting occurred in the 9500 block of North Woolsey Avenue. Members of the Washington County Sheriff’s Office Tactical Negotiation Team (TNT) were assisting Portland Police Bureau Gang Enforcement Team Detectives by serving a search warrant related to a robbery and shooting that occurred on Sunday March 11, 2012.

Sunday’s shooting occurred at approximately 11:17 p.m., outside a residence in the 9600 block of North Woolsey Avenue. The victim, 20-year-old Jose Monroy, was shot by a black male during an apparent robbery. The shooting was not initially believed to be gang-related but additional information uncovered by investigators led them to believe that the suspects might be gang associates.

Gang Enforcement Team detectives began immediately investigating the shooting and they developed information resulting in arrest warrants for the two suspects: 20-year-old Anthony Bagsby and 16-year-old Cocoa Taplin. Additionally, the detectives obtained a search warrant for a residence in the 9500 block of North Woolsey Avenue.

Taplin was taken into custody by officers in the neighborhood near the residence. Bagsby remained inside the residence. Due to the high risk nature of the search warrant, the tactical team was requested to serve the warrant. Due to the Portland Police Bureau’s Special Emergency Reaction Team (SERT) being unavailable due to training, the Washington County Sheriff’s Office TNT responded to assist in the search warrant service.

As TNT members were on foot approaching the search warrant location, they were confronted by a 31-year-old male suspect armed with a handgun and an exchange of gunfire occurred, resulting in the man suffering a gunshot wound. The suspect emerged from an unrelated address to the search warrant location and at this time it does not appear that he has any connection to the search warrant location.

The suspect was transported to an area hospital where he was last reported to be in serious condition.

TNT members were able to secure the location of the shooting, and then continue to the original location to serve the search warrant. Bagsby was located at the residence and taken into custody. A subsequent search of the residence located a handgun investigators believe was used during Sunday’s robbery and shooting.

20-year-old Anthony Bagsby was booked into the Multnomah County Jail for Attempted Murder, Assault in the First Degree and Robbery in the First Degree.

16-year-old Cocoa Taplin was booked into the Donald E. Long Juvenile Detention Home for Attempted Murder, Assault in the First Degree and Robbery in the First Degree.

Detectives from the Portland Police Bureau’s Homicide Detail are investigating the circumstances of the officer-involved shooting.

No additional details on the officer-involved shooting can be released at this time.

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Attached Media Files: 2012-03/3056/52510/Anthony_Bagsby_20.jpg

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