Portland, Oregon 2021-10-25 21:14:31 –
Grand jury considered the case from September 27
Portland, Oregon (KOIN) -According to Clackamas County District Attorney John D. Wentworth, the grand jury is full of deadly shootings by Nathan Thomas Honeycut during a traffic outage in Happy Valley. I found that I justified it with a consensus.
Around 2 am on September 27, Honeycut was driving a Ford Ranger pickup truck around the SE145th and King without a license plate, officials said. He didn’t stop at the lights and sirens from lawmakers and drove on a road without an exit.
Authorities installed spike strips and deflated the three tires of the pickup when Honeycutt returned from the dead end. But he continued.
Congressman stopped picking up at SE145th and Ridgecrest and tried to detain him. He “resisted,” officials said, and pulled out the revolver. It was then that the lunch box fired.
Despite urgent efforts, Honeycutt died on the scene. The resident of Hillsboro was 26 years old.
According to officials, the White Ford Ranger was later determined to have been stolen.
The three lawmakers involved in the case (Jansen Bento, Sam Tharpe, and Matt Roach) were on leave during the investigation, which is the standard protocol in these situations. One of them was slightly injured, officials said.
The investigation was led by the Clackamas County Serious Crime Team and the Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office.
The grand jury has finished the review.
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