Portland, Oregon 2021-06-11 23:42:29 –
No arrests for four years after Brian Spalding was killed
KOIN, Oregon — George Spalding showed a photo of a happy time spent with his son Brian.
The 36-year-old loved playing in bands, brewing her own beer, hosting podcasts with friends, and working as a massage therapist and assistant at Selwood’s chiropractic office.
In fact, it was his colleague who first sounded the alarm when Brian didn’t come to work on June 12, 2017. They called Brian’s family.
“I got into the car and ran it. It’s about a 15-minute drive to the place where I rented a room on the 10th northeast,” said George. “I went home and found him shot dead. The worst day of my life.”
Four years later, the mystery of who killed Brian Spalding remains. No arrests have been made and no suspects have been identified.
His mother, Carolyn, said she continued to deal with his death “only one day at a time.”
Brian’s sisters Kate and George each have tattoos with the phrase “prove.” This is what Brian always threw in conversation. Carolyn has a “Proveit” bracelet.
Three years ago, the Spaldings offered a $ 20,000 bounty for information that could lead to the arrest and conviction of the person who killed Brian.Rewards are still available, and it’s on $ 2500 reward From Oregon crime stopper.
And when his death anniversary comes again, they continue to hope that someone will provide a clue to the mystery.
“One person knows exactly why Brian was killed. That’s the one who triggered it,” said George Spaulding. “And it makes sense to assume that there is at least one other person who knows or doubts they did it.”
The case remains open. To be eligible for rewards from the Spalding family, anyone with the information must contact PPB Detective Rico Beniga (503.823.0457) or by email — Rico.Beniga@portlandoregon.gov
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