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Detectives Attempting to Locate Shooting Suspect Dennis J. Knight

Investigators are seeking information on Knight's current whereabouts.

33-year old Dennis James Knight of Grand Ronde is believed to frequent both Salem and Grand Ronde.
33-year old Dennis James Knight of Grand Ronde is believed to frequent both Salem and Grand Ronde.

(SALEM) - Marion County Sheriff's Detectives are seeking the public's assistance in locating a man who has been identified as one of two suspects involved in a home invasion shooting that occurred in Salem on January 28th.

The suspect, 33-year old Dennis James Knight of Grand Ronde is believed to frequent both Salem and Grand Ronde. Knight is 6-4 tall, weighs 240 pounds and has brown hair.

Knight has numerous tattoos (see photos) on his arms and hands; the most noticeable being bear claws on the web of each hand (see photo).

Investigation has developed Knight as one of two suspects who entered a pool house to the rear of a residence on Jade Street and tried to rob the occupant.

During this robbery attempt, the occupant was shot.

Investigators are seeking information on Knight's current whereabouts, vehicles he may drive, and people with whom he is associated. Any information on the second suspect in this shooting is welcomed.

If you have information, you can contact MCSO Detective Mike Myers at 503.540.8096 or email: mmyers@co.marion.or.us.

Any information will be appreciated; you may remain anonymous.

Source: Marion County Sheriff's Office




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