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Sep-19-2012 11:32printcomments

Police Search for Shooting Suspect in Woodburn

Anyone with any information regarding the incident is asked to call Detective Aaron Devoe at 503-982-2345.

Shooting in Woodurn, Oregon
Video and photos by Jerry Freeman Salem-News.com

(WOODBURN, OR) - A man was shot in a Woodburn, Oregon front yard on the afternoon of 18 September, police say it was not self-inflicted. "We Don't know much at this time" says Cpl Shawn Hershberger of Woodburn Police.

It Happened around 4:30 pm in a front yard located at Hardcastle Av and Gatch St in Woodburn OR.

"The Marion County H.A.R.T. team is assisting in the investigation" says Heshberger.

He added, "Anyone with any information regarding the incident is asked to call Detective Aaron Devoe at 503-982-2345.

Salem-News credits the Woodburn Police for being forthcoming and for not using evasive tactics with the media. All we want to do is report.

Video by Jerry Freeman:

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Jerry Freeman is part of a new generation of dedicated news photographers who entered the Internet news industry as a second career. He shares in common with many people who fulfilled their life dream of becoming a visual journalist. Joining the Navy at an early age, and the Oregon Army Guard a few years later, Jerry has a wide range of life experiences. He describes himself as “a truck driver with a new found passion to bear witness to the world’s events.”

Teaming up with Salem-News.com he embarked on a new career as a video news photographer and reporter. Jerry's quick exhibition of natural talent and ability to shoot breaking news led to his becoming a published member of the Salem-News.com team.

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Christian Petersen September 19, 2012 1:23 pm (Pacific time)

I like to see the Woodburn Police learning that there can be a mutally benficial relationship between the press and police. Part of the job of the press is to raise awareness of crimes and get the word out to people who may have information. If you are really interested in solving crimes, you let the press do their job, which brings you more leads.

Tim King: I do not think that could be better stated.   Also, Christian is among the two most recent writers to join our team, along with Thomas Brinkley.  Thanks!

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