OREGON CITY, Ore. (KOIN) -- An Oregon City man has been arrested after the death of a man described by police as his domestic partner.
Tony Lopez Lozano, 34, was arrested at 6:45 p.m. Monday. He was booked into the Clackamas County jail on a charge of murder.
The arrest follows a "suspicious overnight death" inside a home in the 1000 block of Hazelwood Drive early Sunday morning. Brian Romo, 42, was dead when police arrived.
The Oregon City Police Department and the Clackamas County Major Crimes team worked together to investigate the case. Oregon City Sgt. Greg Johnston reported Sunday they were waiting on results of an autopsy.
On Monday, the autopsy report showed Romo was stabbed in the chest, according to the Associated Press. Dr. Karen Gunson, state medical examiner, was reported as saying the wound was consistent with one made by a knife.
Authorities have not yet released information on a suspected motive.
Lozano is expected in court Tuesday.
A Marion County sheriff's deputy injured during a shootout with a stolen-car suspect this past Friday is out of the hospital.
The 88-year-old Longview woman was found by staff early Friday outside her Washington retirement home. The coroner's office released its report Monday.
Kelsey McCune made his first court appearance Monday afternoon on charges he kidnapped and raped an Oregon City teenager, the daughter of one of his friends.
From Newberg to Gresham to Camas to Southwest Portland, everything from schools to roads were shut down Monday due to cold weather ailments.