Beaverton car prowl suspect charged with attempted murder


Treyvon Harrison, 18, is facing charges stemming from a June 19th shooting in Southeast Portland

PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — Officers arrested an 18-year-old car prowl suspect on a slew of unrelated charges, including attempted aggravated murder.

Treyvon Harrison of Vancouver turned himself into the Beaverton Police Department on Tuesday. He was cited in Beaverton Municipal Court on 3 counts of unlawful entry into a motor vehicle. Harrison is accused of breaking into the cars on Oct. 1 at the Sorrento Bluff Apartments.

While he was at the Beaverton Police Station, Portland police officers came and arrested Harrison on charges stemming from a June 19 shooting.

Treyvon Harrison made his first court appearance on October 9, 2019. (KOIN)

Two occupied apartments and two unoccupied vehicles were hit by gunfire near the 8100 block of Southeast Woodward Street, according to the PPB. No one was hurt.

Harrison was booked into the Multnomah County Detention Center on charges of attempted aggravated murder, attempted murder, unlawful use of a weapon, unlawful use of a vehicle and elude.

Detectives are still investigating the shooting. If you know anything about it, please call Detective Jeff Pontius at 503.823.2081.

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