Two Arrests in Waterfront Shooting

Photo Courtesy: KGW News

PORTLAND, Ore. — Two people have been arrested for a shooting Tuesday night along the seawall north of the Morrison Bridge that wounded a man during some sort of dispute.

19-year-old Robert Beckles was shot around 5:30.  He’s recovering from a gunshot wound at a Portland hospital.

The shooting happened near where the Cinco de Mayo Festival at Waterfront Park was taking place, but police say it was not related.

20-year-old Bruce Holdman was arrested on a Max train at the Rose Quarter Transit Center hours later.  He’s charged with attempted murder, assault and unlawful use of a weapon.

Holdman’s mug shot

17-year-old Zachery Sanders was detained at Skidmore Fountain right after the shooting and was arrested on the same charges when police determined he was also involved.

Pat Boyle contributed to this story



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