Victims Identified In Gresham Motel Shooting, Third Suspect Arrested

GRESHAM, Ore. — A third person has been arrested in a shooting that wounded four people at a Gresham motel.

One person was critically injured in the shooting at the Golden Knight Motel on East Powell early on the morning of March 18th.  Two others went through surgery.  A fourth was admitted to a trauma center.

The victims have been identified as 26-year-old Sarah Sabin and 28-year-old Kayla Black of Portland, and 30-year-old Cory Davis of Gresham.

Sarah Sabin, 26.
Kayla Black, 28.
Cory Davis, 30.





19-year-old Kevin Aguirre, who was injured in the gunfire, 24 year-old Caden Christman, and 30-year-old Alexander Lewis face charges of attempted murder, burglary, robbery and unlawful use of a weapon.  Aguirre and Lewis were arrested last week.  Christman was arrested this Wednesday.

Kevin Aguirre, 19.
Caden Christman, 24.
Alexander Lewis, 30.






The investigation has been quite complex.  Bullets were fired in a room and in the parking lot.  It remains unclear if the victims were guests at the hotel or acquaintances.

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