Antoine Young Obituary, Death -The victim of the shooting that occurred a week ago in Southeast Portland has been identified as Antoine Young, 33 years old. Young was injured in the shooting. According to a statement that was made public by the Portland Police Department on Monday, police took Young into custody at the Multnomah County Detention Center after he was discharged from the hospital on Sunday.
They charged him with having an outstanding warrant and with violating the terms of his parole.On November 7, at 8:52 in the morning, police and firefighters responded to calls reporting a man who had started a fire in a car. The incident occurred in the 2000 block of Southeast 83rd Avenue. The caller stated that the vehicle was already on fire when they called.
After some time had passed, reports were given to the authorities and the firefighters that the man was throwing objects and weaving in and out of traffic. East Precinct officers confronted the individual, got into “an altercation” with him, and then ended up shooting him after the two of them exchanged gunfire. He managed to flee the scene, but just before 11 in the morning, he turned himself in to the authorities.
The dispatchers communicated to the firefighters the information that the man was armed with a rifle at the time of the incident. It was reported that the man was armed; however, the police in Portland did not specify what kind of weapon he was carrying.
The police have not made public the identities of any of the officers who were present during the shooting incident.
Within twenty-four hours of a shooting, the bureau is required to identify officers who fired their weapons in accordance with the policy governing the use of deadly force by the bureau. This must be done “in the absence of a credible security threat.” Because it is possible that the investigation into the incident that is being carried out by a grand jury will take several months to reach a conclusion, the FBI has stated that it will withhold the identities of the officers involved until such time as the investigation has reached a conclusion.
The documents that were submitted to the court on September 28 indicate that Young was wanted for arrest in Washington County on a warrant charging him with theft in the third degree. Since 2006, he has been convicted of multiple felonies; the most recent of these convictions was in March 2021, when he pleaded guilty to burglary in the first degree and was sentenced accordingly.
Since 2006, he has been convicted of multiple felonies; the most recent of these convictions was in March 2021. A sentence of one year and eighteen months in prison was handed down against him, as stated in the documents that were filed by the court.