The Game’s Portland Concert Ends in Gunfire

Police said several known gang associates were at the theater.

By Radio.com Staff

The Game’s concert at the Roseland Theater in Portland ended in Gunfire last night (Oct 6) at approximately 10:30 p.m. PT.

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Multiple officers arrived and entered the club to determine if there was an active threat and to locate victims, says Portland Police in a statement. No gunshot victims were located and police worked with theater security to clear the venue safely. Officers and gang outreach personnel observed several known gang associates in attendance.

Initial reports are that someone fired a gun inside the theater and there may be a victim that left the scene prior to police arrival. At the point of the police report, no gunshot victims had been located or had arrived at any area hospital.

The Tactical Operations Division’s Gang Enforcement Team and Gun Task Force are continuing to investigate several incidents of gun violence citywide.

 

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