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14-Year-Old Endangered Runaway Located - 05/20/24

RELEASE DATE:                May 20, 2024
CONTACT PERSON:          On Duty PIO
CASE NUMBER:                 24-20513
 

Gresham, Ore.— A 14-year-old runaway who was considered endangered because he was missing his anti-seizure medication has been located. Kaleb Bolin Moore was located by a family member at a nearby friend’s house yesterday. Kaleb was safe and unharmed. Investigating officers and the family are grateful for the public’s efforts in sharing the story of Kaleb’s status on social media.


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Attached Media Files: 24-20513-LOCATED.pdf
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Gresham Police Searching for 14-Year-Old Runaway - LOCATED (Photo) - 05/19/24

UPDATE DATE:                           May 19, 2024

Endangered Runaway, Kaleb Bolin-Moore, has been located and is home safe.

 

RELEASE DATE:                May 19, 2024
CONTACT PERSON:          On Duty PIO
CASE NUMBER:                 24-20513

 

Gresham, Ore.— Gresham Police is asking for the public’s assistance in locating a 14-year-old runaway who is considered endangered because he is missing his anti-seizure medication. Kaleb Bolin Moore, 14, left his home in the 2400 block of NE Division St., in Gresham, last night without permission. Kaleb may have gone to a friend’s house in the area. 

 

Kaleb is described by his family as 5-feet and 7-inches tall and weighs 170 pounds. He has black hair and brown eyes. Kaleb was last seen wearing a black hooded sweatshirt, grey sweatpants, and white shoes.

 

Anyone who knows of Kaleb’s whereabouts is asked to call 911.


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Attached Media Files: 24-20513.pdf , 24-20513-pic1.jpg
Police Investigating Alleged Misconduct by Teacher - 05/17/24

Gresham, Ore.— Police are investigating reports of inappropriate behavior towards students by a teacher at Centennial High School.  The allegations were reported to school staff earlier this week.  The Gresham Police Department is working with the Centennial School District and the case has been assigned to a detective for investigation.  The involved teacher has been placed on leave. 

 

Anyone with information about this case is asked to contact Detective Mark Hawley at mark.hawley@greshamoregon.gov or 503-618-3199.

 

To protect the integrity of the investigation, no additional information is being released at this time.  

Attached Media Files: Centennial.pdf
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Beloved Bronze Sculpture Stolen from Nadaka Nature Park (Photo) - 05/08/24

RELEASE DATE:               May 8, 2024
CONTACT PERSON:         On-duty PIO
CASE NUMBER:                 24-18945

 

Gresham, Ore.— Gresham Police is asking for the public’s assistance with locating a bronze sculpture stolen from Nadaka Park at 17615 NE Glisan St., sometime in the last two weeks. A member of Gresham Outdoor Public Art (G.O.P.A), David Bauman, noticed the two-foot-tall bronze otter was missing on May 3.

The bronze otter, along with a raven, was installed at Nadaka Park in Aug., 2017. The sculptures were created by local artist, Rip Caswell, and his son, Chad. The Raven is still sitting on top of a wooden pole, looking for his friend.

G.O.P.A raises funds to buy outdoor public art, that it then donates to city of Gresham outdoor spaces. Other bronze sculptures have been donated and placed in front of the Gresham Police Department and in Historic Downtown Gresham. 

G.O.P.A. board president, Judy Hahn, stated, “The sad part is the neighborhood really came together to name the otter, Slider, and the raven, Seeker. The community will be missing Slider and members of G.O.P.A would like to see him returned. We’re hoping someone just wanted to put it in their yard.”  Hahn has been in contact with local metal recyclers who she says are very careful not to take metal they suspect is stolen.

Anyone with information about the theft or current location of Slider, the bronze otter, is asked to call the Gresham Police Tip-Line at 503-618-2719.


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School Bus Windows Shot with Pellet Gun; No Students On-Board (Photo) - 04/24/24

RELEASE DATE:                April. 24, 2024
CONTACT PERSON:          On-duty PIO
CASE NUMBER:                 24-16805

Gresham, Ore.—Gresham Police identified the 15-year-old responsible for shooting the windows of seven school buses on the way to pick up students. Calls came in shortly after 2:30 p.m., reporting that someone had shot the windows out on multiple buses with a pellet gun. The buses were driving on SE Powell Valley Blvd. near Kane Dr when they were struck. There were no students aboard the buses at the time of the incident.

Officers responded and investigated the incident. In total, 7 buses were struck by projectiles damaging three windshields and four side-windows. A 15-year-old suspect was identified and contacted by officers. He admitted to shooting the school bus windows with a pellet gun. He was transported to the Donald E Long Home on suspicion of Criminal Mischief I.

Gresham Police reminds the community that our schools partner with SafeOregon, which gives kids, parents, schools, and our community a way to report safety threats or potential acts of violence confidentially or anonymously with a simple phone call, text, email or by using the web form or mobile app.


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