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Suspect Allegedly Attacks Women with Saw Caught on Camera

Suspect Allegedly Attacks Women with Saw Caught on Camera

Suspect allegedly hits womaen with saw

Suspect Allegedly Attacks Women with Saw Caught on Camera

Warning the video graphic and depicts violence and is not suitable for children.

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PORTLAND, Oregon – A man was caught on camera attacking people with a handsaw inside a laundromat in Portland, Oregon.

Surveillance video shows the man walk into the laundromat and attack two people on July 17. Police said he also broke the windshields of several vehicles and threatened additional people with the saw.

Officers found the suspect in a nearby area and ordered him drop the handsaw, but he refused and continued walking.

The suspect said he was going to make the officers shoot him, according to investigators. He then walked into the middle of traffic and continued to yell at the officers that they would need to hurt him to stop him.

At one point, police said the suspect advanced toward them with the handsaw.

The officers used less-lethal munition against the suspect, and he threw down the handsaw.

Police said they continued talking to him to deescalate the situation, however, “several bystanders interrupted their conversation with him by screaming and taunting the officers, only increasing his level of agitation again,” according to the Portland Police Bureau.

Eventually, police said, “calm conversation and active listening” led to the suspect being safely taken into custody.

The suspect, identified as 58-year-old Shane Vordelmicha Green, was arrested on charges including second-degree assault, unlawful use of a weapon, attempted assault, strangulation, menacing, harassment, disorderly conduct, reckless endangering and disorderly conduct.

The case remains under investigation and anyone who was victimized during this situation is asked to contact detectives at 503-823-0400.

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