PORTLAND – Police arrested four men involved in the sexual abuse of two middle school girls, police said.
On May 19, a Centennial Middle School staff member reportedly saw a link to a pornographic video posted on a student's Facebook page and immediately alerted a school resource officer before contacting DHS and Facebook, school guidance counselor David Qualheim told KGW.
One of the girls is a 7th grader at Centennial Middle School who is now out of school for the summer, Qualheim said.
Deshawn Rogers, 22 (pictured top left), and Cendrell Washington, 20 (pictured bottom left), were subsequently arrested by the Portland Police Bureau’s Gang Enforcement Team in connection with the case, said Sgt. Pete Simpson with Portland police.
Two other men, Nicholas Clisby, 23 (pictured bottom right), and Terry Scott, 18 (pictured above right), were arrested Thursday after police recieved tips from the public. Clisby was booked in the Clark County Jail and is awaiting extradition to Oregon. Scott was booked in the Multnomah County Jail, police said.
Washington and Rogers were also booked in the Multnomah County Jail on several charges including first-degree sex abuse and sodomy.
Detectives believe there could be other victims in the case.
Anyone with additional information was urged to call police.