PORTLAND -- A suspect was arrested Friday for a late-night shooting in Southeast Portland that left one man dead and three others hurt.

Portland Police found Steven Ouk, 28, of Southeast Portland dead from a gunshot wound at the Good Call Sports Bar at 11010 S.E. Division in the early morning hours of October 23.

Detectives arrested 31-year-old Vorladeth Kevin Souvannachoumkham of Southeast Portland for murder. His relation to the victims was unclear, police said.

A relief, a big relief, said RonKhut, owner of Good Call.

Three other men, Andrew Jackson, 21, Sophan Vinnie Mey, 30, and Khomphakhanh Vongdara, 43, were hospitalized with gunshot wounds and were expected to survive.

All three were from Portland, police said. The shooting was likely gang-related, according to Detective Steve Ober.

Detectives on Friday said they had worked closely with the Laotian and Cambodian communities to develop information that led to the arrest.

It is heartwarming to see community members stepping forward in spite of the difficult times we have with these gang shootings, said Chief Mike Reese of the Portland Police Bureau.

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