PORTLAND, Ore. — Three people were injured in a shooting around 1:20 p.m. Saturday in downtown Portland's Pearl District.
According to the Portland Police Bureau, the shooting was part of a fight inside a busy restaurant near Northwest 10th Avenue and Northwest Davis Street between people who knew each other.
Preliminary investigation has determined that a verbal argument led to a physical fight among the group. Shots were fired. The group then moved outside the restaurant where more shots were fired.
Three people, a woman and two teenage boys, were injured, police learned. All three were transported to a hospital in private vehicles. They are expected to survive.
Investigators have confirmed all three people injured were a part of the initial confrontation.
A man was detained and a gun was seized as evidence. No charges have been filed as of Saturday night.
There was a large number of people in the area during the shooting, but no one else was hit by gunfire.
Anyone with information is asked to contact PPB at firstname.lastname@example.org. Reference case 21-246384.