Mexican Latino Sureno Norteno gang members have ruined Canby Oregon

 Canby really does have a mexican  gang problem.
wher eever mexicans go they spoil their nests.
My nephew has lived in Canby for the last 20+ years.
He has seen it grow from a very quiet rural community to a suburb of portland with a huge increase in population
There is gang problem there, and although it may not be on the scale of a SoCal city, it is there.
Through the years it has steadily grown, and it is a problem
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July 4, 2007 10:35 PM

Citizen reports gang members fighting

Canby Police arrest 14 after two separate gang fights during the General Canby Days Fireworks Show. The first incident started at 10:35pm after a citizen reported that over 20 gang members were fighting at the corner of Township Rd and S Redwood Street in Canby.

The first Officers to arrive found a large number of Sureno gang members standing in the middle of the street. One gang member armed with a knife ran from arriving officers. This resulted in a foot pursuit and the suspect was not located.

The remaining gang members disregarded the officer’s orders to leave the area and became very verbal and belligerent with the responding officers.

Due to the large amount of gang members, the arriving officers called for cover officers to respond. Officers took 7 male juvenile Sureno gang members into custody, ages ranging from 15 years old to 17 years old. They were charged with Disorderly Conduct and Interfering with a Police Officer. Two male adult Sureno gang members were arrested and charged with Disorderly Conduct and Interfering with a Police Officer.

The two adult gang members are:


JOSE ENRIQUE PEREZ DOB: 12-15-87
HECTOR MONTOYA-GUTIERREZ DOB: 9-5-88


MARIO CAMARENA-ZAMORA DOB: 1-30-82
Charges: RESISTING ARREST AND DISORDERLY CONDUCT


OMAR CAMARENA DOB: 2-17-83
Charges: RESISTING ARREST AND DISORDERLY CONDUCT

The 5th suspect is an associate of the Norteno gang:


MAYOLO ORTEGA-RAMIREZ DOB: 1-5-74
Charges: RESISTING ARREST, DISORDERLY CONDUCT, AND INTERFERING WITH A POLICE OFFICER

These suspects were lodged at the Clackamas County Jail.

No officers or citizens were injured during this very dangerous situation. There were hundreds of families attending the General Canby Days Fireworks Show while these incidents were occurring. Officers reported that there were many frightened parents and children that witnessed the actions of the gang members.

If you live in town, it is evident. If you live on the outskirts, not so much.
And if you got kids in high school, it’s really obvious.
If you don’t believe me, go hang out on the main drag some weekend in the early morning hours.Here’s some real life, fact based, undisputable, documented examples:
http://blog.oregonlive.com/breakingn…to_pair_o.html
http://blog.oregonlive.com/breakingn…lated_fig.html
http://www.ci.canby.or.us/CityGovern…ltr5-30-06.pdf
http://www.canbypolice.com/press_2006_page.asp
http://www.canbypolice.com/press_pages/070704_1035.html
http://stoptheinvasionoforegon.wordp…-mexican-slum/
http://www.salem-news.com/articles/n…ang_110806.php

There is no denying it.
Google it. Read the newspapers. Do some research.
Now tell me there is not a gang problem in Canby.
I’ve showed you that there is a gang problem, now show me evidence otherwise.

 

Read more: http://www.city-data.com/forum/portland/167817-can-anyone-tell-me-about-canby-2.html#ixzz0WKG0TGGa

They were both lodged at Clackamas County Jail.

At 10:50pm Canby Officers in the same area received a report of another gang fight. Arriving Officers found members of the Norteno gang standing in the middle of Township Road. When the Officers told the gang members to move from the street they began to challenge the officers.

The Officers immediately called for cover officers. The arriving cover officers were confronted by multiple Norteno gang members fighting with the officers that were requesting cover.

As the officers were attempting to take the gang members into custody, other gang members were grabbing the officers. Additional Officers from the Canby Police Department, Molalla Police Department, and the Clackamas County Sheriff’s Department arrived to assist.

Officers learned that the Norteno gang members were attempting to get into a Sureno gang members house located near the intersection of Township and S Redwood Street and may have been armed with a bat.

Canby Police arrested 5 suspects. 4 of the suspects are members of the Norteno gang, they are listed as:


JONATHAN SAUCEDO-JIMENEZ DOB: 5-26-86
Charges: RESISTING ARREST AND DISORDERLY CONDUCT


JOBANI JIMENEZ-SAUCEDO DOB: 8-5-87
Charges: RESISTING ARREST AND DISORDERLY CONDUCT

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November 8th, 2006

FIVE ARRESTED IN CANBY GANG FIGHT

On 11-7-06 at 3:40pm, Canby Officers responded to the report of a gang fight in the area of SE 2nd ave and S Juniper Street in Canby. Upon arrival, Officers were confronted by five gang members, four Surenos and one Norteno.

Three of the Surenos broke glass bottles in front of one of the Officers and were holding the broken glass in their hands. The officer ordered them to drop the glass and at first they refused to comply and them they decided to drop the glass.

The fight started when four Surenos confronted the one Norteno and wanted to fight. The Norteno, who was identified as Jonathan Saucedo-Jimenez, ran home and retrieved a baseball bat and returned to fight the other four.

No one was injured during the fight and all five subjects were arrested and lodged at Clackamas County Jail.

The four Surenos were identified as:

HECTOR G. MONTOYA-GUTIERREZ DOB: 9-5-88
Charges:
Disorderly Conduct
Offensive Littering
Interfering with a Police Officer

VICTOR A. MORALES DOB: 9-4-87
Charges:
Disorderly Conduct

SAUL MORALES DOB: 3-9-88
Charges:
Disorderly Conduct
Offensive Littering
Interfering with a Police Officer

JAVIER CRUZ-MENDOZA DOB: 3-24-88
Charges:
Disorderly Conduct
Offensive Littering
Interfering with a Police Officer

The Norteno was identified as:

JONATHAN SAUCEDO-JIMENEZ DOB: 5-26-88
Charges:
Disorderly Conduct

Jonathan Saucedo-Jimenez was also the victim of last weeks drive by shooting that occurred at his apartment on S Knott Street in Canby.

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October 30th, 2006

DRIVE BY GANG SHOOTING IN CANBY

Canby Police were called at 1:49am to 282 S Knott Street in Canby on the report of a drive by shooting. Residents reported hearing two gunshots and a vehicle driving away. Officers recovered three rounds from the apartment. Two rounds were located inside the apartment lodged in a couch and a third round was located lodged in a step near the front door. There was no one injured in the shooting. The residents reported that the couch is where a subject usually sleeps at night, but he was not sleeping there tonight.

The apartment, which has ties to the Norteno Gang, was believed to have been targeted as retaliation for a beating involving a rival gang member a few days before.

The investigation is continuing, and anyone with information is encouraged to call the Canby Police at 503 266-1104.

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October 17th, 2006

CANBY POLICE ARREST NORTENO GANG ASSOCIATE ON WEAPONS CHARGE

On Friday October 13, 2006 at 2:56pm, JAVIER GOMEZ-GUTIERREZ DOB: 9-30-83, was arrested for Possession of a Concealed Weapon, Carrying a Concealed Weapon, and Possession of a Forged Instrument (Forged Social Security Card).

GOMEZ-GUTIERREZ was contacted at the intersection of SE 2nd ave and S Locust Street in Canby by Officer’s Nate DiCenzo and Chris Scharmota. During the contact Officer DiCenzo located a Ruger 10/22 Rifle in the left pant leg of GOMEZ-GUTIERREZ’S pants. The normal rifle stock had been removed and replaced with a pistol grip. The rifle was loaded with one round in the chamber and two rounds in the magazine. GOMEZ-GUTIERREZ is an associate of the Norteno Gang.

A Switchblade knife and a forged Social Security Card were also located on GOMEZ-GUTIERREZ. He was lodged at Clackamas County Jail and the case is being referred to the Clackamas County District Attorney’s Office.

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0 Responses to Mexican Latino Sureno Norteno gang members have ruined Canby Oregon

  1. maria says:

    mariaZamora@yahoo.com

    FUCK YOU !!! YOU THINK MEXICANS ARE THE PROBLEM BUT CHECK YOUR TWEAKER ASS RACE BEFORE YOU JUDGE ANYONE ELSE YOU RACIST ASS MOTHERFUCKERS YOU CAN’T STOP US YOUR A DUMB BITCH IF YOU THINK EVERYONE IS ILLEGAL HAHA THAT SHIT JUST MAKES ME LAUGH AND YES I GUESS CANBY DOES HAVE A GANG PROBLEM HAHAHAHAHAHA

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