Shane Miguel Grundmeyer (2/16/2008) - Washington County homicides 2000-2012 (sitios de interés)

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Shane Miguel Grundmeyer, 39. Fatally shot by two deputies outside his Cooper Mountain house shortly after 5:30 p.m. Deputies were waiting for Grundmeyer on Southwest 175th Avenue, near a gravel road leading to his house, when he came by "at a pretty high rate of speed." About 15 minutes earlier, a Beaverton police officer tried to stop Grundmeyer's car because the man had an outstanding felony warrant on various identity theft and methamphetamine charges. Grundmeyer stopped long enough to drop off his daughter and her friend, both 14, then took off in his car. The Beaverton officer stayed with the girls and radioed dispatchers. The deputies who went to wait near Grundmeyer's house knew about the outstanding warrant and that an informant had told Beaverton police that Grundmeyer "was armed and was not going to go peacefully," the SO said. When Grundmeyer didn't stop for deputies on Southwest 175th Avenue, they followed him to Shadypeak Lane and boxed him in with two patrol cars. Grundmeyer rammed both patrol cars more than once, the SO said. Sitting in one of the patrol cars was a 17-year-old girl on a ride-along for a school project. At some point, the deputies got out of the cars with their guns drawn and ordered Grundmeyer to stop. When he didn't, they opened fire. The shooting was ruled justifiable by the Washington County District Attorney's Office.

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