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"When you point a fake gun at a police officer, that officer is going to respond appropriately." A man police said was wanted for Sunday's armed robbery of Jae's Market on Southeast Belmont at 48th Avenue was spotted by police sleeping in his car at Southeast Stark and 37th Avenue just west of Laurelhurst Park.The Oregonian writes: "Since his release he has been picked up for parole violations and was re-arrested in March 2005 on a charge of felon in possession of a firearm."Four officers fired their handguns, striking the suspect, putting him down." Simpson said guns like the one the man held look real to officers."They are sold to look like a real firearm," he explained.The vehicle description, as well as part of its license plate number, matched a report by a witness to the Sunday robbery.
"At some point when they were giving their commands, he gets out of the vehicle armed with a handgun," Simpson said.All names presented here were gathered at a past date.Some persons listed might no longer be registered offenders and others might have been added.Following county policy, his full criminal record was never checked.On March 13, 2003, apparently high on cocaine and methamphetamine, Noll lost control of his car, ran onto the sidewalk and crashed into and killed Lindsay Mae Tracey, 17, as she walked home from school.