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Vancouver man faces charges in August shooting death of man in Portland

By , Columbian staff reporter

A Vancouver man has been indicted on a murder charge in connection with the August shooting death of a man in northeast Portland.

Portland police identified the victim as 37-year-old Brandon S. Lockwood. The medical examiner determined he died of homicide by gunshot.

On Aug. 23, the Multnomah County District Attorney’s Office in Oregon presented the case to a grand jury. The grand jury returned an indictment against Tyler K. Cashdollar, 27, for second-degree murder with a firearm, unlawful use of a firearm and felon in possession of a firearm, according to a Portland police news release.

On Thursday, Vancouver police arrested Cashdollar on a warrant. He was booked into the Clark County Jail, pending extradition to Oregon. Detectives from Vancouver and Portland executed search warrants on Cashdollar’s property in connection with the investigation, Portland police said.

Portland police responded at 10:56 p.m. Aug. 11 to a shooting call near Northeast 33rd Drive and Elrod Road. Officers arrived to find Lockwood, who had suffered a gunshot wound. They provided medical aid, but Lockwood died at the scene.

Anyone with additional information is asked to contact Portland police Detective Jeff Sharp at jeff.sharp@police.portlandoregon.gov or 503-823-9773, or Portland police Detective JD McGuire at Jeff.Mcguire@police.portlandoregon.gov.

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