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Lincoln City Police responded to a report of shots fired early Saturday morning at the north Shell gas station and are asking the public for information about a 20-year-old male suspect.

The unknown man entered the gas station convenience store and attempted to purchase alcohol around 4:30 a.m., but was denied due to OLCC rules. Police say the man became angry and left the store, pulling out a handgun in the parking lot and firing two rounds toward NW 39th Street.

shooting Suspect The man is described as a white male adult in his mid-20s, 5′ 6″-5′ 10″, wearing a tan Carhart jacket, black baseball hat, black face mask, dark blue jeans and a “red or pink backpack.” The suspect also has a black cane under his arm in the photo.

Lincoln City Police are asking anyone with information to call police dispatch at 541-994-3636 or call 911 and reference LCP21000651.

No injuries were reported.

Justin Werner
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  1. Very good Kevin I agree very much there is to much going on in this city. They should put the three strike deal on drug users 1st strike huge fine 2ed strike fine with jail time 3rd strike prison with drug tests since drugs can be smuggled into them. May they all go back to Portland since looks like city gov. there supports them even city DA. they all shoot there guns there anyways.

  2. I wouldn’t call rehab a resort- as for the legalization of narcotics, forget it,
    it’s too late, and a 100 dollar fine is the option of choice, not sitting in
    meetings, or a facility.
    It’s Portland- and probably some other deluded twits that support dope.
    There is a new pot shop that just opened where the drafting office used to
    be, exactly how many pot shops does a town of 8 thousand people need?
    This is city council stuff, limiting the number of pot shops, but it comes down
    to the money- just like there’s no cap on VRD units.

  3. Go get him we don’t need that kind around here next time could be much worse there is too many of them here as is. Need to throw out that new drug law that got voted in some did not see the righting on the wall. Check out of all the rehabs only very few are recovery ether don’t care and slip right back into drugs good excuse to stay out of prison going to drug rehab resort.

  4. Maybe he purchased his gun legally, but he’s probably not carrying it
    legally. Even if they found shell casings, or even the fired bullets-
    there is no data base of information to use to track down that gun.
    Just like in the casino- people should be required to pull down their
    mask when entering a building so they can be identified.
    For the crime he’s wanted for now, he could have stolen the alcohol
    and indicated he had a weapon and probably face the same punishment if he’s ever caught. My guess is he needed some booze to take the edge off
    the meth.

  5. Ayyad, who calls himself a gangster, said his warrants were non-extraditable and saw drugs had been decriminalized in Oregon so he took the trip and ended up in Lincoln City.

  6. Maybe his clothing is identifiable, but this is when mask wearing is going
    to take us. What does his face look like?
    Clearly unbalanced, everyone knows 2:30 am is the cutoff for alcohol.


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