Tyler K. Cashdollar, 27, was arrested in Vancouver and charged with Murder in the Second Degree with a Firearm
A suspect is in custody facing a murder charge related to the Aug. 11 homicide of Brandon Lockwood in the Sunderland Neighborhood.
The Portland Police Bureau Homicide Unit investigation led to a suspect, Tyler K. Cashdollar, 27, of Vancouver. On Aug. 23, the Multnomah County District Attorney’s office presented the case to a Grand Jury, which returned an indictment for Cashdollar for Murder in the Second Degree with a Firearm, Unlawful Use of a Weapon with a Firearm, and Felon in Possession of a Firearm.
On Thursday (Sept. 21), Vancouver Police arrested Cashdollar on the arrest warrant. PPB Homicide detectives, assisted by Vancouver Police detectives, secured search warrants related to Cashdollar and his property. Cashdollar was interviewed and later lodged at the Clark County Jail pending his extradition to Multnomah County.
Brandon Lockwood’s family has been notified of the arrest.
Anyone with additional information related to the case and/or Tyler Cashdollar, should reach out to Portland Police Bureau Detective Jeff Sharp at firstname.lastname@example.org or (503) 823-9773, or Detective JD McGuire at Jeff.Mcguire@police.portlandoregon.gov.
On Fri., Aug. 11 at 10:56 p.m., officers from the North Precinct responded to a shooting call in the area of Northeast 33rd Drive and Northeast Elrod Road. When officers arrived, they found a man who appeared to have a gunshot wound. Officers provided critical care to the victim until paramedics arrived, but the man died at the scene. The victim was later identified as Lockwood.
Information provided by Portland Police Bureau.
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