Portland Rehires Officer Frashour, Who's On Paid Leave While City Fights His Reinstatement

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In a short statement released late this afternoon, Mayor Sam Adams says that the city has reinstated fired police officer Ron Frashour—and now has him on paid administrative leave.The move comes following a ruling by the state Employment Relations Board ordering Portland to rehire Frashour—who was fired after he shot and killed unarmed 25-year-old Aaron Campbell in the back in 2010. The city must ...   More
 
Friday, October 19, 2012 ANDREA DAMEWOOD

Police Union Says Adams Has Vendetta Against Frashour

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Mayor Sam Adams' determination to to keep fired Portland Police Officer Ronald Frashour off the force is "to justify his tenure as police commissioner," Portland Police Association President Daryl Turner said Tuesday morning in a press conference."[Adams] has turned this into his personal vendetta," Turner said. He said the mayor is conducting a "politically motivated witch hunt" and "using taxpayer ...   More
 
Tuesday, September 25, 2012 ANDREA DAMEWOOD

Read The Portland Police Union President's Blistering Attack On Bureau Leaders

Aaron Campbell case at issue

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Portland Police Association President Daryl Turner has published a long, detailed and yet still raw-feeling screed directed at the leadership of the Portland Police Bureau, including Chief Mike Reese, Lt. Robert King and Mayor Sam Adams.Turner's beef? Adams' decision to ignore an arbitrator's ruling and fire Officer Ron Frashour, who two years ago shot an unarmed man, Aaron Campbell (pictured). The ...   More
 
Wednesday, June 6, 2012 by Corey Pein

Police Moves: Captain on Campbell Scene Promoted (UPDATED)


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One high-level personnel move inside the cop shop after the controversial shooting of Aaron Campbell has police talking because it involves one of the key officers at the scene. North Precinct Capt. Bob Day is being promoted to commander tomorrow. He'll take over the police bureau's Training Division, where he'll play a less active role in police work. He'll replace retiring Cmdr. John Tellis. The ...   More
 
Wednesday, February 17, 2010 JAMES PITKIN

BREAKING: Review Board Recommends Firing Officer in Aaron Campbell Shooting (Updated)


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Portland Police Officer Ronald Frashour has been ordered on leave after a review board recommended firing him for the Jan. 29 fatal shooting of Aaron Campbell, WW has learned from three sources in the police bureau. Frashour was put on leave late last week after the bureau's Use of Force Review Board recommended that Chief Mike Reese fire Frashour, but Reese has not yet made a final decision, ...   More
 
Tuesday, August 31, 2010 JAMES PITKIN

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