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Gresham man openly carrying has gun stolen at gunpoint

6:10 a.m. PDT October 8, 2014

GRESHAM, Ore. (AP) - Police in the east Portland suburb of Gresham say a 21-year-old man who had just bought a handgun and was openly carrying it as he walked along a street was robbed of the weapon by a second man who also had a gun.

Lt. Claudio Grandjean says William Coleman III was robbed early Saturday while walking with his cousin in the 17200 block of NE Glisan Street. Coleman had purchased the gun on Friday.

The victim told police he was approached by a young man who asked for a cigarette, then asked about Coleman's gun and finally pulled a gun from his own waistband and said, "I like your gun. Give it to me."

The officer says Coleman handed over his gun and the robber left on foot.

Grandjean says the robber's weapon was described as a "possibly semi-automatic black gun." The stolen gun was a semi-automatic .22-caliber black Walther brand.

The suspect was described as a light-skinned skinny black man with short wavy hair, age 19 to 23 and clean cut with a small hair patch on his chin He was about six-feet one inch and wearing grey sweatpants, a white t-shirt and flip-flops.

Anybody who may have information on this case is asked to call the Gresham Police Tips line at 503-618-2719http://www.kgw.com/story/news/crime/2014/10/07/gresham-open-carry-gunpoint-theft/16892175/


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that just sucks ! flip flops also ! ug !


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The robber did him a favor actually and schooled him at the same time. Now he can go get himself a real gun and a CC permit, since now he realizes that the element of surprise often works to your advantage as demonstrated by the robber!


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The robber did him a favor actually and schooled him at the same time. Now he can go get himself a real gun and a CC permit, since now he realizes that the element of surprise often works to your advantage as demonstrated by the robber!

Open carry is not a great idea tactically. CC is the way to go.

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